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What Is a Panic Button and Who Can Use It

According to the Dictionary of Cambridge, a panic button is “a device, usually a button that is used to call for help by someone in a dangerous situation”. But for many people worldwide, the Red Panic Button is more than an app or a button – it is a way of life and a personal safety measure they can rely on every day.

We were asked many times who can use the panic button and we answered in the same manner each time: everybody can, including children if they receive the proper instructions, the elders, and people with disabilities or medical conditions and so on. Everybody who cares for his / her own safety and the security of their loved ones. Read More

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5 Care Tips for Overprotective Parents

Maybe “overprotective” is a strong word here – after all, a lot of bad things happen in the world recently and children are extremely vulnerable to almost any danger that crosses their path.

While modern parents do tend to exaggerate sometimes with safety precautions, it is true you cannot be too safe, especially when the kids are young and exposed.

Luckily for everyone, technology helps us a lot in keeping an eye on them – even from a distance – and make sure nothing happens to them when you are not together. Read More

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12 Tips For A Safe And Fun Road Trip

If you are planning that fun road trip with your friends and family you have been talking about for a while, some driving safety tips should be in order. No matter how long the trip is, you need to stay safe, save some money and avoid heavy traffic or potential road trip problems. Read More

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Michelle’s Life Wouldn’t be the Same without Pebble and the Red Panic Button App

Some of us are fortunate enough to be completely independent and in full control of our lives. There are, however, the less fortunate, who need care and supervision just as much as they need to have their own freedom.

Michelle is a young girl with a mild form of learning disability, an infliction impairing her everyday life, but a teenager strong enough to face everyday challenges if provided with the correct type of support. Read More

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4 Safety Apps to Improve Your Lifestyle

Apps are more than just entertainment, information or life made faster and easier. There are plenty of apps out there which can contribute to your friends’ and family safety – either they drive, go for a run, come home at night after a party or are suffering from various health conditions. Let’s see today four important apps you can tell your friends about and use together in a network to improve your lifestyle. Read More

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3 Altruistic New Year Resolutions for Self-improvement

Here we are at the beginning of a new year, eager to live better lives, be successful, see our dreams come true, witness the life / career improvements we wish upon ourselves and our loved ones.  But 2017 is said to be the year of more altruistic resolutions that go beyond the realm of our individual and personal life and well being. Let’s face it, the world isn’t a magical place where nothing wrong happens. Read More

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Best Destinations for Solo Travelers

In this day and age traveling alone sounds frightening for men and women alike. With violence and attacks on the rise in many parts of the world, solo travelers are exposed to plenty of perils. However, expert solo travelers found there are plenty of destinations which are safe and great for those embracing the wonders of traveling all by themselves. Read More

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Staying safe online

Cyberspace is not the friendliest of environments one can spend time in.

Online privacy and online security become more and more concerning not only for corporations, but for private individuals as well – maybe even more for the latter, as all sorts of predators and bullies act out in the open.

When we are offline we have a clear idea of how and who to ask for help, and the Red Panic Button is a great improvement toward this purpose. Read More

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Safety tips for winter holidays decorations

We all love to decorate our houses for the holidays, no matter what we celebrate this time of year.

It is a fun and joyful moment to share with our closed ones, but this doesn’t mean we have to overlook safety. According to statistics, each year there are around 900 home fires caused to holiday decorations and Christmas trees. Read More

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4 Accessories to Make Your Biking Routine Safer

A biking routine is probably one of the most rewarding physical activities one can engage in: it is extremely healthy for your body and mind, ecologically friendly and has the power to bring people together, making you new friends and opening a world of opportunities for you to discover. Biking sustains jobs, hobbies and training – but, to say the truth, it is not only the safest activity of them all. Traffic aside, there are some things that can happen to you while biking, from flat tires to getting lost in a neighborhood you are not familiar with. Read More