Fireworks Safety Month on June, 2022: May and June are months of what awareness or cause?
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i saw the question and started to wonder and then started to look it up and was shocked to see the list im going to paste may/ june then provide the link i used.
Better Hearing And Speech Month
Better Sleep Month
Correct Posture Month
Creative Beginnings Month
Family Support Month
Get Caught Reading Month
Good Car-Keeping Month
Helping American Youth Month
Hepatitis Awareness Month
High Blood Pressure Awareness Month
Mental Health Month
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
Older Americans Month
Osteoporosis Prevention Month
Personal History Awareness Month
Physical Fitness And Sports Month
Revise Your Work Schedule Month
Senior Citizens Month
Senior Travel Month
Sight Saving Month
Stroke Awareness Month
Teaching And Joy Month
Tuberous Sclerosis Awareness Month
Aphasia Awareness Month
Children’s Awareness Month
Entrepreneurs “Do It Yourself” Marketing Month
Fireworks Safety Month
Gay And Lesbian Pride Month
International Men’s Month
Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month
People Skills Month
Rebuild Your Life Month
Scleroderma Awareness Month
Student Safety Month
Vision Research Month
Are there any risks involving a pregnant women going to watch fireworks?
NO - as long as you practice normal, customary fireworks safety rules!
1-don't go near where the fireworks are being set off (usually out of limits anyways)
2- don't be in an area where there may be fallout (again, if it's a public fireworks display - they're usually over the lake or off-limits).
Bring an extra bottle of water. Pregnancy causes dehyrdation at a faster rate.
Don't worry - I'm 4 months pregnant with twins - and I had to call my doc just to be sure too! But I've gone twice already, and going again tonight.
Happy 4th of July!
what fireworks does san diego california allow?
Joe C. is right. Not even sparklers are allowed. The reason is two fold. First the major fireworks have a reputation for hurting people, so it's a safety issue. Secondly due to the dry conditions in California during July, the whole state is concerned about fires.
There are public firework displays that are awesome. Just check the paper or the TV news as it gets closer to the 4th to find the location nearest to where you'll be.