Make sure your holidays are happy and safe.
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It may be a beloved, classic movie, but it also shows what can go wrong over the holidays. 

Ultimately, "It’s a Wonderful Life" is a feel-good movie. Look closely, though, and you’ll see it contains potential hazards to its characters’ safety and well-being. No wonder George Bailey needs a guardian angel.

Follow our tips to make sure your holidays are happy and safe.
Presents! Parties! Ugly sweaters and eggnog! 
As George Bailey discovers, holidays can be stressful. 
Remember to take care of your mental and emotional health—and get help when you need it. Learn more at

No one wants the gift of germs
Little Zuzu Bailey has a fever, so George wisely tucks her up in bed to recover. If you’re sick, stay home. Read more at
Pete Bailey could take a nasty fall from this chair. 
If you’re decorating a tree or putting up holiday lights, stay safe by using a ladder. Keep cords out of the way so you don’t trip over them, and make sure your tree is well-watered and doesn’t become a fire hazard. Read more at
We hope that when you celebrate the holidays, you have a happy ending—just like the Bailey family.
Read more about holiday safety at
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