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Health and Safety Tips for Your New Year's Eve Celebration
new-yearIn Times Square with thousands of strangers or in your living room with close friends, ring in the new year with a party. Just make sure to follow several tips that keep your New Year's Eve celebration healthy and safe. Drink Responsibly  If you're planning to drink, do not drive. Don't let your drinking friends drive, either. Instead, choose a designated driver, hire a taxi, take public transportation or invite everyone to crash in your living room. Go easy on the alcohol, too. Pacing yourself prevents alcohol poisoning and ensures you can pay attention to your surroundings as you act smart and stay safe. Handle Food Safely Appetizers, hors d'oeuvre and snacks keep the party going. Heat food adequately and refrigerate leftovers promptly, though, to prevent food poisoning. Check in with guests about possible food allergies, too, as you safely indulge in party foods. Navigate Crowds Whether you're a guy or gal, grab a friend and travel in a group for safety. Keep an eye on your surroundings, never go anywhere with strangers and never leave your beverage unattended. Leave your valuables at home and hold your phone and wallet in a front pocket, too, especially if you're headed to a crowded celebration downtown. Drive Carefully Winter weather can make roads slippery, particularly when you travel after dark. Drive carefully as you leave early, go slow and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles. Of course, if the roads are too bad, stay home and watch the party on TV instead of going out this year. Ban Guns and Fireworks Stick with noise makers and sparklers if you need special effects on New Year's Eve. Otherwise, an inexperienced user could kill or injure someone. Plus, shooting guns and fireworks could break local noise ordinances and other laws. Ringing in the new year is a fun tradition. Use these tips to keep the party, your guests and you safe and healthy.  
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