Thanksgiving is just a few days away and we want to make sure you are safe this holiday season with a five part series of how to avoid common Thanksgiving Day injuries. While Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to share with family, it can also have inherent hidden dangers. We want you to stay safe this year in whatever you do: whether you are braving the airports and flying across country, hauling a heavy turkey in and out of the oven, dodging gravy burns, carving meat wielding a finger-reducing knife, or tackling cousins at your annual family flag football game, we want your festive cheer to last!
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A 25 pound, oven-fresh turkey (combined with piping hot gravy) make for an excellent recipe for burns. Try these 5 tips this Thanksgiving and avoid the painful hassle of burns!
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