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Unexpected Things Your Home Insurance Can Cover

Did you know your home insurance cover unexpected things found in your home? You might be surprised to learn that insurance providers sometimes cover extraordinary things found in your home.

Should you find an umbrella left on the roof, and it damages your roof? What about a dead bird that flew into your kitchen window? These are the unexpected items that your home insurance policy covers. With some home insurance companies or specific endorsements, these claims may be eligible for coverage under the "loss" category. It can save you from having to take claim forms or dealing with loss adjusters upon their arrival to assess the damage caused by these items.

While fire and theft are common, accidents with or around water heaters, battery backup systems and outlets can also result in loss of coverage.

But don't take my words from it. Let us look at the examples of unexpected things that can be found inside your oven, behind the fridge, in closets and more! Let's read what the infographic has for us.


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How to Ease Anxiety to Little Patients

Children's anxiety is one of the most common issues of a pediatrician. It can track back to the fear of needles, loud noises and even the age-old fear of dying. 

That's why most parents decide to learn how to ease their child's anxiety about going to a medical doctor. It's not uncommon for kids to worry about going to a doctor to have something fixed or take some medicine. Encouraging your child to feel comfortable talking with their doctor can help ease anxiety levels. Here are some tips on how to lower anxiety when your child first visits the doctor.


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The Germiest Places in Your Workspace

It's no secret that hygiene plays a huge role in your health and work environment. 

Everyone has a different way of working. When you start working, it can be hard to get the hang of your routines. Learning the best way to clean and sanitize your workspace is essential for the health of everyone at work — not just yourself!

Have you ever wondered where the germiest areas of your workplace are? Well, don't fret. This infographic is for you. The infographic will show that it is not only an area in your workplace that need to be kept clean and germ-free. These are not just the bathrooms, though. They need to clean regularly! The main issue here is touch-related spots. It includes using a sticky note system, reducing the collection of paperwork around your desk, cleaning up after yourself and more.

Below is the infographic to know which areas are the germiest of your workplace.

Provided by Cascade Building Services