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If you’ve even woken up to a steady drip-drip-drip coming from your ceiling, you know how much dread a leaky roof can cause. That’s because what starts as a little leak during a heavy storm can lead to serious damage to your home. If you notice these signs, it’s time to call a pro.

The best case scenario here is that you have a slightly swollen can of beer or soda. However, you could also end up with a car full of frozen slush — or 38 stitches like one boy in China in 2012.

While you don't need to automatically throw away an accidentally frozen canned good, the USDA recommends taking some precautions before eating the item in question. If the can appears swollen, try thawing it in the refrigerator before opening it. This applies only if you're absolutely sure the swelling is because of the cold. If the can swells for other reasons, toss it. If everything — color, texture, smell — appears normal, you're probably in the clear. If anything seems off, get rid of it. And if the seams on the can appear to have rusted or burst, don't risk it.

Canned food lasts a lot longer than fresh produce, meat, etc. It may not be the tastiest food you’ve ever had, but you’ll be thankful you have…

U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017 in Washington D.C. …