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  • Signs of a Broken Bone

    Signs of a Broken Bone

    Broken bones always need to be treated by medical professionals, but it can sometimes be difficult to know if a bone is really broken or not. The following guide walks you through a few tips to identify if you have actually broken a bone.   Examine Injured Area First and foremost, examine the injured area

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  • What To Do For A Poison Victim

    What To Do For A Poison Victim

    Poisoning is often caused by accidental exposure to a harmful substance, such as cleaning products, medications, small button-cell batteries, poisonous plants, and gases. Immediate first aid is vital in a poison emergency as it can save the victim’s life before seeking medical assistance.   Sometimes overdose of medications that seem safe can actually be dangerous.

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  • Signs of a Heart Attack

    Signs of a Heart Attack

    At one time, people lived in fear of hearing the words “heart attack.” While cardiovascular health is still a priority, today more than 90 percent of patients survive a heart attack. Greater understanding of the science behind heart attacks has led to more effective treatment. Nearly 50 percent of sudden cardiac deaths occur away from

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  • 10 Tips to Avoid A Ski Injury

    10 Tips to Avoid A Ski Injury

    Heading for that annual ski trip? Avoid becoming one of the 150,000 people treated for winter sports injuries each year! Common skiing injuries include fractures, sprains, concussions and dislocations. Make the most of ski season with these valuable health and safety tips. 1. Train Properly Include weight training to strengthen muscles and cardio workouts for

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