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Electric Injuries First Aid

The severity of electric injuries can vary widely, from an unpleasant tingling sensation caused by the low-intensity current to thermal burns, cardiopulmonary arrest, and death.Thermal burns may result from burning clothing that is in contact with the skin or from an electric current traversing a portion of the body....

Seizures First Aid

The general principles of first aid management of seizures are to: 1. Ensure an open airway 2. Prevent injury 3. Do not restrain the victim during a seizure...

Heartstroke First Aid: A Must Know

When the blood supply to the brain is interrupted, causing a part of the brain to die, it's called a stroke, or "brain attack." Stroke is similar to a heart attack, but it affects the blood vessels in the brain instead of the heart....

When You are in the Hospital

Identify yourself to the nurse before you take given medications. Make sure your health care providers know all the medications you are taking. Make sure your care providers know any medication allergies you may have. Know which medicines you will need to take once you leave the hos...

Keep Your Medications Safe

Keep your medications out of direct sunlight and heat. Keep your medicine away from pets and children. Don't store your medications with other family member medicines or household cleaners. Keep medicines in their original bottles. 

Take Your Medicine!

Make sure you take your medicine in the correct dose. Use the measuring cup that comes with liquid medicines. Take capsules or tablets whole, unless otherwise instructed. Take your medicines at the right time(s). Renew your medications in advance so you don't run out. ...

Know Your Medication

Know the name and doses of your medicines. Know why the medicine is important and what it treats. Read your labels to learn what you are taking, how and when to take it, etc. Know side effects. Know how your medications interact with each other and any nonprescription...