Many injuries can be avoided by taking preventive steps at home, on the road, and when you're at play.
Safety comes first when driving, especially with a child on board. That means doing more than making sure you have the proper car seat for your child.
Concussions affect many athletes, but these sports injuries are the least understood.
Because they are still growing, children are more susceptible to sports injuries. Half of those injuries could be prevented with proper safety gear, safer playing environments, and established safety rules.
High-risk situations include faulty or ill-fitting safety gear and equipment, lack
of adult supervision, and an unsafe playing environment.
When you're behind the wheel, you may believe that you can stop yourself from falling
asleep, but you can't. You may not even know you've dozed off.
This video shows the steps for a choking rescue for a baby.
This video shows the steps for doing a choking rescue for a child.
Here is how to lift safely.
Here are the steps for putting on sterile gloves.
Here are the steps for removing sterile gloves.