Nosebleeds are common in children and adults. They are often easily treated and do not return. Nosebleeds can be distressing to children and embarrassing to adults. Blood vessels in the … Continue Reading →
Prevention is usually better than cure, and this goes for monitoring your cholesterol levels to help reduce your risk of heart attack and Stroke. The press reports on Cholesterol along … Continue Reading →
In the holiday season it is tempting to feed your dog all left overs and give them a special meal, but you can do harm. Dogs don’t expect a … Continue Reading →
Falls and Fall prevention can reduce the number of accidents in the home. Many people are seriously hurt every day in their own home and this can be made worse … Continue Reading →
When dealing with an incident of violent crime, you may have to deal with gun shot or knife wounds. Although you need to be more careful, the injury you are … Continue Reading →
First aid for pets is similar to first aid for humans, but you need to be more careful. Even a normally calm, friendly pet can become aggressive when they are … Continue Reading →
A normal heart beats between 60 and 100 per minute when resting, but when someone has Atrial Fibrillation, this may be increased to over 140 beats per minute and may … Continue Reading →
The First Aid Show covers first aid, safety and medical subjects in an easy to watch video format. See this video for more information on the First Aid Show.