Archive | January, 2013

First Aid for Falls

The severity of falls vary greatly as some mild falls may only cause a few bruises or scratches, the more severe ones may lead to concussions, convulsions and broken bones. When you witness a person fall, make sure there are not any serious injuries such as heavy bleeding, broken bones or signs of seizures. You […]

Managing Motion Sickness

Motion Sickness Motion sickness refers to a condition in which your brain receives signals that are incoherent with the signals sent from the eyes, ears, joints and muscles. The type of sickness varies among individuals as some experience airsickness or seasickness while travelling by plane or ship while many even experience car sickness while travelling […]

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