Archive | July, 2013

Abdominal Wounds

First Aid Classes – Abdominal Wounds Abdominal wounds can be very serious, even life-threatening for the patient, particularly crush injuries and stab or gunshot wounds according to workplace approved Training. Due to the area of the body, there could be possible damage to organ and major blood vessels deep in the body. The concern is […]

Preventing Household Burns

Every year, about two million individuals suffer burn injuries, and around 70,000 of them require hospitalization. In fact, burns are among the leading causes of injuries in children. They are also the greatest tragedies that are actually preventable. Here are steps you can take to avoid household burns. • When cooking, do not leave the […]

Understanding Insomia

Insomnia is difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough for an individual to feel refreshed the next morning, even if one has had enough opportunity to sleep. Sleep is the natural state of unconsciousness that enables one’s body to rest. During this state, the body goes through various sleep stages in a cycle […]

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