Month: May 2013

Care for Various Wound Complications

The human body is designed to safeguard itself from various communicable pathogens and microorganisms. However, there are instances when the body is subjected to horrific injuries wherein the body simply cannot stabilize itself and must need immediate care for recovery. It is imperative that first aid rescuers must be able recognize serious injuries and provide …

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Bed-wetting

Bed-wetting may be a common problem in many households with young children, but it is usually not a cause of alarm. Bed-wetting does not mean that your child has not been properly toiler trained; it is a normal part of growing up in many children and can be dealt with very easily. Another name for …

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Foreign object in the eye

Cough Headaches

Cough headaches are just like normal headaches that occur due to coughing and other similar forms of straining such as from sneezing, laughing, blowing your nose, bending over, singing, or making a bowel movement. Medically, cough headaches are classified into two categories: primary cough headaches and secondary cough headaches. Primary cough headaches are harmless headaches …

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