[infographic] 9 ways to painlessly remove splinters/slivers

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Cuts

Most children get cuts and scrapes once in a while. These wounds are usually minor and easily looked after. Following these first aid steps will let your child get back to playing. Larger or deeper wounds may need medical care. How to treat cuts and scrapes Wash your hands so they are clean before you […]

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Treating Burns and Scalding

Appropriate first aid must be used to treat any burns or scalds as soon as possible. This will limit the amount of damage to your skin. You may need to apply the following first aid techniques to yourself or to another person who has been burnt. First aid for burns Follow the first aid advice […]

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Choking & CPR (Babies, Toddler & Adults)

In October 2010 the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) and the American Heart Association (AHA) released changes to the Guidelines for CPR & Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). The objective of the changes is to make it easier for rescuers and health care providers alike to learn, remember and perform better CPR. CPR & CHOKING […]

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