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A well-stocked first aid kit is a handy thing to have

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    A well-stocked first aid kit is a handy thing to have

    First aid kits come in many shapes and sizes. You can purchase one from the Red Cross Store. Your local drug store may sell them. You can also make your own. Some kits are designed for specific activities, such as hiking, camping or boating.To get more news about Military First Aid Kits, you can visit rusunsafety.com official website.

    First Aid Kit is a Swedish folk duo consisting of the sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg, born in 1990 and 1993, respectively. When performing live, they are accompanied by a drummer, a pedal steel guitarist, and a keyboard player. In 2008, they gained some Internet popularity for their cover of the Fleet Foxes' song "Tiger Mountain Peasant Song". Rolling Stone magazine chose their song "Emmylou" as the number 10 "Single of the Year" in 2012. They have released four albums, four EPs and several singles. In 2015, they were nominated for a Brit Award as one of the five best international groups. They were nominated again in 2019. Courtesy of Wikipedia
    Write down these phone numbers and tape them to the fridge and inside your first aid kit:

    Your national and local poison control center. Look in the front section of your phone book to find the number for your area.
    Your family doctor or pediatrician.
    The closest hospital.
    Local fire and rescue squad (911 should also work).
    At least two nearby friends or neighbors who can give you a ride or watch your children in case you need to leave suddenly.
    A list of allergies and medications for each household member.
    First aid manual

    Read a basic manual as soon as you get it, so you know what to do if your child chokes on a piece of candy or falls into a pool. You don't want to waste time frantically searching for instructions during an emergency. Here are two good references:
    For safety's sake, keep your medicine kit in a zippered bag or secure box and store it out of children's reach, but close enough that you will be able to remember and find it quickly in an emergency. Most items in a first aid kit are dangerous in small hands. It's better to store medications on a high closet shelf rather than in the bathroom because the warmth and steam from showers can make drugs break down faster. Check the contents of your kit every three to six months, and replace the things that you have used or that have expired. It helps to include an inventory of everything that should be in your kit, so you can figure out what needs to be replaced.

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