Why You Should Follow up with Your Eye Doctor after a Work Accident

Posted on: 24 October 2016

When you have a spill accident at work that gets substances in your eyes, you typically run right to an eyewash station to flush your eyes and save your sight. While the eyewash station probably functioned exactly as it is supposed to, and/or your eyes are no longer burning or blurry, you should still see your eye doctor. Here is why. Damage to Your Eyes You Cannot See Your eye doctor's instruments can see the damage that the spill accident caused.
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Practice Caution When Using Ladders to Do Your Holiday Decorating

Posted on: 5 October 2016

Holiday decorating can get you in the spirit unless the season is spoiled by injuries, such as sprains, back injuries, or broken bones, which a fall from a ladder can cause. Reports show that each year about 15,000 people receive emergency medical treatment for injuries related to holiday decorating. Many of the injuries occur as the result of falls from ladders while decorating Christmas trees or hanging holiday lights. But don't let the statistics put a damper on your holiday cheer.
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How To Treat Post-Operative Dental Implant Surgery Pain

Posted on: 20 September 2016

If you had dental implants installed today and are experiencing some post-operative pain, then you will be happy to learn that there are some things you can try to get some relief while your sensitive gum tissues heal, such as: Mix-Up a Saltwater Rinse A warm saltwater rinse after your implant surgery is very soothing for your gums around your surgical site. To make a saltwater rinse, mix together some warm water and salt in a glass.
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4 Reasons To Give An Automotive Custom First Aid Kit For A Gift

Posted on: 9 September 2016

If you are looking for unique gifts ideas for this holiday season, you may want to consider automotive custom first aid kits for your loved ones. Here are a few reasons why: The first aid kit is actually useful. Giving a custom first aid kit to loved ones can ensure that they receive a gift that they can actually use. A custom first aid kit includes medical supplies, such as bandages, antibiotic ointment, burn cream, and a cold pack, that loved ones may need in case of a medical emergency.
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