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First Aid For Toothache
Almost anything, from dental decay to tooth fracture to exposed tooth rot can trigger toothache and make life miserable. The only way to prevent this is to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy by cleaning it daily and avoiding sugary foods and drinks as... -
First Aid For Motion Sickness
We all know that queasy feeling that hits the pit of our stomach the moment no sooner we embark on a car, plane, train, or ship. Motion sickness is a common condition among many. It often strikes unexpectedly and is usually temporary in its effect.... -
First Aid For Choking
We all know how it feels when a piece of food gets stuck in the throat and no matter how much we try to swallow it down with water, it refuses to budge. Nothing can be more painful than an unwanted object obstructing the flow of air in the body.
First Aid For Poisioning
It is easy to misunderstand seizure, alcohol intoxication, stroke or insulin reaction as a case of poisoning owing the similar signs and symptoms. Therefore, its is important to ascertain poisoning before doling out first aid for the same. Look for signs like... -
First Aid For Heatstroke
Heatstroke is one of the most severe forms of heat exhaustion. When the body loses its ability to cool itself and the skin stops sweating, the body temperature rises leading to heatstroke. Unconsciousness, seizures, difficult breathing, restlessness,... -
First Aid For Gastroenteritis
Gastroenteritis, better known as stomach flu, is nothing but inflammation of stomach and intestines, purely caused by food or water borne pathogens, viruses, reaction to new food, or side effect of any medication. Some of the most common signs and symptoms of... -
First Aid For Food-borne Illness
How often have you woken up feeling sick in the middle of your sleep and rushed to the loo to ease your gurgling tummy? Food bone illness is one of the most common reasons why most people fall sick unexpectedly with little or no inkling of what triggered it... -