How to get rid of spring allergies
Every spring season, millions of Americans wake up wanting to know how to get rid of spring allergies. The runny nose, itchy eyes and congestion are just a few of the symptoms that make us miserable. As a matter of fact, many of these allergy symptoms turn into conditions like sinus infections and respiratory issues that cause people to seek medical attention. While you can’t control the pollen count, barometric pressure, rain or the wind direction, there is still hope. Here is how to get rid of spring allergies.
Adhesive Bandage Dressing Basics
When it comes to wound care, the most important goal is to stop bleeding and prevent infection. Infected wounds take longer to heal and will need medical attention. If not infected, a wound that would need medical attention is deep and longer than 1/2” or they just won’t stop bleeding. The “self-care” method for wound care usually involves applying an adhesive bandage dressing, also known as a strip bandage dressing or the brand name “Bandaid” coined from Johnson & Johnson. In some parts of the world they are known as adhesive plaster strips. With many different types of adhesive bandage dressings to choose from, how do you know what is best for you? Consider these 4 questions when deciding what type of adhesive bandage dressing is best for you
Little league first aid supplies
Youth sports activities are in full swing during the spring and summer months which means cuts and scrapes. One of the most common questions little league type sports organizations ask is what goes in our first aid kit? Take a look at our simple guide to help you get your sports first aid kit together fast and easy.
10 great reasons why you need a first aid kit
There will be a time in your life when you wish you had a first aid kit close by. Famous last words from a company who markets these items all over the United States, but it’s true. We hear stories all the time about people who get injured and didn’t have a first aid kit. We believe so strongly about this issue we’ve listed 10 great reasons why you need a first aid kit.
Outdoor Hiking & Exploring Safety Tips
Hiking, camping, and water recreation are just a few of the outdoor activities we love. We benefit from the physical exercise and seeing natures beauty first hand. It is fun and rewarding but there are risks. Weather & temperature concerns, injury preparedness and basic survival preparation are important factors everyone should consider as they venture away from home. Lets take a moment to look at these outdoor hiking & exploring safety tips to get your summer off in the right direction:
5 things first aid services don’t want you to know
Every day thousands of mobile first aid sales people check and refill first aid kits all over the United States. Since the early 1970's these reps have been making month visits to their customers and leaving their invoices. If you have a first aid service, we want to tell you about 5 things a first aid service doesn't want you to know.
5 Ways to use a hygiene kit
Good personal hygiene is important for our health and social encounters. Often, there are times when we need to use hygiene products while we are away from our home. Small toiletry bathroom items like soap, shampoo, deodorant, a toothbrush and toothpaste are just a few of the basic hygiene items that can easily be placed in a small kit or bag. Below are 5 ways to use a hygiene kit. We’ve provided a few details about each type so you can decide what meets your needs.
5 Outdoor Health Tips - Part 1
Did you know that nearly half of all Americans participated in an outdoor activity in 2015. We love to be outdoors! Walking, boating, hiking, camping and other fun activities are a great way to experience nature and get some physical exercise but they can also create health concerns. This 2 part article will highlight 5 outdoor health & safety tips. Knowing what they are, how to treat them and even how we can prevent them will help us stay healthy and safe while enjoying our outdoor experience.
Bandaid Size Chart
Adhesive bandages are used to protect skin and promote healing of minor cuts, scrapes and burns. The Band-Aid® size chart displays the most common types of adhesive bandages. Whether you work in a factory or play outside, cuts and scrapes are common injuries everyone experiences. Click on a bandage type for more information.