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Stop Bleeding, Save a Life

Stop Bleeding, Save a Life Cuts and wounds can be scary, but with a quick and effective response they can often be taken care of without panic. Small and even moderate cuts can often be handled at home with a good first aid kit, a trained helper, and immediate attention. But with a large hemorrhaging wound in a critical a

Injuries at Work

Injuries at Work If you’re a full-time worker, did you know these hours take up roughly one third of your life? If you’re at work that often, an accident is highly likely to occur at some point. All employers are required to carry worker’s compensation insurance to protect their employees, with very few ex

Precautions in Yard Work

Precautions in Yard Work This time of year, we’re all coming out of hibernation and tackling many projects in our yards. It’s important to take some safety precautions before you get excited and rush out to check off all the to-do lists that are waiting. Consumer Reports states that each year about 100 Americans die

Vehicle Safety Tips

Vehicle Safety Tips Its road trip season! The Utah Department of Transportation considers the time between Memorial Day and Labor the most dangerous time to be on the roads because many of us are heading out for vacations, activities, long weekends, and fun. Stay safe out there with the following tips: Drive a

Medication Safety Basics

Medication Safety Basics With so many medications available, it’s important to be aware of the risks of overdosing or harmful side effects. The CDC reports that about 82% of American adults take at least one medication daily. They estimate that about 1.3 million emergency department visits and 350,000 hospitalizations