Hearing that my youngest son has childhood diabetes wasn’t in the plan, but here we are. This is how we are tackling it.
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms that can be present in human blood and cause life-threatening diseases.
Bloodborne pathogens (sometimes called blood-borne pathogens) are infectious microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses carried in human blood that cause diseases.
Kids and teens can experience heart problems. However, it is very rare and can often result from congenital defects.
In our third and final installment of our bloodborne pathogens series we evaluate syphilis, covid, and other key pathogens and how to avoid them.
Heart attack and heart failure are both serious medical conditions. Although there are similarities, many differences exist. While a heart attack is a medical emergency, heart failure is a chronic illness.
The importance of CPR training in the workplace is hard to argue against. Over 356,000 cardiac arrests occur every year in the USA.
Everyone who’s done a first-aid class has heard of them: Scene assessments. Usually they come with cool mnemonics, like SAFE or the famous…
Do you know how to identify and respond to someone suffering from hypoglycemia? This article will walk you through how to distinguish hypoglycemia from ailments with similar signs and symptoms, and what the layperson rescuer can do to help.
Summertime is quickly approaching, meaning more swimming and playing in the water is on the horizon. Would you know how to act if someone was drowning right before your eyes? We’re going to walk you through what to do and things to consider if you find yourself in front of a drowning victim.