Category: Safety

A lifesaving career

May 20-May 26 is National Emergency Medical Services week. It is a time to honor the dedication of those who provide the day- to-day lifesaving services of medicine on the front line. Working as a paramedic is a tough career … Continue reading

Rather Ironic I Would Say!

I don’t know if you can call it life imitating art but life imitating an article it is! Over the weekend Mary was being chased by her father through the house and fell flat on her face, with the binkie, … Continue reading

Left Alone in a Hot Car

Tragedy has struck again.  Unfortunately, the United States has now seen our first two hyperthermia deaths in 2012. The first was a 13-month boy in Lee’s Summit, MO (just southeast of Kansas City), and the second in the Sugar Land … Continue reading

The Choking Hazard

Mary’s been on solid food for quite some time.  She is a huge eater and so far hasn’t been picky about anything (I’m knocking on wood). However, Mary doesn’t have any teeth yet so we are still rather cautious about … Continue reading

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