Keeping The Right Supplies Available

Unfortunately, if you don't keep a well-stocked first aid kit, you could end up with a messy, unsafe situation on your hands. Keep your kids safe. Click here.

3 Helpful Items To Include In An Automotive First Aid Kit

7 November 2017
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According to reports, 20-50 million people are injured in car wrecks each year. As you can see, the road is a perilous place where one slight mistake could be costly. That doesn't mean you can't prepare for these accidents in advance, though, by having a first aid kit on hand. Make sure your automotive first aid kit is complete by having these items in it.  Weatherproof Ponchos Getting stranded out in the middle of nowhere is a tough pill to swallow. Read More …

Embracing Technology: Hearing Aids That Coordinate With Your Smartphone

23 March 2017
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Hearing aids have been around for many years, but recent technological advances have made them so much more useful and effective. Wearing a hearing aid is no longer an imposition on your lifestyle -- it makes life easier, just as it should. One of the ways in which you can really embrace technology with your hearing aids is by choosing one that integrates with your smartphone. Here's a closer look at the way this technology works and what it can do with you. Read More …

Want To Provide Low-Cost Medical Care For Your Rural Community? Economizing Tip To Succeed Without Sacrificing Quality

30 November 2016
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With health insurance premiums and medical care costs both rising, rural communities often find themselves without satisfactory options for quality, affordable health care. Even when rural families have an option to utilize less expensive health care options in larger cities in their area, they may face obstacles in using these facilities due to transportation issues, the inability to find childcare, or being unable to take time off from work to take advantage of important preventative care appointments. Read More …

Oxygen Device Needs & Fire Safety Tips

21 July 2015
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Some diseases make it difficult for oxygen to move from the lungs to the blood. COPD, lung cancer, tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema are a few examples of these conditions. If you have one of these diseases, then your physician will likely perform tests to see how much oxygen there is in your blood. If the tests indicate that the oxygen levels are much lower than normal, then you will likely need to start using an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator. Read More …

Your Guide To Power Wheelchair Drive Types

26 November 2014
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Power wheelchairs have come a long way in recent years, offering a wide array of innovative features that help make mobility easier for their users. Included in those choices are options for motivating your new wheelchair. Before choosing one of the three options listed below, it's a good idea to see how each power wheelchair impacts your lifestyle and mobility needs: Rear-Wheel Drive Pros and Cons Once upon a time, nearly every power wheelchair came in this particular configuration. Read More …

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Keeping The Right Supplies Available

When you have kids, you never know what is going to happen next. Actually, you do know--someone is going to get hurt. As unstable tots try to walk and curious children leap from counters, cuts and scrapes happen. Unfortunately, if you don't keep a well-stocked first aid kit, you could end up with a messy, unsafe situation on your hands. My blog is all about the right steps to take to keep your kids safe. You never know what you will need and when, which is why it is important to have most supplies available at all times. You never know, it might save one of your kids someday.