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What is Sepsis?

What is Sepsis?

What is Sepsis? Six signs of Sepsis – essential information for every parent:   Sepsis is a common and potentially life-threatening condition where the body’s immune system over reacts to an infection; resulting in widespread inflammation, swelling and blood...
Head Injury Advice – when to play on

Head Injury Advice – when to play on

Head Injury Advice – when to play on There is currently an outcry that Professional Rugby seems to be failing to appreciate the extent of brain damage that can occur following repeated head injuries and putting money before the players’ lives. George North, the...
Why Defibrillators Save Lives

Why Defibrillators Save Lives

Why defibrillators save lives? Each year in Britain around 30,000 people are struck by sudden cardiac arrest outside of hospital environments. They can affect anyone at any time – from young children at school, to adults when they’re at home, work or out in public...
Biker Down

Biker Down

Biker Down – a life-saving initiative from the Fire and Rescue Services, supported by LAS and TFL On Saturday, as research for my new book on Roadside First Aid, I was privileged to join one of the highly-acclaimed Biker Down courses. Biker Down is a superb...
Starfish – True Story About Sepsis

Starfish – True Story About Sepsis

Starfish – true story about Sepsis and its harrowing impact upon a real family Sepsis is a devastating and extremely serious condition that affects over 150,000 people and kills over 44,000 people in the UK every year – more than bowel, breast and prostate cancer...
Socket Covers and How to Treat Electrocution

Socket Covers and How to Treat Electrocution

The NHS and Department of Education have recently highlighted serious concerns with the child safety socket covers. UK sockets are designed in such a way that it is extremely difficult for a child to insert their fingers or other objects into them. People have been...
Why Button Batteries are so Dangerous

Why Button Batteries are so Dangerous

  Button batteries and lithium coin batteries are the small, round, batteries you find in toys, cards, watches, key fobs, calculators, hearing aids and numerous other everyday objects. They appear to be pretty harmless and you would think that if they were...

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