Scraped knees, nosebleeds or beestings can occur at any given moment and send you running for a first-aid kit. Moms know that when it comes to accidents, they can happen anywhere and at anytime.
But you don't have to fear being unprepared if you have a high-quality first-aid kit on hand. First-aid kits are essential not only in the home but on-the-go as well.
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Oww! A scraped knee, a bad bruise, bug bite, splinter or other minor injury can send a child into hysterics. But moms can take quick action to stem the tears and reduce scarring by taking the right measures fast. For the inevitable cuts and scrapes, hold a clean cloth or gauze (not tissue, which can flake off into the wound and cause infection) over the wound and press gently to stanch bleeding. If that doesn't work, then raise the... Read More
All families should have a first-aid kit - or two - on hand for emergencies. Gathering supplies ahead of time and educating your whole family on how to use the items in your kit is essential to handling emergencies. Treating minor injuries that happen around the home or while traveling can help you stop bleeding, prevent infection and help in decontamination. You can buy a premade kit, or you can create one of your own and fill it with... Read More