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Health and Wellness: First Aid
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"How to apply basic first aid treatment and emergency medical care to victims in need, including how to give CPR, treat burns, cuts and broken bones, call 911 and more in this free instructional video series."
"Knowing how to comfort an injured pet can help minimize your pet's anxiety and also protect you and your family from injury." Produced by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Tips are given to help sick and injured pets.
Free, self-guided CPR course and First Aid course. "All Basic Life Support procedures demonstrated in this free online course adhere to the same guidelines as the American Red Cross and are intended to provide the student with the cognitive skills needed to administer CPR and First Aid in case of an emergency."
Produced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it provides annual information on the rate and number of work related injuries, illnesses, and fatal injuries, and how these statistics vary by incident, industry, geography, occupation, and other characteristics.
Produced by the American Heart Association, this chart lists the warning signs of a heart attack, stroke, and cardiac arrest.
Adult CPR Instruction Video
The information provided here is a demonstration of the new HANDS-ONLY BASIC ADULT CPR that anyone can perform. Additional and advanced life support information and demonstrations (eg., infant/child CPR, traditional CPR, AED use) can be viewed at or through the American Heart Association's website.