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Winter is beautiful, but the cold, ice and snow can be treacherous for many people. Learn how smart decisions can keep you safe — and out of the emergency department — during the winter season.
A seemingly innocent fall led to a race against time, an emergency craniotomy and an incredible road to recovery for young Livia. Here's how the care team came together in her moment of need.
Farmers spend countless hours in combines, tractors, trucks and other equipment in fields during the harvest season. Remember a few safety practices, and pick up a new tip to avoid a severe injury.
With someone in the U.S. receiving a blood product every two seconds, there is a constant need for red blood cells, platelets and plasma. Learn how the donation process works and why donating blood is vital.
Life-threatening bleeding can happen anywhere at any time. Learning the steps you can take for swift action to stop the bleeding can make the difference between life and death.
Staying cool when temperatures soar can be difficult. Read why it's vital to know the signs and symptoms of heat-related illness, and get tips to prevent heat exhaustion and heatstroke.
Stroke symptoms come on suddenly. And women are more like to have a stroke than men. There’s an acronym to make it easy to recognize and act on these symptoms: Think FAST.
When the weather forecast calls for hot and humid days ahead, follow these steps to keep cool and prevent heatstroke.
Independence Day has been celebrated with firework displays since the 1770s. Find out why you need to use extreme caution while using fireworks, and pick up some safety tips.
With summer officially underway, everyone will be spending more time outdoors. No matter the activity, make sure you and your family know what it takes to stay safe. Check out these reminders.
It’s easy to get a minor burn from a hot pan while cooking. Instead of relying on myths, like slathering butter on a burn, find out what you really should do. Hint: Save the butter for your toast.
After a family vacation, Izzy Iverson started having significant pain. Her family soon learned she would need surgery to remove a rare tumor in her chest called a teratoma.