When an emergency situation occurs, make sure you have the information you need to help. In an emergency, seconds matter. Knowing what to do with those seconds could help you save someone’s life. In any situation serious enough to require … Continue reading
Summer is the perfect time to mix up your exercise routine by embracing warm weather, sunshine and water everywhere.
You’ve started running. You’re feeling pretty good and then suddenly, “OW!” What is that pain, where did it come from and is it going to derail your new hobby? Probably not. Injuries are common and most can be cared for … Continue reading
Most parents and grandparents understand that choking hazards pose real risks for young children. But you may be surprised by the variety of dangers out there — and that the leading cause of choking for kids is food. But you … Continue reading
Safety, alcohol, homesickness, and more. Licensed mental health counselor Kimble Richardson addresses the big issues that arise for students and parents when a teen starts college.
You’ve raised them since birth. You’ve walked with them every step of the way. And now they’re about to leave for college. This can be an exciting — and scary — time for Mom and Dad. But knowing the right … Continue reading
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is as frightening as it is misunderstood. It’s the unexpected death of an infant under the age of one—a death in which an autopsy offers no explainable cause. With so much mystery surrounding SIDS, … Continue reading
Julie sits down with Beth Rice, EMT and coordinator of St.Vincent’s Safe Sitter program, to talk about child safety, especially how to prevent choking. And she talks breast cancer risk and detection with Jana Green, director of the Breast Center at St.Vincent Carmel.