Consumers Report Health came out with their “recommended” or “Best Buy” report for sunscreens. The following 9 sunscreens got excellent marks for protection from UVA and UVB rays, even after being immersed in water. Here is a list of the top rated sunscreens, as well as a list of those that ranked poorly
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Staph is a common bacteria which about a third of the population carriers with no ill effects. Most of the time this bacteria is harmless, unless it enters the body through a cut or other wound. Even then it may only cause minor skin problems, but with older adults, young children and people with compromised immune systems, this infection can cause serious problems. Many times if MRSA was not diagnosed early or treatment was delayed, the infection could become fatal. In fact, more people die from MRSA than from AIDS.
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If you’ve been trained in CPR, the choice is obvious: Ask someone to call for help and find an AED, if possible, and then immediately begin chest compressions. The problem is that many people who are not trained in CPR will simply stand by and wait for emergency services to arrive – therefore losing critical time instead of delivering life-saving compressions.
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Whooping cough is an extremely contagious and serious illness. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) reports that several states are reporting an increase in the number of cases, including a state wide epidemic in California. Whooping cough also known as “pertussis”, can easily spread when an infected individual coughs or sneezes. The pertussis bacterium is released into the air and can be breathed in by the non-infected person.
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Both colds and flu’s are respiratory illnesses causes by different viruses. Though they have similar symptoms, the flu is much worse than the common cold. Also people with a cold are more likely to have stuffy or runny nose. In general, colds do not result in serious health problems, but a flu can progress into pneumonia or a bacterial infections which could result into hospitalizations.
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It is universally accepted to RICE those injured sites. We are not suggesting that you use “Uncle Ben’s” or “Risotto” on these injuries, instead using RICE as an acronym for steps to take in the treatment of soft tissue injuries. It’s best to perform these treatments within the first 48 hours of the injury.
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