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SUMMER PET SAFETY

Tossing them the cob.

Dogs love corn on the cob (butter and salt!) but if they swallow a portion of the cob, it can get stuck in the stomach or intestines, explains Heather Loenser, DVM, a veterinary advisor with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Always toss that cob in the trash.
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Can YA fiction save lives? Or at least aid a kid suffering from a nasty wound? A 12-year-old Massachusetts girl helped an injured friend over the weekend thanks to quick thinking—and a makeshift tourniquet she whipped up using a technique she read about in The Hunger Games.
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Here is what to do if you come across someone who looks to be having a panic attack:
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Our summer schedule is UP!
Spend some time with our awesome instructors and learn how to save a life! ♥
#firstaid #CPR
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From ticks to bee stings, keep your family safe this summer with pediatrician Dr. Dina Kulik's summer safety survival guide.
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Caring for your heart is extremely important, and is something that should never be ignored. Here are five Heart2Heart tips that will help you with the process of looking after your heart:
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Bangladesh Red Crescent Cyclone Preparedness Programme volunteers warn coastal communities to evacuate to safety as Cyclone Mora makes landfall. Photo courtesy: Bangladesh Red Crescent Society / IFRC
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First aid for an amputated body part.
Knowing how to help will make you a hero ♥
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Summer is right around the corner!
Are you prepared? We can help ♥
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Canadian Red Cross blogger Stephanie Murphy recently spent time in flood-impacted communities in Eastern Ontario and shares this update.
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