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Health

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Transcript of Health

Taking care of yourself
For Choking:
For Burns:
For Bleeding:
If you or someone is bleeding:
wash your hands with soap.
put protective gloves (if available).
wash the injured part with soap and water.
place cotton and press it firmly for ten minutes.
at last, put a bandage.
If someone is choking, he or she might have their hands around their throat, follow this steps:
stand behind the person and put your arms in his or her waist, and press its belly button.
grab your fist and press it with the other hand.

If you are choking follow this steps:
press with your right hand your left hand fist, and press your belly button.
If you have a burn follow this steps:
run cool water over the burn.
If you have blisters:
cover the burn with a cool, wet bandage or clean cloth. Do not break any blisters.
by any means put any oil or hot water, neither ice directly.
Nosebleeds
Insect bites and stings
Skin rashes from plants
Food safety tips
Kitchen safety
pinch your nose together while you are sit and with your head forward.
put a ice-pack on your nose.
scrape out the stinger with your nail.
wash the area with soap and water.
put a cold pack or a paste made from baking soda.
There are many trees with poisonous leaves, follow this steps if you get a rash:
put paste of baking soda or calamine lotion.
don´t pop blisters (if you get), and if they burst keep the area clean and dry (put a bandage).
Dental Emergencies
Broken tooth:
put warm water, into the injured area.
save any parts of the broken tooth.
Bitten tongue or lip
press the bleeding area with a wrapped cold pack to stop swelling.
Knocked-out permanent tooth
clean the tooth.
put it in a cup of milk and water.
go to the dentist.
Food or object caught between teeth
take it off with dental floss.
NEVER use anything sharp to remove the food or object.
*See your dentist often
For preparing food
wash your hands.
keep juices away from the food.
wash knives, and counter tops when you finish using them (NEVER use the same to cut other kinds of food).
Tips for cooking
cook all kinds of food (this will kill bacterias).
never cook with raw eggs
Tips for cleaning up the kitchen
wash all kinds of utensils with hot, soapy water.
don´t store food with more than five days.
When you´re cooking, you need to follow safety rules to avoid accidental injuries.
General rules
a adult needs to know what you will do.
clean up everything. Turn off all appliances.
Stoves and ovens
get permission of an adult to use the stove or oven.
avoid clothes that can catch fire.
use mitts or pot handles so you don´t burn.
Good posture at the computer
Microwaves
Be careful when you take food out of the microwave.
never use dishes made out of gold, silver, aluminum, because it can sparks or start a fire.
never heat only water in the microwave, when heating water use a wooden stirrer in the container.
Appliances and kitchen tools
ask a adult which appliances you can use.
never turn a appliance off when your hands are wet.
use things sharpy like knives with a adult supervision.
Safety on the Internet
Safety near water
When home alone
You need to have a good posture so you don´t get a eyestrain, muscle fatigue and injuries.
The internet is a remarkable tool, you can use it for fun, education and research, but you need to have common sense and follow safety guidelines to protect yourself, don´t get confuse between the city and internet, you can´t meet people there, not all the places you can go are places you want to be. Here are some easy rules to protect yourself from the Internet.
Rules for online safety
have rules to use internet, like what kinds of places you can visit and how long would it take.
don´t give your personal information or your family information
never agree to meet anyone in person. If you want to ask a adult for permission and go with the adult to a public place.
don´t send your pictures to a person you meet online.
don´t respond to any message if you feel uncomfortable.
Here are some easy rules to follow that will help keep you safe.
Do these things
lock all the doors and windows.
if someone that is mean calls, say nothing and hang up.
if you see anyone hanging outside call the police or a neighbor.
if you see or smell smoke go outside or a neighbor´s house.
if you have an emergency, call 066 and be prepared to describe the problem.
entertain yourself.
NOT to do things
do not use a microwave or oven, unless you know how to use these appliances.
do not open the door to anyone who you don´t know.
do not talk to strangers on the telephone.
You need to be supervised when you´re swimming without knowing how to, because you can get drown in five minutes or less.
never swim without a responsible adult present.
do not dive in head-first unless you know how deep is the water.
if there´s lightning get outside.
Safety tips
Thunderstorm safety
Earthquake safety
Blizzard safety
Backpack safety
Carrying a backpack can hurt your back or you can have a injury.
Safe rules
leave unnecessary things at home.
always use both shoulder straps to carry the backpack.
Thunderstorms are severe storms and lightning that can cause people to die.
Safety tips
If you are inside, stay there.
if you are outside, try to take shelter.
stay away from water.
listen for weather bulletins.
if you are outside, stay away from tall objects.

Before an earthquake
bolt tall, heavy furniture, such as bookcases, to the wall.
During an earthquake
if you are in car go to a open area.
if you are indoors, stay under heavy furniture.
After an earthquake
have the building check for structural problems.
A blizzard is a dangerous snowstorm with heavy winds.
Your home should have
a flashlight
first-aid supplies.
a smoke detector and a fire extinguisher.
extra food and water.
If traveling by car, your family should
keep the gas tank full.
always let a friend or relative know you are traveling.
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