How to recognize and administer first aid for minor to serious burns.
Do you know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)?
How to recognize and administer first aid for minor to serious chemical burns.
Learn how to administer first aid for a chemical splash in the eye.
Learn about the different types of chest pain and what first-aid steps to take if chest pain occurs.
Be prepared to provide emergency first aid if you or someone else is choking.
Learn how to treat electrical burns caused by sources of electricity. The damage may be worse than it looks from the burn on the skin.
Keeping emergency essentials handy helps you respond safely if trouble strikes. Learn how to assemble a survival kit for your home.
Emergency preparedness includes making sure you can quickly access critical health information for you and your family.
What first-aid steps to take if you or someone else has a fever.
First-aid kits — How to assemble first-aid kits for your home and car.
Is it something you ate? How to recognize and provide first aid for a foodborne illness.
Learn how to administer first aid for a foreign object in the eye.
Got something stuck in your skin? Use these first-aid tips to safely remove foreign objects and prevent infection.
How to recognize and provide first-aid help for gastroenteritis.
How to recognize, get help for and provide first aid for a heart attack.
How to recognize and provide first-aid treatment for heat cramps.
How to recognize and provide first-aid treatment for heat exhaustion.
How to recognize and provide first-aid treatment for heatstroke.
Any type of transportation can bring on the nausea and dizziness of motion sickness. Here are ways to keep it at bay.
How to recognize, get help for and provide first aid for shock.
If a snake bites you, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately, then take these first-aid steps.
A stroke requires immediate medical attention. Find out how to remember the warning signs.
Learn how to give first aid and get relief from painful inflamed skin caused by too much sun.
If your tooth gets knocked out, handle it by the top or crown only, and take immediate steps so your tooth can be saved and successfully implanted.
Until you see a dentist, use floss to remove any food particles, take an over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever, and apply an OTC antiseptic to the gum area.