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Take Safety Awareness Seriously

It is no doubt that safety is important in day-to-day life whether we are at home, in our respective workplace, or in a public place. This is why, wherever we are, safety has always been our main consideration. However, not all people are aware about safety. Safety awareness is a broad subject, but knowing the … Continue reading

Tips for Promoting a Safe Environment for the Elderly at Home

Aside from the decline of seniors’ senses – sight, hearing, smell, or touch, most of them also experience mobility problems. With these factors, it is evident that elder people are more susceptible to accidents. As family members or caregivers, it is our responsibility to promote a safe environment for them at home. At Force EMS, … Continue reading

The 3 C’s First Aid – Check, Call, and Care

Every day, whether you are tending to your child’s wound, taking care of a worrisome symptom, or dealing with a minor injury, you are practicing first aid. First aid is a helpful technique that could help save a life. If you encounter a situation and don’t know how to administer the first aid, the best … Continue reading

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Fear of Aging? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Be

When we get into adulthood, it is possible to live a full and active life. However, as we age, our bodies begin to undergo certain changes. Although the scope of these changes may not be the same for everyone, one thing is certain – a greater risk of health and overall safety looms as we … Continue reading

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Let Your Elder Loved One Enjoy the Festive Season

In this festive season, it is a common tradition for families to gather together for a celebration. It’s not only the best time to share foods, open gifts, or watch the dancing Christmas lights, but also the best time to be reunited. For some people, it may be too convenient to drive around and arrive … Continue reading

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Importance of Medical Transportation for Hospice Patients

Hospice patients are another term for terminally or chronically ill patients. They require quite a different approach and health management than any other type of patients, and there are both emotional and practical considerations that should be well thought about. Having a hospice condition doesn’t mean the end of the world for them. As a … Continue reading