Thanksgiving Safety: 5 Ways to Spend Thanksgiving in the Hospital
Published On: November 18, 2007
Anybody can get something stuck in their throat. It’s decidedly more common for the kids and grandparents than everyone else — although it gets more common as the wine starts flowing.
Cutting yourself in the kitchen is both a blessing and a curse — bacteria from food abounds, but you have everything you need to clean your wound at the ready.
Grease fires are notoriously dangerous. It’s easy to extinguish the typical grease fire by smothering it, but make sure everyone is heading out of the house first.
Burns are some of the most common injuries around the house. Make sure you know what to do if your bird decides to seek some revenge.