This week, a normal high street in South London was the scene of a terror attack as a man stabbed innocent passers-by before he was shot down by the police. 3 people were severely injured. In this situation, First Aid is vital. One man said there was blood ‘everywhere’. He luckily had a blanket in his bag and used this to help stem the bleeding while he hailed an ambulance. Knife crime is at a record high in the UK right now. Would you know how to help with major bleeding while also keeping yourself safe? We show you how here!
Did you know cold viruses can survive on hard indoor surfaces for around seven days? And flu viruses, can survive on hard surfaces for 24 hours and last about 15 minutes on tissues? Particularly at this time of year and with the news of the Chinese Cornavirus, it's so important to prevent the spread of germs and stay healthy. Read our tips in this handy article, including what we think about wearing surgical-style masks when out and about
Do you know the different types of bleeding in dogs?
If your dog is bleeding, first and foremost the priority is to stop the blood coming out! It is not a priority to clean the wound. It is then necessary to identify the type of bleeding. Do you know what they are? In this article we cover all about Arterial, Venous and Internal bleeding so you know exactly how to recognise bleeding in your dog and then treat it accordingly