When people think of preparing for emergencies, stocking up on food, water and equipment is the first thing that comes to mind. This might be followed by training with the new equipment, but only to a limited degree. We start to plan and prepare for what could happen and how we can make it through. Usually, the idea of the end of the world is associated with “prepping,” even though it’s a low-risk event. Why not start preparing for situations that we can encounter on a daily basis?
Medical emergencies play no favorites. It can happen to anyone, at any time and anywhere. Whether you are prepared for it or not, it will happen and something will need to be …Continue Reading