If you've stuck around this blog for any amount of time, you'll have noticed that I have reviewed a truckload of knives. As a consequence of this devotion to sharp objects, I very frequently find myself with nicks and cuts of all sizes (curse you assisted … [Read more...]
The following are all the first aid articles we've written on this site. Please let us know if there's a particular topic we haven't touched on here that you'd like us to write an article about by either commenting on a post or using the contact page to let us know.
While you can have the very best intentions trying to lend a hand by assisting medically with emergencies, being a Good Samaritan unfortunately doesn't win you enough brownie points to always protect you from the legal pitfalls that can occur because you were just trying to … [Read more...]
I recently cut myself pretty deep on the inside of my palm, and even though the cut healed up relatively well and cleanly, I did notice some bruising around the wound channel as it healed. I realized how messed up my wound looked, mostly considering it was a pretty large and … [Read more...]
The maximum dosage of painkillers that one can safely ingest has been debated back and forth many a time, even by the medical community itself. As with all the first aid articles on this website, this article is not designed to offer professional medical advice, nor should … [Read more...]
Since Advil, Tylenol, and Aspirin are all common pain-relieving medications, it can be pretty confusing remembering all the differences between them. While many will admit they know the three medications don't all work the same way, not many can say what the differences … [Read more...]
If, like myself, you frequently enjoy trampling in forests and repeatedly hitting trees with sharp slabs of steel, at one point or another you're going to get a cut or two. Many of these will be no more than scrapes, tiny love bites from recently acquired folding knives or … [Read more...]
Whether we like it or not, emergency situations happen everywhere, no matter which country, state, city, and/or town we find ourselves living in. Although some locations may have more emergency situations occurring than others, there are bound to be car crashes, fires, … [Read more...]