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6 Dangerous School Sports And How To Prevent Injury

Athletes are favored highly in the US, whether it’s professionals or Little Leaguers. A great deal of emphasis is put on success in sports for young athletes, which adds pressure to play. Unfortunately, so much pressure to continually play school sports comes with a lot of injuries. Here are 6 dangerous school sports and how […]

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A Family Emergency Plan Checklist To Teach Your Kid How To Respond

A 9-year-old calmly asks his grandmother to call 911 while giving CPR to his little sister who had just fallen in the pool, reports a May 2011 CNN story. Incidents like these where small kids perform heroically in the face of an emergency happen more often than you think. Although we think of kids as […]

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Fire And Water: Summer Safety Tips To Prevent Child Drownings And Burns

Fire and water may be opposing forces of nature, but both are leading causes of injury in children, especially during the warm summer months. Here are tips to help keep your children safe from drowning and burns this summer. Drowning When the summer heat hits, kids may want to jump into the nearest body of […]

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We Have a Little Emergency: Child Identification Program for Emergencies

At EIRMC, we know your little ones mean the world to you, and you can’t wait to show them the world! But, we also know that automobile accidents can happen. We want to make sure that you have all your bases covered, should something happen during your child’s travels. What would you do if your […]

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Common Fireworks Injuries and How to Prevent Them

The 4th of July is supposed to be a celebration, but instead thousands of people are finding themselves nursing injuries. It may seem harmless to buy a few sparklers, some roman candles and a rocket or two to celebrate the holiday, but it’s important to handle fireworks safely. If you’re planning to skip the public […]

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