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How to avoid snakebites

Snakes are very active in the spring, early summer and fall. Most cases of snakebites occur when the weather is warm and many engage in outdoor activities. Even though most snakes are not poisonous, there are several species that are poisonous such as water moccasins, rattlesnakes, coral snakes and copperheads. There are measures that can […]

Treatment for chicken food poisoning

If the individual just recently eaten chicken and later on experiences symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, fever, appetite loss and fatigue, it might be food poisoning. It is important to note that food poisoning can be triggered by eating expired chicken, undercooked chicken or chicken that has been contaminated by bacteria. Consulting a doctor […]

Dangers of epoxy paint fumes

Always bear in mind the epoxy paint is commonly used in covering concrete floors due to its ability to keep the concrete from getting damaged due to water absorption over time. The finished product is a glossy, smooth and tough surface that is easy to clean. On the other hand, epoxy paint is comprised of […]

Cuboid syndrome

Treating a sea urchin wound

It is a known fact that sea urchins are interesting creatures that thrive on the ocean floor under shallow water. Even though these creatures are fun to look at, it is important not to touch or move them. Unluckily, there are cases in which individuals accidentally steps on or brushes against a sea urchin. Once […]