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First aid Fainting By Mayo Clinic Staff Fainting occurs when your brain temporarily doesn't receive enough blood supply, causing you to lose consciousness.
First aid Nosebleeds: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Nosebleeds are common.
First aid Hypothermia: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Hypothermia occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat and your body temperature falls below 95 F (35 C).
First aid Bruise: First aid How to administer first aid for a bruise By Mayo Clinic Staff A bruise forms when a blow breaks blood vessels near your ...
First aid Blisters: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff If a blister isn't too painful, try to keep it intact.
First aid Sprain: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Your ligaments are tough, elastic-like bands that connect bone to bone and hold your joints in place.
First aid Gastroenteritis: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Gastroenteritis is an inflammation of your stomach and intestines.
First aid Poisoning: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Poisoning is injury or death due to swallowing, inhaling, touching or injecting various drugs, chemicals, venoms or gases.
First aid Severe bleeding: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff For severe bleeding, take these first-aid steps and reassure the injured person.
First aid Spider bites: First aid By Mayo Clinic Staff Most spider bites cause only minor injury.
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