Home > Medical > First aid > Safety first Safety first All sections in First Aid » About First Aid » Bites and Stings » Breathing Emergencies » Burns » Crime » Drowning » Eye Injuries » FAqs » Head & Spinal Injuries » Health Tips » Heat Emergencies & Hypothermia » Multimedia » First Aid News » Real-life Story » Removing Foreign Objects » Safety First » Shock » Medical Emergencies » Sprains, Fractures and Dislocations » The Basics » Unconsciousness » Wounds & Bleeding Summer water fun: safety comes first Water safety should come first this summer, especially when it involves your kids. How to prevent injuries in the bathroom It isn’t easy for some of us to get around our bathrooms for fear of slipping on something wet, or struggling to get into our showers. Crime: Are you making yourself a target? Many criminals are quite disorganised and they wander around in search of potential victims. Here's how not to become one. Assess Am I at risk of a stroke? » Join Parenting Forum » Ask CyberDoc » Quiz Would you survive disaster? » Vinnie Jones' hard and fast hands-only CPR Breathe for me Hit the road - safely Do these twelve things and you stand a good chance of not becoming one of the many accident statistics on the roads. Lightning safety tips Lightning is probably the most underrated natural hazard. Thunderstorms are frequent events, and death from lightning strikes is not uncommon. Know the latest expert safety tips. Child safety not just good luck Childhood injuries are preventable and keeping children safe is not just due to “good luck”. Here are a few important safety tips. Is your friend's home safe for your child? Holiday time is visiting time. You may be extra careful about making your home safe for your child, but is your child safe when you visit other people’s houses? Your guide to safety at sea: poisonous marine animals When eaten, poisonous marine animals can make you ill, and may even cause muscular paralysis and death Is your home a death trap? Every day people get hurt, sometimes fatally, in their own homes. How safe is your family in your home? Teaching your teen to drive If you've decided to be the one who teaches your teen to drive, the American Automobile Association offers these guidelines. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.