by Dr. Charmagne Anne Sunico
Published on February 3, 2020
It's best to always be prepared. Especially when it comes to emergencies. Here are a few suggestions on what should be in your first aid kit:
Red Cross also suggests having a first aid manual in the kit and have your family and personal histories of all family members too. Personal history includes any allergies and medical conditions, while family history enumerates what conditions run in the family and who has them. Keep track of expiry dates and replace those that are near expiry.
Let us remember that being prepared for any eventuality is good. Forewarned is forearmed!