1. 10% OFF Memorial Day Week Long Sale!
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    10% OFF Memorial Day Week Long Sale!

    Extended through Midnight tonight, for those of you that missed it over the weekend! Get ready for summer and stay safe. Stock up on Outdoor First Aid, Sunscreen, Insect Repellent & Relief & even Burn Care First Aid for grilling and campfire safety! 10% off Site-Wide*. Add code "FREEDOM" in your shopping cart! Also, learn the History of Memorial Day...
  2. Hot Times
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    Hot Times

    It is only June and we’re already experiencing record temperatures in the Pacific Northwest, the Weather Channel says Record highs will be threatened later this week as temperatures climb into the upper 90s and low 100s in the Plains, Midwest and South.... and predictions call for a hot, hot, hot summer nationwide! While the sunny days are great for all-day...
  3. Categories: Outdoor Safety & Children's First Aid


    We know better, yet nevertheless, we chase the sun in an effort to achieve that golden, glowing tan. Workers, too, get sunburned often for lack of protection, rather than pursuit of vanity. Why? We know it causes cancer. Hm... Unsurprisingly, women tend to use more protection than men... much of this can be attributed to SPF factors of many modern...
  4. Categories: Healthy Living Tips, Info News, Things that make you go Hmmm..., Basic First Aid Information & Children's First Aid

    Does Higher SPF Mean More Protection From the Sun?

    100 SPF sunblock, just really isn't going to offer 3+ times more sun protection or safety than a broad spectrum SPF 30... it just ain't. Everyone needs protection from UV rays, this is common knowledge these days. But with so many options, what’s the right sunscreen to use? Sunscreen needs to have a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least...
  5. Categories: Burn, Healthy Living Tips & Children's First Aid

    Keeping your Family Safe in the Sun on Vacation

    So your summer holiday that you and your family have been waiting for all year round, is finally here. However in and amongst all the excitement of going on holiday, it is also important to consider your families safety and well-being. Here are just a few pointers of how to keep your family safe on holiday… Sun cream See all...
  6. Categories: Burn, Healthy Living Tips, Info News & Children's First Aid

    What is the BEST Sunscreen? Do "Natural" Sunscreens actually work?

    Since it is still UV Safety Month, we'd like to share some helpful information about choosing the best sunscreen for your needs... Which sunscreen should I use? Use a sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 15 or higher. Sunscreens come in many forms, including ointments, creams, gels, lotions, wax sticks, and sprays. Now you can even get great...
  7. Categories: Burn, Healthy Living Tips, Info News & Children's First Aid

    The Symptoms of Heat Disorders and Summer Safety Rules

    Summertime has so many exciting opportunities and activities. Enjoy them all but do it sensibly. Prepare with electrolytes,  liquids, sunscreen and a good summer first aid kit - the hit it and enjoy, but do it safely! As Weather Ready Nation Ambassadors, we'd like to share some guidelines from NOAA: Summer Weather Safety and Survival Summer Safety Rules Your National...
  8. Categories: Healthy Living Tips, Info News & Children's First Aid

    July is UV Safety Month

    It’s just being smart The skin is the body's largest organ. It protects against cold, heat, sunlight, injury, and infection. Yet, some of us don't consider the necessity of protecting the skin from overexposure to the sun. Find out your UV IQ Just visit to find out more—and take our interactive quiz to find out how much you know about...
  9. Categories: Burn, Healthy Living Tips, Info News, Things that make you go Hmmm..., Basic First Aid Information & Children's First Aid

    Don't Fry Day

    Blazing Hot! Today is Don't Fry Day Check out the Don't Fry Day Resources  Over exposure to UV radiation damages your skin, causes premature aging and can lead to skin cancer.   Interesting Fact... Each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of cancers of the breast, prostate, lung and colon. Don't Fry Day The...
  10. Categories: Info News, Basic First Aid Information & Children's First Aid

    Sun Protection

    Basic Information About Skin Cancer Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. The two most common types of skin cancer—basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas—are highly curable. However, melanoma, the third most common skin cancer, is more dangerous. About 65%–90% of melanomas are caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. For more information, visit...

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