How Your Phone Can Save Your Life

How Your Phone Can Save Your Life

Your smartphone is not only good whilst it’s working but can also be a valuable survival tool when it’s not. Today we are going to look at both options and how that smartphone in your pocket, could possibly be your most valuable piece of survival gear. If Your Phone Is Working Other than simply calling the Emergency Services, your smartphone can offer more help than might otherwise be expected, ranging from simply understanding how they…

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How to Survive a Heart Attack

How to Survive a Heart Attack

The symptoms of a heart attack can vary from person to person but if sure that a heart attack is occurring, every second counts. The problem is that when people experience the symptoms, they don’t know how to react or what to do. They think that they may just be having indigestion and so to avoid possible embarrassment, they fail to call emergency services. According the HeartUK, somebody in the UK will have a heart…

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How to Survive a Dog Attack

How to Survive a Dog Attack

I love dogs, they truly are loyal companions but they can also be very dangerous. Now, I don’t believe for one second that any dog is born aggressive, it is down to the owner and how they bring that dog up. By knowing how to react in a dog attack, it could end up saving your life or that of somebody else. Pit bulls have a reputation for being dangerous but you need to remember…

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How to Prevent and Put Out a Grease Fire

It takes only a matter of seconds for a grease fire to get out of hand and in order to stop them, it takes some quick thinking on your part. A grease fire occurs when the oil gets too hot leading to it igniting. Different oils burn at different temperatures (called the flash point), but every oil you can buy is capable of catching on fire. Never attempt to put out a grease fire with water. You…

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How to Escape a Sinking Car

How to Escape a Sinking Car

Last year alone, there were 242 accidental deaths in water according to the Water Incidents Database. Only a small percentage of those involved cars. Drowning cars may be fairly rare but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen. Staying Safe It all starts with some basic safety advice. Whenever possible, don’t park too close to rivers, canals, or other large areas of water. Make sure that you put the handbrake on and leave the car in…

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