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I have red hair. I'm going to turkey for 3 weeks. Any sun safety advice please. I'd like to tan as much as possible. Any tips would be appreciated.
Just dont burn: If you are very fair skinned, then i would be cautious abut getting any significant summer sun in turkey without a strong block. However, if you are going to try, i would put on block (around spf 50) about 10 minutes after you go in the sun. If you do not burn, try waiting 15 then 20 etc. *. ...Read more
Safety is a topic that includes recommendations for making the home and outdoor environments safe, especially for kids. This topic includes ideas on childproofing cabinets, keeping dangerous items locked up, ensuring balconies and stairs are safe, covering wiring and outlets, fencing off pools, staying away from cars, watching ...Read more
LLumar: You can google www.Llumar.Com to find out about this product. The side and back windows are the most important since they allow 60% of uva rays in. ...Read more
Will looking in to the sun directly many times for a few secs when doing sunset photography harm my eyes? Any tips on eye safety?
Sunset photos: Starring at the sun for any time period or at any point can be harmful Suggest you line up your camera, and set on automatic, then sort out shot you want. Just to be sure. ...Read more
Tai Chi: Hopefully you have discussed this with your physician. Without knowing what places you at risk and if you have any physical limitations, i can suggest tai chi. Tai chi is slow movement...And studies show repeatedly that it improves balance and decreases risk of falling. See if you can locate a tai chi teacher in your area (it is better to learn from a teacher rather than a video). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In an active shooting, what's the most efficient or safest way to drag your wounded friend to safety?
First of all by not : dragging! Identify where the wound and bleeding are occurring. If there's a broken neck, it has to be stabilized, or you could cause him to be para or quadriplegic if his neck is broken and spinal cord is injured. If bullet wound, find the area and try to stop the bleeding with pressure or tourniquet.Enlist help as it may take two people to transport him to safety in a makeshift lift.Triage first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nanoparticles: The concern is whether the nanoparticles can be absorbed through the skin an into the blood streamthey are not consideredto be a safety risk. ...Read more
Safety first: Know your grill. Be sure equipment is not broken. Know how to safely light a propane grill. Do not have grills in closed areas...They need ventilation. Keep small children away. Do not squirt lighter fluid on a burning charcoal fire as the fire can follow the fluid back up in to the bottle and burn you. Best not to do anything drunk...Including grilling. ...Read more
Safety: Be alert and be careful. Choose where you go very carefully and stay away from places where people are drinking or can become careless. Do not drink or take recreational drugs. Choose your friends carefully and go out with trusted friends only. Always think safety and take care of yourself. ...Read more
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