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Clarify: Hot water can burn. In the house with small children it is recommended to have the thermostat on the hot water heater decreased to 120 degrees to prevent burns. This prevents burns. Don't jut get in a tub of hot water if you haven't tested to see how hot it is. Basically common sense. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a chemical compound with the formula h2o, containing 1 oxygen & 2 hydrogen atoms. It is a liquid at temperatures above 0'c at sea level. It covers 71% of the earth's surface & is vital for all life forms. Drinking water is essential, even though it contains no calories & no organic nutrients. It is a universal solvent with many uses, such as drinking, agriculture, ...Read more
Not really any: Bottled water is watched to make sure there aren't any obvious contaminants (lead, bacteria, etc) but not really to make sure it's pure or that there aren't trace minerals, sediment, or even the contents are what they say they are. It's not a drug, and as such is subject to standards for foods, such as a certain number of bug parts are ok, etc. Bottled water is not much cleaner truthfully than tap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not too young: You get out in the water with them, and teach them to swim. Or if you don't know how yourself, you get them lessons with somebody who does. You also want to lock access to pools so that they don't go in them alone. Here's a good information resource for you: http://www.Safekids.Org/safety-basics/safety-resources-by-risk-area/drowning/?Gclid=ck7q7oop57acfukaqgodtfbr4w. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: There are federal standards for safety, but the basic quality of the water varies greatly and the amout of chemicals added or already in them varies. There are a number of companies that will test your local water for safety and filter recommendations. Your local water quality is public information and avail. Directly from your city or other web sites. ...Read more
Safe? yes needed? no: Plastic bottles from deer park or aquafina are fine for single use. However, there is nothing inherently safer about bottled water that you can't get from your tap. Especially if you have a refrigerator filter or a faucet filter like brita. It's much more economical for you and the environment to have a special stainless steel thermos they can use, or bpa free plastic one. ...Read more
I am attempting to water fast I figured I'd ask someone with a lot of experience for tips and safety lessons to do this safely and correct. ?
Masterbation twice a week, safety procedure or a healthy living. What is the best method after ejaculation? Cleaning using warm water and?
Your choice: It doesn't matter. It's not like disposing of toxic waste and doesn't cause global warming. Just don't leave a mess on the furniture. ...Read more
Rinsed safety pin with warm water (had been sitting on my deck for over a week.) Pricked myself w/pin 3x &drew blood. Could this cause HIV infection?
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