Do you ever think about avoiding accidents? We don’t like to believe it, but so many of our ills are self-inflicted. Part of being self-empowered as relates to health is understanding where the dangers are. After all, common things happen commonly! Of course, having this knowledge helps prevent injuries.
According to 2017 data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, accidents (meaning unintentional injuries) are the third leading cause of deaths in the US. However, it is the number one cause of death in every age group from 1 to 44 years old.
This next post in the Straight, No Chaser empowerment series gives you some basics. If you focus on these in the midst of everything you do, you will be pleased with the outcome – or should we say the lack of negative outcomes!
Straight, No Chaser Resources on Avoiding Accidents
Here are some posts to help empower you. They’re simple, effective and to the point. They cover a wide variety of the most common types of accidents that cause death and disability.
- Tips for Surviving Motor Vehicle Collisions
- ER Visits Exploding Among Kids From Accidental Overdoses
- Avoiding Sports Injuries
- Residential Fires
- First Steps to Take If Someone Gets Poisoned
- An Overview of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses
- Quick Tips on Elderly Falls
- Avoiding the Most Frequent Causes of Death
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