Trust your instincts

Trust your instincts

Tuesday, October 04, 2016


Little Lives First Aid


  1. 24 May, 2019
    Accidental Poisoning
    One of the most common reasons for children to be taken to A&E? Accidental poisoning. In the UK alone approximately 28,000 children are admitted to hospital every year for poisoning or suspected poisoning. Most of them are under 5 years old, a famously inquisitive age bracket, and one that carries a limited sense of danger or self-preservation! It therefore falls to us to effectively child-proof our homes and educate our children on the risks at the earliest opportunity. What is a poison? A
  2. First Aid tips for the Summer
    01 Jul, 2018
    First Aid tips for the Summer
    The summer holidays are nearly here; time to spend some quality time with the kids and hopefully enjoy some lovely weather! However, it is important we are prepared in these summer months as it tends to be a peak time for accidental injuries to occur. We also have certain risks that the hot weather can bring, especially for babies and children. So here are some tips and advice on how to keep your child safe: 1.       Remember your first aid kit! Make sure it is well stocked and that everything
  3. The Fear of Choking
    04 Oct, 2016
    The Fear of Choking
    Fact: many parents are so worried about the possibility of their baby choking that they are reluctant to introduce lumps or finger foods into their baby’s diet. I should know – they told me themselves. It’s also a fact that babies and young children are more vulnerable to choking because they have a smaller windpipe (about the same diameter as a drinking straw). They are also more vulnerable because they are learning how to chew and swallow, and because they put everything in their mouths