Nosebleeds happen, but how do you know what’s a “wait it out” bleed versus a “go to the ER” bleed? We break it down.
Should you take a daily aspirin? It depends on your risk factors and medical history, as only people with a previous history of heart-related problems or conditions should take daily aspirin
Accidents happen all the time, from your child’s latest boo-boo to a co-worker’s on-the-job injury to slicing your finger while chopping veggies, so knowing how to stop the bleeding is key.
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