First aid Do's and don'ts of cuts?
Well, first off, clean the cut with a mild soap. Don't just leave it dirty and cover it up with a bandage. After that put an antibiotic on it, like Neosporin, and then you can cover it up with a bandage until the bleeding stops and a scab grows in. After the scab grows in, let it air out so it can heal faster. Well, this might be obvious, but you're not supposed to scratch it or rip the scab off, you'll make it worse and end up with a scar.
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do's: do some cool moves pass to ur own teamate play the ball not the body make sure u have a nice round ball donts fight with anybody on the field shoot on ur own net pass to the other team punch anyone never talk back to the referee make a foul in the penalty box Answer …Do's: Annoy the referee, Punch the opposing players, Score in your own net, Pass to opposing team make sure that you do your best and play for the team . ^ This question is directed to American football. Do not: Run backwards with the ball Tackle the man holding the ball * if he's in the same uniform as you Use your helmet to tackle * It is ok to hit with your helmet if going facemask first and if you're just hitting, such as if you're a linemen, but for tackling no. Punch Kick Drop the ball Fall Tackle the referee Grab anyone's facemask/collar Tackle someone shoulder-to-shin Fall asleep Slap the gleuts of anyone on the opposing team Tackle the coach Spear anyone (tackle headfirst using top of your head) Do: Continue to push forward when hit * if you have the ball Tackle the man holding the ball *if he's in a different uniform than you Use your shoulder to tackle Clothesline Dropkick Grip the ball tightly Trip opposing team * if no one will notice Slap the referee *if he makes a really dumb call Grab the ball when going for a tackle Tackle people so they remember not to run in your direction anymore Stay hyper Slap the gleuts of any teammate that made a good play Tackle the [hot] cheerleader *;) ( Full Answer )
Answer . check out this website, it tells you some do's and don'ts. Hope this helps. http://www.ivillage.co.uk/pregnancyandbaby/pregnancy/nutritionpreg/articles/0,,10_625014,00.html. Answer . You know better than anyone else what your body is capable of, your instinct will always tell you the… truth. If it don't feel right it probably isn't!. People will always tell you shouldn't do this or that, but the reality is only you know!. I have had 4 children, and I have always followed my instincts, and all my children were very healthy.. Make sure though you get all the rest you need, if our tired relax, don't over do yourself...your body is changing during pregnancy and always be aware of that(make a mental note)...if your mood changes, that is only a part of the change, you will return to you after the baby is born. Good Luck!. Answer . Try to keep your body in shape by getting good exercise. ( Full Answer )
Due to the acidity and sugar concentration of different fruits, certain fruit combinations are easier to digest than others. Acid fruits combine well with sub-acid fruits. Sub-acid fruits combine well with sweet. However, acid fruits do not mix well with sweet fruits . Also, because of their partic…ularly high water content, melons are the fastest to digest and therefore should be eaten alone. Fruit Categories Acid : Clementines, cranberries, grapefruit, kiwis, lemons, limes, oranges, pineapples, pomegranates, strawberries, tangerines. Subacid : apples, apricots, berries, cherries, grapes, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums. Sweet : bananas, dates, dried fruit, fresh figs, grapes (Muscat or Thomson), mangoes, papayas. Melons : canary, cantaloupe, casaba, Christmas, honeydew, musk, Persian, watermelon. The interesting thing is if you add a carrier like yogurt, what doesn't seem to go together actually ends up as a great combination. An example: bananas go well with strawberries in a yogurt smoothie. ( Full Answer )
Lab Safety - Dos and Don'ts LAB DOS AND DON'TS . LAB DOS . LAB DON'TS . 1. Know the location of all safety and emergency equipment used in the lab. 2. Know fire drill procedures and lcoations of all exits. 3 . Know the location of the closest telephone. 4. Familiarize yoursel…f with all lab procedures before doing the lab exercise. 5 . Report ALL accidents, hazards or chemical spills to the instructor ( no matter how small ). 6. Keep you work area clean and clutter free. 7. Tie back all long hair and remove dangling jewelry during lab. 8. Always be sure that electrical equipment is turned in the "off" position before plugging it into a socket. 9 . Handle all animals with care . 10. Use extreme care when handling sharp objects. 11. Dispose of all chemicals, broken glass and other lab materials into the proper containers as directed by the instructor. 12. When heating liquids in a test tube, always point the test tube away from other students. 13. Keep all materials away from open flames. SO, here's another answer: . 1. NEVER experiment on your own. 2. Do not eat or drink in the lab room at any time (other than permitted by instructor). 3. Do not chew gum or eat candy during lab exercises. 4. NEVER add water to an acid. 5. Do not wear contacts in the lab without proper eye protection. 6. NEVER smell, taste or touch chemicals. 7. NEVER work in the lab alone. 8. NEVER use electrical equipment around water. 9. NEVER mix chemicals before asking the instructor. 10. NEVER return unused chemicals to the original container. 11. Absolutely NO HORSEPLAY is allowed in the lab area! 12. NEVER leave the lab are without washing your hands.. DONT'S 1. Do NOT bring food or drink and eat in the lab (you don't want to eat chemicals that God knows how got into your hands, right?) 2. Do NOT put knapsacks, or any other big stuffs on the floor so that people can trip on it. Put them in your locker. 3. DON"T ASSUME! Ask if you don't know or even unsure about little thing. BEtter be safe. 4. Do NOT wear excessive jewelry. Keep them in your locker till lab is over. 5. DO NOT wear contacts in the lab, wear your glasses instead. 6. No horseplay please. 7. Do NOT drink the nearest solution when you're thirsty! Sounds stupid but it happens believe it or not 8. NEVER put back chemicals into it's container when you already took it out, take only what's necessary. 9. DON:T run inside the lab please, it'll increase chance of you bumping into a person with hydrochloric acid, big no no. DO's 1. Always wear a lab coat: long armed, knee length, pop button so that when you catch fire, you can easily take it off. 2. For long haired people, tie your hair back! Don't want to catch fire when you bend forward or dip your hair into chemicals. 3. It's a good practice to wash your hands when you enter the lab and when you're about to leave the lab. 4. Know where the fire extinguisher, eyewash station, and MSDS (material safety datasheet) 5. Have one lab book, note down anything in there about your experiment such that anybody who reads it can reproduce that experiment. Be meticulous. 6. ALWAYS wear gloves when dealing with chemicals. 7. Wear goggles when dealing with glasswares and chemicals (we scientist do not have to look cool in the lab, it's not the purpose, better be safe than blind) 8. Read instructions! 9. LABEL stuff! You always want to know what's inside a container, even if it's just water. 10. Wear full clothing please: pants, tied shoes (no flats please for girls), make sure the shoes are fully covering your feet. Hey, I said it, scientists are geeks, no fashion involved. 11. Clean up after you're done please; put the glasswares into the dishwasher if your lab has one, throw away used slides (if instructed so, if not then wash well and air dry), etc. . Hope This Helps.. =] . -zarah =P. ( Full Answer )
Answer . There are no hard and fast rules for dresssing and bandaging wounds as long as the following conditions are met:. 1. Use sterile material or material that is as clean as possible.. 2. Bleeding is controlled.. 3. The dressing is opened carefully and handled in an aseptic manner.. 4. …The dressing adequately covers the wound.. 5. Wounds are bandaged snugly, but not too tightly. Too tight a bandage may interfere with the blood supply and damage surrounding tissue.. 6. There are no loose ends that could get caught on other objects while the patient is being moved.. 7. The bandage is securely tied or fastened in a place so that it will not move.. 8. In bandaging the arms or the legs, leave the tips of the fingers or toes uncovered where possible so that any interference with circulation can be detected.. 9. Always place the body part to be bandaged in the position in which it is to be left. Because swelling frequently follows an injury, a tight bandage may cause serious interference with circulation. On the other hand, a loosely applied bandage may slip off and expose the wound.. 10. If the patient complains that the bandage is too tight, loosen it and make it comfortable but snug. Unless otherwise specified, all knots should be tied over open wounds to help control bleeding. ( Full Answer )
Do's and don'ts in a chemistry lab are pretty self explanatory.Some examples are do not eat in the lab, do pay attention to yourexperiment, and do not blindly mix chemicals.
Only Muslims are allowed to enter Makkah. Visitors should have identity documents and be able to show that they are Muslim. Both male and female visitors should dress modestly. Visitors should not take with them items such as alcohol, pork, and pornography, which are prohibited throughout Saudi Arab…ia. ( Full Answer )
Do's= be yourself, if he doesn't like you for you then forget him, try to get to know him first you never know what the real him is Don't= act like someone that isn't the real you, don't say let's go out when you first meet a boy, tell him about you but not the personal stuff JUST BE YOURSE…LF ( Full Answer )
Keep the visual aids simple. Only a few are necessary. Leave plentyof white space, and only present those points that you will be ableto discuss.
There are key things you do and don't do. For example, DO exercise and eat healthy. That means NOT shutting yourself at home and eating whatever you want. If you like junk food, only eat it occasionally. Also, be happy. Study shows that being moody or depressed can affect your health.
DO: Protect yourself from bloodborne pathogens Remember ABC's Airway - head tilt/chin lift, jaw thrust/modified jaw thrust if it's a traumatic injury Breathing - Breathing? 2 rescue breaths. Breathing? If not, start CPR Circulation - Stop any severe bleeding. Check for a pulse. If it won't stop b…leeding with direct pressure, tourniquet. Reassure the victim 9-1-1 if it's severe, you won't have the resources to properly treat the patient! Flush burns and chemical injuries with lots of cool water DON'T: Move the victim unless necessary Place yourself in danger - if you are dead or injured you're no good to anyone Try to "set" or "reduce" a fracture or dislocation, just immobilize Remove objects stuck in the eye Use burn ointment Wait to call 9-1-1 Most importantly, use your common sense! ( Full Answer )
stop the bleeding, clean the cut out and apply a cold compress to a bruise.
There are a lot of do''s and dont's for blogging, but here a few. Do's . Host your blog using your own domain. . Focus on why you are blogging. . Use seo optimsed themes. . Get along with fellow bloggers. Join blogging communities. . You must have commitment. . Dont's . You do not hav…e to spend a fortune for your blog. . Don't spam other bloggers. . Don't assume you'll earn fast from blogging. . Blogging will not solve your money problems, not that quick. . Don't get frustrated if you don't see traffic immediately. . ( Full Answer )
Clean it (water is fine) apply a topical antibiotic, cover it (a band-aid is fine).
To quote Hippoctates, "First, do no harm." ( Primum non nocere) This means that, whatever you do, you should leave the patient in the same or better shape than when you arrived.. The next equally important caveat is, "No injured rescuers!" In any first aid or rescue procedure, you must take extrem…e care to make sure the rescuers come to no harm. The arithmetic is simple: one rescuer and one victim is better than two victims.. These two principles should be the core of any procedures you enact.. Make sure you have a patient. I recall a time when a friend of mine "rescued" some poor swimmer who was just snorkeling and in no danger at all. By the time my friend started rescue breathing on the "victim", the victim popped him one. :} Make sure the subject is really in need of rescue before starting.. Call for help. Don't yell, "HELP!" -- people don't know what to do. Instead, tell them exactly what you want. "CALL 911!" is a good one. Get at least two people going for help if you can.. Assess Danger. If the patient is lying on the railroad tracks, you have to move them to a safe place before performing rescue. Be wary of chemical and electrical hazards, as well as bodily fluids, before you touch the victim. If you must move the victim, watch out for neck or spinal trauma, and move accordingly.. Next, ABC :. A irway -- is the airway clear? . B reathing -- is the victim breathing? . C irculation -- is the heart beating? . Note that part of circulation is control of bleeding. And it's fair to say that its nearly on a par with ABC, as it won't help if your breathing, well-infused patient bleeds out. Plan on controlling bleeding if necessary.. Note that you can stop almost any bleeding with direct pressure. In almost all cases, tourniquets are a very bad idea. If you do tourniquet, note place and time, and pin the note to the patient. I know medics who have lived a lifetime without needing a tourniquet. Stabilize: Treat for shock -- which in this case means make sure you maintain body temp (if it's cold out, keep them warm; if it's hot out find shade and cool them). You can also put them in a comfortable or effective position. Difficulty breathing may require them to sit up. Faintness may improve if the legs are elevated above the heart. Unconsciousness may do best if they're on their side and head tilted down. Watch for potential spinal/neck trauma! If there's a chance of this, stabilize them so no torsion or shear will be places on the spine or neck.. If you suspect broken bones, this is the time to stabize them -- which means make sure they won't flop around. It doesn't mean splint or reduce fractures.. Evaluation and history. Are they conscious? If not, note how you found them. Guess what happened too. If they are conscious, see if they're oriented in place and time. Who are you? What day is it? What year? Who's president? Do you know what happened to you? Note how coherent they are.. If they're reasonably coherent, find out what happened, and if you can, make notes.. Ask about medicine they're taking, conditions they have, allergies, etc.. Don't just leave; turn the responsibility over. After you've performed treatment, make sure you turn the vicitm over to the next caregiver. Be prepared to give a report to them detailing what's transpired. Make certain they take over responsibility and that you've conveyed all important information before leaving.. NOTE: This is a super-brief summary of do's and don't's. I haven't included everything by any means, as I'd still be writing at sundown... next month. Feel free to add to this.. Answer . There are alot of new do's in admitting first aid to someone that is in danger.. DO check if their airway is clear and tilt their head back.. DO check for breathing, if not, coimmence rescue breathing.. DO check for signs of circulation, if absent start CPR.. DONT move the person too much if you know they could have spinal injuries.. ( Full Answer )
Depending on the size of the cut you may have to apply pressure while you get a wet cloth or towel. Wipe the cut clean and apply disinfectant. Last, apply a bandaid.
DO immobilze and protect the site. . DO pad any immobilizing device or splint. . DON'T try to reduce a fracture in the field unless you're literally days away from help. . DO consider pain control unless you'll reach an ER in the next 30 minutes or so. . DO Icepack. 10 minutes on; 10 minutes off… -- the idea is to chill it hard and fast without freezing the skin. . DO control bleeding from a compound fracture. Also bandage the injury point to minimize contamination. . DON'T try to straigten the limb. . DON'T as the patient to move the limb or extremties distal to the break -- if you need a neurological assessment confine it to sensory nerves -- leave the motor nerves for the ER. . DON'T let the patient put weight on the wound site, directly or indirectly, unless you can't transport and the patient needs to help move (wilderness first aid). . DON'T try to decide if it's a sprain or a fracture in the field unless it'll make a difference in your treatment (i.e. if you're transporting, and can reach care soon, don't even try to tell. If you're days from help, that's different, but exceeds the scope of this answer). ( Full Answer )
DO treat the silent people first instead of the screaming DO remember if you are not qualified to help on a persific injury, don't try. DO contact 999/911 DO keeps pressure on ALL wounds DON'T put yourself at risk DON'T move people with a back problem DON'T lift the legs of someone who has bee…n shot ( Full Answer )
first aid is needed for a cut because HIV can spread from person to person through cuts. If you don't seek medical advice once you hav HIV, it can turn into AIDS and there has not been a cute found for AIDS yet so you have a fair chance of dieing. First aid is also needed for cuts and bacteria can e…nter your body through cuts. ( Full Answer )
I have been running my own graphic web site for the last 6 and a half years and there are quite a few things I have tried that have worked and failed. I hope this list helps you. Here is some general advice that incorporates your "dos" and "don'ts" -Have a catchy website name, obviously if it'…s for a business it'd be the business name, but if its for a personal portfolio or your own little blog having a catchy name can attract people to your site. Good examples for graphics design sites are "The Forgotten Lair, DeCode, Paint Splatter," some bad ones I came across were, "Dna GraphiX, Blueness" You want the title to reflect what your site is about, but also add sense of mystery so that a person gets intrigued to click your site link. - Have a good layout! This one is import as a site layout is your first impression of your site. Make sure your text is not too light, you want the viewer to read your stuff. Also, avoid using a layout that has extremely bright colours everywhere, like neon green or hot pink, as this will hurt the viewer's eyes and most likely make them leave your site. Other things to consider with your layout is "how fast does it load." Make sure your header images are saved in a high resolution .jpg file so that they can load onto the viewer's computer faster. If the layout takes too long to load the viewer may lose their patience and leave your site. Also ask yourself "how accessible is my content." For example if you and running a graphic design site, "can the viewer find all your graphics easily. Are your graphics organized in some manner?" It is important how organized your navigational area is because if the viewer can't find your content they are again most likely to leave. -Put quality over quantity in your work. Whether you run a blog, or a portfolio site, or even a graphic design site. Viewers respect work that is of high quality and shows effort. this shows the viewer you know what you are doing and will make the viewer come back to your site. Don't worry about quantity of stuff you have on your site, it will accumulate in time. -Finally, update regularly. If you update your site on a regular basis ( the minimum should be around 3 times a year) your viewers will come back, but if you don't update frequently people may consider your site "dead" and not want to visit it. Don't get discouraged if your site doesn't do as well as you hoped, keep trying and changes things until it works. ( Full Answer )
Do not shake or tip the head. Do not drink alcohol or take drugs such as aspirin or Ibuprofen. Do not touch the injected area.
Clean the wound with a disinfectant Dry it cover it with a dressing and if it seems too deep or wont stop bleeding take it to a doctor to have a look at.
try to move or climb to a higher surface...like a hill or so. its not the best idea to try to escape in a car if a flood is coming fast because the water is so fast sometimes that the car can be swept away and can crash into something.
There are no do's or dont's. It all depend on the fish and the situation. Dont get me wrong, dont like poke a stick in the water and hope to catch anything, but other that that , it all depends on the fish and the place
Some do's for folk dancing are to stay toward the outside lane ifdancing faster. Do make eye contact, but don't stare. Don't graspthe elbow with the thumb on top because it will bruise the otherpartner being danced with. Do tuck the thumb along the index fingerwhen grabbing the elbow.
Do's Just be yourself, you want them to honestly like you for you Ask about the other person (but not too personal) just hobbies and stuff Make sure to always keep the conversation going, but let the other talk Make sure the other feels comfortable Dress nicely, but make it a fun date Dont be afra…id to take them on a spontaneous date, you know, other than the obvious dinner and movies Dont's Dont be too pushy Dont talk about past girlfriends/boyfriends Dont be perverted Dont try and get to personal, it might freak them out Dont tell lies to impress them, definitly a turn off ( Full Answer )
One of the most basic rules, whenever possible, is to praise in public and chastise in private. . Avoid humiliating those that work for you. . Don't just tell someone they are doing it all wrong. Give them suggestions to build and improve. Also tell them what they are doing right. . If you fe…el like you are ready to blow your top, and the conversation can wait, then wait. . Make sure you are someone your people can trust. Don't tell them something will be in confidence if you know before you say it that it will not. Carry through on things you tell them you are going to do. . Know what your people are doing, but try not to micromanage if it can be helped. . Let people work their task from beginning to end without reassigning whenever possible. A sense of accomplishment is a huge morale booster. ( Full Answer )
You've probably heard this before: it's about the relationship. Anyone who says that is just saying that God created us for relationship with Him. Yes, He wants us to follow instructions (the Bible's here partly so we know what those are), but if we don't, He'll still love us just as much as if we w…ere perfect. So the question really is how do I build a relationship with my savior? ( Full Answer )
All that I know is that do not address the waiter as "un garcon" meaning boy which was previously commonly used, now it is considered rude and you should instead address them "monsieur" or mr./sir in English
Do: Control your blood sugar Consume more vegetables and fruits Follow a meal plan Do not: Use food as an emotional friend Over consume carbohydrates
Do's and Don't's. Do...Clear your screen and clean up after yourself. . Do...Hang up your headphones and push in your chairs as you leave. . Do...Raise your hand and wait to be called on to speak. . Do...Respect property and people. . Do...Keep trying and do your best. . Don't...Alter the mac…hines in any way. . Don't...Rest your feet on the inside of your desk. . Don't...Go to games unless given permission. . Don't...Put in your mouth or chew on the headphone chords. . Don't...Ever give up. . Don't..use mobile phones inside the computer lab . ( Full Answer )
1.Make sure the plug is removed, safety first! 2.Don't touch anything unless you are grounded Static electricity can cause damage to electronics, according to howstuffworks: The way you eliminate static elec tricity is by grounding yourself . There are lots of ways to ground yourself, but… probably the easiest is to wear a grounding bracelet on your wrist. Then you connect the bracelet to something grounded (like a copper pipe or the center screw on a wall outlet's face plate). By connecting yourself to ground, you eliminate the possibility of static shock. ( Full Answer )
If you are looking to start coding HTML here are some do's and don'ts of basic coding: 1.unless it will show up on your webpage do not use capitals 2.know what tags have to be finished and what tags don't 3.only use spaces inside a tag when it is required 4.the most important rule of all is PRACTICE… ( Full Answer )
DO the following immediately: 1.Go indoors. Stay inside. 2.Switch on the radio/television and look out for public announcements from your local authority. 3.Close doors/windows. 4.Cover all food, water and consume only such covered items. 5.If in the open, cover your face and body with a wet… handkerchief, towel, dhoti or sari. Return home, change/remove clothes. Have a complete wash and use fresh clothing. 6.Extend full cooperation to local authorities and obey their instructions completely -- be it for taking medication, evacuation, etc. The government has also issued five DON'TS. They are: 1.Do not panic. 2.Do not believe in rumours passed on by word of mouth from one person to another. 3.Do not stay outside/or go outside. 4.As far as possible, AVOID water from open wells/ponds; exposed crops and vegetables; food, water or milk from outside. 5.Do not disobey any instruction of the district or civil defence authorities who would be doing their best to ensure the safety of you, your family and your property. ( Full Answer )
Apply pressure until the bleeding stops then bandage it. If it is too large of a cut or deep of a cut you may need stitches.
There is controversy over the use of topical antiseptics in the treatment of minor cuts. It is known that common antiseptics (hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol) cause additional cell death and therefore may increase wound healing time. Never apply such antiseptics to a deep or gushing wound. Soa…p and water is ideal for cleaning a minor wound, and a more benign antiseptic such as benzalkonium chloride is often preferable to rubbing alcohol or hydrogen peroxide. Additionally, dressing the wound with double or triple antibiotic ointment may help to prevent infection. Consider the use of a triple antibiotic, as some people have an allergy to neomycin, which is often the additional active ingredient in these ointments. If treatment is delayed, such as in a wilderness setting, debridement (removal of dirt and particles) may be necessary. Since this is very uncomfortable, it is generally only performed in a setting where infection is a risk due to the increased length of time until treatment is available. The American Heart Association's First Aid curriculum addresses minor cuts only in the category of bleeding. The protocol is: -Wear gloves -Apply gauze -Apply pressure -Apply more gauze if needed to control the bleeding. -Never remove gauze directly from the wound, as this may increase bleeding If a cut is severe enough to require bleeding control, do not focus on cleaning the wound since it will need to be cleaned thoroughly prior to receiving stitches or wound dressing. Seek additional training in bleeding control for more severe cuts. ( Full Answer )
Only don't's. Do not move the person. If need be place your hands around his face and move with his shoulders. Put him on a so called TRAUMA BOARD which is a hard board that the person is kept strapped to until X-RAYS are done. No test is enough to exam is enough to exclude injury
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If it is severe, call 911. Determine if the burn is a type 1(redness), type 2(blisters), type 3(charred skin) or electrical. Do not apply any water, gels or ointments or attempt to remove clothing from a type 3 or electrical burn. You can put water on a type 1-2 burn.
do's 1. wear a proper uniform(laboratory gown, gloves etc.) don't s 1. play. 2. dont use broken vials/flasks
There aren't really any do's and don'ts. Just make it look the way you want it so you know where everything is. Generally I highlight something I'm not sure about, such as spelling or the way a phrase a particular sentence.
there are alot of things you dont want to do just remeber every thing you eat and drink the baby will eat and drink the same and do not smoke or be around people who smoke
Don't pour water over the person's face. This could trigger a reflex to inhale which can result in the persons drowning. If the person is vomiting or has anything in mouth - do not ignore this. Anything that can affect the person's ability to breath freely should be dealt with immediately.
There are many different types of open wound's: Abrasion - Friction Incision - Slice Laceration - Rip Puncture - Hole Crush - Impact Avulsion - Flap Evisceration - Intestines protruding Amputation - Cut off or Pulled off Decapitation - Head off
Wash it out with an appropiate antiseptic wipe, then place a plaster or other dressing upon it. If no wipes are available, wash out with water. If no plasters are available, bandage up with cloth and buy plasters at the nearest opportunity.
It is a big issue that is hard to summarize in a short answer. However, it is better to refer to the Quran sayings below (with meaning translated in English): [ Say, "Come, I will recite what your Lord has prohibited to you. [He commands] that you not associate anything with Him, and to parents, g…ood treatment, and do not kill your children out of poverty; We will provide for you and them. And do not approach immoralities - what is apparent of them and what is concealed. And do not kill the soul which Allah has forbidden [to be killed] except by [legal] right. This has He instructed you that you may use reason. And do not approach the orphan's property except in a way that is best until he reaches maturity. And give full measure and weight in justice. We do not charge any soul except [with that within] its capacity. And when you testify, be just, even if [it concerns] a near relative. And the covenant of Allah fulfill. This has He instructed you that you may remember. And, [moreover], this is My path, which is straight, so follow it; and do not follow [other] ways, for you will be separated from His way. This has He instructed you that you may become righteous.] (6: 151-153] and Quran says: [ Do not make [as equal] with Allah another deity and [thereby] become censured and forsaken. (22) And your Lord has decreed that you not worship except Him, and to parents, good treatment. Whether one or both of them reach old age [while] with you, say not to them [so much as], "uff," and do not repel them but speak to them a noble word. (23) And lower to them the wing of humility out of mercy and say, "My Lord, have mercy upon them as they brought me up [when I was] small." (24) Your Lord is most knowing of what is within yourselves. If you should be righteous [in intention] - then indeed He is ever, to the often returning [to Him], Forgiving. (25) And give the relative his right, and [also] the poor and the traveler, and do not spend wastefully. (26) Indeed, the wasteful are brothers of the devils, and ever has Satan been to his Lord ungrateful. (27) And if you [must] turn away from the needy awaiting mercy from your Lord which you expect, then speak to them a gentle word. (28) And do not make your hand [as] chained to your neck or extend it completely and [thereby] become blamed and insolvent. (29) Indeed, your Lord extends provision for whom He wills and restricts [it]. Indeed He is ever, concerning His servants, Acquainted and Seeing. (30) And do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them and for you. Indeed, their killing is ever a great sin. (31) And do not approach unlawful sexual intercourse. Indeed, it is ever an immorality and is evil as a way. (32) And do not kill the soul which Allah has forbidden, except by right. And whoever is killed unjustly - We have given his heir authority, but let him not exceed limits in [the matter of] taking life. Indeed, he has been supported [by the law]. (33) And do not approach the property of an orphan, except in the way that is best, until he reaches maturity. And fulfill [every] commitment. Indeed, the commitment is ever [that about which one will be] questioned. (34) And give full measure when you measure, and weigh with an even balance. That is the best [way] and best in result. (35) And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Indeed, the hearing, the sight and the heart - about all those [one] will be questioned. (36) And do not walk upon the earth exultantly. Indeed, you will never tear the earth [apart], and you will never reach the mountains in height. (37) All that - its evil is ever, in the sight of your Lord, detested. (38)] (17: 22-38]. Refer to questions below for more information. . ( Full Answer )
When traveling in Brazil, be sure tovisit all of the hotspots to get the most of the trip. On thecontrary, do not drink the local water or eating in suspiciousplace to avoid getting any bugs or parasites.
Get into an open area away from tall buildings. Earthquakes donot kill you , things falling on you do. . If you are near the sea, get to high ground as soon aspossible, there may be a following Tsunami. . Remember there are likely to be aftershocks.
Use Band Aid Brand Bandages. Visit the facebook page for Band AidBrand Bandages, and observe the cover photo of the dad anddaughter, it's darling. South Jersey rocker Darin Geltzer named hisband, Matching Bandages, in honour of Band Aid Brand Bandages. Insummary, for cuts.. and scrapes... be sure to… use Band Aid BrandBandages. ( Full Answer )
Cleaning a cut with an antiseptic, and then covering the cut with abandage or sticking plaster, will keep the cut clean and helpprevent infection of the wound.