The first bite to the hand of a loved one is often painful.
And the pain of the bite can lead to more severe complications like pneumonia and heart disease.
And there is a good chance that the worst pain and most complications of a life-threatening infection can be avoided if the right treatment and support is available.
But how do we prevent a first bite and help our loved ones recover from an infection?
The good news is that our bodies are designed to heal from injury and we are always working to improve our ability to do so.
For the next three months, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best and most effective ways to keep your loved one safe from a life infection.
What is a life threat?
A life threat is a physical injury that threatens your health and safety, and may require medical treatment.
For example, a broken ankle can cause your foot to swell and potentially cause swelling and bleeding.
A car accident can cause damage to your brain, which can result in permanent neurological damage and brain damage.
Even if your loved ones do not require medical care, your own body is likely to be at risk of contracting life-sustaining infections as well as the spread of bacteria.
And while most people can recover from a severe life-endangering infection, some people may have to endure prolonged hospitalization or even die from complications caused by a life threatening infection.
How to get the help you need for a life threatened infection: Find out what support is needed to protect your loved person from a deadly infection.
Learn how to get an infection-free lifestyle by making healthy lifestyle choices and practicing good hygiene.
The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provide useful information on life-ending infections, including the most common types, treatment options, and costs.
This resource provides an overview of how life-long infections affect the United States, as well the types of infections and treatments available and the best way to get started.