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HK 280 Spring 2008 Poison Control Checklist Name: ____________________________________Division: ___________ Date: _____________ Directions: Go through your living environment and check for anything that can be poisonous to you and your family/friends. Assume that there are children, pets, and senior citizens in your home. Look for substances which can be inhaled, ingested, absorbed, or injected. Remember to check food sources, medicine cabinets, cleaning supplies, garages, basements, appliances, and yards. Once an item is identified, please describe how you would eliminate the possibility of poisoning. Due Friday March 7 th at 5:00 p.m. ITEMS FOUND: HOW TO PREVENT POSSIBLE POISONING: Kitchen Living rooms Bedrooms Bathrooms Laundry Room Outdoors & Other Areas
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HK 280 Spring 2008 Sports Injury Assignment Select a favorite physical activity.  Using your textbook, the internet, and other books as  references, identify at least  3  injuries associated with your chosen physical activity.  For each injury 
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Unformatted text preview: include the signs and symptoms, the appropriate first aid care and preventative measures. Write a paragraph detailing why you selected that activity and the specific injuries as well as how you conducted your search and the sources that you used for your information. 1-2 pages, double spaced. Due Friday March 7 th at 5:00 p.m. Sample Outline: Introduction a) Activity chosen & why b) Injuries chosen & why c) How you conducted your search Injury 1 a) Signs & symptoms b) First aid care c) Preventative measures Injury 2 a) Signs & symptoms b) First aid care c) Preventative measures Injury 3 a) Signs & symptoms b) First aid care c) Preventative measures Conclusion a) What you learned during your search b) How you will be prevent these injuries c) How you will be more prepared in the future...
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