Bush gives safety, health tips during reading program

 

Kerry Ferguson - Kimball Health Services

Dr. Trevor Bush, left, spoke on safety and health last week during the weekly summer reading program held at the Kimball Public Library. The program is held weekly.

What does it take to become a doctor? 

"About 15 years of school and a whole lot of work," Dr. Trevor Bush told about 50 children and parents at the Kimball Public Library's Summer Reading Program.  "But it's well worth it for all of the people you get to help when you're done."

Dr. Bush told the children how to make their own first aid kit and handed out Kimball Health Services band-aid dispensers. What to do in case of cut, how to prevent frostbite, and how to treat a sprained ankle were among the topics covered.  But perhaps foremost was Dr. Bush's advice about preventing head injurie...



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