There&#39;s no substitute for proper CPR training, but this video shows the bare bones of CPR -- push on the chest hard and fast until someone tells you to stop. There are some tips to help get the right rate of chest pushes and a reminder to call 911.This is the gold standard of choking treatment. It&#39;s a little like shooting the cork out of a pop gun -- just squeeze a little and pop ... out comes the offending chunk of steak.Is it a serious burn or something minor? Learn to tell the difference, handle the minor stuff at home, and call in the big guns when things go badly.Take care of those minor wounds at home, and at least clean and bandage the deeper cuts before you head to the emergency department. Of course, if the bleeding doesn&#39;t stop then it&#39;s all about 911.Adults and kids both are likely to get nosebleeds. It&#39;s usually a minor thing in kids, but it can be a really big deal in adults. Regardless of the age group, the steps to staunch the blood flow are the same.Putting out a fire is dangerous work, which is the reason we used a real firefighter. If you decide to douse the flames yourself, this video shows how to use that fire extinguisher. It includes tips on choosing your extinguisher, too.Kind of like take-your-kid-to-the-office meets <em>Pimp My Ride</em>. Let me show you around my workspace, complete with flashing lights and wailing sirens.Anti-inflammatory drugs, painkillers -- what do you choose? This video explains the differences and gives tips on when to use one type of pain reliever over another.If things go horribly wrong, this video gives tips on planning your escape. It includes information on disaster supplies.