Better Safe than Sorry

A medical emergency might be the last thing on anyone's mind when they're tucked away at some beautiful resort in a remote location--until there's a crisis. These tips will help you prepare in advance:

* Evaluate a facility's ability to handle an emergency during your very first contact. Ask if the property has a safety program. Find out what the ratio is of untrained staff to staff trained in CPR, the use of automated external defibrillators, and AEDs. Not all facilities have AEDs, b

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