Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • Thanks!

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  • We are NOT having a Black Friday Sale!

    Guess What?

    We are NOT having a Black Friday Sale…
    So, instead, we would like to offer you 20% off site-wide NOW, while you can reach us online or Toll Free with any questions - or for our suggestions of thoughtful, caring gifts that the people on your gift-giving list will actually appreciate and use!

    Get Your Gifts Now

    SAVE on something for everyone on your list!
    Home, Work, Preparedness, Pet, Sports, Kids, Outdoor and much, much more!

    Use promo code “NotBlack” for an EXTRA 20% OFF SITEWIDE*
    ONLINE IN YOUR SHOPPING CART or WHEN ORDERING TOLL FREE! (888) 622-6324

    THIS EVEN WORKS ON SALE ITEMS
    Why not give everyone a First Aid Kit this year?


    OTHER GREAT ITEMS:

    Outdoor Protection & Preparedness

    Sports Medicine & Sports First Aid

    Hurricane, Earthquake, & Disaster Survival



    Use Discount Codes Box in your Shopping Cart (Not found on Checkout Page)


    Clever Itty Bitty Teeny Tiny Fine Print...

    Offer expires on BLACK FRIDAY at Midnight on Thanksgiving, 11/24/16. Available Online at FirstAidMart.com or Toll Free - Offer cannot be combined with any other offers or incentives. Offer cannot be applied to completed orders. While supplies last, offer subject to substitution or change without notice, call with questions or for further details. *Sitewide offer excludes Laerdal, Simulaids and Oxygen products.

  • Healthy Holiday Foods

    Diet - it's an Americanism to consider a "Diet" as a weight loss regimen - as an example, what we call "Diet Soda" most other countries call "Light".

    cornucopiaSo what is a diet? A diet is simply the food and drink regularly provided or consumed... and you can determine if this will be healthful or not.

    A consideration and recommendation of the National Institutes for Health is to plan healthier menu choices this Holiday Season, and to make wiser choices about what you consume, and what you do not.

    In their post " Healthy Holiday Foods and Fun -  Make Smart Choices as You Celebrate the Season " the NIH suggests ideas on how to avoid temptation when delicious foods and calories abound.

    “From Halloween through New Year’s, there’s always a decision to make about food,” says Dr. Marci Gluck, an NIH psychologist who studies obesity and eating behaviors. Tasty treats tend to appear more often at work and festive gatherings, and to come as gifts. They may also tempt you when grocery shopping. “As the holidays approach, it’s important to think ahead and make a plan,” Gluck says.

     

  • Happy Monday

    Happy Monday

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