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Savings / Safety Tips for March 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.

What to do in an Eye Emergency

Specks in the Eye -Don't rub the affected eye. -Flush the eye with lots of water. -See a doctor if the speck doesn't wash out.

Cuts, Punctures, and Foreign Objects in the Eye -Don't try to remove a foreign object -stuck in the eye. -Seek immediate medical attention.

Chemical Burns -Immediately flush the eye with water or drinkable liquid. Open the eye as wide as possible. Continue flushing for at least 15 minutes, even on your way to seeking medical care. -If a contact lens is in the eye, begin flushing over the lens immediately. Flushing may dislodge the lens. -Seek immediate medical attention.

Blows to the Eye -Apply a cold compress without pressure, or tape crushed ice in a plastic bag to the forehead and allow it to rest gently on the injured eye. -Seek immediate medical attention if pain continues, if you have reduced vision, or if blood or discoloration appears in the eye.

5 Tips to Rest Your Eyes:

1. Consider special glasses that focus at the proper distance to your computer.
2. Adjust your computer display to the same brightness as the light in the room. Enlarge text on the screen.
3. Reduce glare: Shade bright windows. Paint walls with a non-white matte finish.
4. Avoid excessively bright or harsh lighting. Floor lamps with incandescent or full-spectrum flourescents can help in place of overhead lights.
5. Use lubricating eye drops to reduce dryness.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a new take on an Irish favorite!

The origins of the Reuben sandwich are widely contested, but it is certain that many a palate has savored the rich deli taste of the corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut-laden stack. One story related to famed chef Craig Claiborne, by Patricia Taylor, contends that her father, Arnold Reuben, made the first Reuben sandwich in 1927 or 1928 in his New York deli. It was actually rye, ham, and Swiss cheese with a topping of cole slaw and Russian dressing.

Reuben Kulakofsky, a wholesale grocer and restaurateur in Omaha, made the sandwich for his poker buddies and it later appeared on the menu of the Blackstone Hotel. While the Reuben sandwich could be Jewish or Nebraska homegrown in origin, corned beef is an Irish staple for celebrating St. Patrick's Day.

Irish Reuben Casserole

Ingredients:
3 cups toasted pumpernickel bread cut into one-inch cubes
1 pound corned beef deli slices or slices from a boiled slab
12 slices Swiss deli cheese
1 cup sauerkraut
1 bottle Thousand Island dressing for garnish or condiment

Directions:
Layer the bottom of a large rectangular glass baking dish with half the cubes of toasted Pumpernickel.

Layer six slices of the Swiss cheese on top.

Next, add a layer of the corned beef and another layer of Swiss cheese.

Spread the sauerkraut evenly over the top of the Swiss cheese layer and spread the remaining toasted cubes of bread on the top.

Bake at 350 degrees until the top layer of bread becomes firm and crusty.

Drizzle the dressing lightly across the top and place a bowl of it on the table as a condiment. Green Goddess dressing can be substituted as the drizzle for a St. Paddy's Day touch.


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