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St John Ambulance logoFREE St John Ambulance baby first aid guidePocket-sized handbook aimed at new/expectant parents

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Free baby first aid guideIf you're a new parent, or expecting a baby, it's worth knowing you can send off for a free St John Ambulance baby first aid guide that could potentially help you save an infant's life.

The free pocket-sized guide provides first aid advice aimed specifically at parents of babies, though anyone can claim it - simply fill in the online form with your name and address.

For general first aid, there's a St John Ambulance first aid app, plus a first aid for cyclists app, which are free to download.

Also see our 50+ Baby & Toddler MoneySaving Tips to cut costs as your family grows.

MSE Anthony says:

Obviously, nothing beats a traditional first aid manual or a training course, but this freebie's still good to keep handy - you never know when it might be needed.

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St John Ambulance logoSt John Ambulance FREE first aid appDownload for help with CPR, choking, allergic reactions etc

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You can download a free St John Ambulance first aid app that could potentially help you save a life as it'll guide through CPR and how to deal with a range of other emergencies.

The free app (download for Apple/iOS, Android or BlackBerry) provides step-by-step guides, both in illustrated form and as voice instructions to keep your hands free for giving first aid.

If you're a cyclist, there's a separate first aid for cyclists app to keep with you while out on the road.

Also see our guides on Cheap Medicine, Gym Membership and Stop Smoking Help to find out if you can make healthy savings.

MSE Anthony says:

Obviously, the app isn't a substitute for a first aid training course, and it isn't as detailed as traditional manuals, but in an emergency, it could literally be a lifesaver.

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