QUIZ BY JENNIFER RICHARDS Sometimes all you need is Dr. Dad. caption You can handle everyday scrapes and bruises. But do you know when it's time to stop treating at home and head to the emergency department for professional help? 42 W IN TER 2016 Bumps, burns, sprains and strains don't scare you. With your first-aid kit of ice packs, bandages and aspirin, you're prepared for life's injuries and ailments. But some symptoms should send you straight to the nearest emergency department, says Jay Kaplan, MD, president of the American College of Emergency Physicians. How do you know when to treat minor issues at home and when it's time to hurry in for medical help? Kaplan walks us through some warning signs: PHOTO BY SUSAN CHIANG/GETTY IMAGES FREAK OUT OR CHILL OUT?