CPR

Cross Scott of Tucson, Arizona, didn’t have formal CPR training. But he recalled what Michael Scott did in the hit sitcom.
Max Montgomery was on a first date with California doctor Andi Traynor when he had a heart attack while paddleboarding.
"You gotta do what you gotta do if you’re going to save a squirrel’s life."
I’m going to lose her. I heard a noise from the bathroom.  The bathroom where my daughter had been happily singing the ABC
Much has been written and spoken lately about Narcan as the primary way of reviving an opiate/opioid overdose victim. In
"I took a CPR course thru the Red Cross... I ended up saving my nephew's life because I knew what to do!" Reynolds wrote.
The AHA float debuted this past New Year's Day and was such a success that we're doing it again. In honor of California recently
"If you do something to my body that I do not want," says physician/author Angelo Volandes, "it is assault and battery. But
The founding members were yours truly and two guys named Jeff and Steve. I was there with Chloe, who is 3; Jeff had Madison
But follow-up stories on this strange and critical race are badly needed. I'm not saying Aurora's congressional race, our
My save story was no different. Since that day in March 2012, I have become a far stronger advocate for water safety, swim
Learn Hands-Only CPR: just two steps to saving a life Congratulations to American Heart Association (AHA) volunteer Eric
*** Littleleaf Linden trees aren't very common. Yet when Lisa and Jeff went house shopping, they found one in a back yard
June 1-7 is National CPR-AED Awareness Week. It's time to start teaching all students CPR and how to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) before high school graduation.
As people watched our story unfold on the news and on social media, many have contacted me to say they registered for CPR training, making me wonder, "How many others will Gerow save with his one act?"
As I recognize the second anniversary of my heart attack, I will do the same thing. Appreciate all the smallest moments we tend to glance over, forgive the wrongdoings as the pain of remembering them weighs on our hearts and live every moment! Breathe in, breathe out. Smile. Hug. Love. Laugh. Live.
Why was it on this family vacation, swimming in that pool, a nine year old went into sudden cardiac arrest? What caused it? Could it have been prevented? Could the near drowning been avoided?
The end of life is a part of life. It should be part of our legacy, not a desperate last-ditch effort to escape the inescapable. Talk to your family and your doctor now and on a regular basis as your condition changes. Take control of your legacy.