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Women Less Likely to Receive CPR in Public

Women Less Likely to Receive CPR in Public

This article was originally posted by the Evening Standard and published by MSN here. This is only one of several articles posted on this topic this week. Women are less likely than men to be given CPR if they fall unconscious and their heart stops beating in a public...

Motorcyclist Saved After Lightning Strike

Motorcyclist Saved After Lightning Strike

‘Siri, I need to start CPR': Motorcyclist saved after lightning strike on I-66 The lightning bolt traveled through his helmet and down his body, burning his silver chain necklace into his skin, setting his bike on fire and sending him flying. A Virginia man returned...

How to Be Prepared for an Anaphylaxis Emergency

How to Be Prepared for an Anaphylaxis Emergency

It’s likely you have already heard about anaphylaxis and the life-threatening effects it can have on an individual. But can you confidently say you would know how to administer care to someone suffering from an anaphylaxis emergency? Whether you know someone who can...

Identify Stroke Symptoms With This FAST Quiz

Identify Stroke Symptoms With This FAST Quiz

Learning how to detect a stroke is one of the easiest first responder skills you can learn and an essential life-saving skill. If a stroke victim receives clot-busting drugs within three hours of their stroke, they are much more likely to survive and avoid becoming...

California Good Samaritan Law

General Law CHAPTER 9. Liability Limitation 1799.102. (a) No person who in good faith, and not for compensation, renders emergency medical or nonmedical care at the scene of an emergency shall be liable for any civil damages resulting from any act or omission. The...

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