Call it being in the right place at the right time. Christy Daae calls it divine intervention, a God appointment. She was at the Woodland Springs Neighborhood Pool with her own two children when she saw two other children in trouble.
It turns out a children’s song may be a lifesaver when it comes to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Researchers at UT Southwestern are using a nursery rhyme to help local fire departments improve how they perform CPR.
Athletic, healthy, fit –– sudden cardiac arrest often picks the least likely victims. Just ask Marla Sewell.
Tattoos have long served as fashion statements, but a small number of Americans are now relying on them for a more practical, potentially lifesaving purpose: to warn first responders about important medical conditions.
Alex Templeton was made honorary captain of his Junior High football team Tuesday night, and got to call the coin toss.
The lowly bathroom plunger and a quick-thinking teenager may get the credit for a new CPR procedure. It’s called Active Compression-Decompression or ‘suction cup’ CPR.
How much do you care about your family pet? Would you ever give him mouth-to-snout resuscitation?
The American Heart Association wants states to require high school students to learn how to give CPR.
A 12-year-old Keller Middle School student who, suffered a heart attack, has an internal defibrillator now, but his mother may have saved his life by performing CPR.
The Keller boy, struck down with a heart attack last week, is now awake.
The father of a 12-year-old Keller Middle School student who suffered a heart attack last Thursday says people have asked if there’s anything they can do to help. He tells them, Learn CPR.
Another study has been published showing that CPR can be done without mouth-to-mouth breathing.