Grammy-Winner, Tejano Star Jimmy Gonzalez DiesGonzalez was returning to his native Brownsville following a show and stopped in San Antonio to see relatives when he became ill with low blood sugar issues and suffered cardiac arrest.
Comedian Ralphie May Dies Of Cardiac Arrest At 45A spokeswoman for Ralphie May says the comedian has died. He was 45.
LAPD Clarifies It Cannot Confirm Tom Petty's DeathThe Florida native is a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer best known for a string of hits with his band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
Drones Carrying Defibrillators Could Aid Heart EmergenciesResearchers tested using small drones to carry heart defibrillators to homes where people had cardiac arrests.
Take A Few Minutes, Learn 2 Steps And Save A LifeIt is possible for you to save a life by performing two simple steps, now local health officials want to show you exactly how to do it. The procedure is called hands-only CPR.
Carrie Fisher's Death Certificate Confirms Heart AttackCarrie Fisher's death certificate confirms that the actress died of a heart attack, but it says more investigation is needed to try to determine the underlying cause.
Officials: New Plano Smart Phone App Will Save LivesImagine being able to double, or possibly triple, the chance of someone surviving a heart attack. Officials say a new app being used in one Collin County city will do just that.
Researchers: Row, Row, Row Your Boat Saving LivesIt 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.
Doctors Warn Against Sudden Cardiac ArrestAthletic, healthy, fit –– sudden cardiac arrest often picks the least likely victims. Just ask Marla Sewell.
North Texas Mom Continues Push For DefibrillatorsThere is proof defibrillators can help save lives and one North Texas mom has worked hard to make sure every school has a device. Her charitable quest is being done in memory of her daughter.
Nation's No. 1 Killer, Heart Disease, Can Sneak Up On WomenHeart disease can sneak up on women in ways that standard cardiac tests can miss. It's part of a puzzling gender gap: Women tend to have different heart attack symptoms than men.
Toilet Plunger Rescue Leads To New CPR ProcedureThe 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.