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Comments Off on New Smartphone APP – Tells you when someone needs CPR!

Want to be a superhero? There is a new smartphone app that helps you be just that! “PulsePoint” is the name of the app and it alerts you when 9-1-1 has been called to a location that is very close to you! It works like this:


“Imagine that you are in a restaurant having lunch with a few friends...

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Comments Off on Labor Day Weekend & Drownings

With the holiday weekend approaching in a matter of hours, we know you probably have probably filled your schedule’s with BBQ’s and get togethers! So much fun! With all these parties, outdoors, near pools & lakes, there is always an increased chance for a drownings to take place...

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Comments Off on Hot Summers, Hot Cars, Tragic Deaths

As a mother is driving, she thinks to herself: My baby is asleep, he really needs this nap or he is going to be CRANKY for the rest of the day… but I really need formula to feed him when he wakes up.. I will only be in the store for maybe 5 minutes at most, I’ll just run in really quick and let him rest…

STOP, Don’t do it! Even at just 90 degrees outside, within 10 minutes, the inside of your car will reach 109 degrees when turned off.


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Comments Off on Kids – Drowning Without Water? Secondary Drowning


What is secondary drowning? I read the blog shown below and was terrified… I immediately knew that we HAD to post this as our next blog. This mother explains what happened to her son one seemingly normal Saturday afternoon...

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Comments Off on A Read For Smokers

Green Nicotine Electronic Cigarette Ashtray Mess Traditional Tobacco Causes Cancer

If someone you love is a smoker… get CPR certified today… Register HERE

Many smokers don’t connect with the major risk factors of smoking. They hear terms like “lung cancer” and “heart disease” and it seems like a sickness that they could never catch. Maybe they don’t have pre-existing conditions, maybe they don’t have a family history of smoking related diseases, or maybe a family member they knew and loved smoked for years and lived long healthy lives...

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