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Mar

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National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Women and Girls HIV Awareness Day (March 10, 2017)

Posted March 10, 2017

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day The Best Defense is a Good Offense This National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), CPR123 wants to empower women and girls to make the best choices when it comes to sex. Abstinence is the surest way to avoid HIV, but if you decide to have sex, […]

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05
Mar

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10 Great Things Invented by Working Moms

10 Great Things Invented by Working Moms

Posted March 5, 2017

These brilliant women revolutionized the fields of rocket science, medicine, and home coffee brewing—all on top of raising families. Here are 10 inspiring moms whose inventions are worth recognizing. 1. THE HAMMER-BASED CORN MILL // SYBILLA MASTERS The first British patent granted to an American colonist—male or female—was secured for Sybilla Masters’s improved corn mill […]

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27
Jan

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Genetically Modified Cells Just Cured Two Babies of Leukemia

Cancer 2017 Medical First: Babies Cured Of Leukemia Using Genetically Modified T Cells Harvested From Donor Blood

Posted January 27, 2017

In a medical first, doctors at London’s Great Ormond Street hospital believe they cured two babies of leukemia using genetically engineered immune cells. Unlike previous attempts at this treatment, the cells used on these children originally derived from a donor’s blood, not their own. The T cells were then genetically manipulated to help them better attack and […]

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16
Jan

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Bystander CPR may boost survival odds when ambulance delayed

Posted January 16, 2017

Cardiac arrest patients who get cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander at the scene may have better survival odds even when an ambulance takes a long time to arrive, a Danish study suggests. Researchers examined data on 7,623 cardiac arrest patients and found when an ambulance arrived within five minutes of a 911 call, patients […]

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05
Jan

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14 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Paramedics

Posted January 5, 2017

                        Paramedics, who are among the most highly-skilled of Emergency Medical Services (or EMS) professionals, are in many ways like real-life superheroes, tending to people in their time of greatest need. While most of us hope to never see a paramedic on our doorstep, their appearance in times of distress can be critical to patient […]

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05
Nov

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3 Changes in the CPR Methods and Techniques That Have Been Added in the Guidelines Recently

3 Changes in the CPR Methods and Techniques That Have Been Added in the Guidelines Recently

Posted November 5, 2016

  There is no such thing as perfect in this world. Humans keep on finding and inventing new things that change the perspective about how we view our material world. This is the case with CPR too! CPR guidelines a decade ago were quite different when compared to the recent ones. Here we’ve pinpointed those […]

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23
Oct

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Online Courses on Saving Lives – Not Just For Medical Practitioners, but for the Whole Population

Online Courses on Saving Lives – Not Just For Medical Practitioners, but for the Whole Population

Posted October 23, 2016

  Every year around 320,000 people in the US suffer from a cardiac arrest. Most of these attacks happen outside the hospital and the chance of survival is very low. This is because most people do not know what to do in such an emergency situation. In order to deal with this issue CPR123® has […]

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08
Oct

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A Case for CPR – Why You and A Lot Others Should Know How to Perform It

A Case for CPR – Why You and A Lot Others Should Know How to Perform It

Posted October 8, 2016

  What we all know is that if we see a person who has just suffered a cardiac arrest, we must immediately call 911. But do you know what you could do in the mean time before the paramedic team arrives that could increase the chances of survival of the person? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR […]

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22
Sep

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What is CPR and How Can It Save a Person’s Life That Has Suffered From Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

What is CPR and How Can It Save a Person’s Life That Has Suffered From Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

Posted September 22, 2016

  Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, which is commonly abbreviated to CPR, is an emergency procedure to save a person’s life that has suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. When a person suffers from a cardiac arrest, the heart stops and thus if the oxygenated blood does not reach the brain, chances are high that a person may expire. […]

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10
Sep

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A Quick Guide on Essential Courses to Help You Take a Leap in Your Career with CPR 123®

A Quick Guide on Essential Courses to Help You Take a Leap in Your Career with CPR 123®

Posted September 10, 2016

  A sudden cardiac or respiratory arrest is one of the worst life threatening situations. Immediate medical treatments regarding cardiac or respiratory arrest are important for everyone, from professional service providers to non-medical personnel. It is an inevitable situation, which may cause severe damage to the heart and brain within a few minutes. If the […]

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02
Aug

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Emergency Room

When Should You Go To The Emergency Room?

Posted August 2, 2016

Knowing when a condition is serious enough to warrant a visit to your hospital’s emergency room is vital information. You can prevent an unnecessary and costly trip to the ER by knowing when it is appropriate to go, or whether you can opt for a trip to an urgent care center or family physician instead. […]

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01
Aug

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first aid

First Aid Training – Required or Optional?

Posted August 1, 2016

33 states now require CPR training before high school graduation. What are the others waiting for? It’s time to start teaching all students CPR and how to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) before high school graduation. Flashback. It was 30 years ago. I was moving from New Jersey to Indiana and I only had a […]

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25
Jul

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Mini Chicken Pot Pies

Posted July 25, 2016

These comforting mini chicken pot pies with a creamy chicken filling are appealing to adults and kids alike. For little kids: Let them crack the eggs, stir the batter and shred the chicken. For big kids: Let them measure and stir the ingredients for the outer layer and filling. Ingredients Outer layer: Baking spray with […]

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25
Jul

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Trans Fat vs. Saturated Fat: What Are Risks?

Posted July 25, 2016

Experts say saturated fat remains a grey area. For years saturated fats have been considered a health hazard but now researchers are raising questions about whether they’re as harmful as originally thought. A new observational study published in the British Medical Journal shows no link between saturated fat and a greater risk of death, stroke and heart disease. “It actually […]

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21
Jul

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Fibre

14 High Fibre Foods You Should Be Eating Every Day

Posted July 21, 2016

“The standard western diet is one that is high in animal products, such as meat, cheese, and milk, and refined grain products, and these foods are not adequate sources of fibre” said Selene Vakharia, a holistic nutritionist and lifestyle consultant. Why is it that fibre so important to include in our diets? Fibre is key […]

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19
Jul

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Top 5 Heart-Healthy Foods You Must Eat

Top 5 Heart-Healthy Foods You Must Eat

Posted July 19, 2016

Renew your resolution to eat better with fresh fruits and vegetables. Eating just a few of these heart-healthy foods can go a long way. 1. Avocados A mashed avocado provides a healthy alternative to mayonnaise or butter. A 1/4-cup serving of pureed avocado provides 6 grams of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat and 90 calories. Serving tips: […]

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15
Jul

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E-cigarettes could cut smoking-related deaths by 21%

E-cigarettes could cut smoking-related deaths by 21%

Posted July 15, 2016

E-cigarettes could lead to a 21 percent drop in deaths from smoking-related diseases in those born after 1997, according to a study published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research. The study, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Cancer Institute and the Cancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network, found that under most plausible […]

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15
Jul

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Pregnancy Test

Combatting Heart Disease with The Pregnancy Test

Posted July 15, 2016

THE NEW PREGNANCY TEST FOR HEART DISEASE – We have all grown up with the idea that if a woman suspects she is pregnant she simply can pop into a pharmacy and buy a pregnancy test to use at home. Conversely, if someone suspects they are suffering from heart disease, cancer, or an infection their […]

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14
Jul

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21 Fancy Medical Terms for Mundane Problems

21 Fancy Medical Terms for Mundane Problems

Posted July 14, 2016

Your health issues might be mundane, but that’s no reason to be boring. Give your complaints some interesting heft with these fancy medical terms for commonplace problems. 1. LIMB FALLING ASLEEP That numb feeling that you wake to when you’ve slept on your arm wrong is obdormition. It is followed by a pricking, tingling sensation called paresthesia. […]

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14
Jul

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Healthy Banana Split Parfaits

Healthy Banana Split Parfaits

Posted July 14, 2016

A SPIN ON A CLASSIC FAVORITE – The banana split’s days of lounging around are over. This vertical version of the fountain classic is healthy for a reason: Gravity helps the ice cream melt into the fruit and nuts below-so you only need a small scoop per serving. Living healthy, living happy.  Ingredients 2 ounces […]

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13
Jul

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The Schoolboy That Died For 25 Minutes And Lived With A Defibrillator

The Schoolboy That Died For 25 Minutes And Lived With A Defibrillator

Posted July 13, 2016

SUMMARY Cade Ewington, 11, was rescued by quick-thinking swimming teachers Suffered from cardiac arrest as a result of electrical activity problems Despite being classed as ‘medically dead’ he suffered no brain damage Has now been fitted with a defibrillator which can restart his heart if needed THE STORY A schoolboy whose heart stopped beating for 25 minutes […]

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13
Jul

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CPR 123 – A Five Star Training Center

Posted July 13, 2016

ABOUT US We are the region’s leading resource for state-of-the-art emergency response training and AED programs. Our goal is to empower individuals and organizations with state-of-the-art emergency response training, workplace consulting services, life-saving equipment and affordable educational resources. We provide the complete spectrum of learning options including classroom training, on-site training, online learning and skills […]

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12
Jul

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Diet

The Ugly Truth About The American Diet

Posted July 12, 2016

Did you know that on average, Americans eat more than 3,400 milligrams of sodium each day — much more than the American Heart Association and other health organizations recommend? Because the average American’s sodium intake is so excessive, even cutting back to no more than 2,400 milligrams a day will significantly improve blood pressure and […]

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07
Jul

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Exclusive Discounts

Exclusive Discounts For College Students

Posted July 7, 2016

Want to receive exclusive discounts for being a college student? We get you. College is a lot of money – money that most of us don’t have. Heck, even us registered nurses and working class are looking to save anytime we can.   WELL, LOOK NO FURTHER – WE HAVE SOME VERY EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS FOR […]

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Jun

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CPR123: The Preferred Training Centre For Nursing Students

Posted June 30, 2016

CPR123 is the preferred training centre for all nursing college students in New York and Texas, providing CPR Certification, IV certification, AED certification and ACLS certification. Learning CPR and acquiring other basic medical certifications is necessary. Your knowledge not only comes handy when a person close to you is in a critical situation, but it […]

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24
Jun

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Why It's So Important to Learn CPR in the USA Today

Why It’s So Important to Learn CPR Today in the USA

Posted June 24, 2016

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a medical procedure that can be performed by anyone with some degree of formal training, on the person whose heart stops randomly. This medical procedure is done in order to prolong the working of heart and lungs till the patients receive actual medical help. Learning CPR is very easy and yet […]

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24
Jun

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Be a Superhero. Save a Life With CPR Anytime, Anywhere.

Posted June 24, 2016

  BABY SUPERHERO SAVES ANOTHER BABY’S LIFE WITH CPR – A 9-year-old boy who saved his baby sister’s life after she fell into a swimming pool said he learned CPR from watching television. Tristin Saghin was visiting his grandmother in Mesa, Arizona, with his family when his 2-year-old sister was found floating in the backyard pool. “My grandma […]

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