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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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Jun

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Can Too Much Sleep Trigger Stroke?

Posted June 23, 2016

Although short sleep duration is related to chronic conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity, the association with stroke is less well known. Using 2006–2011 National Health Interview Surveys, we assessed the association between self-reported duration of sleep and prevalence of stroke stratifying by age and sex. The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) is an […]

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Jun

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How to Get First Aid and CPR Training

How to Get First Aid and CPR Training

Posted June 16, 2016

Earning a first aid and CPR certification will prepare you for emergencies and make you a better caregiver. It’s not fun to think about emergencies. But as much as you hope they’ll never happen, you do have to be prepared. CPR and first aid are things that everyone — especially people who care for children […]

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May

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Where to study CPR in New York?

Where to study CPR in New York?

Posted May 19, 2016

Where to study CPR in New York? There are lots of CPR Training organizations, one of the best ones is CPR123 which is a American Heart Association (AHA) authorized training center. CPR123 has taken a genuine step towards spreading the awareness and imparting knowledge on CPR and other courses like aed certification, bls certification course, […]

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22
Mar

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Emergency Heart Valve Surgery in 19 Minutes

Posted March 22, 2016

  A Vancouver medical team has performed an emergency heart valve replacement procedure on a critically ill patient in 19 minutes, a first in North America. Max Norton, 79 years young, came into the Vancouver General Hospital’s ER with a failing heart valve and blood pressure dropping to fatal levels. What usually takes a few […]

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Feb

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Learn CPR as You Wait at Airports

Posted February 25, 2016

  O’Hare International, Indianapolis International, Las Vegas’ McCarran International, Hartsfield-Jackson and Washington International…What do all of these airports have in common? Travelers passing through the five U.S. airports will have opportunities to learn and practice a simplified method of CPR at touch-screen kiosks. Provided by the American Heart Association (AHA), the kiosk training takes about […]

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Feb

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8-Year-Old Honored by EMTs

Posted February 12, 2016

  An 8-year-old Pennsylvania girl was recognized by Cheltenham EMS for her quick-thinking actions that saved her mother’s life. The young girl, Jayla, was home with her mother and 2-year-old sister Ava when her mother began experiencing severe stomach pains. Jayla quickly called 911. While waiting for the police, Jayla gathered her mother’s belongings and […]

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Feb

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Irregular Heartbeats? Drink Coffee Anyway

Posted February 4, 2016

  According to a study in the Journal of the American Heart Association in which researchers had 1,388 people record their intake of caffeinated beverages, electrocardiograms revealed no differences in irregular heart rate between control group and caffeinated group. Participants used Holster monitors to keep track of any irregularities, and the study showed no clear […]

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Jan

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High-Rise Living Affects Cardiac Arrest Survival

Posted January 29, 2016

  According to a new study conducted by researchers in Canada, the higher the floor you live on, the lower your chance of surviving a cardiac arrest. The study included 7,842 responses to cardiac arrest calls in private residences in and near Toronto from 2007 through 2012. When the arrest occurred below the third floor, […]

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22
Jan

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Open Position

Posted January 22, 2016

&nbsp; CPR123 is looking for RNs who are passionate about nursing and education.  We are looking to recruit a per-diem or part-time RN who has experience teaching Introvenous Insertion courses.  Please inquire at hr@cpr123.com if you would like to lead one of our popular courses!   &nbsp;

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13
Jan

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Boston Officers Save Girl

Posted January 13, 2016

&nbsp; Vercheesa Thompson, mother of 4-year-old-daughter, Kyeesha, ran to the streets as her daughter experienced uncontrollable seizure and stopped breathing.  Fortunately, she spotted two police officers right away and motioned them to help her daughter in her apartment building.  Officers ran to the mother’s apartment, and found Kyeesha laying in bed with her eyes and […]

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Dec

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Posted December 22, 2015

  From the staff at CPR123, we thank you, and wish you a Merry Christmas, and happy holidays! Our offices will be closed on Christmas Day, and we will be back on December 26th. Cheers!   Image Credit

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Dec

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Boston Raises Min Age for Tobacco Products

Posted December 18, 2015

  Boston health officials voted Thursday to raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes and other tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, from age 18 to 21. Boston now joins many cities in Massachusetts and New York City in raising the minimum purchasing age for tobacco products. The changes will be effect on February 15th. And […]

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Nov

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New Innovation Brought to you by Google and AHA

Posted November 11, 2015

  Google Life Sciences, a research group under its parent coporation, is teaming up with the American Heart Association (AHA) in a $50 million project to find new ways to fight heart disease. The AHA will invest over the next five years $25 million into the research, to create sci-fi-like inventions into reality. There is […]

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Oct

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Recall of Epi Injectors

Posted October 30, 2015

&nbsp; Sanofi, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Paris, France, is recalling its epinephrine injectors used to treat anaphylaxis because the injectors may not deliver the correct dose of epinephrine.  The recall includes all Auvi-Q injections currently on the U.S. market, or roughly 490,000 packs of the devices.  Most packs include two injectors. According to company […]

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21
Oct

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Are You Ready for the New AHA Guidelines?

Posted October 21, 2015

  What are some of the upcoming updates from the American Heart Association? Take a look below. Bystander CPR – Bystanders will be instructed to first call 911. Untrained bystanders should to compression-only (Hands Only) CPR. Trained bystanders are recommended to give two breaths after 30 compressions. Chest compressions – In adult victims of cardiac […]

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Oct

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Red Wine for the Win

Posted October 15, 2015

  Researchers have found that with the right amount of red wine, incidences of cardiovascular disease, mortality and type-2 diabetes may decrease over time. Published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, researches from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel observed participants with well-controlled type-2 diabetes drink moderate amounts of red wine with dinner. Participants […]

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Sep

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Heartsaver First AID CPR AED Courses – AHA Authorized Training Center CPR123

Posted September 28, 2015

  Are you interested to learn basic CPR?   There are many courses offered by CPR123 and they cater to different class of people. Some courses are just basics of medical world whereas some courses take care of the needs of professionals in the field of medical world. However, there are a few courses that […]

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Sep

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Why taking online only CPR courses is not a good idea and most of companies are scams?

Posted September 22, 2015

Why taking online only CPR courses is not a good idea and most of companies are scams? American Heart Association (AHA) is keen on teaching the CPR techniques to all the American citizens. This is a very genuine gesture because AHA is actually concerned about the health of Americans and can go out of their […]

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22
Sep

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Heart Attack Should Not End Your Sex Life

Posted September 22, 2015

  Many patients who have had heart attacks worry that too much physical activity, including sex, could trigger another heart attack. Fortunately, researchers who have reviewed 536 heart patients’ data have concluded that sexual activity is about as strenuous as climbing two flights of stairs. Published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, […]

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Sep

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Why is it important to learn CPR in USA today

Why is it important to learn CPR in USA today

Posted September 17, 2015

Here is Why is it important to learn CPR! 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 […]

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Aug

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Pregnancy Diet Linked to Infant Heart Defects

Posted August 25, 2015

  There appears to be a link between a mother’s diet during pregnancy and likelihood of an infant developing heart defects. In a study published in Archives of Diseases in Childhood Fetal & Neonatal Edition, pregnant women with healthy diets (those consisting of fruit and vegetables), had lower risks of having babies with certain heart […]

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