American Heart Month

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women®’s Go Red Commitment launches today, asking all women to make a serious commitment with improving their heart health. “Women’s issues are now front and center in our national conversation, yet...

2015 is Here!

Don’t forget! Ring in 2015 with 15% off ALL CPR classes with promo code NY15 now through the end of day January 1. Start the year off right by learning to save a life! See our calendar to register.

Ring in 2015!

Ring in 2015 with 15% off ALL CPR classes with promo code NY15 now through the end of day January 1. Start the year off right by learning to save a life! See our calendar to register.
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The Athlete

It was like any other day of lacrosse practice for sophomore Tanner Demling until he collapsed, and his heart stopped for 30 minutes.  Thankfully a lacrosse coach knew CPR and was able sustain Demling’s life until more advanced medical assistance arrived....

Tragedy Strikes

We’ve said this time and time again. Sudden cardiac arrest does not discriminate and can happen at any time. After a police detective collapses from cardiac arrest while training for a half marathon, the police department is swayed to install and train on...
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The Bronze Award

Congratulations to the Girl Scouts of Wisconsin/Minnesota on their Bronze Award: “Hands Only CPR – Saving Hearts One Beat at a Time.” The girls raised money to install 2 AEDs at their camps and trained others in hands only CPR. See more From our...