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Why First Aid Certification is Essential for Flight Attendants?

Dec
26

Date: December 26th, 2017

Most people think that the responsibilities of flight attendants include greeting people and serving them food. While these are their main duties, but they are not the only ones. In fact, the profession of flight attendants was started to ensure the safety of the passengers. The first flight attendant hired in 1930 was a nurse named Ellen Church whose main job duty was to assist the persons in case of a medical emergency.

7 Risk Factors of a Heart Attack

Dec
22

Date: December 22nd, 2017

Heart attack is the leading cause of death around the world. The American Heart Association recommends that a person should assess the risk factors and try to keep them low to prevent heart attack. Here we have listed seven risk factors that can increase your chances of a heart attack. Knowing about the risk factors is important to manage the risk of a heart attack.

5 Warning Signs of an Imminent Heart Attack

Dec
19

Date: December 19th, 2017

More than half a million people die of a heart attack in the US every year. Both men and women are susceptible to heart attacks. Most people think that heart attacks occur out-of-the-bloom without any symptoms. The reality is that individuals who experience a heart attack experience certain symptoms that can wax and wane before the attack.

X Tips to Make the Most of Online CPR Classes

Dec
15

Date: December 15th, 2017

A lot of people are heading to the gym to shape up. Some of them are overweight who are at high risk of suffering from heart attack. However, they are not the only one who is at risk of a coronary arrest. Even the fittest and athletic clients can experience a heart attack. That’s why it’s imperative for gym instructors should learn about first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills.

Can CPR be Performed on Pets?

Dec
12

Date: December 12th, 2017

You have gone one a leisurely walk without your dog or cat, and suddenly the beloved pet kneels over. The pet is not breathing and there’s a not a vet in sight. What should you do in this nightmarish situation?

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