Learning CPR - A Step-by-Step Guide

Posted by Andrew on 1/25/2019 to Emergency Care
Learning CPR - A Step-by-Step Guide

Anyone can find themselves as a bystander in an emergency. The key is to be prepared. Here is a simple step-by-step guide to the CPR process. To learn more or schedule a CPR training class, click here to find CPR class dates and times.

CPR Savers New Search Bar

Posted by Andrew on 1/18/2019 to Safety Tips
CPR Savers New Search Bar

CPR Savers wants you to find what you're looking for. Customers on cpr-savers.com will now experience a new search bar, powered with technology designed to improve search result accuracy and create a better overall online shopping experience.

5 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Posted by Andrew on 1/11/2019 to Physical Health
5 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Winter is a cold and dreary time of year, and it's not always easy to function. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD as it's commonly known, is a form of depression that usually begins in late fall or early winter and starts to fade as the weather improves. It puts a damper on people's mental health, causing symptoms of depression, irritability, laziness, and trouble waking up in the morning. SAD can affect anyone, including children. Everyone experiences these symptoms differently but there's usually something that will help. Below are 5 remedies to try.

CPR Trivia Day

Posted by Andrew on 1/4/2019 to Emergency Care
CPR Trivia Day

Today is January 4th, which can mean only one thing—it's National Trivia Day! Ok, I'll admit I'd never heard of it either. While it may not be as popular as National Pizza Day or National Take Your Dog to Work Day, it's still fun to learn some new things. One important genre of trivia to brush up on is CPR trivia. There's so much to know, and much of this knowledge can make you a better and more informed member of your community. Here are a few facts that may surprise you, courtesy of our friends at the American Heart Association.

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