Are You Prepared for Tornadoes?

Posted by Andrew on 5/31/2019 to Emergency Care
Are You Prepared for Tornadoes?

For two weeks, tornadoes have ravaged the nation. Weather officials logged at least 8 tornado reports per day across the U.S. on each of the last 13 days. 7 people have died in the past week due to tornadoes in Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma and Ohio, and 38 people have died in tornadoes in the U.S. so far this year. Tornado reports have exploded recently after several years of low activity. As of Friday, the Storm Prediction Center has reported 1,008 tornadoes so far in 2019.

Tips to Stay Safe This Summer

Posted by Andrew on 5/17/2019 to Safety Tips
Tips to Stay Safe This Summer

Summer is almost here! Whether your calendar is jam-packed, or you’re taking a relaxing vacation, summer is a time of outdoor fun and excitement. Summer also means higher temperatures and even heat waves, which puts a premium on staying cool. Our friends over at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have come out with a list of tips for a healthier and happier summer.

Would You Go to a Robot Doctor?

Posted by Andrew on 5/10/2019 to Physical Health
Would You Go to a Robot Doctor?

We use digital technology every day for getting across town, checking the latest news, and communicating with people around the world. But would you trust a machine—not a human doctor—to diagnose a serious health condition? A lot of people are saying "yes."

Putting AEDs on Sports Fields

Posted by Andrew on 5/3/2019 to Emergency Care
Putting AEDs on Sports Fields

Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death for young athletes. In fact, every 3 days a young athlete in the United States dies from sudden cardiac arrest. Even healthy, seemingly low-risk youth can experience this when performing strenuous activities. And the likelihood only increases with age: Spectators at sporting events are also more likely to need medical assistance related to heart problems.

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