What to Say When Calling 911

A woman calling 911 on her cell phone.

We want to believe we’ll know what to do when an emergency happens, but that’s the unfortunate nature of emergencies: they often strike when people aren’t prepared to deal with them. Most people know what step one should be during an emergency—calling 911—but it’s also important to understand how to talk to dispatchers. With stress and panic involved, it can

How CPR Has Changed Throughout the Years

A group of people learning CPR from an instructor.

There’s a reason you need to get your CPR certification renewed every two years—CPR guidelines and best practices change all the time. As we learn more about the human body and as science advances, the American Heart Associate (AHA) rereviews CPR practices every five years to determine if they’re still the best way to administer life-saving care. Knowing the history

Reasons to Get CPR Certified

Stethoscope and a cookie shaped like a broken heart on a red background.

National Safety Month presents the opportunity to make your community, home, and workplace just a little bit safter, whether you choose to host a seminar on proper lifting techniques in the warehouse or run a fire drill with your family. No one likes to expect the worst, but National Safety Month encourages us to be prepared just in case. Among