History of CPR

It may surprise you to learn that CPR is a relatively new innovation in medical science, and one that is flexible, to allow new advances to replace outdated techniques. Here’s a brief [...]

What Is Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that you may be familiar with in terms of name, but you may not know the particulars. Here is an abbreviated overview of multiple sclerosis (hereby shortened to [...]

American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month! Heart Attack Symptoms Are Often Missed by Women Are you at risk for having a heart attack? Do you know the the primary ways to prevent a heart attack? Think it [...]

Information About Fevers

As flu season flares up, so do fevers. There are different causes for fevers, and plenty of misinformation surrounding those causes and remedies. Here’s a quick guide to refresh your [...]

Why Is CPR Important?

If you’ve never saved a life using CPR, you may wonder why it seems so important to not only learn it in the first place, but to keep your skill set fresh. CPR is dormant knowledge, and [...]