• Hands Only CPR

    The American Heart Association made some changes this week to introduce Hands-Only CPR for adults suffering cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting. Guidelines, a video and more information are available from the AHA Web site. Read more…. It’s not for children, and not recommended for anyone suffering an obvious breathing issue such as drowning or carbon monoxide poisoning. But the AHA says anything is better than nothing. So hopefully more lives will be saved!!! photo:Microsoft.com