Stress can lead to behaviors which affect your heart and health. Social Media is one of today’s leading stressors. How do you control it?
Keeping communities safe is a cornerstone of AED Superstore’s philosophy. Our AED donation committee recently helped Manitowish Waters, WI do just that.
Is it safe to do CPR and use an AED on someone who is pregnant? Will it harm the baby? Learn more about the special circumstances surrounding a pregnant patient.
Meet the winners of our latest $2000 AED Superstore AED Grant and read their powerful and inspirational story. Congratulations, Camp4Heroes!
DNA home tests are popular, but there are some hard questions you should ask yourself before spitting into that vial and sending your DNA into the world.
Meet AED Superstore’s latest scholarship winner and read the inspiring story of a student who has spent years raising awareness about AEDs, sudden cardiac arrest and heart screenings.
Can you shock someone with an AED as a joke? Do you have to be a professionally trained medic to use an AED? Does an AED “jump start” the heart? We debunk some common myths about these life-saving devices.
June 1-7 is CPR/AED Awareness Week. So what, exactly, does this mean? What are we asking people to be aware of? What are we hoping people will do? Learn what simple things you can do to save lives.
Can you truly die of a broken heart? What is the science behind the romance? Learn more about the chemical transformations your body undergoes during stressful life events and how it can mimic a heart attack..
April 28, 2018, is National Drug Take-Back Day. Read how to dispose of any and all outdated and unused prescription medications safely and effectively. No questions asked.
Over 6,000 children under the age of 18 die from sudden cardiac arrest each year. Did you know using an AED on infants and children is different than using it on an adult? This FAQ answers some common questions.
Is veganism a heart-healthy diet? Can you get all the nutrients you need? Learn more about this dietary trend which has increased 600% in recent years.
Naloxone reverses the effects of opiates in a person’s system, and is the first treatment administered in cases of an overdose. Should you carry it if you may be in contact with someone who has overdosed? Get all the facts first.
This innovative new product offers a simple, cost-effective solution to teaching hands-only CPR. With immediate audio and visual feedback, the CPR Cube turns any space into a hands-only training site!
Do college students know where to find an AED on their campus? We visited the UW-Madison and asked over 50 random students a few questions on AEDs, college campus safety, and whether they would know what to do in a cardiac emergency.
Should AEDs be a part of every home’s emergency response plan? Should there be one next to the first aid kit or fire extinguisher in every home?
CPR Instructors: Are you ready for the new certification requirements the American Heart Association will implement beginning January 2019? We have the manikins you need to train effectively and certify your students.