It’s never easy to pick the winner of our $2000 AED Grant. The most recent reicipient is the Mobile Bay Area Chapter of Black Nurses Rock!
The FDA has given ZOLL the green light to sell its technologically advanced ZOLL 3 AED® for use by the general public. But what sets it apart?
Meet the latest winner of our $1,000 scholarship. Armed with a ukelele, she found a unique way to raise awareness about sudden cardiac arrest.
A lot of money is being spent on PPE, but protection is reduced when not used properly. This is a guide to using the most common PPE correctly.
Have some free time? Why not take a few minutes and learn hands-only CPR with these fun and helpful videos we have compiled?
When people go into cardiac arrest at home, statistics are not in their favor. Having an AED in your home can improve chances of survival.
COVID-19 Update: AED Superstore is prepared and continues to serve customers with normal business hours.
Are you looking for a portable, lightweight ultrasound system to aid in patient diagnostics in urgent situations? The Lumify Ultrasound System from Philips has three available transducers and connects to a phone or tablet.
Knowing the signs of heart disease, heart attack, and sudden cardiac arrest so the best treatment can be administered in a timely manner is key to survival.
Meet the latest winner of AED Superstore’s $1000 scholarship! An Eagle Scout who works to help athletes stay safe! Congratulations, Michael Morreale!
Capital City Rescue Mission’s primary purpose is to meet the needs of the homeless and poor. We are pleased to award our AED Grant to this organization.
Where you carry your weight, whether you are genetically male or female, and the type of fat which occupies most of your bodily real estate affects not only how you look, but how healthy you are.
Adopting a shelter dog offers it a second chance at a safe home, love, and care. It can also have definite health benefits for owners.
The first heavy snowfall can bring about the itch to get on the ski slopes, or head out into the woods to hunt or snowshoe. But can your heart handle it?
We try to raise awareness about sudden cardiac arrest every day, but during October we encourage others to help us out by spreading some facts about SCA, how to recognize the symptoms and what to do when it happens.
Women are 27% less likely to receive bystander CPR for an out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest event than men. Why? There may be a very simple explanation.