Month: April 2016

You feel “off.” Your chest hurts, your heart starts pounding and you get shaky. Your stomach is queasy and you are lightheaded and feel like you need to sit or lie down. Are you having a heart attack? Or is it a panic attack?

A true story about how a sidelined athlete decided to go for the save.

Finding your pet not breathing or with his heart not beating can be a terrifying experience, but there are things you can do.

Andy Grammer’s popular song “Honey I’m Good” is a prime example of having a good time while being smart about it. All things in moderation…

Let’s go room by room and look at the ways you can ensure your kids are safer, despite your attention being elsewhere from time to time.

Too often, people tend to lump major life-threatening physical conditions together. While heart attack and stroke both get a lot of press, they are completely different conditions…

More than 6,000 patients under 18 years of age suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year in the US.

“What would you say if a campground owner came to you and told you they were considering purchasing an AED?”