The long-term effects of even casual alcohol use can be devastating. Is there a “safe” level of alcohol consumption? And what, exactly, is one drink?
Do type 1 diabetics really need prescription insulin to survive? Can’t they just change their diet? Insulin prices lead to dangerous behaviors in some type 1 diabetics.
A study shows Millennials are more obese than any other generation at a younger age and it’s taking a toll on their health. What is contributing to this disturbing trend?
Vaping is the hottest new vice among teens and young adults, but is it safer than smoking? We look at the newest generation of tobacco users.
Check out the brand new resource we developed to help you find, apply and win grant funding for an AED! Find over 30 AED grants plus tips and advice for writing your proposal.
AED funding can be a challenge for some organizations. How can you find the money for these life-saving devices? AED Superstore has suggestions.
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?
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.
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 Read how to dispose of any and all outdated and unused prescription medications safely and effectively.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.
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.
Of all the things you learn in high school, one of the most valuable skills you can learn is how to save a life: it just might be someone you know and love, or a stranger you have never met before.
An oldie but a goodie: So, you’re thinking about implementing an AED Program, and you have many questions, one of which is, “wouldn’t it be more practical to have a rechargeable battery in my AED?” Great question! Allow us to clear up some of the misconceptions about having a rechargeable battery instead of a long-life lithium non-rechargeable battery. The non-rechargeable lithium batteries generally have a useful life of up to 4 – 5 years in standby mode. “Standby mode” is when the AED is ready for use and the only drain on the battery is from the AED performing its …