Why is CPR Important?

Why is CPR Important?

Almost everyone has seen CPR performed in a TV show and knows that it can save a life after heart attack, smoke inhalation, drowning, and other accidents. Unlike many other aspects of TV drama, the lifesaving potential of CPR is very real. While the process may not always be depicted 100% accurately, CPR does dramatically increase the chances of survival and can even bring someone back from death.

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Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

Each year, organizations like The Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation participate in the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community. The Walk raises funds donated by these orgs and supporting individuals for key missions.

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