It’s American Heart Month!

Valentine’s Day isn’t the only focus that involves hearts in February.  On December 30, 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson officially declared February as American Heart Month.  At that time, more than half of the total deaths in the US were caused by cardiovascular disease. Take some time to evaluate your heart health.  Smart diets, regular […]

Why should YOU wear red this Friday?

Every year, tens of thousands of Americans will wear red-colored shirts, pants, shoes, socks, hats, and jackets all on the same day in February – but it’s not to commemorate Valentines Day.   The American Heart Association helped designate the first Friday in February as National Wear Red Day to help bring awareness to women […]

What’s the number for 9-1-1?

One call can help bring lifesaving resources to an emergency virtually anywhere in the United States. One call initiates the chain of survival that can help successful resuscitation’s among cardiac arrest patients. In a way, one call does it all. That, of course, is an emergency call made to 911. Lets talk about the history […]