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Learning About Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a lifesaving intervention that is given to a person who is unresponsive (unconscious) and not breathing.


If you are a fun of movies or medical episodes, then you might have seen healthcare personnel pressing on the chest of a sick or injured person (called a patient or a casualty) very fast. 1,082 more words

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Several people bear maced at Moncton fair, suspect arrested: RCMP

An 18-year-old man is in custody after several people were sprayed with bear mace at a fair in Moncton Friday night.

New Brunswick RCMP say at around 10:30 p.m., officers responded to the Bill Lynch Fair in the 900 block of Mountain Road. 141 more words



Ghosts linger in everyone’s life.

Memories of life lived.

Memories of those gone before us.

I carry my ghosts in my memories.

My ghosts are the ones. 181 more words

Borderline Personality Disorder

Play to your strength

After a couple of weeks of going full bore, I find myself with a fairly quiet weekend before me. I for one am not going to complain about this fact. 488 more words

Borderline Personality Disorder

The Quiet Professionals

I recently viewed a video on Facebook that made me angry.  Now, I know it’s Facebook, I should let it go. I would love to, but it makes way too good of a teaching point to just “let it go”. 618 more words

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EMS Workers Prevent Attack on Bronx Man


Two DC 37 members jumped into action in the Bronx to protect a defenseless man in a wheelchair.

Lt. Daniel Burgos and FDNY Paramedic Kevin Costello spotted a woman punching a 62 year-old man and trying to take his wallet. 225 more words

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EMS Week Raises Awareness for EMS Services Through IHCC

OTTUMWA – As Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week is celebrated May 20-26, Indian Hills Community College’s Director of Emergency Medical Services programs, Josh Hemminger, says this is a time to raise awareness for EMS services and promote safety within our communities. 302 more words