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Online First Aid Certification And CPR Classes For You

06th February 2012
Receive your online BLS CPR training for free. The special self guiding child CPR and first aid training is time effective those of you that need to learn the principles of fundamental life support but whose work schedules do not enable lengthy lectures a... Read >
Author: ronwrites

Why You Should Have ACLS Recertification Online?

25th February 2011
Are you an ACLS certificate holder? Is it still valid? Don’t you know that you need to renew your certification every two years? Read the article below and find out how you can renew your ACLS certificate easier and through the Internet. ACLS recertif... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Different Uses of Wine

29th September 2010
Usage of wine in religious ceremony is common to many regions and cultures. Libations often include wine, and the religious mysteries of Dionysus are usually thought to have used wine as an entheogen. In Jewish laws and traditions, wine plays an inherent ... Read >
Author: marvin

The Red Dress Lapel Pin Fights Women’s Heart Disease

09th July 2010
If you were asked to name the leading cause of death for women in the United States, could you do it? Breast cancer, right? Wrong. Heart disease kills one in three U.S. women each year - about six times as many as breast cancer. The American Heart Asso... Read >
Author: leelapelpin

This Article Will Explain Why Fad Diets Should Be Avoided

18th May 2010
Why are fad diets unhealthy for you? They usually work quickly and help you shed the excess pounds however they'll be dangerous for your health. There are many weight loss claims made about significant weight loss for very little effort. This is usually a... Read >
Author: barilj

New Pre-Med Guidelines

25th March 2010
In April, the American Heart Association, along with the ADA released new guidelines for antibiotic premedication of patients with certain heart conditions. The new guidelines do not include any changes in premedication for those patients with artificial ... Read >
Author: inspiredhygiene

Five Ways To Increase HDL

26th February 2010
Interestingly the way we look at cholesterol has changed dramatically in recent years due to new research suggesting that the key to healthy cholesterol is not as much about general cholesterol readings as it is about the ratio of good cholesterol (HDL) t... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Beat Depression with Physical Activity

23rd February 2010
Are you engaged in any physical activity? You might have tried swimming, cycling, jogging, brisk walking, or even stretching? Medical experts say that these activities help promote cardiovascular health. According to the latest guidelines released by the ... Read >
Author: Maxwell Gould

Common Jobs That Require CPR Certification

15th January 2010
According to the American Heart Association CPR guidelines, administering CPR immediately after the victim collapses doubles or triples chances for survival. CPR must be administered correctly, however; poorly performed CPR is not helpful in an emergency ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

CPR Steps

10th September 2009
CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is an easy to learn skill that can be used to save lives. Understanding CPR through proper training, such as is offered by www.cpraedcourse.com, can be invaluable, and can allow you to extend the life of an individua... Read >
Author: cpraedcourse

How To Make Your Man Less Vain But Healthier

15th June 2009
Not being the vainest person on the planet it surprises me how certain men are becoming close to obsessive about their hair, skin and their overall looks. Do you think men are vain? Or is it just that they have a lot of catching up to do? Having football ... Read >
Author: Jackie DeBurca

Fast food facts for muscle building and fat loss

09th April 2009
Eating on the run. Unless you're Mr. or Ms. Perfect, it's become a necessary evil these days. Although we're suppose to have all the conveniences of the modern world, enough to make our lives easier, it just seems like there's less and less time in the da... Read >
Author: The Abs Man

The ABCs? The 3Bs? A Window Into First Aid Training Classes

10th September 2008
The ABCs? The 3Bs? A Window Into First Aid Training Classes It is important for everyone to look into taking first aid training classes. There are many places that offer them - the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association are two highly re... Read >
Author: phoenix06007

Syndrome X - Are You Next?

05th November 2005
Are you as active as you were in your younger years? Do you struggle with excess weight that sits around your middle? Is your blood pressure considered a bit too high? Are you battling against increasingly high cholesterol? Clustered together, these fa... Read >
Author: Sandee Koehler
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