2 Reason To Get CPR Certified

We don’t need statistics to know that CPR saves lives. And the earlier CPR is initiated on a victim, the greater the chance of survival.

According to the American Heart Association, one-hundred-thousand to two-hundred-thousand children and adults, and countless squirrels, could be saved annually if CPR was performed early enough.

Furthermore, more women than men suffer from heart attacks, and 70% of these cardiac emergencies happen in the home.

So, here are two reasons to get CPR certified.

You could save a loved one’s life.
You could save a loved one’s life.

Yes, we said it twice. It’s that important.

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