Do You Know How To Do 'Hands Only CPR'? Doctors Say It Saves LivesNearly 300,000 people die each year because they suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital — but knowing CPR could change those numbers.
High School Student Saved By Staff After Near Drowning In Pool School staff pulled him out of the water and began administering CPR and by the time EMS arrived, he was breathing on his own.
FDA Warns That Recalled Defibrillators May Fail In EmergenciesThey're supposed to make the difference in cases of life and death, but the government says certain heart devices may fail.
Learning CPR Could Help You Save A LifeIf someone collapsed in front of you, would you know what to do to keep that person alive?
Man's Heart Stops While Casting Ballot Wants To Know If He Finished Voting After RevivedThe man was voting at the Southfield Township Clerk's office and fortunately a registered nurse well-versed in giving CPR, was sitting nearby.
Michael Zuke: A Difference Maker In The CommunityMichael Zuke of Rochester Hills says last June 29th started like any other. He was working as a life guard at the Great Oaks Country Club, scanning the pool where there were dozens of people at play. Then he heard the screaming.
Farmington To Offer Free CPR Training For High School StudentsThe Farmington Hills Fire Department and City of Farmington Department of Public Safety, in partnership with Farmington Public Schools, is offering free CPR training to high school students.
U-M Fan To Be Honored For Saving Rival Fan's LifeAn unsuspecting Michigan fan who helped save the life of a Notre Dame fan during the football game at the Big House on September 10, is being honored Saturday night.
Watching One Minute Video Can Help You Save Someone's LifeGot a minute? Then you can learn how to help save someone’s life.
15-Year-Old Boy Dies In ATV AccidentFamily members pulled the ATV off the teen and gave him CPR, but were unable to revive him.
Study Shows CPR Assistance Devices Boost Survival by 53 PercentA study published in the Jan. 18 Lancet medical journal shows CPR performed with two experimental devices can increase survival after an out-of-hospital cardiac event by 53 percent. Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak was one of 29 hospitals and 43 EMS agencies in seven U.S. locations that participated in the study.
CPR Switch, Chest Presses First