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5 common myths people rely on in their preparations & why your efforts may be better spent elsewhere. » » »
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Never forget. Rebuild. Strive for new heights.

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Many people have dogs as pets. Dogs can be very loyal to their owners, so in case of a medical emergency, an agitated dog can be very serious about  protecting it’s owner from what it perceives as a threat. So how to get quickly past the over-zealous & possibly dangerous (temporarily, perhaps) dog to provide emergency medical treatment? These videos offer some safety suggestions & tips.

Videos embedded with permission from Hector Hernandez, founder of First Class Dog Training. Hector is an author, former law enforcement officer, speaker, police K-9 instructor and professional dog trainer.

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Medical director Jim Morgan, DO, distills eight lessons learned from the Joplin tornado & aftermath.

from EMS World.   » » » 

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Hands-Only CPR offers the common layperson an easy, less averse procedure that can save a life.   » » » 

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