March 31, 2012 |
Many of us received basic lifesaving instruction in grade school, or during our tours of duty with the Boy or Girl Scouts. And then we forgot all of it. What are the chances you’ll actually be next to someone when they’re having a heart attack? Not super-high. But what are the chances you’d be somewhere in the vicinity? That’s a lot more realistic.
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