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Hands-Only CPR Demo Video

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Watch and learn the simple steps in this new 60-second demo video to help save a life with Hands-Only CPR. If you know the two steps to Hands-Only CPR, you're ready to help save a life. Show less
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You have the power to save a life in your hands literally. And since 80% of victims of sudden cardiac arrest collapse at home the person you may save is most likely to be someone you love. The American Heart Association can help. Sign up today to get trained in CPR and make a donation now so we can continue our lifesaving work.
Stroke is the nation's fourth leading cause of death. Knowing your risks and controlling what you can is the best defense against having a stroke.
Welcome to the Healthier Kids channel -- where kids and families can learn to be heart-healthy together!

The American Heart Association's Healthier Kids initiative is set to educate children, and their caregivers, on the lifelong benefits of healthy nutrition, physical activity and ways to curb obesity through our numerous programs, tools and resources that make healthy-living a fun experience.

If you like our videos, give us a thumbs up and share it with your friends! Thanks for living heart-healthy with us.
Go Red For Women celebrates the energy, passion and power for women to band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke.
Watch, Learn and Live: Check out these tips for leading a healthy lifestyle.
Obesity is one of the most expensive health care problems in America. One third of U.S. children are overweight or obese putting them at higher risk of heart disease and stroke.

The American Heart Association is taking a new approach in the fight against childhood obesity. We've teamed with noted child-nutrition activist and philanthropist Kelly Meyer to create the American Heart Association Teaching Gardens planted in elementary schools across the country that become real-life learning laboratories for students to learn what it means to be healthy.

Aimed at first graders through fifth, we teach children how to plant seeds, nurture growing plants, harvest produce and ultimately understand the value of good eating habits.

Garden-themed lessons teach nutrition, math, science and other subjects all while having fun in the fresh air and working with your hands.

Together, we can dramatically change the way America thinks about and consumes food.
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