Super Lice Treatment

In the last year or so, super lice has been a big problem in many schools. Lice has become resistant to the typical over the counter lice treatments and are now harder than ever to treat. Unfortunately, it was a severe problem for us personally in my daughter's classroom last year. It seemed like the…Read more Super Lice Treatment

Calling 9-1-1

Currently, it is estimated that about 70% of 9-1-1 calls are placed using wireless phones and that figure is rapidly increasing. What many people fail to realize is that when you use a wireless phone to call for help, it is even more critical that you know the location of the emergency. Wireless phones are…Read more Calling 9-1-1

AED’s In The Workplace

When someone collapses, suffering from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), the most common cause is an abnormal rhythm of the heart called ventricular fibrillation. One misconception the general public has, which I've come to realize when teaching, is the belief that CPR used independently will restart the heart after a few minutes. After all, it is…Read more AED’s In The Workplace

CPR Saved Five-Year-Old Near Drowning Victim

On the evening of Friday, July 25th, a five-year-old Louisiana boy nearly drowned at an apartment complex pool. It is reported that the boy who didn't have permission to swim, was in the care of an adult family member at the time of the incident. Fortunately, a bystander was able to perform CPR on the…Read more CPR Saved Five-Year-Old Near Drowning Victim