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American Heart AssociationMarch 5th, 2015 at 11:54pm
A healthy blood pressure can add 5 years to your life. That’s enough time for an 8th grader to graduate...
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Currently, 21 states have legislation in place that requires CPR training for students before they graduate from high school. Read...