University High School student Kai Bates-Diop and his mother Wilma Bates join WJBC’s Sam Wood to discuss their ongoing efforts to put A.E.D’s in the hands of organizations that need them most. To listen click here
It’s shockingly simple to restart a heart…
with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). But AEDs don’t work if we can’t find them. When seconds count – locating the nearest AED can be a matter of life and death.
The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation Women’s Health Night is an annual event featuring issues, speakers, resources and much more… all related to women and their health and wellness.
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- Stayin' Alive! 2017
- Saturday, August 26, 2017
Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation News
Huffington Post In the beginning, there are 64 teams. Each roster contains about fifteen players which means there are approximately 960 student athletes competing for the NCAA Championship trophy. The teams hail from thirty-two conferences; however, the majority of them
LOUISVILLE, KY — No national standards exist for the maintenance of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and their registration with manufacturers, making these practices voluntary and highly variable. What the public may not realize is that when AEDs are not registered,
The 19th annual Women’s Health Night was huge success thanks to our wonderful vendors, attendees, the Wesleyan Shirk Center, and our keynote speaker, Gold-Medal Olympian, Jackie Joyner-Kersee. The new Shirk Center location provided ample space for vendors and attendees to
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The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation