breath \ 'breth\ n [ME breth]
a. the air taken into or expelled from the lungs. (I was gasping for breath.) b. an inhalation or exhalation of air from the lungs. (She drew in a quick breath.) c. (archaic) the power of breathing; life. d. SPIRIT, ANIMATION— synonyms: life, life force; in one breath : almost simultaneously

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How to Perform Infant CPR

How to Perform Infant CPR

Infants have different needs when it comes to CPR. Adults most often require it for cardiac arrest, whereas infants more often require CPR as a result of a blocked airway. This also makes it important to start CPR immediately. See how here. Because their airways are narrower and more fragile than adults, its recommended you use...
400 Drownings in the Great Lakes

400 Drownings in the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project (GLSRP) announced their current statistics indicating that there have been 403 drowning incidents since 2010. Rip currents, which people don’t expect in lakes, are responsible for many of those deaths. The near drowning of David Benjamin led him to co-create the CLSPRP, organize surf rescue classes, lead rip current awareness campaigns, and track Great Lakes...