The state of Texas recently passed a law, which Governor Rick Perry signed into law, that required high school students to receive CPR training in order to graduate. The law, Texas House Bill 897, ensures that area high school teachers received CPR training from the American Heart Association, who in turn will train primarily 9th and 10th[…]
Salty Running features articles by and for women looking to improve their training and performance, and offers a free “Running for Beginners” program that can provide anyone with a good, simple introduction to the sport. Running is my favorite heart-healthy exercise, and is demonstrated to lower cholesterol levels, improve longevity, increase bone mass, and improve[…]
I updated both this website and Chemical Cake to support sharing articles to Pinterest. Pinterest is a virtual pinboard you can easily share links on. The site is image based, so unlike Tumblr, where one can post simple text as well, shared links must have an associated graphic. I find this limiting, since not every item[…]
Happy new year everyone. I hope to continue to improve our writing and web site in 2012. Also, 2012 will be the first year in the 21st century that I’ll use the twenty prefix. Hello twenty-twelve!
I’m excited that you’re reading our first article at cpr.com! You may have ended up here because you read an article about or by us at another lifestyle web site; you clicked on an ad; or possibly just at random, looking for self-improvement tips or information relevant to your own heathy-living lifestyle. We created cpr.com to[…]