First-Aid for Chest Pain

Chest pain can occur for a variety of reasons. Any type of chest pain, however, that lasts for 15 minutes or longer should be taken seriously. As soon as chest pain starts, a careful assessment must be made and paramedics should be called immediately if a heart attack or any type of heart problem...

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First-Aid for Asthma Attacks

An asthma attack consists of narrowed airways that are swollen and producing extra mucus. The patient may be wheezing, feel short of breath and may be coughing. The symptoms vary from one person to the next and may also include pain or tightness in the chest. An attack can range from minor to life-threatening....

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3 Hidden Health Risks to Avoid

Staying healthy is very important to Many Canadians; exercising regularly, watching food intake and monitoring your medication are great ways to keep your body healthy. Heart 2 Heart, Canada’s best First Aid & CPR Training in Toronto, has a few suggestions to help you avoid some hidden detriments to good health:   Eating Too...

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