Ready for those flashing lights? Well, you better be because it’s that time of the year for Young Worker Video Contest, hosted by the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition ( […]
It is National Volunteer Week at the American Red Cross and we would like to take this opportunity to recognize some of the volunteers from within our local communities. Over […]
Are you familiar with the “bystander effect?”If you’ve taken a psychology class, you might already know about this phenomenon. In short, the greater the number of people present, the less […]
Bad CPR pun? Probably. Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in the United States. Along with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), using an automatic external defibrillator or AED is […]
A little reminder about something awesome provided by the Red Cross’ Service to the Armed Forces program: Red Cross shows some love for military families by offering a scholarship that […]
Support the Red Cross and change a life, starting with your own. Apoya a la Cruz Roja y cámbiale la vida a alguien, empezando por la tuya.
One of the more famous services the Red Cross provides are CPR classes. Heart disease, as we all know, is the leading cause of death in the United States. One […]
Before you Red Dress, Red Cross! This Saturday, the Oregon Trail Chapter will offer the first in a new series of classes: CPR4LGBTQ. Held in the comfortable, casual “living room” […]
Do you suffer from antlophobia? If you live in Vernonia, Oregon, you just might. Rather than give you all the answers, I’ll give you the phobia and you name the […]
Last thing from me about Singles CPR (for now). Here’s the video that Kimberly Wilson of The Oregonian put together about this event.And yes, yours truly provided the voiceover.