Quick question: what’s the one disease that kills and maims more people than anything else in the world?
If you answered cardiovascular disease, you’re right.
Here’s a slightly more difficult question. What would you do if you – or someone near you – has a heart attack?
Most of us wouldn’t really know.
But considering that someone has a heart attack every 34 seconds, it’s something that all of us SHOULD know. It could be your boss, your mom, your colleague, or the lady in the checkout line ahead of you at the supermarket.
Knowing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and what to do next could save someone’s life. It could save YOUR life.
And you don’t need to do a first-aid course or attend any sort of training.