Did you hear about this? Earlier in the week a one month old baby went into cardiac arrest while the family was shopping. They took it inside a store and called 9-11. Thanks to a smartphone app called "PulsePoint" an auto mechanic down the street was alerted to the emergency and he drove over and kept the baby alive until the ambulance arrived.

There are two ways Jeff Olson was a hero that day. First, he was trained in CPR. Second, he subscribed to an app service that notified him when he could be of help. How inspiring.

A coworker said he went to a CPR crash course with Boy Scouts recently. They said there's been a lot of fuss over "doing it right" in the media, but the truth is, if they're not breathing and their heart isn't beating they're technically dead. SO DO SOMETHING!

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