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The Doctors prescription for the day is to take a CPR class. It's so simple, even a 3-year-old could do it! The Doctors are joined by that 3-year-old, Saige, and her father, Chris. Saige demonstrates CPR on a doll and Chris explains how his daughter learned.
Chris is a former fire lieutenant and EMT and teaches a CPR class. He once tried to remove the mask from a dummy and Saige kept putting it back on. He says from that day, her skills have been excelling and she outdoes a lot of people! He tells his students if they can't outdo her, they won't pass his class. He shows them videos of Saige as a two-year-old doing it.
"If she can do it, what's stopping everyone else from learning?" asks Chris. The Doctors agree! "It's scary, but it's not difficult. You will potentially have the ability to save a life," says ER physician Dr. Travis Stork.