The Doctors and attorney Ann-Margaret Carrozza weigh in on the case of an unconscious man who came into the emergency room with a "Do not resuscitate" tattoo on his chest.
The Doctors discuss a new study that shows women are less likely to receive CPR when experiencing cardiac arrest.
Children under 4 years old don’t have the ability to thoroughly chew food and it can easily get caught in their small windpipes. The Doctors share some tips to keep your loved ones safe.
See the amazing footage of a student saving another student from choking. Plus, The Doctors discuss the importance of being prepared for a choking emergency.
The Doctors discuss a new Illinois law that will ensure your hairdresser is trained to save lives. Should you expect your stylist to be trained?
The Doctors discuss the incredible story of a boy who was struck by lightning and saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk. To meet them, click here.
Meet a boy who was struck by lightning and then saved by a classmate who had just learned CPR from an airport CPR kiosk.
The Doctors share the heroic story of Hakeem, a man who happened to be in the right place at the right time. Hear how he saved the life of a 2-month-old girl named Adda Claire, whose mother found her face down and not breathing in her crib.
A new smartphone app could help you save someone’s life. Learn how.
When Judy’s husband, David, collapsed right in front of her, she immediately recalled a segment from the show in which Dr. Travis shared the perfect tune to follow when performing chest compressions on a patient while awaiting emergency services.