Don’t you love those time-travel movies where the characters go back to re-do something for the better?
Take some inspiration from zombie preparedness to get ready for any natural disaster.
Are you prepared for anything? Here is some inspiration!
American Red Cross Youth Leader Emily Stith is a junior at Nile C. Kinnick High School at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan. She hopes sharing her experience will encourage …
We’ve often talked about our 3 steps to preparedness: Get a Kit, Make a Plan, and Be Informed. These steps go a long way towards keeping you and your family safe, but there’s another step that you can take to help keep your entire community safe: Give Blood.
Severe winter weather is expected in many areas of the U.S. this week. Red Cross chapters are prepared to respond, providing shelter, food, and other assistance as needed.
The February issue of Seventeen magazine hit the shelves yesterday, and there’s a special mission inside of it!
Today, the American Red Cross announced that it will train 5 million people in hands-only CPR in 2011. Hands-only (or “compression only”) CPR is easy to learn and- if used in an emergency situation by a bystander- can vastly improve chances of survival for someone suffering cardiac arrest.
We at the American Red Cross learned of the new CPR guidelines when everyone else did yesterday, so our experts are busy today reviewing this new research to determine an official stance.
“Your desk is some kind of protection – both symbolic and actually physical,” says design critic Alice Twemlow in this sweet little video about the role of desks in our lives.