Hands-only CPR can help save someone's life, without mouth to mouth breathing. That's according to a new statement by the American Heart Association.
You can find a video online on how to give hands-only CPR. The website shows two steps anyone can take to help an adult who goes into sudden cardiac arrest.
But there are always exceptions to the rule. The American Heart Association says hands-only CPR should not be used for infants or children.
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