Andover Man Saved By NYPD Officers After Going Into Cardiac ArrestAn 83-year-old Andover man was celebrating his wedding anniversary when he went into cardiac arrest in New York City.
Study: Hospital Patients Still More Likely To Die On WeekendsDoctors call it the "weekend effect." Patients in the hospital are more likely to die off-hours -- whether it's due to a brain bleed, a heart attack or a clot in the lungs.
Runner Saved By Good Samaritans, Boston EMSSeveral Good Samaritans are being credited with saving a life after a man went into cardiac arrest during a 5K race.
Healthwatch: The Impacts of Pre-Participation Cardiac Screenings, A Visit To Grandma'sA new study says pre-participation cardiac screening is ineffective and a visit to grandma may be unhealthy for your child.
Drones Carrying Defibrillators Could Aid Heart EmergenciesResearchers found drones arrived at the scene of cardiac arrests faster than ambulances.
Charlestown Little League Considering New Safety Measures After Tragic AccidentA boy is left in critical condition after a friendly pick-up baseball game went wrong on Sunday.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest: What you don't Know CAN Hurt you!Every day in the US, more than 1,000 people go into cardiac arrest. Only about 10 percent of them survive.
Special Vest Shocks Life Back Into Rutland ManPete Sweeney was saved by a special defibrillator vest after suffering sudden cardiac arrest while watching a Bruins game.
Back from the BrinkNobody expects to experience sudden cardiac arrest and the possibility of brain injury — especially an active young mother with a healthy lifestyle.
BIDMC Scientist Testing microRNAs as Heart Disease BiomarkerBIDMC cardiologist Saumya Das, MD, PhD, is leading a large national study to identify microRNAs that might serve as biomarkers in patients with heart disease.
Firefighter, Police Officer Save Man Who Collapsed In NewtonAn off-duty firefighter and police officer helped save the life of a father when he collapsed at his son’s basketball game.