Since it’s invention, education systems have constantly changed. Learning institutions are continually seeking and implementing more innovative ways of sharing knowledge to reach wider audiences. Like any other field, CPR and first aid training classes are constantly evolving. As researchers try to come up with more effective ways of saving lives, their partners in training are coming up with more effective methods of reaching larger audiences. CPR and first aid training helps in saving lives. It applies simple skills that can be acquired by anyone regardless of their educational levels.
Cholesterol is a fat content found in body cells. Cholesterol is useful in the manufacture of vitamin D, hormones and other products used in the digestion process. The body/the liver has the capacity to make the cholesterol it requires. Cholesterol is also found in animal proteins: eggs, cheese and meat. High levels of cholesterol in the body is dangerous as it combines with other substances to form plague which sticks to the walls of blood vessels- a condition called atherosclerosis. Plague accumulates over time, thinning blood vessels leading to coronary artery disease.