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If your planning a trip to Kohls this weekend, make sure to grab this deal! Get a FREE ELLE Nail Polish when you spend $25 or more on sandals or flip-flops, in Store Only - Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27
To grab the deal you need to text ELLE to 56457 (KOHLS) to get your pass. You will receive two to three auto-dialed text messages sent to your mobile number. Participation not required to make a purchase. You must be 18 years or older to text Kohl’s. Reply HELP for help, reply STOP to cancel. Msg&Data Rates May Apply. See Kohls.com/mobile for mobile Terms & Conditions. Limit 1 per customer. Valid with savings pass in store only.
LEGO Star Wars 75052 Mos Eisley Cantina Building Toy
Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 63 (previously unranked)
Disney Frozen Backpack Elsa & Anna Sisters Love
Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 348 (previously unranked)
Buy new: $49.99 $35.00
Hello Sunshine Game
by Think Fun
6,562% Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 40 (was 2,665 yesterday)
Buy new: $19.99 $9.98
Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center
590% Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 250 (was 1,726 yesterday)
Buy new: $17.99 $9.49
Crayola Construction Paper, Assorted Colors, 96 count (99-3000)
149% Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 374 (was 934 yesterday)
Buy new: $4.99 $2.46
Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack
109% Sales Rank in Toys & Games: 153 (was 321 yesterday)
Buy new: $7.99 $4.99
Hurry over to Cartwheel to score this 50% off Coke Products offer - Limit 2 Cokes per person and only for the first 25,000!
Accidental deaths, such as drowning and choking, are the number one cause of death in kids of every age.1 This accidents often result in cardiac arrest—an event that is immediately life threatening without CPR. Every minute that a bystander does not provide CPR for cardiac arrest, the chance of that child surviving drops 10%. Brain damage starts in 4 minutes without CPR.
In children up to 13 years old, the most common cause of cardiac arrest are undiagnosed birth defects of the heart.2 That means that kids can be walking around with a subtle heart defect and their parents don’t know about it until cardiac arrest strikes. Sudden cardiac death in the young is underappreciated—66 young athletes die of cardiac arrest each year.3
Cardiac arrest can happen quickly, which is why parents, teachers, and coaches should be prepared and willing to provide basic life support.
Two-thirds of cardiac arrests in young people are witnessed.2 If bystander CPR is given, kids are over 3 times as likely to live. Unfortunately, bystanders help only one in three people, probably because 70% of US citizens don’t feel prepared to deliver CPR.
Source - http://www.aclsmedicaltraining.com/