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Airline travelers waiting for flights can now spend a few minutes learning a life-saving skill. Unusual kiosks at several U.S. airports teach CPR using videos, rubber torsos and a disco soundtrack. (March 16) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is t...
We've seen some crazy sh*t when we go to car events, but this is right up there with one of the nuttiest turbo placements EVER! Check out this truck - LSx, big turbo, and a CRAZY LOUD SPOOLIN' bed-side down-pipe exhaust!! We decided to take advantage of the rare opportunity to jump in the bed and ride shotgun along side his TURBO in this extremely unique S10.
YokeSaver is a tool for the water utility industry that allows one person to change the angle valve or check valve on a water meter yoke. Visit www.yokesaver.com for more information.
More than 300 children from the Indianapolis Boys & Girls Club came together with 3,000+ Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) employees when we introduced them to one another in a most unexpected way. At the 2016 Clinical Managers’ Conference, Fresenius Medical Care employees took part in the “All Together Better: Team Challenge” at Lucas Oil Stadium. But here’s the kicker – neither the clinical managers nor the kids had any idea that they would meet and the circumstances that would bring them together. FMCNA is the nation’s leading network of kidney dialysis facilities and our mission is to improve quality of life extends beyond the doors of our clinics and offices. Providing children with the resources to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle helps reduce the risk of develop...
Meet Ron, a renowned choir director from Port St. Lucie, Florida, who was diagnosed with kidney failure after his diabetes doctor suspected Ron was experiencing kidney problems. Watch Ron’s full story here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2xi4... ) as he shares his journey of beginning dialysis and taking on new challenges, such as diet and fluid changes. With support from his colleagues, friends and the Fresenius Kidney Care team, Ron is doing what he loves—like fishing and playing the organ at church every Sunday. Connect With Fresenius Kidney Care! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Facebook – https://www.fb.com/FreseniusKidneyCare Twitter – https://twitter.com/FreseniusKC
Kent Baker car owner, P.J.Jones Driver, The No. 40 Whoosh Car standing for the sound that the original Andy Granatelli STP Special No. 40 Turbine car made with then driving Parnelli Jones nearly won with at the Indy 500. The turbine was what was the beginning of the end for unlimited racing setups at the Indy 500. The Turbine had a small bearing that failed in the engine 4 laps before the end of the race. Kent Bakers Whoosh Car is a commemorative example of that car. It is a fine example of a race car standing out among all the cars in the field for it's style and beauty. The original number 40 out paced the field from start to finish again nearly winning with it's famous sound Whoosh as it went by!
The Original Caravan Rain Saver Gutter. FEATURES = Gutter diverts water away from your annexe and floor area, Collects usable water, Easy to install, Compact and light for travelling. BENEFIT = Keeps annexe floor dryer which adds to your comfort, Makes caravaners more self sufficient, Ability to free camp longer, Small outlay for consistent water supply.
I am in the process of upgrading the lighting in my shop. It currently has a number of 4-lamp and 2-lamp T12 4-foot fluorescent fixtures. The best solution is to replace the ballast in each of these fixtures with high-efficiency electronic ballast ($15), and replace the lamps with T8 high-CRI bulbs. This will save energy, and greatly improve the quality of the light. LEDs and T5 fluorescent are MUCH more expensive to install, and their energy savings are not nearly enough to justify the cost. Remember that running a T8 with an electronic ballast will provide more light than it's nominal rating, which is for magnetic ballasts. T5 are always rated for electronic ballasts, so it is not a fair comparison. For new fixtures in my shop, the cheapest/best solution is to buy $10 "shop lig...