Perhaps you’re familiar with the rumor that humming “Stayin’ Alive” while doing chest compressions is the best way to perform CPR on someone. Some of you might even remember when Michael Scott memorably sang the Bee Gees’ hit when learning CPR with his co-workers on "The Office." While chaos ensued in the rest of that episode, this CPR secret can still be beneficial to incorporate in everyday life, and New York-Presbyterian Hospital is here to help you do that. The top-ranked NYPH created a Spotify playlist and shared it via Twitter to help raise awareness about effective CPR, and help everyday individuals easily remember how to time chest compressions. "Only about 46 percent of cardiac arrest victims receive bystander intervention before EMS arrives and women are even less likely to receive intervention," Lauren Browdy, a spokesperson from NYPH, says. "But for every minute without CPR, the survival rate decreases by 10 percent." Top Celeb … [Read more...] about New York-Presbyterian Hospital Creates Life-Saving CPR Spotify Playlist
We take our music seriously at "CBS This Morning." Keep up with the music we play on the broadcast by following our "CBS This Morning" Spotify playlist and checking CBSThisMorning.com for daily playlist posts. (There's No Place Like Home) for the Holidays" – Perry Como "Coming Home" – Diddy - Dirty Money, Skylar Grey "Little Drummer Boy" – Mannheim Steamroller "O Little Town of Bethlehem" – Jack Jezzro "Santa Tell Me" – Ariana Grande "Do You Hear What I Hear?" – Whitney Houston "Step Into Christmas" – Elton John "What Christmas Means To Me" – Stevie Wonder "What Goes Around…/ …Comes Around (Interlude)" – Justin Timberlake "All I Want for Christmas Is You" – Mariah Carey "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" – Andy Williams "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town" – Bruce Springsteen "Name" – The Goo Goo Dolls "A Marshmallow World" – She & Him "Footprints" – Wayne Shorter … [Read more...] about “CBS This Morning” Spotify Playlist: December 24, 2018
The ongoing David v. Goliath battle between the students and other file sharers and the Recording Industry Association of America had us wondering what songs lawyers are pulling together for their playlists.This speculation prompted some discussion at the ABA Journal. The results, a proposed lawyer playlist that includes a host of legal-system inspired songs. To name a random few:– “Caught, Can We Get A Witness?” by Public Enemy– “Lawyers, Guns and Money” by Warren Zevon– “Razzle Dazzle” from the movie and play Chicago– “Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley– “I’m Just a Bill” from Schoolhouse Rock– “Sue Me, Sue You Blues” by George HarrisonThis made us wonder…Which songs would you choose for a lawyer’s playlist?Answer in the comments section below.Read last week’s question and answers about the rookie duty you were most grateful to shed. Our Favorite Answer … [Read more...] about Which Songs Would You Choose for a Lawyer’s Playlist?
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — With demonstrators standing outside his concert protesting his presence, R. Kelly summoned his passionate fans to carry him through what has been a difficult week.Interspersing references to God with his suggestive lyrics and salty language, Kelly stirred up a crowd inside the Greensboro Coliseum on Friday to buoy him as he encountered longstanding allegations of mistreatment of women and an effort to get coliseum officials to cancel the concert."Sometimes, some storms ain't gonna stop," Kelly told the audience during his nearly one-hour performance. "As long as my fans are calling for me, I'm gonna be on that stage, singing these songs."Well after his performance, however, the storms that started before he arrived continued to roil.Women's groups had urged the Greensboro Coliseum to cancel, days after Kelly was disinvited from a concert in Chicago. Spotify announced it would no longer stream his music in its curated playlists.Although it didn't announce … [Read more...] about Apple won’t promote R. Kelly music on featured playlists
Erin Blakemore, The Washington Post Published 7:27 am PDT, Monday, March 25, 2019 NASA on SoundCloud SoundCloud.com/NASA - - - What does a rocket launch sound like? What did Neil Armstrong really say when he first stepped onto the surface of the Moon? The answers - and hours of riveting audio - are on NASA's account at SoundCloud.com/NASA. The space agency has uploaded hundreds of tracks and podcasts to the sound-sharing platform. The sounds are diverse, fascinating, frequently updated and free of charge. You can browse individual tracks, but a good way to get started is by using playlists that collect related sounds, such as the ones put on the Golden Record. The duplicate gold-plated copper disks went into space with Voyagers 1 and 2 in 1977. Collected by a committee chaired by cosmologist Carl Sagan, the records were designed to be listened to by any advanced alien civilization that might intercept them. You can tune in, too. They are thought-provoking time (and … [Read more...] about An out of this world playlist: NASA audio site offers riveting listening