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Healthy Living: Stopping Bleeds

If you’re between the ages of one and 44, the number one risk factor to your life is an accident.

That includes things like car accidents, falls and knife wounds.

As responsible citizens we’re trained to help when someone is choking or having a heart attack.

But far fewer of us know what to do when someone is bleeding.

Doctors around the world want to change that.

Whitney Amann has the details in today’s Healthy Living.