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WITH hiking gaining popularity over the past year, five Penang Island city councillors decided to pool together their allocations to purchase two automated external defibrillators (AED) and a mobile training cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) set with mannequin worth about RM23,000 for the Penang Community Policing Charity Team.
GEORGE TOWN: For the past seven years, Lim Teik Aun has devoted his time to helping the poor and needy.
HEART attacks happen unexpectedly, and can take place in unexpected places.
GEORGE TOWN: Lorry driver Koay Ah Hock was driving his heavy vehicle on Oct 30 when he had a heart attack and lost consciousness.
HOUSEWIFE A. Vasanthi, 38, received a timely grocery aid from the Community Policing Malaysia Penang Charity Team.
GEORGE TOWN: Clinically dead for at least 30 minutes but brought back to life. Is that even possible?
AVID hikers and the public grabbed the chance to learn how to perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and use an AED (automated external defibrillator) in case of an emergency during a programme at the Bukit Jambul hiking trail in Penang.
GEORGE TOWN: A sports enthusiast got a rude shock when he found out that his body could not take the pressure from exercising after a three-month hiatus.