Gender Bias Found in Bystander CPR

Gender Bias Found in Bystander CPR

Findings from a new study conducted at the University of Pennsylvania indicate that women are less likely than men to get CPR from a bystander and more likely to die. Only 39 percent of women suffering cardiac arrest in a public place were given CPR versus 45 percent...

Cultivating Healthy Communities

Approximately 60 percent of a person’s life expectancy is driven by factors outside of the doctor’s office – our individual behaviors, as well as social and environmental factors[1]. As part of its continued effort to address social determinants of health, the Aetna...