Facebook R&B crooner Mario has been relatively quiet on the music front for…
- Posted on Oct 20th 2008 10:00AM by David Sprague
Researchers at the University of Illinois' medical school found that the 'Saturday Night Fever' staple 'Stayin' Alive' could help people in cardiac arrest do just that -- because, at 103 beats per minute, it provides the perfect rhythm for performing CPR. The American Heart Association recommends 100 chest compressions per minute, and the study showed that 'Stayin' Alive' made a huge difference in classes where students were having trouble keeping the right beat while practicing on mannequins. When the song was turned on, Dr. Vinay Nadkarni said "all of a sudden within just a few seconds they get it right on the dot. I don't know how the Bee Gees knew this."
Perhaps they could find a way to incorporate 'How Can You Mend a Broken Heart' in instances when the first song doesn't do the trick.
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