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You Can Use "Baby Shark" to Teach Your Kids CPR

If you're sick of this song...don't be.  It might save your life someday.

Schools have started using "Baby Shark" to teach kids CPR, because it has just the right number of beats per minute for chest compressions.

"Baby Shark" is 115 beats per minute...Anything between 100 and 120 beats they say is fine.

"Stayin' Alive"by The Bee Gees is another song that's people use because it's 104 beats per minute.  But your kids probably don't know that song and won't remember it.

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Check out the video of kids doing CPR to Baby Shark

Here is one to Stayin' Alive