Tec Dossier – Paul Gregory Neilsen

In this article, we meet Paul Gregory Neilson and learn about his influence in the technical diving industry. Mesley was interviewed by a member of PADI staff, and this article was originally published on the TecRec blog on February 8, 2013.

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Tec Dossier – Chris Heitkemper

In this article, we meet Chris Heitkemper and learn more about her influence in the technical diving industry. Heitkemper was interviewed by a member of PADI staff, and this article was originally published on the TecRec blog on January 31, 2013.

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Scuba Diving on a Budget: Tips & Tricks

For some, it may seem impossible to keep up with the costs of scuba diving as a hobby. Fear not! Tightening your wallet doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your immersions. In fact, with all its health benefits, there are plenty of reasons why you shouldn’t give up scuba diving on a budget. Check out our list of budget-friendly tips and tricks below to help you explore the underwater wonders without breaking the bank.

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Why Children Should Learn CPR – Kids Save Lives

According to The Lancet, more than 350,000 people die each year in the United States due to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The Lancet also estimates more than 100,000 lives would be saved if more people learned cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) – beginning with school children. So, why should children learn CPR? In countries where CPR education is mandatory in schools, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is done in 60–75% of cases, compared to 20-40% elsewhere.

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Tec Dossier – Martin Robson

In this article, we meet technical diver Martin Robson and learn more about his influence in the technical diving industry. Robson was interviewed by a member of PADI staff, and this article was originally published on the TecRec blog on September 15, 2010.

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