The British Heart Foundation wants to tackle a delicate problem.
It wants more people to use CPR to help in an emergency when a person is suffering from cardiac arrest.
But a recent poll in Britain shows that people tend not to perform CPR because they are not sure how to do it.
A lack of training and a phobia of the mouth-to-mouth part of CPR seems to be responsible.
So, the foundation has launched a new campaign.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to Maura Gillespie, spokesperson for the British Heart Foundation.