Dressed in hospital scrubs, Manida My heard "code blue" and saw her patient's heartbeat on the monitor. All she could think was, "What should I do?" Her first patient, "Johnny," was critically injured in a traffic accident caused by texting and driving.
"At first, I was really nervous. My heart was racing," said the 17-year-old, a senior at Lakewood High School in Long Beach, Calif. "I realized I had somebody helping me and I was more confident … Even though it was kind of scary, it was a good kind of thrill."