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There's no reason to freak out about Ebola and other deadly diseases, but there is every reason to take all the precautions available.
These simple stretches can drastically cut firefighter injuries and can all be done during a routine truck check.
Luckily, EMS arrived behind firefighters to a call for difficulty breathing and evacuated the building when their carbon monoxide monitors went off
Never mind the workout, focus on these job-specific training exercises to improve fitness and reduce injury.
Understanding what it means to be extreme and when to do it will make you the best you can be even at running rehab sectors.
Working the medical tent at an endurance event shows similarities and differences to firefighter rehab.
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Those little spasms, aches and pains are what often become the bigger injury; here are three truths about your back
When encapsulated in firefighting gear, heat-related illness can come fast and furious, here are measures to prevent and treat its three variations.
The days of trying to tough out mental stress are over and rehab needs to include a mental-health component.
Given that sugar elevates the risk of cancer and heart attack, no fire department should be sugary food and drinks.
Here are the negative effects of exercise and heat on the body during firefighting, and how to counter those effects.
At least 230 San Francisco firefighters have died of cancer over the past decade
Whether cyanide is the 'flavor of the month' or not, it is still a deadly toxin that's prevalent on firegrounds.
It's not clear whether the firefighter, who is in his mid 40s, fainted or had a heart attack, but when he struck the ground, firefighters needed to immediately administer
By Lindsey Tanner, AP Medical Writer The Associated Press CHICAGO — Could too much sugar be deadly? The biggest study of its kind suggests the answer is yes, at least when it
The belief that rehab is only for incidents, especially those during hot days, is both wrong and dangerous; the culture must change.
Large-scale incidents produce a new set of problems for rehab and medical resource management; plan well before the event.
While more research is needed into the connection between firefighting and cancer, there are things we can do in rehab to keep it at bay.
Decontamination is an important component of rehab and this dirty-doll exercise will drive that point home.