Thanks to groundbreaking research, we know now that firefighter personal protective equipment (PPE) contains toxic forever chemicals. Now what do we do about it? P.J. Norwood and Frank Ricci offer some thoughts.
An Evanston firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion after a house fire
DuPont recently announced a July 16 webinar to help educate firefighters and emergency responders on how to best respond to the protection needs of both COVID-19 and flame-resistant (FR) personal protective equipment (PPE) hazard requirements.
As firefighters, every struggle we face, we face together. Mark Lamplugh on how the COVID-19 pandemic may be exacerbating mental health issues for responders and offers some avenues of help.
Hospitals rapidly approached capacity across the Sunbelt, and the Miami area closed restaurants and gyms again because of the surging coronavirus
Dr. Beth Murphy considers issues involving the mental health and behavioral health of firefighters and first responders.
Mark Goodman advances the concept of imminent stress and another way to conceptualize the stressors affecting firefighters and first responders.
Coronavirus hospitalizations and caseloads hit new highs in over a half-dozen states as signs of the virus' resurgence mounted.
Learn how your protective equipment may be negatively impacting you and what you can and should be doing to reduce the risk.