The Stillwater community is rallying together and sending prayers to Capt. Randy Blake with the Stillwater Fire Department. He has been battling COVID-19 for a couple of weeks.
San Diego announced 1,091 new coronavirus cases, a new single-day record made all the more ominous by warning signs issuing from the local health care system.
Host Jim Burneka discusses a multitude of firefighter health and wellness research topics with Dr. Sara Jahnke.
Research has demonstrated that the presence of metabolic syndrome, particularly in firefighters with their occupational extremes, can be particularly devastating. Read more from Todd LeDuc.
The BlastMask is a training regulator engineered to simulate the sensation of breathing on air in SCBA.
With obesity rates at an all-time high in the United States, it only makes sense to tackle any issues your department may have by starting a physical and wellness program.
Volunteer departments need to improve the health and fitness levels of their members, but they do not have the funds, and National Fire Protection Association standards for departmental health and wellness programs are not realistic from the volunteer agency perspective.
Traditional firefighter traits and dedication can work on the “healthground” as well as on the fireground, especially in the fight against firefighter cancer.