Firefighters are aware of the statistics linking firefighter deaths to preventable diseases and illnesses caused by unhealthy lifestyles. One of the leading causes of firefighter deaths is heart attacks. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Bringing answers to the modern firefighter’s burning health questions, we aim to help firefighters identify and put into practice better health choices to increase your chances at a healthier wellbeing with disease and illness free careers and retirements.
By John Hofman Allow yourself room for error. Life happens and mistakes occur. If you want to learn about success, talk to successful people. If you want to learn about failure, talk to very successful people. Goal setting is a common theme around this time of the year. Many of us use the entry of …Read This Article
Nelson Mandela said that resentment is like drinking poison yourself, but expecting your enemies to die from it. Everyone knows that resentment ruins your mindset. But did you know it can also wreak havoc on your physical body?Read This Article
Injuries and firefighting — these two things go hand-in-hand. From overexertion to strains and sprains and other debilitating injuries, a job in the fire service is risky business. Even with the best efforts, well-developed operating guidelines, ongoing training and personal protective gear, accidents will happen.Read This Article
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