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7 strategies for extending wellness resources to the unsung heroes at home
Using an online tax preparation service or working with a public safety tax preparation expert might save you time and money. Here’s what to know.
Here are seven strategies to pay down debt and live within your means
Your options will vary depending on your agency’s benefits package and your state’s policies regarding injured workers, but you can prepare now
Without a defined pension plan, most providers are on the hook for saving for retirement; check out these tips to help you get started
The unpredictability of the job can make celebrating the holidays a logistical nightmare; here are some unique ways to stay connected
The story of Billy Moon, a heroic fallen FDNY firefighter, and the people whose lives he has saved
Whether you’re looking to head back to school or investing in a family member’s future, there are several ways to financially prepare for the cost of college
The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department combined forces to offer EMDR therapy, an employee health clinic, wellness incentives and much more
From concerns over financial security to the physical and mental toll a career in EMS takes, providers should be preparing for retirement now
Results from the 2023 EMS Trend Survey identify an urgent need for increased mental health support
The COVID-19 RAPID Mental Health Assessment highlights key concerns related to first responder stress, general wellbeing, and work-life balance
5 tips for connecting with patients and their families
Risk management expert and Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham offers action steps for after a theft has occurred and how to prevent one in the future
Regardless of your level of wealth, the failure to establish an estate plan can be detrimental to your family
Whether it’s your first time setting foot in the Alamo City or you’re a regular on the River Walk, this year’s conference location offers something for everyone
Personal reactions to trauma take many forms, but some offer important clues that you may be experiencing PTSD
Paramedic Amanda King shares her story of thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail and overcoming EMS burnout
Broward County firefighter and paramedic Eric DeLotta suffered three heart attacks and faces years of rehabilitation
Due to Dan Bradley’s pre-existing conditions, he was determined “uninsurable,” his wife and fellow EMT shared
Cohost Kelly Grayson recounts his recent medical scare, and how to treat respiratory distress of unknown origin
Has the deeply rooted tradition of stifling emotional vulnerability led to the disproportionate number of suicides among men?
Chris Cebollero shares the encounters that tested his patience and the lessons that helped him embrace change in his recent travels
“The problem with people testing their limits is that they often find them.”
The girlfriend, a fellow firefighter and mother of his children, ran from the house, and a neighbor killed Carl Braxton, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office said
You can protect others, but what about yourself? Make sure you’re personally ready in the event of an emergency so you can assist others in their time of need
Newport News Fire Chief Jeffrey “Jeff” Johnson: “I’m going out on a high point with a great organization. So this will be my last position within the fire service”
Thousands gathered in Indianapolis for training, met friends old and new, checked out gear and vehicles, supported Ukrainian firefighters and more
Folds of Honor scholarships benefit the families of fallen servicemembers and now first responders