EMTs and paramedics experience PTSD and depression at higher rates than the general population. Experts say it's up to employers to get them help.
Paramedics, firefighters and EMTs, who often experience work-related PTSD and depression, have significantly higher rates of suicide than the general population. And in many jurisdictions across the country, they aren’t receiving the mental health services they need.
9/11-related illnesses often make affected families feel like that dark day has never ended.
Before signing a bill granting compensation to 9/11 first responders, President Donald Trump bragged that he had “spent a lot of time” with them in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
The yardwork was "ALL he kept asking about literally during a massive heart attack,” the man's wife said.
According to the latest available report conducted by the National Emergency Medical Services, from 2011, there are estimated
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Hundreds of rescuers and volunteers have come together to clear debris and locate those still trapped after Mexico’s 7.1-magnitude earthquake.
A huge 7.1 magnitude earthquake has hit south of Mexico City just ten days after an 8.1 magnitude tremor devastated the same region.
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Railroads also work tirelessly to train first responders. In recent years, through partnerships with the Transportation Technology
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