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Monday, December 12, 2016

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Fla. firefighter-paramedic with rare heart disease dies
FDNY EMT attacked while transporting patient
Nigerian church collapses, 160 dead
Chicago Fire Dept. to pay $3.8M in gender bias suit: The suit was filed by dozens of women who said they were subjected to strength tests that were not "job related" for the firefighter/EMT position
Ohio city cuts paramedic staffing during non-emergency transports:Instead of two paramedics handling a non-emergency transport, one paramedic will be paired with an EMT
FDNY exam forces mandatory overtime for EMS providers: With over half of their staff taking the city's firefighter exam, the department's EMS team will have to work overtime
Former Calif. paramedic to be honored for saving life
Veteran Minn. dispatcher reflects on career
Amidst embezzlement charges, Mich. towns reassess ambulance services
Md. EMS offers free holiday package receiving
NC man who stabbed girlfriend expresses remorse in 911 call
How EMS agencies can participate in Health Information Exchanges
Replica Weapons: A Collective Effort to Stop Mistake of Fact Shootings
True concern requires a look beyond singular events and towards methods to eradicate a child̢۪s replica-gun-involved death.
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Awake and paralyzed: The frightening final minutes for an injured teen
By Bradley Dean, EMS1 Contributor
RSI can be lifesaving when appropriately applied or deadly if not performed with a high-level of proficiency and accuracy.
Do it for Drew 
Q&A: Paramedic, Electoral College voter on refusing to vote for Trump
By EMS1 Staff
Christopher Suprun is "exercising" his duty as an elected representative to not cast an Electoral College vote for President-elect Trump.
What do you think? 
Death has a smell that paramedics know all to well
By Justin Schorr, EMS1 Contributor
Some smells get burned into our memories, just waiting for the chance to come running back to the forefront the next time that particular brand of stink comes along.
Tough memories 
Can metro fire departments afford community health programs?
By Sharon McDonough, EMS1 Contributor
Tucson's pilot program is pulling habitual 911 callers out of the system, here's how.
Find what works 
Messy ambulance problems
A comic for EMS drawing off the real experiences of EMS.
Read the comic 
How to use an inhaler
7 things you should know about bed bugs
2686 success steps for diagnosing altered level of consciousness
116Wash. firefighter-EMT dies unexpectedly at home
113Calif. off-duty paramedic, nurse aid man hit by car
113Aussie medic: We will 'pack up, leave' if assaulted
81EMT is a 'walking miracle' after being crushed by a piano
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