Health - Physical and Mental Fitness
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Newly promoted NOPD sergeant dies of stroke–
Jeff Wellborn leaves behind two adult sons and a 16-year-old daughter
4 essential elements to the perfect police workout routine–
It is imperative for every officer to discover his or her perfect police workout and make exercise part of a regular routine
Proposal calls for officers who took their own lives to be honored on Australia’s LODD wall–
The NSW police commish says it’s important to recognize officers who died as a result of mental harm they suffered during their duties
Brain aneurysm didn't keep NYPD cop down–
Sgt. Katarzyna Ganley returned to full duty one month after she suffered two brain aneurysms
Texas fire department's 22 push up challenge–
The #22PushUpChallenge is the newest challenge, bringing awareness to veteran suicide in the United States.
Video: Texas fire department calls out police department in push up challenge–
The #22PushUpChallenge is the newest challenge, bringing awareness to veteran suicide in the United States
How cops can identify the symptoms of depression–
Officers see and deal with depression on a regular basis. It is important to have knowledge, resources and tools readily available
Philly officer suffers fatal heart attack–
Officer Douglas Bamberger was a married father of two children and a 16-year member of the force
How cops can overcome weight and fitness issues–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses overcoming weight and fitness issues with Mark St. Hilaire, who shares his personal story about his own struggle with these issues.
NY police candidate sends replacement to take physical–
Justin Payne wanted to become a Buffalo police officer but was a little out of shape, so he sent in a buff replacement
Self-care for warriors–
Doug Wyllie discusses self-care for police officers with Chief Joel Shults, who gives suggestions for officers to help themselves be healthier.
Should dispatchers be officially classified as first responders?–
911 call takers and dispatchers are not considered first responders according to the Office of Management and Budget
How EMDR can help police officers exposed to graphic images and incidents–
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative therapeutic approach that can help a police officer who has experienced a traumatic event find a way to deal with distressing memories
A holistic approach to police health and wellness–
Officers face many daily challenges that bring on stress. How can they best take care of themselves? Mark St. Hilaire breaks down where the focus should be.
First responders recount ground zero illnesses–
Thousands of first responders are suffering from respiratory, gastrointestinal and other ailments from breathing in toxic air
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