FULL LIST OF Health - page 4 RESULTS
NY officer, EMT dies from cardiac arrest–
Officer suffered a pulmonary embolism and cardiac arrest
Ind. cop who lost leg, K-9 in shooting returns to force–
Officer Marty Dulworth wants people to look at his recovery and realize there’s always hope
Calif. dispatcher provides coworker life-saving transplant–
Jennifer Hall and Michelle Nelson started out as coworkers who were not even friends outside of the office.
Calif. dispatcher's kidney saves coworker's life–
Jennifer Hall and Michelle Nelson started out as coworkers who were not even friends outside of the office
Family gains precious moments through life-saving efforts by Fla. cops–
"It's satisfying knowing we gave this family an opportunity to say goodbye to their loved one," Sgt. John Negron
Wash. cops mourn loss of K-9 to cancer–
Max, a 5-year-old German shepherd, had been with the department since September 2011
Texas university officer dies on duty–
Officer Marc Uland Kelley, 41, suffered a heart attack while responding to a call at a residence hall
Veteran Mo. officer dies of heart attack–
Captain Tom Rousset, 49, served with the Ozark Police Department for 16 years
Wis. lieutenant battles rare Stage 4 cancer–
Lt. Chris Blaszak has been diagnosed with a life-threatening form of cancer
Making time for 'patrol ready' physical fitness–
We police officers generally have to work out on our own time, and I see that as being just one more hour added to our shift
Man Revived After Collapse at Dunwoody Gym–
A personal trainer, a health club member and a police officer all happened to be in the right place at the right time to save a man having a heart attack while he worked out.
Don't forget a fellow officer after an injury–
Sergeant Jon Brough and Officer Mike Kralicek, who were catastrophically shot — lives spared, but careers ended — teach us how we can help an injured officer.
2013 in Review: Keeping our cynical side at bay at year's end–
Here are a few suggestions for staying optimistic during the often-difficult season of “happy” holidays and New Year’s resolutions
2013 in Review: 3 New Year's commitments any cop can make–
I am going to challenge you to do something different this year and make New Year's commitments. Commitments seem to have a greater impact on us because we seem to be more willing to stick with commitments than with resolutions.
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