Saturday’s anniversary will be one of the loneliest remembrances ever, as the coronavirus pandemic is keeping almost everyone away.
Post-COVID19 world: Will we just change a few habits, policies, and plans to confront future outbreaks? Or, will we go a bit further and make bigger reforms we once thought impossible?
American Public University System's (APUS) President, Dr. Wally Boston, provides an update on how APUS is handling coronavirus.
The coronavirus is causing varying degrees of global panic, and some media outlets are mixing up three important words: outbreak, epidemic and pandemic.
Joining the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) was one of the best actions of my career. If you want to be a fire chief, you should surround yourself with fire chiefs.
The railroad industry uses a mapping technology company that teams with emergency managers to ensure that they have the GPS maps needed to locate rail emergencies.
"Sick to Debt: How Smarter Markets Lead to Better Care" calls for a different path to improve healthcare than the open market vs. “Medicare for All” plans.
The explosion of the Mount Toba supervolcano, located on the modern island of Sumatra, some 74,000 years ago, was Earth’s largest eruption in the past 28 million years.
Stronger demands for proper credentials has made career planning difficult and has forced many fire service people to readjust their educational paths.
New Ebola virus vaccine: The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it has prequalified Merck’s Ervebo as a vaccine for Ebola hemorrhagic fever.