ISSN: 1059-6518 By Paul MacMillan, EMT Illustrations by T.B.R. Walsh If you do any research on knots you will find that thousands of knots have been discovered over the years. Many people in different occupations and the trades have favorite knots they use everyday on the job. For example sailors use certain types of […]
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ISSN:1059-6518 Volume 29 Number 3 By Brandon Munsell NREMT-P , WEMT-P, SOLO Instructor As the campfire kicks into high gear, a camper throws on boughs from a nearby tree. Although the tree limbs seem dead, the tree they were taken from is abloom with bright red berries and serrated toothed leaflets. As the now burning […]
Volume 29 Number 2 ISSN 1059-6518 By Frank Hubbell, DO The use of vaccines to prevent disease has been around for over 80 years and the number of vaccines has grown to over 25. For some individuals this is an area of confusion, debate, and disagreement. The reality is that vaccines are very well-studied and […]
Volume 29 Number 2 ISSN 1059-6518 Center for Disease Control (cdc.gov) World Health Organization (who.int) Latest Zika Situation Report – 25, August 2016 Microcephaly, Guillain-Barré Sydrome, and congenital anomalies Summary An Emergency Committee was convened by the Director-General under the International Health Regulations (2005) on 1 February 2016. Following the advice of the Committee, the […]
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