By David Hubler
The CDC reported the first case of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus in the US, which prompted an emergency meeting by the World Health Organization to determine how to manage the international outbreak. Learn more about why scientists are increasingly concerned about the spread of this virus.
By Wes O'Donnell
During Police Week 2019, officers gathered together for an emotionally charged tribute to the families of law enforcement officers lost to suicide. Learn how one organization is building awareness about suicide, taking steps to prevent it, and caring for families after a police suicide.
By Wes O’Donnell
Statistics show that first responder suicides are a national epidemic, but behind the numbers are countless more individuals who have lost a loved one. John Preston is one such individual who is committed to making a difference after losing his brother, a marine veteran and police officer, to suicide.
By Dr. Aaron Wilson
It's normal to have concerns about starting antidepressants and other medications, like if they are necessary and have potential side effects. Here are answers to many of the most common questions first responders have about taking medications.
By Robert Michaels
Connecting or reconnecting with their faith has helped many officers find balance in their lives. One police officer turned chaplain shares his story and explains how focusing on your spiritual health can help combat stress.