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“Firefighters … are more likely than other American workers to die of a heart attack while on duty.”

According to a study conducted on behalf of the United States Fire Administration, “Firefighters, as a group, are more likely than other American workers to die of a heart attack while on duty.”[1]…Continue

Started Mar 22, 2011


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Critical Illness
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Firefighter / EMT; licensed life and health insurance agent
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How to protect you and your family from a critical illness
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