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ProMedica unveils state-of-the-art EMS training unit
Written by Alyce Fielding   
Thursday, 04 June 2009 15:03

ProMedica Transportation Network (PTN), a member of ProMedica Health System (PHS), unveiled new equipment that will be used to enhance its education program for firefighters and emergency medical service (EMS) crews in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

 

The new EMS Community Sim Lab is a state-of-the-art mobile training center containing equipment that will be used to demonstrate various medical emergency scenarios.

 
YMCA/JCC offering free water safety program, tips
Written by Special to The Press   
Thursday, 04 June 2009 13:43

With summer vacation just about upon us, it won’t be long before children will be diving into swimming pools, lakes and quarries. But fun in the water can quickly turn to tragedy. That’s why it’s important for children to learn water safety and swimming skills before taking the plunge.

As the nation’s oldest and largest community-based organization and among the country’s most trusted providers of aquatics programs, the YMCA offers the following tips to help parents keep their children safe and injury-free in the water this summer:
• Actively supervise your children when they are both in and around the water.
• Teach children to swim at an early age, and educate them early about water safety.

 
Sleep Tight for Better Health
Written by Gerald F. Joseph, Jr, MD,-President, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists   
Thursday, 04 June 2009 13:42

Sleep Tight for Better Health
By Gerald F. Joseph, Jr, MD,

President, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Sleep—along with a nutritious diet and regular exercise—is essential to a woman’s overall wellbeing. Sleep is restorative therapy for your body. It is the time when, your body repairs and regenerates tissue, builds bone and muscle, and strengthens its immunity.

The average adult should aim to get seven to nine hours of sleep each night. But according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 20% of people in the US get less than six hours of sleep on a regular basis, putting them at risk for short-term problems, such as fatigue-related accidents on the road and at home, and long-term conditions, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Lack of sleep can also make it harder to perform daily tasks, and can cause irrit-ability, moodiness, and memory problems.

 
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