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Cold Water Immersion: Safety at Sea Seminar (PDF)
January 10, 2008
Michael Jacobs MD
Outdoor Sports Injury Prevention
October 01, 2007
Dr. Paul Auerbach
New study recommends not doing breathing for CPR
March 19, 2007
Outdoor Ed Staff
Are You Managing Post-Trip Safety?
August 08, 2006
Verus Pharmaceuticals Releases Twinject Two-Dose Epinephrine Injector
August 27, 2005
Lightning Hazards & Safety
August 1, 2005
Will Sudafed be missing from your First Aid Kit?
July 24, 2005
Running a Swimming Program this summer? Make sure you check out CDC's Healthy Swimming Program
May 31, 2005
Centers for Disease Control
Research Review: Survey of Summer Camp Health Officers
April 10, 2005
Greg Friese, President - Emergency Preparedness Systems LLC
Extreme Cold: A Prevention Guide to Promote Your Personal Health and Safety
December 26, 2004
Center For Disease Control