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True North

It was April when we ski-toured into Bow Hut. With our group of four spread out across a frozen lake, I felt suddenly paralyzed, thinking of the three boys who drowned, who so frequently came to me in my dreams holding that frozen baby – it’s head barely attached at the spinal column. 552 more words

The Stories

Rolling with the punches

Last week saw my boyfriend be initiated into the group of athletes (including me and most pro-triathletes) who have had a pretty serious injury -normally involving fragmented bone!  1,170 more words

Emergency Electrical Services

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New counter-terrorism teams to be rolled out by June

SINGAPORE: New emergency response teams (ERTs) to handle terrorism threats will be rolled out from June 2016, said the Singapore Police Force (SPF) on Friday (29 April). 158 more words

Current Affairs

Forget about saving a life by plunging a pen through the neck

(Reuters Health) – Few movie scenes create more drama than a character saving a dying person’s life by plunging a pen into his neck to open up his airway, but a new study from Germany suggests viewers shouldn’t try that trick at home. 420 more words

Current Affairs

Suicide awareness

Dear Annie: Tragedy has struck our family. A cousin killed himself on Easter Sunday. I never thought my cousin would do this. He worked with troubled teens and their families.

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The Incident

So I mentioned in past posts how my wife has struggled with an eating disorder for many years, but the trigger where I saw this go from bad to much worse was the time my youngest daughter, who was 3 at the time, drown. 1,868 more words

Eating Disorder