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By | March 12, 2018

Women’s History Month: Recognizing the Unseen Battles Women Faced in the Workforce

Asbestos-related diseases have always taken men’s lives more often than women’s. This has nothing to do with genetics, but rather a gender gap that made men more likely to work in direct… Read More

By | February 27, 2018

Raise Awareness for Mesothelioma and Rare Diseases on February 28, 2018

When something is considered “rare,” it doesn’t occur very often. One rare disease may only affect a small number of people. But when you consider there are over 6,000 existing rare diseases,… Read More

By | February 23, 2018

4 Ways to Cope with Grief from Mesothelioma, Asbestos-Related Diseases

There is no one right way to grieve. It’s natural to experience feelings of pain and grief over the loss of a loved one. People who are grieving the loss of someone… Read More

By | February 2, 2018

Mesothelioma and World Cancer Day: Raising Awareness of Rare and Deadly Diseases

February 4 is a day dedicated every year, all over the world, to the fight against cancer. Each World Cancer Day, the aim is to get as many governments and individuals as… Read More

By | December 22, 2017

This Holiday Season, Support a Veteran in Need with Your Time, Gifts and Thoughts

Most of us think of the holidays as a time for family, festivities and giving, and rightly so. But for veterans, the holiday season can sometimes be a challenging time. The sacrifices… Read More

By | November 28, 2017

Fighting More Than Fires: Firefighters Affected by Long-Term Illnesses

Wildfires not only put lives in danger from fast-moving flames, they also devastate communities in terms of lost property and personal belongings. But even after the fires have been extinguished and families… Read More

By | November 11, 2017

Veterans Day: A Chance to Honor All Who Served and the Challenges They Still Face

Nearly 19 million brave Americans have served in the U.S. military, putting their country before their own lives to ensure the freedom of our citizens. Today, for the 99th year running, we… Read More

By | November 6, 2017

Movember, Men’s Health Awareness and the Diseases We Should Be Talking About

On average, men die six years earlier than women. While genetic and cultural differences certainly factor into this statistic, men are still facing a dilemma that’s rarely talked about and, in some… Read More

By | October 24, 2017

Respiratory Care Week 2017: Changing the World One Breath at a Time

This week is Respiratory Care Week, a global effort to recognize the importance of lung health and respiratory care providers. Celebrated in the last week of October each year, this is a… Read More

By | October 13, 2017

Honoring our U.S. Navy Veterans, Advocating for Their Health, on Navy’s 242nd Birthday

The United States Navy is looking pretty good for its age. The naval branch of the armed forces will be 242-years-old this October 13th, celebrating its formation by the Continental Congress in… Read More