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It’s November again and you know what that means! It is a month full of to early to hear Christmas ads, the “giving thanks” post on Facebook, and guys not shaving.
This post is devoted to the events know as Movember and No shave November. By no means am I against it, actuallyhave been taking over my health the past few months if you didn’t follow the blog and I am rather a huge fan of being part of the facial hair community. If you have ever seen my desktop, my beer glasses, my water glass, my parking pass, back of my cellphone or my laptop you would know I love moustaches and by default beards. So there, I did my piece right? You know cause it’s not that you won’t see scruffy men around town to remind you.
but wait there is more!
I do have a bit of a sore spot with a few guys who participate with the whole no shave November or Mo’vember movement and don’t bother to educate them selves or others about the lack luster job us guys do with our health. These guys who are just not shaving because they “can get away with it” or that’s what all the friends are doing make me annoyed with this. Fear not, allow me to drop some knowledge (scary truths) on you so that you will not fall victim to being a fraud or tool bag this November, after all, the idea is to spread awareness for Men’s health issues including Prostate cancer
- 1 in 2 men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
- 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime.
- Over 238,000 new cases of the disease will be diagnosed and almost 30,000 men will die of prostate cancer in 2013.
- Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males between the ages of 15 and 35.
- 7,920 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer and 370 will die in 2013.
- 6 million people die every year from tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke. One person dies every six seconds.
- 1 in every 13 men will be diagnosed with lung cancer in his lifetime.
- While not as common, men can get breast cancer. About 2,240 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed among men and about 410 men will die from the disease in 2013.
- More than 3.5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year.
- An estimated 13 million men, or 11.8% of all men over the age of 20, have diabetes.
- Approximately 76.4 million men and women have high blood pressure.
- Men who sit more than six hours a day have an 18 percent increased risk of dying from heart disease and a 7.8 percent increased chance of dying from diabetes compared with someone who sits for three hours or less a day.
- Globally, 5.3 million deaths will be attributed to physical inactivity.
- Over 6 million men are diagnosed with depression each year.
- Almost four times as many males as females die by suicide.
- 24% of men are less likely to go to the doctor compared to women.
So if you are participating this November I applaud you but please know why your doing it. After all the reason could save someone’s life you love.
Oh, and maybe you will man up and keep that which separates us from the ladies!
Long live the beard & ‘Stache!
*The ones I marked in red I feel should be of greatest concern with the men of EMS community.
Well after nine years it has all come to an end but I will always have the memories.
She was up there in age and it was just a matter of time before I had to truly deal with it.
Yesterday I took the old girl for her last ride.
We had spent many a time bonding.
Through the good and the bad, she was always there.
Always put up with the abuse and even the neglect.
Never said no to putting a smile on my face.
Good bye good friend!
~In memorandum of my Jeep Wrangler
1. an area of relatively level high ground.
2. a state of little or no change following a period of activity or progress.
Also known as a very frustrating and rather annoying time for anyone who is working on them selves in a fitness capacity. It is a time where you can really question what it is you are doing. You wonder what suddenly has changed to make you stop. You fear the return of that which you are trying to over come.
It is awful and awkward to be stuck. It has been month and a half, two months of being stuck right in the range of 66-71lbs of lost weight. I know the supporters out there would tell me that is great, and I know that. What is so frustrating though is that because it started coming off so easily I haven’t felt the struggle really until now. The flip side of all of this though is obviously that I have maintained where I am at. I haven’t started creeping back up as I have so feared. I have done a few minor changes during this time also, like join a gym and very regularly go. Again the supporters tell me muscle weighs more than fat, which is all nice and golden but of little satisfaction for a guy who needs to still drop a hefty number of pounds.
What it really comes down to is that PLATEAUS suck!
Has everyone had time to digest the The JEMS 2013 Salary & Workplace Survey? Or better yet has anyone even looked at this in depth? I’m going to go out on a limb and say this is a joke but not from trying on the creator of the survey part. I mean even the government entities have said obtaining numbers on us is hard, “Estimates have placed the EMS workforce at around 900,000 workers, but the precise number is unknown because EMS workers include career and volunteer EMTs, firefighters who have been cross-trained in EMS, commercial ambulance services, third-service public utilities, and others.” (From the NHTSA workforce report). We are a disheveled group to say the least.
So if the 900,000 is a rough estimate and includes volunteers and cross trained firefighters, I will put a hypothetical number of 25% of that is career based EMS on the extremely high side (notice my lack of use of the term “Professional EMS” I hated that as a Vol FF). Again this is solely for the point of an observation. So assuming 225,000, 25% of 900,000, is the working number of career EMS providers through out America, JEMS got 244 of them to answer their survey per the graph seen below.
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So the percentage of respondents to which this survey is basing their 2013 salary & workplace report off of is a staggering 0.1% (based solely on a gross estimate of theoretical respondents). Truly a dismal number to base any kind of statistical data off of, but again this is not for the publication for trying. After all if you are set on doing a survey you are only as good as the number of responses you get. I’m ultimately pointing the finger at the subscribers and the readers who might have known about the data collection needed and didn’t respond. We are all to blame. By not taking a moment of time to participate we are only hurting ourselves. We can not truly make a point to superiors or managers of being paid to little (or to high) if we are basing our regional average salary on less then 1% of the workforce. A case for a pay raise based on a reasoning that your in the 10th percentile of the regions EMT pay grade, is like saying they will send the 0-6 giants to the super bowl this very moment. Why would anyone think that is a good idea with such a low preforming tract record?
In all honesty this could truly benefit our profession if next year and the few following were to have a greater response to create a more accurate view on our industry. We could use it as fodder to make a case for raises or the various other company incentives.