The cost of healthcare in America is skyrocketing. 37 million people are
either uninsured of underinsured. Employers are cutting back on health
benefits because the costs are climbing too high. Who is going to pay for
and make sure that Americans get at least some basic access to good
healthcare? Should hospitals have to pay all the costs? Do we need a
national insurance plan? Should employers pick up the tab?
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LSSU's dedicated three-story fire lab made all the difference to Brian Applegate.
"Our certification training classes offered real situations," Brian says. Students practice victim search techniques while controlling and extinguishing fires. Applegate says his favorite exercise was the live fire flashover simulation. "We saw how fires evolved as they burned," he says. "It’s as close as you can get to the real thing."