This episode we talk about the Hudson River Plane Crash along with the Psychological Impact of a Plane Crash.
We then go into Surgery Checklists, which are linked to a much success rate in surgeries. Much higher than the study anticipated.
Finally, we are back at the coffee talk. This week, we discuss coffee’s link to Alzheimer’s Disease and Hallucinations.
This episode of iRescueRadio covers the impact of wearing scrubs outside of the hospital, and the disease that resides within those scrubs.
The talk then turns to coffee, as new research is suggesting that coffee is actually good for you. Or at least better than we had initially thought.
The topic then turns toward health care and check-ups via the internet.
Sleep is next on the agenda, as it is a very valuable part of life, and can help to combat disease.
After that is a long discussion on vaccinations.
All of this and more in this episode of iRescueRadio. We’ve packed a lot of discussion in this one, and we hope that you enjoy it!
In this, the seventh episode of iRescueRadio, Roy, Dan and Jody discuss New Years Resolutions, a woman giving birth in an airplane, second-hand smoke, and melamine in milk effecting adoptions from China.
The big segment this episode is a discussion on seizures, and what can cause them, with John Travolta’s son Jett Travolta as the inspiration to help others to understand what is going on, and how they can help if a loved one has a seizure. If you haven’t heard, Jett Travolta had Kawasaki Disease, and late last week, had seizures.. CPR was attempted by John, paramedics arrived, and they attempted rescue until exhaustion. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Travolta family in this time of loss.
We close the episide this week talking about the world’s oldest woman.
In an emergency episode of iRescueRadio, we tackle and article that came out in the Los Angeles Times last week.
The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a young woman who pulled a co-worker from a crashed vehicle isn’t immune from civil liability because the care she rendered wasn’t medical.
In this episode of iRescueRadio we start out talking about a rarity in health and science, with a foot being removed from a baby’s brain. From there, we talk about the Australian Red Cross’ new software that can teach you CPR via SMS.
We go into the effects of the immune system at night, weight loss with money as an incentive to lose the weight and how the kindness of strangers can cheer you up.
At the end, we discuss five holiday true or false questions!
This episode of iRescueRadio covers Christmas safety. We start out talking about an accident involving Reindeer and a six car collision. This is followed by followed by Winter sports safety tips. What should you bring with you when you take the kids sledding or skiing? Is there need for a helmet?
After that we talk about Ice, snowmobiling, and injuries related to decorations and tree fires and more.
This week we discuss how tv has a negative health and social effects on children; we learn about the condition of a High School basketball player that collapsed with a heart attack in the middle of a game, and the outcome of that; and a CPR rescue story!
Also discussed this week: how technology may be altering how brains work, and the FDA’s decision to discount melamine’s danger in infant formula.