This week on iRescueRadio, we start out talking about a parking lot stare down. What in the world was going on there? We then move into two big stories. The first is about a runaway scooter that carries off a woman. How could that have happened and what was the outcome?
The next topic is a bathroom emergency on an airplane brings man a felony charge, and he had no criminal intent! What could have lead to it?
We then discuss the value of the Interactive Autism Network to the scientists studying it, leading to our poll of the week, about the effectiveness of online studies.
The stumper of the week: Air into stomach on rescue breathing after cardiac arrest?
This is another episode that you won’t want to miss. We talk about buying Roses for Valentine’s Day, with a story about Dan’s first date. It’s a lot of laughs as we then move the topic of conversation toward a chemical effect on Romance.
We then delve into Legionnaires’ Disease and Pontiac Fever for a bit.
We end the episode talking about a Court ruling that a vaccine is not to blame for autism. This is a huge ruling with the many families that have been effected by this possible connection. I had seen an episode of the television show Eli Stone that deals with that issue. As it turns out, that episode caused a controversy in the medical field, as it was thought that people would be lead to believe that vaccines will lead to autism.
The episode of Eli Stone is not discussed here, but the link and the court decision are discussed at length.