This episode of iRescueRadio was originally released in November of 2008. In it we discussed how stem cells have shown to help the body accept an organ transplant; we investigated the reasons for misdiagnosis of asthma and other illnesses, such as overworked doctors and excess paperwork; a new skin cancer vaccine is discussed; and the power of sleep as a memory aid and an important agent to fight cancer.
This episode was originally recorded in 2008. It was our first broadcast of 45 total before we ended the show.
On this week’s iRescueRadio, we cover stories ranging from a Canberra, Australian man who gets bit by an extremely deadly Australian Brown Snake… and lives! Next, a boy in Belding, Michigan is bit by a black widow spider…guess where it came from! And then, we cover Google Flu Trends and a hilarious look at the effects of music on your health. All this on this episode of iRescueRadio. Listen now by clicking on the play arrow below.
In this episode of iRescueRadio, you listen to a re-release of an original recording back from 2008, where we talk about the following:
Millions of people enjoy Facebook to share pictures, thoughts, friends and everything inbetween. How would you feel if a thief hijacked your account and pretended to be you to all your friends? It can happen; listen in to see what happened to Jody’s account. Also join the iRescue Radio guys as they discuss the 911 system and how new technology could add challenges but make it even better.
Facebook Security: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13880_3-20030725-68.html
Here it is…our 2010 Christmas episode. Roy, Jody, and Dan are back in front of the mics with fun, interesting Christmas accident statistics that really make you think. Have you ever eaten a Christmas decoration and thought it was chocolate? Did the crunchy, plastic goodness give it away? If so, you have many friends. Have you ever watered the Christmas tree with the lights still plugged in? You probably shouldn’t do that anymore. Listen in for more tips to stay safe this Christmas.
Sleep disorders affect millions of people. Associated problems can range from feeling tired during the day to life threatening cardiovascular damage. If you have had difficulty with sleep maybe it is something other than a medical condition. Maybe it is those pesky aliens that keep abducting people in the night. Are aliens abducting people or could it be sleep paralysis? You’ll have to listen in to find out. The iRescueradio guys are up to their usual antics with Dan’s fainting, Roy’s research, and Jody’s dreaming.
We’ve included a bonus feature this week, a “behind the scenes” blooper. Jody learned a valuable lesson about reviewing research before trying to use it.
Its been a good week at the iRescueradio studio. A little training, something interesting and lots of fun are all wrapped up in this show. You’ll have to listen to find out why Dan’s going buggy, Jody’s in a different camp, and Roy’s letting out some interesting sounds.
iRescueradio has been retooled and is on again after some time away. Thank you to our number one fan, Ryan, for encouraging us in our endeavors. You won’t want to miss this comeback show where Dan shares an upsetting story, Roy flushes out an interesting article, and Jody laughs alot.
In this weeks episode get ready for a good time as we serve up wolves, pancakes, syrup, and H1N1. Dan has some interesting opinions on living with wolves, Roy says he can live off pancakes, and Jody gives a play by play of the action. The iRescue guys defend ProCPR and ProFirstAid and why the training is offered for free. And all of that with a healthy dose of some medical news mixed in.
A Man Among Wolves
Our weekly podcast is back on track with more and better stuff. Is your blood pressure a big deal? Join the discussion on what normal blood pressures are, how to keep your blood pressure normal, and the problems that uncontrolled blood pressure can cause.
Is all the hype about swine flu (h1n1) really necessary? Listen in to hear what the irescue radio guys have to say.
This week’s episode of iRescueRadio covers the Five Fears of starting CPR: Fear of disease, lawsuits, uncertainty, hurting a person, and safety. Nationally only 26% of the time will bystanders start CPR out of the hospital. We hope to dispel these fears so more lives will be saved.
A small disagreement cropped up during our conversation on what a car remote-dongle-keychain-thingy-whatever is called. We brought in some expert advice to give the correct answer.