This, the 25th episode of iRescueRadio starts with a conversation about growing up and the smells associated with it. It is followed up by a discussion on multi-level marketing sales schemes. The next topic is about a woman that had a successful face transplant, after having been extremely disfigured.
For the stumper of the week, it’s all about a snake bite. What do you do if you or a child is bit by a snake that you barely see before it disappears?
This episode starts with a discussion about a tree growing in a man’s lung. He had a spruce growing, and it was five centimeters long. That’s our top medical news of the week!
The hot topic of the week: Nocturnal bed bugs are re-emerging! The fact that we don’t use DDT anymore, means that bed bugs have begun making a come back.
This week’s What the heck would you do? What do you do if you get stung by a bee or a hornet and you have an allergic reaction?
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 episode features a look at Epileptic Seizures, and what foods can help to control them. Or can they?
This is followed by discussion on the state of the economy in Michigan as the rate of families leaving this state is on the increase. The numbers will astound you.
What would you do if your child starts to choke? This week’s stumper question covers the issue.
This episode we have a new format. One that includes some new music, as well as some new features for the program. Things a little bit more broken up now, with fewer topics, but more in-depth training.
In the episode, there are four main parts:
Hot Topic: This is going to be the topic of the week that can come from just about anywhere, but will mostly be medical in naturl.
Top Medical News: This is much like “Hot Topic” but will always be something medical, along with some expert training advice.
What Would You Do: A feature that plays a scenario out, and then asks what you might do in that situation, and the provides a bit of advice on what you should do.
This episode of iRescueRadio is a return to our regular format as Roy, Jody and Dan discuss the many problems linked to Bisphenol A (BPA). It’s the only topic on the plate for discussion this week, so listen in!
This episode of iRescueRadio features our regular hosts, Roy, Dan and Jody. And it also has a special guest: Tyler. It’s a fun episode that is a bit of a departure from our regular format.
They talk about Tyler’s upcoming internship in China this summer and the health issues that may result from that if Tyler is not careful.
Enjoy it! It’s a really fun listen.
This episode deals with why hair goes gray as we grow older, snow blower injuries, AIDS, plastic in bottles, the effects of wine, the effects of caffeine and skin cancer.
This episode we talk about tornadoes. More specifically, a couple of stories involving a tornado picking up a person, and setting them back down. We have a first hand account of this happening from someone that we managed to get on the phone. Listen in!
We then move to the chimp attack that happened recently, as well as other gorilla and wild animal attacks, and how to survive or take preventative measures.
This episode of iRescueRadio covers coma patients. 40% of those in a vegetative state may be misdiagnosed! There are some amazing stories that we talk about including a personal story given by Roy of a time that he witnessed something pretty spectacular while working around a coma patient.
We also talk about the creation or bionic hands, ears, and more!