What if your skin were to turn blue permanently? In this episode of RoyOnRescue, I talk about the possible irreversible side effects of drinking colloidal silver. There’s dangers and side effects that you should be aware of before you decide that silver is the cure.
In this episode, I dig into a subject that is sure to cause controversy. But…for those who know me, when have I ever steered clear from that? So, after being made aware of a situation where a mother was forced to sign a waiver that stated something to the effect, “I understand that by not getting my children vaccinated with the flu shot, I am endangering society…blah…blah, etc.”. This caused me to be a little curious about what all this unreasonable pressure is about in getting the flu shot. Is it really that good? Is it really that effective? Is it really that safe? I mean, since when has an epidemic every been prevented by a flu shot? The last flu pandemic was in like 1969 but it still was not like the one in 1918! And since then, we suddenly think that in 2008 we should be developing a flu vaccine to save countless lives? Well, this would all be fine and well if we didn’t have to worry about potentially dangerous substances found in the medium of the vaccine. In fact, more and more reliable research is being uncovered all the time about the potential risks of vaccinations that contain toxic substances like Thimerosal which is a mercury derivative and a highly toxic heavy metal and a carcinogenic called Polysorbate 80 (also known as Tween 80): Generally contaminated with the carcinogen 1,4-dioxane. Not to mention the possible side effects of allergies, asthma and autism linked to the adjuvant. So, before you take the plunge, I think it’s a good idea to do your own research, find credible websites including the CDC itself and look at the real research to see if the risk of injecting these chemicals are really worth the possible but not guaranteed benefits of getting the flu shot. I hope it helps.
In this episode, we take a look at what areas are safe to watch a thunderstorm from. A question was asked about the safety of watching lightning from under a porch attached to a house. They wondered if it was grounded just like the porch. After researching a bit, I found that it is no more safe than being in a tent, a shed, or under a tree. Take a look at this vlog and find out why it’s not safe to be outside when you hear the roar of thunder.
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.
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.
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.
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.