I wasn’t planning on writing about this topic today, but disasters don’t work around my editorial calendar.
I live in Seattle, and early yesterday (Monday) morning, a Seattle-to-Portland commuter train derailed while speeding across Interstate 5. Several of the train cars actually fell off the overpass, hitting cars on the freeway below.
Last I heard, at least 6 people were dead, and over 70 … read on
In response to last Sunday’s tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, I’m re-posting this information about Stop the Bleeding, a program to educate lay people to respond to emergencies and control bleeding. If you haven’t already, take a first aid class! You might save a life. FN
Surgeons want the public to learn this skill
I taught first aid classes for the American Red Cross for many years. … read on
I’m spending the day online getting some gift shopping done, and I thought I’d post about some of the healthcare books and gifts I’m buying for friends and family this year.
I use Amazon a lot (Prime, so I get free 2-day shipping), and I have to include a disclosure here that the following links will take you to my Amazon Associates page. That said, I’m not trying to make … read on