“He walked into PHQ at the top of Chair 4 and said, ‘I think I’m having a heart attack,’ and he was right,” Greenberg said. “He was sledded down to the base of Gondola One, got loaded in an ambulance and taken over to our emergency room. We did an EKG on the patient, and sure enough, he was having a rather large heart attack.”
AURORA | Nyles Quenzer, a registered nurse at Rose Medical Center, eases in a catheter for an Impella heart pump into a hospital dummy, May 4, as Jeremy Bingham, a clinical educator for Abiomed, looks on. Abiomed held a training exhibition in their mobile vendor training truck lab at The Medical Center of Aurora to educate those […]
World Health Organization officials said it has been more than five years since there’s been a German measles case that originated in the Americas. Now, the only cases in the region are imported from other parts of the world.
Fluoride is a mineral in water and soil. About 70 years ago, scientists discovered that people whose drinking water naturally had more fluoride also had fewer cavities.
“Aspartame is the No. 1 reason consumers are dropping diet soda,” said Seth Kaufman, vice president of Pepsi.
“Based upon what we know now, there is no connection between these two ice cream companies nor any reason to suspect that ice cream as a whole poses any special foodborne disease risk,” said CDC’s Dr. Robert Tauxe.
“You can almost feel the community holding its breath,” Hill said.
“We’re committed to doing the 100 percent right thing, and the best way to do that is to take all of our products off the market until we can be confident that they are all safe,” Kruse said.
The Food and Drug Administration is wrapping up a two-day meeting to hear from supporters and critics of products like Zicam Allergy Relief and Cold-Eeze, alternative remedies that are protected by federal law, but not accepted by mainstream medicine.
“Don’t panic. Let’s wait and see,” said poultry industry consultant Simon Shane, who also teaches poultry science and veterinary medicine at North Carolina State University. He added that if 20 million to 30 million hens are infected, consumers could start seeing prices rise.