One University of San Francisco Nurse’s War on Fracking: A Struggle for Public Health.
USF’s Barbara Sattler is at the forefront of a growing national movement to shine a public light on the controversial method of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, and its adverse health risks. Barbara joins Casey & Shayne on Nurse Talk this week.
If you’re trying to understand what if feels like to live with Alzheimer’s..then Award Winning Author Greg O’Brien’s book, “On Pluto” is the book to read. “The book glows with honesty, intelligence and compassion, and, given the subject, is a suprisingly spirit renewing book.” Anne D. LeClaire, author of “Listening Below the Noise”.
Every new parent has been there—sleep deprived, exhausted, and pacing the floor at 3:00 a.m. with an irritable baby who is having difficulty calming down and going back to sleep. In Secrets of a Baby Nurse, a medical professional relies on scientific research, personal study, and a lifelong adoration of babies to provide parents with valuable tips that will help their baby sleep; leading them to discover the delight of a well-rested, tranquil, and happy child—and most importantly, a good night’s sleep for everyone.
Marsha’s book, Secrets of a Baby Nurse: How to Raise a Happy, Healthy and SLEEPING Baby from Birth, remains a best seller.
Ten percent of Americans are living with Diabetes. Over 1 million have Type 1. Although a cure is being worked on, recent trials for a Bionic Pancreas are in the works and advancing. Dr. Steven J. Russell is leading those trials through Massachusetts General. Bay Area reporter Jeannie Lynch spoke with Dr. Russell about this promising device. Listen to this “special edition” of Nurse Talk.
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