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Casey suggests a helpful technique for pain management.
Maggie and Casey discuss the merits of funerals.
Casey describes her experience in the 1989 earthquake in San Francisco.
Casey and Maggie get into a laugh-fest trying to record a disclaimer.
Murial has a speech impediment, and Casey and Maggie mercilessly suggest that she should see a specialist. Hopefully, laughter cures, because this call is full of it.
Lucille’s mother’s MRSA is cured, but she is now sharing a room with a smoker in the nursing home and well, things just go to hell in a hand basket from there.
Lucille’s mother has MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), and feels the hospital isn’t helping the situation. So Casey and Maggie try to help.
A 45 year old woman wakes up with swollen legs, and an apparently ornery attitude.
Judy would like to know if her friend can be around her grandkids if she has a shingles outbreak.