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While Maggie goes grocery shopping, Casey interviews Jeanie Linders writer/producer of the smash hit, Menopause the Musical. Also, a critical discussion you won’t want to miss an interview with Jan Rodolfo about the gaps in swine flu preparednesss and growing RN infections.
Casey tells the story about one of her first bed bath experiences, which ends in hilarity.
Casey and Maggie reminisce about the old days, family and memories.
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.