RN Kathy Carder and Dr. Nieca Goldberg | Show 244
Hear this week’s showWE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT AFTER LABOR DAY NURSE TALK COMES TO BOSTON station WWZN. Thank you to our friends at the Massachusetts Nurses Association as they join the ranks of sister organizations California Nurses Association and National Nurses United…Hello Boston!
COMING UP THIS WEEK ON NURSE TALK…..Whole lotta shakin’ going on! Casey and Dan talk to RN Kathy Carder about earthquake safety (or the lack thereof) in hospitals. Kathy resides in Venice, California and is a Nursing Practice Representative for Cal Nurses. She explains that there are literally hundreds of California hospitals that were build in the 1950s (and some before that) that are at extreme risk when another large earthquake hits. NOW, PLEASE DO NOT PUT OFF THOSE SCHEDULED SURGERIES BECAUSE YOU ARE NOW MORE AFRAID OF AN EARTHQUAKE WHILE YOU ARE IN THE HOSPITAL…do listen to what Kathy has to say and then take action by calling your local representatives to help hospitals see the light.
AND she’s back! Our friend Dr. Nieca Goldberg, the author of the best selling book, Dr. Nieca Goldberg’s Complete Guide To Women’s Health. The good doctor has some great advice on what you should do before taking you vacation. YES—we’re talking to you. Dr. Goldberg says you would be shocked to find out how people suffer from a lapse of common sense prior to and during their vacations when it comes to their health and well being. Check it out it’s really good advice.Dan sings the blues, Casey reads the news and they both laugh themselves into better health.Oh, and you won’t want to miss hearing about the new “fall lineup” of Flus and Other Viruses.
AND later this month California Attorney General Jerry Brown joins us, Senator Barbara Boxer will be with us and we’re going to reveal a sure fire way to “cure constipation now“!Remember you can listen…to Nurse Talk every Sunday at 2PM PST on Green 960AM or live stream at green960.com. You can also download and listen anytime on iTunes, or stream at NurseTalkSite.com and TheRadioFactory.com.
Until next time remember “laughter is the best medicine!”