Did you know that on average, every 10 days a child dies from heatstroke in a vehicle? With summer temperatures on the rise, parents and caregivers must remember never, ever to leave a child unattended in a hot vehicle. It seems like common sense, but it continues to happen and the numbers are growing.
Don't miss this important discussion with Safe Kids Worldwide about how quickly the heat inside of a parked vehicle builds up and how easily small children can succumb to this tragic death. We'll also talk about some ways that it can be prevented.
John Coltrane was still working as a member of Thelonious Monk`s quartet in 1957 when he recorded his second solo album, "Blue Train". The hard bop recording brought together a collection of jazz giants including, Miles Davis, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, and would be the only time he would record on Blue Note as a band leader. Listen to the jazz classic Monday night at 8pm during the Spindale Cycle on WNCW.
Evoking memories of the infamous 2008 bank failures with the phrase 'Too Big to Fail', Dr. Andrews, a neurosurgeon, talks about a similar scenario in the medical system. As an active part of that life, Dr. Andrews has seen a great number of examples of how medicine has gone from the days of the 'house call' to the days of 15-minute timed visits with the family doctor. The new way of doing things is to throw more tests and pills at it no matter what it is.