There is a very interesting new report in the New England Journal of Medicine which talks about social media being used to help in health care during the most critical times one can think of – during man made and natural disasters.
The Philadelphia Water Department is attempting to track down the source of radioactive iodine found by federal authorities in the drinking water supply drawn from the Schuylkill River.
Massachusetts health officials say they have detected low levels of radiation in rain water samples, likely from the Japanese nuclear power plant. They also say similar levels have been found along the east coast, even here in Pennsylvania. What does it mean?
One of the most devastated areas of Japan will get rebuilding help from the State of Delaware. The “First State” is reaching out to its Japanese sister state.
Chris discussed the President’s reaction to Japan and Libya, why and extreme exposure to radiation may be good for you and reviewed his NCAA Tournament bracket. Steve Cordasco was in studio for Finance Friday. Have a great weekend.
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Chris talks to accused priest, Father James Brennan and his attorney, Richard DiSipio. He also gets an update from Japan with Steve Futtermand and discusses the latest from Wisconsin, liberals rejecting green efforts and net neutrality.
The good news is her son is alive, but trying to bring him home to the US is a significant challenge.
The dramatic rescue effort continues and the tragedy in Japan will have a direct affect on our power sources in the United States.
We’ve been overwhelmed with images of unimaginable destruction for the three days since the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. A Penn professor studied how such pictures affect us.