Since a death by "natural cause" is, by definition, one which is not directly attributable to external forces, how is this a "safety" issue?
Awww... can't you clean it up a bit? I've heard it, and it's good.
The article makes some WAGS at reasoning, but in the end basically says " no one knows, and no one really cares". no one is really looking into it..." serves no purpose.
You might ask your PCP which hospital he/she would use in an emergency.
Many deaths by natural cause are preventable and the causes avoidable and treatable. For example, heart disease is the leading cause of "natural death" in the US but there are many, many things that one can do to reduce the risk of heart disease, just as there are many things one can do to reduce the risk of dying by cancer, or for that matter dying from a fall from a ladder or an uncontrolled collision with terrain.
Quote from: RNOfficer on December 27, 2016, 09:16:06 PMYou might ask your PCP which hospital he/she would use in an emergency. And then do what? Move? Because if you're not in his neighborhood when you dial 911, it won't matter because EMS takes you where they take you.
The list above is essentially everything possible and plausible to do to prevent dying, which even if doneproperly and timely will not deny the inevitable, nor is it in any way, except anecdotally, to New Year's.If you haven't done the above by the 30th, it won't matter if you do it on the 31st.
By definition, nothing can delay deny the inevitable. However, as explained many causes of illness and death are under some degree of control and the advice provided can help one control these. It's never too late to start living a healthier life.
FWIW, I hear through the grapevine that "procedures" are gonna change (soon!) at airport baggage areas now that some flaws have been identified.
So next time the guy loads up in the parking lot instead of near baggage claim and starts shooting outside. There is no perfect solution.
Great points; ...V/rSpamPS... how did this get under safety? Its getting pretty far afield now!
Well, what is the uniform of the day for the deadliest day of the year?
Mess Dress of course
Quote from: CAPDCCMOM on January 12, 2017, 01:03:40 PM Mess Dress of courseThere's been a couple of my rough days that I've put on my Mess Dress to get me through the moment to save me from those disastrous thoughts. It can help.Seriously.