This episode features Dr. William Hanson, Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center and a pioneer in the field of medical technology. Author of "The Edge of Medicine," Dr. Hanson shares real stories about the ways technology is changing the practice of medicine.
Clark County voters approved a sixth-tenths mill parks levy on Tuesday, as unofficial results show the levy passed with 57% of the vote.
The levy was an attempt to generate money to fund maintenance of green space, parks and bike trails throughout Clark County. The parks levy will generate annually $1 million for the National Trail and Parks Recreation District and the Clark County Parks District, the two groups responsible for the maintenance of the parks in Clark County.
The levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $21 per year.
Springfield voters also re-elected incumbent City Commissioner Kevin O'Neil to another term. O'Neil defeated opponent Richard Spangler 55% to 45%.
This episode features Dr. Harvey Liker, an internist and associate clinical professor of medicine at UCLA, who had a large role in the inception of the medical drama House M.D. on Fox. He discusses the show’s creation and his current role as the television show’s medical consultant.