Maybe you developed a headache.

And sunshine is bad for you. That is all quite astounding, considering the several testimonies from pilots, air filtration experts, flight attendants and passengers that have been harmed by toxic cabin surroundings. Take, for instance, the whole story of Tony Watson, a former commercial air line pilot who give up after ten years because of health problems. Blood tests uncovered that his body was filled with petroleum-related chemicals that led to severe neurological damage, leaving him struggling to fly planes. And it’s really not only individuals making these claims. The U.K Parliament’s Home of Lords produced a request back in 2007 that the substances contained in cabin air flow fumes be analyzed to determine security. This combined group realized there was a problem and sought answers.Perhaps life minus the EHR will be unimaginable. But the technology will support and improve health care only when it evolves in ways that help, than hinder rather, us in synthesizing, analyzing, thinking critically, and telling the whole stories of our patients.

A opportunity photo brings survivor of Typhoon Haiyan a fresh life Before Typhoon Haiyan devastated parts of the Philippines last year, 5-year-old Aldrin Tadic loved to perform and play basketball with his cousins. But his childhood was violently interrupted when flying debris from a collapsing school roof severed his left leg below the knee.