Audio, including both media coverage on local radio and Emory-produced podcasts.
Jana MacLeod, MD, associate professor of surgery, Emory University School of Medicine, treats hundreds of patients each year at Grady Memorial Hospital. Many have misused alcohol preceding a serious injury.
Jana MacLeod, MD: Preventing trips to the trauma unit
(MP3, Slide Show, and Article)
Stories of drunk drivers walking away from wrecks are not unheard of. But the norm is this: those who drink before an accident of any kind, particularly a motor vehicle accident, have a much higher chance of being injured or dying than if they hadn’t been drinking at all.
Two podcasts on stroke, featuring Dr. Michael Frankel of the Stroke Center at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Are You Running a Risk for Stroke?
(MP3, 2.8 MB)
Many people people believe that strokes are an inevitable consequence of aging or that only the elderly suffer from them. That's not true, says Dr. Michael Frankel of the Stroke Center at Grady Memorial Hospital. Learn your risk.
Stop Stroke from Striking
(MP3, 3 MB)
Dr. Michael Frankel of the Stroke Center at Grady Memorial Hospital on recognizing the signs of stroke and knowing how to respond -- and save lives.