1. Hero Pilot Guides Novice Aviator in Emergency Landing After He Sees Her Tire Fall Off
A 21-year-old rookie pilot was given a helpful hand from an experienced pilot after she was told that her landing gear was missing. The older pilot assisted the younger landing the small aircraft safely-despite it missing its front wheel.
2. Twin Paramedics Whose Dad Died of Cardiac Arrest Saved a Man Suffering Same Condition the First Time Working Together
Paramedic twins whose dad died of a cardiac arrest 21 years ago saved a man suffering the same condition—in a tag-team effort, only a day after the anniversary of his death.
3. One Stem Cell Injection to Target Inflammation Slashed Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke By 58%
A large trial showed that a single injection of a patient’s own stem cells into their heart was able to reduce inflammation and risk of heart attack and stroke by 58% if they had heart failure. 6 million Americans have clinical diagnoses of heart failure, a condition designated by a lack of ability for the heart to pump blood sufficiently. “For the first time, we’ve discovered that stem cells can successfully treat the inflammation that causes heart failure,” study lead author Dr. Emerson Perin, told the European Pharmaceutical Review.