Installment 5 of a 12-part series on KTVA-TV, Channel 11, explains what "TBI," or traumatic brain injury is, how it is treated, who is most at risk and what can be done to prevent this dangerous condition.
Join us for our upcoming conference: “Mothers, Infants & Families with Substance Dependence: Advances & Challenges” http://t.co/euAPuf0vLx
If you are a medical professional or someone dedicated to the health and well-being of mothers, babies and families, we would love to see you in April at our upcoming conference: “Mothers, Infants & Families with Substance Dependence: Advances & Challenges."
A message from our friends at the US National Weather Service #Alaska...Chill, It's a #Drill!
Timeline Photos This morning, at approximately 10:15 a.m. NOAA’s National Weather Service, the National Tsunami Warning Center, the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and the Alaska Broadcasters Association will be conducting a live code test of the Tsunami Warning System. You may see or hear emergency alerts from various media platforms to include social media, television and radio. This is an annual test of the system to ensure it is ready to deliver time sensitive tsunami messages.
On the Kenai Peninsula, the all-hazard siren system will sound an alert in the following communities: SEWARD and LOWELL POINT, HOMER, SELDOVIA, PORT GRAHAM, and NANWALEK. The siren will play an alert and state that a tsunami warning has been issued. After the alert sounds, the sirens will sound an “all clear” indicating that the test has concluded.
You can always get the latest tsunami information by pointing your browser to: http://www.tsunami.gov/ Posted on Wed, March 25 2015