Cold and Flu
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Hepatitis C and The VA 030517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. MICHAEL CHANG WITH THE PORTLAND VA HOSPITAL AND DANA SMOTHERS, A HEPATITIS NURSE WITH THE VA, ABOUT HEPATITIS C, TREATMENT, AND HOW VETERANS CAN GET TESTED AND TREATED.
explained to us what is hepatitis C. That they see is a viral infection . There is passed through blood contact. And it's a virus that replicate content for chop liver and after a prolonged period of
Kitchen Fable 011317
AN INTERVIEW WITH JESSICA TURNER AND JORDANA BOWEN WITH KITCHEN FABLE PUBLISHING ABOUT THEIR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT AIMS TO HELP FAMILIES WITH SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN GET MORE NUTRITION INTO THEIR LIVES AND HELP TO SIMPLIFY LIFE IN GENERAL.
really nice eight years here when when Kim I something that we congestion networks. You know I'd imagine that everybody can benefit from it I'm I'm not a parent but it sounds like I should
For Every Kid 011716
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEEANNE FERGUSON, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL DIRECTOR, ABOUT WHAT THEIR PROGRAM IS AND HOW THEY ARE TRYING TO IMPLEMENT SAFER WAYS FOR KIDS TO GET OUTSIDE IN THEIR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD AND AROUND THE METRO AREA.
So as though they about the gold also run means. A condition congestion reduction. Though where we're we're really educating a lot of our decision makers about. What they found the school can do and
Red Cross 110115
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED SCHULTZMAN, COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER WITH THE RED CROSS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF BLOOD DONATIONS.
from work shopping. For the holidays. And there's also seasonal illness sealed cold and flu season will will not donors out of commission has forced donation goes for a couple weeks at a time. And so so
Oregon College Of Oriental Medicine 101815
AN INTERVIEW WITH BETH HOWLETT, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE OREGON COLLEGE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, ABOUT WHAT ORIENTAL MEDICINE IS AND HOW IT’S USED IN ASIA AND THE U.S.
for example. And there are certain formulas that are typically for nasal congestion at the base formula for I ever. Everyone uses that. But at the individual coming in house the particular color a slammer they have a fever or don't have a fever I'm not gonna modified formula based on all the symptoms that they're coming into the comic web. Gaps and so there are
Red Cross 071915
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED SCHULTZMAN, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR WITH THE RED CROSS, ABOUT BLOOD DONATIONS, WHERE TO GIVE, THE CURRENT NEED, AND THE KGON SPONSORED BLOOD DRIVE ON JULY 21-25.
skin the armor into the vein on the team based had a flu shot . I'm in my mind a flu shot is a little bit more. The discomfort because if it's a small needle that's going raid into the muscle whereas we're just.
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette 042615
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY M. CROSS, CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD CW ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO TO BETTER SEXUAL HEALTH IN WOMEN AND MEN, INCLUDING EDUCATION AND OUTREACH.
if the patient can be and and if she needs to aid strep throat culture or it's routine and they need their sports physical. And they're coming in for another service we'll be able to meet
Legacy Health Flu Season 11.9.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. BRIAN YOUNG, CRITICAL CARE PHYSICIAN WITH LEGACY HEALTH ABOUT THE FLU , FLU IMMUNIZATION, AND GENERAL HEALTH IN THE WINTER MONTHS.
affairs program and Gary Watson and it's that time of year it's cold and flu season. You've probably already had friends and coworkers call in sick today on the program we're going to be talking about the flu and how to prevent it. And I'd like to welcome doctor Brian Young critical care physician and clinical mice president of medical specialties from legacy helped cement the scope either doctor. Good morning to wrap absolutely. So it is flu season officially right. Absolutely. We usually think about the influence this season starting end. October. Now we're definitely in the middle of it end well activity first. Influenza in Oregon has been a little bit low weak and anticipated in the build up over the next several months of public continue. Well into the spring these. Have there been any reported cases of the flu yet this year. Not yet seen here in Oregon and they tend to build a little bit later here in organ to
Diabetes Education and Prevention
A discussion with Judy Fry, a diabetes educator, and Jesse Wornum, a contestant from Season 11 of The Biggest Loser, about what is being done to educate the public about diabetes and what you can do to help prevent it. Visit The American Diabetes Association’s Free Diabetes Expo at the Oregon Convention Center on February 11th. www.diabetes.org
going to be healthy cooking demonstrations -- limiting free health screenings. -- flu shot Thursday and activities known for being used. There's this section that is all things Spanish in -- different diabetes standards and information
A discussion with Jason Rouse and Shelley McLendon, from the new sketch comedy troupe, "SWEAT," about their all-new show and the process that goes into creating a theatrical sketch comedy production.
your mouth. Is that would be handy it's going to be includes cold and flu season soon and that of our -- -- -- like nine months it's knock on wood. So sweat it's new sketch comedy