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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 093018
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNA WILLIAMS WITH THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO RAISING MONEY FOR AND FUNDING CANCER RESEARCH AND ABOUT THEY BENEFIT WALK “LIGHT THE NIGHT”.
the case. And Dave and woke up here like they had the flu one day. Go to the doctor after feeling this nagging flu you know tired and strange flu like symptoms and eventually doctors ran a blood testified that things are not right. But it's not something that is usually so
Suicide Prevention 092318
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE FROM THE AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT TALKING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND HOW TO HELP PEOPLE CONSIDERING SUICIDE OR STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES.
okay to do work where. You know if you're sick with the flu you don't have to tell someone I am sick with the flu have got all these symptoms you just call an insane am sick. It should be the same thing with mental health to
UCP Oregon 081218
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN CUSHMAN AND GAVIN JOHNSON WITH UCP OREGON ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO ASSISTING PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
ago it if your parent and you had a child with the flu . And you know how scary that was in your child had this high fever and he thought you know we couldn't sleep
Central City Concern 061718
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTIE PERRY, DIRECTOR OF DONOR RELATIONS WITH CENTRAL CITY CONCERN AND DAVID NEFF, CO-FOUNDER OF THE WEIRD HOMES TOUR ABOUT THE WORK CCC WITH THE PORTLAND HOMELESS POPULATION AND HOW THE WEIRD HOME TOUR BENEFITS CCC.
to have their. CO PD treated or you know just get their flu shots it can get that all in one location they have relationships with our providers they see the same providers every time
Alzheimer's Association 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARA GRIFFEY, WALK DIRECTOR WITH THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION OF OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, ABOUT THE WORK THEY AROUND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND ABOUT THEIR WALKS COMING UP LATER IN THE SUMMER.
is going to be a big one is yes -- people think flu shots may be a cause rates. So that and again a flu so strongly I get one every year there probably are very important things yet right. A great way to people can help
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.
at the time and acquisitions. The most common types of symptoms are flu like illness and so the symptoms do not persists. For very long in the oftentimes it's body aches me alone great fear
many people are unaware that they. Have hepatitis C. Don't get the flu around 50%. There's a large proportion of people who have had to be out there we just don't know about drugs while
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARIS TSOLOMITIS, DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR WITH JDRF AND GREG SMITH, JDRF WALK CORPORATE CHAIR, ABOUT THE WORK JDRF DOES TO CURE, TREAT, AND PREVENT DIABETES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
and every fall there's first of people to get tagged and released flu season's flu season. Coming out of you know. Flu season we see this you know six to twelve months. Incubation period where you may have had some major sickness. And that
figure out how we can stop. Stuff. So I'm just talking about flu season also and we have a lot of common signs for diagnosis of type one. And just as we're we're starting to get into flu season I just wanted to mention that really quickly so if you're seeing someone. Constantly drinking water consulate having to go the bathroom losing a lot of play maybe not being. So conscious all the time with their words. Really lethargic or irritable. Or they think they how tough will it mean easily that's from the unique and optionally tally your doctor that you're like. I have these kind of science. Because they aren't a lot of times symptoms of the flu and that is. When tape when alliance hands gets credit crunch triggered. And so we can save a lot of lives of people are just get a simple. Urine test finger stick just checking their Pletcher. We've lost a couple kids this past year because they were undiagnosed. Because their doctors just not that they had the flu . So better safe than sorry just to quick little test. And it could save someone's life. In the last minute or so
NW Outward Bound School xx 060516
AN INTERVIEW WITH MITSU IWASAKI, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR NW OUTWARD BOUND SCHOOL AND MIRANDA HANSEN, EVENT COORDINATOR FOR CITY SKYLINE CHALLENGE, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GETTING PEOPLE TO EXPERIENCE THE OUTDOORS AND THEIR FUNDRAISING EVENT, REPELLING OFF OF THE 1000 BROADWAY BUILDING.
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Red Cross 110115
AN INTERVIEW WITH JARED SCHULTZMAN, COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER WITH THE RED CROSS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF BLOOD DONATIONS.
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
who's never donated. On the one I like to make is the flu shot. Lot of people get the flu shot like it doesn't shut. To me the flu shot is. It's a little more a little more purpose than it did you get from joining blended in and do the needle is smaller they're they're putting that he shut directly into your muscle. And whereas when you come into gunning blend thinking age of the needles a little bit bigger but we're just barely going under your skin and right into this game and and often. Times donors will hear him. Some personal feel anything at all. I'm really it it comes on the skill of four by animus which we train ourselves whether they come from the flu Bonnie Democrat or not when. When they're brought into the organization they retrained it into our system. And it it just to
feeling healthy and well the team you're donation so they'll cold or flu and getting over one night. Starting to feel one coming on if that's the keys to sweet to your feeling better. Beyond
ARC Livible 110115
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROY SOARDS, INTERIM DIRECTOR OF THE ARC OF MULTNOMAH COUNTY AND TERRY DRAYTON, FOUND AND CEO OF LIVIBLE, ABOUT THE WORK ARC DOES FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AND HOW LIVIBLE HELPS PEOPLE TO MAKE DONATIONS TO ARC THROUGH IT’S STORAGE PLANS.
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