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Salmon Superhwy Project 031917
AN INTERVIEW WITH JIM PRINZING, CEO OF PELICAN BREWING, TERRY TURNER WITH THE SALMON SUPERHWY PROJECT, AND NAN DEVLIN TILLAMOOK TOURISM DIRECTOR, ABOUT HOW STREAMS ARE BEING RESTORED IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY, THE TOURISM IMPACT, AND THE DONATIONS THAT PELICAN BREWING IS MAKING TO THE PROJECT.
remote locations and in a lot of time there's only one actual stroke to a from the farm so so Anderson stream you can imagine everywhere tributaries of blood of the primary river systems financial
AN INTERVIEW WITH DANA BRANER, PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF AT DOERNBECHER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ABOUT THEIR HISTORY AND THEIR 90TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2016.
system also works for many other discipline is one of which is stroke . You may or may not know we say in stroke that time his brain. In other words step quicker than stroke doctor confuse the quicker we can administer clot busting medications. And the better your prognosis is going to be. Using telemedicine robots that are scattered throughout or again. We can have a stroke doctors he within minutes not western powers. So a tremendous. A tremendous change in the way you were able to care for
Oregon Jr. Golf 042416
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBYN LORAIN, DIRECTOR AT OREGON JR GOLF, A NON-PROFIT HELPING TO GET YOUNG PEOPLE INTO THE GAME OF GOLF.
it valley country club. In general there is a one day as stroke play qualifying and then junior golfers are heated within their division. To play matches throughout the rest of the that we called junior golfers I guarantee and then another three rounds of golf. Bill one round of stroke play Q around the match Blake and then he keeps heat pack winning your matches he'll be able to play the final
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
instances. Give me another example with people who. Has had as a stroke . And I are having severe after effects of the stroke . Very optic nerve being seen by an occupational therapists and a physical therapist. And so this therapy is going along the person
Meals On Wheels 020716
AN INTERVIEW WITH MEAGAN STUART, EVENTS MANAGER AT MEALS ON WHEELS PEOPLE, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING SENIORS AND THEIR VALENTINE-A-GRAM FUNDRAISER.
and where mourners prickly on that they'll have the living in the stroke yeah to a car. It is spiritual we have the drinking chocolate in the she's in there are so. And you know
A Hope For Autism 110815
AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBBIN SOBOTKA-SOLES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH A HOPE FOR AUTISM FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM, INCLUDING ABA SERVICES AND ADVOCACY.
There was the 3.3. Percent growth rates. And children diagnosed with parkinson's stroke . Aren't. We do a lot more of our prison now and then we did when I first started. In the profession. And
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM TOWSLEE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR FOR THE OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION’S RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA PROGRAM ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT DO NOW THAT MARIJUANA IS LEGAL IN OREGON.
this is this just you know how to Wear rubber city and stroke . Rule advisory committee review of the spared in harder earlier meetings you know sort elections process I was wondered. If it is
Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon 061415
AN INTERVIEW WITH MADONNA MCGUIRE SMITH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH THE HEMOPHILIA FOUNDaTION OF OREGON, ABOUT BLEEDING DISORDERS, THE CAUSES, THE WORK HFO DOES, AND ABOUT THEIR BENEFIT WALK ON JUNE 27.
of team. If everyone platelets are sticky. And that's what makes the blood clots and I only have an injury and when you have all of us that these you don't have any stickiness from outside
Arthritis Foundation 051015
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE IVIE, DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AND ALICE MINDAK, ADULT HONOREE WITH THE VANCOUVER WALK TO CURE ARTHRITIS, ABOUT THE WORK THE FOUNDATION DOES AND ALL ABOUT THE WALK TO RAISE AWARENESS AND FUNDS.
to me when they actually do the walk coming I had another stroke stuff tomorrow. I'm then you make it look so easy I. I'm used to just showing up on Saturday in in my
Kaiser Permanente Heart Disease 2.15.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. TIM JACOBSON FROM KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT HEART DISEASE, ITS CAUSES, AND HOW TO PREVENT IT.
Progressive narrowing of the arteries which can lead to engine heart attacks stroke and things of the like. And the cumulative thing. Yes I think it is you know over time we tend to accumulate
earlier this morning as a patient yesterday who was really had a stroke he's got some heart disease. Menaced him he'd just gone back to work with the log truck driver. And asked him what
in total. And that once one has had a heart attack or stroke being able to quit. Either chewing tobacco or smoking doesn't matter which one it is. Reduce your risk of having another heart attack or stroke by forty or 50% so is really probably the most powerful thing to reduce your risk over time. How many people still