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Marathon Scholars 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE WASSERBERGER AND BROOKE ADAMS WITH MARATHON SCHOLARS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH UNDER-RESOURCED CHILDREN TO MAKE THEIR WAY THROUGH COLLEGE.
she was really. A decisive on if this campus was finished his cardiovascular pressure there's going to be too big for it to. Too much stress and so I said you know what let's just
Muscles In Motion 090415
AN INTERVIEW WITH DIANA DEL GARBINO AND PATRICK LONG, TRAINERS AT MUSCLES IN MOTION, ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE AND HOW TO FIT EXERCISE INTO YOUR LIFE.
injury free. Helps my recovery time. But when you're talking about about. Cardiovascular exercise really basically all that is something is going to your heart rate up and that your whole. Some pretty vessel system
lenders are says we'll reduce your bad. Doesn't hurt to improve your cardiovascular fitness. We not get net debt lean muscle. Stimulation that resistance exercise provides an and really. There's a direct correlation to how
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.
complementing whatever care is available at any. That we treat things like cardiovascular disease . I am as a compliment there's been a recent later on hypertension and that it showed some great results soundtrack to punish
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.
talk about smoking in and the effects of smoking on current common cardiovascular system . Yeah that's that smoking I think is a really big risk factor and in fact you know it contributes. Of all the
Cascadia Behavioral Health 10.5.14
An interview with Dr. Derald Walker, president and CEO of Cascadia, talking about suicide and suicide prevention.
our emotional health is no different than our our fiscal health are. Cardiovascular health any other kind of help we we have concerns about and we seek out help. So it's a shame. In the stigma
Diabetes Treatment and Prevention
A discussion with Mandy Bentley and Lauren Worley, both from the American Diabetes Association, about their work in diabetes research, prevention and advocacy, as well as their upcoming fundraisers in Portland and Vancouver, “Step Out Walk To Stop Diabetes”. www.diabetes.org/portlandstepout www.diabetes.org/clarkcountystepout
for. He cut to think that might happen and I think current cardiovascular link heart disease and stroke so that really aren't that big -- It's a good -- go to your doctor seven check
The African-American Health Coalition
A discussion with Corliss McKeever, the President and CEO of the African-American Health Coalition, about the need for their organization and the benefits they’re providing when it comes to health care in Portland, as well as the details for their upcoming Wellness Walk, “The Soul Stroll”. www.aach-portland.org
That's right and found. You know we've started out -- connect. -- cardiovascular disease which was huge and we got a grant from the center for disease control and prevention in Atlanta Georgia. And we had.
American Heart Association
A discussion with Erin McDonough from the American Heart Association, and Will Balderston from Subway, about the American Heart Association's Start! Heart And Stroke Walk, coming up May 22nd in Portland and Vancouver.
our celebration really just cute thing about people taking charge of our heart health as well. Fundraising and helping to support the cause and we do this in a way that and pay tribute to those
so you've got there as well you guys survivor area -- the heart health area where were you doing actual hole screens. So Iraq so Alicia Hewitt is one of our larger partner. That they will
allowed. So they have -- done that the kids can learn about heart health and being healthy and being physically active. And then we also. An area where we can celebrate NB SP then you'll see
Alternative Medicine Part I
A discussion with Regina Dehen from the Oregon College Of Oriental Medicine about alternative forms of medicine, primarily the benefits of Chinese medicine.
also have some patients that are getting happy about the benefits. The cardiovascular system since that's such a huge issue and conventional western medicine here -- the United States in industrialized nations. You know number one -- so that people. Seek our care and our assistant to keep their blood pressure down to keep the game under control to it improves kidney function. And thereby hopefully need improve their cardiovascular status so that's. Preventive medicine I mean if we can help them. Controlled cholesterol level not necessarily with acupuncture but sometimes with
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