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American Heart Assoc 011418
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE WEISENBACK, CHAIRWOMAN 2018 GO RED FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN AND PRESIDENT OF KEYBANK OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, AND HEIDI STEWART, 2018 GO RED REAL WOMAN AND HEART DISEASE SURVIVOR ABOUT FEBRUARY HEART MONTH AND THE LITTLE HATS BIG HEARTS CAMPAIGN.
to know your numbers. In to be health are Smart about your heart health and to really understand what is it take to help prevent heart disease. And a bit at the beginning of the year
I am weak tree awareness and additional I am education are around heart health for our families in Oregon along as this campaign and going home. Two years here in Horry again it ended this is
to promote 2 am awareness and I'm an American Heart Association and heart health . It's a pretty important day I think we were we were written around here at the radio station on I think you
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
factors. It might be easy to tell someone know you have a stroke you have in trouble at work one ages decks lines you'll that might be good advice for their problem at work but if there are underlying factors that we don't know about we don't wanna do then it. We kind of liken it to if on the someone's having a heart attack or Obama stroke you might not say. Hey maybe I eat better quit smoking and exercise more and then I know you get them healthy
United Cerebral Palsy 082717
AN INTERVIEW SUSAN CUSHMAN AND KERRY PINNEY WITH UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY ABOUT WHAT CP IS AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK, ROLL AND RUN ON SEPTEMBER 16.
for them. And like I said then there's kids who have a stroke in utero. Which was just astounding me when I first heard that how do they know that that they can tell. And there are and they have one side is more affected than the other like an adult having a stroke . And your whole life and they usually can walk and talk and do really well in school. I mean it is CP
Cider Summit 06117
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALAN SHAPIRO, FOUND OF THE CIDER SUMMIT, ABOUT THE PORTLAND EVENT, WHAT CIDER IS, AND HOW THE EVENT HELPS SEVERAL BENEFICIARIES AND THE COMMUNITY
in the simplest terms. You know grapes into line stand that Apple's stroke apparently and to better. It and salute a little confusion. Does that kind of blind as a kind of beer. Or it
4th Dimension Recover Center 042317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TONY VEZINA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF 4TH DIMENSION RECOVERY CENTER AND NICK SMIT, GENERAL MANAGER OF GRESHAM SUBARU, ABOUT THE WORK 4D DOES WITH YOUNG PEOPLE IN ADDICTION RECOVERY AND THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM GRESHAM SUBARU.
mentor it's individualized survey which basically. It's whatever this person needs severe stroke you know farm Johnny B in high command in. You know I'm homeland. I need to go to treatment I want to
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
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.
about treatment after I gave her she my daughter. I suffered a heart attack are very are here though. I downward diet plan I woke up and blew her and I see in this room Jessica
know exhausted you you are when they're working parents. In showed that heart attack with sort of great eagle wake up call for both of our and we started doing it kind of research. And on
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