Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL… We’ll tell you about efforts at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital to ease patient pain. A family health expert joins us to talk about home health remedies; and we’ll hear from fertility experts and patients about helping couples fulfill their family wishes. Join us Saturday at 8 a.m. on KXL 101.1 FM.
Coming up on this week’s edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL Radio. Summertime can be three months of fun for your kids. It’s also the time of year when childhood injuries spike. A safety expert from Doernbecher joins us to talk about preventing everything from minor injuries to tragedies. We’ll talk about the many ways that regular health checkups can save or lengthen your lives. Finally, if you think you are … Read More
Some great news at OHSU today. Our efforts to be a diverse institution are getting some notice. The university has been recognized as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” for the second year in a row. OHSU is listed in the Healthcare Equality Index 2012 report, an annual survey conducted by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation that was released earlier today. An excerpt from OHSU’s press release here: OHSU is one of 71 respondents … Read More
Here’s what’s on tap for the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL Radio… Do you use honey to soothe a sore throat? Are you a fan of the neti pot? Do you even know what a neti pot is? We’ll have a family health expert join us to talk about home health remedies – what works and what doesn’t. We’ll talk about efforts at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital to ease … Read More
Coming up this week on The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL radio: We’ll tell you about new technologies connecting patients to doctors up and down the I-5 corridor. Summer is here, or at least the weatherman says so. We’ll be talking about sheilding your eyes from sun damage and the kinds of sunglasses that provide the best protection. Finally, hearing loss is a concern for all ages. We’ll talk to an OHSU … Read More
I had the pleasure of attending a really special event today at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital: Graduation ceremonies for some of our cancer and hematology patients. The kids are currently receiving treatment, while participating in the hospital’s K-12 Hospital School Program. As you can see, everyone – students and teachers alike – dressed for the occasion. Some more photos and video below.
Last week’s edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science was all about cancer. We featured four experts from the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. The segments: The OHSU Effect: Personalized Cancer Treatment The OHSU Effect: The Patient’s Experience with Cancer The OHSU Effect: Navigating Cancer The OHSU Effect: Yoga, Mindfulness and Cancer Tune in Saturday at 8 a.m. for our next show on KXL 101.1 FM
In case you missed it… Here are the segments from last week’s edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL 101.1 FM. THE OHSU EFFECT: DEEP SEA RESEARCH THE OHSU EFFECT: AIDS RESEARCH THE OHSU EFFECT: BARIATRIC SURGERY – PART 1 THE OHSU EFFECT: BARIATRIC SURGERY – PART 2 Be sure to tune is this Saturday at 8 am for our next show.
Have you ever seen the show Hoarders and wondered how and why people are unable to throw things away? OHSU has an expert on hoarding. This week on The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science, he helps us understand the disorder and how we can help people beat it. Plus…we’ll give you a behind the scenes look at research. You’ll hear about all of the time and effort doctors and scientists at OHSU invest to … Read More
Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health &Science on KXL Radio… We’ll talk to an OHSU researcher who thinks the secrets to battling some diseases and locating new biofuels can be found deep out at sea. We’ll hear about promising research to combat the worldwide epidemic of AIDS. and we’ll discuss who should consider surgery as an option for obesity.We’ll also hear from a patient who made that choice and … Read More