Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL Radio: They are some of the most important people in the hospital for patients and families in great need. But they aren’t doctors or nurses…we’ll meet them. Fertility issues can take a huge mental toll on couples who want to begin a family. We’ll tell you what OHSU can do to assist. Then, we’ll give you an insider perspective … Read More
Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL 101.1 FM… One of our top doctors from the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute joins us. He co-authored a book, published this month, that helps cancer patients better understand clinical trials. He’ll tell us about the options patients have, questions they should ask and how clinical trials might lead to the next treatment breakthrough. We’ll also talk with one of … Read More
Here are the segments from last week’s edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science. Segment 1: Dr. Helmi Lutsep talks about stroke treatments Segment 2: Debbie Lamberger talks about nurse case managers Segment 3: Drs. Leo Pereira and Ellen Tilden talk about lowering the c-section rate Segment 4: Dr. Mary Anna Denman talks about pelvic prolapse Join us for our next show this Saturday at 8 a.m. on KXL 101.1 FM.
Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL radio… We’ll learn about amazing advances to combat stroke, a disease that pits patients and doctors in a race against the clock. We’ll learn about some very special staff at OHSU who want to keep you healthy and out of the doctor’s office. We’ll learn about efforts to make C-section births less common and therefore less traumatic for moms … Read More
Here are the segments from last week’s edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL radio. Seg 1: Combatting alcoholism through research Seg 2: Nurse Midwives Seg 3: Head and Neck Screening – Part 1 Seg 4: Head and Neck Screening – Part 2 Tune in this Saturday at 8 a.m. for the next edition of the OHSU Effect on KXL 101.1 FM.
If you spotted this article in U.S. News about the sinking of the Titanic, you may have been surprised to see an OHSU expert mentioned. Excerpt: In two new books, a group of historians, naval architects, and materials scientists argue that fresh evidence has further unraveled the familiar story of the Titanic, raising more questions about what caused the disaster. In What Really Sank the Titanic: New Forensic Discoveries, Jennifer Hooper McCarty, a materials scientist … Read More
Coming up on the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health and Science… Did you know that some of us are more likely to have alcohol issues than others? Two scientists will join us to explain why. It’s a new approach to help expectant moms prepare for a new addition to the family. We’ll tell you about it and we’ll talk about a form of cancer that’s on the rise and what OHSU is doing … Read More
On last week’s show… Tawna Peterson talked about water-based toxins Damien Fair talked about ADHD research Dr. Ann Tseng talked about travel medicine Dr. Kerry Kuehl talked about exercise and nutrition Tune in Saturday at 8 a.m. for the next edition of The OHSU Effect: Inside Health & Science on KXL 101.1 FM.
OK – I admit it. I love this story. Yesterday, I was able to watch as local kids in Head Start received eyeglasses provided through the Elks Children’s Eye Clinic at OHSU’s Casey Eye Institute. Doctors from Casey did the screenings and our partners The Elks and others took it from there. Check out the video: The donations were made possible by lots of folks: The Elks, Casey Eye Institute, a local optical shop called … Read More
Could nature itself be causing health concerns in our waterways? An OHSU researcher named Tawna Peterson is an expert on the topic and she will be on The OHSU Effect this weekend on KXL. More info here…on one of our many sister blogs.