OHSU

Show 140

Saturday, June 9, 2011

This week's program is a repeat of a past show

8:06 a.m.

Breathing Easier with Asthma Treatment

Dr. Fryer, an OHSU researcher developing new treatments for asthma teams up with her husband OHSU pulmonologist David Jacoby to talk about the current and future treatments that will help asthma suffers breath a bit easier. We'll hear how OHSU may be on the verge of a finding that may significantly improve the lives of asthma patients. If you want to hear more, join Dr. Fryer for her Marquam Hill Lecture on October 20th. Learn More

 


8:22 a.m.

Heart Disease in Women

Heart disease remains a leading cause of illness and death for Northwest women. What are we doing to fight it and how are men and women strikingly different when it comes to heart health? Dr. Diana Rinkevich, director of the Heart Disease in Women Program at OHSU joins us to talk about these issues. Learn More

 


8:35 a.m.

Never Enough Sleep

If there's one thing we can all agree upon, it's that we could all use more sleep. Millions suffer from sleep issues…and it's not something any one of us should take lying down. Drs. Holger Link and Kyle Johnson of the OHSU Sleep Disorders Program join us to talk about sleep. How much do we need? How many hours should our kids sleep? What are the warning signs that we may have a sleep disorder that requires treatment? Wake up with us on Saturday to talk about sleep. Learn More