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UK HealthCast

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UK HealthCast

UK HealthCare

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UK HealthCast is a podcast featuring interviews with UK HealthCare experts on a variety of health-related topics, from how to recognize stroke symptoms to what patients need to know about clinical trials and more. Subscribe to UK HealthCast today wherever you listen to podcasts!
 
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True Care Healthcast

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True Care Healthcast

Erie County Medical Center

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True Care Healthcast is the official podcast from Erie County Medical Center. Each short podcast features our ECMC physicians, nurses, and support staff and covers health and wellness topics from our community-based approach to healthcare, as we serve the needs of patients and their families from across Western New York.
 
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Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts

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Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts

Sarasota Memorial HealthCasts

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Get expert health and wellness tips, discover the latest medical advances and learn about the health issues impacting our community with HealthCasts podcast, featuring Sarasota Memorial’s award-winning physicians and experienced healthcare professionals. Subscribe, so you never miss an episode, or watch the video versions on our YouTube channel, @SMHCS. Sarasota Memorial is one of the largest public health systems in Florida. Its flagship 895-bed hospital in Sarasota, Fla., has been consiste ...
 
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Kids Healthcast

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Kids Healthcast

Kids Healthcast

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Kids Healthcast is a pediatric podcast for parents. It is recorded by Indiana University Pediatric residents at Riley Hospital for Children. It covers health topics parents may be interested in a monthly half hour mp3-format podcast. Each month includes Health News, Medical Trivia, Parenting tips, and two segments on children's health ranging from constipation to normal newborn development and lots of information in between.
 
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GW HealthCast

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GW HealthCast

RadioMD

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GW HealthCast, a series of educational health podcasts, are available for listening or download. Hear the latest health information from medical professionals at the George Washington University Hospital and GW Medical Faculty Associates. For more information, contact us today.
 
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NCUIH Native Healthcast

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NCUIH Native Healthcast

National Council of Urban Indian Health

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This is the National Council of Urban Indian Health's (NCUIH) podcast platform which is promoting infection prevention and control education topics for our frontline warriors and healthcare team members through collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Project FIRSTLINE
 
Toma el control de tu salud con decisiones conscientes. Ana Sofia y Olivia, nutriólogas, te brindan información de salud actualizada y basada en evidencia para que tomes decisiones informadas en un mundo donde abundan mitos, modas y desinformación. En este podcast entrevistaremos expertos con quienes hablaremos de salud, nutrición y bienestar.
 
Sharing useful tips and tricks to a healthier and truly happy relationship with ourselves, our friends and relatives AND our planet. Just how vibrantly healthy do you want to be? Find emotional healing and lasting happiness with small changes and practices every day. From illness to wellness and beyond, this show will help you from surviving to thriving!
 
Health care and physician marketing looks a lot different today than it did in the past. Patients behave more like shoppers and look online for their healthcare needs. Bill Balderez is the founder of Fathom Healthcare, a digital marketing agency that works with more than 15 healthcare systems across the country. Learn with Bill as he hosts Healthcast. In each episode, he talks to people who are marketing the services of the healthcare industry.
 
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Summit County Healthcast

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Summit County Healthcast

Summit County Health Department

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The Summit County Healthcast is a podcast to improve the health and wellness of Summit County, Utah residents. Join us as we interview local health experts in a variety of fields and discuss ways to improve the physical, mental and environmental health of Summit County. The Summit County Healthcast is your trusted source for the most up-to-date health and wellness happenings in Summit County, Utah. Learn more at summitcountyhealth.org.
 
This is a new podcast series, that includes 5 episodes from the award-winning podcast Wealth Of Health, created for the Indian Medical Assocation and conceived, scripted and produced by the Podcast division of Adfactors PR.The series won multiple awards including the Sabre in Singapore. HealthCast will feature newer episodes too. For now, check out 5 episodes from the IMA. The podcast series features doctors, experts, patients and others discussing issues and solutions about health, wellness ...
 
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The Better Healthcast

The Better Health Channel

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The Better Healthcast is a podcast run by the Better Health Channel, where we speak to researchers, policy makers, consumers and people with lived experience about a range of topics across the health and wellbeing space. The Better Health Channel provides health and medical information to improve the health and wellbeing of people and the communities they live in. This information is quality-assured and reliable, up-to-date and easy to understand. We are fully funded by the Victorian Governm ...
 
Free Nutrition & Fitness, health, wellness and lifestyle tips, tricks and advice from healthcastnow.com. Tune in to the latest health, wellness and fitness topics where we interview thought leaders and world class experts in exercise, health, biohacking, medicine and wellness with a focus on demystifying and deconstructing overly complex topics in order to provide actionable health & fitness information that you can apply to your everyday lifestyle to move yourself closer to optimal health & ...
 
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Maria Aguero de Manunta is a local dietitian from Paraguay who previously worked for Neighborhood Health Center in Buffalo, New York. As a Spanish-speaking dietitian, she is making significant progress in reaching our predominantly Spanish-speaking population in Buffalo related to nutrition care, specifically diabetes, weight management and heart d…
 
High-dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy is a newer, accelerated cancer treatment that allows physicians to deliver equivalent doses of radiation in as little as one to four outpatient treatments that last just a few minutes each. Matthew Biagioli, MD, a radiation oncologist at the Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute at Sarasota Memorial, discusses this t…
 
According to the CDC, someone in the US has a stroke every 40 seconds. Linda Sugrue, Stroke Program Director at St. John's Riverside, discusses how to lower your risks of having a stroke, how to mitigate the impact of your long term health if you have one, and more.South County Health
 
There are three “macro” nutrients – Carbohydrate, Fat and Protein. We generally consume fats and carbs for energy to fuel our bodies. Protein is different. While it can be converted to fuel if needed, or if consumed in greater quantities than is required by the body, our protein consumption drives the processes that build lean mass and the creation…
 
People with slow and irregular heart rhythms have a variety of available treatments, but new options may be on the horizon. Dilip Mathew, MD, a cardiac electrophysiologist discusses these treatments, and an ongoing clinical research trial at Sarasota Memorial. SMH is participating in an international clinical trial of the world’s first dual-chamber…
 
Jacob Bleasdale, MS is a fourth-year Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Community Health and Health Behavior at the School of Public Health and Health Professions, University at Buffalo. His program of research seeks to understand the multi-level determinants of HIV prevention and treatment among communities most impacted by the HIV epidemic. …
 
With so many scheduled visits to a doctor for a baby after they're born, new parents often forget the importance of postpartum care for themselves. Malorie Lipman, MD, discusses the warning signs of postpartum depression, postpartum mania and other major postpartum concerns, plus what to expect for the first follow up appointment after delivery, an…
 
Breast health services are vital in the early detection and treatment of breast cancer. Diagnostic Radiologist Jeffrey Wasserman, DO, explains the different types of mammograms and discusses other tests which may be used to detect breast cancer. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips & news you can …
 
In this episode, doctors discuss information about monkey pox, 504s, and IEPS, where they will then end with a segment about sports physicals. Topic Times Monkey Pox - 1:55 504s and IEPS - 5:50 Sports Physicals - 12:50 Trivia - 17:55 This episode was recorded August of 2022.
 
Last spring, our cohost, Dr. Tia Palermo, had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania and speak with Jennifer Matafu of UNICEF about a social protection intervention aimed to improve children's nutrition. In this episode, we dive deep into the value of programs such as UNICEF's Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) and learn why models such as these co…
 
In this episode, we discuss methods on informing and educating healthcare workers on germ spread using the Body and the Healthcare Environment Reservoirs. Our first guest is Shay Drummond (MPH RN CIC), who works as an Infection Preventionist with the CDC Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion and is a subject matter expert on this topic. Our seco…
 
Up to 30% of the US population suffers from nasal allergies, and many sufferers hope for a cure. Alicia Alvarez, MD, is an allergist and immunologist with First Physicians Group in Sarasota and talks about the advancements in testing for allergies, and the treatment options available. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel he…
 
It’s been a recurring theme of ours - To maximize your healthspan you need to include some resistance training, aka strength training. While aerobic exercise (everything from brisk walking to jogging, biking, etc.) is also important, both are needed to get the best results – according to a study published in The British Journal of Sports Medicine t…
 
Dr. Rich (Medical Director, Internal Medicine Center, Erie County Medical Center) talks about remote patient monitoring for hypertension treatment. Dr. Rich explains why is hypertension such an important chronic medical condition and how remote monitoring work.Erie County Medical Center
 
Some patients have difficulty getting their wounds to heal but with the latest advances, St. John's Riverside Hospital offers a comprehensive program dedicated to helping adults with slow or non-healing wounds. Registered nurse and assistant director Tara Armerino discusses the St. John's Riverside Wound Healing Center, patients that would benefit …
 
Roughly 10% of the general US population is diabetic, and that number increases with age. Manivel Eswaran, MD, an endocrinologist with First Physicians Group in Sarasota discusses the risks for diabetes, treatments, and the advancements in technology for diabetes management. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For mo…
 
Today's episode features subject matter experts Karen Kwok (MSN, FNP-BC, MPH) and Marie Zephier, MPH as they lead the discussion on infection prevention control tips for healthcare staff. Karen holds a Dual Master’s degree in Nursing and Public Health and is a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has over 20 years of experience worki…
 
Recent headlines include: Direct primary care provider Everside Health scores $164M Hint Health Announces $45 Million In New Funding To Fuel Growth Of Direct Primary Care Direct primary care: A path to achieving the Quadruple Aim of health care - Lower cost, better health, improved patient AND provider experience Why all the buzz?…
 
Your doctor may order heart scans to get a better understanding of your risk of heart disease or if your treatment plan is uncertain. Dr. Alon Gitig discusses coronary calcium scans, how these scans are useful for tracking your heart health, and more.South County Health
 
Roughly 240,000 people will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States this year. Robert Carey, MD, specializes in the treatment of prostate cancer and explains the screening process, treatment options, and why not every diagnosis requires treatment. Check out other interviews with SMH experts at smh.com/podcast, and subscribe on your f…
 
In this episode, Drs. Hayes and Benson discuss the effect of using Tylenol or Ibuprofen after receiving a vaccine on immunity, the history of vaccines and some common myths, how to make sure your baby is getting enough vitamin D while breastfeeding, and some new COVID-19 vaccine guidelines. Topic Times Tylenol & Ibuprofen - 1:50 Vaccine Myths - 3:3…
 
Ovarian cancer has varying risk factors and the biggest one is genetics. Gynecologic Oncologist Beverly Long, MD, discusses the treatment options and how Sarasota Memorial is working to help research the role of genetics in the treatment of gynecologic cancers. You can also watch the video recording on our YouTube channel here. For more health tips…
 
While the absolute number of people suffering from A/D in the developed countries of the world is growing, that is due to the general aging of the population. The age-specific incidence of dementia has fallen in many countries and the reasons for this decline point to some of the ways we may be able to control our risk for developing A/D. This is p…
 
While not every cancer has a genetic component, many patients with active cancer diagnoses, or family members of those who have had cancer, see genetic counselors to learn about treatment options and prevention in future generations. Nicole Wood, the Lead Genetic Counselor for the Brian D. Jellison Cancer Institute at Sarasota Memorial explains why…
 
Anyone can help save the life of a friend, family member or even a stranger they see experiencing a stroke or heart issue by knowing the signs and acting quickly. Sarasota Memorial Emergency Medicine Physician Marshall Frank, DO, discusses recognizing the signs of an emergency, bystander CPR and AED use, and the importance of early intervention. Yo…
 
The winning team for the Office of Global Health Initiatives Climate-Health Innovation Sprint (Dr. Saad Alasil, Tiffany Mai, Kayla Giglia, ) interviews Derek Nichols about the connection between climate change and health. Derek Nichols is the Associate Director of Sustainability at the University at Buffalo where he works to change the culture and …
 
Minimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression, or MILD for short, is a relatively new procedure for treating patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. Dr. Stephen Erosa discusses how the MILD procedure can help those patients when more conservative treatments don't work.South County Health
 
Dr. Qaqish (Thoracic Surgeon) discusses thoracic surgery and thoracic oncology. Dr. Qaqish explains what a general thoracic surgeon does, the diseases that a thoracic surgeon treats, and what kind of surgeries he performs.Erie County Medical Center
 
There have been a number of studies that indicate coffee drinkers live longer than non-drinkers. Previous research has linked coffee consumption with a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, liver and prostate cancers and other health issues. Of course, all of these studies are observational epidemiological studies that …
 
In this episode, Drs. Phillips and Halterman discuss updates on COVID-19 booster shots for kids, how to protect kids' skin from the sun, tips on summertime activities, and water safety. Topic Times Vaccine Updates - 1:51 Sun Protection - 4:08 Summertime Activities - 9:33 Water Safety - 10:53 Trivia - 17:22 This episode was recorded on May 23, 2022.…
 
Physiatrists specialize in improving a patient's function and quality of life after they've suffered some kind of medical illness or injury, but not everyone needs to have had a major surgery or hospital stay to require rehabilitation with a physiatrist. Steven Papuchis, DO, discusses both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and the new physic…
 
Patients with thyroid and parathyroid conditions are sometimes told their treatment options are limited and may leave large scars. Ralph Tufano, MD, FACS, is the Medical Director of Head and Neck Endocrine Surgery at Sarasota Memorial and is a world renowned surgeon. He discusses scarless transoral thyroidectomy and radiofrequency ablation as great…
 
Tobacco-related health disparities are a pressing issue in the area of tobacco prevention and cessation. Schuyler Lawson sits down with Dr. Monica Webb-Hooper of the NIMHD to discuss the implications of tobacco on communities of color, and why these disparities exist in the first place. Dr. Monica Webb Hooper is Deputy Director of the National Inst…
 
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