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Free Testing For Lung Function at Asante Three Rivers Wednesday

By Jim McCoy Tue 13th November NewsCOPDhealth
Tomorrow (Wednesday) from 1 p.m.to 3 p.m., Asante Three Rivers in Grants Pass is offering free lung tests as part of World COPD day. The disease the world’s 4th leading killer. Under the umbrella of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder are a variety of breathing difficulties that include emphysema and chronic bronchitis.Read More »

Ambulances Experiencing Drug Shortage

By Jim McCoy Thu 12th July Newsdrugsemergency serviceshealth

Emergency responders in various jurisdictions have reported struggling to deal with a shortage of drug supplies created by manufacturing delays and industry changes.  Some paramedics are injecting expired medications, despite a risk they won't work as intended.  Others are scrambling to train paramedics to use alternative medications.Read More »

Dr. Susan Spear on Men's Health Week

By admin Tue 12th June FocusTodayHealthhealth
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Dr. Susan Spear, Sr. VP of Medical Affairs of EHE International encourages men to take care of themselves during Men's Health Week.

Original aired on theDove TV & Radio June 12th 2012

Lyme Disease Awareness Month-Sharon Lee

By Sue Schneider Wed 30th May 8amhealth
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Wed 30th May
Sharon Lee, a nurse infected with Lyme disease talks about the dangers, treatments and resources for Lyme Disease.

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Report: Oregonians Are Getting Fatter

By Jim McCoy Wed 16th May NewshealthobesityOregon Heath Authority

Oregonians are getting fatter.
     A report released by the Oregon Health Authority this week says
60 percent of adults are either overweight or obese, and
researchers blame poor nutrition and a lack of exercise.
     The authority says the rate of Oregonians considered overweightRead More »

Focus Today, May 15th 2012

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Tue 15th May
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On today's episode:
- Dr. Michael Barry, Cancer Treatment Centers of America
- Jim Lakely, The Heartland Institute
- Gary Bauer, American Values
 

Child Vaccination Rates Down In Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 8th May Newschildren's vaccinationshealth

More parents in Oregon are choosing not to have their children vaccinated against diseases.The trend has been rising for a dozen years and KATU reports kindergarteners this school year had a religious exemption for at least one vaccine.
     That's a concern for health officials watching a whooping coughRead More »

Nisha Jackson-Skin Care

By Sue Schneider Thu 9th February 8amhealth
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Thu 9th February
Ventana WellnessNisha Jackson discusses skin health, new anti-aging supplements and non-invasive skin therapies.

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Nisha Jackson

By Sue Schneider Thu 5th January 8amhealth
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Thu 5th January

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Dr. Michael S. Barry - The Forgiveness Project

By Sue Schneider Fri 12th August 8amHealthhealth
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Tue 9th August
Is there a relationship between unforgiveness and cancer? Author of The Forgiveness Project, Dr. Michael S. Barry, talks about overcoming cancer, finding health and achieving peace.

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