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Category Archives: Podcasts
Peggy Steere of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital discussed diabetes education and prevention Nov. 5, 2013 on KIT 1280. The statistics: In the United States, nearly 26 million Americans have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes – that’s more than 8 … Continue reading
North Star Lodge Cancer Care Center offers clinical trials at every stage of cancer and provides patients with access to some of the latest and most effective drugs in the fight against and management of cancer. Yakima is considered a … Continue reading
Autism Awareness Month April is Autism Awareness Month. Each year, activities are planned at Children’s Village to educate our community about autism. Autism, part of a group of disorders known as autism spectrum disorders (ASD), is a complex neurobiological … Continue reading
As we wrap up Heart Month, Interventional Cardiologist Mark Berman from the Yakima Heart Center shares the latest on the newest offering in cardiac care in Yakima.
February is National Heart Month. Each week we’re featuring a different topic on cardiac treatments. Today’s topic is cardiac rehabilitation. Dr. Doug Morrison from the Yakima Heart Center explains what it is and who it can benefit from it.
Topic: Winter respiratory issues and the flu Guest: Brian Weihs, Director of Respiratory services, Date: January 22, 2013 We know respiratory ailments and the flu can be more challenging in the winter. Here are some issues you need to be … Continue reading
Kate Sansom was the guest on KIT. She was talking about our children’s wellness programs. Children’s wellness programs at Memorial It’s a new year and a great time to renew commitments to health and wellness. At Memorial, we are committed … Continue reading
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Katina Rue, MD discusses mental illness on KIT 1280