This morning, Jon King welcomed Dr. Sally Scott, board certified oncologist, to Health Talk. The program covered an array of topics including oncology and advances being made in cancer research and treatment
Peter Christian met with Joyce Dombrouski R.N. to tour the new Family Maternity Center (FMC) at Providence St. Patrick Hospital here in Missoula. The FMC is located on the third floor of the Broadway Building at 500 West Broadway
Forest restoration was at the front of Senator Steve Daines’ mind today as he encouraged the U.S. Forest Service to restore the health of the national forest system. With Montana’s recent drought designations in mind, Daines asked Forest Service Chief Thomas Tidwell to discuss the importance of Categorical Exclusions…something that may be of benefit to future forest health restoration projects.
This morning we welcomed Dr. Jeffrey Stephenson from the Montana Cancer Center at Providence St. Patrick Hospital. Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Dr. Stephenson attended University of Wisconsin –Madison for undergraduate/medical school where he did his residency in Radiation Oncology
Nationally, the rate of obesity in the United States has risen to 27.7 percent in 2014, but according to the new Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index Montana was one of the top states with the lowest obesity rates.
This morning, Peter and Jon welcomed Dr. Carla Davis to Health Talk at the KGVO studios here in Missoula. Carla Davis, MD was raised in Helena and is a graduate of Carroll College. She earned her Doctorate of Medicine at University of California in Davis
Experts will tell you that being active and getting 30 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week will improve your health. Active people tend to be fitter and generally enjoy better health. But if you're concerned about your risk of heart disease due to past issues or a family history, there are ways that exercise can help reduce that risk.
Montana summers are often plagued by smoke filled skies, and new research out of the University of Montana shows that that air pollution may have a significant negative impact on the IQ of children as young as 11.
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