Podcasts


Doctors, nurses sound the alarm as vaccination rates drop

Doctors, nurses sound the alarm as vaccination rates drop

40 min  ⋅ April 30th
Podcast: Why immunizations are important, and who parents can trust with vaccine info
From IVF to NICU: One couple’s road to starting a family

From IVF to NICU: One couple’s road to starting a family

41 min  ⋅ April 24th
Podcast: Soon after ‘graduating’ from fertility to pregnancy care, complications arose
Nighttime routine can help with sleep problems

Nighttime routine can help with sleep problems

29 min  ⋅ April 4th
Podcast: Dr. Haven Malish talks sleep hygiene, late-night food cravings, and sleep treatments
How to make your colonoscopy prep experience better

How to make your colonoscopy prep experience better

31 min  ⋅ March 27th
Podcast: Make it a project, with directions and supplies set out in advance, says endoscopist
Pelvic floor dysfunction explained, and how to fix it

Pelvic floor dysfunction explained, and how to fix it

41 min  ⋅ March 13th
Podcast: Women’s specialists discuss pelvic floor issues and why they’re more common than we think
Eating disorders vs disordered eating: Differences & dangers

Eating disorders vs disordered eating: Differences & dangers

22 min  ⋅ February 28th
Podcast: Sanford psychologist shares how to identify and address unhealthy relationships with food
Four pillars of weight management, defined

Four pillars of weight management, defined

47 min  ⋅ January 17th
Podcast: Medicines like Ozempic, Wegovy are only part of long-term weight management
The rise in sober and ‘sober curious’ living

The rise in sober and ‘sober curious’ living

33 min  ⋅ January 4th
Podcast: Beyond Dry January and Sober October, sober curiosity has health benefits
Choosing the right birth control

Choosing the right birth control

42 min  ⋅ December 7th
Podcast: Your choices depend on your lifestyle and your needs, says Sanford OB/GYN
TikTok nutrition trends: What’s safe versus a scam

TikTok nutrition trends: What’s safe versus a scam

36 min  ⋅ October 11th
Podcast: Weight management specialist debunks diet claims of powdered greens, WaterTok and more
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How to know if dietary supplements can help or harm

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Sanford Health opens new clinic in northeast Sioux Falls

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How Sanford supports athletes’ mental health

How Sanford supports athletes’ mental health

Elite athletes talk about behavioral health, encourage others to do the same
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There is a season for heart disease, study says

Even people in milder climates may be affected by seasonal changes
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Vaccination FAQs and when kids need each shot

Vaccination FAQs and when kids need each shot

A pediatrician answers common questions about vaccine safety, side effects and schedules
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Ear infections in children: What to do when their ears hurt

Ear infections in children: What to do when their ears hurt

Fever, crying with a cold or complaints of ear pain are signs to see a doctor
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Finding the right doctor: How to choose one for your child

Finding the right doctor: How to choose one for your child

Get to know a primary care provider who makes you and your child comfortable
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Cuts, scrapes, burns – when first aid isn’t enough

Cuts, scrapes, burns – when first aid isn’t enough

A Sanford Health wound specialist shares how to heal fast and when to get help
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Why do we get sick more in the winter?

Why do we get sick more in the winter?

More time indoors means greater spread of germs, experts say. Check whether you're contagious
Simon Floss 14 min read