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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