Ep. 15: COVID and the important connection to heart health

24 min  ⋅ April 11th
Dr. Tom Stys says COVID infections plus our pandemic lifestyle can make heart disease worse.
A middle aged couple relaxing on a sofa.

Ep. 14: Colon cancer awareness and the importance of screenings

26 min  ⋅ March 14th
Colorectal screenings are an important measure in decreasing the risk of developing colon cancer and are now recommended at age 45.

Ep. 13: Importance of heart and vascular screenings

24 min  ⋅ February 21st
Podcast on heart health and benefits of heart and vascular screenings with Sanford Health cardiologist, Dr. Ahmed Abuzaanona

Ep. 11: Importance of getting the HPV vaccine

20 min  ⋅ February 9th
The HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer and other cancers later on in life. Dr. Brooke Jensen, discusses the importance of this vaccine.

Ep. 10: Blood and bone marrow transplant care at Sanford

32 min  ⋅ February 2nd
Providing a second chance by using the patient's own stem cells for treatment
Dr. Donella Herman discusses orthobiologics during a podcast recording

Ep. 9: Regenerative medicine options for orthopedic pain

43 min  ⋅ December 13th
Harnessing the body's own resources to promote healing for orthopedic pain

Ep. 16: Sanford Health commitment to our veteran community

31 min  ⋅ November 10th
Captain Paul Weckman talks about the commitment to veterans through the innovative programs at Sanford Health and the Good Samaritan Society.

Ep. 9: Infectious disease specialist talks COVID-19

21 min  ⋅ September 27th
Amid another COVID-19 surge, Dr. Avish Nagpal urges vaccinations

Ep. 8: The wellness benefits of running

34 min  ⋅ June 21st
From camaraderie to mental health, there's plenty of reasons to hit the trails
Dr. Keith Hansen talks with Dr. Joseph Segeleon for the Called to Care podcast about infertility

Ep. 7: When to refer to fertility, reproductive specialists

29 min  ⋅ April 16th
Sanford reproductive endocrinologists offer wide variety of options to help couples achieve pregnancy
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