podcasts


Keith Hansen, M.D., who talks about oncofertility

Understanding Oncofertility: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ January 24th
Oncofertility is a branch of medicine for those about to receive a treatment that may be destructive to ovaries or testicles, affecting fertility. “Oncofertility helps in preparing for those that are to undergo therapy treatment, by addressing fertility for the future so they can have a baby once they conclude the treatment that they are […]

Midlife sessions offer care and education: Podcast

38:00 min  ⋅ December 6th
Sanford offers women's wellness education about peri-menopause and menopause

Breast cancer awareness: Podcast

3 min  ⋅ November 8th
One in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her lifetime. Donna Dwire received her diagnoses about eight years ago. The registered nurse had a family history of the disease. Her experience led her to change careers as she is now a certified breast cancer navigator at Sanford Health. “One […]

Ovarian cancer awareness: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ September 27th
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Ovarian cancer happens when normal cells in the ovary change and grow out of control. One in 72 women will experience this cancer in her lifetime. Abrea Roark, M.D., an OB-GYN for Sanford Women’s, is one of the guests on this edition of “A Better You.” The Parkston, South […]
Laurie Hogden, M.D. smiling

The Neonatal Research Network: Podcast

2 min  ⋅ September 6th
The Neonatal Research Network is the nation’s largest team of doctors, nurses and researchers performing clinical research for critically ill newborns admitted to neonatal intensive care units. There are only 15 sites selected to participate in the Neonatal Research Network. Sanford Health participates with the University of Iowa as the network’s Upper Midwest regional center. […]
woman holding baby close and smiling

The benefits of breastfeeding: Podcast

39 min  ⋅ August 30th
The benefits of breastfeeding are numerous and indisputable. Breast milk is proven to provide the right balance of nutrition for babies, is easier to digest than formula, boosts immune systems and can even help mothers lose weight after pregnancy. Therese Marlette, a registered nurse and pregnancy coach at Sanford Health, is the guest on this […]
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