89.9 FM & HD2 Oswego/Syracuse
90.3 FM & HD2 Syracuse
91.7 FM & 99.9 Watertown
90.1 FM & 92.3 FM Hamilton
91.9 FM Utica
90.5 FM Cortland
90.7 FM Geneva
Nurse Lorraine Langdon discusses high blood pressure and heart disease in women. Certified nurse midwife Heather Shannon explains polycystic ovarian syndrome. Registered dietitian nutritionist Roseanne Jones tells what to do about a picky eater.
Dr. Apurv Khanna gives an overview of high blood pressure. Dr. Robert Lenox talks about Legionnaire’s disease. Registered dietitian nutritionist Maureen Franklin explains the effect eating patterns have on weight loss.
Dr. Jana Shaw addresses the measles outbreak and importance of vaccination. Dr. Jennifer Villwock talks about her research into the treatment of nosebleeds. Stephen Glatt, PhD and Andy Beltran explain their efforts to help remove the stigma of mental illness. Registered dietitian nutritionist Maureen Franklin provides suggestions for healthy snacking.
Sunday’s program is about medical providers who volunteer their knowledge and skills to help others. Drs. Richard Kelley and Sam Woods tell of their medical mission trips to Ethiopia, offering ear, nose and throat surgeries. Nurse Laurie Rupracht and nurse practitioner Sue Converse share their plans to return to remote villages in Ghana to provide basic medical care. And Maxine Thompson and Linda Veit explain how “She Matters” is improving mammograpjy rates in underserved populations in Syracuse.
Drs. Larry Chin and Zulma Tovar-Spinoza tell about Upstate’s new neurosurgical capabilities. Syracuse University professor R. David Lankes shares the book he wrote about his experience with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and Shelly Straub shares the book she wrote about her experience with breast cancer. And, psychologist Rich O’Neill provides a “Check Up From the Neck Up.”
Exercise physiologist Carol Sames explains why running is more beneficial than walking. Dr. Thomas Schwartz discusses depression. Registered dietitian nutritionist Maureen Franklin talks about vegetables. And William Brunken talks about the scientific projects he will oversee as the new chair of research in ophthalmology.
Concussion expert Brian Rieger goes over winter head injuries. Teacher Mary Ellen Michalenko talks about the schoolroom inside the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. Pediatrician Alicia Pekarsky discusses positive parenting techniques.
Syracuse University neuroscientist Tumay Tunur tells about dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Rushikesh Shah explains the effects of weight loss surgery on the heart. Dr. Jayne Charlamb talks about Upstate’s Breast Cancer High Risk Program. And, registered dietitian nutritionist Maureen Franklin explains how to make dietary changes.
Scientist Stephen Faraone explains his research into Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Registered dietitian nutritionist Maria Erdman talks about the role of a dietitian during cancer treatment. Scientists Michael Zuber and Andrea Viczian discuss their research into retinal diseases and treatments.