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Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 18-17

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Medicare Tackles the Opioid Epidemic

New limits on Medicare prescriptions of opioids are controversial, as some doctors believe patients could suffer more pain. Others believe the limits will achieve a much needed brake on the temptation to overprescribe while allowing legitimate treatment. 31 more words

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18-16 Segment 1: Diagnosing Perinatal Depression

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Imagine going to the doctor with your newborn baby because you are interested in receiving help for symptoms of depression only to be taken to the emergency room by the police. 498 more words

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18-16 Segment 2: Foreign Accent Syndrome

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In a medical emergency that results in a brain injury, such as a stroke, there are a number of health complications that can affect the patient afterward. 394 more words

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Medical Notes 18-16

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Medical Notes this week…

Opioid drugs are a major public health threat but two new studies in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggest that legalizing pot may be a way to reduce their impact. 230 more words

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Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 18-16

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Diagnosing Perinatal Depression

Perinatal depression (previously known as postpartum depression) is seldom brought up by a new mother, so healthcare providers must screen for it carefully. 61 more words

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18-15 Segment 1: Adventures of a Paramedic

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Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a first responder? We talk with Kevin Hazzard, former paramedic and author of A Thousand Naked Strangers: A Paramedic’s Wild Ride to the Edge and Back, who tells us about his experiences as a paramedic and what it takes to be able to deal with emergency situations. 469 more words

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18-15 Segment 2: The Mystery of Meniere's Disease

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Imagine waking up and no longer being able to hear in one of your ears. And, after losing the ability to hear, you are suddenly affected by bouts of vertigo attacks that can last anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. 465 more words

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