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TMC Medical Minutes: Osteoporisis

Posted: 04/02/2008 - What preventable disease is so common that it causes half of women over age 50 to break a bone? It’s osteoporosis. Physiatrist Dr. Deborah Fisher joined us with information on the disease and a new treatment option.

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Marriage 101: Blue Sky Therapy

Updated: 04/02/2008 - Click to watch this week's edition of Marriage 101 with Lisanne and licensed counselor Barbara Roland.

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TMC Medical Minutes: Warts

Posted: 03/28/2008 - If you’ve ever had a wart you know they can be embarrassing or even hurt when bumped. TexomaCare family medicine specialist Dr. Duke Carlson joined us to talk about what causes these annoyances to pop up and give us the treatment options to rid them.

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Safe Family: Preventing illness

Posted: 03/27/2008 - The transition from winter to spring is causing a lot of illness in Texoma. That's why health professionals say you can keep yourself safe by following some guidelines to stay in tip-top shape. Here's Ryan Loyd with this Safe Family report.

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Adult children going high tech to stay connected to aging parents

Updated: 03/26/2008 - Inexpensive high tech tools are allowing seniors to live more independently at the very moment they might otherwise need the care of a costly nursing home. Adult children are increasingly turning to web cams and other home gadgets to help their aging parents stay in familiar surroundings as long as possible.

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TMC Medical Minutes: Male Urological Development

Posted: 03/25/2008 - For most baby boys their development is pretty normal, but for some-30% of those that are born premature-their male reproductive organs are slow to develop and descend the way they should. Urologist Dr. Steve Johnson joined us to discuss this condition.

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Safe Family: Easter toy recall

Posted: 03/25/2008 - In yet another recall on Tuesday, thousands of toys have been pulled from the shelves of Hobby Lobby stores. They may have been in your child's Easter basket, and once again the culprit is lead paint. Here's Ryan Loyd with today's Safe Family report.

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Blood Warning - Give Blood and Save a Life in Texoma

Posted: 03/25/2008 - Researchers report, people who received old, stale blood during surgery were nearly a third more likely to die than people who got fresh blood. The findings have prompted calls for blood banks to re-evaluate how they stock and distribute their supply.

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Living with Diabetes Conference

Posted: 03/25/2008 - Ginny McCarthick at the Johnston County OSU Extension joined Lisanne to discuss the 2nd annual Healthy Living with Diabetes Conference in Tishomingo on April 5.

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TMC Medical Minutes: TV before bedtime

Posted: 03/25/2008 - Just about every parent has done it. It’s just about bedtime and you want your child to wind down, so you put on a video and stick them in front of the TV. A new study shows that you may actually be doing more harm than good. Pediatrician Dr. Ted Hayes joins us with some info.

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TMC Medical Minutes: Strep B

Posted: 03/25/2008 - One in four women carry a certain strain of bacterium that can be harmful to newborns during childbirth. Thankfully, there is a simple solution to protecting these little ones. TMC Labor and Delivery nurse, Carroll Morris joins us with more information.

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TMC Medical Minutes: Honey for a Child’s Cough?

Posted: 03/25/2008 - We’ve all heard that a teaspoon of honey can cure a cough. But isn’t that just an old wife’s tale? TMC Pharmacist, Kevin Doherty joined us today with the results of a recent study that just might surprise you.

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TMC Medical Minutes: Macular Degeneration

Posted: 03/25/2008 - As we age, so does our eyesight. Ophthalmologist, Dr. Larry Wood joins us today to discuss a condition called macular degeneration, the most common cause of blindness in senior adults.

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