Red River Radio - Dr. Michelle Yetman, Clinical Psychologist at LSUHS Children’s Center, joins the discussion to talk about the reading disorder dyslexia, how it is diagnosed and the resources available to help.
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KSLA 12 - LSUHS Dr. Dani Zoorob addresses what conditions are seen more often in women than men, what the most common gynecological problem aging women see is, what signs women should be looking out for as they age, and why reproductive health is important even after women are done having children.
KSLA 12 - According to the CDC, childhood obesity is a serious health problem in the U.S., with one in five children and adolescents impacted.
KTBS 3 - Dr. John Vanchiere, LSUHS Associate Professor, shares, "A couple of weeks between vaccines is plenty enough time, but it's okay to go ahead and get all three at once. Your immune system can definitely handle it."
KSLA 12 - September is Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. Suicide effects people of all ages and is a leading cause of death in the United States. Many of the warning signs of possible suicidal feelings are also signs of depression.
KTBS 3 - In a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers have uncovered a concerning link between the consumption of artificial sweeteners and an increased risk of depression.
KTBS3 - Clays for Camp Tiger is a sporting clay tournament fundraiser for Camp Tiger. Last year the students raised over $45,000 to support the free, five-day camp for children with physical and cognitive challenges. Register Here
Children ages birth to three years old can learn many things from being exposed to books. Elizabeth Wooden, MA, CCC-SLP shares 3 of the top benefits of developing a reading routine with your child at an early age.
KTBS 3 - In a bid to combat prostate cancer, which continues to loom as the most prevalent cancer among men in the U.S., LSU Health Shreveport has rallied behind Prostate Health Awareness Month to encourage men in the community to undergo vital screenings.
318 Forum - LSUHS Physical Therapists, Dr. Megan Flavin and Dr. Matthew Martin, share the importance of rehabilitation in the promotion of healing and recovery to achieving a meaningful quality of life.
Red River Radio - Health Matters, LSUHS Orthopaedic Surgeons join a discussion on recognizing the signs of heat exhaustion caused by extreme temps or overexertion along with the prevention and treatment of some other common sports injuries.
KTBS 3 - In a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers have shed light on a remarkable discovery - a single dose of psilocybin may offer newfound hope to those battling major depressive disorder.
KSLA 12 - Dr. Pamela McPherson, LSUHS Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, talks about suicide prevention for children and teens. She shares information for parents with tips on what to watch for and how to talk to their children.
KTBS 3 - "Louisiana is still a very pro-vaccine state, but we know from our survey of the population that confidence and trust in vaccines has waned with the pandemic," shares Dr. John Vanchiere, LSUHS Professor of Pediatrics.
Lola Magazine - Dr. Michelle Yetman, LSUHS Associate Professor and Clinical Psychologist, shares pros and cons of homework and strategies for finding a balance between the benefits and drawbacks.