Flourish- A Prisma Health Podcast

Flourish- A Prisma Health Podcast

From everyday tips to the latest medical breakthroughs – stay up to date with health and healing advice from trusted experts at Prisma Health.

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January 20, 2022
There are lots of reasons why a patient might consider fertility preservation. It could be related to a cancer diagnosis, having a genetic condition that decreases fertility or age. Either way, if you plan to have children in the future, what are your options for preserving fertility?
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A woman's body is very different and more developed than the body of a young or adolescent girl. The gynecologic problems of younger females need special expertise. Having doctors and nurses who understand the needs of younger patients can make a difference. It can also go a long way toward helping girls establish a healthy lifestyle at a young age.
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Dr. Greg Faucher discusses carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Dr. Andrew Schneider leads a discussion on hernias.
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Dr. Casey Berson and Dr. Frank Clark lead a discussion on how to cope with depression and the seasonal blues that many can struggle with over the holidays.
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Dr. Brian Burnikel discusses reasons why you should seek a hip or knee replacement.
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Dr. Lee Day leads a discussion on the importance on bone health.
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Pancreatic Cancer-risk factors, symptoms and why early diagnosis is important.
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Dr. Albert Odom leads an informative discussion on fibroids and how it affects African American women on a larger scale.
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Dr. Yuliya Rekhtman discusses NAFLD.
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Dr. Emily Lowell discusses how to identify the early signs of autism.
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Dr. Timothy Averch and Dr. Patrick Kuhlman lead a discussion providing important information about prostate cancer.
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Dr. Nathaniel Mann discusses safety precautions and tips for how to stay safe when traveling and exploring the outdoors.
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Dr. Nathan Moroski discusses how you can reduce pain in the knees and hips, particularly while walking, as well as some surgical and non surgical pain management options.
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Dr. Samantha R. Cox  discusses the symptoms, risk factors, and treatment for PAD.
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Dr. Todd Merchen leads a discussion on the key factors and processes that go into organ transplants.
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August 23, 2021
Dr. Sara Nelson-Owens discusses prediabetes, and ways you can avoid developing this progression.
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Dr. Benjamin Jackson leads a discussion on foot problems in women, and how the shoes we wear can contribute to these problems.
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Gail Stapleton MS, CGC, and Julia Yates MSN,  lead a discussion on hereditary cancers.
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Dr. Kevin Johnson gives advice on how to get the most out of your annual medical visit, and what questions you should be asking your doctor.
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