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September 23, 2020 11 min

Dr. Luke Spellman, pediatrician at UnityPoint Clinic Pediatrics, returns to the podcast to discuss teething, as well first foods and introducing your baby to solid foods.

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Dr. Thomas Richardson, urologist at Physicians' Clinic of Iowa Urology, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss brachytherapy treatment for men with early stage prostate cancer.

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Dr. Stephen Pedron, physician at UnityPoint Clinic Maternal Fetal Medicine, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss high-risk pregnancies.

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Dr. Nancy Lorenzini, medical acupuncturist at the Nassif Community Cancer Center, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss acupuncture and how it can benefit cancer patients.

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With COVID-19 still affecting our daily lives and influenza season approaching quickly, Dr. Clete Younger, physician at UnityPoint Clinic Family Medicine - Medical District, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss the latest information.

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Mary Beth Peiffer, oncology dietitian at the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss diet and how it can directly relate to our colon health and colon cancer risk.

This podcast is part of the 2,500 Miles for Colon Cancer Awareness Campaign. To learn more about the campaign or to contribute, visit communitycancercenter.org/2500miles.

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Dr. Alicia Allen, physician at Family Medicine - Northridge, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss Hormone Replacement Therapy.

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Leeann Moses, RN, lactation specialist, joins Dr. Arnold during World Breastfeeding Week to discuss frequently asked questions about breastfeeding.

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Dr. Niyati Sharma, medical director at St. Luke’s Wound and Hyberbaric Center, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss various aspects of specialized wound care. 

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In this episode, Dr. Arnold is joined by Susie Douglas. Last year, Susie's brother, Zach was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer at just 38 years old. Motivated by her brother's diagnosis, Susie is biking the Great Divide trail from Montana to New Mexico with the goal of raising awareness about colon cancer in young adults. 100 percent of donations to her campaign will go to the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center to su...

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St. Luke's recently installed CASPR, a no-touch disinfection system that provides around-the-clock cleaning. In this episode, Christophe Suchy, co-founder and president of CASPR Group, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss the science behind the product.

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Christy Aquino, LISW, social worker and therapist, returns to the podcast to discuss Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD.

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Drs. Nate Brady and Cindy Hanawalt guest host this episode to discuss ways employers can keep their employees safe, healthy and productive while on the job.

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Susan Woods, Environmental Services supervisor at St. Luke's, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss cleaning precautions and procedures that have been put in place to keep patients, visitors and team members safe while in the hospital.

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Heather Dommer, suvivorship nurse practitioner at the Helen G. Nassif Community Cancer Center, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss cancer survivorship and the wide range of services available to survivors at the Community Cancer Center.

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Theresa Graham-Mineart, LMHC, associate executive director at AbbeHealth, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). How the pandemic may cause it, what resources are available and more.

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Dr. Arnold gives his weekly COVID-19 update.

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Dr. Dilli Bhurtel returns to the podcast to follow up on Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C), and discuss what we've learned about it in the past few weeks.

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Dr. Arnold goes over the latest numbers in this week's COVID-19 update.

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Dr. Arnold gives his weekly COVID-19 update as of Friday, May 29, 2020.

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