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Kids and Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying can negatively impact the mental health and well-being of our children. With technology everywhere, how do we keep our kids safe? On today's Health Minute, pediatrician Dr. Cindy…

From  Nathan Tanner on July 7th, 2017 3 plays 0  

Help Your Child Navigate the Playground

Playgrounds are great for kids and parents. They let your children get rid of some of their seemingly endless energy and give them a chance to socialize with others. But sometimes kids don’t…

From  Nathan Tanner on May 11th, 2017 15 plays 0  

3 Things Parents Should Know About Concussions

Concussions are dangerous and something parents and coaches should be concerned about. On this Health Minute, neurosurgeon Dr. Greg Hawryluk offers three things parents and coaches should keep in…

From  Nathan Tanner on April 28th, 2017 32 plays 0  

My Kid Got a Raisin Up His Nose

You don’t know how. You don’t know why. But it’s up there—your kid got lodged something deep into his nose. Should you be taking him to an emergency room? On this Health…

From  Nathan Tanner on April 14th, 2017 8 plays 0  

I’m a Mosquito Magnet – Am I Normal?

Every time you spend some time outside you end up covered in mosquito bites. Why do they bite you more than anyone else? It turns out about one in five people seem to have this problem. In this…

From  Nathan Tanner on October 8th, 2015 222 plays 0  

Dehydration: When Should I Really Worry?

You’ve probably heard that once you feel thirsty, you’re already dehydrated. Dr. Scott Youngquist spills on daily water intake and dehydration: who’s most likely to need more water,…

From  Nathan Tanner on August 11th, 2015 315 plays 0  

Can I Build Tolerance to Heat?

Whether you're moving to a warmer place, trying to spend more time outdoors, or training for an athletic event, you might wonder if it will ever get easier being in the blistering heat. Dr.…

From  Nathan Tanner on August 6th, 2015 1,814 plays 0  

Firework Injuries Do Happen and Can Change Your Life

Would you let your three-year-old run around the yard waving a 2000-degree blowtorch? That’s how hot sparklers burn. Brad Wiggins from the University of Utah Burn Center says the injuries…

From  Nathan Tanner on July 17th, 2015 136 plays 0  

Should You Wear Safety Goggles to Clean Your Bathroom Mirror?

Many eye injuries occur in the home. From chemicals to weed trimmers, eye protection is an important consideration. Dr. Bill Barlow from Moran Eye Center discusses home eye safety and what to do if…

From  Nathan Tanner on October 28th, 2014 62 plays 0  

Protect Your Children and Home From Fire

There’s no doubt that fire has a certain allure, but children’s fascination with fire often ends in disaster. Annette Matherly, outreach coordinator at the Utah Burn Center shares some…

From  Nathan Tanner on August 13th, 2014 18 plays 0  

Holiday Poisoning

Holly, poinsettias, and mistletoes are some of the more common plants around the holidays, but did you know which one is actually poisonous (it might not be the one you think.) Some of the things in…

From  Nathan Tanner on December 24th, 2013 11 plays 0  

ER or Not: I Slipped and Fell on the Ice

It's not uncommon this time of year to slip and fall on the ice. If you do, should you go to the ER? Emergency medicine physician Dr. Troy Madsen answers that question and also tells you how he…

From  Nathan Tanner on December 19th, 2013 3,031 plays 0  

What can health care providers learn from car manufacturers about providing greater value?

Michael Glenn, M.D., chief medical officer, and Lucy Glenn, M.D., chief of radiology, from Virginia Mason share what's working for them.

From  Nathan Tanner on August 6th, 2013 30 plays 0  

Applying Lean to Healthcare and Radiology | Lucy Glenn, M.D. | 3/1/2013

Radiology Grand Rounds Presentation - Applying Lean to Healthcare and Radiology - The Virginia Mason Experience

From  Nathan Tanner on March 18th, 2013 17 plays 0