The FDA is changing the nutrition label we all know–but why? Thao explains the changes in this edition of #NutritionNotes <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/IZC8zMtghxc” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture” allowfullscreen></iframe>
What’s the weirdest thing ever seen on an X-Ray? How do you know what scan you need for what body part? Clint Hudgeons lets us know, and gives a little insight in to his 14 years as radiology tech on this edition of #AskOakBend. #RadTechWeek
What’s the difference between regular heartburn and GERD? OakBend Medical Center gastroenterologist Dr. Nitesh Vachhani gives us a little insight–and clues on what foods to avoid– in this edition of #AskOakBend.
Are there really foods that can prevent cancer? How many vegetables do you actually have to eat to protect against breast cancer? Find out on this month’s edition of Nutrition Notes with Thao, one of our Registered Dietitians!
The last thing new parents want to think about is their newborn ending up in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit–but it happens more often than you think. Two of our NICU nurses, Lorena and Payal, explain what babies need care in the NICU and what makes their work so fulfilling in this edition of Ask…
Sepsis kills one person in the United States every two seconds–so why don’t more people know what it is? Dr. Sarfraz Aly walks us through the ins and outs of sepsis in the latest edition of Ask OakBend.