Monthly Archives: March 2012
It’s difficult for premature babies to keep warm. They actually have a large surface area for their small size, so they lose heat—and they don’t have much insulating fat. “Warming” devices can keep infants comfortable during treatment. The neonatal intensive … Continue reading
Confusion and misinformation can increase the risks women face from breast cancer. Separating the facts of the disease from the fiction can save lives. Lurene Cachola has more.
There’s a short window of time for heart attack patients to receive effective treatment. A certain number of hospitals receive a special accreditation from the Society of Chest Pain Centers—including Baptist Hospital DeSoto. Joining us to explain why this is … Continue reading
When you’re thinking about getting into shape—don’t forget—you need to get your plate into shape too. Let’s turn to registered dietitian Kayla Irvin-Blackstock to find out what’s “On the Menu.”
We all know something about exercising, but that doesn’t mean we know how to do it right. Using a personal trainer can help us avoid injury and learn how to do exercises correctly. Lurene Cachola joins us now to show … Continue reading