Health in Oklahoma City, OK

The body's immune system is designed to fight off threats, like infection-causing germs, through a process called inflammation. But a steady state of inflammation can lead to everything from diabetes to autoimmune diseases to heart disease to cancer.

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The Recovery Research Institute sat down with Dr. Lori J. Ducharme to get an inside look at the development and resources offered by the newly launched NIAAA Alcohol Treatment Navigator

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - As baby boomer nurses retire from their careers, they may not have the same kind of care when they need it, as there is currently a nursing shortage.
Tiana Gasior, Nurse and Mercy Float Pool Manager is here to discuss this problem and a possible solution that Mercy Hospital has introduced.

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Dale Rogers Training Center provides multiple programs for persons with disabilities. From the summer camp program for teenagers and young adults, to high school transitional programs, to paid training opportunities and community employment, these nationally-accredited services are provided by highly-trained staff
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Doctors say his knee troubles were likely linked to his back problems and cite the golfer’s resolve for his remarkable recovery from spinal fusion surgery.

Pistol Pete helped a little boy celebrate his birthday and major milestone at the Stephenson Cancer Center.

No matter your fitness level, adding just a little more exercise may prolong your life, new research suggests.

Even when you are confident in your decision not to use drugs or alcohol, it can be hard when it’s your friend who is offering. Here are a few tips that may come in handy.

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University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 21st Annual Primary Care Update Conference, 4/29/2019 7:00:00 AM - 5/1/2019 5:00:00 PM, The
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine faculty is nationally recognized for
their expertise in the management of complex conditions that is unavailable
elsewhere in the state, region or sometimes even the nation. This is a very
fast-paced course with most speakers utilizing an audience response system…

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Cowboys Who Care is a non-profit that gives cowboy hats to kids who are terminally ill, or have cancer. That organization, founded by a comedian, William Lee Martin, also known as “Cowboy Bill”. He stopped in Oklahoma City to bring some smiles to some brave kids. "These kids need cowboy hats," Martin said. He travels all over the nation bringing laughter at night and smiles during the day. "I feel like a country star," Seven-year-old Jackson said.

Heavy drinking during the cusp of adulthood reduces the rate of brain growth in male and female rhesus monkeys, according to new research published in eNeuro. The longitudinal study, supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, could inform future investigations into how these changes may influence problematic drinking in humans later in life.

ST. LOUIS - The latest diet phase on the circuit involves the cheese dip Cheez Wiz. A small community of influencers says Cheez Whiz contains a certain fatty acid that can potentially aid in weight loss and fitness.
Brianna Rigg a Clinical Dietitian at SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital in Lake St. Loius joined FOX 2 to discuss how this new fad is not a healthy helper.

The newsroom is your comprehensive source for what is happening at OU Medicine, Inc, including upcoming events, as well as, the latest health, science, medical, and research topics, news, and stories.

The newsroom is your comprehensive source for what is happening at OU Medicine, Inc, including upcoming events, as well as, the latest health, science, medical, and research topics, news, and stories.

"It could happen to anyone."
Once a contributing member of society with a full time career, a home and 2 cars, Ceon was bouncing between homeless shelters in OKC, struggling with alcohol and drug addiction and battling prostate cancer. His situation all began with an on the job injury, resulting in loss of his ability to provide for himself
"It only takes one difficult life event to start the domino effect and then you find yourself in a tough situation. It could happen…

Is it allergies, or is it something worse like a cold or the flu? As the days get warmer and longer, Oklahomans are heading outside meaning there is less close contact with cold and flu viruses indoors, but we may not be out of the woods, yet. Allergy season is coming up quick, and doctors said there are some questions to ask yourself before you call to make an appointment. According to Dr.

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Friday, March 8th 2019, 9:24 PM CST
By Steve Shaw
OKLAHOMA CITY - A 6-year-old Nigerian girl with brain cancer is about to make history at OU’s Stephenson Cancer Center
Next week, Nifeah Aruna will become the first pediatric patient to finish proton therapy.
Proton treatment has the ability to send high-doses of radiation to very specific areas, thus preserving the surrounding tissue.
Nifeah, who wants to be a doctor someday, completed her 25th proton therapy session in the past 25 days. She…

University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, The Irwin H. Brown Office of Continuing Medical Education is a division of the Executive Dean's Office in the College of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma. The College of Medicine is one of seven constituent colleges at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The office began informally in 1949 with the generation of…

Longtime Jeopardy! Host Alex Trebek is fighting for his life. He announced on Wednesday he’s been diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. It’s one of the deadliest forms of cancer. “With the love and support of my family and friends and with the help of your prayers also, I plan to beat the low survival rate statistics for this disease,” Trebek said in a YouTube video about his diagnosis. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 57,000 people in the U. S.

Walking the golf course instead of riding in a cart offers heart health benefits that may outweigh potential joint harm for golfers with knee osteoarthritis, a new small study reports.

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ST. LOUIS - Are you doing enough to ensure good heart health?
When we hear of calcium or plaque in the body, we think of it in our bones. However, calcium can get into our heart. Dr. Tim Dunn with Mercy Clinic joined FOX 2 to discuss how a calcium score screening can determine your chances for suffering a heart attack.