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Talking breast cancer with U of M

In recognition of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, U of M expert Stuart Bloom talks about the subtle signs, risk factors and stigmas of breast cancer.

In what is two distinct pictures side by side, U of M Medical School expert Colleen Rivard's headshot appears in the left half of the frame, while a young woman in her pajamas on a bed looks upset as she hugs a pillow on the right side of the frame
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Talking ovarian cancer with U of M

Approximately 10 percent of the women in Minnesota have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and U of M Medical School expert Colleen Rivard, MD, is answering questions about the subtle signs and risk factors.
 

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Talking flu vaccine and prevention with U of M

For National Immunization Awareness Month, Ann Philbrick with the College of Pharmacy talks about the flu vaccine, the health benefits of getting routine immunizations, and prevention measures people can take during this upcoming flu season.

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Talking Migraine with the U of M

Medical School Assistant Professor Abby Metzler explains migraine diagnosis, living with migraine and current treatment and prevention options. 

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Talking men’s health with U of M

Cuong Pham from the Community-University Health Care Center answers questions about why it is important for men to have annual appointments and how to navigate health questions with their primary care provider. 
 

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Talking PTSD Month with the U of M

Professor Sophia Albott discusses the origins of PTSD, common misconceptions of the disorder and today’s treatment options. 

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Talking pet anxiety with U of M

Anxiety at being left home alone can be real for many pets, particularly dogs. Kristi Flynn, DVM, an assistant professor at the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and Dana Emerson, VT, a certified training partner at the Veterinary Medical Center, offer advice on how owners can help decrease their pet’s anxiety during the transition back to the office.

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Talking cancer survivorship with U of M

Karim Thomas Sadak with the University of Minnesota answers questions about advances in cancer treatments, ways you can support a loved one who is a cancer survivor and more. 
 

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Talking tick season with U of M

Jon Oliver with the School of Public Health answers common questions about where ticks are most prevalent and more. 

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Talking limiting screen time with U of M

University of Minnesota Professor Jodi Dworkin speaks to how screen time usage has changed, provides advice for parents, and the importance of screen-free time for families.

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Talking aquatic invasive species with the U of M

Amy Kinsley, an assistant professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, answers questions on what the latest research on AIS shows, what boaters and anglers alike can do to stop the spread of AIS, as well as the new AIS Explorer dashboard.

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Talking soil health with U of M

Anne Sawyer, an Assistant Extension Professor at the University of Minnesota, answers questions about soil health and how it translates to healthy plants this growing season.