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The Scope

Health Hack: How to Treat a Broken Toe at Home

Dec 13, 2018

Have you stubbed your toe bad enough you think you may have broken it? Save yourself an expensive trip to the ER—emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen explains how you can do the same procedure you'd receive at an urgent care.

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Top 5 Women's Health Topics (According to a Women's Health Expert)

Dec 11, 2018

The Seven Domains of Women's Health covers all parts of a woman's life: physical, emotional, social, intellectual, environmental, financial, and spiritual. As the show celebrates five years, Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones goes through her list of top five favorite women's health topics.

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Top 5 Pediatric Health Concerns (According to The Scope Radio's Listeners)

Dec 10, 2018

As parents, we want to make sure our children are safe and healthy. We worry when they cough too much or eat too little. As The Healthy Kids Zone celebrates five years, Dr. Cindy Gellner breaks down the top five health concerns for children—according to parents—and not so surprisingly, coughs and stomach aches made the list.

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Your Child's ADHD Could Be Misdiagnosed

Dec 3, 2018

A recent study suggests the overdiagnosing of ADHD in elementary-aged children could come down to something as simple as what month a child is born. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner talks about the new study and why the youngest kids in an elementary class have a 30% higher chance of being diagnosed with ADAH compared to the older students. Dr. Gellner also talks about the best treatment opinions for inattention and hyperactive in young children.

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