Carrie Milligan, M.D., answers questions about how to detect the symptoms of depression and anxiety, how both are treated and why they are more prevalent in women in this segment on KPTV.
Orthopedic surgeons explain why women are more susceptible to joint problems, what women can do to keep their joints healthy as they age and treatment options for those experiencing joint pain.
The American Academy of Pediatrics suggest not starting babies on solid food before six months, but a newly-released CDC study found that about 40 percent of new parents begin giving solids to their babies at four months.
Tara Arnold, RN, BSN, CPN, an in-patient pediatric nurse at Providence Portland Medical Center, in Portland, Ore., is fighting childhood obesity on many levels. Within the hospital she has done presentations to help nurses assess pediatric patients and has trained staff on scripting for discussing weight-related matters with patients.
Kids are 40 percent less active than they were 30 years ago. Get tips on how to motivate kids to be more active.
For more than two years, Shandy Welch, manager of our orthopedics program, worked tirelessly to bring a young Ethiopian woman to Portland for a surgery that will give her the opportunity for a much better future.
Patti Pieper, D. Au., of Providence Children's Development Institute, discusses some of the things that can cause hearing loss over time and what to do to prevent hearing loss.
Patti Pieper, D. Au., of Providence Children's Development Institute, was a featured guest on KPTV’s Good Day Oregon to talk about National Protect Your Hearing Month.
When pregnant 35-year-old Ivonne of Sherwood collapsed Sunday, Aug. 22, shortly after arriving to the emergency department at Providence Newberg Medical Center, the last thing on her mind was that she’d be separated from her baby.
Dr. James Beckerman was interviewed by KXL.