Medical Minute - Video Category
Medical Minute - New Way To Treat Lymphedema
Lymphedema is painful swelling that can happen after someone has lymph nodes removed, as often happens during breast cancer treatment. The good news is, there's a new way to treat this painful condition. 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor has the details in this Medical Minute.
Medical Minute: Speech & Hearing Therapy Via The Internet
Oklahoma children in rural counties often don't have access to the specialized help you can find in the city. But for speech and hearing therapy, there's a solution through the Internet as 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor explains in this Medical Minute.
Medical Minute: Alternatives Allow Patients To Skip Cosmetic Surgery
Surgery isn't fun for anyone, even if the reason for doing it is cosmetic. Luckily, for lots of "lifting" procedures, there are alternatives that skip the surgery. 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor explains in this Medical Minute.
Medical Minute: Treating Seasonal Affective Disorder
With the end of Daylight Savings Time and winter on the horizon, we get less and less sunlight, which can lead to seasonal depression. 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor tells us what we can do to remedy Seasonal Affective Disorder in this Medical Minute.
Medical Minute: Don't Take Your Cell Phone Into The Bathroom
Our cell phones are never far from our reach these days, but did you ever stop to think about just what's in your hand? In this Medical Minute, News On 6 anchor LeAnne Taylor explains what today's 'culture of constant contact' could be breeding
Medical Minute: Tulsa Fleming Scholar Spends Summer Doing Research
Most college kids get a summer job to pass the time and earn some cash before heading back to the school in August. But a Tulsa teen is using her time off to pursue their passion in the sciences. News On 6's Meagan Farley introduces us to a Fleming Scholar in today's Medical Minute.
Medical Minute: Oklahoma Doctor Fixing Urethral Stricture Issues
You know the saying, when you gotta go, you gotta go. But what if you can't! It turns out, it is an an issue that is almost exclusively a men's health issue. 6 In The Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor reports on an Oklahoma doctor who is fixing that problem.