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The Daily Diagnosis is a healthy lifestyle podcast provided by Ogden Clinic. We are your prescription for health-centered conversation, stories, and advice! Hosted by Ogden Clinic's Marketing team and featuring the talented providers of Ogden Clinic, you will reach a positive prognosis for your podcast addiction by listening to the Daily Diagnosis.
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When it comes to getting a vasectomy, many men have questions and fears about the procedure. We sat down with Ogden Clinic Urology specialist Dr. Bradford Stevenson to talk about vasectomy basics to bring peace of mind to men that are interested. 
According to the World Health Organization, frequent headache affects a large portion of the population: up to 1 adult in 20 has a headache every – or nearly every – day.  With that in mind, we sat down with Ogden Clinic neurology provider Jenna Bradfield, PA-C to discuss the most effective and common treatment of frequent headaches.
Should we use Q-tips to clean our ears? Why do we have tonsils? What causes bloody noses? We sat down with Ogden Clinic ENT Specialist Demetrios "Tykie" Skedros to answer all the questions you want to ask and ENT but haven't had the chance to do so yet. Dr. Skedros practices at our Layton and Bountiful Moutain West ENT locations. Find more information on ogdenclinic.com.  
Fatty liver disease can effect more than just those who consume a lot of alcohol. In fact, this dangerous disease is common, affecting 1 in 4 of people–some without even knowing. We sat down with Ogden Clinic Gastroenterologist, Dr. Chad Gonzales, to talk about fatty liver disease, how to prevent it, and how to help the condition.
Ogden Clinic Neurology specialist, Mindy Robert, FNP-C, WHNP-BC, turned injury into inspiration as she developed a yoga program that caters to patients dealing with Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease. We explore the details of her experience and how she has experienced personal healing on this week's episode of The Daily Diagnosis Podcast. Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and here: 
As Utah begins the first round of administering the COVID-19 vaccine, there are many with common questions or concerns. We sat down with Dr. David Cope to discuss some of these frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. For more information visit: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html
Every day, Laurel Brewer, AuD, is reminded of the gift of good health as she gets to help restore lost hearing for others through her Audiology specialty at Ogden Clinic. She shares how her specialty makes an impact on her life on this holiday episode of The Daily Diagnosis Podcast. 
One of the greatest gifts we enjoy that often goes unnoticed is that of good health. Throughout this month, we will examine how some of our different providers and specialists "give" that gift to others and experience it themselves. Starting off strong, Sheryl Bingham shares great insight on the life-changing effects that come from her specialty of medical weight loss. She also shares her own personal story of overcoming and dealing with bipolar disorder. Listen to her candid interview on The Daily Diagnosis.
Men's metabolic health can influence almost every facet of their health and wellbeing as it can be tied to the influence it has on insulin and body hormones. Whether it be problems such as decreased libido or increased weight gain, lifestyle changes associated with metabolic health can be the answer to many men's health problems. We sat down with Ogden Clinic medical weightloss specialist Dr. Rohn Rigby to talk about how men specifically can focus on metabolic health changes to see positive results for their health.  
As the battle with COVID-19 continues, many have questions about a potential solution in the form of a vaccine. Such questions include: how soon would it be available? How will it be administered? Will it be safe? We sat down with Ogden Clinic Medical Director, Dr. Kelly Amann, who answered some frequently asked questions about the state of a COVID-19 vaccine. 
In the most recent weeks, UTAH has experienced a significant COVID19 spike, and with the increased number of cases come more experiences with the virus. Even the most cautious can get infected which I myself experienced.   We sat down with Dr. Nadim Bikhazi for our most recent COVID-19 update about prevention, treatment, and action we can take as we progress into the next cold and festive months.
According to the American Cancer Society, when breast cancer is detected early, and is in the localized stage, the 5-year relative survival rate is 99%. Along with mammograms, advanced technology using DNA testing can help detect breast cancer. As we continue #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, we met with Ogden Clinic women's health specialist, Dr. Amber Whitear, to talk about methods of prevention by detection and genetic testing for breast cancer. 
About 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime.  However, If breast cancer is found early, there are more treatment options and a better chance for survival. Women whose breast cancer is detected at an early stage have a 93 percent or higher survival rate in the first five years. We met with one of Ogden Clinic's newest OBGYN providers, Dr. Carrie Gordon, to discuss one of the biggest methods of detection–mammograms.
According to the American Sleep Association, 50-70 million US adults have a sleep disorder such as sleep apneaThe thought of a single night of uninterrupted sleep is a dream for people with obstructive sleep apnea, many of which find relief from a CPAP. And while CPAP is the most common treatment on the market today, it requires patients to get comfortable with wearing a mask to bed and packing it with them for travel. Since 2014, Dr. Doug Anderson has been instrumental in using the revolutionary technology called INSPIRE a device that uses technology like a pacemaker, to treat sleep apnea. 
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that affects About 20% of students ages 12-18 nationwide. Bullying behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems.We sat down with Ogden Clinic Pediatrician Dr. Matthew Naegle to talk about how parents can best help their children overcome potential bullying problems as we enter the back to school season.stopbullying.gov
Did you know, about 70 to 80% of the North American population has headaches, with 50% experiencing at least one headache per month, and 15% experiencing at least one weekly and 5% daily?While the majority of headaches are not a sign of a serious or life-threatening illness, they often affect quality of life.  Many times, allergies or sinus problems can be the culprit in the cause of such headaches. We sat down with Ogden Clinic ENT specialist Dr. Joshua Bradshaw to discuss the treatment of sinus-related headaches.
Anyone can get an ear infection, but children get them more often than adults. Five out of six children will have at least one ear infection by their third birthday. In fact, ear infections are the most common reason parents bring their child to a doctor. We sat down with Ogden Clinic's newest ENT specialist, Dr. Josh Bradshaw, to get all the information on childhood ear infections. Dr. Bradshaw will begin seeing patients on 8/17. Schedule with him today at ogdenclinic.com
With the sun out and strong, here's a reminder on how you can enjoy the last weeks of summer while keeping your skin safe. Did you know that Utah ranks #2 in the country for skin cancer incidents, specifically melanoma? We visited Ogden Clinic Dermatologists, Drs. Jason and Michael Hadley, for a quick round of Melanoma: Myth or Fact to close out the last weeks of summer. Keep your skin safe as the sun is out and strong!
We’ve followed Ogden Clinic Orthopedic Specialist Dr. Michael Hall on his journey during 2020, from helping in “the eye of the storm” on the frontlines of COVID-19 in NYC, being released and in quarantined in Virginia, to his return to back Utah. We followed up with Dr. Hall to discuss his own experience contracting COVID-19 and his unique perspective on combating the virus in Utah after fighting it in New York.
It seems as if COVID-19 has affected every part of life, even the medical treatments and procedures that are common. This is true for expecting mothers, who, because of COVID-19, may have a slightly different experience during labor and delivery. Ogden Clinic OB/GYN, Dr. Daniel Ferguson, shares some brief points on the slights changes to labor and delivery to comply with safety standards during the pandemic. 
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