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Zombie Brain-Eating Amoeba
We discuss the brain-eating amoeba (Naeglaria fowleri) which killed two people in Louisiana this month. The amoeba is almost uniformly fatal and infects victims when contaminated fresh water enters their nose.
Listen to our First Show
We will be having Kevin Hill, D.O., of Sierra Endoscopy Center speak on Hepatitis C on this week’s show. Listen to find out why you should know about Hep. C if you were born between 1945 and 1965. Dr. Hill practiced in Auburn as a member of the Sutter Medical Group from 2003 to 2008, before […]
Medically Speaking Radio Returns!
We are back! Tell your cousin, Zola, in Nevada City. Tell your old principal, Mr. Covich. Medically Speaking Radio will be webcast at medicallyspeakingradio.com on Saturday mornings at 10 AM (Pacific), beginning in February. We will keep the show familiar to our local audience and still be entertaining to world wide English-speaking listeners. You can […]
I looked through my brother’s old Placer High School yearbook (known to alumni as the Potpourri). I found this picture. I believe it to be image of a future medical talk show radio co-host. Medically Speaking Radio could come back. It is up to you. Comment, Share, and Like to help bring the show back. […]
Medically Speaking Radio Returns?
It has been four years since we signed-off from KAHI at the end of our last Medically Speaking Radio show. I have been asked regularly about the show ever since then by patients and people I meet in Auburn. The archived shows continue to be downloaded from iTunes and the podcast feed at an […]
Entertaining Medical Information from a Real Doctor… and Larry
Auburn’s very own medical radio show is truly a product of this great community with two native sons discussing the latest in medicine and how it affects the residents of Placer County. Each show reviews the latest news in medicine before moving on to the week’s topics of discussion. We use interviews with medical doctors […]