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Opioid Addiction: A Deadly Dosage Part II

Opioid Addiction: A Deadly Dosage Part II

By Bryan Wright 6 Comments September 19, 2019

(ANITA) 10 ON YOUR SIDE CONTINUES OUR IN DEPTH LOOK AT THE OPIOID CRISIS – WITH WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THE DEATH OF A LOCAL 21 YEAR OLD. EARLIER TONIGHT AT 6 – HER MOTHER HAD WARNINGS AND ADVICE FOR OTHER PARENTS WHO THINK THEIR CHILDREN CAN NEVER BECOME ADDICTED. (TOM) NOW WE LOOK […]

Discontinuation of state’s healthy food program could affect SNAP customers

Discontinuation of state’s healthy food program could affect SNAP customers

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 19, 2019

YOU’RE WATCHING 22 NEWS AT 5:30. BARRY: THE STATE’S HEALTHY INCENTIVE PROGRAM WILL COME TO AN END. HECTOR MOLINA JOINS US ON HOW THIS IS AFFECTING ONE ARM IN AMHERST. HECTOR: THE SIMPLE GIFT FARM TOLD 22 NEWS THE SUSPENSION OF THIS PROGRAM WILL AFFECT THEIR CUSTOMERS WHO USE SNAP BENEFITS TO BUY THEIR PRODUCTS. […]

How bad is mental health in our state? New report said Utah ranks last in U.S. (5 p.m.)

How bad is mental health in our state? New report said Utah ranks last in U.S. (5 p.m.)

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment September 19, 2019

THE NIGHT OFF. THANKS FOR JOINING US. GLEN CACHE COUNTY SCHOOLS WERE ON HIGH ALERT THIS WEEK … AFTER SOMEONE TOLD A THERAPIST THEY WANTED TO COMMIT AN ACT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST A SCHOOL. THIS LED US TO ASK HOW OUR STATE IS DOING IN TERMS OF MENTAL HEALTH. THE ANSWER…MIGHT SHOCK YOU. ABC 4’S […]

Group calls on Utah leaders to conduct Health Impact Assessment in regards to Inland Port

Group calls on Utah leaders to conduct Health Impact Assessment in regards to Inland Port

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 19, 2019

BEFORE THEY PLAN ON HAVING CHILDREN, SO THEY CAN HAVE AN ADVOCATE FOR THE CARE THEY NEED. Surae: A PROTEST TODAY AT THE STATE CAPITOL, CALLING ON LAWMAKERS TO RE-THINK THE INLAND PORT PROJECT. ABC 4’S JERAD GIOTTONINI HAS THE STORY. Jerad: PROTESTERS WITH THE STOP THE POLLUTING PORT, ARE MARCHING AROUND THE STATE HOUSE, […]

Sen. Kamala Harris on Hitchhiking to Graduation, Women’s Health, Climate Crisis

Sen. Kamala Harris on Hitchhiking to Graduation, Women’s Health, Climate Crisis

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments September 19, 2019

-Thank you so much for taking time out of your schedule to be with us tonight. I appreciate that. -Of course. -We have a whole room full of college students here. -I know. Our future — [ Cheers and applause ] Our future is bright. -What was Kamala Harris like in college? -Oh. -Like, if […]

Pediatric Trans-Nasal Endoscopy

Pediatric Trans-Nasal Endoscopy

By Bryan Wright 15 Comments September 17, 2019

Trans-Nasal Endoscopy in Kids by Christopher Chang. A production by Fauquier Ear Nose and Throat Consultants of Warrenton Virginia. Here we are getting ready to perform a trans-nasal endoscopy in a six-year-old child who presents with a chief complaint of hyper nasal speech. In these situations, it is important to involve the speech pathologist in […]

Tennessee Governor calls faith-based health care facilities “change maker”

Tennessee Governor calls faith-based health care facilities “change maker”

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 16, 2019

MORE THAN 675- THOUSAND TENNESSEANS HAD NO HEALTH INSURANCE IN 2018.. THAT’S AN INCREASE OF ABOUT 46-THOUSAND FROM THE YEAR BEFORE ACCORDING TO THE U-S CENSUS. AND THE THIRD HIGHEST INCREASE IN THE NATION. LOCAL 24 NEWS REPORTER CHRIS BUNDGAARD TALKED WITH GOVERNOR BILL LEE ABOUT HIS PLANS TO DEAL WITH THE ISSUE. CHRIS REPORTS […]

healthy food tips for the holidays

healthy food tips for the holidays

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 15, 2019

The state health department wants to remind you to stay HEALTHY this holiday season. Joining us this morning with some tips — Food Safety and Sanitation Branch Chief — Peter Oshiro. Food left out for long periods of time leaves the door open for uninvited guests – bacteria that cause foodborne illness. This makes foods […]

Upstate doctors see increase in health issues related to vaping2

Upstate doctors see increase in health issues related to vaping2

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 15, 2019

AT YOUR WE CAN FORECAST AND TELL YOU IN JUST A FEW MINUTES. THANK YOU AND GOOD EVENING,. LOCAL DOCTORS SAY THEY ARE SEEING MORE CASES OF LUNG ILLNESS THEY BELIEVE ARE TIED TO VAPING. THE CDC AND PREVENTION RELEASE UPDATED NUMBER OF THE CASES NATIONWIDE. 7 NEWS REPORTER SCOTTIE KAY JOINS US TO BREAK […]

Sources of Strength Program helps Col. Co. students deal with mental health

Sources of Strength Program helps Col. Co. students deal with mental health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 14, 2019

A SUPPORT PROGRAM IMPLENTED IN COLUMBIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS IS NOW BEING INTRODUCED TO MIDDLE SCHOOLS. “SOURCES OF STRENGTH” GIVES STUDENTS THE SKILLS TO HELP THEIR PEERS GOING THROUGH TOUGH TIMES. NEWSCHANNEL SIX ‘S JENNA KELLEY GOT A LOOK INSIDE. JENNA KELLEY/REPORTER: “THE STUDENTS BEHIND ME RIGHT NOW ARE LEARNING THEIR STRENGTHS TO HELP THEMSELVES […]