December 6, 2013 at 9:15 a.m. CST Guest: Alexander Quaas, OU Physicians Reproductive Endocrinologist
You have been looking forward to creating that beautiful family that you have always dreamed of and now is the time— but nothing is happening. Your experience is not unique. Many people have a hard time making babies. So many things have to be “just right” for the creative process to begin.
December 2, 2013 OU Medicine Offers New Hearing System for Patients with Single-Sided Deafness.
Non-invasive device enables hearing through novel bone conduction technology. Using your teeth to hear? It sounds a little crazy, but new technology now available at OU Medicine is helping patients with single-sided deafness hear again. It’s called the SoundBite™ Hearing System. It is the world’s first removable, non-surgical hearing solution that uses the well-established principle of bone conduction along with advanced wireless and sound-processing technology to transmit sound via the teeth to the inner ear.
Friday, November 22nd at 10AM Our Guest: Joni Beck, PharmD, CDE, BC-ADM
The average annual medical costs of children and teens with diabetes in the US is $9,000, compared to about $1,500 for those who don’t have diabetes, according to the JDRF. For adolescents graduating from pediatric care and transitioning to adult care, this burden can be overwhelming. Joni Beck, PharmD, CDE, and BC-ADM, is working to help relieve this stress and educate all young adults about diabetes through Wavelengths, a Harold Hamm Diabetes Center Young Adult Transition Program.
It's Never Too Late to Quit Smoking Friday, November 15th at 10AM
When you've been diagnosed with cancer--particularly lung cancer--it may be hard to think or talk about quitting smoking. Why? Because you smoke even though everybody knows that smoking is bad for your health. And everyone knows that it can cause cancer. Plus, we also know that quitting is hard.
EMBARGOED UNTIL 7:30 P.M., October 28, 2013 Contact: OU Public Affairs, (405) 325-1701, or Theresa Green, (405) 833-9824,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. – October 28, 2012 – Imagine how different the lives of so many would be if diabetes were cured and the billions of dollars in annual health care costs that could be saved.
Finding that cure was the impetus for establishing the $250,000 Harold Hamm International Prize for Biomedical Research in Diabetes, awarded for the first time today by the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center at the University of Oklahoma. The inaugural recipient, Dr. Peter H. Bennett, is an internationally renowned scientist whose unparalleled achievements in the field of diabetes research continue to be the foundation for much of what is known today about the disease. His work continues to inspire still more groundbreaking research across the globe that moves the world of medicine ever closer to a cure.
When we think of Halloween, we picture children laughing in colorful costumes, jack-o'-lanterns glowing in house windows, and buckets brimming with candy and treats. Experts warn, however, that this fun-filled night can pose safety hazards.