Treasure trove of medical interviews at revised HealthLink on Air website

The HealthLink on Air team of psychologist Rich O'Neill Phd, host Linda Cohen and producer Steve Marks.

The HealthLink on Air team of psychologist Rich O’Neill Phd, host Linda Cohen and producer Steve Marks. Photo by Rich Whelsky.

Photographer Rich Whelsky shoots the photo that appears on the main web page for HealthLink on Air.

Photographer Rich Whelsky shoots the photo that appears on the main web page for HealthLink on Air.

Click over to HealthLink on Air and explore the treasure trove of topical health-related interviews stored in our ever-growing collection. You’ll find our most recent interviews in the center of the page.

In the upper left corner, you can listen to complete shows as they aired on WSYR radio (AM 570/ FM 106.9) from 9 to 10 a.m. Sunday mornings.

In the upper right corner, you’ll find a search button above a list of health topics, to help you find the information you need. There is also a subscription offer, if you would like to receive an email when new interviews are added, which is typically every week.

Let’s say you or someone you love is considering weight loss (bariatric) surgery. We have a collection of interviews you might want to consult, including some from our chief bariatric surgeon and program director about how to determine if surgery is right for you, and what to expect from the surgery. A patient shares his experiences. And, bariatrics chef Dave Fouts explains how to eat well after the surgery. Click here for the interviews.

If you are interested in women’s health, consider the range of topics in our collection. You can learn about heart disease, fertility, domestic partner violence, pelvic reconstruction, thyroid disease, and others. Click here for the interviews.

We have interviews about stroke and the care available at Upstate, and we have a variety of interviews having to do with cancer.

You may find you have many health-related concerns, ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics. Click here for pediatric subject interviews. And, click here for interviews that relate to aging.

Please let us know any ideas you have for interview subjects, or for ways to make this resource more valuable. Email HLOA@Upstate.edu

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