See below for the current lineup of presentations available, and let us know if you have specific requests for additional health care topics.
- Robotic Surgery – What is robotic surgery and how is it improving cancer treatment options?
- Mammography and Dense Breast Tissue – How many women does it affect and what are the new laws?
- Top Screenings for Cancer – Which should women have and at what age?
- Top Screenings for Cancer – Which should men have and at what age?
- The Next Stage – Living long after a cancer diagnosis and treatment: survivorship/cancer as a chronic condition.
- Energy Balance – How food intake and exercise affect cancer risk and treatment.
- HPV Vaccines – Important for girls and now boys.
- New Services Available – Advancements in the care and treatment of cancer.
- Cancer Research – How it is affecting the way people are diagnosed and treated, and what’s the outlook?
- Genetics and Cancer – How to know if someone is really at risk.
- Cervical Cancer – Warning signs and who is at risk.
- Minimizing Your Cancer Risks – Steps to take for prevention’s sake.
- Mythbusting – Facts and fiction about plastic surgery.
- Transplant Altruism – The benefits of living donation.
- Heart Attack Facts – CPR or AED? What you need to know if (or when) a heart attack strikes.
- Fresh beat – Minimizing your risk for heart disease.
- A Woman’s Heart – Women and heart disease.
- Every Heart – Heart health by audience segment.
- Your Shoes and You – Minimizing and managing injuries from fashion-forward, high-heeled shoes
- ACL Injuries – Why women are five times more likely to have them, how to prevent them, and when to see a doctor.
- Osteoporosis – How to prevent one of the most common conditions among women (and men).
- Overdone – When is exercise too much?
- Text Alert – How to avoid and recognize injuries to your hands (like carpal tunnel syndrome) from texting and other technologies.
- Diet for Exercise – Nutrition and performance enhancements.
- Performance Limits – Injury prevention, performance management, and recognizing when too much is too much—for any sport.
- Kids and Sports – The right age for participating in various types and levels of sports.
- Kids and Sports – The concussion question.
- Back and Neck Pain – The newest options to treat it.
- Living Longer and Better – When are simple fractures a warning sign for you, your parents, or your grandparents.
- Living Longer and Better – Healthy on the outside doesn’t always mean healthy on the inside: the top 10 questions to ask your doctor for great bones, muscles, and joints.