Welcome to healthTALK, White Plains Hospital’s new podcast program.
In partnership with WestchesterTalkRadio, White Plains Hospital launched a new podcast programming series called healthTALK. Recorded in our satellite studio in the Hospital and at offsite events, the podcasts feature our healthcare experts discussing current trends and ‘news you can use.’
Have an idea or interested in hearing about a particular topic? E-mail us at WPHCMail@wphospital.org.
Should You See a Voice Specialist?
ENT Dr. Craig Berzofsky gives tips on how to keep your vocal chords healthy, and points out some common voice conditions that might require specialized treatment and therapy.
Urgent Health Facts on Teen Vaping
Pediatrician Dr. Mason Gomberg highlights the dangers of e-cigarette use by teens, and offers tips to parents for talking about substance abuse with their own children.
The Low Down on Low Back Pain Relief
Dr. Paval Dalal, Pain Management Specialist, runs down the latest treatments available that are helping many people find relief from orthopedic and joint pain.
Best Breast Cancer Detection Tips
Dr. Caren Greenstein, Director of Breast Imaging, shares the latest breast imaging advice and techniques, and the importance of early detection for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Advanced Treatment for Sinus Problems
Otolaryngologist Dr. Ameet Kamat explains the symptoms of recurrent sinus infections and when to seek the help of a specialist for medical therapy or surgery.
Tips for Sleeping Soundly
Dr. Fulvia Milite, Director of the Sleep Center, discusses the latest thinking on better sleep, from natural methods to advanced diagnostic services and treatments.
Caring for Dementia Caregivers
Laura Himmelstein, Clinical Social Worker, talks about the benefits of WPH's Caregiver Support Group, open to all people who care for loved ones or friends.
Coping with Holiday Depression
Dr. Steven Shainmark, Director of Psychiatry at White Plains Hospital, shares his advice for preventing and dealing with increased stress and anxiety over the holidays.
Stopping Pancreatic Cancer in Its Tracks
Dr. Joshua Raff, Director of the Digestive Cancer Program at WPH, invites the public to take part in a screening program to identify pancreatic cancer risk in families.