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  • Allergies and sinus infections
    Devin Minior, MD, chief medical officer of Banner Urgent Care, discusses prevalence of pollen-based allergies, their treatment and how to deal with sinus infections.
  • Atrial fibrillation
    Michael Kim, MD, interventional cardiologist at North Colorado Medical Center, talks about this common and growing heart problem that can lead to deadly strokes
  • Higher elevations and your heart
    Michael Kim, MD, interventional cardiologist at North Colorado Medical Center, talks about the effects of high altitudes on heart patients and gives some tips on prevention
  • 2018-19 flu season
    Joan Ivaska, senior director for Infection Prevention, talks about what to expect from the 2018-19 flu season and the importance of flu shots.
  • FluMist
    Joan Ivaska, senior director for Infection Prevention at Banner Health, talks about the use of FluMist, which is a nasal vaccine that can be used as an alternative to a shot for some people.
  • Hand sanitizer
    Joan Ivaska, senior directior of Infection Prevention, discusses how to use hand sanitizers correctly to prevent getting colds or flu.
  • Flu season info for kids
    Marti Reich, infection prevention director/Cardon Children's Medical Center, discusses flu care and risks for children. Learn how to protect them!
  • Kids' flu and winter illnesses
    Joan Ivaska, senior director of Infection Prevention, discusses how to protect kids from the flu and other wintertime respiratory illnesses.
  • Flu shots and egg allergies
    Joan Ivaska, senior director of Infection Prevention, discusses the link between flu shots and allergies to eggs. What happens when you are allergic to eggs?
  • Avoiding germs while traveling
    Steven Sunderman, MD, internist, discusses how to avoid winter germs while traveling, especially on airplanes. He also looks at the use of neti pots to keep you healthy.
  • Viral meningitis
    Marjorie Bessel, MD, chief medical officer, discusses viral meningitis, its signs, symptoms and ways to prevent the transmission of this infectious disease in your community.
  • Screen time and your kids
    Marcela Cristea, MD, discusses how screen time can your child's development and learning. How much time is too much time?
  • Getting your kids to school safely
    Tracey Fejt, RN, trauma injury prevention coordinator at Banner Children's, talks about how to make your child's journey to school safer
  • Dangers of laundry pod challenge
    Laura Tortora, MD, Medical Toxicology fellow, stresses the dangers of the laundry pod challenge and what parents should know to prevent dangerous side-effects.
  • Medication safety for parents
    Emergency Medicine physician Jasjot Johar, MD, gives tips on how parents can protect their children against medication misuse and signs that their child may be abusing medications
  • Safe toy choices
    Lynn Lawrence, MD, Emergency physician at Cardon Children's Medical Center, talks about how to choose safe toys for children and the dangers of unsafe toys. Great advice for those buying gifts.
  • Rattlesnakes
    Frank LoVecchio, DO, talks about how to avoid rattlesnakes, what to do if bitten and how your body reacts to their venom. We treat more rattlesnake bites than anyone else.
  • Bee-careful: How to avoid stings
    Most bees in Arizona are Africanized. What can you do to avoid them and what should you do if you get stung? Frank LoVecchio, DO, toxicology expert gives tips.
  • Scorpions
    Frank LoVecchio, DO, of Banner Poison and Drug Information Center, explains how to keep yourself safe from scorpions and what to do if you get bit by one.
  • Getting used to the heat
    Carlos Ventura, MD, talks about how it takes up to two weeks for your body to get used to summertime high temperatures. Hint: sweat is good. So are electrolytes and water.
  • Dehydration
    Robert Porter, DO, Emergency department director, shares what happens to your body when you don't drink enough water to keep hydrated during hot summer months
  • Hiking/ Hydration/ Heat
    Robert Porter, DO, Emergency department director, talks about the dangers of hiking without proper hydration, signs of heat distress and treatments to help.
  • Warm weather tips
    Moneesh Bhow, MD, discusses the dangers of high temperatures and ways to prevent dehydration. This includes staying out of direct sunlight, wearing lightweight clothing and staying hydrated.
  • Monsoons and your health
    Thomas Ardiles, MD, Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix talks about how hot weather, high levels of humidity, dust, moisture and other monsoon elements plays havoc with people's health
  • Heat safety for kids
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury-prevention coordinator at Cardon Children's Medical Center, talks about keeping kids safe from burns, dehydration, falls and drowning during busy summer season.
  • Kids and dehydration
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury prevention coordinator at Banner Children's, discusses how much water your kids should drink and why boys are sweaty
  • Drowning prevention
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury prevention coordinator, discusses the layers of protection necessary to prevent drowning. This includes adult supervision, barriers and classes.
  • Firework safety
    Tracey Fejt, RN, injury prevention coordinator at Cardon Children's Medical Center, talks about fireworks safety and how to keep your kids safe during sparkler season
  • Winter safety
    Emergency medicine physician Jasjot Johar, MD, covers wide range of winter-safety issues for adults and children: falls, respiratory, frostbite, even sunburn and dehydration
  • Treating emergency patients who are airborne
    Monesh Bhow, MD, emergency director at B-UMCP, talks about how our longtime partnership with MedAire helps save lives. B-roll also available of MedLink in action
  • How loneliness affects us
    Michael Weinberg, PhD, senior manager of behavioral health at Banner Thunderbird, talks about loneliness and mental illness and how social media can impact both conditions.
  • Alzheimer's diagnosis and disclosure guidelines
    Alireza Atri, MD, PhD, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute/Banner Sun Health Research Institute director speaks about new guidelines for Alzheimer's diagnosis
  • Advance directives
    Helen Kilzer, MD, a palliative-care specialist, talks about the different types of advance directives and what happens if they are not in place -- key advice for individuals and families
  • Tele ICU
    Michael Simons, MD, medical director of Telehealth, explains how Banner uses advanced technology to reduce mortality and lengths of stay for all of our intensive-care patients.
  • Surgery-recovery tips
    Surgeon Adriana Aredeljan, DO, gives advice on how to prepare yourself or your loved ones for a faster, more pain-free recovery from any type of surgery.
  • How dangerous is Valley Fever?
    John Galgiani, MD, director of Valley Fever Center,Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix answers questions concerning this curious and potentially fatal disease
  • Comiendo para el corazón
    Cindy Penaranda, RD, una dietista registrada, habla sobre la alimentación saludable para el corazón, dónde comenzar, qué alimentos son mejores y quién debe comer teniendo en cuenta la salud.
  • Consejo sobre la gripe
    Carlos Ventura, MD, especialista en medicina interna y geriatría, habla sobre cómo cuidarse durante la temporada de gripe. Ofrece consejos fáciles de entender.
  • Los peligros de consumir una cápsula de lavandería
    Laura Tortora, MD, miembro de toxicología a Banner Health, dice los peligros de consumir una cápsula de lavandería y que los padres puede hacer evitar los efectos secundarios.
  • Calor
    Carlos Venutra, Medicina Interna, Banner Health Center Verrado, habla sobre cómo su cuerpo se ve afectado por el calor. Una pista: Es algo bueno cuando sudas.
  • Flu B-Roll
    In time for 2018-19 flu season. Footage showing patient getting this year's flu shot and provider preparing flu shot to be administered. Clinical background
  • Banner Desert ICU nurses' baby shower B-Roll
    What to get 16 women who are having babies at about the same time? Lots of stuff! B-roll from Aug. 24 baby shower at Banner Desert Medical Center.
  • Sixteen pregnant Banner Desert nurses
    Is it something in the water? Banner Desert in Mesa is experiencing a baby boom as 16 of our ICU nurses are pregnant at the same time. Footage as they work.
  • Pregnant Nurses Press Conference
    Banner Desert nurses talk about the hospital’s recent baby bonanza. Sixteen of the facility’s ICU nurses are pregnant and delivering at roughly the same time.
  • Tele ICU B-Roll
    Ready-to-edit footage of Banner's TeleICU Center in Mesa, Arizona. Shows how long-distance monitoring of intensive-care patients is done. Physician interview also available.
  • MedLink B-roll
    More than 100 emergency calls come in everyday to our Phoenix center that provides expert diagnosis and care for airborne passengers. Physician interview also available
  • John Waddell Press Conference - part 1
    Miner describes harrowing experience of being trapped in mine shaft for two days. Oct. 28 press conference at Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix
  • John Waddell Press Conference - 2
    Miner describes harrowing tale of being trapped in mine shaft for two days. Oct. 28 press conference at Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix
  • John Waddell B-roll
    Miner describes his harrowing experience being stuck in mine shaft for two days. Oct. 28, 2018 press conference at Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix.
  • Teal Pumpkin Project
    What does a teal pumpkin mean for Halloween? Tracey Fejt, Banner Children's trauma injury prevention coordinator, talks about how a weird-colored fruit helps prevent food allergies.
  • Halloween Safety
    Tracey Fejt, RN, Banner Children's trauma outreach coordinator, covers keeping trick-or-treaters safe: costumes, candy, going door-to-door
  • Marijuana Safety
  • Spiderman Mask B-roll
    Cardon Children's Medical Center radiation therapist Morgan Fineman helps 13-year-old Parker become Spider-Man with a hand-painted mask for his radiation treatment.
  • Drone footage of Banner facilities 2018
    Ready-to-edit footage of several of our Phoenix-area Banner hospitals shot from a airborne drone camera. High quality video from unique vantagepoints.
  • Dottie Kissinger Bereavement Camp B-roll 2018
    Families who have lost loved ones can come to this Payson area camp to begin the healing process. Guided by counselors, they engage in fun and meaningful camp activities
  • Nubby, the two-legged therapy dog
    Nubby, a spunky Chihuahua, brings inspiration to patients at Banner Baywood Medical Center, Mesa, Arizona. Dogs have been shown to help reduce patients' stress and anxiety.