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Electronic medical records and lower reimbursement rates from insurance companies are changing the field of medicine which includes nursing. For this edition of Healthy Living, YNN’s Marcie Fraser has more.
06/18/2013 08:57 AM
Nothing is more depressing than gaining weight when you’ve been told you can't work out because of an injury. YNN’s Marcie Fraser explains how you could overcome the challenge on today's "Tone Up."
06/16/2013 02:10 PM
In this "Active Now," YNN's Jess Mitchell speaks with a spokesperson for the Make-A-Wish Foundation about Austin Over the Edge, a program in which regular Austinities can rappel down the side of a skyscraper to raise money for charity.
06/14/2013 03:56 PM
In this "Backstage Pass," YNN's Andy Langer catches up with Austin-based musician Bob Schneider. Schneider has a lot shaking in his world right now--a new album was just released and he's schedule to play Blues on the Green next month--and he tells Langer all about it.
06/14/2013 03:00 PM
It's not uncommon for children to complain of simple headaches, which can be treated at home with over-the-counter pain killers. However, one family practitioner said migraines are the most common complaint. For this edition of "Child Wellness," YNN’s Marcie Fraser has more.
06/12/2013 08:12 AM
Vascular birthmarks can be a sign of a serious medical issue prominent in only about one in every 100 babies with them. YNN's Marcie Fraser explains one mother's campaign to spread more awareness about hemangiomas.
06/07/2013 04:32 PM
New technology in Austin has ‘hit a nerve’ in the operating room. YNN's Todd Boatwright shows us how prostate patients are benefiting from new nerve monitoring technology in this “Your Health.”
06/06/2013 03:33 PM
Healthy Living: As people get older, their risk for falls -- and injuries from those falls -- increase. Learn more about preventing falls with YNN's Marcie Fraser.
06/04/2013 09:12 AM
This week on "Tone Up," Marcie Fraser demonstrates how to work your core while recovering from an upper body injury.
Tone Up: If you've ever injured yourself, especially your upper body, you know how much it can set your fitness program back.
Active Now-- Now that higher temperatures are here to stay, YNN’s Jess Mitchell looks at the perks of indoor cycling.
Tone Up: You may have heard of someone who has worked out with a "Couch to a 5K" program. What if a 5K is too much for you just starting out? Marcie Fraser has a program that may be better for you.
Anyone can learn compression-only CPR. YNN’s Jess Mitchell has more on how simple it is to learn and where you can sign up to get training.
Your Health: Dell Children's Hospital recently opened a new wing. The additional space also helps kids with epilepsy like never before. YNN's Todd Boatwright shows us what makes it one of the country's best.
Healthy Living: Twenty years ago, a Lyme disease diagnosis was relatively rare, but today it seems everyone knows someone who suffers from Lyme disease. Learn more about the increase in diagnosed cases in today’s “Healthy Living.”
A man once on his death bed is alive and well after receiving a transplanted heart 25 years ago. The 81-year-old’s name is Twain Schieffer, and our own Bonnie Gonzalez introduces us to him as he celebrates his 25th "re-birthday."
Active Now -- It’s summer, which means it’s time to hit the water. YNN’s Jess Mitchell gave wakeboarding a go to gear up for a season of fun in the sun.
Healthy Living -- Falling is a significant danger to the world's aging population, but a new device can help patients keep their balance late into life. Marcie Fraser explains.
Your Health -- Endometriosis is when cells from the uterine wall grow outside the uterus. A new article from an Austin doctor looked at the different ways women can get pregnant despite the condition. YNN's Todd Boatwright shows the lengths one woman went through to have a baby.
Healthy Living: When it comes to addiction, it doesn't discriminate. It can affect anyone at any age. This week Marcie Fraser takes another look at addiction in this second part of a two part series.
Tone Up: A decline bench is awesome for abdominals, but you can also use the decline bench to get a broad chest. We'll take a look at these exercises in today's "Tone Up."
The percentage of adults addicted to prescription pain medication is on the rise and many of them become addicted before they know it. YNN's Marcie Fraser explores addiction in this "Healthy Living."
Active Now --YNN’s Jess Mitchell gets a workout fit for a firefighter.
Central Texas is in the middle of a healthcare revamp--one that will take millions of dollars and years to complete. Wednesday the Central Health Board held the second of three public meetings before voting on a master plan. YNN's Sebastian Robertson shows us why those behind it say it will be revolutionary for healthcare in Austin.
It happens to everyone at some point. An injury prevents you from exercising and, unfortunately, it happens more so as you age. Now some are using Terra Trikes to stay active despite an injury.
When you're talking fitness, you want to talk strength and toning. In today’s "Tone Up," Marcie Fraser is doing a little strength training using a process called 'negatives.'
There’s a yoga class in town that's using some nontraditional methods to pump up the intensity of a normal yoga class. YNN’s Jess Mitchell gives it a try in this “Active Now.”
In this "Healthy Living," Marcie Fraser speaks with a doctor about possible risks involved with the popular antibiotic, azithromycin.
For this edition of "Healthy Living," YNN’s Marcie Fraser meets with high school students in a program called “Kids in the Kitchen.” In the program, students have the opportunity to get tips for the kitchen, learn healthy eating habits and even earn college credits
Are you working on your abs? Standing abdominal exercises will help strengthen your lower abdominals to pull your belly in.
Don't know how to surf? No problem – while the new Surfset workout uses a surfboard, there's no water involved. YNN's Marcie Fraser reports in this "Healthy Living.'
The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, which may have you itching to get on a horse. YNN's Jess Mitchell took a few horseback riding lessons for this week's "Active Now."
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