The UNM Health Hour Podcast

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is the premiere health care practice and learning institution in the state. Every Sunday at 11am on KKOB 770 AM and 94.5 FM the employees of Health Sciences talk with UNM faculty and staff to bring you informative and entertaining insights on how you can stay healthy in New Mexico.

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50 Ways to Save Your Heart

November 18, 2018
UNM’s Dr. David Schade and Dr. Philip Eaton talk about ways to improve your heart health as described in their new, free book ’50 Ways to Save Your Heart’.

Everything Skin

November 11, 2018
Alex Sanchez and Carly Newlands talk with The University of New Mexico’s Dr. Naiara Barbosa about all things dermatology.

Pregnancy in New Mexico

October 28, 2018
Naomi Swanson and Maria Montoya, doctors at The University of New Mexico’s Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology joined Alex Sanchez on the Health Hour to talk about all things pregnancy in New Mexico.

What to Feed Your Kiddos

October 07, 2018
Registered dietician Patty Keane talks with The University of New Mexico's Alex Sanchez and Jett Loe about the specific nutritional needs of children.

Substance Abuse Pregnancy - The Work of the Milagro Clinic

September 30, 2018
The Medical Director of the Milagro Clinic, Dr. Larry Leeman, talks with The University of New Mexico’s Jett Loe about the issues surrounding the treatment of pregnant mothers dealing with substance abuse problems.

What Do We Really Know About Dementia?

September 23, 2018
University of New Mexico Neurology Professor Gary Rosenberg talks with UNM’s Michael Haederle about new research into dementia and how blood pressure can impact the brain.

Get Your Flu Shot

September 16, 2018
New Mexico Immunization Coalition Executive Director Anna Pentler chats with The University of New Mexico’s Jett Loe about the work of the coalition, the need for immunizations and problem myths surrounding the field.