In Today's Medical Monday, Molly talks with Aaron Wilson, the Robotics Coordinator at Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend. Aaron tells us about some of the latest robotic equipment that helps make surgeries less invasive. For more information please visit www.peacehealth.
Coming up on Friday October 28th through Sunday the 30th the Rose Children's Theater is proud to present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater. For more information please visit www.willamalane.
Today Molly is joined by Sister Helen Prejean Author of "Dead Man Walking", and Sister Helen explains how and why she became interested in eliminating the death penalty.
Today Molly is joined by Michael Mann who has just won First Prize and the King Arthur Great Cake Competition. For a copy of the recipe please Click Here.
Three members of the Blue Man Group stopped by today to talk about what it is like to be a Blue Man, and tell us about the show at the Hult Center this Thursday night at 7:30. For ticket information please visit www.hultcenter.
United Way of Lane County is dedicated to helping local people in need through education and direct action, like Free medical clinics. For more information on how you can help please visit www.unitedwaylane.org.
Book lovers can meet authors, chat with them, and have their books personally autographed. Aspiring authors can meet with experienced authors and publishers on a one-to-one basis. For more information plese visit the KVAL Florence Community page.
Psychologist Susan Kane-Ronning, PhD discusses conflict resolution and gives tips to help moms and daughters foster a positive relationship.
Today Molly sits down with Joanne Lutz, ANP to discuss the issues surrounding stress and how to get rid of it. For more information about classes please call (541) 343-0536.
Today Molly talks with Dr. Sara Hunt about the psychological issues facing people who are trying to lose weight. For more information from the Oregon Bariatric Center please visit peacehealth.org/shmc/bariatrics.
Hidden Treasures From The Attic is a fund raiser for Women's Philanthropic Organization. The sale will be held on Saturday 09-24-2011 10am till 4pm at 2259 Devon Street in Eugene.