The WMS Minute is a service of the Wyoming Medical Society and its physicians. In this feature, WMS member physicians offer tips to Wyoming citizens on everything from food allergies, to why give your children all of their antibiotics.
Flu vs. Cold in Young Children
In the latest edition of the Wyoming Medical Society’s Minute, Dean Bartholomew, MD of Saratoga, Wyo. talks to us about the difference between the flu and a viral cold in children.
Tobacco Cessation Programs
Sheridan Physician Assistant Wendy Ongaro, PA-C works at the Sheridan Health Center where the majority of their patients are smokers. In this video Ongaro talks about some of the aids she has at her disposal for helping patients quit smoking.
How to Go To The Doctor
Buffalo physician and Wyoming Medical Society member Grace Gosar, MD says she most physician visits take around 10 minutes to complete. With so much to say and such a short time to say it, Gosar offers an overview of how to get the most out of your visit to the doctor.
The Importance Of Taking All Prescribed Antibiotics
The Wyoming Medical Society offers a series of tips to better the health of all Wyomingites. In this webisode, Dr. Brian Horst explains why it is important to treat strep throat with antibiotics for all 10 days of the prescription.
The Importance of Mental Health
Cheyenne physician Jasper Jay Chen, MD discusses his specialty and how mental health can help optimize the lives of those it serves.
Food Allergies in Young Children
Wyoming Medical Society member and Cheyenne Pediatrician Andrew Rose, MD talks about changes in the way we look at food allergies in children.
Wyoming Medical Society Member and Cheyenne Pediatrician Andrew Rose, MD discusses the need to vaccinate children and the safety of those shots.