Our Friday It's YOUR Business Hours works the medical side for our viewers today.
Our show today includes the doctor included in this picture. Dr. David Shields who is a dermatologist who found cancer on my ear --- and did surgery.
It's the time of year that the sunny days -- and even those not so sunny -- remind us to put on a hat --- sunscreen and check your own skins for unusual spots and dots.
Dr. Shields will be early in our 9:00 hour --- and we'll talk with some of those dedicated people from Sanford that will be available for testing thru the day.
Heidi Fodness will explain heart, vascular and lung cancer screening.
Glucose, cholesterol testing as well -- plus blood pressure -- Sanford Lab thru 11 will work chemistry panel with lipids and PSA blood testing.
Tim Bjordal -- Sanford Center for Digestive Health and Gastroenterology Clinic joins us as well as Reagan Clemenson from PROFILE -- all about the health and nutrition.
The 10:00 hour will include a segment with Edith Breath Health Mobile Mammography.
Abbie Vanderwerf---who was a part of our 15 Affordable Health Care Segments joins us -- she'll update the business side---and talk about the resignation of Kathleen Siebelius. Abbie is with Howalt McDowell working with businesses who are trying to get their health care issues answered.
Mike Austad--Dakota Radon Mitigation -- a part of the It's YOUR Business family will discuss the lung cancer tie -- very serious to radon.
Sheila Rae with Bizzy Lizzy explains eating flourless and gluten free food. Adam Scott -- Golf Addiction is just back from the Master's --- and an affiliate of Great Life --we'll share golf stories.
Tom Johnson -- Johnson Christenson Law explains granny cams -- and how they have affected nursing home care.
Scott Varilek -- has commodity update from Kooima Kaemingk, Todd Neuberger Edward Jones the Main Street to Wall Street report --- and Craig Markihardt and Jim Lowe Advana Mortgage have the loan snapshot of the day.
Jodi Schwan -- Sioux Falls Business Journal explains the cover story of the week and Jessie Schmidt--South Dakota Better Business Bureau explains the heartbleed network vulnerability.