Podcasting science has taken off in recent times and is an under-used resource for journalists.
There are number of medical organizations and institutes that have created sites [here hear] featuring podcasts.
Try for example Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts.
Started in October 2005, each podcast lasts from five to seven minutes and features a “lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you.” Past topics have dealt with the risks of not immunizing children, the use of fish oil in people who’ve had a heart attack, and drug coated stents.
See to it that your health reporters have it as an RSS feed.