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Study: Learning More About PTSD From Mass Shootings

A study in the Journal Neurology took a look at adolescent survivors of a mass shooting at a Norwegian summer camp that left 69 dead and 33 wounded.

KYW Newsradio 1060–02/19/2018

Getting Kids To Eat Healthier

Getting school children to eat healthy foods might not be as hard as we think.

02/02/2018

The Danger Of Poor Communication In Medicine

In medicine, we call it non-compliance. That’s just another big medical word that gets in the way of communicating information.

02/01/2018

Poor Nutrition In Underdeveloped Countries

According to the World Health Organization, poor nutrition contributes to more than 50% of deaths worldwide.

01/31/2018

Medication And Pregnancy

I have an important warning for women who are of childbearing age.

01/30/2018

Cancer And Race

Cancer is evil and it is not politically correct. In other words, it discriminates one race against another.

01/29/2018

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Tracking Heart Disease In Women

Heart disease is on the rise in women and there are several things we can clearly associate with this problem.

01/26/2018

Finding The Link Between Smoking And Drinking

There is a new study in the journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry Edition that takes a look at something that makes a great deal of sense.

01/25/2018

Controlling Diabetes With Gastric Bypass Surgery

There is yet another study talking about the importance of gastric bypass surgery in helping reduce the rate of diabetes in those were obese.

01/24/2018

The Danger Of Energy Drinks

The Canadian legislation is looking at prohibiting energy drinks from being marketed to children.

01/23/2018

How Celebrity Health Can Impact Our Own

Our fascination with celebrities allows physician educators to use these unfortunate incidents to help others.

01/22/2018

Midwives Gaining In Popularity In United States

The Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health is a major source of information for nurse midwives here in United States.

01/18/2018

Self-Inflicted Injuries On The Rise In Teens And Young Adults

There is no doubt that our teens and young adults are under greater pressure now than perhaps they have been in decades.

01/17/2018

Reducing Your Risk For Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is a very serious cardiac issue.

01/16/2018

Be Wary Of Online Doctor Reviews

Don’t look now, but doctors are beginning to realize the ways they can build their online reputation.

01/15/2018

Location And Obesity

The more we study obesity and health issues, the more we are learning that where you live can have a direct impact on how you look at how you feel.

01/12/2018

Avoiding Joint Pain With Exercise

If you want to avoid joint problems as you get older, it might make sense to exercise more when you’re younger.

01/11/2018

Importance Of Medicare For Elderly Patients

There is no doubt that Medicare provides tremendous benefits to the elderly.

01/09/2018

Preparing For Patient Safety In Hospitals

It is a sad reality that many hospitals have to prepare for potential shootings which could be directed at physician’s nurses and patients.

01/08/2018

University Study Uses MRI To Track How Toddlers Learn

There have been many studies about toddlers and learning over the years and some of the most interesting has been from Vanderbilt University.

KYW Newsradio 1060–12/06/2017

Information Overload: Understanding Your Medications Better

Each year the FDA gets about 100 new drug applications, and there are usually about 100 new drugs or expanded usages for them.

KYW Newsradio 1060–12/04/2017

Good News In Battle Against Obesity

It appears that the message to avoid sugar-sweetened beverages may be getting through.

12/01/2017

Advances In Genetic Research

Some of the greatest advances in the past 10 years have to do with genetic research.

11/30/2017

Living With Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy can have a dramatic impact on people’s vision.

11/29/2017

Treating Strokes With Virtual Reality

It is a major medical tenet that when a person suffers a stroke there needs to be immediate care.

11/28/2017

The Emotional Toll Of Cancer

There is no doubt that the diagnosis of cancer can be one that is emotionally disturbing.

11/27/2017

Diagnosing High Blood Pressure In Children

This is a concerning statistic: 85 percent of children who have high blood pressure are not diagnosed.

11/24/2017

Have A Happy, Healthy, Thanksgiving

It’s Thanksgiving Day, and this is a great opportunity for families to get together throughout the United States.

11/23/2017

The Advantages Of Breast Feeding

There are many advantages to breast-feeding and they have been well publicized

11/22/2017

Study: Stress Linked To Increased Risk Of Diabetes

According to a new report from Scandinavia, stress not only has short term health issues but long-term health issues as well.

11/21/2017

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