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Understanding How To Properly Treat Asthma

Physicians and family members of those who suffer from asthma often don’t understand the best way to use asthma medications that are prescribed.


Developing New Medications For Cardiovascular Disease

There is growing evidence that heart attacks and stroke can also be influenced by inflammatory pathways in the body.


Should Cigarettes Be Rated R?

It has been decades since the movie rating system came out.


Sleep Apnea And Cognitive Impairment

According to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association Neurology Edition, sleep-disordered breathing is associated with more than a 25% chance of developing cognitive impairment.


When To Have Your Child’s Vision Tested

The United States Preventative Services Task Force often gives recommendations for particular treatments and tests.


It’s Time To Talk About Flu Shots

Believe it or not, it’s not too early to talk about flu season.


The Importance Of Breakfast

It’s common sense that children should eat breakfast before they leave home in the morning.


How Addictive Is Sugar?

There’s all sorts of controversy centered around an article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.


Little Known Barbecue Health Risks

A Labor Day barbecue would be nothing without the smell of the grill.


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The Health Risks Surrounding Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day Weekend is certainly a great opportunity for families to get together and barbecue. There are certain health risks that you must remember.


The Impact Of Telemedicine On Patients With Parkinson’s Disease

As telemedicine gets more popular in the United States we are starting to receive more information about its impact both good and bad.


Some Nurses Misinformed About Health Risks New Mothers Face, Survey Finds

There are certain areas of medicine where knowledge can be deficient.


High Calorie Foods May Increase Cancer Risk Regardless Of Obesity Status, Study Finds

According to a study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, a diet rich in high calorie foods could be tied to a higher risk of certain cancers among normal weight women after they hit their fifties.  


Decline In Developmental Delays In Premature Babies, Study Finds

Over the years there have been tremendous advances in the treatment of premature infants.


Report: Diet, Exercise Help Diabetics Maintain Normal Lifestyle

Many of these patients were able to come off the chronic medications they were taking to treat their diabetes.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/25/2017

Study Examines Dangers Of Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Physicians have been studying this over the years and realize that prenatal care focusing on balanced diet and proper exercise during pregnancy is one of the best ways we can ensure healthy delivery.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/24/2017


University Looks To Make Transition To Treating Teens Becoming Adults Easier

Over the past decades a growing number of young adults have moved into adulthood surviving some conditions that would have not allowed them to survive past the teens.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/23/2017

Solving The Primary Care Physician Shortage

We have a shortage of primary care physicians in this country.


New Level Of Crisis In Opioid Epidemic

The opioid epidemic has been making news and gaining medical attention over the past several months.


Impact Of Cyber Attacks On Hospitals

Cyber attacks are becoming much more common throughout the world and we are seeing the issues in medicine as well.



Pneumonia, Sepsis Associated With Increased Risk Of Heart Disease, Report

A new report in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology suggests people who are hospitalized for pneumonia or sepsis have a six time higher risk of heart disease incidence in the following year.


More Health Benefits Of Mediterranean Diet

A new report in the American Journal of Gastroenterology has found that the Mediterranean diet is also associated with lower risks of gallbladder surgery.


Blood Pressure Fluctuation Linked To Increased Risk Of Dementia, Study Finds

According to a report in the Journal Circulation, one of the most common causes of dementia other than Alzheimer’s is cardiovascular.


Vaccines Important In Prevention Of Ear Infections

According to a new report in the Journal of Pediatrics, vaccines have played a very important role in the decline in the incidence of ear infections in children over the past 30 years.


Why Your Bones Are Getting Weaker As Your Get Older

Your body is continually breaking down old bone and reabsorbing it, while new bone is growing.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/11/2017

New Study Finds Link Between Lifting Weights, Improved Memory

The study involved nearly 64,000 older adults.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/10/2017

Your Heartburn Medication Could Be Putting You At Greater Risk

C Diff, as it is called, kills more than 29,000 Americans each year.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/09/2017

Studies Show Red Wine Has Powerful Antioxidant With Strong Cellular Benefits

The studies are ongoing but there is no doubt there continues to be excitement.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/08/2017

Night Sweats Could Be Signs Of Bigger Problems

Do you have interrupted sleep from sweating too much?



Different Color Produce Can Have Different Effects On Your Body

A diet that includes a lot of produce can help you lower your risk of developing heart disease, some types of cancer, diabetes, and obesity.

KYW Newsradio 1060–08/01/2017

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