Dr. Brian McDonough
Coinciding with the start of the NFL season, a new study sheds some light on how dangerous the sport can be for the men who play it for a living.
Most people don’t often think about their blood type unless they are going to give blood or get blood. But it may become more important than ever.
According to a ten-year study by the CDC, cholesterol levels have actually improved in this group. This news is in the face of news that the obesity epidemic is still a problem.
A new report in the Journal of Sexual Medicine took a look at the side effects of Propecia and it found that there are concerns about sexual function.
According to the American Medical Association, this particular diet is designed to help keep blood sugar levels stable.
A peculiar report from the Journal Pediatrics of Neurosurgery finds that tablet computers like the iPad2 can interfere with settings of magnetically programmed shunts in the brain.
According to a new report from the British Medical Journal finds dark chocolate can actually reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes in people who are at high risk.
One of the concerns of a low-carb diet has been that people who use this type of diet could potentially damage their kidneys. Now, a new report suggests that there is probably not that negative effect.
Soldiers exposed to bomb blasts and athletes who have been repeatedly hit in the head show similar, long-lasting brain injuries.
According to their study of 7th graders, researchers suggest that these children experience what authors are calling surprising levels of dating abuse and violence.
We know that aspirin is very effective in helping fight cardiovascular disease, but according to a new report in the journal The Lancet, aspirin can also be used to help prevent and treat cancer.
Studies show identifying cancer causing polyps with a colonoscopy reduces the colon cancer death rate by 50%.
Researchers believe the youngsters should have some of the same medical examinations and interventions as older football players.
As KYW Newsradio’s Dr. Brian McDonough explains, An infant with Trisomy-18 rarely makes it through the first week. And even after that, complications from something as simple as a common cold can be deadly.
Only 33 percent — a third of the students — correctly identified the five situations that require hand hygiene.
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