Experts discuss the use of animals to diagnose disease and their efforts to build machines that can do the same thing.
Many people confuse allergies, colds, and sinus infections. A physician describes the differences, and the new ways sinusitis can be treated.
Experts discuss the pro's and cons of direct to consumer advertising and its effect on patients and physicians.
An expert discusses the many ways friends determine our destinies.
Experts explain why drug shortages occur, the unfortunate outcomes, and what they do to try to minimize the damage.
Experts discuss symptoms and treatments of Meniere's disease, an often misdiagnosed disorder producing loss of hearing and crippling vertigo.
Synopsis: In an age of increasing medical complexity, some leading thinkers in medical education are proposing that the time spent on medical education be cut by nearly one third. The key, these advocates say, is ridding curricula of requirements that most doctors never use. Experts discuss both sides of the issue. Host: Reed Pence. … Continue reading 16-14 Segment 1: Should We Shorten Medical Training?
Studies have found that many doctors don't really listen to their patients, and so miss how illness is affected by the other things in life.