Penicillin Allergy: Not really, most of the time

Millions of Americans believe they are allergic to penicillin. However, most of them are wrong. Experts discuss how these misdiagnoses happen and what results when so many of us avoid the most effective, yet cheapest antibiotic.

18-48 Segment 1: Fungal Sinusitis

Many people who have chronic recurrent sinusitis may have an allergic reaction to fungi rather than a bacterial infection. Treatments for the two are completely different, and in some cases, fungal sinusitis can be life threatening. Two experts and a patient explain.

Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 18-25

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 18-25.

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18-17 Segment 2: Curing Chronic Sinusitis

Many people confuse allergies, colds, and sinus infections. A physician specializing in these maladies describes the differences, and the new ways sinusitis can be treated.

Medical Notes 18-10

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of March 11, 2018.

18-03 Segment 2: Silent Reflux

An expert discusses telltale symptoms and the dietary triggers that can cause silent reflux.

Medical Notes 17-14

A look at important medical, health and science headlines for the week of April 2.

16-38 Segment 1: Epi-Pen Price Hikes

Synopsis: The Epi-Pen brand has become synonymous with epinephrine injectors, which can save the life of a person suffering a severe allergic reaction. Recently there’s been outcry over large price hikes for the devices, which have forced some people to seek other alternatives or go without. Experts discuss the economics involved and what patients can … Continue reading 16-38 Segment 1: Epi-Pen Price Hikes

16-17 Segment 2: Curing Sinusitis

Many people confuse allergies, colds, and sinus infections. A physician describes the differences, and the new ways sinusitis can be treated.