An expert discusses why we can’t become too lax with our treatment of this virus.
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Experts reveal why engaging in this practice can lead to weight gain and other health risks.
Theo Krzywicki explains the signs of an overdose and how to use life-saving devices like Naloxone.
Dr. William H Warren explains what happens during a crowd surge and how to stay safe in the middle of large gatherings.
A new test could better detect autism in children. Then, can air particles cause a heart attack? Then, A new, non-pharmaceutical approach to treating type two diabetes. And finally…can grocery shopping actually predict longevity?
In this continuation of last week’s antibiotic segment, we explore the prevalence of drug use within animal agriculture.
Dr. John McKillip discusses the overuse, overprescribed, and misprescribed issues that, if left unchecked, could result in up to ten million deaths each year due to antibiotic resistance.
Dr. Michael Stein explains the difference between healthcare and public health, arguing that we should pay more attention to preventing conditions before they occur.
New research warns of the educational effects of increasing school security. Then, a new blood test could predict worsening effects of Covid-19. Then, your child’s behavioral problems may be caused by medicine taken during pregnancy. And finally, a better way to break up kidney stones.
SI joint dysfunction is extremely hard to diagnose. An expert explains the difficulties in diagnosing and how the dysfunction can be fixed using regenerative medicine.
As an ER doctor, Jay Baruch wears many hats. He’s a healer, listener, traffic director, and so much more during each shift. But in such a chaotic space, how can doctors maximize their time with patients?
Treatments for metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer have remained the same for seventy years – until now. Scientists have created a medication, called Nubeqa, that pairs with the original treatments and helps lengthen the lifespan of patients.