Digestive Health
 

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During the 20th century there have been major shifts in the incidence and types of disorders of the digestive tract and it accounts for 10% of all deaths in the US, with increasing risk as you age. So what can be causing all this dysfunction?

 
Underage Addictions
 

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Many teenagers and young adults dabble in drugs in elementary school, often becoming full-blown addicts in high school. This episode of Unhooked discusses the telltale signs that signal troubles in a young person’s life.

 
Ebola Response
 

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West Africa is still struggling with the Ebola crisis. There have been over 17,000 suspected cases resulting in more than 6,000 deaths and the fight goes on. It seems never-ending, though a small ray of hope is on the horizon.

 
Wheat Pasta
 

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Health Benefits of Wheat Pasta!

 
Cardiac Rehab
 

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Cardiovascular disease kills almost 1 million Americans each year. And 70 million others live with some form of heart disease. Discover how you can have a healthy heart.

 
Atrial Fibrillation
 

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Atrial Fibrillation or AF is the most frequent heart arrhythmia. More than 1% of the US population will experience AF within their lifetime and the numbers are growing. Why is the risk of AF rising? Are lifestyle factors implicated? What can you do?

 
End Dieting
 

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The U.S. has a poorer health status and lower life expectancy than other countries, despite spending the most money on health care. What's going on? And how can we stem the tide of chronic disease? Don't miss this episode!

 
Health Flip
 

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It is estimated that 23 million people around the world have a heart condition that has a poor prognosis and a high cost. Can heart failure be reversed? Don’t miss this episode to find out!

 
Breast Cancer
 

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Breast cancer is the third leading killer of American women. Only last year, nearly 180,000 American women were diagnosed with breast cancer and 1/3 of them died from it. But there's HOPE, and we're here to help you prevent it or fight for a cure.