Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / March 18, 2013

In the US, about 36,000 children are born with a heart defect each year. That's about 9 out of every 1,000 infants. On tthis episode, we're going to learn more about them and meet a very special surgeon, who has been repairing hearts for many years.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 14, 2013

Proton therapy for prostate cancer is a treatment option involving a focused ray of proton particles aimed at destroying cancerous tissues. This treatment is capable of delivering precise, high doses of radiation to accurately target cancer cells.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 11, 2013

Weaning is when a baby transitions from breast milk to other sources of nourishment. It's a gradual process that calls for patience and understanding from both mother and baby! Watch this episode.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 07, 2013

Should you hold in your emotions and not express them? Should you vent them and let them out? Or is there another way to deal with the annoyances in life, that's healthier and more constructive? Stay tuned to find the best way to deal with anger.

Go Healthy For Good! / March 05, 2013

Colorectal cancer is a type of cancer for which screening is possible, enabling it to be detected early. In addition, treatment is better, resulting in 1 million survivors of this cancer in the US. But, how do we safeguard ourselves from getting it?

Go Healthy For Good! / February 28, 2013

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?

Go Healthy For Good! / February 21, 2013

How do we stop the watery eyes, those horrible headaches, the sneezing and all of the itching? How can YOU avoid to trigger allergies and suppress this exaggerated immune response?

Go Healthy For Good! / February 19, 2013

IBS is the most commonly diagnosed gastrointestinal condition, and is second only to the common cold as a cause of absence from work. Tune in, as we offer you answers and practical ideas that you can implement at home.

Go Healthy For Good! / February 19, 2013

Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, affects almost every woman at some time in her life. Why are some women more affected than others? Where can you find help? And what are the options? Find out the answers to these questions on this episode.