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Clinical depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for weeks or more. 1 in 10 americans currently have clinical depression, and this number is rising.

Go Healthy For Good! / 85 LIKES

Psoriasis is the commonest auto-immune disease in the US, affecting over 7 million Americans. What causes it? What treatment is best? Are allergies involved? The answer to these questions and more, coming right up!

Go Healthy For Good! / 85 LIKES

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!

Go Healthy For Good! / 85 LIKES

How does your meal impact climate change? Find out on this episode!

Go Healthy For Good! / 84 LIKES

Periodontal disease is the commonest cause of tooth loss in adults in the US. A recent report from the CDC says half of Americans over 30, have periodontitis which is the advanced form of periodontal disease. That's about 65 million Americans!

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Starting from early adolescence, kids start to notice that their appearance and behavior may determine whether they fit in. From a young age, we might become preoccupied with how we look. So, do you look how you want to look?

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Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia in the Western world. While genes are one risk factor, there are numerous other health and environmental risk factors. Find out what you can do to prevent it!

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Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, affecting more than 2 million Americans each year. This number is rising rapidly. What can you do to prevent it? Are there ways to detect it at an early, curable stage? Please watch.

Go Healthy For Good! / 81 LIKES

The Metabolic syndrome affects at least one third of all adults in America and other industrialized countries. It doubles the risk of heart disease and increases the risk of diabetes at least five-fold. What causes it? Can it be prevented?