Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / 69 LIKES

Food allergy is a serious medical condition affecting up to 15 millions people in the US, including 1 in 13 children. Unlike food intolerances, food allergy results when the immune system mistakenly targets a harmless food protein, and attacks it.

Go Healthy For Good! / 69 LIKES

The human eye is composed of many parts that work together. We receive visual images, focus them properly and send messages to the brain via the topic nerve. How likely is it that as we age, we'll face the possibility of losing our eyesight?

Go Healthy For Good! / 69 LIKES

Colorectal cancer is a common and lethal disease. The third most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and 2nd most common in women. Find out what you can do to avoid becoming a statistic.

Go Healthy For Good! / 68 LIKES

Watch the second part of this wonderful series with Dr Neil Nedley.

Go Healthy For Good! / 67 LIKES

There's no known cure for autism, but intensive therapy helps a child learn a wide range of interpersonal skills. Thanks to early intervention, many children make remarkable progress. There's hope! Watch this episode.

Go Healthy For Good! / 67 LIKES

Caffeine is one of the most researched food components on our tables today. And caffeinated drinks are considered an essential part of everyday life for most Americans. We're increasingly told it's a health food but can a drug be really good?

Go Healthy For Good! / 66 LIKES

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! / 66 LIKES

Less than half of people with migraine or tension-headaches seek professional help. Instead they rely on over-the-counter medications that can, with chronic and excessive use, actually CAUSE headaches. So if you get headaches, stay tuned!

Go Healthy For Good! / 66 LIKES

Alcohol misuse is the leading cause of premature death and disability worldwide, for people aged 15 to 50. But, only 10% of those with an alcohol problem recognize that they have one. If you are thinking about drinking, seriously consider the risks.