Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / October 06, 2015

Youth who drink alcohol are more likely to experience negative consequences. Find out how you can prevent your youth from drinking.

Go Healthy For Good! / October 05, 2015

Alcoholism can cause more damage & pain than any other internal or external influence on the family unit. Learn how you can help a loved one.

Go Healthy For Good! / October 01, 2015

One in 4 American adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder each year and for many, that disorder is depression. With its chronic, recurring pattern, many people believe there is no cure. But there’s HOPE!

Go Healthy For Good! / September 14, 2015

Every hour of every day, one American is diagnosed with a lifelong, chronic disease called multiple sclerosis. This disease is unpredictable and affects primarily young adults. So what causes it? What are the treatment options? Stay Tuned!

Go Healthy For Good! / May 21, 2015

Thousands and thousands of deaths occur every year as a result of inactivity. And it doesn't only cause death! It causes high blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, depression, cancer, Type 2 diabetes, strokes, osteoporosis... It's time to ACT!

Go Healthy For Good! / May 14, 2015

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?

Go Healthy For Good! / May 07, 2015

Any one of us can develop it, even children and teens. And many things can be blamed - from physical to psychological factors. However, the good news is that back pain usually resolves without too much ado. How do you tell if it's serious?

Go Healthy For Good! / April 30, 2015

The brain is divided into sections. Being situated at the front of the head, the frontal lobe is the most common place for brain injury to occur. But what happens when the frontal lobe is injured or malfunctions? Watch this to find out!

Go Healthy For Good! / April 23, 2015

Chronic diseases are responsible for nearly 80% of total health care costs in the United States today. Yet we're managing the symptoms with pills and temporary remedies. We need to change the way we think about the diseases. Watch this!