Episodes

Go Healthy For Good! / 139 VIEWS

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!

Go Healthy For Good! / 133 VIEWS

Sleep Apnea, Domestic Violence and Pediatric Emergencies! Three major health topics all in one show! Watch this highlights show.

Go Healthy For Good! / 133 VIEWS

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.

Go Healthy For Good! / 129 VIEWS

On today's show, we're going to discuss how Proton Therapy is now beginning to be used for a new application - Breast Cancer. We'll go on location to Loma Linda California!

Go Healthy For Good! / 128 VIEWS

The brain can be injured when the head, the body, or both undergo sudden acceleration, deceleration, or rotation. With time and rest, the brain can recover. But what if the injury is missed?

Go Healthy For Good! / 126 VIEWS

30 million Americans will be suffering from an eating disorder at some time in their lives. Every other teenage girl and nearly 1 in 3 teenage boys use unhealthy weight control behaviors. This preoccupation with food and weight is not healthy!

Go Healthy For Good! / 125 VIEWS

We live much of our lives on the internet, our world intertwined with the cyber world. We shop on it, communicate with it, express ourselves by it. But, is it driving a wedge in between you and your work, your lifestyle, you and your relationships?

Go Healthy For Good! / 124 VIEWS

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! / 124 VIEWS

Life expectancy of an American both today averages 78 years. However over 70,000 Americans have reached their 100th birthday. So what are they doing? And is, what they are doing, making the difference? Find out on this episode.