Episodes

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! / October 24, 2012

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! / November 22, 2012

The development and maintenance of an organism is orchestrated by a set of chemical reactions that switch parts of the genome off and on at strategic times and locations. Learn how to control them!

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! / 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! / October 17, 2012

Childhood obesity is no laughing matter. As a matter of fact, almost 1 in 4 children and adolescents in the US is either overweight or obese. Today's show will give you effective ways to help your kids trim down.

Go Healthy For Good! / November 19, 2012

About 80 percent of children have at least one episode of otitis media by the time they are 3 years old, Of these nearly 50% will have already had at least 3 acutely painful episodes. On this episode, learn how to manage Otitis.

Go Healthy For Good! / October 28, 2014

The poppy seed contains morphine and codeine, plus synthetic derivatives like hydrocodone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and heroin. To find out more about the effects of opiate in your life, don't miss this episode.

Go Healthy For Good! / April 18, 2013

So what are the symptoms that parents need to watch for? Which children are more at risk? How can we protect our kids from depression? The answers to these questions coming straight ahead! Stay tuned.