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Ebola in West Africa: What Can Be Done?

With all the news surrounding the situation in the United States, it's easy to lose focus of the major Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the thousands killed by it.
Guest: Rade B. Vukmir, MD & David C. Pigott, MD

Travel Bans: Help or Hinder the Fight Against Ebola?

The World Health Organization (WHO) is against any travel ban from West African countries that have been affected by Ebola. Why?
Guest: Rade B. Vukmir, MD & David C. Pigott, MD

Are Emergency Departments Prepared to Handle Ebola?

Emergency departments are the nation's front line for all medical emergencies, including the current Ebola situation in the United States.
Guest: Rade B. Vukmir, MD & David C. Pigott, MD

What are the Real Risks of Ebola to the Public?

When and how can a person who is infected with Ebola give it to another person?
Guest: Rade B. Vukmir, MD & David C. Pigott, MD

Ebola 101: What You May Have Missed about the Virus

Every day there seems to be something new about the Ebola virus, which may lead you to question everything you've previously thought.
Guest: Rade Vukmir, MD & David Pigott, MD

Medical News of the Week: Mysterious Respiratory Virus

More than 10 states and over 1,000 children ranging from the ages of 15 months to 18 years in the Midwest have been infected by a mysterious respiratory virus.
Guest: Dr. Robert Glatter

You Should Get Your Prostate Checked!

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Do you know the importance of checking your prostate health?
Guest: Dr. Anup Shah

Fats vs. Sugars: Which Should You Avoid?

Added sugar has become so prevalent in food that it makes up 13 percent of calories consumed.
Guest: Dr. Gunjan Kahlon

Migraine Pain? A New Treatment in the ER Could Put an End to Your Suffering

Migraines can cause excruciating pain and discomfort. Is there a new hope for a non-invasive treatment option?
Guest: Dr. Robert Fischell

The Headache You Can’t & Shouldn't Ignore

One of the warning signs that a brain aneurysm has ruptured is a massive, overbearing headache.
Guest: Dr. Diana Fite

News of the Week: Suicide & Depression

The recent tragic suicide of Robin Williams highlights the national problem of depression and suicide.
Guest: Dr. Louise Andrew

Hidden Dangers of Powder Caffeine

Did you know that one teaspoon of powdered caffeine is equivalent to 30 cups of coffee?
Guest: Dr. Stephen Anderson

Malnourished in the ER: Why Are Seniors Not Eating?

According to a recent study, many older adults who visit the ER are either malnourished or at risk for malnutrition.
Guest: Dr. Timothy Platts-Mills

Should Your Kids Be Vaccinated?

August is National Immunization Month; the goal being to increase awareness as to the benefits of vaccines.
Guest: Dr. Al Sacchetti

Ebola Primer: How ERs Are Preparing

Ebola is one of the most deadly viruses in existence, with a fatality rate close to 90 percent.
Guest: Dr. Rade Vukmir
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