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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

Medical News of the Week: Smallpox

Smallpox has officially been eradicated since 1979, but recently made national news when small amounts of live virus were found completely unprotected.
Guest: Dr. Jeff Runge

What to Keep in a First Aid Kit

Whether you're in your home, taking a day trip or on an extended vacation, learn which first aid items you should always keep on hand.
Guest: Dr. Angelique Campen

Dating Violence Among Adolescents

A recent Annals of Emergency Medicine study says one in five girls and one in eight boys reported dating violence in the past year.
Guest: Dr. Vijay Singh

Herbal Supplements & Rx Meds: A Recipe for Disaster

Many people take both Rx meds and supplements in hopes of improving health, but the potential interactions may make things worse.
Guest: Dr. Gerald O’Malley

Medical News of the Week: Why Are More Young People Having Strokes?

Recent statistics indicate that while stroke has been declining in the elderly, occurrence on the rise in people under 50.
Guest: Dr. Angelique Campen

Top Summer Food Safety Tips

With all the Backyard BBQs, picnics and parties, have you ever thought how safe your food is out in the hot summer sun?
Guest: Dr. David John

Don't Let Water Activities Lead to Tragedy this Summer

According to the CDC, approximately 10 people die from unintentional drowning every day.
Guest: Dr. Howard Mell

Summer Safety: Preventing Against Tick-Borne Disease

Lyme disease often takes the forefront when considering tick-borne illnesses, but other tick-borne diseases can be equally dangerous.
Guest: Dr. Hans House

Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Virus Could Be a Viable Threat in U.S.

Aside from being pesky, the recent spread of mosquito-related illnesses is now posing a real threat to the U.S.
Guest: Dr. Bret Nicks

Medical News of the Week: Why Are Measles Making a Comeback in the U.S.?

The CDC says that they are seeing the highest number of measles cases in the US since 2000.
Guest: Dr. Bruce Lobitz
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