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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

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
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