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When Food Poisoning Strikes with Dr. Christine Lee
Bacteria, viruses and parasites are all around us. But when harmful ones make their way into our food supply, they can wreak havoc on our digestive systems. Learn what to do when you hear about a food recall and tips for preparing food safely in your own house from gastroenterologist Christine Lee, MD.Play Now
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May 15, 2019
Women and Stroke: Understanding the Risk Factors with Dr. Shazam Hussain
Women are more likely to have a stroke than men. That’s partially because they tend to live longer, and age is the biggest risk factor for stroke. But women also have some unique, hormone-related risk factors. Neurologist Shazam Hussain, MD, explains.Play Now
May 8, 2019
Better Sleep for Your Tired Teens with Dr. Sally Ibrahim
Is it bad for your teen’s sleep schedule to let them stay up late on the weekends? And how much sleep should they actually be getting? Pediatric sleep expert Sally Ibrahim, MD, has those answers and more expert advice to help you make sure your children get the rest they need.Play Now
May 1, 2019
Neck & Back Pain: Causes, Treatment and Everything In-between with Dr. Edward Benzel (49:25)
Whether it’s acute pain or chronic pain – neck and back discomfort can derail your plans and put your life on hold. Neurosurgeon Edward Benzel, MD, discusses everything from the symptoms of aging, to conservative therapy and surgery. Learn about what it means to “throw your back out” and what therapies and techniques might be options for you.Play Now
April 24, 2019
What Can Go Wrong in the Upper GI Tract with Dr. Christine Lee (38:27)
The upper portion of your digestive system spans from your mouth to the first part of your small intestine. Gastroenterologist Christine Lee, MD, talks through some of the most common upper GI problems, from GERD to peptic ulcers and lactose intolerance.Play Now