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How Serious Are Heart Murmurs in Kids? with Rashmi Rao, MD
Learning that your child has a heart murmur can bring instant worry and questions. Is the condition serious? Does it signal a heart defect? Are there long-term concerns of heart disease? Pediatric cardiologist Rashmi Rao has your answers in this podcast.Play Now
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March 15, 2023
Nervous Poops: Why A #2 Hits At The #1 Worst Time with Dr. Christine Lee
A major moment in your life awaits when an unfortunate urge hits. You need to poop, immediately. So, what's going on downstairs to prompt these nervous poops? Better yet, how can you gain some control over it? Gastroenterologist Christine Lee has your answers.Play Now
March 2, 2023
Can Your Eyes Change Color? with Nicole Bajic, MD
No two people on Earth have the same color eyes, but is it possible for your one-of-a-kind shade to change over time? Dr. Nicole Bajic, an ophthalmologist, has your answer in this podcast.Play Now
February 28, 2023
Let’s Talk About Fruit: What’s Good and What’s Better? with Beth Czerwony, RD
What's the healthiest fruit to eat? And what types of fruit should you limit or avoid? Registered dietitian Beth Czerwony has the answers to help you become a produce aisle expert.Play Now
February 22, 2023
The Mediterranean Diet: What Your Heart Desires with Julia Zumpano, RD
There’s a reason why the Mediterranean Diet serves as the bedrock for heart-healthy living: It works. People who adopt the eating plan tend to live longer and avoid cardiac issues. Listen in as registered dietitian Julia Zumpano explains the foods and general guidelines of the diet.Play Now