Ask Dr. Mike: Hormones, Vitamin E, Dementia & Hot Flashes09/18/14
Dr. Mike provides the answers to a wealth of health and wellness questions.Here you'll find the answers to a wealth of health and wellness questions posed by Healthy Talk fans. Listen in because what you know helps ensure healthy choices you can live...
The Bridge Between Stress and Heart Attacks
A recent Harvard Medical School study implicates white blood cells as the bridge between stress and heart attacks.In today's world, stress has become a force to be reckoned with. Whether it's rushing to get to a work meeting, an unpleasant fight with...
Obesogens: Are Environmental Toxins Causing You to Gain Weight?
Studies suggest toxins like obesogens can greatly contribute to both weight gain and the inability to lose weight.There are over 70,000 industrial chemicals in your environment and 1,000 toxins are introduced every year. In fact, there are roughly...
Thrown Out Your Back? Flexibility May Decrease Your Back Pain
Stretching can help prevent and also lower your back pain.If you've slept wrong, twisted the wrong way during a yoga session or lifted too much weight, you might have experienced some back pain. When you have back pain, it makes everything else...
Eating Chocolate May Improve Your Circulation
Did you know that in small doses dark chocolate is healthy?For years, you might have been told that consuming chocolate is unhealthy and can lead to health complications later on in your life.Recently, numerous studies have found that consuming a...
Bullying: Help Your Child Avoid Being the Target
How can we help our child avoid being bullied? Are there strategies we can teach our children to help them NOT be the subject of the local bully?Whether on the school playground or in the neighborhood park, children sometimes find themselves the...
Disciplining Your Child: Is Spanking Ever Ok?
You will have days when it seems impossible to get your child to behave. But there are ways to ease frustration and avoid unnecessary conflict with your child.You will have days when it seems impossible to get your child to behave. But there are ways...
Reports of a Severe Respiratory Illness on the Rise
Parts of the U.S. are experiencing an outbreak of respiratory illness that has sent hundreds of children to the hospital. Listen for important information regarding this very serious outbreak.Parts of the U.S. are experiencing an outbreak of...
Health and Fitness after 40: It's Never To Late
It's never to late in life to start or continue with health and fitness. You too can be fit and at your best, even over 50!Health and fitness are essential to a long life and it's never to late to start.Whether you want to just feel better or maybe...
Injury Avoidance Tips From the Running Doc
Advice fromLewis G. Maharam, MD (aka The Running Doc) can help prevent injuries while running. Whether its a marathon or your personal best!Shin splints, arch issues and pulled hamstrings are just a few of the injuries that can result from hitting the...
Marathon Season is Here: Training Tips From The Running Doc
Getting ready for marathon season takes plenty of preparation. The running doc has your best tips for training!It's marathon time again, are you ready?Getting ready for the long one's takes special training.Endurance, diet and stretching are important...
How to Sleep Better When Traveling
What are some things you can do to help promote healthy sleep while you're away from home?When you have to travel for work or if you're finally on your way to a vacation, one of the biggest concerns of your trip might be getting enough sleep....
When Do You Need CareFlight Air Responses?
If you have an emergency but cannot be reached by an ambulance, what are your options?What if you or a loved one had an emergency trauma but were out of reach of an ambulance? Are you able to be airlifted to the nearest hospital?CareFlight is a...
Hour 2: YOU The Owner's Manual Radio 9.13.14
News of the week, toxic dangers, and helpful health tips. You don't want to miss this!Straight talk from You Doc, Michael Roizen, MD. Dr. Mike and co-host Joe Galuski discuss more of the most prevalent health news you need to know from the past week....
The Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease
Shaking or tremors are typical symptoms of Parkinson's. But, many people don't know about less obvious signs, such as loss of smell or dizziness.With Parkinson's disease in the headlines lately, most recently surrounding Robin Williams, you may be...
Hour 1: YOU The Owner's Manual Radio 9.13.14
Join Dr. Roizen and his expert guests for the latest health news, wellness advice and most up-to-date research from around the world.World-renowned physician, Dr. Michael Roizen, MD, continues to update your understanding of the meaning of health by...
A Forensic Pathologist Takes You Inside a Morgue
What is thesecret story of the real morgue?Just two months before the September 11 terrorist attacks, Dr. Judy Melinek began her training as a New York City forensic pathologist. With her co-author husband T.J. Mitchell holding down the home front,...
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 old in the Midwest have been infected by a mysterious respiratory virus.The recent outbreak of an uncommon respiratory illness has affected nearly a dozen...
You Should Get Your Prostate Checked!
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, do you know the importance of checking your prostate health?Prostate cancer occurs in the prostate gland, which is a small sized structure that makes up part of the males reproductive system.Aside from...
Fats vs Sugars: Which Should You Avoid?
Added sugar has become so prevalent in food that it makes up 13 percent of calories consumed.You might remember years ago when fat-free and low-fat foods were taking over grocery stores and restaurant menus due to the belief fats caused heart disease...
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