Work-Arounds for the ‘Worst’ Holiday Foods (PKG)

One of the best parts of the holiday season is a big festive meal.  But what tastes good at the dinner table may not look so good on the scale the next day. Lindsay Malone, RD, offers tips on how to lighten up classic holiday foods. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG(HD.mov) Download Video NATS … Read More

Healthy Treat Swaps for Little Monsters (PKG)

Halloween night isn’t exactly known for healthy treats, but Jen Willoughby, RD, explains how it is possible to have a great treat bag that isn’t going to turn your little one into a real monster from eating too much sugar. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG(HD.mov) Download Video NATS ONLY (HD.mov) Download Audio (MP3) Download … Read More

A Shot Worth Taking: Debunking Flu Vaccine Myths (PKG)

It’s that time of the year – your doctor has probably already reminded you to get your annual flu shot. But many wonder, is it really worth it? Susan Rehm, M.D., debunks some common myths. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG(HD.mov) Download Video NATS ONLY (HD.mov) Download Audio (MP3) Download Text Web Article Download Web Video … Read More

Keeping Mom Healthy from Head to Toe (PKG)

As you’re thinking about ways to make Mom feel special on Mother’s Day – it’s also a good time to think about her health. Holly Thacker, M.D., gives tips on what tests every mom needs to stay healthy. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG (HD.mov) Download Video NATS ONLY (HD.mov) Download Audio (MP3) Download Text Web … Read More

Man Honors Heart Surgeon with Unique Thank You (PKG)

Meet an avid runner who says a simple ‘thank you’ wasn’t enough for Gosta Pettersson, MD, PhD, the heart surgeon who saved his life twice. Instead, he ran a marathon in Dr. Pettersson’s hometown – in Sweden. Download Script Download Web Article Download Audio (MP3) NOTE: Content is for media use only. Members of the media may download … Read More

Know Your Numbers for Heart Health (PKG)

Heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. Studies show it’s largely preventable when you know your risk factors, or numbers, and keep them in check. But according to a new survey, many Americans could use a refresher. Steven Nissen, M.D., comments. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality video and audio. … Read More

What to Do If You Have the Flu (PKG)

Flu season is here and cases are rising across the U.S. Susan Rehm, M.D., explains why you need to act fast if you suspect you have the flu because time is of the essence when it comes to treatment. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality video and audio. Please email us at ccnewsservice@ccf.org for … Read More

Study Determines Risk of Prescription Anti-inflammatory Drugs (Package)

Researchers find a popular arthritis drug does not increase heart-related complications, instead the study raises questions about two of the most commonly used prescription anti-inflammatories in the world. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality video and audio. Please email us at ccnewsservice@ccf.org for download information.

Debunking Breast Cancer Myths (PKG)

About one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime according to the American Cancer Society – making it one of the most common cancers in American women. But myths about the disease and treatment are common too. Rahul Tendulkar, M.D., weighs in on what women need to know. NOTE: Members of the … Read More

Habits that Fuel a Healthy Heart (PKG)

September 29th is World Heart Day. Cardiologist Leonardo Rodriguez, M.D., shares tips on what lifestyle factors impact and fuel heart health. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality video and audio. Please email us at ccnewsservice@ccf.org for download information.