September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Meet a young father who stayed on top of his symptoms and family history to beat prostate cancer, all while raising four young children after losing his wife to breast cancer. Embed code for web: <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/QWbIvtZC9dk” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality … Read More
A new survey shows many men are often stumped when it comes to important health screenings. Edmund Sabanegh, MD talks about tests that cause the most confusion, and what should be a priority.
About 12 percent of people in the U.S. suffer from a serious form of artery disease where blood flow is blocked in the legs putting them at risk for amputation. Meet one brave woman who, thanks to a few stents, wires and balloons, can dig both feet into the sand this summer. NOTE: Members of … Read More
Summer is a great time for a trip to the amusement park with the whole family. While rides are thrilling and fun – a long day, heat and sun can create a miserable mix. Pediatrician Richard So, M.D., has a few tips that’ll keep everyone feeling amused. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast … Read More
Meet a blind Ohio man who will appreciate seeing his grandchildren more than most Grandpa’s do this Father’s Day – thanks to a ‘bionic eye’ implant which allows him to see again. Aleksandra Rachitskaya, M.D. comments. NOTE: Members of the media may download video, audio, script and web assets using the above links. *For a NATS ONLY version, … Read More
The Friday before Memorial Day is “Don’t Fry Day” – a skin cancer awareness day. Pediatric dermatologist, Joan Tamburro, D.O., has tips on how to protect your little ones and keep them from frying in the sun this weekend. NOTE: Video, audio, script and web article can be downloaded using the above links. *For a … Read More