Children with Autism Less Likely to Receive Vaccines

April is National Autism Awareness Month. A recent study compares the vaccine rates of children with autism with the rates of their peers. Veena Ahuja, M.D., separates fact from fiction when it comes to vaccines and autism. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* … Read More

Study Says Picky Eating May Be Genetic

Every parent has likely dealt with a picky eater at one time or another. Now, a recent study says that a child’s genetics could make them less inclined to try new foods. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download Video B-roll (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Study Looks at How Aspirin Interacts with Pain Relievers

New research shows adding aspirin to popular prescription arthritis drugs slightly changes how they interact with your cardiovascular system but, for the most part, they’re safe to take together. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download Video B-roll (HD.mov)* Download Audio Sound Bite … Read More

Ditch the Digital Babysitter

Many parents have likely given their child a device or screen to entertain or occupy them, but some estimates suggest kids are watching 5-7 hours of screen time each day. Joe Austerman, D.O., explains the ramifications of too much screen time for children. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* … Read More

Study: Many are Taking Too Much Ibuprofen

It’s fairly common to take a few ibuprofen to relieve a headache or muscle aches, but according to a recent study, many people are taking more than the recommended dose of these medications, which can lead to dangerous side effects. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound … Read More

Many Infants are Fed Solid Foods Too Early

Current recommendations say that parents should hold off on giving their babies foods other than breast milk or formula until they are about six months old. However, a recent study shows that many babies are fed complimentary foods much too soon. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video … Read More

Take Action Early to Combat Seasonal Allergies

Spring and summer often go hand-in-hand with sniffling, sneezing and itching.  If seasonal allergies tend to get the best of you, Sandra Hong, M.D., explains why it’s a good idea to see your allergist sooner than later to keep symptoms at bay. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Get Back Into the Swing of Golf without Injury

As we head into the Masters Tournament weekend, many seasonal golfers are looking forward to getting back out on the course. But Jeff Sords, PT, DPT explains why if you’ve spent the winter months physically dormant, you could be setting yourself up for a golf injury come spring. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download … Read More