Home Safety Tips for New Parents (PKG)

Bringing home a new baby can be both exciting and terrifying. And with so much home safety information available to new parents, it can be easy for them to become overwhelmed.  Eva Kubiczek-Love, M.D., explains some important, but sometimes overlooked, safety tips for new parents. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG(HD.mov) Download Video NATS ONLY … Read More

Positive Parenting Makes a Difference for Children with ADHD

Parenting young children often comes with daily challenges, and for parents who have children with ADHD and extreme emotional reactions, the challenges can be significant. A recent study shows that parenting styles can make a difference. Michael Manos, Ph.D., explains. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound … Read More

Almost All U.S. Bedrooms are Home to Allergens

If you’re thinking about procrastinating your spring cleaning, a recent study might change your mind.  Recent research revealed that almost all U.S. homes contain at least one problematic allergen. Sandra Hong, M.D., explains. 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)* … Read More

Elastic Therapeutic Tape: Can it Help?

You may have seen athletes on the court, on the field, or even on the ice sporting large strips of tape over their muscles. Dominic King, D.O., explains why physical therapists use elastic therapeutic tape and what it can and cannot do. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

What Really Makes Us Sick (Fact vs. Fiction)

Most of us were probably told by our grandmothers that going outside in the winter without a hat on will result in catching a cold, but is that really true? Dan Allan, M.D., separates fact from fiction when it comes to what actually causes us to get sick. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download … Read More

Women Benefit from Heart Devices but Receive Fewer

For those who are suffering heart failure or who have an irregular heartbeat, an implantable heart device can be a life-saver. Niraj Varma, M.D., explains a recent Cleveland Clinic study which showed that overall, women receive these devices less often than men. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Dealing with Challenging Co-Workers

Unless you work from home, chances are you have to work with a number of different people with different personalities – and sometimes they just don’t mesh. Scott Bea, PsyD, gives tips for keeping your cool when it comes to challenging co-workers. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Study: Fast Walkers have Lower Heart Disease Risk

Most of us likely don’t pay too much attention to how fast we walk. But, a recent study suggests that your walking speed might be tied to your risk for developing heart disease. Haitham Ahmed, M.D., comments. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* … Read More

Can Being Married Reduce Dementia Risk?

While married couples exchange Valentines, according to recent research, they may also be able to thank their spouse for another gift – a lowered risk of developing dementia. James Leverenz, M.D., explains. 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

Cold Remedy Fact and Fiction

At the first sign of a cold, many of us turn to chicken noodle soup, tea, Echinacea and other home remedies – but do any of them really work? Dan Allan, M.D., separates fact from fiction when it comes to popular cold remedies. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* … Read More