Chemo Bath for Ovarian Cancer Extends Mom’s Life (PKG)

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. About 20,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, according to the CDC. Meet an Ohio mother whose ovarian cancer was virtually washed away – and has stayed away – thanks, in part, to a ‘chemo bath’ procedure. Download Script Download Video TRACKED PKG (HD.mov)* … Read More

Navigating New Car Seat Recommendations

For years, parents have learned that keeping a child rear-facing in a car seat until age two is the best practice, but new recommendations are advising parents to keep children in rear-facing seats beyond age two – and as long as possible. Purva Grover, M.D., explains. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound … Read More

Is a Diverse Diet Best for Your Waistline?

Many of us watch what we eat and try to make healthy choices, and eating a diverse diet might seem like a good place to start. But according to recent research, that may not be true. Wellness expert Michael Roizen, M.D., explains. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Healthy Reasons to Try Apple Picking This Fall

The first official day of fall is a great time for apple-picking with the whole family. Aside from getting outside and enjoying the weather, a registered dietitian explains why the apples you’re picking are good for you too. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 … Read More

Study: Nearly Half of Parents use Cell Phone while Driving

The dangers of distracted driving are well-known and well-documented. However, a recent study shows that many parents still use their hand-held devices, even while driving with their children in the car. 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 … Read More

More Americans are Walking, But Not Far Enough

According to a recent study, Americans are walking more often now than they were a decade ago, however, the results weren’t all good. Cleveland Clinic wellness expert Michael Roizen, 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 Audio … Read More

Is Too Much Sleep Bad for Your Health?

Not getting enough shut-eye can really wreak havoc on our health, but new research is showing that too much sleep might not be good for us either. 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 1 (MP3) … Read More

Weathering Health Hazards after a Storm

Baruch Fertel, M.D., explains the potential health risks that follow a large storm and how to stay safe in the aftermath. 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 1 (MP3) Download Audio Sound Bite 2 (MP3) … Read More

Keep the Family Healthy During the School Year

It’s no surprise that when kids head back to the classroom, sometimes they bring home more than homework. Dan Allan, M.D., gives tips on how to keep the sick days to a minimum this school year. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Highly Caffeinated Drinks Not Safe for Kids

Energy drinks are everywhere nowadays, but a registered dietitian explains why high levels of caffeine are not safe for growing bodies. 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 1 (MP3) Download Audio Sound Bite 2 (MP3) … Read More