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

Research Links Heart and Brain Health

New research is showing what’s good for our hearts, might be good for our brains as well. Marwan Sabbagh, M.D., comments. 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

Don’t Let Fall Allergies Disrupt Learning

More than five million children have seasonal allergies, or hay fever, according to the CDC. Sandra Hong, M.D., explains how to help keep seasonal or chronic allergy symptoms from impacting kids in the classroom. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download Video B-roll … Read More

Gaming: How Much is Too Much?

Earlier this year, the World Health Organization made headlines when they announced that ‘gaming’ would be added to the international classification of diseases. Joe Austerman, D.O., talks about how much is too much when it comes to gaming. Download Script Download Text Web Article Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 … Read More

Close Relationship with Grandparents Benefits Grandchildren

Sunday September 9 is Grandparents’ Day. Research shows that having a close relationship with grandparents can provide a benefit for children both now and later. 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 … Read More

Survey Shows Many Men Not Proactive about Health (Package)

According to a new Cleveland Clinic survey many men don’t see the doctor as often as they should. Ryan Berglund, MD comments on the survey results. Download Script Download Tracked Video Package (HD.mov) Download NATS Only Video Package (HD.mov) Download Audio Only (MP3) Download Text Web Article Web video – embed code: <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ … Read More