Experts Recommend Screen Time Limits for Parents Too

Parents are always instructed to keep their child’s screen time to a minimum. But now, experts say screen time limits for parents are a good idea too. Download Script Download Text Web Story 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

Missed Your Flu Shot? It’s Not Too Late

The first week of December is ‘National Influenza Vaccination Week’ and believe it or not – even if you haven’t received your annual flu shot – it’s not too late to protect yourself for the season. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download … Read More

Give Your Child a Healthy Start on Social Media (PKG)

Is your pre-teen wishing for a device to access social media this holiday season? An adolescent psychiatrist gives tips for parents on how to get children off to a healthy start when it comes to social media use. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video TRACKED PKG (HD.mov) Download Video NATS ONLY (HD.mov) Download … Read More

Thousands of Children Injured Each Year in Infant-Walkers

A recent study shows that despite increased safety standards, infant walkers are still associated with thousands of injuries to children each year. Download Script Download Text Web Story 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 … Read More

Does Snow Shovel Type Impact Back Pain?

As a winter snow storm bears down on parts of the country, many will find themselves shoveling out for the first time this season. A chiropractor explains that the type of snow shovel you use doesn’t matter as much as how you use it. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video Sound Bite 1 … Read More

Study: More Exercise Linked to Delayed Onset of Alzheimer’s

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. We’ve known for years that exercise is good for our bodies, but a recent study looks at how exercise may impact people with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download Video B-roll (HD.mov)* Download Audio Sound … Read More

Bring Home Gifts, Not Germs, on Black Friday

Black Friday is everyone’s favorite day to hit the stores to score some deals. But standing in long lines and navigating crowded stores can leave you vulnerable to picking up more than holiday presents. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound Bite 2 (HD.mov)* Download Video B-roll … Read More

Time to Sit Down and Talk Turkey (Family Health History)

Thanksgiving Day is also National Family History Day – a time to ‘talk turkey’ with your loved ones about health. Download Script Download Text Web Story 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) NOTE: … Read More

Study: No Level of Alcohol is Safe

Thanksgiving eve is one of the biggest party nights of the year, but there’s something you should know before heading out for those holiday drinks. According to a recent study, even casual drinking can put your long-term health at risk. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video Sound Bite 1 (HD.mov)* Download Video Sound … Read More

E Coli – When it’s Time to Seek Care

The CDC is warning consumers to avoid eating romaine lettuce products due to an outbreak of a dangerous strain of E. coli bacteria. Baruch Fertel, M.D., explains why this particular strain of E. coli is especially dangerous. Download Script Download Text Web Story Download Video NOTE: *Content is property of Cleveland Clinic and for news media use … Read More