Beer has been around for thousands of years, and it has many healthy benefits. Larry Santora, M.D., explores the good side of one of our favorite libations.
From injection therapy to a new, less-invasive partial knee-replacement surgery, orthopedic surgeon Eric Lee, M.D., explains the many different treatments for knee problems.
Eating like prehistoric hunters and gatherers provides a very clean diet, but is it a sustainable nutrition plan for modern human beings? Larry Santora, M.D., explores the trendy paleo diet and how it works.
Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness, and currently there is no cure. Often glaucoma has no symptoms until very late in the course of the disease, and once you have vision loss from glaucoma, you won’t get it back. Many patients may not notice the slow progression of the condition as their vision gradually diminishes. Ophthalmologist Laura Howard, M.D., of MD Eye Care in Orange, Calif., explains the symptoms and treatments for this disease.
Focusing on decreasing pain and being more mobile, chiropractor Mike Milinkovic, D.C., demonstrates the latest and more precise treatments for chiropractic care in older adults.
Some medications, like effervescent tablets, are effective, but a daily dose may contain more sodium than you should intake in a day. Larry Santora, M.D., examines the salt content in both over-the-counter and prescription medications and suggests alternatives.
The approach to diagnosing and treating prostate cancer has changed drastically in just the last few years. Surgery may not be the best answer. Urologist Martin Weissman, M.D., shares information that’s important for all men to understand.
Many women suffer from pelvic pain, problems with libido, arousal and orgasm and sometimes incontinence, and there are a number of ways to treat and understand these health issues. Melanie Santos, M.D., a specialist in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, explores these conditions and explains a number of different treatment options.