Tea time: The difference between black, green, white and herbal teas

While brewed tea is likely one of the most popular beverages worldwide, there is surprisingly little research on its health benefits. Larry Santora, M.D., explains the difference between black, green, white and herbal teas.

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Infertility: The different psychological effects on men and women

Brennan Peterson, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Chapman University, explores the psychological effects of infertility and how they affect men and women differently.

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Laser cosmetic eyelid surgery requires less healing time

Eyelid surgery: Who needs it, what’s involved and how long does it take to heal? Howard Conn, M.D., a laser cosmetic surgeon in Irvine, Calif., explains and demonstrates all aspects of this cosmetic procedure.

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Colorectal cancer screening for men and women

Colorectal cancer is a disease that equally affects both men and women. George Moro, M.D., co-director of the Colorectal Program at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, Calif., explores symptoms and treatment.

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Is organic food worth the cost?

Larry Santora, M.D., expains which organic foods are worth the extra cost and which are not.

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Resources for severe pain management

Melvyn Sterling, M.D., co-director of the Palliative Care Program at St. Joseph Hospital, in Orange, Calif., explains how palliative medicine, the area of medicine that focuses on the management of pain symptoms, helps patients.

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Short bursts of exercise are beneficial

You’re busy, but you can squeeze these quick exercise sessions into your routine.

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Diabetes: Advances in treatment

Herbert Rettinger, M.D., clinical professor of medicine at University of California, Irvine, explains why nearly eight percent of the population in the United States has diabetes and describes the latest treatment for the disease.

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When someone you love snores

Stop sawing that log: There are many non-surgical and surgical treatments for people who snore. Edward Lee, M.D., an otolaryngologist, explains why people snore and what can be done about it.

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This is not your father’s hearing aid

Katy Sullivan, Au.D., director of audiology at the nonprofit Providence Speech and Hearing Center in Orange, Calif., explains how best to protect your hearing and demonstrates the latest in unobtrusive hearing aids — including blue-tooth models.

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