July 23, 2014
Chronic coughers may think they have asthma, but millions of Americans have a cough that doesn’t begin in the lungs– it begins in the gut. We’ll talk about silent airway reflux, its symptoms and how to stop it. We’ll also hear why doctors feel contraceptives are essential to wellness, and learn how mother nature is inspiring medical innovations.
July 16, 2014
If you’d like to start running, but wish it involved more zombies, you’re in luck! Non- traditional races are now far more popular than your standard 10K. We’ll examine the meteoric rise of the fun run. And with 75 million Americans turning 60 or more, we’ll learn how to make the most of our later years. Plus, we’ll get the latest nutrition news.
July 9, 2014
When it comes to matters of the heart, men and women have been known to react differently. This is true both emotionally and biologically. This hour, we’ll discuss some new guidelines for risk and treatment of heart disease in women. We’ll also learn how facial recognition technology can predict longevity, and some news on binge drinking.
July 2, 2014
Side sleepers…back sleepers… everyone has a preference when it comes to getting zzzzzs. But for infants, experts recommend strict sleep guidelines. We’ll learn the ABCs of infant safe sleep, and how they’re saving lives. We’ll also get an update on the measles outbreak in Ohio’s Amish country, and a look at everyday mobility saboteurs.
June 25, 2014
Warning: Mayonnaise ahead. Summer is prime time for delicious treats and nutritional hazards. This hour we’ll learn healthy ways to enjoy picnics and barbecues. We’ll also discuss the importance of oral health and get the latest on some Ohio legislation to expand dental access. Then, it’s all about strategies for a bug-free season.
June 11, 2014
The paleo diet says modern humans should eat like cavemen. But saber-toothed squirrels aren’t cheap, so some are using the diet as license to load up on butter and cheese. We’ll see what science says about a stone age approach to food. We’ll also learn about a tiny device giving hope to heart failure patients. Plus, the latest news in sun safety.
June 4, 2014
After a session at the gym, most of us race to scrub away the germs. But the key to fighting odor-causing bacteria might be…more bacteria. We’ll look at the science behind skipping the soap and using microbes to stay clean. We’ll also learn how to get buff biceps and a strong core without leaving the house, and get the latest in heart health.
May 28, 2014
Golf may not require the strength of football or the agility of gymnastics, but if you’re gonna putt your way to victory, proper fitness and nutrition are essential. We’re broadcasting live today from the Muirfield Memorial Tournament and we’ll look at the relatively recent push to get athletes at the top of their game on the edge of the green.
May 21, 2014
Of the 1.5 million people diagnosed with cancer this year, many will lose their energy, their appetite and their hair, but not their sense of humor. We’ll hear funny healing narratives on living well with cancer and without hair. We’ll also talk about the MD’s response to domestic abuse, and about a local contest to improve patients’ lives.
May 14, 2014
Hepatitis C has now surpassed HIV as the top chronic infection leading to death. There are some new treatments, but they cost $1,000 per pill. This hour, we’ll talk about who’s getting treatment, who has to wait, and who’s paying the bill. We’ll also learn what local schools are doing to combat childhood obesity, and the latest nutrition tips.