with Dr. Tom Miller
Dr. Tom Miller, Chief Medical Officer and Internal Medicine at University of Utah Hospital, talks to medical experts about a wide array of health topics.
If you have rectal bleeding, it could be due to a hemorrhoid. But first you should see a health care professional to rule out other more serious causes, including rectal cancerâ€”especially if bleeding is persistent. If you know for sure itâ€™s hemorrhoids, there are some things you can do at home ... Read More
There are three types of bariatric weight loss surgery. Which one you need depends on your specific circumstances. The gold standard for weight loss is still gastric bypass and thatâ€™s the best option for the majority of patients. The other two procedures are sleeve gastrectomy and adjustable ... Read More
When health concerns like H1N1 or Ebola become a public health issue, should you avoid the ER to decrease your chances of catching the virus? From the University of Utah, Dr. Tom Miller and emergency room physician Dr. Robert Stephen talk about ER safety protocols when there is an outbreak of a ... Read More
When you start sneezing and your nose starts running, is it allergies or a sinus infection? It can be difficult to distinguish the two, especially during the colder months. Dr. Tom Miller talks to otolaryngologist, Dr. Jeremiah Alt, about the differences between allergic rhinitis versus the common ... Read More