ER or Not: Broken Blood Vessel in Eye

Jan 26, 2021

A broken blood vessel in the eye can look nasty. But is it worth a trip to the ER? Emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen talks about when you should seek emergency help and when you can just see your ophthalmologist....

67: Ask a Sports Medicine Doc

Jan 26, 2021

Dr. Chris Gee answers listener questions: what does KT tape do, rotator cuff rehabilitation without surgery, and why do I get muscle cramps and how can I make them stop? Producer Mitch has a question about his medical chart....

E8: 7 Domains of Mental Health

Jan 25, 2021

We'd all like to have a good, stable state of mind. But the criteria for "good" mental health isn't always black or white. Mental health affects all of us—regardless of gender or age—but is mental health part of the physical or emotional domain? Or both? Psychiatry residents—and hosts of the ...

Moody Teenager or Depression?

Jan 25, 2021

Most teenagers experience changes in their mood and emotions during puberty, whether it be trying to isolate themselves in their room, not wanting to do things with the family, or general irritability. These can also be the signs of depression. Psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Conover explains what questions...

Will a Septoplasty Fix Snoring and Improve Sleep?

Jan 22, 2021

The nasal surgery to straighten a deviated septum, or a septoplasty, is commonly thought of as a way to improve a person’s sleep. According to ENT physician Dr. Marc Error, the surgery is not a reliable treatment for sleep issues. Find out what the procedure is good at treating and what ...

S4E1: Be Fearless

Jan 21, 2021

BUNDLE OF HERS returns with more conversations and stories. Now, more than ever, it's important to listen to untold and underrepresented voices. In the first episode of season four, we talk about our hopes and goals for the future, and what it means to be fearless as we move forward....

What Is Pigeon Chest and How Is it Treated?

Jan 19, 2021

Pectus carinatum or pigeon chest, is a genetic disorder that makes the chest wall jut out during puberty. While the condition may cause only minor physical issues, it can have a significant impact on a teenager’s self-esteem. Pediatric surgeon Dr. Stephen Fenton explains what causes the condition ...

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