S5E22: Survey Fallacies

Jun 6, 2022

Throughout our formal education and extending into our professional careers, most of us will have participated in some form of mandatory surveys, ranging from feedback for thought leaders to problem-solving conflict resolutions. You provide your thoughts and opinions... then what? The ideal is ...

103: How Emotional Availability Can Improve Your Life

May 31, 2022

As men, it can sometimes be difficult to know what to do with your own emotions, let alone the feelings of others. While we might not have learned 'emotional availability' growing up, that doesn't mean we can't learn now. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones, host of 7 Domains of Women's Health, joins the Who ...

Does My Child Have a Sensory Disorder?

May 30, 2022

Sensory disorders in children have recently been added as an official psychiatric diagnosis and are estimated to impact as many as 15% of kids in the US. These conditions are marked by a significant sensitivity to sounds, textures, tastes, or brightness and can be quite disruptive to their behavior ...

S5E21: Reconnecting with our Inner Child

May 27, 2022

Awareness of your inner child can bring more fulfilled, lighter, carefree years during adulthood. Inner Child Work is healing childhood experiences and recognizing how those experiences come out in the way we behave and react as adults. Reconnecting with one’s inner child is evaluating and healing...

102: Men's Health Essentials — Testosterone

May 24, 2022

Seems like every ad you see these days has some new claim about testosterone. It’ll give you energy, build muscle, keep you young, and so on. But is any of that true? John Smith, MD, give the guys the lowdown on testosterone replacement therapy and what it can actually do for men with low levels ...

Contact Dermatitis Could Be the Culprit for Your Child’s Rash

May 23, 2022

Have you ever put a piece of clothing or jewelry on your child to have them break out in a rash or hives? It’s called contact dermatitis, and it’s more common than you may think. Cindy Gellner, MD, explains the condition and how you can treat and prevent those itchy rashes your kid may get with ...

Why You Shouldn’t Pop that Cyst on Your Wrist

May 18, 2022

A ganglion cyst is a large fluid-filled cyst that forms on joints and is commonly found on wrists. Despite what you may see on social media, popping this type of growth with a needle or thumping it with a big book is the very last thing you want to do. Hand specialist Brad Rockwell, MD, explains ...

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