Latest Family Health & Wellness Shows

When Should I Go to the ER for Diarrhea?

May 30, 2018

Diarrhea is a not-so-pleasant condition we have all experienced at one point or another. But what should you do if it lasts longer than a day? Emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen talks about how to treat the problem of diarrhea and what symptoms mean you should seek your doctor’s help....

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An ER Doctor's Diagnosis: Severe Stomach Pain

May 22, 2018

Have an extreme pain or discomfort in your stomach? Has it lasted longer than five minutes? Many sufferers avoid going to the emergency room for fear they’ll just be told it’s nothing and then sent home. As a follow-up to “ER or Not: Severe Stomach Pain,” emergency physician Dr. Troy Madsen ...

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ER or Not: Severe Back Pain

May 11, 2018

Should you go to the ER for back pain? In this episode of ER or Not, emergency room physician Dr. Troy Madsen details the two symptoms you should be looking for that could be signs of something requiring immediate emergency care. The second one might surprise you....

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How to Prevent Kidney Stones

Apr 20, 2018

In the past few years, doctors have seen a 30 percent increase to kidney stone cases in the United States. On this Health Minute, urologist Dr. Gary Faerber explains the cause of this increase and shares some tips to lessen your risk of forming a kidney stone. Learn more about this topic in the ...

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Health Minute: Get Your Flu Shot

Oct 20, 2017

It is not too soon to get your flu shot. In fact, according to Dr. Julie Day, the earlier you can get your flu shot, the better. On today's Health Minute, find out how the flu shot works and three important reasons to get your shot as soon as possible....

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Help Your Kid Adjust to a New Baby in the Family

Oct 2, 2017

Older siblings might not always be thrilled with the arrival of a new baby. Sibling rivalry could kick in, but there are steps parents can take to ease the transition and allay your older child's concerns. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner says involving your older child with preparations, such as ...

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Listener Question: Can I Take My Friend's Sleeping Pills?

Sep 21, 2017

If you're having trouble sleeping and ran out of sleeping pills, is it okay to 'borrow' a pill or two from a friend? Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones explains why it is never ideal to 'borrow' any sort of medication from other people, regardless of the situation....

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