Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
Watch Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Season 17
Dyslipidemia: Getting Your Cholesterol Under Control
aired: Wed, Jul 14, 2010
This program will educate the audience about Dyslipidemia and Cholesterol Management and will focus on risk assessment (blood test, family history, imaging, etc.).
Innovations in Liver Transplantation
aired: Wed, Jul 7, 2010
In this program we will highlight the advances in Liver Transplantation surgery over the years.
Coping with Chronic Pain
aired: Wed, Jun 23, 2010
This program is to educate patients about the importance of being proactive and a partner in their own health-care. We believe by working together with their providers patients may help to improve the outcome of their condition.
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Back to Full Stride: Knee Replacement Surgery
aired: Wed, Oct 21, 2009
In this program we'll meet surgeons who are experts in knee replacements. Plus we'll hear from their patients who will detail what lead them to opt for knee replacement operations and see what a difference these replacements have made in their lives.
GERD and Obesity: What's the Connection?
aired: Wed, Sep 30, 2009
In this program we take a closer look at reflux disease and its connection to obesity and other medical conditions. Plus we discuss the latest treatments and therapies to help bring this condition under control.
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Insomnia: Waking up at Night
aired: Wed, Sep 9, 2009
In this program we explore the problem of nocturnal awakening and see what can be done to treat it. We speak with the experts who discuss the scientific aspects of sleep disorders and patients who share their secrets to getting a good night's sleep.
Understanding Hereditary Angioedema: A Mysterious Out-of-Control Immune Response
aired: Wed, Aug 26, 2009
In this program we’ll hear what the experts have discovered about hereditary angioedema, see why it is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed and explore the new approaches to therapy.
New Treatments for People With Type II Diabetes
aired: Wed, Aug 12, 2009
The treatments available for people with Type II Diabetes work differently with each patient and depend largely on the patient's specific needs.
Deadly Blood Clots: the Dangers of Venous Thromboembolism
aired: Wed, Aug 5, 2009
In this program we will examine the symptoms and risk factors of venous thromboembolism, see who should be tested for clotting disorders and highlight the latest treatments.
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Japanese Encephalitis: a Hidden Danger for Travelers
aired: Wed, May 20, 2009
In this program we see why it's important travelers especially those to Asian countries learn how to protect themselves from Japanese Encephalitis.
Saving the Spine: New Treatments for Vertebral Compression Fractures
aired: Wed, Apr 29, 2009
In this program we explore the treatments available for people who have had a vertebral compression fracture and see how innovative surgical procedures are allowing them to live well with osteoporosis.
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aired: Wed, Nov 12, 2008
In this program we'll highlight some of the ways patients who are in hospitals can protect themselves from dangerous bacterial infections. Plus we'll see what hospital personnel are doing to keep their patients safe.
Treating Insomnia: Steps to Successful Sleep
aired: Wed, Nov 26, 2008
In this program we'll highlight the ways to improve sleep by developing healthy sleep habits called "sleep hygiene".
The Future of Hepatitis C
aired: Wed, Dec 3, 2008
In this program we highlight the progress made in treating hepatitis C over the past several years and look ahead to even more success against the virus in the future.
New Weapons to Fight Multiple Sclerosis
aired: Wed, Nov 5, 2008
In this program, we head into the MRI lab to see the latest tools in the fight against MS and meet some of the experts who are on the front lines in the battle against this debilitating condition.
Preventing a Stroke
aired: Wed, Oct 29, 2008
In this program we look at anti coagulation and its role in preventing strokes and other devastating conditions.
Interstitial Cystitis: Private Pain
aired: Wed, Oct 15, 2008
In this program we meet patients who have this condition and are managing to live comfortably with it. We also hear from the doctors who give them the hope of a pain-free future.
Antibiotic Resistance: Stopping the Superbugs
aired: Tue, Sep 9, 2008
In this program we see how antibiotic resistance developed and what the experts believe we need to do to win the battle.
Patient Safety: Protecting Yourself in the Hospital
aired: Wed, Sep 24, 2008
In this program, we help people understand what could go wrong in the hospital, how they can reduce the risk of contracting a hospital-acquired infection and what information they should get before they head home after a hospital stay.
The Mysteries of Multiple Sclerosis
aired: Wed, Sep 17, 2008
In this program we meet several patients who cope with the different forms of MS and hear their stories of tragedy and triumph.
Truth About Flu Vaccines
aired: Wed, Sep 10, 2008
In this program we correct the myths and misconceptions surrounding flu vaccines. Plus we look into the science behind the flu shot and examine who is most at risk for serious complications after a bout with the flu.