NOLA Code:
DRQA 0100 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
11 / 30
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South Florida PBS
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Answers to the most common questions about important medical topics.

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#101 Stomach Pain, Reflux Disease and IBS
Dr. Deborah Fisher, Gastroenterologist at Duke University, answers questions and talks about how to combat stomach pain, reflux disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. She also discusses what to do if coffee makes your stomach hurt, how to recognize if something is causing IBS, and discusses reflux disease and a dangerous pre-cancerous condition that may be associated with it.

#102 Caring For Your Back
Dr. Georgiy Brusovanik, Spine Surgeon at Miami Back and Neck Specialists, discusses how back pain is one of the most common conditions today but there are treatments, exercises and therapies that can relieve the pain that do not involve narcotics or surgery. But if those interventions are needed you want to make sure you have what you need to make an informed decision

#103 Alzheimer’s Disease: Hope For the Future
Alzheimer’s disease affects millions of people around the world, robbing them of their memory and of so much of their lives. Dr. Ian Grant, Behavioral Neurobiologist at Northwestern University, talks about some treatments and active clinical trials that are offering promise. He discusses some lifestyle changes people can make to help prevent or at least slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s and stay as mentally healthy as possible.

#104 A Plastic Surgeon Answers Your Questions
Think you need a little nip or tuck? Want answers about fillers or Botox? Need advice about hair loss? Dr. J. Peter Rubin, Chairman of the Center for Innovation & Restorative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, talks about all this and much more. In addition, he highlights a new procedure that can help people who have had suffered traumatic injuries to their limbs.

#105 The Truth About Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. But there is a great deal of misinformation about treatments, causes and even screening. Join Dr. Michael Poch, Urologist at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa as he discusses options.

#106 Keeping Bones Healthy & Strong
There are many ways to help keep bones healthy and strong and most involve healthy living: eating well and regular exercise. But as we age sometimes it takes more than healthy living to preserve our bones and keep them feeling good. Dr. Lionel Lazaro, Orthopedic Surgeon at the Miami Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute, gives us an insight.

#107 Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Dr. Kelly Gill, Sleep Specialist & Family Medicine at Northwestern University School of Medicine, answers questions and talks about how to prevent sleep disorders, what to do about insomnia, and how to get a good night's sleep.

# 108 All About Your Skin
Anti- aging treatments, acne, Accutane, skin cancer signs and symptoms. Dr. Abel Torres, Dermatologist at the University of Florida talks about all these topics and answers questions about embarrassing conditions and when to see the doctor about a strange-looking mole

#109 Dealing with Mental Health Issues in Children
Dr. Parker Huston, Child Mental Health specialist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, talks about the mental health crisis that has been brewing in children for several years and was made far worse by the pandemic. He offers strategies and resources to parents.

#110 The Battle Against Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Researcher and physician Dr. Hatem Soliman, Medical Director of the Clinical Trials Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, talks about the latest therapies used to treat breast cancer and the advances that are bringing hope and healing to millions of people because of clinical trials.

#111 Heart Attacks and Strokes
heart disease continues to be the number one killer of both men and women. In this episode, Dr. Jorge castellanos, Interventional Cardiologist of the Newport Heart Medical Group in Newport Beach, California, talks about the risks for a heart attack and a stroke and what can be done to prevent heart disease, lower blood pressure and keep you and your loved ones healthy.

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1/10/2022 - 1/9/2024
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Frances Hernandez
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