Radio Shows: February 2010

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The Institute of Medicine reports that the average patient experiences at least one error every day he is hospitalized. The annual death toll from medical errors is estimated at 44,000 to 98,000 Americans. How can you protect yourself or a... (Read More)
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759 Health News Update

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Hypertension is called the silent killer. While there are many medications that can help get blood pressure under control, it can be difficult for a person and her health care provider to find one without distressing side effects. A natural... (Read More)
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758 Sinusitis

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Sinusitis is one of the most common complaints that bring patients to a doctor's office. Why do sinuses cause so much trouble, and what can be done to prevent sinus infection and inflammation? Guests: Harold C. Pillsbury, MD, FACS, is... (Read More)
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757 Anti-Cancer

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When someone is diagnosed with cancer, the doctor recommends treatment: surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or a combination of these methods. But when the treatment is over, what can a person do to prevent a recurrence? Dr. David Servan-Schreiber faced this question... (Read More)
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