Nearly half of all U.S. adults have high blood pressure, based on newly released guidelines for determining hypertension. Join Dr. Will Courtenay and his guests – Drs. Elaine Ku and Matthew Muldoon – in a discussion about what these guidelines mean for you and how you can improve your blood pressure, and your heart health … Continued
Homelessness makes it difficult, and in some cases impossible, to access health services. Poor health, addiction, mental illness, and violence can lead to homelessness and homelessness can make all of these things worse. Join Nurse Rona, Alejandro Soto-Vigil, and Dr. Jeffrey Seal, for a conversation on illness and homelessness. Call us!
Many people go at a fast pace, eat on the run, work long hours, and are sleep deprived. Without taking time to tune in to what you’re feeling, you may be regularly depleted. Join Nurse Rona and Peter Wright, MFT, to discuss the pressures of life and your health.
The Surgeon General calls social isolation our nation’s biggest health problem. The risk of death among people who are socially isolated is similar to those who smoke. Join Dr. Will Courtenay discussing the health effects of social isolation and what can be done about this problem with his guests Dr. Matt Pantell and Anne Richards.
There are extreme attitudes in the US surrounding weight and eating issues. 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life. Join Nurse Rona and her guest Andrea Garber, PhD, RD, to address many of the issues related to Eating Challenges and Disorders in children and … Continued