Geriatric medicine specialist Dr. Peter Morrow talks about the health concerns of elderly patients, how they can prevent and cope with common risks and illnesses, and how families and care-givers can give them support.
Neonatologist Dr. Aaron Dewees talks about preemies and infant mortality, including some of the contributing factors that cause higher rates of infant deaths and what we can all do to help more babies live.
Neurologist Dr. Natalie Manalo talks about the diagnosis and treatment of headaches, one of the most common medical problems. She discusses the different kinds of headaches, what causes them, how patients can prevent them, and new developments in how to treat them.
In this first part of two episodes focusing on the Shroud of Turin, emergency medicine physician Dr. Scott French shares the history of the Shroud of Turin and some of the scientific tests that have been done over the years.