Why You Might Be Able To Skip That Annual PhysicalThe annual physical has been around for decades, What's changing these days is that it usually isn't annual.
A Newly Discovered Risk Factor For Skin Cancer: Your CarA new study shows UV rays that come through the windows of a car may be to blame for skin cancer, especially the growing number of cases found on the left side of the face.
Getting High On Diarrhea Medicine? A New Study Says...A new study shows a sharp increase in deaths from people trying to get high from an unexpected, but common type of medication.
Strip Down To Your Birthday Suit, It's Melanoma MondayThe first Monday of May is designated as "Melanoma Monday." It's the day of the year everyone should perform a check for skin cancer. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida takes a closer look.
How Much Exercise Do You Really Need? How About 1 Minute Each Day?Don't have time for a workout? A new study says one minute of exercise each day is just as effective as a daily 45 minute session. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has the details.
Why We Sleep Poorly The First Night In A New Place: The 'Birdbrain Effect'Why do we sleep poorly on our first night in a new location? It's because half of our brain stays awake while the other half sleeps.
Would You Do An 'Uber' Eye Exam For A New Pair Of Glasses?These days many people opt for an "Uber" rather than a conventional taxi. A new app may now make it possible to do something similar to order a new pair of glasses online. Dr. Dave Hnida explores the new option.
Why A Daily Aspirin Is Probably Good For You, Your Heart, Your Colon -- The Final Recommendations -- They PromisePopping a daily aspirin every day can lower your risk of heart disease, stroke, and colon cancer. Dr. Dave Hnida has the newest recommendations from the federal government.
Why Does My Nose Think It's Running In A Race? How To Tell Whether It Is An Allergy Or ColdThere is a three letter word to describe the spring allergy season. B-A-D. How to tell if you are being attacked by pollen.
Why This Year's Weather Is Literally Making You SickSeem like you're fighting one germ after another? The answer is easy: blame the weather.