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It’s one of the most injury filled of high school sports. But most don’t recognize it as a sport, or treat pa
Feeling a little less man-ly? Maybe a little tired, weak, flabby, with a case of missing libido? Well, maybe a little extra testosterone is for you. But as Dr. Dave Hnida reports, maybe it isn’t. Here’s the latest on Vitamin “T”.
There are few things as tasty as a nice, barbequed burger. Throw on some catsup and pickles, and you’re ready to go. But don’t forget the metal. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida reports, there’s a new report from the CDC that says some grillers are adding metal shards from a wire brush to their grilled foods. Here’s how to prevent trouble.
Today is a pivotal day in American history, and no matter what side of the healthcare debate you are on, you will be affected. Dr. Dave Hnida has a summary of the key points of the healthcare overhaul … without the politics.
The State Health Department is reporting an early seasonal arrival of West Nile Virus-carrying mosquitoes. Should you concerned? After all, West Nile can be deadly. Dr Dave Hnida reports on what you need to know to beat the bugs.
New recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force that say all those calcium and vitamin D pills you’ve been gobbling are a waste of time have caused a lot of folks to take a […]
A new study shows the number of kids with “adult” diabetes is skyrocketing, and that’s scaring a lot of doctors. As a parent, it should scare you as well. CBS4 Medical Editor has some easy tips to keep the sugar low in your child’s bloodstream.
Do you drive the road to poor health to work each morning? A new study says the morning commute can be a killer, in more ways than one. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the study, and whines about his daily drive (as well as offering some tips to cope).
Wheezing, sneezing, and scratching your eyes from your head? As if you didn’t already know, it’s a bad allergy season. Dr. Dave Hnida has some tips to nip the pollen in the bud.
There are a lot of reasons to go easy on the fatty foods — i.e. your heart. But here’s a study more likely to get your attention and hopefully change your eating habits. Dr. Dave Hnida reports how how saturated fats lower a man’s sperm count.