For years, the burning question in health has been What can I do to live longer? The answer may be to spice up your life. Literally. CBS4’s Dr Dave Hnida looks at a new study that shows regular “doses” of chili peppers may add years to your life.
For years, we’ve heard we should be drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day to stay hydrated. But now new research from Loyola University says that advice is off base- we probably don’t need that much. CBS4 Medical Editor D.r Dave Hnida looks at how much H2O you may really need.
The FDA is adding stronger warning labels to common pain relievers such as Ibuprofen and Aleve, saying the drugs can increase your risk of heart attack or stroke.
Does this mean that simply taking an ibuprofen for a headache could lead to a heart attack? CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has advice on what you should do.
When it comes to sunscreens, most people just pick one with a high number and believe they’ll be safe to bake in the sun. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, a new study shows a lot of us really don’t know what we’re getting when we grab some sunscreen off the store shelf.
It seems men and doctors aren’t a good mix. Research shows women are 4x more likely to see a doctor for an illness compared to men – and the numbers are even worse when it comes to routine checkups. As Men’s Health Week 2015 kicks off, CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the top five reasons men avoid the doctor.
Wondering why you feel clogged, itchy, and stuffed up? Look no further than the pollen counts. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports—two types of pollen are giving a one-two punch to allergy sufferers.
About 25 million Americans take a statin drug to lower cholesterol. But concerns over side effects, particularly memory loss, keep some patients from taking this type of medication. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, a new study finds statins are more likely to improve memory.
You’ve been taking an antidepressant and it’s working well. Then you become pregnant. Research has said staying on your medication could be dangerous to your baby. But is it? CBS4’s Dr. Dave Hnida reports on a new study with some reassuring results.
Top tennis courts in Denver will start getting packed now that the warm weather is here again.
Researchers found babies who live with families above 8,000 feet have double the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome when compared to families below 6,000 feet.