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Dr Richard Jadick - Part I

Dr. Richard Jadick Featured on the cover of the March 20, 2006 Newsweek magazine, Dr. Richard Jadick, Commander, U.S. Navy, will be on Your Health First to describe first hand the conditions he faced as a Navy surgeon in Iraq. Because of his heroic conduct, he received the Bronze Star.


Dr Richard Jadick - Part II

Dr. Richard Jadick Featured on the cover of the March 20, 2006 Newsweek magazine, Dr. Richard Jadick, Commander, U.S. Navy,  will be on Your Health First to describe first hand the conditions he faced as a Navy surgeon in Iraq. Because of his heroic conduct, he received the Bronze Star.  


Teen Drug Abuse - Part I

Richard A. Friedman, M.D. In a recent issue of New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Friedman writes about "The Changing Face of Teenage Drug Abuse-The Trend Toward Prescription Drugs". Dr. Friedman is a psychiatrist and Director of the Pharmacology Clinic at Weil Cornell Medical College, New York. While the use of illegal drugs is down in teens, there is an alarming rise in prescription drug abuse. In many situations, teens obtain these drugs from their parent medicine cabinet, or worse, f


Teen Drug Abuse - Part II

Richard A. Friedman, M.D. - Part 2 In a recent issue of New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Friedman writes about "The Changing Face of Teenage Drug Abuse-The Trend Toward Prescription Drugs". Dr. Friedman is a psychiatrist and Director of the Pharmacology Clinic at Weil Cornell Medical College, New York. While the use of illegal drugs is down in teens, there is an alarming rise in prescription drug abuse.  In many situations, teens obtain these drugs from their parent medicine cabinet, or worse, from a friends parent.  Physicians, parents, and teachers need to learn to spot signs of substance abuse. Education is key to controlling this problem.


Summer Pool Safety

Chief Tom Wheeler - Houston Fire Department With the better weather upon us, and summer just around the corner, it is time to begin planning and preventing summer injuries. Chief Wheeler from the Houston Fire Department will outline the steps we all need to take to avoid serious, preventable accidents.


Mary Green - Part I

Dr. Mary Green Medical Director of Eye Excellence, a premier ophthalmology practice in the Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX. She discusses with Dr. Galati the latest in corrective eye surgery, as well as strategies to maintain healthy vision through the years...from childhood to adulthood.


Your Health First - In The News April 2006

Dr. Galati discusses current health issues in the news this past week.


Mary Green - Part II

Dr. Mary Green Medical Director of Eye Excellence, a premier ophthalmology practice in the Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX. She discusses with Dr. Galati the latest in corrective eye surgery, as well as strategies to maintain healthy vision through the years...from childhood to adulthood.


Multiple Sclerosis - Part I

Multiple Sclerosis is often times a dreaded diagnosis to be given. In certain situations, there can be severe neurologic dysfunction, leading to an assortment of complications. Over the past decade, there has been a surge in research in this area, and this week, we are pleased to have a leading researcher in the field of multiple sclerosis, Dr. Moses Rodriguez from the Mayo Clinic. We will be discussing with Dr. Rodriguez some of the basic features of multiple sclerosis, plus the latest breakth


Multiple Sclerosis - Part II

Multiple Sclerosis is often times a dreaded diagnosis to be given. In certain situations, there can be severe neurologic dysfunction, leading to an assortment of complications. Over the past decade, there has been a surge in research in this area, and this week, we are pleased to have a leading researcher in the field of multiple sclerosis, Dr. Moses Rodriguez from the Mayo Clinic. We will be discussing with Dr. Rodriguez some of the basic features of multiple sclerosis, plus the latest breakth