Dr. John's Health Minute
All the smoke in the area from the wildfires is making it difficult for many of us to breathe, so taking precautions to protect ourselves and our family is very important.
It was one year ago, on June 23rd that I experienced my own wildfire evacuation.
Memorial Day Weekend, the semi official beginning of the summer grilling season. But if you want to stick to healthy foods, do you know which choices are better for you?
Those cups can be full of vitamins and minerals which can be part of a healthy diet. But really, how healthy are they for you and which ones are best?
A new study is showing that the more often the entire family sits down to eat dinner, the better it is for the kids overall.
Medications like Vyvanse, used to control ADHD symptoms, are being abused in older teens and young adults.
Want to cut your chances of getting cancer in half? Researchers have defined 7 steps that'll do just that.
Dr. John answers your questions about allergies, TDCS, and hypertension.
We need between 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night, but plenty of us don't get that much. The problem is not getting enough sleep; especially over time can take its toll on our health. This can lead to all sorts of medical problems and can even contribute to an earlier death.
Unfortunately, not getting enough sleep can take its toll on all parts of your body.
Dr. John answers your questions about bloating and respiratory infections.
Dr. John answers your questions about hives, secondhand smoke, and sharing towels.
Dr. John answers your questions about radiating pain, turning pale, and nausea.
Dr. John answers your questions about canker sores and copper IUDs.
A new study found that both married men and women have a lowered risk of having a fatal or non-fatal heart attack.
Dr. John answers your questions about sinus pain and insomnia.
Dr. John answers your questions about mysterious stomach pain, back pain, and pancreas transplants.
Dr. John answers your questions about alopecia, abscesses, and peripheral neuropathy.
This weekend’s Broncos football game is predicted to be a cold one. And although watching the Broncos win this one will be great fun, doing it while staying warm will make it more comfortable too.
But if your child comes down with the flu, or any other illness for that matter, how can you tell when it’s ok to send them back to school?
Dr. John answers your questions about breakfast, losing weight, and ingrown toenails.
Dr. John answers your questions about dental hygiene, tube tying, and weight increase.
But while you're at the mall, checking items off your shopping list, you may be exposing yourself to germs that can make you sick.
Dr. John answers your questions about rotator cuff surgery, stem-cell transplant, and birth-control pills.