Dr. Maria Simbra
Is what you eat… what you watch?
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — About 11 percent of adolescents in the United States have an episode of depression by age 18. “A combination of medicine and therapy can be effective, and in certain circumstances, either medicine […]
So sleepy, it’s like you’re drunk?
He went out for a team run when suddenly his chest felt funny and his vision closed down for a few minutes.
New research finds the antibiotic clarithromycin is associated with an increased risk of heart deaths.
Vitamin D is thought to be good for the bones, and good for the heart.
New research shows there may be something addictive about UV radiation.
Many people take a medicine called Digoxin, DIG for short.
Generic medications used to be a no-brainer because they were a sure way to save on prescription costs.
All those sports drinks kids are downing to keep themselves hydrated are ruining their teeth. Dentists are seeing serious tooth and mouth problems at much younger ages
There are lots of thoughts on breast cancer.
There’s growing concern a device used during hysterectomies can spread cancer.
At the pool, kids splash and sputter.
Niacin, which is vitamin B3, has been prescribed for years to people with high cholesterol because it lowers the bad LDL (low density lipoproteins) and raises the good HDL (high density lipoproteins).
Dealing with cancer is difficult both physically and emotionally, especially when the treatments start, but some cancer patients are now using a new tool to help them get through it.