Tagged Posts: "General Health" (74)

Cortisol 101: What Social Media Gets Wrong (and Right)

Cortisol is taking a lot of blame for chronic health conditions on TikTok and Instagram. Endocrinologist Dr. Jennifer Wittwer gets down to basics about what the “stress hormone” is (and isn’t) doing to your body. Read More

Posted July 11, 2024 | With Jennifer Wittwer, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Diabetes & Endocrinology
Sleep Better, Feel Better

Trouble falling or staying asleep? Turns out 1 in 3 of us aren’t getting enough quality sleep to protect our health. Let’s pull back the covers on common sleep problems – and how some can make your heart work harder when you’re supposed to be at rest. Read More

Posted June 28, 2024 | With Karthik Kanagarajan, MD; Joseph Hellmann, MD; and Eugene Chung, MD
LGBTQ+ and Healthcare: Why Trust Is Critical

Everyone deserves great healthcare, but recent statistics show members of the LGBTQ+ may be delaying care because of past experiences. Q102's Jennifer Fritsch talks with Dr. Christian Gausvik about find a provider you trust. Read More

Posted June 17, 2024 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Christian Gausvik, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Could Wegovy and Similar Meds Be Good for Your Heart?

Injected weight loss drugs are grabbing headlines. The longest running safety study is out with new information on side effects and impacts on cardiovascular risk factors. Heart failure specialist Dr. Thomas O’Brien breaks down the findings. Read More

Posted June 10, 2024 | With Thomas O'Brien, MD, The Christ Hospital Heart & Vascular Institute
Pass the Protein: What’s Too Much for Your Diet?

Everywhere you look, people are loading up their diets with protein. Is it too much of a good thing? Learn how your body uses protein and some of the best quality sources for staying fit. Read More

Posted June 03, 2024 | With Jordan Ryan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
From Ah-Choo! to Ahhhhh: Managing Seasonal Allergies

Spring in Cincinnati. You might not see all the pollen, but it can really wreak havoc on your respiratory system! Ear, Nose & Throat specialist Dr. Esther Cheng has some newer solutions for allergy relief. Read More

Posted May 13, 2024 | With Esther Cheng, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Ear, Nose & Throat
Decaf or Regular? The Complex Relationship Between Caffeine and Health

Espresso. Lattes. Tea. Energy Drinks. Do you have a go-to for that extra jolt when you’re feeling sluggish? Family medicine specialist Dr. Ben Smith talks about the importance of self-awareness and moderation with your favorite caffeine pick-me-up. Read More

Posted May 01, 2024 | With Benjamin P. Smith, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Family Medicine
Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Ready for some spring cleaning? Don’t forget your medicine cabinet! Primary care physician Dr. Jordan Ryan shares the essentials you should always keep on hand and options for getting rid of old prescription medicines you no longer take. Read More

Posted April 15, 2024 | With Jordan Ryan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Biohacking: Cracking Your Body’s Health Code

Ready to rewire your wellbeing? This isn’t Mission: Impossible! Health coach Jamie Sanzere shares a few simple changes you can try to improve your sleep, happiness, and energy. Read More

Posted March 11, 2024 | With Jamie Sanzere, MS, RDN, Dietitian and Health Coach with AIM for Wellbeing
Holistic Life Hacks for a Better You in 2024

Better diet. More exercise. Less stress. We all make those New Year’s resolutions. Sticking to them? That’s another matter. Health coach and dietitian Jamie Sanzere breaks down some micro-goals so you can start small on making big changes. Read More

Posted January 15, 2024 | With Jamie Sanzere, MS, RDN, Dietitian and Health Coach with AIM for Wellbeing
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