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University of Maryland podiatric surgeons Dr. Emily Durrance and Dr. Jacob Wynes discuss the most common diabetes-related foot problems and how people with this disease can take care of their feet.
University of Maryland liver specialists Dr. William Hutson and Dr. Darryn Potosky talk about diagnosing and treating Hepatitis C, a condition affecting more than 3 million Americans, many of whom do not know they have it.
University of Maryland neurologist Dr. Justin Kwan answers questions about this progressive neurodegenerative disorder, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, and the challenges ALS patients face.
In this Your Health segment, Dr. Matthew Weir, a nephrologist (kidney specialist), describes what can lead to kidney disease and how the condition can be diagnosed, prevented and treated.
In this Your Health episode, plastic surgeon Dr. Rachel Bluebond-Langner discusses surgical body contouring.
University of Maryland geriatrician Dr. Steven Gambert discusses what you can do to increase your chances of maintaining your health and independence as you grow older.
University of Maryland neurologist Dr. John Cole talks about the latest advances in treating stroke as well as what you can do to reduce your stroke risk.
University of Maryland sports medicine specialist and orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Craig Bennett will talk about treating some common exercise and sports injuries as well as what you can do to prevent them.
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University of Maryland endocrinologist Dr. Nanette I. Steinle discusses how to not only reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes but also help to prevent cardiovascular disease and other complications.
In this interview, oncologist Dr. Martin Edelman of the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center discusses types of lung cancer and why it is important for doctors to correctly assess and stage a patient’s cancer before deciding on a treatment.
UMROI physical therapists Greg Pirovolidis and Stefanie Ryan discuss fall prevention.
Mike Henley and Pam Cauley of the University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute discuss the physical and emotional benefits of adapted sports.