A new study suggests it might be OK to feed your child proteins contained in peanuts at an early age in an effort to prevent nut allergies from taking hold. Dr. Greg Davis speaks about the ground breaking research with local pediatric allergist and immunologist Tracy Overbeck.
This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Khaled Ziada, an interventional cardiologist at the University of Kentucky's Gill Heart Institute, about a new clinical trial to treat patients with chronic hypertension. The SPYRAL trial is exploring a novel approach to treat hypertension by manipulating the sympathetic nervous system signals that contribute to high blood pressure.
Dr. Greg talks with Dr. John Ragsdale, an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine in the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, who along with his colleagues published a study in the journal Academic Medicine demonstrating the effectiveness of short workshops designed to train doctors to detect nonverbal signs of patient emotion.
The recent ten year observance of the Comair crash provided an opportunity for Dr. Greg Davis to reconnect with former NTSB lead investigator Debbie Hersman. Debbie now serves as president and chief executive officer of the non-profit National Safety Council. She talks about a number of safety related topics ranging from impaired driving, texting while walking or driving, alcohol, marijuana, and opioid abuse.
Recently we told you about a study linking walking with cancer prevention, today's there's evidence that staying active can also help in the fight against type two diabetes. However, Dr. Gillian Booth with Saint Michael's Hospital in Toronto says there are several things we need to keep in mind. She talks this week with Dr. Greg Davis.
This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Deborah Reed, professor in the UK College of Nursing about a dinner theater program designed to get farm families to talk openly about their own health and safety.
This week Dr. Greg talks with Megan Jaspersen and Lindsey Catherine Mullis with the University of Kentucky's Human Development Institute; Kentucky’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service.
On this week's Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian, Dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition, Science and Policy at Tufts University, about new research questioning the health benefits of low fat alternatives in the prevention of Type 2 Diabetes.