Dr. Greg Davis On Medicine


This week Dr. Greg speaks with Dr. Jeremiah Martin, surgical director of the UK Markey Cancer Center’s Multidisciplinary Lung Cancer Clinic about a clinical trial testing whether hyperthermia, or heating of the blood, can be used to eradicate lung cancer cells.

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This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Allan Richards and Ann Christianson, of the University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies about a grant they received to study the effects of visual arts activities on quality of life for people with mild to moderate dementia and their caregivers.


Dude, engage!  That's the simple but effective message the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons is using to increase awareness of the growing problem of distracted walking.  Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Alan Hilibrand, a spokesman for the group.


This week Dr. Greg talks with a leading proponent of the ditch the white coat movement who says the totemic garment can be a haven for dangerous and sometimes deadly germs.


This week Dr. Greg continues his frank discussion with Kristen Mark, director of the sexual health promotion laboratory at UK about the difficulty many parents have when it comes to talking to their kids about sex.

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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Kristen Mark, director of the sexual health promotion laboratory at the University of Kentucky, about the challenges and barriers to effectively teaching sexual health education in Kentucky public schools.

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Last week Dr. Greg tackled healthy holiday eating, this week Karen and Vanessa prep him for the holiday cocktail party season.


For many of us the Holiday Season leads to a season of overeating.  Dr. Greg gets advice from two registered dieticians to protect your waistline.


This week Dr. Greg and Alan Lytle recap UK Healthcare's first-ever neurogastronomy symposium exploring the science of taste.

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This week Dr. Greg and Dr. Dennis Karounos, faculty member in internal medicine and endocrinology at UK Healthcare, discuss several myths and facts about the state's high number of diabetes-related maladies.  November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.