How YOU can help stop Alzheimer’s Disease

How YOU can help stop Alzheimer’s Disease

Pretty much everybody knows somebody with Alzheimer’s Disease. A grandparent, an uncle, a friend’s mom. The disease is distressingly common. And as the Baby Boomer population continues to age, the number of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease is only going to continue to go up. It exceeds cancer, it exceeds heart disease with regard to cost […]

Read More »
Grant has a rare disease. He is my hero.

Grant has a rare disease. He is my hero.

When you meet Grant, instantaneously you fall in love with him Whenever he’s sick, he always has a smile on his face I hope he doesn’t have to have any more surgeries The best little brother ever! When you have this little baby And you know something’s the matter It was the most stressful time […]

Read More »
Type 2 Diabetes Management – CME Course Introduction

Type 2 Diabetes Management – CME Course Introduction

(inspirational music) – [Speaker] The following activity is presented by the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education. Please visit us at “cme.stanford.edu”. – [Narrator] Welcome to our course on Type Two Diabetes Management in primary care. We will discuss the basics of type two diabetes management, including prevalence of, screening for, and diagnostic criteria for […]

Read More »
Diagnosed with Diabetes – Britton’s story

Diagnosed with Diabetes – Britton’s story

Britton had been sick for about three days with what we thought was the stomach bug. There was one going around the school and so everything that was going on all his symptoms pointed to he had a stomach bug. I’d stay at home with him for a day, while he was out of school […]

Read More »
Diabetes – Rick’s Story

Diabetes – Rick’s Story

[music]>>RICHARD: I had diabetes for around 10 years and was really struggling with it. It was kind of guesswork all the time. I didn’t think that I would ever see any grandchildren. I thought that I was done for. [music]>>Since I’ve gotten Dr. Brodsky’s help, my life has greatly improved.>>DR. IRWIN BRODSKY: We treat this […]

Read More »
Making the Rounds: Hashimoto’s Disease

Making the Rounds: Hashimoto’s Disease

Fatigue, brain fog, unexplained weight gain, joint pain, and muscle weakness are a few symptoms that could be attributed to an underlying issue. Parkview Integrative Medicine physician Dr. Angela LaSalle shares the warning signs, symptoms, and treatment options for one possible culprit: Hashimoto’s Disease. Hashimoto’s is actually an autoimmune condition of the thyroid, and this […]

Read More »
Congenital Heart Disease – Wyatt’s Story

Congenital Heart Disease – Wyatt’s Story

>>Look. My broken heart.>>We went to our 20-week ultrasound, and she immediately knew that he had a congenital heart condition, Tetralogy of Fallot. It all happened so fast, that we didn’t even know what to think. Look how small you are. We wanted to have the support of family around us, and we also heard […]

Read More »