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To Your Health is your premier source of accurate health and medical information from a highly trustworthy and reliable source, Dr. Dave Schneider. Dr. Dave has practiced Family Medicine for over 20 years, and has been a full-time teacher of Family Medicine for most of that time. He is currently Associate Clinical Professor of Family and Community Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and he is a nationally known medical educator and speaker. Dr. Dave will answer your questions on any health-related topic from acne to health care reform to zoster. Questions on diagnosis, definitions, treatments, integrative (complimentary/alternative) health topics, or anything else are all welcomed. To Your Health with Dr. Dave has aired on multiple stations in the Santa Rosa, CA area since 2003, and Dr Dave is excited about reaching a broader audience through BlogTalk Radio.

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This week's topics were: don't get your flu shot -- yet; uninsured kids; teenagers and sleep; dangers of Meridia; fish oil benefits.

This week's topics were: more superbug news; probiotics for colic in babies; Salmonella outbreak update; medical reductionism; artificial cornea; fibromyalgia.

This week's topics were: an epidemic of bad behavior?; palliative care helps you live longer & better; tai chi for fibromyalgia; vaccinations for seniors; cook your poultry; Salmonella.

This week's topics were: H1N1 influenza ("swine flu") pandemic; when should we start dialysis in kidney failure?; can SAM-e help depression?; excess wight gain in pregnancy; more on calcium and osteoporosis; superbugs like MRSA and a new... more

This week's topics were: Avastin tries to make a comeback; which diet is best?; stem cells and you; dry mouth; the calcium controversy--to supplement or not to supplement?

This week's topics were: a vaginal gel to prevent transmission of HIV in women; more Avandia concerns; nasal insulin may help Alzheimer's patients; diets may leave you vitamin deficient; knee injuries may not need surgery; heat-related... more

This week's topics were: will we finally get a flu shot that we don't have to get every year?; health reform begins with free preventive health services; should we lower cholesterol in children?; a medicine that grows new brain cells; heat... more

This week's topics were: teenagers may benefit from starting school later -- and why that might be; I believe Avandia is a dangerous drug; are gallstones and kidney stones related?; peripheral artery disease and exercise; the pertussis... more

This week's topics were: Cadmium in McDonald's Shrek glasses; air pollution is associated with heart and lung problems -- and the EPA is trying to do something about it!; ADHD association with pesticides; omeprazole and aspirin; rosemary... more

This week's topics were: The sad demise of Gary Coleman, and why chronic kidney problems may cause stunting of growth; how long should you take Plavix after a coronary stent; should we ban sugary drinks in schools to combat... more