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APRIL 30, 2017 – Breast cancer, Heart attack, New bariatric procedure, Bad oral health, Asthma study, Digestive health

APRIL 16, 2017 – Hip replacement, Pacemakers, Brain aneurysms, Diabetic foot wounds, Wellness coaching

APRIL 2, 2017 – Guide to Lung Cancer, Bariatric surgery, Financial help for cancer patients, Brain aneurysms, Sinus procedure

APRIL 2, 2017 – Guide to Lung Cancer, Bariatric surgery, Financial help for cancer patients,

MARCH 26, 2017 – Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Osteoporosis, Diabetic foot wounds, Head & Neck cancer, Control high cholesterol

FEBRUARY 26, 2017 – Weight loss surgery, Sugar and Cancer link, Health Records, Navy SEALS, Cancer treatment, Protect your skin

FEBRUARY 12, 2017 – Cancer prevention, Concussions, Leukemia, Sports Medicine, Feeding premature infants

FEBRUARY 5, 2017 – Atrial fibrillation, Hepatitis C, Prescriptions and supplements, HIV , Cancer & genomics, Muscles & wellness

JANUARY 29, 2017 – Diet and health, Artificial kidneys, Sleep apnea, Cancer & genetics, Cardiac stents, Thyroid cancer

JANUARY 15, 2017 – Myths and facts of breast cancer, Kidney stones, Lung cancer, Flat feet, Women & cancer, ULS treatment

JANUARY 8, 2017 – Spinal surgery, Cancer treatment, Stroke care, Colon cancer, Teens & diabetes, Colitis treatment

JANUARY 1, 2017 – Prostate cancer, Kidney failure, Lung cancer, Chemotherapy, Aneurysms, Health monitor

DECEMBER 25, 2016 – New cholesterol drug, Blood disorders, Lung cancer, Bullying, Colitis vaccine

December 18, 2016 – Knee replacement, Kidney health, Diabetes, Heart attack Risk, Cancer prevention, Boost your immunities

NOVEMBER 20, 2016 – Intensive care, Tuberculosis, Breast cancer documentary, Knee ACL injury, Depression treatment

October 30, 2016 – Diet and disease, Asthma, Sinusitis from fungus, Bone infections, Laser gum disease treatment

October 23, 2016 – Sinus procedure, Myths of prostate cancer, Heart stents, Kidney disease, Ankle arthritis, Thyroid cancer

October 9, 2016 – Sore throat device, Kidney stones, Bronchitis, Spine surgery guidance, Flu prevention, Stroke care

October 2, 2016 – Advanced Wound Healing Center – Desert Regional Medical Center: Causes and treatments for chronic wounds

SEPTEMBER 18, 2016 – Mold & fungus, Pneumonia, Zika virus, Wound treatment, Heart disease, Supplement for stress and blood sugar

SEPTEMBER 11, 2016 – Eye Care: Cataracts, eye exams, Glaucoma, Technology in eye surgery, Macular Degeneration, Dry Eye

AUGUST 14, 2016 – Stem Cell therapy for Orthopedics, Pneumonia, Pediatric emergencies, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Palliative care

JULY 17, 2016 – Sinus infections, Physical therapy, Burns, Stroke treatment, Chemotherapy, Ovarian cysts

JULY 10, 2016 – Intensive care, Tuberculosis, Breast cancer documentary, Knee ACL injury, Depression treatment

JULY 3, 2016 – Zika virus, Stroke care, Trauma team, Treating heart attacks, Respiratory NICU, Pregnancy and flu vaccine

JUNE 26, 2016 – Urinary Incontinence, Diabetic legs, Corneal implant, Kidney stones, Rewalk device, Aneurysms, Flat feet

JUNE 19, 2016 – Vascular surgery, Weight loss, Cardiac disease in adults, Heel pain and bunions, Liver conditions, Hysterectomy

JUNE 12, 2016 – Stroke care, Preventing Alzheimer’s, Bad oral health, Bullying, Kidney disease, Lung cancer screening

MAY 22, 2016 – Repairing nerve damage, Abdominal aneurysms, Heart disease, Menstrual bleeding, Cancer risk, Asthma

MAY 15, 2016 – Stroke care, Ulcers & bacteria, Aortic valve replacement, Anti-aging, Colon cancer, Diabetes

MAY 8, 2016 – Women & Heart Disease, Cancer treatment, Safe sleep for babies, Diabetes, Dentistry imaging, Pot & brain, Peanut allergy

MAY 1, 2016 – Fortified human milk for preemies, Hip replacement, Pediatric arrhythmias, Hearing loss, Pelvic floor, Testosterone

APRIL 24, 2016 – Ankle arthritis, Heel pain & bunions, Flat feet, Sports injuries, Diabetic foot problems, Foot & toenail fungus

APRIL 17, 2016 – Heart imaging, Alcohol abuse, Anxiety disorders, Birth control methods, Fetal alcohol syndrome

APRIL 10, 2016 – Mindfulness & Health, Atrial fibrillation, Gum disease laser treatment, Antibiotics, Breast imaging

APRIL 3, 2016 – Garlic & heart health, Rewalk device, Medivizor, Performance monitor, Thyroid, Saving limbs, Children & sleep

MARCH 27, 2016 – HIV research, CRE hospital infections, Pertussis, Pulmonary hypertension, obesity, fitness & wellness

MARCH 20, 2016 – C.diff colitis vaccine, Rhinoplasty, Ankle arthritis, Heart attack, Lung cancer screening, Teens & diabetes

FEBRUARY 20, 2016 – EYE CARE: Corneal inlays, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, cataract surgery, astigmatism

FEBRUARY 14, 2016 – Laser treatment for gum disease, Brain cancer, Uterine fibroids, Diabetes, Chemotherapy, cancer screening

FEBRUARY 7, 2016 – Foot & ankle fractures, Aortic aneurysms, Heart attack, Cancer & genetics, Hospital infection, Ovarian cysts

JANUARY 31, 2016 – Cancer screening, Addiction, Helping preemies breathe, Kidney stones, Stroke, Birth defects

JANUARY 24, 2016 – Stroke care, Prevent Alzheimer’s, Oral health, Bullying, Kidney disease, Lung cancer

JANUARY 17, 2016 – Milk for Preemies, Hip replacement, Pediatric heart rhythm, hearing loss, pelvic floor, Testosterone

January 10, 2016 – Nerve damage, ACL injury, Rheumatoid arthritis, Chemo, Hospital infections, Patient engagement

American Health Journal Denver show 1

Innovations in Medicine show 113 – Garlic & heart, bionic walker; health report, body monitor, thyroid, wound care, sleep & children

Innovations in Medicine show 112 – HIV & AIDS, Women & Heart disease, Lung cancer, children & safe sleep, diagnosis tool

Innovations in Medicine show 111 – Feeding premature infants, Cancer treatment, Diabetes, Breast cancer, Pat Boone

Innovations in Medicine show 110 – Vision show: corneal inlays, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, cataracts, astigmatism

Innovations in Medicine show 109 – Sacroiliac pain, depression treatment, artificial kidneys, stem cell orthopedics, premies

Innovations in Medicine show 108 – Imaging in dentistry, addiction, 3D mammography, facelifts, anxiety, Smile lift

Innovations in Medicine show 107 – Alzheimer’s disease, Corneal implants, Sleep apnea, Gluten, Testosterone, pediatric cancer

Innovations in Medicine show 106 – Stroke, Atrial fibrillation, Sleep disorders, 4 Pillars of Wellness, New heart procedure

Innovations in Medicine show 105 – Pain control, Depression treatment, Ankle arthritis, Spine surgery, Hip replacement

Innovations in Medicine show 104 – Stem Cell Therapy, HCG diet, C-PAP Cleaning, Colitis treatment, Pot & Brain, Prostate cancer

Innovations in Medicine show 103 – Air purifier, Childhood obesity, peanut allergy, laser dentistry, SIDS prevention, teen suicide

Innovations In Medicine show 102 – Weight loss: the dangers of obesity, why diets don’t work, healthy diets, bariatric surgery

Innovations In Medicine show 101 – Wound care, HIV & AIDS research, Lifestyle & your heart, Alternative Medicine, COPD treatment using stem cells

August 23, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal focuses on the feet and ankles, including the symptoms and treatments for ankle problems, diabetic wounds, flat feet, bunions, sports injuries, and foot and toe fungus

August 16, 2015 – HIV & AIDS, Sleep apnea treatment, New spine surgery, Acetaminophen safety, Help for America’s Heroes

AUGUST 9, 2015 – Weight loss, Breast cancer myths, Amputation prevention, Alternative medicine, Prostate cancer treatment

July 26, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal focuses on heart attack: the warning signs and how to avoid it; then, the most preventable cancer, Colon cancer, and the importance of screening; then, more accurate diagnosis due to improvements in CT scans; later, an overview of birth defects; and lastly, a lung cancer surgery that allows the patient to go home the same day.

July 19, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal highlights the work being done by amfAR for research into finding a cure to HIV & AIDS; next, an innovative device which uses UV light to kill airborne germs; then the newest treatments for reducing acid reflux and heartburn; lastly, how case management helps patients manage their diabetes.

July 12 2015 edition of the American Health Journal highlights an innovative stem-cell based treatment for patients suffering with COPD; next, the importance of eye exams, plus is your laptop or phone keeping you from a good night’s sleep? Then, the important warning signs of stroke; later, research into helping people with a rare neuromuscular disorder: Friedreich’s ataxia; And the improvements in imaging technology.

July 5, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal focuses on the feet and ankles, including the symptoms and treatments for ankle problems, diabetic wounds, flat feet, bunions, sports injuries, and foot and toe fungus

June 28, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal spotlights the research to find a cure for HIV and AIDS, from the doctor who first reported this disease; next, a new treatment for sleep apnea; then, innovative surgical solutions to serious back pain; the dangers of acetaminophen abuse; and how veterans are being helped by the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes

June 21 2015 edition of the American Health Journal begins with a new approach to weight loss; next, breast cancer facts and myths; then how a team works to save limbs affected by diabetes; later, how a pediatric hospital uses alternative medicine to help their patients; and a new treatment for advanced prostate cancer

June 14, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal highlights what you can do to get a better night’s sleep; next, orthopedic injuries in people participating in sports; then, treatments for ovarian cancer; later, the dangers from Diabetes and ways to decrease your risk factors; and what are the symptoms for pancreatic cancer?

May 17, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal highlights how your own stem cells can be used to treat your orthopedic conditions; then, for some people, obesity can be a good thing! Next, insight into coronary bypass surgery; Later, healthy cooking demonstration; and finally, we focus on the healthcare role of the Hospitalist.

May 10, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal includes a segment on who needs to eat a gluten-free diet; then, are you having behavior problems with your child? Later, a report from the Women’s Health Initiative; next, do you know the symptoms of diabetes? And finally, improvements in surgery using only a single small incision.

May 3, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal includes a segment focusing on antibiotic resistant infections in healthcare facilities; next, technological advances in colon cancer surgery; next, the role of exercise in pulmonary rehabilitation; later, the symptoms for ovarian cancer and the treatments; and finally, cancer treatment is changing by the use of genomics and targeted therapy.

April 26 edition of The American Health Journal: we highlight the four pillars of wellness; then we find out what help is available for children with dyslexia; then a look at research into pediatric cancer; later, is testosterone therapy safe? and finally, if you are tired, it could be anemia.

April 19th edition of the American Health Journal highlights a documentary film which follows 9 women through breast cancer detection and treatment; then how a person’s stem cells are being used to help grow new tissue; next the link between obesity and kidney disease; and finally, stroke care and prevention

April 5th edition of the American Health Journal features a segment on the importance of education for diabetic patients; next the warning signs that might lead to teen suicide; then how sleep influences your health; later, how hospitals prevent the spread of infections; and finally, advancements in neonatology, saving more babies than ever before.

On the March 29,2015 edition of The American Health Journal: begins with the surgery involved to help children born with a facial abnormality; then research for an improved monitor to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; how to choose a doctor to perform your facelift; and finally we’ll show the training for doctors in residency.

On the March 22, 2015 edition of The American Health Journal: opens with insight into the first pediatric heart transplant and the advancements since then; also, the importance of getting regular colon cancer screening; then how can urinary tract infections be prevented? Later, prevention and treatment of prostate cancer; and lastly, the training doctor receive during residency.

On the February 22, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal we have a report on how your own stem cells can help with your orthopedic conditions; next, the dangers of sleep apnea; then the treatments used to help children with scoliosis; later, preparing for a total joint replacement; and finally, how children with chronic diseases and their families are coping.

On the February 15, 2015 edition of the American Health Journal, we highlight the prevalence of child abuse and what you can do; next, the effectiveness of lung cancer screening; then, advancements in wound care; later, the many functions of the liver, and what can injure it; and finally, vaccines for adults.

The American Health Journal for February 8, 2015 examines how parents can help children with their sleep habits; then, a serious condition called charcot foot; next the newest developments in cancer screening and treatment; later, tips on diabetes control; and finally, the importance of vision care.

February 1, 2015: The American Health Journal highlights keys to staying heart-healthy: first, a renowned heart surgeon tell how our foods help or hurt our hearts; then a new heart surgery performed through the wrist; next – solutions for atrial fibrillation; then what is involved in preventative cardiology; and finally, how stents are used to prevent future heart attacks.


January 25, 2015: The American Health Journal begins with a segment outlining treatment for people suffering with lipedema; then how the Ebola virus is spread; Next, the treatments for testicular cancer, later a new device for handling hazardous medications which protects healthcare workers and patients, and finally, a genetic disorder called Fragile X syndrome.


January 20, 2015: This week on the American Health Journal we highlight the use of a patient’s own stem cells to treat their orthopedic conditions; Cerebral Palsy; how technology enhances patient care; Is the influenza vaccine safe for pregnant women and their babies? and research into social anxiety among people along the autism spectrum


December 8, 2014: This week on the American Health Journal: preventing urinary tract infections in women, the importance of eye exams, stroke prevention and treatment, insights into the genetics of a progressive neurological condition, breakthroughs in autism education, and a comparison of CT scans and MRIs.


December 3, 2014: The American Health Journal highlights solutions to many foot and ankle conditions, from ankle arthritis to bunions, foot and toenail fungus, foot problems related to diabetes, flat feet, and sports injuries that affect the foot and ankle.


November 25, 2015: This week on the American Health Journal, we’ll look at early prostate cancer detection, the health dangers of obesity and what you can do to lose weight, colon cancer screening, how to prepare children for a hospital visit, preventing sudden cardiac death, and a new device to detect heart defects in newborns.


November 18, 2015: This week on the American Health Journal, we learn about a new technique for hip replacement which allowed Baseball all-star Steve Garvey to regain mobility, then we found out about what nutrition is best for seniors, then strategies for dealing with diabetes. Then we have a segment highlighting doctors helping a child regain their hearing, and finally new newest technology for breast imaging.


November 7, 2015: The American Health Journal visits with Pat Boone on his tips for living a healthy life; How eye exams can help detect disease; tips on how to fight aging; Friedreich’s Ataxia: living with a neurological illness; Cancer screening for uninsured women; the functions of a Hospitalist


October 31, 2015: The American Health Journal examines the dangers of prescription drugs being abused by teens, Heart rhythm disorders like atrial fibrillation, Colorectal cancer screening and treatment, Preventing falls for older people, the team approach to stroke treatment, and the link between HPV and cancer.


The American Health Journal explores biologic and biosimilar medications used treat to breast cancer, moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis and Lymphoma.


The American Health Journal takes a look at the newest techniques to help vision in people who are getting older.


This week’s topics on the American Health Journal include HIV research, Sex in the Golden Years, the risks of diabetes, preventing childhood injuries, and sinus conditions.