Shannon fills in for absent spouse Dr. Karl Wendt and talks with Melanie about the differences between the way women and men celebrate.
Aaron talks with Gary about being over-committed, and what happens when you are spread too thin.
Suzanne Nelson shows some of the natural supplements that can help alleviate winter blahs.
Dusty Read explains a way for a current member and a friend to each save a month's worth of fees.
Otolaryngologist Renee Walker explains different types of obstruction and how to treat them.
Dentist Jay Joseph uses pictures to illustrate how easily viewers can prevent gum disease and tooth loss.
Nurse Practitioner Tiffany Huffman talks about parents setting a good example and enjoying activities with their children.
Angela Horner shows how to get an intense workout that you can tailor to your available time.
Dr. Joseph points to less pain and quicker healing times as being among the many reasons dentists are now performing many procedures with lasers.
Suzanne Nelson shows organic produce that can be ordered through the winter, and some of the forms in which it is delivered.
Dr. Walker explains why nosebleeds are common during dry winter weather, and methods of keeping the sinuses hydrated.
Todd Decker explains why he became a hospital chaplain, and the role chaplains play in patient care.
Angela Horner shows another intensive workout that is simple to learn and works all major muscle groups.
Dr. Sue tells about foods that pack an immunity-boosting punch.
Diabetes educator Laurie Smith explains how she works with patients from the point of diagnosis to help them manage their disease without sacrificing enjoyment of food.
Fitness consultant Angela Horner shows five intensive exercises that comprise a complete workout.
Dr. Sue gives practical advice for treating the Croup, a viral upper-respiratory infection.
Dr. Joseph explains how areas of the entire body can become compromised by low-grade infections under teeth.
Dr. Walker explains that the stent can both keep nasal passages open following surgery, and later dissolve on its own.
Dr. Sue explains that lice aren't anything to be embarrassed about, and are relatively easy to eradicate.
Melanie embarks on a week of "eating clean," and asks Suzanne Nelson to clarify what that means.
What parents need to know about the vaccines their children receive.
Dr. Gene Dement invites women to a special talk he's giving about women's risk factors for heart disease.
Dr. Walker explains some less-obvious symptoms of sleep apnea in children, and how the problem can be solved surgically.
Gary gets his annual vaccination, and pharmacist Rollin Trewyn talks about myths surrounding flu shots.
Angela Horner shows Gary an intensive workout that can be completed in 20 minutes.
Dr. Sue spells out the types of flu vaccine available, and who should receive them.
Dr. Walter Dandridge gives advice on home breast exams for men.
Lori Marble outlines the free 6-week workshop, which addresses the problems common to many chronic illnesses, including diabetes, arthritis, and emphysema.
Dr. Ben Leavens lists some of the health problems associated with overweight dogs and cats.
Dr. Jeff Manley explains the many services offered for women.
Dr. Sue explains the symptoms and causes of autumn allergies, and how to treat them.
Chef Cari shows us a quick and easy smoothie recipe that's really nutritious.
Dr. Joseph shows how specialized sports-related mouthguards have become.
Freeman Rehabilitation Director Carolyn Dermott shares information on the many rehab programs the hospital offers.
Fitness Consultant Angela Horner shows how she achieves her rock-hard abs.
Just as pace makers can help regulate the heart, deep brain stimulation can do the same for the mind. In today's Mercy Health Minute, Dr. Taylor Bear explains how the device works.
Dr. Sue explains that some teens are abusing stimulants normally prescribed for ADHD.
Dr. Walter Dandridge outlines the services provided by Mercy Breast Cancer Center.
Dr. Karl's lesson from the film is that we all need to balance our sense of drive with a sense of contentment.
Children show marked progress in motor skills when playing with a dog as opposed to more traditional therapies.
Dr. Sue outlines some common scenarios that accompany the first week back at school, and how to navigate them.
Researchers have isolated a gene in animals that causes them to gain weight; they hope to apply their knowledge to humans and treat a genetic tendency toward obesity by manipulating the protein associated with the gene.
Dr. Sue gives some suggestions for soothing a child's sunburn.
Dr. Hilton McDonald explains how food allergies are diagnosed, including keeping a food diary.
A breakthrough procedure has saved a young woman's life when a life-threatening brain tumor returned.
A new weight-loss resort based on the "boot camp" approach of the hit TV show "The Biggest Loser" is getting results for its clients.
Dr. Angela Langer explains that exercise during pregnancy is beneficial, and only under certain medical circumstances should it be curtailed.
Gary undergoes acupuncture treatment live on Living Well, and says he notices a difference in his stiff neck.
Gary learns some of the history of acupuncture and some medical issues that can be addressed using this type of therapy.