Dr. Crystal Foster
Dr. Crystal Foster discusses some of the latest medical headlines including news about a decrease in the number of strokes and the potential benefits of organic food.
There is a new global effort to combat antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Dr. Crystal Foster talks about these drug-resistant bugs, and the actual effectiveness of antibiotics.
Dr. Crystal Fosters looks at some of the latest medical headlines including the life expectancy of smokers, a new way to ease menopause symptoms, and a link between cynicism and dementia.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about some of the latest medical headlines including a jump in diabetes cases, kids drinking energy drinks, and the so-called ‘pregnancy brain’ phenomenon.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about how to know when allergies become something worse, new guidelines for sugar intake, and the dangers of smoking around children.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about this week’s top medical headlines, including the flu’s grip on North Texas and a recent study about teenagers not getting enough exercise.
Dr. Crystal Foster looks ahead at the upcoming flu season, and discusses a study about how the bacteria inside of humans could impact a person’s weight.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the physical effects of bullying, infections that are resistant to antibiotics, and ways to prevent fall allergies.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the latest medical headlines, touching on topics like metabolism, Parkinson’s disease and foods served at schools.
Dr. Crystal Foster is back with a look at the latest health headlines, including a possible link between induction and autism, and how food can help or hurt your nightly sleep.
The so-called ‘morning after pill’ will be made available over the counter to customers 15 years old or older. Dr. Crystal Foster explains the motivation (and possible pitfalls) behind these changes.
Scientists are ready to take on the challenge of mapping the human brain. Dr. Crystal Foster explains how the research could help things like PTSD and Alzheimer’s disease.