Archived Discussions

Hosted by Nabet G. Kasabian, MD

As women age, urological issues are not uncommon. In fact, women are twice as likely to experience issues with their bladder as men. Join Nabet G. Kasabian, MD, FACS, Attending Surgeon with Cooper University Hospital, as he answers your burning questions about the discomfort that can result from female urologic issues.

Hosted by Beth R. Duncan, MD

Every child gets the sniffles, earaches and nosebleeds, yet there comes a time when these everyday symptoms are a sign of a more serious problem. Learn how an ENT may be able to help end your child's suffering.

Hosted by Fredric L Ginsberg, MD

Diagnosing heart disease can be a complicated process. Dr. Frederic Ginsberg, a renowned cardiologist at Cooper University Hospital, will answer your questions about heart tests and explain what they do.

Hosted by Alicia Michaux, MS, RD
Two of the most important things a cancer survivor can do are eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. Alicia Michaux, M.S., R.D., the Cooper Cancer Institute's registered dietician, will answer your questions.
Hosted by Maria Lania-Howarth, MD

Allergies to food are on the rise. Maria Lania-Howarth, MD, Allergy/Immunology Division Head, will answer your questions about diagnosing and managing food allergies in children.

Hosted by Michael Sabia, MD

Do you have questions about back pain? You're not alone. Back pain affects nearly 13 million Americans and is the second most common reason for lost days of work. There are many methods for managing pain, and some of the most innovative and promising treatments involve the use of technology by way of interventional procedures.

Hosted by Naomi Lawrence, MD

Do you have questions about the latest techniques for improving skin texture and quality without surgery? Naomi Lawrence, M.D., Head of Procedural Dermatology at Cooper, will address medical skin rejuvenation procedures.

Hosted by James B. Alexander, MD

Varicose veins affect nearly 40 million Americans and are a medical problem that need not go untreated. Dr. Alexander specializes in minimally invasive, outpatient treatments of varicose and spider veins that get patients back on their feet and improve their quality of life within days.

Hosted by Allen D. Seftel, MD

More than 30 million American men suffer from various degrees of sexual dysfunction. Dr. Allen Seftel, a world-renowned expert in the field of sexual health, will answer your questions about common causes of male sexual dysfunction and provide advice and information on current treatment strategies.

Hosted by Tamara A. LaCouture, MD

CyberKnife is an important addition to the treatment options available to people with lung, prostate cancer and other cancers - and one worthwhile to explore. Join Dr. LaCouture as she discusses this innovative treatment option.

Hosted by Adam S. Holzberg, DO
Dr. Holzberg will answer your questions about pelvic organ prolapse - which affects many women - and urinary incontinence, including evaluation and treatment options.
Hosted by Joan M. Carver, DPM
Summer is here and it's time to put your best foot forward. Whether you're a flip-flop fanatic, wear steel-toed work boots year-round, or have serious medical issues, proper foot care is one of the most important things we can do to protect our overall health and well-being. Take a step in the right direction and join us July 8 at noon for an eHealth Talk with Cooper podiatrist, Joan M. Carver, DPM.
Hosted by Priya C. Singh, MD
This Health eTalk will give you the opportunity to ask questions about lung cancer risk factors, prevention, treatment and advances in the field.
Hosted by Richard Selznick, PhD
This Health eTalk will provide parents with tips, strategies and suggestions on how to help children keep their minds active and their behavior under control during summer break. The transition from school to summer and then back to school can be difficult for families and may pose special challenges if your child is accustomed to a rigorous, structured routine.
Hosted by Robert T. Brown, MD
Adolescence is a time of significant physical, emotional and psychological change, and teen boys have their own, unique set of issues and concerns. This Health eTalk will focus on many of the health and social concerns affecting male adolescents.
Hosted by Yuan Y. Liu, MD
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is much more than just pins and needles. It's sharp, radiating pain in your wrist, hand, and arm that wakes you at night. It's tingling, numbness and weakness that doesn't go away, even during the day.
Hosted by Richard Selznick, PhD
If you or your child is preparing to go off to college in the near future and has ADHD or a learning disability, there are many factors to consider that can influence a successful college experience.
Hosted by Paul M. Lafferty, MD
With age comes increased risk of disease and disability, including the occurrence of common geriatric syndromes such as falls, geriatric fragility fractures, and malnutrition. Paul M. Lafferty, M.D. answers your questions.
Hosted by Mark Angelo, MD
Mark Angelo, MD, FACP, Director of the Palliative Care Program will answer your questions and provide guidance on the topic of Palliative Care.
Hosted by Brian M. Smith, DMD
Painful clicking or popping in the jaw could mean you have TMJ syndrome. Cooper's oral maxillofacial surgeons answer your questions about this baffling syndrome
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