Archived Discussions

Hosted by David H. Clements, MD
Today surgeons use genetic testing to better predict the understanding of and treatment for scoliosis. This testing can give the doctor and the patient more information to guide their choices. Join David Clements, M.D., when he answers your questions regarding scoliosis.
Hosted by Kathleen M. Heintz, DO
February is Go Red for Women month and again this year, Cooper is joining the American Heart Association to encourage women to maintain a healthy lifestyle and a healthy heart.
Hosted by Martha S. Matthews, MD
If you're one of the growing number of men interested in more than just puttering around with your looks and shape, submit a question and chat with Dr. Martha S. Matthews, one of the region's premier plastic surgeons. Learn more about the surgeries and procedures men choose the most: nose reshaping, eyelid surgery, liposuction, chest enhancements and more.
Hosted by Carla Fynan, R.D.
According to, losing weight is, by far, the most popular New Year's Resolution. But there's a lot we can learn about losing weight successfully. Join us on January 7th as Carla Fynan, Manager of Clinical Nutrition at Cooper, will have the answers for all your nutritional questions.
Hosted by John F. Robertson, Jr., MD
Most of us look forward to the holidays and hope they will be a time of love, happiness and peace. Unfortunately, the tremendous demands of the season can sometimes lead to a reality of stress, anxiety and grief. John Robertson, M.D., from Cooper's Division of Family Medicine, will answer your questions about surviving the pressures of the holiday season as happily and healthfully as possible.
Hosted by Lori B. Feldman-Winter, MD
Adolescence is a time of significant physical, emotional and psychological changes. Dr. Feldman-Winter answers your questions on how to best address their teens evolving medical and health care needs, including topics like nutrition, vaccinations, skin and body changes, social concerns, and puberty and sexuality issues.
Hosted by Andrea M. Russo, MD
Cooper Cardiologist Andrea M. Russo, M.D., will answer your questions about heart arrhythmias and other heart issues, as well as the importance of knowing your numbers such as blood pressure and cholesterol. She will address screenings and diagnostic tests you may need, as well as give you tips for making healthy choices.
Hosted by Melissa A. Carran, MD
About 200,000 new cases of seizure disorders and epilepsy are diagnosed each year and almost 3 million people in the U.S. have some form of epilepsy. Seizure disorders and epilepsy affects a number of physical and mental functions. Dr. Carran will answer questions about treatments and living with epilepsy.
Hosted by Rosalie Pepe, MD
With so much in the news about H1N1 (swine) flu, we know that you have many questions about staying healthy, who should get the H1N1 vaccine and how to prepare your family for this pandemic. Join Rosalie Pepe, M.D., of Cooper University Hospital's Division of Infectious Diseases, as she answers your questions.
Hosted by Anjali K. Ray, MD
A healthy lifestyle and good medical care can reduce your health risks and improve your quality of life. Anjali K. Ray, M.D. will answer your questions about aging and the challenges you are finding that you believe are age related.
Hosted by Lydia Liao, MD
Certain individuals are considered to be at higher risk for breast cancer, particularly if they have a history of the disease in their family.If you have questions about mammography, breast cancer, or other related issues, Dr. Lydia Liao, Director of Women's Imaging, will answer your questions.
Hosted by Thomas R. Mirsen, MD
Would you know if you were having a stroke? Do you know the warning signs? Is there something you should do to reduce your risk of stroke? Thomas R. Mirsen, M.D., will answer these questions and more live on
Hosted by Elias A. Iliadis, MD
Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a very common circulation condition affecting 12-20 percent of Americans age 65 years and older. If undiagnosed and untreated it can significantly affect your quality of life and long-term health. Clinical Cardiologist Elias A. Iliadis, M.D., will answer your questions about PVD and heart disease, including the symptoms, treatments and risks you should be aware of.
Hosted by Martha S. Matthews, MD
Every year millions of people choose to have some part of their body changed through plastic and cosmetic surgery. Join Martha Matthews, M.D., head of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Cooper, for an overview of common surgical and non-surgical techniques.
Hosted by Jerrold A. Friedman, MD
Can acupuncture help you? Patients with osteoarthritis, muscle or nerve issues can sometimes be helped with a combination of conventional and complementary medicine treatments. Jerrold Friedman, M.D., in Cooper's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, uses manual medicine and acupuncture, along with other methods, in his treatment of patients with many musculoskeletal issues and will answer your questions.
Hosted by R. Robert Franks, DO
Sports seasons are in full swing. Many of us sit at our desks all week and then launch ourselves into a variety of sports on Saturday and Sunday. Do you have questions regarding sports injuries?
Hosted by Eric E. Kupersmith, MD
Have you been hospitalized or know you are going to need hospital care? Eric E. Kupersmith, M.D., will answer the your questions about being in the hospital.
Hosted by Richard Selznick, PhD
This Health eTalk will provide parents with tips, strategies and suggestions of how to keep your children's minds active during their summer school break.
Hosted by Dana Farengo Clark, MS
Does cancer run in your family? Most people have someone in their family who has had cancer, but some families have a hereditary or genetic factor that can greatly increase their chances of developing cancer. Dana Farengo Clark, M.S., CGC, is a board-certified Genetic Counselor at the Cooper Cancer Institute, will answer your questions about cancer, cancer detection and the genetic link.
Hosted by Alfred C. Tomaio, MD
The older we get, the more we lose our balance and fall. If you have questions about difficulty walking, dizziness, neck pain, tingling in your lower extremities, Alfred C. Tomaio, M.D. will be answering your questions.
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