Ming-Chih Kao, PhD, MD on Medications & Back Pain

Earned his doctoral degree in computational biology and biostatistics at Harvard University. After graduate school, he continued to research at NIH and earned an MD at the University of Michigan. He has an unusual experience as a primary care physician in San Francisco. There, the complexities of chronic pain, its diagnosis, and its management led…

Depression and Medication (Part One)

JUDGING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDICATION IS NOT ALWAYS STRAIGHT-FORWARD. IN SOME WAYS, THE PATIENT IS THE LAST PERSON TO KNOW THEY’RE GETTING BETTER. THAT IS, THE PATIENT MAY COME IN AND SAY, THIS MEDICINE ISN’T WORKING. IT’S NOT HELPING. THEN YOU ASK, WELL HOW ARE YOU SLEEPING? WELL I’M SLEEPING BETTER. I’M ACTUALLY ABLE TO…

Dr Paul on Preventing the Coronavirus

Hi everyone. I’m Dr. Williams. And at this point in time almost everyone in some shape or fashion has had their life affected by the Coronavirus. Isn’t it startling how one virus could change the entire world? Every day we hear about events and conferences getting cancelled throughout the world. It’s like the nightmare that…

Speaking Up on Teen Stress

>>Teacher: We’re going to share a high and a low experience from this last week.>>Student: A low for me is, I had my first anxiety attack, like I want to say three days ago, so that’s stressful.>>Jordan: I’ve had a lot of friends throughout my life that have really struggled with their mental health. And…