Dr. Holly Phillips
Of the 22 million Americans struggling with asthma, most are able to control it with medication. About 15 percent of asthma patients, however, have cases so severe they require frequent trips to the hospital. Now, there’s a new treatment to help those people breathe easier.
Do you seem to always have a runny or stuffy nose? Maybe you chalk it up to a cold you can’t shake or allergies, but this goes beyond allergies.
Everyone has foods they’d prefer not to eat, but imagine not eating entire food groups. It’s hard to believe, but picky eating in adults is such a growing problem, it was recently categorized as a new eating disorder.
You can help keep your children healthy by teaching them a few simply tricks. CBS 2′s Dr. Holly Phillips tells us what they are.
It’s not just fun and games. A new study shows how playing action video games can improve decision-making skills.
Cold sores are something most of us have to deal with at some point – they can be painful and embarrassing, and pop up where you just can’t hide them. There are, however, treatments that work.
Back pain affects so many people that it’s the top cause of disability in the workplace – but it’s not easy to treat. Now, patients suffering from one type of back pain have an incredible new option for relief.
The muscle aches, runny nose and fever of the flu are enough of a reason to get vaccinated. And now that vaccine may have some heart healthy benefits.
A popular diet drug may be more dangerous than it is helpful, and the government is weighing in on what consumers should do. An FDA committee is considering pulling Meridia as studies show it can increase the risk of heart attacks for some.
Diagnosing cancer can be difficult — even by top doctors. There are, however, some subtle signs that you can pick up on, if you know what to look for.
If you’re a man, or a woman who loves one, there’s some important medical information you need to know. It turns out that for men, there are five common misdiagnoses that everyone should be know.
How would you like to fight heart disease or lower your risk of cancer? The key to doing so might be on your dinner plate.
Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating, a condition that can cause both physical and emotional discomfort. Now, though, a new ultrasound treatment can help stop the sweat.
Tattoos are more popular than ever – but so is tattoo regret. Now, a breakthrough treatment is making tattoo removal faster and more effective than ever.
New research finds the birth control pill could also boost a woman’s brain power. CBS 2′s Dr. Holly Phillips reports.