This issue of the Dr. Bob Martin show has something for everybody from antidepressants to being lonely to fatal car crashes.
Dr. James Blumenthal, a professor of Medical Psychology at Duke University says an unexpected finding about antidepressants is a death boost risk.
We have millions of auto accidents in the U.S. every year, seat belts can save the lives of many folks. However there are new findings that the obese and the skinny maybe more prone to fatal car crashes.
Tinnitus or ringing in the ears affects at least 50 million people in the U.S. (I happen to be one of those affected.) Now there is evidence that tinnitus can cause another problem (As if I needed another one) Dr. Bob referred to it as ‘getting stuck in stupid’.
At least a third of adults say they are lonely and some say the forties are the loneliest years. Researchers claim that loneliness can increase the risk of several health conditions.
Coffee and heart problems are in the news again. Do you need a caffeine fix to get yourself out the door in the morning? It appears if your body breaks down caffeine to slowly you have a 64% higher risk of heart problems.
Better click here to listen to all this and other good health advice on Dr. Bob’s show.