DEAR DR. ROACH: Thirty years ago, when I was in my 40s, I was diagnosed with bronchiolitis, which was considered a disease of young children.
Wellness — prevention of disease while maintaining healthfulness — matters to everyone.
DEAR DR. ROACH: My older daughter has had headaches most of her life. When she was young, she thought it was normal.
Anger is a normal emotion that everyone has, just that some have it stronger than others.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm 78 and a male. I had a total hip replacement on the right side 28 days ago. After the surgery, I was hospitalized two nights with physical therapy, then went home with six supervised therapy sessions.
Do you remember where you learned to manage money and debt? As financial literacy is not a topic that is always taught in schools, you most likely picked up your budgeting and financial skills from your parents.
In this CFL off-season, after some pretty good bursts of energy, you can see why in mid-March the Romans killed Julius Caesar.
DEAR DR. ROACH: A few years ago, my father had two spinal cord stimulators implanted in his back to help with his lower back pain. He recently had a stroke, and after a CAT scan, was scheduled for an MRI.