YMCA celebrates Healthy Kids Day

The YMCA of Greater Providence stopped by The Rhode Show on Tuesday morning to chat about Healthy Kids Day, which falls on April 26, 2014.

Tips for those with sleep apnea

Good sleep is key to maintaining overall health and sleep apnea could be hindering your ability to get a proper night’s rest.

Project Fitness: Crossfit

Do you feel like you’re in a workout rut? If you’re looking for results, but aren’t seeing them, it may be because your body has gotten too …

Setting dental hygiene habits for kids

In making sure your children practice proper dental hygiene, don’t be afraid to start the care early. Baby teeth are just as important as pe…

5 tips for a healthy home

Local mom blogger Audrey McClelland joined us on The Rhode Show with five critical tips to keep your home germ-free, and with any luck, sick…

Celebrating the holidays responsibly

The holidays are approaching, which is always a great time to celebrate with family and friends, but it’s important to do so responsibly.

Botox is new solution for oral pain

Botox and the dentist? Bet this is a combination you never imagined but you might be surprised to learn that your dentist can be very effect…

New developments in hearing technology

Millions of people wear hearing aids everyday while the technology in them has come a long way. Beltone Hearing Aid Centers are on the cutti…

How we actually hear through our ears

Our hearing is a critical sense that we use every single day. And hearing loss is a serious concern that health professionals often warn pat…

Dentist to athletes: Protect your jaw

Playing organized sports is fun, but it’s important to remember to take all necessary precautions in order to stay safe. Dr. Jennifer Kuchar…

Too much sugar can land you at dentist

‘Tis the season to trim the tree, sing carols, and indulge in the sweets that the holiday season brings, but before you go overboard with th…

Help for patients with dental phobia

Dental phobia is a top 3 most common fear in our society, and is too often hidden by shame and guilt or denial making problems worst.