Last week while I was in Boise for my son's wedding, I couldn't help but notice all the new buildings in their city center and downtown area. It made me think, "Why we don't get new buildings here except for medical-related facilities or banks?"
Male pattern baldness isn't just a male problem, it impacts a lot of females too. And acne? Acne isn't just a problem for kids, adults can get it too. Especially if you spend too much time out in the sun, and if you combine it with alcohol and spicy food. Here's more with Dr. Scott Sears.
We've talked a lot about the COVID-19 concerns over the past few weeks from a virus standpoint, but what are some of the side effects from the COVID-19 shutdowns and social distancing guidelines? Depression, anxiety, suicide, and even sexual dysfunction- just to name a few.
We may not necessarily be able to refer to it as good news, but it is certainly better news for Montana when it comes to the COVID-19 fight. New numbers not only predict a lower death rate, but they also suggest that Montana hospitals could avoid being overwhelmed by patients.
Here's some of the questions we threw at Dr. Scott Sears from St. Vincent Healthcare: What happens with the Montanans who are testing positive for coronavirus, or COVID-19? When do they know they are in the clear? Are there any therapies, treatments, or preventive medications that the doctor recommends?
Brooke told us how the best part of her day is when parents say that the music helped put a smile on their child's face for the first time in a long time. But then she told us how she combines music with the child's very own heartbeat.
We also asked Dr. Sears if the media is over-hyping the virus and creating a panic. Plus, should you attend big sporting events like the state basketball tournaments here in Montana? Check out his response, and the audio of our full conversation by clicking below:
I got news for you. If you think that wearing a face mask is going to save you from COVID-19 (Coronavirus)- it won't. Plus, hear an incredible life-saving story out of Laurel, Montana by listening to our full interview with Dr. Scott Sears.
While Dr. Sears acknowledges that the virus so far isn't having that great of an impact on health here in America, he says it is definitely impacting the business of healthcare- especially since all of the masks and some other medical supplies are made in China.