The award-winning SECOND OPINION is a national initiative to promote health literacy and empower viewers to take charge of their healthcare. This season features new host Joan Lunden, an esteemed journalist and television personality, breast cancer survivor, and women's health advocate. In each half-hour episode, Lunden hosts a panel of medical experts along with a real patient story that highlights a specific medical condition, disease, or public health issue in order to examine effective treatments and solutions.
Before the beginning of 2020, many people had never heard the word "coronavirus.
All across America, there are large and persistent racial differences in health and accessing healthcare.
Alzheimer's Disease is an under-recognized public health crisis.
Millennials were born between the years 1981 and 1996.
Adult obesity is associated with a decrease in life expectancy for both men and women, as well as an increase in chronic disease.
In 1981 the term "sandwich generation" was coined to describe a group of Americans who are caring for children under the age of 18 and older relatives at the same time.
Anxiety is the most common mental-health disorder in the United States, affecting nearly onethird of both adolescents and adults.
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death and disability for women in the United States.
Parkinson's Disease is the fastest growing neurological disorder in the world.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, and this diagnosis not only brings physical challenges, but significant emotional and psychological challenges, as well.
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