Archive: Your Health Season 3 Episode 18

Your Health

Rosacea is the subject of this week's field piece. Rosacea is a very common skin disease, which affects mostly the face. if left untreated, it can be disfiguring. Dermatologists can help, but it's the cosmetologist who can sometimes work miracles. Studio discussion is on schizophrenia and the use of drugs - researchers think they can stop psychotic episodes by giving people drugs earlier -- even before a diagnosis. But critics warn that using drugs too early can be dangerous. Maureen's studio guests are Bill McPhee who publishes Schizophrenia Digest. Dr. Robert Zipursky a clinical director of the schizophrenia program for Addiction and Mental Health, and Jennifer Chambers, a mental health patient advocate. This week Dr. Paul Caldwell's subject is CAT scans.
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Aug 10, 2002
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