Dr. Justin Clark
LISTEN: Nearly 10 percent of Alaskan are living with diabetes. Two specialists discuss the diagnosis and treatment.
The CDC has reported that more than 100 million Americans are now living with diabetes or prediabetes, and these numbers continue to rise. While some people are born with type 1 diabetes, 95% of those affected have adult onset, or type 2 diabetes.
Do Alaskan’s have a lower chance of getting skin cancer? Are tanning beds safe? How do you treat dry skin and eczema?
Oral Maxillofacial surgery, or OMFS, is a specialty that combines dentistry and facial surgery to provide services from wisdom teeth removal to complex jaw surgery to fix cleft lips and palates, overbites, underbites, and even sleep apnea.
Next year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA. The different provisions in the Act affect all of us everyday. This week on Line One we discuss living and working with disability in Alaska.
We often do not think about blood until we are in a situation where we desperately need it. 4.5 million Americans need a blood transfusion every year. How is it tested? What are the risks?
Orthopedic issues of the feet can be extremely limiting in both kids and adults. The good news is that technology is really pushing the boundaries in surgery and assistance devices.