Dr. Christo on FOX 24 News Now: The Opioid Epidemic and COVID

We Skype with Dr. Paul Christo, director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins University on how COVID-19, quarantine, and the stresses of the past year have contributed to a resurgence in opioid abuse in America, and where we go from here. Continue Reading→

Oregon’s record spike in deaths in 2020 due to COVID-19 and ‘collateral damage’

Read about Oregon's spike in deaths featuring an interview with Dr. Paul Christo about the pandemic and it's lasting effects.   Originally published in the statesmanjournal.com  Continue Reading→

Kelly Preston died on July 12 following a two-year battle with breast cancer

Kelly Preston Dies of Breast Cancer at 57: 'She Was a Bright, Beautiful and Loving Soul' "On the morning of July 12, 2020, Kelly Preston, adored wife and mother, passed away following a two-year battle with breast cancer," a family representative tells PEOPLE exclusively. "Choosing to keep her fight private, she had been Continue Reading→

Melissa Etheridge’s son Beckett dead at 21 from opioid addiction, singer says: ‘My heart is broken’

Rock musician Melissa Etheridge's son Beckett has died. He was 21. In an Instagram post, Etheridge confirmed that Beckett died on Wednesday due to his opioid addiction. "Today I joined the hundreds of thousands of families who have lost loved ones to opioid addiction," the 58-year-old singer wrote in the Continue Reading→

Opioids May be Appropriate for Chronic Pain

Opioid May be Appropriate for Chronic Pain (Christo - J Law Med Ethics - July 2020) buy lopressor online https://bethanyhealthcare.org/wp-content/languages/new/lopressor.html generic medication Read the article published by Dr. Christo in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics in favor of using opioids with chronic pain patients when necessary. buy lotrisone online https://bethanyhealthcare.org/wp-content/languages/new/lotrisone.html generic medication Continue Reading→

5 Foods for the Digestive Tract

A healthy digestive tract is good for more reasons than you probably realize. Many people don’t know the true benefit of gut health. We are all familiar with debilitating intestinal discomfort as well as unregulated bowel movements, which are problems that can be avoided with a healthy digestive tract. But on top of that, your gut health can be directly linked to your mental health too. An overgrowth of bad bacteria in your gut can lead to an overgrowth of bad bacteria elsewhere. There are Continue Reading→

6 Home Remedies to Alleviate Stress

There are many unavoidable sources of stress in our fast-paced society today. With pressures from work, relationships, and family, it is almost impossible to steer clear of stress. However, poor stress management is the precursor for many negative health problems like hypertension, type 2 diabetes, depression, stroke, and high blood pressure. This calls for a means to take care of stress positively. Before resorting to prescription drugs, it is good to attempt a couple of natural remedies at Continue Reading→

How to Avoid Back Pain While Sitting at the Office

Our bodies were meant to be in an active state the majority of the time. As humans have evolved, we have found easier ways to complete everyday tasks using technology. Although these advancements have created easier and more efficient ways of doing things, they also encourage us to move around less. With this in mind, it’s important that you are aware of the health risks that inactive lifestyles can cause, your daily activity levels and how you correct them if need be. Active Lifestyle On Continue Reading→

6 Home Remedies to Alleviate Stress

There are many unavoidable sources of stress in our fast-paced society today. With pressures from work, relationships, and family, it is almost impossible to steer clear of stress. However, poor stress management is the precursor for many negative health problems like hypertension, type 2 diabetes, depression, stroke, and high blood pressure. This calls for a means to take care of stress positively. Before resorting to prescription drugs, it is good to attempt a couple of natural remedies at Continue Reading→

Cancer, Cannabis, And You

New treatments for pain and nausea are available but come pre-packaged with social stigmas. Cancer and its treatment are often painful, and doctors are always on the lookout for ways to relieve discomfort. This usually means prescribing opioids, which are an effective way to treat pain associated with tumors and chemotherapy. However, these can be dangerous drugs and run the risk of addiction if taken improperly or if given to patients with certain risk factors for abuse. Because of this, many Continue Reading→

Dr. Christo on FOX 24 News Now: The Opioid Epidemic and COVID

We Skype with Dr. Paul Christo, director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins University on how COVID-19, quarantine, and the stresses of the past year have contributed to a resurgence in opioid abuse in America, and where we go from here. Continue Reading→

Oregon’s record spike in deaths in 2020 due to COVID-19 and ‘collateral damage’

Read about Oregon's spike in deaths featuring an interview with Dr. Paul Christo about the pandemic and it's lasting effects.   Originally published in the statesmanjournal.com  Continue Reading→

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Part 2 of my show yesterday with Mary Helen Bowers is also now available for listening here: http://bit.ly/2VBgvbH
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If you didn't get a chance to tune into #AchesAndGains yesterday, but are interested in hearing my interview with Mary Helen Bowers about how she overcame her own injuries to create an innovative fitness program called, Ballet Beautiful, you can listen to Part 1 here: http://bit.ly/2PVFhx1
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If you missed Part 1 of my #AchesAndGains show today, there's still time to join! In addition to talking with Mary Helen Bowers, I'll be speaking with an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports & performing arts medicine about preventing and treating both pain and injury in ballet dancers.
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Dr. Paul Christo
Airing now on SiriusXM Family Talk 131 is my show with Ballet Beautiful founder, Mary Helen Bowers. We'll chat about the potential risk of musculoskeletal injury ballerinas can experience from the demands of training and performance.
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Dr. Paul Christo
I had the opportunity to speak with MSNBC about an uptick in overdose deaths last year. If interested, you can watch the full interview here: https://on.msnbc.com/3wIK6NW
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Dr. Paul Christo
Tomorrow on #AchesAndGains, I'm speaking with Mary Helen Bowers, acclaimed ballerina who trained Natalie Portman for her Academy Award winning role in Black Swan. She'll share how she overcame her own injuries to create an innovative fitness program called, Ballet Beautiful.

Tune in tomorrow starting at 5pm ET on SiriusXM Family Talk 131!

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