Dr. Christo was a special guest on the news show Crossroads discussing the legal suits that have been brought against U.S. Drugmakers. Among the suits is one filed against Johnson & Johnson that claims they facilitated the opioid crisis. Watch the interview now!
EXPRESSION AND CAREGIVING FOR PARENTS Dan and Alex had another heartfelt conversation about revealing problems that you may have with yourself and expressing yourself about them to others. They also chatted with Virginia Morris, author of “How to Care for Aging Parents”, on how to handle this phase of life.They also spoke to Associate professor …
Dr. Christo is LIVE in the studio with Michelle Makoi from Clear Cut on I24. They discuss the FDA’s approval of a new class of drug for depression called Esketamine. This is an important breakthrough in the treatment of treatment-resistant depression.
This mysterious disease confounds doctors. Dr. Paul Christo speaks with i24 about Acute Flaccid Paralysis.
Dr. Christo joins Stateside to discuss the difficult balance between trying to help people who have legitimate pain needs and people who may have an addiction issue. Watch now!
Lawsuit Targets Billionaire Family Behind Oxycontin
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Stateside: Spotlight – Vaping Now an Epidemic Among U.S. Teens Dr. Paul sits down with Stateside to discuss how vaping can be dangerous when used in underage teenagers, and how it has now become an epidemic in US among that age group.
Dr. Paul Christo speaks on Crossroads about a new warning to people who take a daily low dose of aspirin. Details on the study in the video below.
Should marijuana be used to address the opioid crisis? Jun. 23, 2018 – 3:16 – Some push to provide pot as a substitute for painkillers; pain management specialist weighs in on ‘Fox & Friends.’