Health Notes

October 1, 2021

Health Matters is an award-winning weekly television series broadcast on WVUA-23 that features University Medical Center physicians and providers who raise awareness of important health issues and bring relevant and timely health information to the public. Health Matters airs on WVUA-23 on Wednesdays at 5 pm and Sundays at 10 pm. Segments are also posted to the WVUA-23 and UMC websites.

September Health Matters

These days, anxiety is so common that it’s unusual for people not to feel anxious. But too much anxiety can take a toll, not only on our minds but on our bodies, leading to back pain, high blood pressure and the worsening of chronic health conditions. Dr. James Reeves, a psychiatrist at University Medical Center explains more about anxiety. Learn More.

As we get older, our brains don’t function as efficiently as they once did. Some of this is part of the normal aging process. But if you’re experiencing memory and cognitive problems, it could be a sign of dementia. Dr. James Reeves is a psychiatrist at University Medical Center. He explains what dementia is, and ways to slow or prevent the condition. Learn More.