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Howard G. Smith, M.D. is a former radio medical editor and talk show host in the Boston Metro area.  His "Medical Minute" of health and wellness news and commentary was a regular weekday feature on WBZ-AM, WRKO-AM, and WMRE-AM.   His popular two-way talk show, Dr. Howard Smith OnCall, was regularly heard Sunday morning and middays on WBZ.

More recently, Dr. Smith has adopted the 21st century technology of audio and video podcasting as conduits for the short health and wellness reports, HEALTH NEWS YOU SHOULD USE, and the timely how-to recommendations, HEALTH TIPS YOU CAN'T SKIP.  Many of these have video versions, and they may be found on his YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKPOSWu-b4GjEK_iOCsp4MA

Trained at Harvard Medical School and a long-time faculty member at Boston Children’s Hospital, he practiced Pediatric Otolaryngology for 40 years in Boston, Southern California, and in central Connecticut. He will be filing news reports and creating commentaries regularly as audio podcasts.  Then several times a month, the aggregated reports will appear as vidcast HEALTH NEWS ROUNDUPS on his YouTube channel and as audio podcasts on this feed.  ​

If you have questions or suggestions about this content, please email the doctor at drhowardsmith.reports@gmail.com or leave him a message at 516-778-8864.  His website is: www.drhowardsmith.com.

Please note that the news, views, commentary, and opinions that Dr. Smith provides are for informational purposes only.  Any changes that you or members of your family contemplate making to lifestyle, diet, medications, or medical therapy should always be discussed beforehand with personal physicians who have been supervising your care.

Jun 30, 2016

Slowly inhaling nasal sprays improves their distribution within the nose.

 

Video podcast:

https://youtu.be/aZCZWLWHhMM


Jun 13, 2016

Head injuries without concussion can produce lasting vision changes in young athletes.

Video podcast:

https://youtu.be/CE03dltJORE


Jun 12, 2016

Cleaning your charcoal grill could lead to injuries of the mouth, throat, and intestines.

Video Podcast:

https://youtu.be/oe_tl3jG6J4