Wellness Wednesday: Food Allergies, Sedatives, Lifting Safety
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may not be a common lunch option anymore, as the incidence of childhood peanut allergies rises. But a recent study found that early exposure to peanut products can reduce the chances of developing an allergy. And as the Arnold Sports Festival approaches, we'll discuss the latest trends in weightlifting.
- Dr. Princess Ogbogu, director of the Allergy and Immunology program at Wexner Medical Center
- Katherine Iritani, acting director of health care at the U.S. Government Accountability Office
- Neal Pire, exercise physiologist at Holy Name Hospital Fitness Center
Read the GAO's report on the use of anti-psychotic medication for patients with dementia