Your Health with Dr. Joe Galati

Your Health with Dr. Joe Galati

Dr. Joseph S. Galati, hosts the weekly "Your Health First" broadcast on KTRH-AM.Full Bio


Since 2003, Dr. Joe Galati has been a familiar voice on Texas radio airwaves, producing and hosting Your Health First every Sunday evening, on the programs flagship station 740 KTRH in Houston. Each week, Dr. Galati discusses the latest health and medical trends with his listeners, Dr. Joe Galati, America’s “Physician- Communicator”, can be heard on the radio encouraging his audience to become better consumers of healthcare and equipping them with the information needed to better understand the health issues facing us today. His new book, “Eating Yourself Sick”, draws from his decades of experience caring for patients, as well as the many years he has been sharing his knowledge on the radio.


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Heart Disease and Fatty Liver

Cardio Health & College Nutrition w/ Elizabeth

On today's show, Dr. Galati gives guidelines on keeping a healthy cardiovascular system and talks about The Texas Heart Institute. Later, Dr. Galati revisits an old segment discussing college nutrition with his daughter Elizabeth.

Auto Safety w/ Matthew Shaer

Dr. Galati starts the program explaining the difference between health span and life span. He also has Matthews Shaer of The New York Times join the show to talk about his article, “Why Are American Drivers So Deadly?” Dr. Galati gets his take on the part of the article that expresses how stressful situations lead to your worst instincts and technologies to improve driver behavior.

Liver Transplant w/ Dr. Saharia & Emotional Intelligence w/ Chuck Garcia

Dr. Galati is back in studio tonight ahead of our freezing temperatures this week. He has Dr. Ashish Saharia of Houston Methodist join the show to talk about liver transplant and the impact it has. Dr. Galati also has Chuck Garcia join to talk about their past his expertise in emotional intelligence. They also take some time to chat about a few news articles and loneliness.

Longevity & Processed Sugar

Dr. Galati kicks off the new year with a chat about an article on the seven keys to longevity and some quick tips. He talks about the importance of knowing the amount of processed sugar in what you eat. Dr. Galati also spends time discussing a dear friend who had a relative with a moderate health crisis and how to be a good patient.

Planning for 2024

Dr. Galati starts his show talking about the Texans loss, the nice weather today, and how it’s time to start thinking about new year planning. He explains how identification early is key to a problem and five main things and numbers to be aware of. Dr. Galati is also giving away more books.

The Mediterranean Diet w/ Registered Dietician Lauren Mahesri

Dr. Galati is back in studio, and he dedicates tonight on The Mediterranean Diet. Registered Dietician Lauren Mahesri joins the program to define this diet and what it all includes. She also explains how we can adopt a healthier way to eat. Dr. Galati also wants to start panning for 2024 and illustrates the importance of knowing your personal dashboard.

Cirrhosis Secondary to Fatty Liver & Loneliness Affecting Your Health

Dr. Galati starts by sharing a story about a patient that has cirrhosis secondary to fatty liver. He also spends time chatting about a few articles he’s read on vaping among high school students and how loneliness is deadly to your health. Dr Galati focuses on the second article there and explains how to prevent this from happening.

TED Talk This Thursday & Planning for The Week Ahead

Dr. Galati is back after being off with the Astros playing on News Radio 740 KTRH. He talks about the disappointing loss not being able to win at home. He spends some time talking about a TED talk he’s been asked to participate in and the final days of Liver Cancer Awareness Month. Dr Galati also, as he’s done previously, urges you to plan for the week ahead in terms of what you eat.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Jackie DeAngelis’s Story

Dr. Galati starts the program talking about a deep tissue massage he had on Friday. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month Dr. Galati replays an interview we had with Jackie DeAngelis to share her story on breast cancer. He also talks about the feedback he received on last weeks show on heart disease in females with Stephanie Coulter.