Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuroanatomist who gained exceptional insights into the function of the whole brain from her stroke and recovery.
As humans evolved, they had to move to survive. They didn't exercise for their health, but now we do. How do we make exercise more enjoyable?
Learn the best way to manage your heartburn without relying too heavily on PPI drugs like Nexium or Prilosec. Does diet help?
Opioids are an important tool for managing pain, but they are not the only option. Dr. Sean Mackey says we need a revolution in thinking about pain.
A few simple measures could delay or reverse the aging process. Take care of your mental health, don't smoke, skip meals and sleep enough.
Faced with uncertainty, most people feel anxious. But you can manage your anxiety by changing your habit loops with kindness and curiosity.
Hearing loss is a common problem, but you don't have to suffer in silence. New technology may offer options to help you hear better.
During an extremely stressful year, most people were not able to have therapy face to face. How does online therapy fill the void?
Learn about treating Parkinson's disease and how to prevent this movement disorder. What policy changes are needed to protect the public?
Dr. Marvin Singh, integrative gastroenterologist, offers insights on how to recover a healthy gut balance after it has been disrupted.
Find out how you can use teamwork to improve your post-pandemic relationships. Capitalize on the different strengths each partner brings.
Dr. Crystal Aguh offers solid advice on how to care for summer-stressed skin and what to do about mask-aggravated acne.
Dr. Robert Lustig describes how processed food is driving inflammation and subcellular pathologies that underlie chronic disease.
Dr. Peter Hotez explains vaccine diplomacy and how it can help us avoid another global pandemic.
Dr. Tieraona Low Dog describes how to use vitamin D, zinc and botanical medicines to keep your immune response optimal. Also, an herbal first aid kit.
Some people suffer devastating consequences after an acute coronavirus infection. Fatigue and dizziness from POTS may be part of this post-COVID syndrome.
Evidence shows that SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, moves like an aerosol. How can we avoid airborne viral transmission?
Listen to find out when your digestive distress might signal a serious problem and when you could manage it at home with simple remedies.
During the pandemic, intensive care units and hospitals have been pushed to their limits. What is the impact of COVID-19?
Dr. Shanna Swan discusses her research on the everyday chemicals undermining our health and fertility now and possibly in the future.