Is fish oil helpful or useless? Does eating red meat make any difference for heart health? Can you keep up with changing nutritional guidelines?
When someone recovers unexpectedly from a terminal illness, what happened? What can we learn from the science of spontaneous healing?
A leading aging researcher describes how you can age better. Get out of breath sometimes, eat stressed plants and spend time with friends and pets.
Prices of prescription drugs have been rising at a rapid rate. Find out how you can save money on medicines and share your tips with other listeners.
People who find that the standard thyroid treatment doesn't resolve all their symptoms of hypothyroidism may wish to discuss combination therapy.
Chronic pain has a huge emotional component. While spine surgery can correct deformities, people with chronic back pain may need additional help.
When you experience the joy of movement, you get multiple benefits for physical and mental health. What type of movement brings you joy?
In examining how our diets can alter angiogenesis, Dr. Li has turned up plenty of evidence for using food as medicine to beat cancer.
David Fajgenbaum, MD, is racing to develop a cure for his rare disease and help other patients with rare diseases as well.
Candida auris was virtually unknown a decade ago. Now it has acquired resistance to many antifungal medications and has caused infections around the world.
Share your favorite home remedies with other listeners by calling 888-472-3366 between 7 and 8 am EST on Dec. 7, 2019. Do you ever use vinegar?
Find out how you can take good care of your eyesight. What are the best ways to manage dry eyes and protect yourself from macular degeneration?
Dr. Christian Conte has developed an effective way to deal with anger. It has three steps: Listen, Validate, Explore options.
If you've ever wondered, "What should we be eating?" you'll want to listen to Dr. Mark Hyman tell why cooking tasty food doesn't have to take lots of time.
For decades, there was no research on the potential uses of psychedelic drugs. Scientists are now starting to explore how these drugs may help.
Many people take supplements. A major review last summer concluded, though, that they are a waste of time for heart disease. Is that really true?
No one knows quite how many diagnostic errors doctors make each year, but the number is high. Some have serious or deadly consequences.
Lots of Americans, especially senior citizens, are taking too many meds. This can result in undesirable reactions and dangerous interactions. Can we fix it?
Medicine is heavy on technology but often lacking in empathy. How could technology be coupled with listening to make medicine more humane?