People who report near death experiences often find that their lives have changed instantly and permanently, with new values and no fear of death.
Have pandemic restrictions interfered with your exercise routine? Dr. McGonigal describes how to feel better with new approaches to movement.
You know a lot already about the pandemic, but what do you know about COVID-19 vaccines and variants? We bring you up to date.
It's harder to sleep well during anxious times, but more important than ever. Learn how to manage your own sleep and your children's.
Dr. Bill Rawls describes how the herbal therapies that helped him overcome chronic Lyme could help people with post-COVID syndrome.
Partners In Health and its co-founder Dr. Paul Farmer responded to the Ebola epidemic of West Africa. The lessons learned may apply to COVID.
Some shreds of truth lend medical myths credibility, and couching them in stories helps make them memorable. How can we tell what to trust?
The dental diet based on whole foods can improve health not only in the mouth but throughout the entire body. What does it include?
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.
When you experience the joy of movement, you get multiple benefits for physical and mental health. What type of movement brings you joy?
Dr. Ralph Baric provides listeners with a coronavirus update for the end of this pandemic year. What will the future hold?
Research indicates a link between low vitamin D and COVID-19 infection risk. What should you know about this essential vitamin?
Getting a timely, accurate diagnosis is crucial for treatment. What questions should a patient ask to prevent diagnostic disasters?
The stresses of this pandemic year pose mental health challenges for many people. How can you manage and help your children cope?
It's easy to feel depressed or anxious in times like these, but you can improve your mood with food. Listen and learn how!
The development of effective vaccines against COVID-19 can help bring the pandemic to an end, but it will take time to immunize people.
Is it possible to practice safer sex even in the middle of a pandemic? Dr. Ina Park tells how people can manage this challenge.
Dr. Paul Ewald describes how microbes evolve and interact with our immune systems to become more or less virulent.
Understanding innate immunity can help us appreciate how can the immune system overcome viruses, including SARS-CoV-2.
People can use sensible approaches to protect their hearts, such as a Mediterranean diet and exercise. What risk factors matter?