Dr. Miron-Shatz describes how to evaluate medical evidence and make better choices about your health. How do you find advice you trust?
Diabetes expert Mitchell Lazar, MD, PhD, describes an under-recognized vicious cycle between diabetes and COVID-19 infection.
When we pay attention to fixing sick buildings, the people in them become happier, healthier and more productive.
Some people who were infected with SARS-CoV-2 continue to suffer symptoms for months afterwards. How can they manage long COVID?
Dr. Sharon Fekrat is a retinal specialist whose research shows what your eyes reveal about your brain and overall health.
Two of the country's leading experts in managing depression and bipolar disease discuss conventional and unorthodox treatments.
Dr. Christian Conte has developed an effective way to deal with anger. It has three steps: Listen, Validate, Explore options.
Gastroenterologist Emeran Mayer explains how your microbiome shapes your immune response and why you should take care of it.
Dr. Dale Bredesen has invited the first survivors of Alzheimer's to describe how they saved their brains with his protocol.
The old rules of sleep hygiene are too general to be helpful. Dr. Rafael Pelayo offers specific science-based suggestions on how to sleep.
Healthcare reporter Marshall Allen tells you why you should never pay the first bill. You CAN fight the healthcare system on medical bills.
Boosting hormone intelligence can help women live better in every stage of life. Dr. Aviva Romm explains how to blend science and tradition.
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?