The national effort to shelter in place has closed gyms and led many people to complain of weight gain. Two exercise experts discuss how people can maintain fitness at home with no equipment.
Experts discuss how much exercise is enough and how to make the most of light exercise.
Studies show that doctors are as biased as the rest of us against people who are overweight, resulting in lectures, misdiagnoses, and patients who avoid the doctor.
Scott Schwefel, author of Discover Yourself discusses an innovative way to classify communication styles to avoid miscommunication and conflict.
Author Alfie Kohn discusses why conventional wisdom about raising kids is often all wrong.
Experts, all little people themselves, discuss major causes of dwarfism and the prospect of treatments that could one day make little people much more rare.
Experts explain the danger of lead, especially to children, and other chemicals that may be in drinking water.
An expert physician explains what varicose veins are and new treatments that simplify getting rid of them.
Many people who have chronic sinusitis may have an allergic reaction to fungi rather than a bacterial infection and treatments for the two are completely different.
Children and adolescents seldom have “heart attacks,” but they sometimes have heart arrhythmias which can look like the same thing, and be just as deadly.
A new field of advocates are helping people navigate the insurance system, assisting with denials and delays. Three experts discuss how to fight your insurer and win.
Experts discuss why salt is such a health problem and what the federal government is doing to push food processors toward reducing salt content in our diets.
Experts discuss why and how parents should hold "conversations" with their babies.
When a child is pulled out of the water and revived they may face life-threatening peril hours or days later as the body reacts.
The second most common form of dementia is virtually unknown to most people. However, Lewy body dementia affects 1.4 million Americans, with symptoms commonly misdiagnosed as Alzheimer's disease. Additional symptoms such as hallucinations and uncontrollable shaking make diagnosis and caregiving more difficult, and treatments for Alzheimer's or psychosis can often be harmful. Experts discuss. … Continue reading 16-28 Segment 1: Lewy Body Dementia