While many other cancers are decreasing, uterine cancer (aka endometrial cancer) is increasing. But there are ways to protect yourself.
According to a recent study, our thoughts and mood directly affect us so deeply that…
With a milder taste than olive oil, these four seed-oil standouts are perfect for cooking and also help protect your heart.
Hormonal changes during perimenopause trigger a variety of symptoms—including depression, which is often overlooked. Details on new guidelines…
A hand sanitizer is a convenient way to rid yourself of germs when hand washing isn’t an option. But should it contain probiotics? Read on…
Nearly a third of all women suffering a heart attack are between 35 and 54 years old, and they often don’t get life-saving treatment.
Proton pump inhibitors such as Nexium and Prevacid raise health risks if you stay on them. Here’s how to stop the right way.
You can’t stop taking these drugs—so here are the nutritional supplements you need if you’re taking a drug for diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure & more.
If your foot feels like it’s vibrating—as if you’re standing on a cell phone—you may be having benign fasciculations. Here’s what they are…
Lead Neuroscientist Explains Drug-Free Treatments for Depression, Insomnia, ADHD and Other Brain Ailments
In this episode, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Dr. Andrew Hill, founding director and lead neurotherapist at Peak Brain Institute, to talk about neurofeedback, which he describes as “exercise and therapy for the brain.”
A scoring system first developed in the Netherlands is a safe and accurate way to determine who needs advanced testing and who doesn’t.
You probably don’t know what treatments for serious illness your loved one does or doesn’t want, a new study finds. Here’s what you need to do now…
FDA warns that fluoroquinolone antibiotics (Cipro, Avelox, Floxin, Levaquin) may increase likelihood of aortic aneurysm in people at risk.
Drug interactions can be life-threatening, yet typically are found after many people are affected, not during testing. New technology may change that.
If you think that depression is a normal part of aging or that it can’t be remedied, read this now.
In this edition of The Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner talks to one of America’s foremost experts on HPV and its impact on women’s health, Shobha Krishnan, MD, about the virus and everything that comes with it.
After a slew of research to the contrary, a new trial found that taking omega-3 fish oil can reduce heart attack and stroke, but there’s a catch.
HDL is known as the “good” type of cholesterol, but that is not always true. How to make sense of your cholesterol readings…
The time to pretend that you don’t have hearing loss is over—because when you take steps to be able to really hear again, everyone wins.