What Your Doctor Isn't Telling You

COVID-19 Revisited 7 Months Later

Let's examine what has happened in seven months about our understanding of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and gain some perspective for the future.

Common Threads

Is It Time to Consider COVID a Treatable Disease?

COVID treatments are increasingly available and proven effective. It seems time to shift our view of COVID to a treatable disease rather than a death sentence.

Mental Health

The Emotional Toll of COVID-19 On Our Children—Sarah Hiner Talks to Psychiatrist Lea Lis, MD

Children are facing unique challenges due to COVID-19, school openings and politics. Dr. Lea Lis talks with Sarah Hiner about how to help children through these difficult days.

Nature Doc's Patient Diary

What to Do About That Failing Memory

Samuel’s declining memory was likely rooted in a brain injury 15 years before. Read about the supplement that not only restored his memory, but enhanced it.


The New Coronavirus Attacks Kidneys, Too

Your kidneys are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 if you have heart disease or diabetes. Steps that may minimize the impact—and avoid dialysis.


How to Stretch and Roll Away Your Aches and Pains

Stretching your muscles is as vital as aerobic exercise and weight training. Here, easy stretches for your neck, back, shoulders, hips, feet, more.


How to Fly Safely During the Pandemic

Key safety measures will help limit your exposure to the new coronavirus and lower your risk of developing COVID-19 when you travel by air.


Beating Post-COVID Fatigue Syndrome—Sarah Hiner Talks to Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum

Symptoms of COVID can linger for weeks or months after the infection is gone. Secrets to getting your energy, strength and clarity back.

Natural Healing Secrets for Women

Finding Natural Relief for SIBO

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) can be the root cause of excessive gas and alternating constipation and diarrhea. The diet and more to get your insides healthy.


Lessons Learned About Patient Self-Advocacy—Sarah Hiner Talks to Amy Dixon, Blind US Paratriathlon National Team Member

Navigating the health-care system—doctors’ gatekeepers, insurance, frightening tests and procedures from Amy Dixon, blind US Paratriathlon National Team Member.

Health Care Facilities

How to Survive the Hospital

Hospitals can be life-saving but patients risk new infections in this time of COVID-19 and other dangers. A new roadmap for surviving your stay.


Pulmonary Rehabilitation for COPD Saves Lives

A new study finds that pulmonary rehabilitation after hospitalization for COPD saves lives, but less than two percent of patients get this therapy.


COVID 9 Months Later: Risks, Tests, Treatments—Sarah Hiner Talks to Dr. Joseph Feuerstein

What do you need to know about the latest COVID waves? Deaths and hospitalizations are down even as cases bounce. Latest update on testing, vaccines and real risks.

What Your Doctor Isn't Telling You

Your Medical Record: Is it Truly Yours?

Who owns your medical record? Is it you, the doctor or healthcare organization(s)? What if you’ve seen doctors at different hospitals and clinics? The answers may surprise you.

Seaweed May Treat Skin Cancer and MRSA

Investigators specializing in ocean algae and fungi have discovered extracts that may be used to treat the dangerous skin infection MRSA as well as melanoma skin cancer.