In this episode of The Bottom Line Advocator Podcast, Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Dr. Robin Smith and Dr. Max Gomez to discuss the “medical miracles” detailed in their book Cells Are the New Cure: The Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs That Are Transforming Our Health.
After a fall, watchful waiting and Traditional Chinese Medicine helped healing. No emergency room—or excessive testing and hours of waiting—necessary.
Acupressure is an easy way to calm anxiety and heart palpitations—and you can do it yourself. These seven pressure points are especially good.
Do you feel the tingle of a cold sore coming on? Here are a few…
Teas to help relieve the symptoms of a cold.
Drugstore medicines don’t always work as well as good, old-fashioned witch hazel. Here’s how to use this natural remedy…
CBD, a drug derived from marijuana, has therapeutic benefits for a variety of medical conditions–and CBD won’t make you high.
Mud therapy does more more than just smooth skin. It’s been used to treat acne, psoriasis, arthritis…and more.
IV clinics or lounges promise to help you recover faster from hangover, colds, flu, marathons…even lose weight. Do they work? Are they safe? Find out…
CBD, the therapeutic yet non-euphoria-inducing marijuana component, is widely available online. Find out if it’s legal to do so.
CBD, a drug derived from marijuana, has therapeutic benefits for a variety of medical conditions—and CBD won’t make you high.
Hypnosis is effective mind-body medicine, but underused. To get the most out of it, avoid these pitfalls.
Bottom Line Inc’s Sarah Hiner introduces Dr. Andrew Rubman, naturopathic physician and author of Bottom Line’s “Nature Doc’s Patient Diary” blog.
As the name implies, naturopaths focus on natural interventions such as diet, supplements, botanicals and also traditional medications.
Chronic pain is a big problem in our society. Dr. Andrew Rubman discusses natural treatments for chronic pain that are effective, safe and not addictive.
B vitamins, glucomannan, and botanical milk thistle can decrease the side effects of chemo and possibly even increase chemotherapy’s beneficial effects
Most people, including most doctors, think of acupuncture mainly as a treatment for pain. But it works well for a wide variety of conditions.
Acid-suppressing drugs can help people who have a hiatal hernia. These natural treatments for a hiatal hernia can replace traditional medications.
What you need to know about the most effective medicinal mushrooms: maitake, turkey tail and reishi.