Diseases & Conditions


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 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.


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.


Medications That Threaten Your Thyroid

The thyroid gland is affected by everyday drugs for heartburn, high blood pressure and more—as well as certain supplements. How to protect yourself…

Nature Doc's Patient Diary

Chronic Indigestion Relieved with Acupuncture

Chronic indigestion had no obvious cause—no ulcers or negative findings in the colonoscopy. But Traditional Chinese Medicine brought relief. Learn how.


New Microbiome Therapy Fights Recurrent Vaginal Infections

Bacterial vaginosis is a common, difficult-to-treat vaginal infection, but inserting healthy bacteria into the vagina may be a solution. Study details…

Natural Healing Secrets for Women

When Menopause Causes Arthritis…How to Ease the Pain and Get Back to Life

Occasional discomfort in hand joints progressed so that daily tasks—typing, cooking, carrying groceries—were painful. Here’s the way to relief.


A Simple Pill Could Block Severe Allergic Reactions

If you’re allergic to certain drugs or food, anaphylaxis is a constant threat. Now, a new study shows that a medication to prevent this deadly reaction may be on the horizon.

Cardiovascular Disease

IVF Offers Clues to Future Health Problems

For women who undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF), the process may provide warnings of future heart problems and osteoporosis. New study details…

Blood Pressure

Positive Thinking Could Help Prevent a Stroke

Stroke sufferers who think positively about their health have lower blood pressure and reduced risk for a future stroke. New study details…


Boost Kids’ Immunity When They Go Back to School

As parents get ready to send their kids back to school, here are supplements to consider for shoring up young ones’ immune systems to protect against colds, flu and ­COVID-19.

What Your Doctor Isn't Telling You

Humans vs. Virus: Curing Hepatitis C

In the battle against COVID-19, we can find hope from another long-feared viral disease, hepatitis C. If you are at high risk, talk to your doctor about getting tested.