Caregiving is hard, draining work, but you can’t neglect yourself in the process. Here, the four keys to maintaining your brain health. Make the time!
Variety has been a bedrock of nutritional advice for a century. But it may be leading to bad diets and obesity. Here’s a better approach.
If you’re taking daily aspirin to prevent heart attack or stroke, there’s a good chance you’re not getting the amount you really need.
It’s a self-defeating trend—being competitive about meditation. Here are nine stress-free ways to destress.
Exercising and eating right are simply not enough. The influence of community on health is largely underestimated. Don’t ignore it!
Don’t walk out of the ER without a plan to avoid another overdose. Here’s what to ask for.
Three-quarters of patients today are cared for by a group of rotating “hospitalists”—not their own doctors. This system may be good for hospitals, but it is not providing the best quality of care for patients, according to a study by Harvard researchers. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner and Dr. David Sherer, discuss the pros and cons of hospitalist medicine.
Here’s how to protect yourself from diabetes and its precursor, metabolic syndrome, with a dedicated walking program.
Did you know that there actually is an opioid shortage? And no one is talking about it—until now. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator, Dr. David Sherer discusses with Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner how this shortage began… How everyone from cancer patients to people with chronic pain are now suffering…And what to expect going forward.
While there is a place for prednisone, the drug is being overprescribed at an alarming rate, putting patients at risk for dangerous side effects while rarely solving the underlying problem. In this edition of the Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner and Dr. David Sherer shine a light on this frightening trend that no one seems to be talking about.
Stomach problems are often mistaken for IBS. But a new test will help sufferers get the correct diagnosis…and relief. Read the details here…
Chemotherapy cures testicular cancer in most people, but the main drug can stay in your system for over 20 years, causing many other health problems.
Even if your atrial fibrillation was successfully treated, you’re still at increased risk for stroke—but you can reduce it.
You may be better off asking your pharmacist to recommend a doctor than reading online reviews.
Folic acid greatly reduces stroke risk, according to new research—especially if you have high blood pressure. Should you take it? Find out…
Although a colonoscopy is worth it to screen for colon cancer, there’s an unexpected risk you ought to know about.
If your thumb aches while you use a computer, that could mean arthritis. There are effective ways to get relief—and still use your computer. Read on…
Many new diabetes drugs protect the heart while controlling blood sugar. But it’s so complicated your doctor may not make the right choice for you.
It’s easy to gain weight as you age—especially if weight problems run in your family. But your genes don’t have to be your weight destiny.
If you have diabetes, you might be able to control your blood sugar and reduce heart risks with a safe, natural supplement instead of medication.