Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Marc Agronin, MD, to discuss how society “gets it wrong” when it comes to its approach of an aging culture.
Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner talks with Laurie Steelsmith to discuss everything you want (and need) to know about vaginal dryness, anxiety, and breast tenderness.
Sarah Hiner is joined by Ed Mendlowitz to discuss first-marriage and divorce financial considerations, the financial traps of second marriages and prenuptial agreements.
Dr. Michael Murray shares his opinion on the latest trendy foods, explores the link between diet and depression, and explains how the easiest and cheapest secret to healthy skin...
Sarah Hiner talks with Dr. Geo Espinosa about naturopathic medicine and men’s sexual health.
Sarah Hiner talks to Cynthia Green, PhD, about remembering names, improving our attention span, and how to understand and appreciate the benefits of the aging brain.
Bottom Line president Sarah Hiner is joined by Danny Lipford to discuss the age-old question of whether you should buy a new or an older home.
Paula Spencer Scott discusses late-stage dementia, the 4 personality patterns that Alzheimer’s patients develop, and the deadly emotions of caregiving.
Sarah Hiner is joined by Jamison Starbuck to discuss anxiety, the link between diet and eczema flare-ups, and her methods for keeping kids healthy during flu season.
Sarah Hiner and David Sherer, MD, discuss what your doctor may not be telling you about his/her medical training, the opioid shortage, and the overprescribing of prednisone.
Dr. Robert Graboyes breaks down the cost implications of the health-care system and the considerations of a single-payer option.
In this series, Sarah Hiner is joined by Bob Stutman, author, speaker, consultant and former head of the DEA’s New York office, to discuss the opioid crisis.
Sarah Hiner is joined by Jon Taffer, host of Bar Rescue, to discuss the main thing that holds everyone back—excuses.
Sarah Hiner and Andrew Hill discuss the impact of modern life on the ADHD brain and neurofeedback—exercise and therapy for the brain.
Sarah Hiner and Dr. Joel Fuhrman discuss the unnatural and addictive relationship Americans have developed with food, and the proper, safe way to include protein in your diet. <...
Sarah Hiner talks to Mark Goulston, MD, about his philosophy on wake-up calls, trust and betrayal, women in the workplace and more.
Sarah Hiner talks to Shobha Krishnan, MD, about the HPV virus and everything that comes with it, including how the virus can be eliminated almost entirely.
Sarah Hiner and Joel Harper discuss the importance of posture, daily mindfulness, and take a look inside the world of training star athletes and entertainers.
Dr. Michael Breus talks mattress and pillow shopping, the connection between sleep and anxiety, and common sleep misconceptions.
Suzanne Steinbaum and Sarah Hiner discuss why women are at a disadvantage when it comes to medical care.
Sarah Hiner is joined by Suzann Pileggi Pawelski to discuss why it’s so hard for people to accept compliments and how we can receive gratitude in a positive, healthy way.
Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski joins Sarah Hiner to discuss what she has coined the “unwellness epidemic”.
Dr. Robin Smith and Dr. Max Gomez discuss the “medical miracles” detailed in their book Cells Are the New Cure: The Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs That Are Transforming ...
Sarah Hiner and Dr. Mitchell Yass discuss the wasted time and money the medical system uses to diagnose and treat pain and how you can resolve your own pain with the Yass Method...
Erica Komisar joins Sarah Hiner to discuss and expand on her recently published op-ed for The Wall Street Journal titled “We’re Overmedicating Our Children.”
Listen in as Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner and Dr. Lisa Young discuss America’s Food Portion Problem.
Jim Blasingame joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss what it means to be an entrepreneur, to own a small business, and everything in between.
Dr. Neal Barnard discusses America’s cheese addiction, dairy’s dark side, and the benefits of a plant based diet
Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner is joined by Dr. Helen Fisher to discuss the evolutionary importance of gender differences.
Sarah Hiner gets to the “bottom line” on eggs with renowned naturopathic physician and self-acclaimed “Egg-spert”, Andrew Rubman.
Dan Clark joins Sarah Hiner to discuss how his heart attack in December of 2013 motivated him to spread his message of resiliency, gratitude and optimism to the world.
Spencer Deering joins Sarah Hiner to discuss why Millennials are having trouble settling into today’s work environment.
Dr. Krista Varady joins Bottom Line president Sarah Hiner to discuss the positive and negative effects of Intermittent Fasting.
Adriane Berg joins Sarah Hiner to discuss how to age successfully in today’s society.
Dr. Marc Grossman joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss how today’s digital world is harming your eyes.
Dr. Charles Gerba joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss where germs are hiding.
Michele Weiner-Davis joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss why the divorce rate among those who are 50+ has skyrocketed since the 1990’s.
Pauline Frommer joins Sarah Hiner to offer her expert advice that will help you get the most out of your next travel experience.
BJ Fogg joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss his new book and explain the Tiny Habits method.
Alison Leigh Cowan and Sarah Hiner help parents understand their child’s experience at college and how to provide the right level of support.
In this episode, Dr. Eric Goodman joins Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss foundation training.
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