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When expectant mothers are eating for two, following a Mediterranean diet and eating mindfully benefit both mother and baby.
Although PPIs like omeprazole are immensely popular, there are natural ways to treat heartburn. Tune in to the broadcast 3/11/23 to learn more.View show notes
Dr. Jade Wu answers your questions about sleep and overcoming insomnia. She offers information on cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia.View show notes
Pediatric neuroendocrinologist Robert Lustig explains what everyone gets wrong about weight loss and why drugs are not the best solution.View show notes
In this episode, Dr. Roger Seheult offers evidence-based tips on staying healthy even when viral infections abound.View show notes
A leading thyroid researcher lays out why we should be rethinking hypothyroidism for patients who don't respond to standard treatment.View show notes
Pediatrician Dr. Edwin Kim is ready to answer your questions about preventing dangerous food allergies for children and adults.View show notes
Too many rare diseases don't have effective treatments. If we can teach old drugs new tricks, we might develop much needed therapies.View show notes
Researchers hope that someday soon what we have learned about long COVID will lead to effective treatments.View show notes
In this episode, our expert guest says it's time to think different about Alzheimer disease. Look at it as an autoimmune disorder.View show notes
Silent inflammation lies at the root of many chronic conditions. In the interview, learn how to identify and avoid it.View show notes
Faced with uncertainty, most people feel anxious. But you can manage your anxiety by changing your habit loops with kindness and curiosity.View show notes
PFAS compounds called forever chemicals persist in soil and water for decades. The EPA says even low levels found in water are dangerous!View show notes
Noted naturalist Jane Goodall offers her reasons for hope and maintains that it differs from optimism. Her co-author Doug Abrams explains.View show notes
Eating disorders are far more varied and more common than most people imagine. Listen to the interview to learn more.View show notes
This week we interview two scientists who describe the benefits of tart cherries for mental alertness and physical stamina.View show notes
In our interview this week, learn why practicing compassion for others out of genuine concern for them is one of the best things we can do.View show notes
How can you use herbs for healing? In the interviews, our guest experts describe how plant compounds work in the body.View show notes
Our guests are challenging the dietary dogma on weight gain, that we put on weight because we eat too much and move too little.View show notes
Ross Douthat describes the challenge of managing chronic pain due to Lyme disease. In addition, Dr. Sean Mackey reveals useful approaches.View show notes