Is prevention the only lasting cure for cancer? Meet a woman who was diagnosed with incurable stage IV cancer in 2003 and changed her entire life. In the process, she has launched a global wellness revolution and wants to help you live better today.
Colon Cancer: The Preventable Cancer
Dr. John Langdon, one of the nation's top cancer researchers, says colon cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence. Find out what you can do now to prevent one of the deadliest kinds of cancer.
Dr. John Langdon
Renowned cancer expert -- and Growing Bolder guru -- Dr. John Langdon brings you the latest research on preventing cancer, early detection and surviving the deadly disease.
Healthy 100 Radio: Dr. Eli Kim
There is a trend underway in traditional medicine. Lifestyle medicine and prevention medicine is getting as much attention as treating disease. Environmental expert Dr. Eli Kim explains how he helps people prevent illnesses.
Pat PacielloOnce again many people in our country are cowering in fear of a health problem that has affected very few Americans. It seems every year, the media, politicians, and health officials have the population poised for extinction. This year the health crisis is the Swine Flu. Last year we didn't have enough medicine to vaccinate people against pneumonia. Prior to that, the Bird Flu struck...
Dr. Margo Maine
Margo Maine is a clinical psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of eating disorders for more than 25 years.
An Apple a Day: Food for Thought
If you read the latest reports on the health benefits of eating apples, you’ll find that apples are credited with the following:
Reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease
Reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke
Boosting the immune system
Reducing the risk of breast, colon, prostate and lung cancer
Preventing tooth decay
Aiding hair growth
Too Many Doctors to Stay Healthy!
Guaranteed, if you go to doctors they will find something wrong with you.
For sixty-two years I was healthy. Had chicken pox and measles before the age of six. After that, an occasional cold and the flu, three times that I can remember. That’s it. Was never in the hospital as a patient, only as a visitor and an employee. For a few years I was an administrator at Mount Sinai in New York. I...