Men — this podcast is all about you! We want you to have a long and healthy life, so we've got lots of useful tips for you. It's because we love you AND it's Men's Health Week.
Dr. Patrice Lockhart, medical director of the New England Eating Disorders Program at Sweetser, talks about risks, symptoms, and treatment of eating disorders.
Have insomnia? Sleep specialist Dr. Christopher Hughes talks about common causes and how to break the cycle. Listen to our podcast.
Vein disease is one of the most common health problems in the United States. Learn about the latest treatments in this podcast with Dr. Cindy Asbjornsen.
If you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome or IBS, you'll want to hear what registered dietitian Patsy Catsos has to say about a low FODMAP way of eating. It could change your life.
Sadly, kids with disabilities are often excluded from activities that other kids are doing. Listen to how the National Inclusion Project is making a difference.
It's our emotions, not lack of time management skills, that make us procrastinate says Dr. Timothy Pychyl. If you need some help, listen to this podcast now.
You should know the difference between cardiac arrest and a heart attack. In this podcast, Dr. Brandei Wingard explains and tells us how to protect our hearts.
Relationship coach and divorce consultant Dr. Erin Oldham helps couples (and children) navigate the sometimes rocky world of love, marriage and divorce.
An interview with naturopathic physician Sarah Kozur. She explains the philosophy behind naturopathy, educational requires and tools she uses in her practice.
You might think that listening to music is therapeutic. It is, but music therapist Kate Beever takes it to a different level.
What's your New Year's resolution? If it's to lose weight, you are not alone. Think you might need some expert advice and support? Listen to this podcast.
If you're worried that someone is contemplating suicide, there are no right or wrong words. What's important is to say something. Learn more in this podcast.
Why palliative care is so important, not only for a seriously ill patient but for the entire family. A conversation with palliative care specialist Dr. Diane Meier.
Martin Baker, from England, and Fran Houston, from Maine, talk about their new book High Tide, Low Tide: A Caring Friend's Guide to Bipolar Disorder.
Are you confused about the best ways to screen for breast cancer? Some recommendations from an expert
Is a mammogram the best way to screen for breast cancer? Dr. Suzanne Hoekstra answers the question and more in this episode of the Catching Health Podcast.
Are you at risk for osteoporosis? Are you confused about how to treat or prevent it? In this podcast, Diane asks researcher Dr. Clifford Rosen for some answers.
A few years ago, my mother was diagnosed with dementia. In this Catching Health podcast, I share some communication tips I've learned — often the hard way.
My father died in 2009. He might have died years sooner if not for a decision our family made. Not everyone would agree with our approach, but it worked for us.