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ExergamingWhat do you think when I say the word "game"? You probably imagine being with friends and family having fun! And you're right. Nowadays, with apps and devices, technology is finding a way to turn healthy living into a game. Watch this Episode
Mobile Health TechnologyMobile, wireless, digital, wearable, tele-health, gaming, and connected health are all new tools that are fast becoming part of the health and wellness landscape. We are surrounded by technology. But are we using it to it's best advantage?
Anti-OxidantsAn apple slice turns brown. Nuts become rancid. An old car begins to rust. All as the result of a natural process called oxidation. However, there are anti-oxidants in many foods and drinks right within our reach. Don't miss this episode!
Ebola ResponseWest Africa is still struggling with the Ebola crisis. There have been over 17,000 suspected cases resulting in more than 6,000 deaths and the fight goes on. It seems never-ending, though a small ray of hope is on the horizon.
Disease ProofWhat is it about your health that you would like to change? Perhaps the health history of your family is less than ideal and you see your health slipping away, just like their's did! Don't miss this episode!
Ebola AwarenessThe 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in west Africa. On today's show, we bring you a special report from several of these NGO's to give us an insider's look at the Ebola Crisis. Don't miss it!
Gluten Sensitivity & Celiac DiseaseToday its all the rage to go gluten free. But it's NOT the best diet for everyone! So it's important to know if you're going to benefit from excluding gluten from your diet, or not. Don't miss this episode!
Longevity and ExerciseStarting an exercise program may sound somewhat daunting. However, with a little juggling of schedules and regular reminders to yourself of the benefits, you'll soon be on your way to prolonging you life! Watch this amazing episode!
Longevity and the BrainThere are things you can actively do to promote longevity for your brain. Reduce the oxidative stress, the DNA damage, brain atrophy and delay the effects of aging. Want to know how? Watch this episode!
Longevity: Adventist Health StudiesThat's right! America has it's very own "blue zone". On today's show we'll discover what specific factors give SDA's significantly less disease and more life, than other Americans. Don't miss it!
ForgivenessForgiveness is often considered a gift we give another. It's true! But in giving it away, we receive much more - the relief of negative emotions that would otherwise destroy our physical, mental and spiritual health. Watch this amazing episode!!!
Reaching ForgivenessForgiveness clearly promotes wellbeing, cardiovascular health and may even increase survival. And we're here to show you how!
Make the Change!Do you have items sitting on your wish list? Have they been there a very long time? Like losing weight, getting fit, or working on your cholesterol. We'll help you make them a reality! Watch.
PCOSPolycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, is a cluster of hormonal problems characterized by malfunction of the ovaries. Ovulation is irregular, and so is the monthly cycle, pregnancy is less likely, and miscarriages - more likely. Is there hope? Watch.
The Lifestyle Revolution!World-renowned lifestyle specialist and researcher, Dr. Dean Ornish joins Dr. Nerida to discuss the secrets of a better life. Heart disease, prostate cancer, and even how to slow aging down! Don't miss it.
Nutrition ControversiesSo, what's the best weight loss diet? And how much protein do you need if you're working out every day? On today's episode, we've got the answers to these and many of the foodie questions you've sent in. Enjoy!
Osteoarthritis & PrehabilitationThe commonest cause of physical disability in adults worldwide, is osteoarthritis. It affects more than 20 million Americans today. On today's episode watch for an excellent approach to treatment!
The Depression EpidemicA 38% increase in mental disorders and substance use between 1990 and 2010, is blamed on population growth and aging. But what you will learn on today's show will shock you! Celebrated journalist Robert Whittaker shares his research with us.
Prevent & Reverse Heart DiseaseOn this episode: one of the brightest medical researchers of our time, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn shares with us on the latest about prevention and reversal of heart disease. Yes! It is possible! Please watch.
Lose WeightWe have easy access to food, beverages, transport and leisure time. Which really sets us up for packing on the pounds! This means more diabetes, more renal failure, more cancer...Watch! Dr. Arthur Frank guests this episode. Let's stop the epidemic!
MiscarriagesPregnancies, planned or unplanned, are precious. The natural expectation is that all will be well. But when a miscarriage happens, hopes and dreams are dashed and grief ensues...Watch for a touching story and excellent professional advice.
The Doctor of the FutureThomas Edison once said, "The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his or her patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease." Are we there yet? Meet our specialists.
Spirituality and You - Christmas SpecialFor this episode we have Dr Harold Koenig, from Duke University, sharing with us the latest on the science of spirituality. We also have a very special cooking session and more for the holidays. Don't miss it!
End of Life and BioethicsYou may not have thought about it before, but you CAN have some control over how, you will die. That is, if you plan ahead. Stay with us as we talk about advance directives or living wills.
Brain Function Series - 4Learn how to maximize your brain function as you watch the fourth, and final part, on this wonderful series with Dr Arlene Taylor.
Brain Function Series - 3Watch the third episode on this amazing series with Dr Taylor and maximize your brain function!
Brain Function Series - 2Watch the second part on this wonderful series with Dr Arlene Taylor.
Brain Function Series - 1You are unique. The color of your eyes, the tone of your skin, even your fingerprints. And so it should not surprise you to learn that your brain is also unique. How can you maximize its function? Watch this series with Dr Arlene Taylor.
ThanksgivingIn this Thanksgiving season, let's see if gratitude can be another tool to achieve better health and wellness. And if it is, should we be giving thanks more than once a year?
Kidney StonesKidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that form inside the kidneys. They can be very painful, but don't usually cause long term damage. But they do recur. So how does a stone form? What makes it happen? How can you get rid of them? Watch.
Metabolic SyndromeThe Metabolic syndrome affects at least one third of all adults in America and other industrialized countries. It doubles the risk of heart disease and increases the risk of diabetes at least five-fold. What causes it? Can it be prevented?
The Art of ParentingBabies arrive without any instructions! In fact, many times their arrival is unplanned. Yet every child is unique, and precious. Watch as our experts give you ideas, tools and examples on how to master the Art of being a Parent.
Toxins and Your BabyMany chemicals that pregnant women absorb or ingest from the environment can cross the placenta to the fetus. Reducing exposure to toxic environmental agents is critical for the future of your baby. Please watch this shocking episode!
Peptic UlcersHave you ever had gnawing pain in the upper abdomen and worried that you had a stomach ulcer? How can you be sure? Watch as we discuss ulcers, their treatment and prevention.
EndometriosisOne in 10 women have a condition called endometriosis. Its common, yet mysterious. With serious and disabling symptoms there can be little apparent disease or severe distortion of the reproductive organs and few or no symptoms. Watch for solutions.
Depression Series - 4Watch the final part of this amazing series and learn how to conquer depression.
Depression Series - 3Join us to experience the third episode on how to prevent and reverse depression. Dr Neil Nedley shares his extensive knowledge with us.
Depression Series - 2Watch the second part of this wonderful series with Dr Neil Nedley.
Depression Series - 1The World Health Organization estimates 350 million people globally suffer from depression. The number is growing. By 2030, it will be the No. 1 global disease burden, surpassing heart disease and cancer. The good news? It can be prevented. Watch.
Falls in the ElderlyOne in 3 people over 65, fall every year. And for those over 75, that rate rises to 1 in 2. Falls are the largest contributor to injury deaths in the elderly.
Child Behavior and DietAsthma, allergies, autism and ADHD are all on the increase. And those most at risk? Well, it's our children. 1 in 3 kids in the US are affected by at least one of these issues. How might you improve the health of your child? Watch.
Alzheimer's DiseaseOne in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010. Is there anything you can do to prevent it? Please watch.
Adrenal InsufficiencyAre you feeling tired all the time? Do you feel sleepy constantly? Have you already tried it all but fatigue is making your days unbereable? Watch this show and learn about a condition you may not have heard before.
Smoking Cessation Week Episode 4Becoming smoke free is not all plain sailing. There are often traps along the way. Perhaps some you haven't thought of yet. What foods may help or hinder? Is exercise important? What should I drink? What do I do during breaks at work? Tune in!
Smoking Cessation Week Episode 3So, you've been watching our previous episodes. You're now convinced and motivated to quit smoking. What should be your next step? How to develop a strategy? How can you focus your motivation? What is the best way to quit? Please watch!
Smoking Cessation Week Episode 2There are 4,000 chemicals in every cigarette. 30-40 are carcinogens. ONE is addictive. It's called nicotine. How addictive? Ten times more addictive than anything you can think of. But there's hope. We'll explore nicotine withdrawal on this episode.
Smoking Cessation Week Episode 1Do you smoke? Have you considered quitting? Perhaps you've tried before. Well you're not alone! 50% of all smokers in the US try to stop each year!So if you're one of them and you've not quite made it, then todays show is for you!
Epigenetics IIIEpigenetics is at the epicenter of modern medicine. You are born with your genes. You're exposed to your environment. And then you age. How these factors interact to cause disease, is the study of Epigenetics. Watch and take control!
Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseCrohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis. Both forms of inflammatory bowel disease. A chronic, painful inflammation that affects the lives of of almost 1.5 million people in the US. But what causes it? Who is affected? If you have it, what can you do?
Childhood DepressionSo what are the symptoms that parents need to watch for? Which children are more at risk? How can we protect our kids from depression? The answers to these questions coming straight ahead! Stay tuned.
InfertilityIf getting pregnant has been a challenge for you. You are not alone. 10-15% of couples, in the US are infertile. This can raise emotional, psychological and physical issues that need individualized attention. Watch this episode for expert advice!
Nutrition Week Episode 4Through history, there have been many dietary patterns eaten by many different cultures. There has been one that has stood the test of time, that has been promoted for many different reasons, and is now being supported for ... sustainability. Watch.
Nutrition Week Episode 3Often when someone finds out that I don't eat meat, they begin to enquire about nutritional deficiencies. How do I get enough iron? What do I do to replace meat? Do I get sufficient protein? Vitamins? Minerals? Please watch for the answers.
Nutrition Week Episode 2It is well established that a person's nutrition can substantially affect mood, behavior and brain function. Tune in to find out how you can eat the right combinations to feed your brain most effectively!
Nutrition Week Episode 1There is so much more to food than simply eating. Is the mediterranean diet good for Metabolic Syndrome? How does what you eat affect your great grandkids? Which factors influence what you choose to eat? Tune in for these answers and more!
Infant Heart TransplantDr Leonard Bailey joins us for this amazing episode. From Baby Fae to the latest in heart transplant. Stay tuned to know the man, the stories and the newest on heart transplant!
Food AllergiesFood allergy is a serious medical condition affecting up to 15 millions people in the US, including 1 in 13 children. Unlike food intolerances, food allergy results when the immune system mistakenly targets a harmless food protein, and attacks it.
Proton Therapy for Breast CancerOn today's show, we're going to discuss how Proton Therapy is now beginning to be used for a new application - Breast Cancer. We'll go on location to Loma Linda California!
PsoriasisPsoriasis is the commonest auto-immune disease in the US, affecting over 7 million Americans. What causes it? What treatment is best? Are allergies involved? The answer to these questions and more, coming right up!
Congenital Heart DefectsIn the US, about 36,000 children are born with a heart defect each year. That's about 9 out of every 1,000 infants. On tthis episode, we're going to learn more about them and meet a very special surgeon, who has been repairing hearts for many years.
Proton Therapy for Prostate CancerProton therapy for prostate cancer is a treatment option involving a focused ray of proton particles aimed at destroying cancerous tissues. This treatment is capable of delivering precise, high doses of radiation to accurately target cancer cells.
WeaningWeaning is when a baby transitions from breast milk to other sources of nourishment. It's a gradual process that calls for patience and understanding from both mother and baby! Watch this episode.
Anger ManagementShould you hold in your emotions and not express them? Should you vent them and let them out? Or is there another way to deal with the annoyances in life, that's healthier and more constructive? Stay tuned to find the best way to deal with anger.
Colon CancerColorectal cancer is a type of cancer for which screening is possible, enabling it to be detected early. In addition, treatment is better, resulting in 1 million survivors of this cancer in the US. But, how do we safeguard ourselves from getting it?
Atrial FibrillationAtrial Fibrillation or AF is the most frequent heart arrhythmia. More than 1% of the US population will experience AF within their lifetime and the numbers are growing. Why is the risk of AF rising? Are lifestyle factors implicated? What can you do?
Allergies and EczemaHow do we stop the watery eyes, those horrible headaches, the sneezing and all of the itching? How can YOU avoid to trigger allergies and suppress this exaggerated immune response?
Skin CancerSkin cancer is the most common of all cancers, affecting more than 2 million Americans each year. This number is rising rapidly. What can you do to prevent it? Are there ways to detect it at an early, curable stage? Please watch.
Thyroid DiseaseHow can you tell if you have an under-active thyroid? Or what if it is over-active? How will you feel? and what can you do about it? These questions and more, coming up. Watch!
AmalgamsAre silver-mercury dental amalgams safe? Evidence seems to show that these amalgams release small amounts of mercury vapor constantly - more in response to hot food or drink, chewing and brushing...hear the opinions of our experts. Watch.
GMO FoodsBy mixing genes from unrelated species, does genetic engineering unleash a host of unpredictable side effects? Could it be that the type of genes used and the process of creating a genetically modified plant species result in collateral damage?
AutismThere's no known cure for autism, but intensive therapy helps a child learn a wide range of interpersonal skills. Thanks to early intervention, many children make remarkable progress. There's hope! Watch this episode.
DiabesityOn today's show, we'll learn about this epidemic, how to prevent it and how to reverse it, if you are already suffering from it. We're also going to show you which are the best sweeteners on the market today. Enjoy!
OsteoporosisIn the United States, more than 40 million people either already have osteoporosis or are at high risk due to low bone mass. Good news is that most of these cases can be prevented, do you want to know how? Watch this episode!
Infant NutritionNewborn babies need special care and high quality nourishment. While infant formulas are designed to mimic the nutritional components of breast milk, they can never duplicate the array of essential nutrients and benefits of human breast milk. Watch.
BodybuildingIs there such a thing as "healthy muscle building"? How do we keep our muscles in top shape? What constitutes good muscle food? We want to give you the sound, accurate information, watch!
Coughs and ColdsThe 2012-13 flu season got off to an unusually early start when the flu started spreading rapidly in late November and early December. It is already the worst seasonal flu we have seen in almost a decade! We'll show you very good treatment options.
MenopauseWith so much information available, it's important for you be able to separate the facts from fiction when it comes to the Menopause. Many women are uncertain if the changes they experience at that time are normal, how long they will last, etc.
Highlights ShowSleep Apnea, Domestic Violence and Pediatric Emergencies! Three major health topics all in one show! Watch this highlights show.
Tobacco Public PolicyCigarette companies are dependent on underage smoking. Almost 90 percent of all regular smokers begin smoking at or before age 18, and almost every smoker tried their first cigarette...in childhood! Let's DO something about it!
Stroke RecoveryStroke recovery begins with formal rehabilitation, which is vital to restore independence by improving physical, mental and emotional function. Since the brain has 100 billion neurons, it's the most powerful learning tool in the world!
Stress in Workplace"Layoffs" and "budget cuts" have become bywords in the workplace, and the result? Less stability, more fear, and higher levels of stress. There's no better time to learn new and healthy ways of coping with the pressure.
Domestic ViolenceBased on reports from 10 countries, up to 95% of women who have been physically abused by their partners, have never sought help from non-governmental organizations, shelters or the police. However, it's not too late, help is available! Watch.
First AIDOne in 2 people would not feel confident giving first aid in an emergency. One in 4 would do nothing at all! This sounds unbelievable! Yet 4 out of 5 young people say that they would feel safer if they had some first aid knowledge. Watch.
Temporomandibular Joint DisorderTMD is the most common cause of facial pain after toothache. It is a frequently seen condition in primary care and dentistry practice. Are you suffering from it? Watch this episode.
This Week's HighlightsGastroesophageal reflux disease, Diabetes and Weight loss. Three major health topics all in one show! Welcome to this week's highlight program. Today we're going to review in a succinct, fast paced fashion way, three of our previous episodes.
Weight LossIn the last 40 years there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States. Today two-thirds of US adults are either overweight or obese. Let's STOP this epidemic!
DiabetesWhat are the complications of diabetes? Heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, blindness, kidney failure, neuropathy, amputations and finally...premature death. But there's HOPE. You don't have to suffer all of these symptoms.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease60% of the US population will experience some type of gastroesophageal reflux disease or G.E.R.D. every year with 20 - 30 percent having symptoms every week. Hospitalizations more than doubled over the last decade. What can you do? Watch.
Epigenetics Part 2The development and maintenance of an organism is orchestrated by a set of chemical reactions that switch parts of the genome off and on at strategic times and locations. Learn how to control them!
Periodontal DiseasePeriodontal disease is the commonest cause of tooth loss in adults in the US. A recent report from the CDC says half of Americans over 30, have periodontitis which is the advanced form of periodontal disease. That's about 65 million Americans!
Otitis MediaAbout 80 percent of children have at least one episode of otitis media by the time they are 3 years old, Of these nearly 50% will have already had at least 3 acutely painful episodes. On this episode, learn how to manage Otitis.
AlcoholAlcohol is the number one drug of choice for teenagers. Alcohol-related car accidents are the number one killer of teenagers in the United States. Alcohol is the number one drug problem in America, and it doesn't stop there. Stay with us.
Prostate CancerMore than 2.5 million men in the United States today, have had the diagnosis of prostate cancer. What is the key to living with it rather than dying from it? And what is the key to prevention? Knowing what to do may save your life! There's HOPE.
ErgonomicsIt is very important to know the basic principles behind the proper Ergonomics for each and every worker. Implementing a good ergonomic program in offices and workplace decreases injuries, illness and it increases the efficiency at work. Watch.
Sleep ApneaUntreated sleep apnea prevents you from getting a good night's sleep. When breathing is paused, you're jolted out of your natural sleep rhythm. As a consequence, you spend more time in light sleep and less time in the deep, restorative sleep you need
Child AsthmaAsthma and allergies often occur together and the allergic response plays a strong role in childhood asthma. Stay with us, as we show you how to control the symptoms of asthma.
EpigeneticsTonight, we want to explore the brave new world of epigenetics, which literally means "above the genome". Stay tuned to learn how this applies to YOU.
DepressionClinical depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for weeks or more. 1 in 10 americans currently have clinical depression, and this number is rising.
Cardiovascular HealthOver the past 4 decades, numerous scientific reports have examined the relationship between physical activity, physical fitness, and cardiovascular health. Stay with us to review these facts and know how to protect your heart!
Early Childhood EducationScientists have learned that a toddler's brain develops over one hundred trillion synapses. The more synapses formed, the more you learn! Watch, as we explore how you can maximize your child's potential for a life of success.