Are you acting your age? Well, stop that right now! Preventive medicine physician Roger Landry, M.D., explains why he thinks acting our age is a sign we’ve succumbed to the stereotypes of aging.
In this Road to Recovery Minute, Dr. Robert Masson discusses the changing landscape of the American healthcare system and why change almost always leads to better things, even if it’s scary at first. See why he’s more optimistic than ever about the state of our healthcare.
In this Road to Recovery Minute, Dr. Masson explains that setbacks are a universal experience. How you react to them ultimately determines the extent of your recovery.
When it comes to taking care of ourselves, the vast majority of us will slack from time to time, leaving our bodies unprepared to face an injury or illness. World-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson is leading a grassroots campaign to get us to Show Up Strong. Find out how.
Dr. Robert Masson says he understands how frustrating it can be to not feel 100 percent, so he is committed to bringing his patients back to full health so they can return to the things they love most in life. Find out how inspires them.
Entrepreneur and fitness trainer Tony Little wants to know: do you truly believe in yourself? He shares a painful childhood memory and reveals how it encouraged him to prove the doubters wrong. Get his advice for learning to believe in yourself too.
Participating in sports is not only fun, it’s good for you. So don’t let an injury take you right out of the game. Check out these tips to help minimize your chances of an injury.
Did you know that water makes up more than half of your body weight? Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to function correctly. Here are some tips to stay hydrated.
Smoking negatively affects your body in some surprising ways. The good news is it’s never too late to quit. No matter how long you’ve smoked, as soon as you stop, the benefits begin. Find out what you need to know about the health effects of smoking.
How many times have you started and stopped a diet? It’s easy to be motivated at first, but the key is to stick with it. Here are some tips that might help.