Have you or a loved one visited with a gerontologist yet? You may want to consider scheduling an appointment. Sooner rather than later. A physician from the University of Central Florida College of Medicine explains why.
Judith Simms-Cendan, M.D., loves to practice medicine, loves to teach and loves to serve. Her favorite classrooms are the streets and remote villages of impoverished countries around the world. She invites us along to the Dominican Republic to show how her students are changing and saving lives.
Dr. Deborah German is Dean of the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Her employees and students are changing the future of healthcare.
Do you think all of the decisions regarding your medical care rests solely in your doctors’ hands? Think again. Meet Kim Goodsell, a woman with no medical background, who unlocked the secrets of her rare diseases and changed her future.
A retired 78-year-old physician finds her true purpose in alternative medicine as a Reiki Master energy healer. See why it’s never too late to find your passion and why you’re never too old to help others.
At the time, it was a simple, selfless act. Seventy years later, it’s responsible for saving countless lives. It was just one incident in the long, rewarding life of Dr. Norman Wall, one of the most compelling, relevant 97-year-olds in the world.
Could less healthcare make you healthier? Is our current healthcare system making you sick? That’s the provocative idea Dr. Peter Weiss is proposing in his new book, “More Health, Less Care.”
It turns out — sitting on the couch and watching TV really can shorten your life! We speak with one of the most respected expert on brain health and ask him to share his five tips for saving your mind.
One of the top science writers around tackles the emerging, multimillion dollar fields of anti-aging science and medicine.
This former emergency room physician says America’s version of preventative medicine is little more than early-detection.