At the age of 38, high-powered ad exec Richard Burns was struck down with a stroke and declared dead. This is the story of his incredible comeback.
For more than 50 years, Gordon Lightfoot has written and recorded some of the most beautiful and thoughtful songs ever created. We catch up with the man who Bob Dylan calls his mentor to discuss his 50+ years in the business about his career and why changes to the music business excite, rather than frighten, him.
If you were having a stroke, would you know it? Secily Wilson explains how she never saw her stroke coming because she ignored the worsening warning signs of it. Find out what you NEED to know about strokes. It just might save your life.
If you’re 45 or older, chances are your cholesterol is higher than it should be. The good news is there is a lot you can do about it — without taking medication. Registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell explains the natural ways to lower your levels.
In 2008, Sean VanGerena survived a horrendous car wreck that left him with a TBI, a broken neck and he then suffered multiple strokes. Now, he’s on the U.S. paratriathlon team. His spirit, courage and attitude will inspire all of facing challenges.
Did you know that the location of your fat — whether it’s in your belly versus in your hips or thighs — can determine how healthy you are? Growing Bolder nutrition expert and registered dietitian Dr. Susan Mitchell explains.
One of the most interesting men in the history of rock talks to us about creating the songs of a generation in The Kinks, his stroke and his return to music.
More and more, doctors are paying close attention to the levels of inflammation in your body, which has been linked to many common diseases. Registered dietician Dr. Susan Mitchell has five inflammation-lowering foods you should be eating now.
What’s the No. 1 chronic condition in this country? One of the world’s most recognized and respected doctors explains why so many patients are undiagnosed and how it’s crippling our nation. Learn how to follow a do-it-yourself health plan.
Carla Ulbrich considers herself a professional smart aleck. But when she was diagnosed with lupus, at first she didn’t think it was so funny. Now, she’s found that humor may really be the best medicine. Listen to her funny take on healthcare.