Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute, explains how smart choices can protect and preserve your body for life. Find out how to honor and enjoy our bodies and make them last a lifetime.
Gregory Anne Cox tells the bold truth — breaking the “rules” when necessary to fulfill her promise of being a health advocate — and she coaches people to help them find the right foods and lifestyle choices to keep Growing Bolder.
Dr. Deborah German is Dean of the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Her employees and students are changing the future of healthcare.
When doctors discovered Greg Anderson’s cancer, it was so advanced and so far along, they told him he only had 30 days to live. That was 30 years ago. He explains why he now believes the simple things make the biggest difference in our lives.
From the rich and famous to regular Joes and Janes — cancer touches us all. But what you eat (and how you exercise) can actually help reduce your risk. Growing Bolder’s registered dietitian and nutrition expert shares some cancer-fighting foods.
Is prevention the only lasting cure for cancer? Meet a woman who was diagnosed with incurable stage IV cancer in 2003 and changed her entire life. In the process, she has launched a global wellness revolution and wants to help you live better today.
For nearly his entire life, Jay Kordich has been the Johnny Appleseed of juicing. Find out why he credits fruit and vegetable juices with saving his life and the real story behind the rise and fall of the Juiceman.
For decades, he’s been a lone voice trying to urge everyone that natural medicine is the key to a healthier, longer life. And it seems like Dr. Andrew Weil’s message may finally be resonating. Find out how to change your health forever.
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.”
He’s one of the most unique – and hysterical – wellness experts out there. Dave Romanelli, or Yeah Dave, isn’t your average yoga guru, and that’s a good thing.