If you’re tired of living with occasional constipation, bloat, and gas, this wellness plan will support your digestive health from top to bottom.
New scientific research suggests key lifestyle choices may play a major role in preventing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Neuroscientists Dr. Rudy Tanzi and Dr. Wendy Suzuki weigh in.
Dr. Rudy Tanzi discusses the new scientific research linking bacteria and viruses, like periodontal bacteria and herpes virus, to brain health. Plus, see how plaque accumulates in the brain.
Brain health researcher Max Lugavere reveals what scientists have discovered in the brains of soda drinkers. Then, Dr. Richard Isaacson presents a breakthrough test that tracks eye movement to detect changes in the brain.
Dr. Richard Isaacson, the director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic, introduces a simple test that can detect early changes in the brain and identify your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Follow along as Dr. Richard Isaacson guides guest Shannon through each part of The Face-Name Memory Test, a tool that doctors use to assess brain health and Alzheimer’s disease risk.
Dr. Rudy Tanzi explains how sleeping for eight hours every day can clear out amyloid plaque in the brain, helping stave off Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Deepak Chopra leads a quick meditation that can help alleviate stress. Then, Dr. Rudy Tanzi and Dr. Wendy Suzuki explain how social interaction, exercise, learning new things, and following the Mediterranean diet can benefit the brain.
Judge Glenda Hatchett opens up about her daughter-in-law Kira’s sudden and unexpected death after childbirth.
Judge Glenda Hatchett recounts the last moments she spent with her daughter-in-law, Kyira Dixon Johnson, before Johnson passed away after giving birth to her son.
Kyira Dixon Johnson died hours after a scheduled C-section. Her husband, Charles Johnson, reveals when he first suspected something was wrong and how the hospital staff reacted.
OB/GYN Dr. Jessica Shepherd discusses why women in America are dying more frequently during or after childbirth than women in other countries. Plus, find out what you can do today to support maternal care.
Our biggest Alzheimer’s prevention show to date! See the at-home test you can take in less than five minutes to determine your risk. Then, Judge Hatchett opens up about how her daughter-in-law died after giving birth.