Living the good life starts with sleep.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the latest findings in Alzheimer's prevention research. Studies show that sugar can impact the brain and affect the memory structures in crucial ways.
Dr. Richard Isaacson discusses how certain drugs intended for diabetics, as well as natural supplements can help fight the onset Alzheimer's disease.
Find out how probiotic-rich foods, turmeric, and prebiotic fiber can keep your body healthy and your mind strong.
Dr. Richard Isaacson and Max Lugavere discuss how cutting back on carbs and doing high-intensity interval training can help you prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Learn how to keep your brain sharp and prevent Alzheimer's disease with these five simple tips.
Dr. Oz introduces a story that made headlines: Kayden Culp, a boy with special needs, was severely burned when playing with other children. Was it bullying or attempted murder? Kayden’s mother Tristyn opens up about what happened.
Was it an accident or intentional? Burn victim Kayden Culp's mother discusses her son's injuries and the bullies behind them.
Meet Kayden Culp, a burn survivor who continues to maintain a positive attitude and friendly disposition despite all he's been through.
Kayden Culp's mother speaks out about the bullying that caused her son to have severe burns and permanent damage.
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