Stop Your Pain Without Popping a Pill
The Doctors reveal drug-free solutions to your biggest aches and pains.
Hot Tub Healing Machine
Four health issues all boiled down to one solution: hydrotherapy. See how spending time in a hot tub can help heal restless leg syndrome, joint pain and more.
Set It and Forget It Birth Control?
Today, women are afforded a variety of options for birth control: The pill, the patch, the ring, the shot. Recently, the FDA approved a new “set it and forget it method,” with the first new IUD to hit the market in more than 10 years. The Skyla IUD has a lower dose of hormones and is physically smaller than the other two IUDs available in the United States, and is approved to prevent pregnancy for up to three years. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains the risks and benefits of Skyla.
Pill-Free ED Treatments
Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects an estimated 18 million men in the U.S. alone, and the “little blue pill” isn’t the only solution. Learn how to sustain blood flow to the area with lifestyle choices, reflexology and a special ring made to keep things up and moving. Plus, learn why ED can signal other conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.
Stop Anxiety with One Simple Tip
From butterflies in your stomach before giving a big speech to sweaty palms during a first date, situational anxiety is normal. Learn how to soothe your nerves in one simple step.
Chemotherapy without Hair Loss?
Chemotherapy has many side effects, including hair loss. But when Tricia was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago, she turned to cold cap therapy to reduce hair loss during treatment.
Hypnotherapy for Morning Sickness
Lisa is three months pregnant and says she suffers from severe morning sickness. “I feel nauseous all day. It’s almost unbearable. But I’m leery about taking medication.” As an alternative, Lisa tries hypnotherapy to ease her symptoms. Does it help?
Suzanne suffers from debilitating migraines at least every other week, and says massages, Botox and both over-the-counter and prescription medications haven’t solved the problem. Suzanne believes one of her triggers may be light, which can be alleviated with TheraSpecs – glasses designed specifically for headache and migraine sufferers. See how they work. Could they help you?
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