Living Well

Four Ways to Stay Safe in the Sun

We’ve turned into the “Indoor Generation.” And it’s killing us.

A new survey conducted for the Danish window and skylight company Velux found that on average, Americans spend 90% of their time indoors.

Breaking News From a Major Health Care Watchdog

We live and breathe research studies.

My team scours journals to find the latest scientific studies and reports. Our goal is to provide you with the best information possible so you can make informed decisions about your health.

Bend Your Way to a Better Brain

Ask anyone over the age of 65 what they worry about the most as they age. You’re likely to hear many say dementia, memory loss, or Alzheimer’s disease.

But there’s a silent mental illness that’s twice as prevalent as dementia. And you’re up to eight times more likely to face it than depression, which is also common in seniors.

Cat Got Your Tongue? Break a Sweat to Stop It

We’ve all faced this embarrassing problem. You’re in the middle of a conversation and you stop. The word you want is just out of reach, on the tip of your tongue.

It’s not only a nuisance, but a sign of aging.

Want a Healthy Heart? Skip These Useless Pills

Sometimes I feel like I just keep repeating myself.

And the truth is, I have repeated myself often. That’s because so many people simply haven’t listened to what I’ve said for years. In fact, I still have people come to me and explain why they’ve started taking fish-oil pills.

My Newsletters May Save Your Brain Cells

What if I told you that reading my newsletters could prevent dementia?

It’s not just hubris. Financial literacy helps keep your brain healthy. Financial literacy is an understanding of the basics of personal finance and investing, including things like understanding debt and planning for your retirement.

Make a Bucket List for Your Tax Refund

“It’s our busiest time of year.”

That’s what a local flooring contractor recently told one of my researchers. As he explained, “Everyone’s busy spending their tax refunds.”

Think You Have Sinus Pain? You’re Wrong

Across the U.S., many of us go outside and see the same thing – sheets of pollen covering our cars every morning.

For about 50 million Americans, that only means one thing… It’s the beginning of headache season.

The Fastest Way to Grow Rich… And Not Risk Everything Else

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing an essay from Mark Ford, co-founder of the Palm Beach Research Group. Mark is a multimillionaire entrepreneur and educator who has practiced and taught every wealth idea worth knowing. And today’s idea is no different.

Below, Mark describes his secret to getting rich…

Think Twice Before Getting This Deadly ‘Emergency’ Surgery

Just seven emergency surgeries account for 80% of all admissions, deaths, complications… and costs to the patient.

Research published in JAMA Surgery found that the majority of these problems resulted from one of four different bowel surgeries (partial colectomy, small-bowel resection, removal of peritoneal adhesions, and laparotomy), as well as removal of the appendix, peptic ulcers, and gallbladder.