Yoga has become huge! Whether you’ve already selected the studio for your first time on the mat or you’re still deciding whether yoga is for you, the following considerations will bring you comfort when you arrive at your first practice.
Certain botanicals have been researched for their benefits in areas such as dementia and even depression, which Courtney Johnson, assistant editor, INSIDER, discusses with Dr. Lise Alschuler, chief medical officer and co-founder at iTHRIVE, in this podcast.
Many of us have to admit that we have a love/hate relationship with French fries. We love how they taste but hate what they do to our health. And now there’s a new study confirming that we need to just say no when it comes to eating French fries.
On this episode of Five to Thrive Live, Karolyn will be joined by physical therapist and lymphedema expert Tracey Podolsky. Tracey will explain what lymphedema is and how it can be effectively treated.
As spring comes to an end and summer draws near, a veritable cornucopia of tree-ripened fruits, berries and luscious vegetables await our hungry palates. These plant foods are full of unique and incredibly nutritious compounds.
On this episode, Karolyn is joined by cancer care experts Laura Pole and Carole O'Toole to discuss "integrative navigation," a concept they created to help people better cope with the experience of cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
If you are thinking about changing your exercise program, having trouble staying motivated, or looking to begin a new fitness routine, you won't want to miss this show. Get some great fitness advice directly from the experts!
Did you know that more than an estimated 120 different toxic compounds can be eliminated through perspiration? This includes everything from heavy metals to steroids to the body’s own inflammatory molecules.
Of modifiable cancer risks, diet remains one of the most significant. In fact, we can reduce our risk of developing cancer by as much as 30 percent just by adopting healthy eating habits. And one of the tastiest eating habits to develop is adding more culinary herbs and spices to our meals.
Join Lise and Karolyn and their guest Elaine Thomas - a Thriver in every sense of the word. Elaine has survived several recurrences of ovarian cancer over the past decade. She has learned a lot from her journey and will share her experience and wisdom with us.
On this episode, Dr. John Nuestadt will provide practical information on reducing fracture risk and managing osteoporosis. If you are interested in building your bone health, you won't want to miss this show!