Medical information on the Internet can easily create confusion and anxiety. Richard Senelick, MD, neurologist and author, offers strategies to calm consumers of online health advice.
When our social lives unfold largely in the digital realm, it can damage our relationships and health in surprising ways. Discover why face-to-face connections count.
Americans are more digitally connected than ever before, yet numerous studies show that we are increasingly unhappy. Why is that? Dallas Hartwig and Pilar Gerasimo help us unpack the challenges of social health in the digital age.
Do you control your devices or do they control you? A more conscious approach can help you get the most out of technology.
The podcast host and author shares her top insights on maintaining a healthy relationship with technology.
How special interests concoct “grassroots” movements online, mobilizing mobs that help shape the public conversation about health.
What’s best for our health and the planet can also be great for our bank accounts. All it takes is shifting how we spend our money and our time.