(audience clapping) – It’s said that a little caffeine may help ease a headache, but Drew, I’m sad. (Drew laughs) Dr. Nita, I’m sad. – Why? – Because did you know your coffee intake may actually increase your risk of migraines? (audience gasps) (fake crying) (audience laughing) – You do… Continue Reading Migraines Caused by Too Much Coffee?
– [Travis] I am incredibly troubled by this story, mainly because I am not a big believer in at-home, it’s like you’re in the lab mixing and matching and adding water. – [Andrew] No and you could- to your insulin and that to me is where the school has an… Continue Reading School Won’t Let Diabetic Child Inject Insulin?
Do you spend a lot of time researching “quack” science out there? And I think it’s important to differentiate proven treatments versus unproven treatments. You say that in modern medicine, there really isn’t a place for naturopathy. Is that because of the science versus non-science-based practice of it? Yeah, absolutely.… Continue Reading Are ‘Natural’ Treatments Safe?
Traditionally medicine falls into two camps. On one side western medicine, on the other natural treatments that claim to heal the body and prevent disease. More and more practitioners are calling themselves natural or naturopathic doctors, without the stringent education of medical doctors. This is a big deal because, in… Continue Reading One Woman’s Naturopathic Nightmare
– I love though that you also promote body positivity. You have a campaign, a movement, called I Weigh, right? – Yeah, it’s a body neutrality movement. (applause) – So why is this important to you? – So I Weigh is a body neutrality movement, it’s about getting away from… Continue Reading Jameela Jamil Thanks Kelly For Giving Her Strength When She Was Body Shamed
– So earlier this week I dedicated an entire hour to my Good Neighbor campaign. (upbeat music) ♪ Good, good, so good. ♪ ♪ Good neighbor. ♪ – There’s a reason this campaign is important to me. It’s not just about talking to strangers or being polite, it’s about showing… Continue Reading Kelly Weeps Over A Cancer Patient Skipping Treatment To Search For A Missing Boy And His Dog