Exploring cataracts and their removal.
Healthline examines the different conditions that can affect your voice.
Meet a 73 year old woman in the beginning stages of Alzheimers.
Hear from victims, survivors, and health professionals who explain why we must remain vigilant against the Polio outbreak.
Adult-onset schizophrenia can strike in mid-life and beyond.
The pros and cons of the increasingly common practice of Medical Tourism.
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical practice making its way into western culture.
New treatments for sufferers of 'wet' macular degeneration.
Ways to manage chronic pain.
Devices aimed at improving memory and mental awareness.
What we know and don't know about Parkinson's Disease.
Dr. Kevin Soden and guest physicians answer questions and concerns of the Healthline audience taken from the Medical Mailbag.
Dr. Kevin Soden covers two of the most common types of hearing loss in people over 65.
Osteoporosis warnings, and ways to fortify your bones against its effects.
Artistic endeavors may actually boost the immune system.
Menopause and andropause issues.
Effects of lifestyle changes such as activity and diet.
The latest treatments for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.
A new vaccine aimed at preventing the Shingles virus from surfacing.
Causes and cures for sleeping problems.
Mental workouts can slow the deterioration of an aging mind.
While frequently dismissed as a childhood disease, asthma is a serious condition often undiagnosed in adults.
John Erickson shares his theories on how to help seniors live longer lives without busting the bank.
Learn what hip replacement involves, and advances in the procedure.
The findings of the Women's Health Initiative Study.
An examination of the often overlooked Lyme Disease.
The benefits of doctors who come to one's home.
Getting the chronic skin disease rosacea under control and the latest rosacea treatments.
Praying for health.
Regular medical screening for high-risk diseases.
Imagine your body waging war on itself, making it harder to walk, think and speak. Healthline examines the disease of Multiple Sclerosis.
Proper diagnosis and treatment can help Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) sufferers lead good and long lives.
Some popular cosmetic procedures available to mature adults and the psychology behind this growing trend.
The genetic factors that affect our health and lifespan.
The dangers of contracting HIV and how to protect yourself after age 50.
Medical conditions affecting the liver.
Diagnosis, treatment, and prevention based on a person's unique genetic make-up.
Look at what is known about the mysterious Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
The possible causes of dementia and the ways the condition can be reversed.
Weight loss and malnutrition in seniors.
An examination of diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans.
The physical, mental, and emotional adjustments to life after limb loss.
Surgeries performed with the help of robots.
Learn the risks of and how to alleviate the pain of aching feet.
Explore the variety of causes and treatments of taste and smell disorders.
High-tech diagnostic tools like the X-ray and the MRI.
The importance of getting tested for colorectal cancer despite the feeling of embarrassment.
Explore the health disparities between the races.
Dr. Soden speaks with experts about techniques for finding the best health information.
Irritable bowel syndrome can be especially hard on older adults.
Healthline explores how pet interaction can be good for ones health.
Healthline profiles the many side effects of cancer treatments.
Surgical and non-surgical options available for seniors afflicted with hyperopia, or farsightedness.
Telemedicine brings doctors to patients when neither can travel.
Dr. Kevin Soden discusses fibromyalgia, an often debilitating ailment affecting millions of Americans.
Household chemicals can pose dangers for one's health.
More than 19 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea, the most common sleep disorder among seniors.
Dr. Kevin Soden examines the growing threat of esophageal cancer, prevention, advice and treatments.
Host, Kevin Soden, MD is joined by two Geriatric Dentists in a discussion on dental care and it's importance to the aging body's overall health.
Healthline examines the various causes of substance abuse and alcoholism among people over 60.
Foot pain can be debilitating and for some seniors deadly if left untreated.
How, why, and when hysterectomies, the second most common operation on women, are performed.
A 104-year-old man discusses the secrets of longevity.
Imagine this...a doctor prescribes you a drug that suits your exact metabolism and genetic makeup. Sound far-fetched? It's not. It's called personalized medicine and it's becoming a reality.
Focuses on the 'wet' type of Macular Degeneration which has many promising treatments.
Cosmetic procedures that older men are enduring to improve or maintain their appearance.
Dr. Kevin Soden and other physicians answer questions and concerns of the audience.
The autoimmune disease myositis.
Ways to prevent prostate problems and the importance of seeing a doctor.
Common causes of dysphagia in seniors, how it is diagnosed and treated.
Discussing Living Wills and why they're so important.
Dr. Kevin Soden talks with specialists about heart disease, the No. 1 killer of women in the U.S.
Experts talk about the repercussions of Alzheimer's on families and offer hope for coping.
Discussing Osteoporosis, the breakdown of tissue in our bones.
Speaking to a woman who was the third person in her family to be diagnosed with lung cancer.
Some of the facial cosmetic procedures that mature adults have available to them.
Experts explain how one can stay active and keep injury free in one's senior years.
How a patient can manage his/her own medications and the importance in being an advocate for his/her own care.
Diagnosis and treatment of sinusitis.
Potential benefits and risks of bariatric surgery for older adults who are overweight.
Emergency Medical Service experts talk about emergency situations and being prepared.
Experts discuss hospital acquired infections which cause upwards of 85,000 deaths per year.
Types of clinical trials, and benefits and risks of taking part in them.
Most current research on vitamins for older adults.
The flu and the serious threat it poses for seniors.
Warning signs, symptoms and treatments of stroke, the number three cause of death in the United States.
What viewers can do to relieve stress and get to the true meaning of the season.
How changes in diet and activity can disengage the diabetes switch in 60 percent of people over 65.
How the spine ages and how to keep it healthy.
Informative overview of the deadly effects of hypertension and heart disease.
Experts discuss chronic foot pain among seniors.
Allergies among the elderly.
Methods to help the symptoms of Parkinson's using medication and deep brain stimulation.