Dr. Gary tells what you can do if health issues make you hesitate to ask for more money.
Dr. Gary explains how to resolve disagreements with your partner in ways that bring you closer together instead of driving you apart.
Dr. Gary explains how to deal with worries that chronic illness will cause one partner to leave the other.
“The Spoon Theory" is an essay about what it’s like to live with chronic illness or a disability, using spoons as a metaphor for the limited energy that people with chronic disease have.
Extreme caloric restriction, or “crash dieting,” can have dangerous consequences for your physical and mental health, and you may be more likely to gain the weight back.
Your next pen may provide many of the benefits of an insulin pump.
People who are isolated or feel lonely have a significantly higher heart disease risk, but it isn't too late to get support and possibly lower your risk.
Whatever your reason for seeking a new doctor, it can be an opportunity for you to figure out what’s lacking in your current medical care team and find it.
Dr. Gary tells how to use abilities you already possess to successfully deal with life's uncertainties.
Good things happen when the three of you talk face to face. Dr. Gary tells how to get the most from it.
Learn which low-carbohydrate foods are rich in healthful fiber.
Dr. Gary shows you seven ways to stop punishing yourself with self-critical thoughts.
If you have a blood clot in your leg, other treatments may be preferable.
New research suggests the same goal may not be best for everyone.
Dr. Gary explains how changing the way you look at your health can open the door to a happier life.
Dr. Gary names eight simple steps to help you rein in a runaway response.