If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you owe it to yourself to do online research to learn about evidence-based treatments for your disease, and the best ways to manage your health as you move toward wellness.
Watch Leslie's short video, created in collaboration with Fremont, California-based Washington Hospital, to learn about four must-visit websites for cancer patients.
Whether it's a work colleague, a neighbor, or a relative—Leslie's got simple ways you can be of help right now.
Diagnostic error is common, costly, and deadly. Here's how to question a new diagnosis.
Medical emergencies don't come by appointment—they are always sudden and unexpected. Why not be prepared? Leslie's got proven steps to protect yourself from emergency mishaps.
When it comes to healthcare, many of us are feeling anxious about the future. The antidote to uncertainty is to take charge of what is in your control.
If you're considering immunotherapy for cancer, Leslie and the experts break it down in this invaluable episode. You'll learn how to find specialists, what questions to ask, how to protect yourself from side effects, and what to expect during the treatment process.
Living with chronic illness can be exhausting and all-consuming, but Leslie's got proven steps to help you effectively manage your illness with less stress.
One women dies every 80 seconds in America from heart disease. Even worse, many women are dying of undiagnosed heart attacks, simply because their signs and symptoms don't look like the traditional male-pattern, Hollywood-style, clutching-at-the-chest heart attack. This is a must-listen episode, with the information and advice you need to protect yourself and your loved ones.
As Leslie explains, the 5 things are specific, they're not that hard, and they are much more consequential in terms of living longer, being healthier, and reducing the probability that you're going to have cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other health problems. Check out this special episode of The No-Mistake Zone—just in time for the Thanksgiving feasting season.
Some 29 million Americans, 9% of the entire U.S. population, has diabetes and the rates can be as high as 15% among some Hispanic communities. This week, Leslie talks with renowned cardiologist and Univision's chief medical correspondent Dr. Juan Rivera about detection and prevention strategies, exciting new treatments, and how to partner with your physician to prevent Type 2 diabetes.
Do you take this doctor to be your primary care physician, in sickness and in health? Before you commit... Leslie's got a simple, 3-step process to finding THE BEST ONE for you!