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Hear editors Amy Fishbein Brightfield and Barbara Brody from the Woman’s Day health department talk about how you and your family can stay healthy. Special guests include top medical doctors, fitness experts, and patients with inspiring stories. Tune in every Wednesday at noon eastern time, 9:00am pacific time.

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Don't want to get sick this winter? Barbara talks about how to prevent colds and the flu. Special guest: TK

Want to get a better nights sleep? We give you the lowdown on getting a restful night with more zzzs, as sleep expert Dr. Mary Susan Esther joins Amy Brightfield. Learn what will help you sleep better.

Amy Brightfield talks about how helping others can boost your health with special guest, Dr. Jonathan Ellerby, spiritual director from Canyon Ranch.

Do you want to know how to fight toxic fat? Barbara Brody talks to Dr. Barry Sears, author of "Toxic Fat" and shares tips on getting rid of toxic fat and staying healthy.

Ted Allen ("Queer Eye for the Straight Guy") will be on hand to talk about eating healthy for the holidays with Amy Brightfield. Also, nutritionist Karen Ansel will join to give more healthy eating tips. Learn how to eat healthy this holiday season!

Get healthy with actress Jane Seymour and Dr. Pamela Peeke. Health editor Barbara Brody will talk to them about taking care of your joints and bones. It's time to be healthy! Join us with special guest Jane Seymour.

Special guest Denise Austin talks about making fitness fun with Woman's Day health director Amy Brightfield. Tips and suggestions that you can incorporate into your current workouts or how to start new exercise routines. Listen to making... more

Things patients do that drive their doctors crazy, special guest Dr. Nieca Goldberg joins health editor Barbara Brody.

Ways of saving your life in an emergency. Special guest: Amanda Ripley, author of "The Unthinkable" joins health editor Barbara Brody.

Amy Brightfield will show you how to reduce your risk of breast cancer. Special guest: Dr. Kristi Funk, surgical breast specialist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles