Danny Gokey ("American Idol") gives back to those in need through a foundation created in memory of his wife. Also: new treatments for epilepsy; a recipe for chicken cacciatore from Dr. John La Puma; water-safety tips; a demonstration of kettlebells with Kathy Smith.
A look at the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation, which helps kids worldwide overcome obstacles like diabetes and Down syndrome. Also: a profile of Pauletta Washington and her Brain Trust; a recipe for Korean kimchee from Dr. John La Puma; exercises to do at work presented by Kathy Smith.
A look at fitness guru Denise Austin's impact on the lives of millions; a recipe for high-protein Korean tofu stew from Dr. John La Puma. Also: vaccines recommended for young adults; how cancer coaches help patients through the treatment maze.
Dr. Michael Roizen explains how beauty equates to health and happiness; a family confronts frontotemporal dementia, which is erasing a man's identity; and Dr. John La Puma prepares a one-pot summer soup with dill.
Michelle Kwan discusses taking control of health by knowing numbers and building strong relationships with doctors; a mom is motivated to improve health-care safety after her daughter's medical-error death. Also: a recipe for warm stuffed dates from Dr. John La Puma.
Integrative-medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil discusses living long and well. Also: cardiac stem cells for heart-attack victims; a recipe for five-spice turkey stir-fry with broccoli rabe from Dr. John La Puma; a workout for sexy legs from Kathy Smith.
Olympia Dukakis and her husband, Louis Zorich, discuss his diabetes and their efforts to raise awareness for free blood-glucose screenings. Also: a recipe for Pan-Asian shrimp with gluten-free brown-rice noodles; and Kathy Smith's garden workout.
Integrative-medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil discusses his book "Why Our Health Matters"; a Wisconsin woman who has HER2-positive breast cancer participates in a clinical trial for a cancer vaccine; ChefMD John La Puma prepares pumpkin-pecan squares.
Joan Lunden talks with AARP caregiving ambassador Gail Sheehy about her 2010 book. Also: a look at how alternative medicine techniques are used to enhance effectiveness of traditional medical therapies; a recipe for garlicky sautéed kale from Dr. John La Puma.
Behind the scenes at NYC's Red Dress fashion event, which raises awareness for heart disease, the No. 1 killer of women; steps to take when someone experiences heart-attack symptoms; a recipe for heart-healthy cauliflower soup from Dr. John La Puma.
Cardiologist Jennifer Mieres explains what women should do daily to lower heart-disease risk; mind-body expert Deepak Chopra discusses his book "Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul." Also: a recipe for high-fiber red beans and rice from Dr. John La Puma.
Joan Lunden talks with author Gail Sheehy ("Passages") about women's evolving roles and the opportunities young women have today; Olympic champion Jim Craig discusses heart disease and heredity; and Dr. John La Puma prepares a Southwestern omelet that is high in fiber and protein.
Joan Lunden talks with "Breast Book" author Dr. Susan Love, who explains how breast cancer can be eliminated; Joan also talks with "Passages" author Gail Sheehy about the looming caregiver crisis. Also: a recipe for chicken Vesuvio from Dr. John La Puma.
NFL quarterback Eli Manning takes charge of the American Heart Association's program designed to reduce obesity; trainer Kathy Smith explains why getting fit works best with a friend. Also: a cholesterol-lowering recipe for roast-beet salad from Dr. John La Puma.
Joan Lunden talks with Michael Tucker and Jill Eikenberry ("L.A. Law") about caring for Eikenberry's aging mother. Also: a look at Army reservist Andrea Gayle-Bennett's video blogs from Iraq; a recipe for omega-3-rich bouillabaisse from Dr. John La Puma.
Laila Ali talks about her involvement in reducing childhood obesity. Also: an examination of why nonsmokers get lung cancer; a recipe for quinoa-stuffed acorn squash from Dr. John La Puma; and tips on dealing with colds.
Suze Orman tells Joan Lunden the world is on financial Prozac; psychiatrist Daniel Amen demonstrates brain scans that detect mental disorders sooner and make treatments more effective; and Dr. John La Puma makes fiber-rich, spicy Indian dal.
Dr. Daniel Amen, author of "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life." Also: Cancer survivor and oncologist Amir Steinberg is profiled; Dr. John La Puma prepares chocolate-covered pomegranate clusters; and the benefits of A1C tests for diabetics are explored.
A Race to Erase MS fund-raiser featuring Tommy Hilfiger and other celebs; how yoga and Pilates can help women recover from breast cancer; a recipe for zucchini barley pilaf from Dr. John La Puma; green toys and gifts; and viral-illness prevention.
Geralyn Lucas, author of "Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy." Also: an update on treatment for celiac disease; a recipe for Mexican pickled vegetables from Dr. John La Puma; the joys of celebrating small holidays; cholesterol-lowering medications.
Medical experts with a progress report in the war on cancer; a discussion of mental health; a recipe for roasted-root vegetables with curry from Dr. John La Puma; preparations for the holidays; the benefits of a good pharmacist-customer relationship.
Advances in treatment of advanced-stage breast cancer; Mario Lopez helping kids get fit; important vaccinations for adults; a recipe for a low-calorie poached-pear dessert from Dr. John La Puma; Joan Lunden and Safe Kids on fall prevention.
"Queen Bees and Wannabes" author Rosalind Wiseman discusses cyber bullying. Also: a possible genetic link to autism; who needs a flu shot and why; a recipe for omega-3-rich poached trout from John La Puma; tips to make holiday shopping a pleasure, not a panic.
Advances in treating diabetes, including pancreas transplants, are discussed; Leeza Gibbons talks about her book "Take Your Oxygen First"; the effectiveness of honey as cough medicine is examined; Dr. John La Puma prepares cauliflower-and-chicken stew.
Advances in prostate-cancer treatment are discussed by Dr. Patrick Walsh and musician Charlie Wilson; health risks of Hispanic Americans are examined; Safe Kids USA talks about bike helmets. Also: Dr. John La Puma prepares three-bean salad and tacos.
Suze Orman with advice on achieving financial health; an innovative surgical procedure that gave a toddler a new ear; a nurse practitioner on school physicals; a recipe for a spaghetti frittata from Dr. John La Puma.
Singer-songwriter Siedah Garrett's efforts to raise awareness of fibroid tumors are detailed. Also: advanced ultrasound images that are helping children with cleft palates; celebrity beauty routines; a recipe for heart-healthy garlic chicken from Dr. John La Puma.