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  • Ask The Doctor: Dizziness

    Absolutely it could. If springing to your feet causes you to feel light-headed, see black or white spots, or nearly keel over, you may have orthostatic hypotension. Put simply, orthostatic hypotension—orthostatic means “standing upright” and hypotension means “low blood pressure”—is the body’s temporary inability to adjust to changes in gravity.

    I’ve been experiencing dizziness lately. Could it be a problem with my blood pressure?
    Stephen T. Sinatra
    Dizziness
  • Spent?

    Can anything make you feel more out of control than watching your nest egg get snatched up in the ravenous jaws of a recession? Amid the gloom, many people feel pressed to reexamine their attitude toward money, along with their financial priorities.

    Nothing can be more depleting than worrying about finances. Transform your relationship with money to revive flagging spirits—and bank accounts.
    By Elizabeth Marglin
  • 5 Ways to Save on Organic Food

    The price of food may be soaring, but buying conventional produce rather than organic may end up costing more in the long run. “Eating organic now could save you from expensive health problems down the line,” says John A. McDougall, MD, author of The McDougall Plan: 12 Days to Dynamic Health (Plume Publishing).

    By Bryce Edmonds