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 EP 1,115 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.   Is there a link between statins & muscle pain? Over 60% of adult ER visits are for patients with chronic disease  8 benefits of cabbage  Eating ultra-processed foods ups colorectal cancer risk  9% of teens cyber bully themselves PLUS so much more...  

 Healing From The Inside Out: Gut Health Tips & Tricks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

When it comes to healthy eating, the two biggest excuses Dr. Friedman hears are "I just can't afford to eat healthily," and "I'm just too busy and don't have the time to cook at home."SPONSORED BY CARDIOMIRACLE: The most advanced heart-healthy nitric oxide booster in the world, with 50+ whole food nutrients. CardioMiracle.com [use promo code "CardioNow!" for 20% discount] When it comes to healthy eating, the two biggest excuses Dr. Friedman hears are "I just can't afford to eat healthily," and "I'm just too busy and don't have the time to cook at home."In this episode, Dr. Carolyn Williams shatters both of these excuses. A lot of processed and convenient foods available at grocery stores and at restaurants are inflammatory to the gut and can contribute to disease. Her new book, Meals that Heal: One Pot gives you over a hundred anti-inflammatory quick fix affordable recipes for your stovetop, sheet pan, Instapot, and air fryer. She shares some genius meal prep hacks that make healthy eating fun, affordable, and convenient. Food is medicine. SPONSORED BY CARDIOMIRACLE: The most advanced heart-healthy nitric oxide booster in the world, with 50+ whole food nutrients. CardioMiracle.com [use promo code "CardioNow!" for 20% discount] Dr. Williams is a leading culinary nutrition expert in James Beard journalism award winner who's developed a knack for breaking down complex science into quick, reader-friendly tips. In addition, she's a sought-after speaker on anti-inflammatory eating and managing chronic inflammation through lifestyle.To learn more or get your copy of Meals that Heal: One Pot go to CarolynWilliamsRd.com.

 The Power of Play | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Play is important to child development.Play is important to child development. It should be a priority in children’s lives.Why Play is Priority Play with caregivers, peers and teachers affects brain structure and function. Playful learning is a fundamental part of healthy development. Play helps develop the safe, nurturing relationships with parents and caregivers to mitigate toxic stress and promote resilience. Fifty percent of parents don’t go outside to play with their children. Thirty percent of kindergartens don’t have recess--a sacrifice made in order to focus on testing skills. Unsafe outdoor conditions often lead children to stay indoors with screens.Toys are fantastic for developing problem-solving ability. Parents may limit the child’s interactions by telling the child how to play. You can ask prompting questions if the child seems stuck, but let the youngster resolve the toy.Listen as Dr. Michael Yogman joins Melanie Cole, MS, to discuss the importance of play.

 EP 1114B - The 12-Hour Walk: Invest One Day, Conquer Your Mind, and Unlock Your Best Life | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Colin O’Brady is a 10-time world record-breaking explorer and one of the world’s best endurance athletes.Colin O’Brady is a 10-time world record-breaking explorer and one of the world’s best endurance athletes. He isn’t your typical adventurer despite his unmatched athletic accomplishments including a world-first solo crossing of Antarctica, a world-first ocean row across the Drake Passage (from South America to Antarctica), and summiting Mt. Everest twice.Colin is an expert on mindset, a highly sought-after keynote speaker, and a New York Times bestselling author. He’s also a television host, an executive producer, and an entrepreneur who has built and sold companies. And, he’s done it all after overcoming a devastating accident - that nearly left him unable to walk - to prove that anything is possible.His latest endeavor is his newest book "The 12-Hour Walk: Invest One Day, Conquer Your Mind, and Unlock Your Best Life." Colin created The 12-Hour Walk for you so that you can overcome your limiting beliefs and cultivate a Possible Mindset™ that will empower you to step into your best life.

 EP 1,114 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.   Breastfeeding protects the health of mom & baby long term  50% of men over the age of 40 have low T in the mornings Ashwagandha & sleep benefits  If you use a computer too much, migraines increase  How calories work at different times of day  PLUS so much more...  

 Why Can’t I Keep Up Anymore? Tips to Regain Energy, Focus and Performance for Men Over 40 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 50% of men experience erectile dysfunction!According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 50% of men experience erectile dysfunction! Particularly those over the age of 40. Dealing with this condition can of course put a damper on romance, lead to depression and fatigue, and much more.Dr. Deb Matthew MD, The Happy Hormones Doctor, is a best-selling author, international speaker, educator, wife, and mother of four.She is also the founder and Medical Director of Signature Wellness, as well as the President of the North Carolina Integrative Medicine Society.In this episode, Dr. Deb will answer all your questions about low T and men's sexual health, including: what causes low T? Are there natural remedies instead of that little blue pill? Are my prescriptions causing my ED? Am I losing interest because I'm getting older? And why you cant "oyster" yourself out of a low testosterone problem.

 Ensuring Access to Reproductive Healthcare for Teens | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Pediatricians around the country are voicing concern over federal and state actions that could threaten the medical rights and safety of teenagers seeking reproductive healthcare.Pediatricians around the country are voicing concern over federal and state actions that could threaten the medical rights and safety of teenagers seeking reproductive healthcare, including pregnancy counseling and abortion services.Joining us for this very important topic today is Dr. Elise Berlin. She's a professor in the department of pediatrics at the Ohio State University College of Medicine and a specialist in adolescent medicine in Columbus, Ohio.She is a co-author of two AAP policy statements regarding protecting teens’ rights to reproductive health care and the right to confidential care when considering abortion.Listen as Dr. Berlan and our host Melanie discuss adolescents being at high risk for unplanned pregnancy, increasing access to quality sexuality education, barriers to abortion care, and their hopes for the future of this type of care in the US.

 EP 1,113 News of the Week - Special Edition! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.  Our episode is dedicated to the release of Dr. Roizen's new book The Great Age Reboot: Cracking the Longevity Code for a Younger Tomorrow,  which is out TODAY! As the human lifespan expands and more people are living to 100 years and beyond, New York Times best-selling author Michael Roizen, M.D., explains how to prepare for a longer, healthier future.Over the next decade, people living to 100, 120, or even 130 years old will become increasingly common--and life past 100 may not look like what you expect. In this groundbreaking narrative, Dr. Roizen reveals how current science and technology will revolutionize our ability to live longer, younger, and better. Today's breakthroughs in longevity research are unprecedented, and this book will help you navigate the coming changes to make the best decisions for your brain, your body, and your bank account. Along with acclaimed economists Peter Linneman and Albert Ratner, Roizen explores how longer life spans will change our lives and our culture, providing the most comprehensive and forward-looking book on aging to date, and showing readers how to prepare for the next major societal disruptor. 

 EP 1113B - Blinding Eye Disease is Strongly Associated with Heart Disease | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

A recent study out of Mount Sinai is the first to demonstrate a link between the disorders.Patients with a specific form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness in the United States, are at significant risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke, according to new research from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai. This study, published in the July issue of Retina, is the first to demonstrate a link between the disordersAMD is the leading cause of visual impairment and blindness in people over 65 years old and is the result of damage to the central area of the retina called the macula, which is responsible for reading and driving vision. One major form of early AMD is called drusen, where small yellow cholesterol deposits form in a layer under the retina. They can deprive the retina of blood and oxygen, leading to vision loss. Drusen formation can be slowed by appropriate vitamin supplementation.The other major form of early AMD is the presence of subretinal drusenoid deposits (SDD), which is lesser known and requires high-tech retinal imaging to detect. These deposits are also made of fatty lipids and other materials, but form in a different layer beneath the light-sensitive retina cells, where they are also associated with vision loss. Currently, there is no known treatment for SDD.R Theodore (Ted) Smith MD, Ph.D. is the lead author of this study and joins us in this episode to tell us more. He is a Professor of Ophthalmology and Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) and Director of Biomolecular Retinal Imaging at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary (NYEEI) of Mount Sinai.

 7 Days To Drink Less | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

According to data from the Nelson Corporation, alcohol sales have increased by over 50% during the pandemic.According to data from the Nelson Corporation, alcohol sales have increased by over 50% during the pandemic. But alcohol use has always been a public health issue. Whether you want to drink less for mental or physical reasons, we're talking about how to do it today with Georgia Foster. She is a world-leading therapist as well as a hypnotherapist, specializing in alcohol reduction.Georgia joins us from Australia to talk about the difference between quitting drinking and drinking less, why we become addicted to alcohol, dealing with stress without that glass of wine, and how dehydration can lead to increase alcohol intake.Learn more about Georgia and her program 7 Days To Drink Less here.

 Mentally Preparing For Big Crowds & Classrooms | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school?After spending so much time at home these last few years, and doing school online, some children may not be excited to go back to the classroom. And we know anxiety and depression have been on the rise in young people as well. So how can we get our kids eased back into the old ways of socialization and in-person school? Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She shares some ways anxiety can manifest in our children, signs to look out for that might be worrisome, creating a support system at school for when kids feel overwhelmed, and how we can prep our anxious kids in these last days of summer.

 EP 1,112 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.   Get moving! What do you do if you got kidney stones  Health benefits of beets  Your brain gets tired and scientists know why  Don't drink rain water  PLUS so much more...  

 EP 1112B - Has Your Child Been Traumatized | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

When your child has been through an upsetting or stressful event, it can feel overwhelming. Is your child traumatized?When your child has been through an upsetting or stressful event, it can feel overwhelming. Is your child traumatized? Are new behaviors normal, or signs of PTSD? What can you do to make your child feel safe again? Psychologist Melissa Goldberg Mintz knows what is needed to support a traumatized child--and she knows that loving parents play the most important role.In this wise and authoritative guide, Dr. Goldberg Mintz shares specific, critical information and insights into what trauma looks like at different ages, why some kids exposed to the same event react very differently, how to help your child through trauma triggers, when to seek professional help, and more. She provides crucial tools for ensuring that your child doesn’t feel constrained by fear--and can face future challenges with hope and resilience.

 Regenerate: Unlocking Your Body's Radical Resilience Through the New Biology | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

As we age, our cells naturally lose the ability to combat disease, our memory declines and we lose our zest for life.As we age, our cells naturally lose the ability to combat disease, our memory declines and we lose our zest for life.But Sayer Ji says we are not prisoners of our genes, and we all have untapped potential for self-regeneration and radical healing. He is the founder of GreenMedInfo.com, the world’s largest open-access natural health database.Sayer and Dr. Friedman cover a range of topics in this episode, including how food conveys essential biological information, modern medicine vs. "the new biology," and the health benefits of an ancestral diet. Find out more about Sayer's work at GreenMedInfo.com.

 Adjusting Your Schedules for Back to School | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule.All summer long, your children most likely have been staying up all night, sleeping in, and have lost track of any type of schedule. So as the season comes to an end, its time to prep your kids for going back to school, and getting back into the rhythms that will help them succeed in the classroom.Dr. Emily Frank is an assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF and a public school teacher in Oakland. In addition to providing primary care in the clinic, she treats patients with urgent medical needs in the emergency departments at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals. Seeking to inspire and bring about change, she has a particular interest in working with young people to develop their abilities to obtain and use health-related information and to advocate for better care.She talks with Melanie in this episode about how we can get that good sleep, resetting bedtimes, and getting your kids all around active and focused for a new school year.

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