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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. Emotional eating in kids, how much of it is mom's fault? High blood pressure now affects 1 in every 7 US pregnancies Weight loss and lifestyle interventions, how much do they ease sleep apnea? Dangerous germs from microplastics floating in the ocean wind up on food PLUS so much more...
In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details.In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions. Listen in for all the details. This inflation is unbearable. With food prices on the rise, are there any money-saving strategies that you can share?Nancy Meadows - Schaumburg, ILI drink 1-2 glasses of red wine with dinner. Is there a specific type of red wine that's healthier or does it not matter?Eileen Mitchells - Valdosta, GA An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Are some healthier than others, and what about the sugar content in apples?Brenda O'Brien - Casper, WYI want organic pasture-raised eggs, but always doubt the ones in the grocery store are actually pasture-raised. Do I need to go to a farmers market?Kristin McCarthy - Springhill, TNI have a food intolerance to several things I used to be able to eat with no problem. Why all of a sudden am I not able to eat foods I used to love?Dolores Cohen, Tennessee I love to salt my food. Is salt really as bad as we've been led to believe?Mark Evans - Tampa, FLI suffer from candida and try all of the supplements but it always returns. Any suggestions? Ann Burkus, Sarasota, FL I'm drinking a lot of lemon water but I'm worried all of the acidity is bad for my stomach. Do you concur?Pat Richards - Raleigh, NCAre meal replacement shakes & bars ok to use instead of eating food if I want to lose weight?Fran Denison - Albuquerque, NMI suffer from migraines. Is there a supplement I can take that might help? Anna Edwards, Asheville, NCDo you have a question for Dr. Friedman? Send it to you him at AskTheDoctor@ToYourGoodHealthRadio.comIf he answers your question on the air, he’ll send you a signed copy of his award-winning, #1 bestselling book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction. He’ll also include a free copy of his audiobook, “America’s Unbalanced Diet” (over a million copies sold!).To stay up to date with Dr. Friedman’s latest articles, videos, and interviews, go to DrDavidFriedman.com.You can follow him on social media:Twitter and Facebook: @DrDavidFriedmanInstagram: @DrDFriedman
A new dog or other family pet has brought so much joy to uprooted lives during this pandemic.A new dog or other family pet has brought so much joy to uprooted lives during this pandemic. But with increased numbers of pet adoptions come more opportunities for bites, scratches, and other dog or pet woes.Dr. Alison Tothy is back on the show, she is a pediatric emergency medicine physician and a spokesperson for the AAP, and says dog bites have increased with kids being home more this past year.She tells us in this encore episode from June 2021 about this strange side effect of the pandemic, dealing with animal fears, allergies, and deciding as a family when to get a pet.
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. BMI & disease duration are among predictors of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in Crohn's patients in China Staying hydrated is a key component in your risk of heart failure Differences in gut bacteria in different socioeconomic groups Losing your sense of smell increases the risk of dementia Psylocibin lessens the risk of opioid use disorder PLUS so much more...
Dr. Louann Brizendine was among the first to explain why women think, communicate, and feel differently than men.Dr. Louann Brizendine was among the first to explain why women think, communicate, and feel differently than men. Now, inspired by her own experiences and those of the thousands of women at her clinic, she has a message that is nothing short of revolutionary: in the time of life typically known as menopause, women’s brains are reshaped, for the better, in a way that creates new power, a bracing clarity, and a laser-like sense of purpose if you know how to seize it.Her brand new book The Upgrade: How the Female Brain Gets Stronger and Better in Midlife and Beyond is a science-backed, radically positive roadmap, and provides specific ways women can fend off dementia, increase longevity and well-being, and find their best selves at this stage of life.Louann Brizendine, MD completed her degree in Neurobiology at UC Berkeley, graduated from Yale School of Medicine, and did her internship and residency at Harvard Medical School. She has also served on both the faculties of Harvard University and the University of California at San Francisco. She founded the Women’s Mood and Hormone Clinic at UCSF. Her New York Times bestseller, The Female Brain, and its follow-up, The Male Brain, continue to be read around the world.
The sands of time come with extra candles on the birthday cake: wrinkles, weight gain, memory loss, aches, and pains. The sands of time come with extra candles on the birthday cake: wrinkles, weight gain, memory loss, aches, and pains. We're told these are just a normal part of getting older. But focusing on something called our telomeres, we may be able to turn back the clock.Telomeres are the caps at the end of each strand of DNA that protect our chromosomes. Our guest today is Dr. Daryl Mysek is a holistic physician and leading anti-aging expert who has done extensive research on how our telomeres may hold the secret to changing how we age and extending our lifespan. Dr. Misak is a regular contributing writer for the Naturopathic Doctor News and Review and does regular radio interviews and lectures focused on a natural approach to good health.In this encore episode from July 2020, Dr. Misak shares more on this secret to longevity, the right supplements to take, and DNA testing to find out more about your own telomere length.
Heading into the warmer, summer months can bring up a lot of feelings when our kids & teens.Heading into the warmer, summer months can bring up a lot of feelings when our kids & teens think about wearing shorts, T-shirts, and bathing suits.Eating disorders and body dysmorphia occur all year long, but wearing fewer clothes in the summer heat can trigger a lot of emotions. So today we are focusing on eating disorders: signs and symptoms, mental illness, and treatments, and how to talk about bodies & weight with our children.Joining us today for this conversation is Dr. Nicole Cifra. She is a third-year pediatric fellow at the University of Rochester Medical Center and currently serves on the Medical Care Standards Committee of the Academy for Eating Disorders.
The global epidemic of diabetes and prediabetes afflicts more than 1 billion people.The global epidemic of diabetes and prediabetes afflicts more than 1 billion people. Sadly, more than 50% of people with diabetes do not achieve their desired glucose control. Moreover, less than 25% achieve their blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose goals.In his book, Conquer Your Diabetes: Prevention, Control, Remission, Dr. Martin Abrahamson and his co-author Sanjiv Chopra, MD put all the pieces of the diabetes puzzle together, including a concise history of the disease, underlying types and causes, prediabetes, obesity, weight loss, pregnancy, mental health, type 2 diabetes prevention and remission, and latest treatments.Dr. Abrahamson joins us today to tell us more about his book & his diabetes research. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a previous Chief Medical Officer at Joslin Diabetes Center. He lectures globally on diabetes and has spearheaded educational initiatives on diabetes for physicians around the world.
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. Overdose deaths in teens are on the rise due to fentanyl Blue light exposure yields impairment in metabolic function for over a week If you have diabetes, get checked for alcoholic fatty liver disease Spinal cord repair & regeneration Live younger longer by doing these 5 healthy things PLUS so much more...
So many aspects of our health are influenced by the vast array of microscopic organisms living within us known collectively as the microbiome.So many aspects of our health are influenced by the vast array of microscopic organisms living within us known collectively as the microbiome. These trillions of cells in our gut help to control everything from our immunity nervous system and hormones.Our gut regulates our brain health, how we age, how we think sleep, and even how much we weigh. Returning guest Dr. William Davis is here today to discuss his new book Super Gut, and to share how we can reboot our digestive system and maintain long-term health and wellbeing. It's not a bird. It's not a plane. It's Super Gut!Dr. Davis is a preventative cardiologist and author of several books, which include multiple New York Times bestsellers. His latest book is Super Gut: A Four-Week Plan to Reprogram Your Microbiome, Restore Health, and Lose Weight. Listen as Dr. Davis shares with us how to find the right gluten-free and fermented foods in the store, his thoughts on intermittent fasting, and the problems with overthinking our diets.
You can be a cool parent by knowing what to do if your child wants a tattoo or piercing.Tattoos and body piercing are gaining popularity as a form of personal expression. The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommendations for your child’s safety with these body modifications.Basic Guidelines:- Know that each state has a set of rules and regulations for minimum age. Proper identification is needed and so is parental accompaniment in some cases.- Look for a clean and sanitary establishment.- Watch someone else undergo a tattoo or piercing at your chosen establishment.- Meticulous guidelines for care of the wound is important.- It’s expensive to get a laser tattoo removal and it isn’t covered by insurance. Consider long and hard before getting a tattoo. A temporary or henna tattoo is a smart first step.- No tattoo artist or piercer will do a procedure on someone under the influence.- Make sure tetanus, hepatitis and other immunizations are up to date.- If the procedure site is red, hurts more than the initial needling, red streaking above or below, pus or fever, contact your doctor immediately.Speak with your child’s pediatrician if he is considering a body modification. She can share risks and complications if your child is passionate about getting a tattoo or piercing.Listen as Dr. Cora Breuner joins Melanie Cole, MS, in this encore episode from 2018 to share how to make sure your child is safe when getting a body modification.
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. What is non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Why do COVID-19 infections set off massive inflammation A Mediterranean diet prevents brain atrophy in MS patients Half of Americans now may die with a diagnosis of dementia Inadequate sleep is tied to abdominal fat PLUS so much more...
Consumers now want to test for everything and be more sensitive to what ingredients are in their food and dietary supplements.Consumers now want to test for everything and be more sensitive to what ingredients are in their food and dietary supplements.Sandra Lee is an analytical testing expert and CEO of NJ Labs, a nationally recognized provider and advocate for quality in chemistry and microbiology testing that serves the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, dietary supplement, cosmetic, cannabis/CBD, dairy, and food industries.She says that although COVID has brought more attention to the importance of rapid at-home tests, there are other types of health testing consumers should get familiar with in 2022. One important test kit to have on hand is a tick test, especially during tick season (April-October). Lyme disease is a year-long problem, but most people are infected during the height of tick season. Lyme disease symptoms can easily be confused with COVID symptoms, and if not treated right away can result in lifelong health issues including chronic fatigue, joint pain and weakness, arthritis, and a compromised immune system.Sandra tells us more about these trends, the FDA's stance, and NJ Labs' tick collection kit.
Between Coronavirus and the political landscape right now, leaving it all to live a remote life in the mountains sounds pretty good right now, doesn't it?Between Coronavirus and the political landscape right now, leaving it all to live a remote life in the mountains sounds pretty good right now, doesn't it?Well, that's what Gary Collins did almost a decade ago. With a background in the military, Gary now lives off-the-grid part of the year in a remote area of NE Washington State and spends the rest of the year exploring in his travel trailer with his trusty black lab Barney.In this encore episode from August 2020, Gary talks about how he ended up living this life, what he's learned off the grid and how you can build a remote life for yourself if you choose. He also covers how you can simplify and uncluttered your current life. Find out more about Gary and his life off the grid at www.thesimplelifenow.com.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.What are we looking for, and some real workable advice on why your baby might be crying, and how to calm them down with Dr. Shalon Nienow. Dr. Shalon Nienow is division director of Child Abuse Pediatrics at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego, interim medical director at the Chadwick Center for Children and Families, assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, and clinical director of Child Abuse Pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine.As a child abuse pediatrician, Dr. Nienow provides medical evaluations for children who are alleged victims of all forms of child abuse/neglect. She frequently serves as an expert witness in civil and criminal legal proceedings related to all aspects of child maltreatment.