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Summary: RadioMD’s “talking” Health A-Z Interviews with experts in the world of health, including world-renowned physicians, authors and celebrities in every area of health, wellness, fitness and medicine. Learn the best ways to stay fit, stay healthy and stay well.

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 The Ketogenic Key | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Are you interested in the health benefits of being in ketosis but confused by all the ketogenic diet plans and products on the market? Are you curious about how intermittent fasting works? If so, this episode is for you.Are you interested in the health benefits of being in ketosis but confused by all the ketogenic diet plans and products on the market? Are you curious about how intermittent fasting works? If so, this episode is for you. Dr. Lori Shemek is back on the show for her fourth time to talk about her latest book The Ketogenic Key: Unlock the Secrets to Lose Weight, Slow Aging, Stop Inflammation, and Prevent Disease! This is one of the simplest guides to following a keto diet ever published!  Dr. Shemek is a leading fat cell researcher, health and weight loss expert, keynote speaker, and award-winning author. She talks with Dr. Friedman on this episode about dirty and clean keto diets, the relationship between keto & intermittent fasting, how to improve your memory, shed those unwanted pounds, and increase your lifespan!  She also debunks a lot of common stereotypes of a keto diet (it's not all meat). Find out more about Dr. Lori Shemek at LoriShemek.com.

 How To Get Kids To Wear Masks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

These times are unprecedented, people have been saying that for months now. But as the pandemic continues into those last half of 2020, one thing is for certain: masks arent going anywhere anytime soon. So how can we convince our young ones to keep them on, whether we're heading to the store or heading back to school?  These times are unprecedented, people have been saying that for months now. But as the pandemic continues into those last half of 2020, one thing is for certain: masks arent going anywhere anytime soon. So how can we convince our young ones to keep them on, whether we're heading to the store or heading back to school?  Dr. Jennifer Shu is a board-certified pediatrician and a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics She is back on the show to talk about the most difficult ages to get the masks on, teens who don't take mask-wearing seriously, and tips to get them on ( and staying on) your child's face.

 EP 1,009 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.In this episode, Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know. 5 ways to lower your cancer risk while grilling How to beat insomnia when you have chronic pain 7 foods that are high in magnesium How to help rather than help if you think you have a concussion Preventing digestion issues as you age Moms obesity will affect fetal brain development PLUS so much more...   Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor  

 EP 1,009B - What You Need To Know About Strokes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

No one is ever prepared for a stroke. It just happens, and when it does, the results can be life-altering. From difficulties with communication to weakness, numbness, and cognitive difficulties, a stroke can have a wide range of consequences. No one is ever prepared for a stroke. It just happens, and when it does, the results can be life-altering. From difficulties with communication to weakness, numbness, and cognitive difficulties, a stroke can have a wide range of consequences. For most people affected by a stroke, a flood of questions come afterward: How did this happen? What do we do next? What are our options? How long will recovery take? Am I at risk for another stroke?  To answer these questions and so many others, stroke specialist Dr. Amytis Towfighi joins us this episode. She is an associate professor of neurology at the James and Dorothy Williams Stroke Scholar at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor   Bonus How Your Diet Affects Your Risk for Cancer

 Optimizing Your Genetic Potential | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Everyone dreams of a one-stop-shop when it comes to their health needs and questions. Well, Dr. David Minkoff is the human form of that!  Everyone dreams of a one-stop-shop when it comes to their health needs and questions. Well, Dr. David Minkoff is the human form of that!  He is a leading physician, best selling author & athlete - just completing his 43rd full Ironman at 71 years young.  Dr. Minkoff is an encyclopedia of knowledge, and he is back on the show to talk about a wide range of topics this episode, including the misconceptions around protein, how your lifestyle outweighs your genes, good sleep hygiene, and staying active during the pandemic to beat gaining weight (or the "COVID 15.") Find out more about Dr. Minkoff and his company and supplements at BodyHealth.

 Finding Childcare During The COVID-19 Pandemic | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Childcare has always been an issue in this country for working parents and has only become more urgent and difficult to find in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.Childcare has always been an issue in this country for working parents and has only become more urgent and difficult to find in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Between licensing, cost, and just finding a place with available slots - it can be hard to access good, reliable childcare, especially when schools may not be open in your area.  Dr. Danette Glassy is a Pediatrician in practice at Mercer Island Pediatrics and joins us today to talk about all things childcare, especially as we head into fall with the pandemic still raging on around us. She's here to tell us about how to find the safest childcare, what to look for in a facility and how staff can keep their care centers and kids as safe and clean as possible at this time.

 EP 1,008 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.In this episode, Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know. How to stop overeating on weekends The benefits of talking to strangers More education slows the start of early-onset Alzheimer's Vaping or smoking is not healthy for you Obesity in adults - keep a BMI under 30 Why you shouldn't smoke before surgery  PLUS so much more...   Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor  

 EP 1,008B - Mechanisms That Make Skin A Protective Barrier | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

A Mount Sinai research team has identified one of the mechanisms that establish the skin as a protective barrier, a breakthrough that is critical to understanding and treating common skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis. A Mount Sinai research team has identified one of the mechanisms that establish the skin as a protective barrier, a breakthrough that is critical to understanding and treating common skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis. One of the most important roles of the skin is to act as a barrier that prevents water loss and protects the skin from pathogens. Failure of this protective function contributes to dermatological diseases. The research team led by Sarah E. Millar, Ph.D., Director of the Black Family Stem Cell Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, found that the scaffolding protein,  histone deacetylase 3 (HDAC3), is essential for proper skin development and barrier formation. Dr. Millar joins Dr. Roizen to talk about her team's findings and what they mean for those suffering from some skin conditions.  Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor   Bonus How Your Diet Affects Your Risk for Cancer

 How to Eliminate Stress and Get More Energy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Stress and a lack of energy are two of the most common complaints heard by physicians. Stress and a lack of energy are two of the most common complaints heard by physicians. This can range from difficulty sleeping,  low performance, and focus at work, fatigue, lack of motivation, and even depression. Many people turn to comfort foods, energy drinks, coffee, or sugar-loaded candy to give them a needed boost. Unfortunately, their energy effects are just temporary and often followed by a crash. In this segment, Dr. Friedman explains why so many people are fatigued and stressed and he offers simple solutions to achieving sustained, healthy energy!  If you want to stop your yawning and unleash your inner energizer bunny, you need to hear this podcast!  Here are a few things you’ll learn: ·      A quick solution that eliminates 80% of your stress. ·      Natural Alternatives to achieving sustained, healthy energy. ·      Foods that fuel stress and cause fatigue.  ·      A healthy snack that improves mental focus in less than 45 minutes! ·      Secrets to attaining deep restorative sleep. ·      Is coffee healthy or should you avoid it? ·      How to get off the hamster wheel and break free from the shackles of your daily routine.     ….. This and much more! 

 How To Talk To Teens About Taking Responsibility For Their Health | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

As our children grow into teens (and eventually adults), there comes a time where we need to sit them down to talk about handling and advocating for their own health.  As our children grow into teens (and eventually adults), there comes a time where we need to sit them down to talk about handling and advocating for their own health. Whether its nutrition, a chronic health problem, or personal hygiene, sometimes kids as early as 11 or 12 are ready to take on these activities.  While the timing comes down to your child and their maturity level, there are a general set of tips that can help any parent whenever its time to pass that responsibility along. Dr. Elizabeth Alderman is a nationally recognized specialist in adolescent medicine and the chair of the AAP Committee on Adolescence. She joins Melanie Cole to talk about when to let children go to the doctor alone, how to push kids to keep them active during quarantine, and utilizing teachable moments.

 EP 1,007B - Unique Cells Found in Lung Cancer Patients May Predict Survival | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. and most who are diagnosed with lung cancer do not survive five years. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. and most who are diagnosed with lung cancer do not survive five years.  In some cases, surgery can remove the primary tumor, but investigators from the University of Missouri School of Medicine and MU Health Care have identified a type of cell fusion between cancer cells and white blood cells called a tumor-macrophage fusion (TMF) where the size and number of the TMF cells may predict survival. Dr. Jussuf Kaifi is an assistant professor of surgery at the MU School of Medicine and MU Health Care. He and his team of researchers studied non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)  patients over three years and compared them to chronic, long-term smokers without lung cancer and healthy non-smokers without any known cancer.  He joins Dr. Roizen this episode to talk about this research and its findings. Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor   Bonus How Your Diet Affects Your Risk for Cancer

 EP 1,007 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.In this episode, Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know. Eating with the sun, yes its a thing!  Should you go to the dentist during COVID? More Americans are turning to artificial sweeteners Flu shots reduce Alzheimer's by more than 50% Is your blood sugar undermining your workouts? 10 risk factors might help prevent Alzheimer's  PLUS so much more...   Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor  

 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. 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.

 Hot Car Deaths: How Are They Still Happening? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

We've heard about it every summer for years, but somehow it still happens, kids dying in hot cars.We've heard about it every summer for years, but somehow it still happens, kids dying in hot cars. On average 40 kids die in hot cars every year, with most incidents happening towards the end of a typical work week. Dr. Benjamin Hoffman is a pediatrician and expert on child safety,  and sits down with Melanie Cole to discuss how fast cars can get too hot, how long it takes for kids to be affected by heat, staying hydrated, and the importance of parents keeping to their routines. And when it comes to kids in hot cars, if you see something, say something.

 EP 1,006B - Sound Sensitivity & Misophonia | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Have you ever felt that certain sounds drive you crazy? Eating, breathing, chewing? Well, there's actually a term for that: misophonia!  Misophonia is really quite common – perhaps affecting approximately 15% of adults (or 1 in 6.5 adults). Dr. Philip Gander joins Dr. Roizen to talk about our emotional responses to sounds, why certain sounds are commonly unbearable to many people, and how to handle any sounds that may trigger you.  Want better health and nutrition? Now you can get personalized supplement recommendations and custom vitamin packs delivered to your door! Go to PersonaNutrition.com/Roizen and take your free assessment and get 50% off your order today. - sponsor   Bonus How Your Diet Affects Your Risk for Cancer

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