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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.
Will facial exercises keep you wrinkle-free? Find out if this and other common beauty myths are fact or fiction.You often hear old wives tales or beauty tricks - some passed down from generation to generation. But are these myths fact or fiction? Do facial exercises keep you wrinkle-free? Will a base tan help you when going into the sun? Are organic products always safer than regular beauty products? Beauty expert, David Pollock, will put some of these common beauty myths to the test and discuss whether there is any truth to them, as well as share his suggestions on what actually works.
Celebrity beauty expert, Kerry Malouf, shares a healthy approach to your beauty routine.Here on Beauty Inside Out, we often talk about all the harmful, cancer-causing chemicals that can be found in some of your favorite beauty products. But in this segment, David’s guest, Kerry Malouf, turns those tables. Malouf is an acclaimed makeup artist for major celebrities and film crews and is well-known for her organic, green, cruelty-free approach to beauty. So, throw away those products that are not good for you and discover a healthier approach to creating true beauty inside and out.
Congratulations on your bypass surgery... now, how about a burger and fries? Should hospitals serve healthy food?Congratulations on your bypass surgery... now, how about a burger and fries? Sorry, we mean a leafy green salad with berries and a little salmon. Should hospitals serve healthier food? Should they lead by example, or give the public what it demands? This is the question being raised by hospitals around the world. But should this even be a discussion? Everything we know about nutrition points to healthy eating as the path to wellness. So why wouldn't a hospital want that for its patients?
Do your children get to school by walking or riding bikes? Or do you drive them yourself? Depending on which they choose, it could affect which college they attend.Do your children get to school by walking? Do they ride their bikes? Or, do you drive them yourself? It's an important question to ask, because depending on which option they choose, it could affect which college they attend. Researchers looked into kids who walked to school versus those who were driven and discovered something shocking. Learn why you may want to rethink your child's journey to school.
Has temptation gotten the best of you? Learn the best approach to correcting those unwanted habits such as smoking and poor food choices.Have you ever had the following conversation with yourself? "I am not going to touch that cookie. OK, I am going to touch that cookie - maybe even smell it - but not eat it. Or... a little bite won't matter. Oh my, that little bite was almost half the cookie. Might as well eat the whole thing now. After all it shouldn't go to waste. But this will be my only one of the day. Wait, does that one have a Macadamia nut in it?" In this corner standing tall is temptation, and in the other corner typically standing small is willpower. Who will win? Learn the best approach (according to science) to correcting those unwanted habits such as smoking and poor food choices.
Why do you keep losing and gaining, and losing and gaining fat? Could it be you aren't building muscle to replace the fat?Why do you keep losing and gaining, and losing and gaining fat? Could it be you aren't building muscle to replace the fat? You spend hours in the gym to burn, burn, burn the fat. But what else do you need to do when losing weight and getting fit? And, what is the key to keeping it off? Research shows that weight loss may have more to do with muscle than fat. Find out the key to not only losing weight, but also keeping it off.
Many people think that the world's population is too large and that nature will create a correction in the form of disease. But is there science to support this theory?Many people think that the world's population is too large and that nature will create a correction in the form of disease. But is there science to support it? The question comes up in religious circles, financial institutions, and the World Health Organization (WHO) all the time. So, could there be a mass epidemic on the horizon which may potentially kill off millions of people? Are the "doomsday preppers" on to something?
There's a new drug that effectively treats autoimmune diseases such as MS, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and Crohn's.There's a new "miracle drug" that effectively treats autoimmune diseases including multiple sclerosis (MS), lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and Crohn's. The FDA-approved, well-studied drug, naltrexone, is used for addiction treatment in dosages of 50 mg and up. In a tiny dosage, only 3 to 4.5 mg, Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been found to relieve the symptoms and stop the progression of many autoimmune diseases - long term, without side effects and for less than a dollar a day. How is LDN so effective for a variety of different autoimmune conditions, from MS to fibromyalgia? According to the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, 1 in 5 Americans has some type of autoimmune disease. The cost of treating these common autoimmune diseases has exploded to more than $100 billion a year. Award-winning health author and blogger, Julia Schopick, shares case studies on LDN, research findings and valuable information about this lifesaving miracle drug.
This type of testing can be the difference between effective disease management and needless risk of sudden cardiac death.MIRISK and MIRISK VP are a new set of genetic blood tests that can help identify the major causes of transmitted diseases that affect the heart and vasculature (the system that delivers blood to the entire body). The MIRISK and MIRISK VP assessments identify individuals who are at risk of a cardiac event within the next five years. This type of testing can be the difference between effective disease management and needless risk of sudden cardiac death. Genetic testing can help determine a successful course of treatment for the patient, as well as identify any familial testing needs generated from a positive result. In many instances the first indication that an individual is affected is sudden cardiac death; hence testing is key to preventing a catastrophic event. This information can lead a patient to make successful lifestyle changes and pursue therapy to live a healthy and successful life, despite the disease. Dr. Doug Harrington, MD, has over 25 years of experience in the commercialization of healthcare technology and is the CEO of Aviir, a biotechnology company dedicated to the prevention of cardiovascular disease through innovative laboratory tests.
Regenerative medicine is revolutionizing health management, offering potential solutions for a myriad of diseases and conditions.Regenerative medicine is revolutionizing health management, offering potential solutions for a myriad of diseases and conditions. Regenerative medicine is the emerging process of replacing (regenerating) human cells, tissues or organs in order to restore and establish normal function with just a small piece of your own skin tissue. Regenerative medicine may become the most powerful tool to improve the human condition by finding ways to boost the body's innate ability to repair itself. You now have the opportunity to save your skin cells at a cell bank. A cell bank is a facility that stores stem cells of a specific genome for the purpose of future use in a product or medicinal needs. Cells are taken from a small sample of the skin and are then reset to the beginning state of the cell production. These skin cells are processed into stem cells that are frozen and then are stored for future use to repair damaged organs, rebuild tissue, and fight disease. Dr. André Choulika, is the founder of the company, Cellectis Group, and worked closely with Sceil in developing regenerative medicine. He discusses what this new development means for the future of medicine and the type of human conditions which could be treatable.
Recent research suggests that curcumin, the main compound in the spice turmeric, may be effective in fighting depression.Antidepressants come with significant side effects, such as nausea, weight gain and headaches. While some side effects go away after a few weeks, others persist and worsen to where it is serious enough to make you stop taking the medication. Finding the right medication can be a lengthy and costly process. What is ever more worrisome, is some studies raise questions about their effectiveness. A recently published clinical trial involving major depressive disorder (MDD) demonstrated that BCM-95 Curcumin had the same effectiveness of the prescription drug fluoxetine (the generic name for Prozac) but without negative side-effects. The trial was conducted from 20 volunteers who had been diagnosed with major depressive disorder. These volunteers either received BCM-95 Curcumin (500 mg capsules twice daily); fluoxetine (20 mg daily) or a combination of the two. The trial found that Curcumin worked as well as the prescription drug. This is the first human clinical evidence that curcumin (BCM-95 Curcumin) may be used as a therapy for patients with MDD. Curcumin is the main compound in the popular spice turmeric. Curcumin is both a potent anti-inflammatory agent and a powerful stimulator for neurogenesis. Ajay Goel, PhD, is Director of Epigenetics and Cancer Prevention at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX. He shares the clinical trial results, if you should be adding turmeric to your recipes, what supplement works best and if there are any side effects.
News of the week, toxic dangers, and plastic surgery secrets. You don't want to miss this!Straight talk from the docs! Dr. Mike and co-host Joe Galuski discuss more of the most prevalent health news you need to know from the past week. Plus, find out "What's Toxic & What's Not" from toxicologist and regular contributor, Gary Ginsberg. Plastic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Perry, joins Dr. Mike in the second half hour, and you won't want to miss what they have to say. More from RealAge Eat This Fish for Less Pain Plus! Dr. Perry's Flap of the Week What's Dr. Perry all fired up about this week? Tune in to find out.
Each year, malaria kills over a million people, despite the fact that it can be prevented with a mosquito net and treated for less than $1.50.Each year, malaria kills over 1 million people, despite the fact that it can be prevented with a mosquito net and treated for less than $1.50. But two entrepreneurs are solving this and other big health problems. Humanitarian Dr. Eric G. Bing, co-author of Pharmacy on a Bicycle: Innovative Solutions for Global Health and Poverty, joins Dr. Roizen in this segment. In this profoundly important book, Bing and co-author Dr. Marc J. Epstein lay out a solution: a new kind of bottom-up health care delivered at the source. They've seen their model work, and they provide example after example of the extraordinary results it has achieved in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Learn how their simple strategies are saving lives. Bonus! RealAge Tip Halt Headaches Naturally
Join Dr. Roizen and his expert guests for the latest health news, wellness advice and most up-to-date research from around the world.World-renowned physician, Dr. Michael Roizen, MD, continues to update your understanding of the meaning of health by providing an in-depth review of the most impactful health headlines. Joined by his co-host, Joe Galuski, they discuss the health news that matters most to you. The duo is later joined by humanitarian Dr. Eric G. Bing, co-author of Pharmacy on a Bicycle: Innovative Solutions for Global Health and Poverty. Bonus! RealAge Tip Halt Headaches Naturally
An anti-vaccination movement is now resulting in deadly diseases returning in record number.Vaccination, which is a shining triumph of public health, has kept deadly diseases like polio, diphtheria, small pox, Whopping cough, Rubella, and measles off the health radar. Those days are over, according to Dr. Paul Offit, MD, author of Do You Believe In Magic? According to Offit, these diseases are returning in record number. Popular belief in the debunked and fraudulent vaccine-autism connection has compelled otherwise rational Americans to stop vaccinating their children, with opt-out rates as high as 90% in some schools. Measles is making a comeback in Wales (UK) and Brooklyn, NY, with accompanying deaths... the legacy of anti-vaccination groups and deniers, led by celebrity advocates like former Playboy model co-host of The View, Jenny McCarthy.