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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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 Children, Reading and The Pandemic | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Teaching our kids to enjoy reading can be difficult, but while we're spending more time at home with our families, now might be the perfect time to try and instill a passion for reading in our young ones.Teaching our kids to enjoy reading can be difficult, but while we're spending more time at home with our families, now might be the perfect time to try and instill a passion for reading in our young ones. Joining us to talk about reading is Dr. Dipesh Navsaria, he is a pediatrician and spokesperson for AAP, as well as an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He talks about sharing that love of reading with our children and our family, how to find books your little ones will enjoy, and separating reading for school and reading for pleasure.

 EP 1,016B - Cancer and Its Treatment May Accelerate the Aging Process | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

A new study examines the effects of cancer and its treatment on the aging process. A new study examines the effects of cancer and its treatment on the aging process. Investigators found that the expression of a gene associated with aging is higher in young patients with cancer after treatment with chemotherapy and in young cancer survivors who are frail. The findings were published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society (ACS). Using the expression of the gene that codes for p16INK4a as a marker of age, Andrew Smitherman, MD, MSc, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and his colleagues examined immune cells circulating in the blood of young adult survivors of childhood cancers and of children and adolescents newly diagnosed with cancer. Dr. Smitherman joins Dr. Roizen today to talk about this research and what it means to young cancer patients. 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 1,016 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. The Pesco-Mediterranean Diet  The fewer tattoos the better if you're an athlete The potential downside to intermittent fasting  Dancing more helps older adults from falling  Using marijuana to ease menopause symptoms Early bedtime better for those with Type-2 diabetes Americans are still drinking much more during the pandemic 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  

 Mapping Your Genes with StrateGene | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

We've all heard the saying that our genes determine our destiny. The idea that if a chronic disease runs in our family, we're probably going to get it ourselves. But today's guest says that's actually not the case. We've all heard the saying that our genes determine our destiny. The idea that if a chronic disease runs in our family, we're probably going to get it ourselves. But today's guest says that's actually not the case. Dr. Ben Lynch is the author of Dirty Genes and says we are not prisoners of our DNA, and that we all have the potential for radical healing.  Listen as Dr. Lynch shares topics on nutritional misinformation, diets for cellular health, the power of sweat, pervasive fatigue, and his company StrateGene. Find out more about genetic testing with StrateGene here.

 Digital Advertising and AAP’s Call For Regulations | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

We have never been more dependent on technology than during this pandemic. Between video calls for fun, for work, and many kids going to school virtually, we are on the internet and on screens almost all of the time.We have never been more dependent on technology than during this pandemic. Between video calls for fun, for work, and many kids going to school virtually, we are on the internet and on screens almost all of the time.  As kids become more adapt to technology, the AAP is calling for more regulation when it comes to digital advertising and our children.   Dr. Yolanda "Linda" Reid Chassiakos is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, and the Director and Medical Chief of Staff at the Klotz Student Health Center, at California State University Northridge. She tells us about the changing landscape of marketing to children online and teaching digital literacy.

 EP 1,015B - New Reporting Standards for Type B Aortic Dissections from Society for Vascular Surgery | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) and Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) has released new reporting standards to ensure patients with Type B aortic dissections (TBAD) receive appropriate treatment and care. The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) and Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) has released new reporting standards to ensure patients with Type B aortic dissections (TBAD) receive appropriate treatment and care. The care of patients with Type B dissections has evolved over time and now includes medical, surgical, and endovascular therapies, often in a multidisciplinary environment, and performed by several specialties, including vascular surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, interventional radiology, and cardiology. However, TBAD remains a life-threatening problem whose treatment has been confused by differences in nomenclature and terminology. This combined effort by the SVS and STS provides a unified consensus on reporting, nomenclature, and classification of TBAD and was led by Dr. Joseph Lombardi of SVS and Dr. Chad Hughes of STS. Dr. Joseph Lombardi joins us today to tell us all about these new standards, and vascular surgery procedures.  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 1,015 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. A healthy sex life boosts your longterm survival for heart attack victims 7 benefits other than weight loss Americans are cutting back on sugary drinks 6 tips to tailgate healthy this season New research shows many children with mental health conditions don't get follow-up care Belly fat is linked to early death 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  

 COVID-19 Curiosities + Heart Health | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Dr. Stephen Sinatra, MD, is one of the most highly respected and sought-after cardiologists whose integrative approach to treating cardiovascular disease, for the past four decades, has revitalized patients with even the most advanced forms of illness.Dr. Stephen Sinatra, MD, is one of the most highly respected and sought-after cardiologists whose integrative approach to treating cardiovascular disease, for the past four decades, has revitalized patients with even the most advanced forms of illness. Dr. Sinatra has co-authored and published a paper on personalized nutrition for a COVID-19 Era with the American Nutrition Association and will discuss the connection between the heart, lungs, and COVID-19, as well as precautions and preventive measures to take for people with preexisting heart conditions. He will discuss with us today a range of topics, including how the coronavirus is a concern to our heart health, his thoughts on masks, minimizing sugar intake, and the future of telehealth.  Find out more about Dr. Sinatra at https://www.drsinatra.com/

 Colleges & Universities In The Time of COVID | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Today's episode is a bit personal for our host Melanie, as she kept her son home this semester instead of sending him back to college. He is miserable, but she thinks she made the best decision!Today's episode is a bit personal for our host Melanie, as she kept her son home this semester instead of sending him back to college. He is miserable, but she thinks she made the best decision!  Well, we're going to talk all about colleges in the time of COVID with Dr. Yolanda “Linda” Reid Chassiakos, the Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, and the Director and Medical Chief of Staff at the Klotz Student Health Center, at California State University Northridge. She discusses with Melanie what we've seen so far with colleges reopening and reclosing again, how peer pressure can be used in a positive way, and how to move forward with a college-age child.

 What Will Happen To Halloween During COVID? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Halloween is just a week away now, have you finalized your plans for this year? Halloween 2020 will be one to remember with the COVID-19 still raging on.Halloween is just a week away now, have you finalized your plans for this year? Halloween 2020 will be one to remember with the COVID-19 still raging on.  So how will Halloween change this year, is trick or treating safe? Can we still have costume parties? What should you do if you are hitting the streets Halloween night? We are joined once again today by Dr. Shelly Vaziri Flais - she is a practicing pediatrician, mom of 4, AAP author, and Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. And she will be giving us some tips to navigate this year's spooky season. 

 EP 1,014B - Wearables for People with Diabetes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

If you or someone you know has diabetes, you know your blood sugar levels tend to change throughout the day. Even when you monitor your glucose often enough, you are getting only a small portion of the whole picture. If you or someone you know has diabetes, you know your blood sugar levels tend to change throughout the day. Even when you monitor your glucose often enough, you are getting only a small portion of the whole picture. Fortunately, a technological advancement known as continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) is now changing that. Dr. Marwan Hamaty an endocrinologist at the Cleveland Clinic with a specialty in diabetes, having practiced since 1998. And he joins us today to talk about the benefits of wearable devices for those with diabetes, different types and calibrations, and managing your glucose levels. 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 1,014 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. Turmeric may ease knee arthritis pain Why avocados are healthy Flaxseed: little seed big benefits Smoking ups your risk for brain bleeds Parkinson's ups the risk for dangerous falls Why blueberries and coffee are so good for you 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  

 If You're Gluten Free, You May Not Have to Be | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Although eliminating wheat and dairy from your diet may help ease your symptoms, it is a temporary solution.In his book, Eat Wheat, Dr. John Douillard, a former NBA nutrition expert and creator of LifeSpa.com, addresses the underlying cause of the gluten-free epidemic.Dr. Douillard explains that after 3.4 million years of eating wheat and only 500,000 years of hunting meat, humans are actually genetically better equipped to eat wheat than meat.He also discusses how a breakdown in digestion has damaged the intestinal wall and leaked undigested foods and environmental toxins into the body’s lymphatic system, causing “grain brain” symptoms and food allergies.Although eliminating wheat and dairy from your diet may help your symptoms, it is a temporary solution. Eat Wheat addresses the root cause: the inability to digest well and break down harmful pollutants and toxins that can lead to more serious health concerns.Listen as Dr. Douillard joins Dr. Friedman to share his research and why you might be able to add wheat back into your diet.

 Digital Media and Virtual Schooling | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

It is an especially difficult time to be a parent, with all of the different forms of schooling going on during the pandemic. Whether you're homeschooling, helping with virtual lessons, or sending your kid to physical classrooms, learning is not what it used to be.It is an especially difficult time to be a parent, with all of the different forms of schooling going on during the pandemic. Whether you're homeschooling, helping with virtual lessons, or sending your kid to physical classrooms, learning is not what it used to be. Helping us navigate through all of these options today is Dr. Dipesh Navsaria, he is a pediatrician and spokesperson for AAP, as well as an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He tells Melanie how to best help your child with this challenging start to the school year, how to keep your kids from doing school in bed, and a reminder that teachers are learning to deal with all of this as well.

 EP 1,013B - All About Immunotherapy: What You Need to Know About This Powerful Cancer Treatment | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In a perfect world, our immune system would work seamlessly—able to sense and recognize infectious organisms and foreign invaders (called antigens) and fight off disease with powerful and protective antibodies. But sometimes, it malfunctions. In a perfect world, our immune system would work seamlessly—able to sense and recognize infectious organisms and foreign invaders (called antigens) and fight off disease with powerful and protective antibodies. But sometimes, it malfunctions. We've heard a lot about the immune system especially lately with talk of COVID-19 and possible vaccines.  So today we're talking about what immunotherapy is, the latest advances in the field, and how it is so powerful in the fight against cancer with Dr. Dale Shepard, a Medical Oncologist at The Cleveland Clinic. 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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