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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.
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 Is Stress Keeping You Awake? Plus! Dr. Perry's Flap of the Week What's Dr. Perry all fired up about this week? Tune in to find out.
Join award-winning director, Benjamin Gilmour, on a heart-stopping, white-knuckle ride through the experiences of an ambulance medic.Benjamin Gilmour is an Australian paramedic, author and award-winning director who has worked for fifteen years with ambulance services in America, England, Iceland, Macedonia, Mexico, Thailand and beyond. In his book, Paramedico: Around the World By Ambulance (soon to be released as a full-length documentary film), Gilmour takes you on a heart-stopping, white-knuckle ride through the experiences of an ambulance medic, and lets you glimpse the most personal moments and crises of people in the midst of real-life medical emergencies. Gilmour shares both the heartbreak and hilarity of his profession, and sheds light on both the fragility and value of human life. Bonus! RealAge Tip Why You Need a Vacation
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 Australian paramedic, author and award-winning director Benjamin Gilmour. Bonus! RealAge Tip Why You Need a Vacation
Niacin, the B3 vitamin, is one of your greatest weapons against heart disease.Niacin is one of the best kept secrets in the field of medicine. Why? Because higher doses of niacin have been shown to maintain blood lipids better than conventional drugs and even help prevent heart attacks. Dr. Mike explains why niacin is just about one of the best supplements you can take for your heart.
Longboard “skating” therapy is a solution-focused approach to helping people overcome difficult life challenges.In 2012, Isaac Farin developed the concept of "longboard therapy" in which he utilizes the sport of longboard skating with some of his clients. Longboard Therapy articles and interviews have been published for Concrete Wave, the Miami Herald, AXS skate magazine, local NPR, and the local Miami Channel 7 News. He joins Dr. Mike to discuss this unique “solution-focused” approach to overcoming difficult life challenges.
High intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) and cryotherapy are exciting new treatment options for prostate cancer.Because of new treatment methods available today, the one-size-fits-all radical intervention approach is no longer necessary in 85% of men with prostate cancer. Dr. Jay Cohen joins Dr. Mike to discuss two new treatments: high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) and cryotherapy. Both treatments offer high success rates with minimal downtime and fewer side effects.
Doctors who rely solely on PSA testing are initiating aggressive prostate cancer treatments just to be safe. But it is often unnecessary.Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Because it can be deadly, doctors routinely over-treat it, recommending a “blind” biopsy followed by surgery and radiation therapy. This aggressive approach is done “just to be safe.” But is it necessary? In most cases the answer is an emphatic NO. New diagnostic tests can help doctors target men who really have prostate cancer and need treatment, rather than relying solely on PSA testing. Special guest, Dr. Jay Cohen, joins Dr. Mike to discuss these new diagnostic tests, as well as provide information to protect you or your loved one from suffering through unnecessary treatments.
The DASH diet can lower systolic pressure by as much as 11 points. So why aren’t more people with high blood pressure following it?Do you or someone you love have high blood pressure or take blood pressure medication? High blood pressure is a silent epidemic that threatens the lives of one in every three American adults. For those who take blood pressure medications, actual control rates vary between less than half to only two-thirds. And the effects are even worse in the elderly. This means that the majority of those diagnosed with hypertension spend most of their day with blood pressure levels that are dangerously elevated. You may be at risk. It’s time to revive a dietary approach to stopping hypertension: the DASH Diet. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. In this segment of Healthy Talk, Dr. Mike explains the DASH Diet, why you should consider it, and how it may just save your life.
Cathy Margolin, author and Doctor of Oriental Medicine, shares her best weight loss tips... the Asian way.While raising two children and coping with her parents' health challenges, Cathy Margolin became frustrated with Western medicine's lack of preventative care. She turned to Alternative and Complementary Medicine therapies such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, healthy foods and nutrition. One particular area that Margolin is interested in, in regards to preventative care, is obesity. Obesity is rampant in the USA, with about one-third of adults affected. Obviously, this is a problem. The health risks of obesity run the gamut from diabetes to heart problems. Alternately, in the Asian nations of Japan, Korea and China, obesity rates are among lowest in the world and dramatically less than in the U.S. Margolin is an expert on the Asian Diet, which is similar but healthier than the Mediterranean Diet and superior to the Western Diet that has caused such high obesity levels. In this segment, she joins Dr. Friedman to discuss sensible, practical tips for a healthy diet... the Asian way. Don't miss this eye-opening interview.
Is menopause getting the best of you? It doesn't have to. Learn to ease your menopause symptoms naturally and effectively.Is menopause getting the best of you? It doesn't have to. In this segment, author and herbal medicine expert, Cathy Margolin, joins To Your Good Health Radio to talk about menopause relief without drugs – based on time-tested herbal approaches recently supported by major studies. With the graying of Americans, millions more women are dealing with menopause and seeking information about means to reduce symptoms naturally, without pharmaceutical side effects. A new study shows that perimenopausal women using herbal products experienced a sharp decline in hot flashes and other symptoms. If you're a woman living with menopause, this interview is not to be missed. You can also read Margolin's article in the Huffington Post, "Managing Menopause Symptoms With Alternative Medicine."
Vegan or not, if you love the taste of sweets you'll also love Kim Barnouin's newest book, Skinny Bitch Bakery.Whether you're vegan or not, if you love the taste of sweets you'll also love the newest book in the Skinny Bitch series by Kim Barnouin, Skinny Bitch Bakery. This book covers pies, bread, cookies, and more with 80 new recipes alongside full-color photos that will certainly peak the interest of your palate. On To Your Good Health Radio Show, Kim is giving a first look and secret peek inside her new book, set to start flying off the shelves on September 24 of this year. Don't miss this no-nonsense way of baking from the tell-it-like-it-is voice of New York Times bestseller, Kim Barnouin.
Our two powerhouse nutritionists cover the latest health and wellness headlines in order to help YOU live better.In this segment of Chew On This, our two powerhouse nutritionists cover the latest health and wellness headlines, and either edify them or expose them as media propaganda. And who better to join Dr. Friedman to hash it out than Kim Barnouin, author of the New York Times bestselling Skinny Bitch series of books. Join them both in this revealing and eye-opening interview.
School mornings can be very hectic for parents. But if your kids miss breakfast, it could mean a bad start to their day.With the school year ramping up, mornings can become extremely hectic for parents. But if your kids are skipping (or missing out on) breakfast, it could mean a bad start to their day. In this segment of Healthy Children, Melanie Cole, MS, and Dr. Corinn Cross, MD, help you get your children off to a great start to their school day with hassle-free, healthy breakfasts. Give your child the gift of energy to think clearly while still having energy to burn.
Being the new kid at school can be scary. Learn how you can help your child adjust to his or her new surroundings.Have you just recently moved? Is your child getting ready to start at a new school? Whether it's kindergarten or senior high, being the new kid can be difficult for children to deal with. Making new friends may seem impossible, and feeling out of place can be the norm. Fortunately, there are things you can do as a parent to help your child adjust to a new environment. Join special guest, Dr Corinn Cross, MD, as she shares ways to make your child feel more at home in his or her new surroundings.
Ensure your child heads off to school with the best possible foundation.It's that time of year again... your kids are headed back to school. It should come as no surprise that success — or failure — at school starts at home. Studies have linked poor academic performance to factors such as a lack of sleep, poor nutrition, obesity, and a lack of parental support. How can you ensure your child heads off to school this fall with the best possible foundation? Melanie Cole, MS, and Dr. Corrin Cross, MD, share some valuable information from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). With these tips in mind, you can get the first days of school off to a great start and make the school year an enjoyable experience for the whole family. This year you can watch your child thrive!