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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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 EP 1081B - Strong Heart, Sharp Mind | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The gravest health threats to the nearly 109 million Americans over 50 are heart disease and Alzheimer’s.The gravest health threats to the nearly 109 million Americans over 50 are heart disease (the nation’s leading killer), and Alzheimer’s (the most feared affliction that affects millions of families.) In his new book Strong Heart, Sharp Mind, noted neurologist Dr. Marwan Sabbagh, reveals new hope for treating and preventing these dreaded conditions together.Strong Heart, Sharp Mind relies on the latest science to reveal a proven 6-step program to maximize and improve both heart and brain health. The program includes:· Incorporating exercise into daily activities· Transforming the American diet into a healthful way to eat· Building a healthy sleep regimen· Managing stress, anger, and anxiety· Creating opportunities for cognitive stimulation· Bolstering your social support system

 Food Pharmacology: Addressing Thyroid Disease | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

More than 35 million Americans currently suffer from Hashimoto’s—making it the country’s fastest-growing autoimmune disease."Food is one of the most powerful tools in your healing journey.” - Dr. Izabella WentzAs a young woman, Dr. Wentz was diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease, which affects the thyroid gland and causes the body to attack its own cells.She is not alone. More than 35 million Americans currently suffer from Hashimoto’s—making it the country’s fastest-growing autoimmune disease. Many individuals with or without a formal diagnosis suffer daily symptoms, including chronic cough, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, allergies, persistent pain, hair loss, brain fog, and forgetfulness.Unfortunately, many people do go undiagnosed (or misdiagnosed), compounding the symptoms and leading to the destruction of the thyroid gland.Dr. Wentz's book, Hashimoto’s Food Pharmacology, combines her revolutionary and proven approach to reversing thyroid symptoms with delicious, easy-to-use recipes that delight the taste buds while they heal the body.Listen as Dr. Wentz joins Dr. Friedman in this encore episode from April 2019 to discuss the damage Hashimoto's can do to one's body--and how you can use nutrition to mitigate the illness.

 Setting Goals In The New Year | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

January is always a time of New Years Resolutions, and resetting your goals and intentions.January is always a time of New Years Resolutions, and resetting your goals and intentions. This year is no diffferent, but COVID sure has thrown us some curveballs in health, lifestyle, and wellness.So today we're chatting with Dr. Lanre Falusi about action vs. avoidance goals, reward systems, and good resolutions for our kids, such as drinking more water, looking out for bullying, making new friends, and getting more sleep. Dr. Falusi is a primary care pediatrician at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC, and a spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics.Her work as a pediatrician for over 15 years has focused on ensuring that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. She and her husband are the parents of 3 energetic little girls. She is also the co-host -- along with another doctor- mom -- of a podcast called “Health and Home with the Hippocratic Hosts” about parenting, health, and finding balance in life.

 EP 1080B - The Unseen Body: A Doctor's Journey Through the Hidden Wonders of Human Anatomy | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Jonathan Reisman, M.D., is a doctor of internal medicine and pediatrics who has practiced medicine in the world’s most remote places.The Unseen Body is a journey through the human body and across the globe that weaves together medical stories about our insides with a unique perspective on life, culture, and the natural world.Jonathan Reisman, M.D., is a doctor of internal medicine and pediatrics who has practiced medicine in the world’s most remote places—in the Arctic and Antarctica, at high-altitude in Nepal, in Kolkata’s urban slums, and among the Oglala Sioux in South Dakota. He speaks Spanish and Russian and heads a non-profit to improve healthcare and education in India. Listen as he tells us about his travels, practicing in remote areas, and how that unique knowledge has helped his practice.

 EP 1,080 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

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.  KFC to serve up plant-based meals & chicken  An unhealthy heart may be the biggest threat to your brain  Dementia patients set to triple worldwide by 2050  Asthma may be caused by fat in your immune system  Could a new blood test predict pregnancy complications? A drug might ease sensory demands in autism  PLUS so much more...  

 Break the Chains of Dieting – Healthy Weight Loss Without Dieting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

73% of Americans are overweight or obese. We spend $71 billion annually on weight-loss products, programs, and gadgets, and another $35 billion on gym memberships.73% of Americans are overweight or obese. We spend $71 billion annually on weight-loss products, programs, and gadgets, and another $35 billion on gym memberships. In spite of all that time and money invested, the sad reality is 80% of those that lose weight will gain it all back within a year.David Medansky knows this struggle all too well. He was told by his doctor if he didn't lose weight, he had a 95% chance of having a heart attack.He tried several traditional diets, shakes, supplements, and exercise programs. Thinking outside the box, David discovered the blueprints to achieving permanent weight loss. He not only shed 50 pounds but has kept it off. He's now on a mission to help others attain permanent weight loss.His new book Break the Chains of Dieting – Healthy Weight Loss Without Dieting exposes why popular diets and weight loss programs don't work, and in some cases can even be harmful. He joins Dr. Friedman to talk about diets, fasting, and weight loss that really works.

 Beware Teen Dating Violence | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Dating can be thrilling for teens. However, some young relationships can become violent.Dating can be thrilling for teens. However, some young relationships can become violent.As teens try to figure out how the world works, they may endure emotional, mental, and physical abuse in the name of “love.”Red flags can include social media control, sexting stalking, cyberbullying, and bruisesOpen conversation with your child to find out who is being texted and how young relationships are going. Don’t pass judgment but ask questions and listen. You have to be an ally if your teen needs help leaving a bad relationship.Call 1-800-SAFE or text Love Is Respect at 22522 for help.Listen as Dr. David Hill joins Melanie Cole, MS to discuss teen dating violence in this encore episode from February 2019.

 EP 1079B - What Foods Are Hot For 2022 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

What are the trendiest foods for 2022?In 2021, the Specialty Food Association (SFA) Trendspotter Panel virtually assembled to research thousands of specialty food and beverage products from around the world. After recording their extensive findings, they settled on five trends that will drive the growth of the $170.4 billion specialty food industry in 2022, including pasta's comeback, plant-based comfort foods, and hot peppers. Jonathan Deutsch Ph.D. is a Professor and the Director of Drexel University Food Core Lab, as well as a Member of the Specialty Food Association’s Trendspotter Panel (SFA). He joins Dr. ROizen to talk about 2022 food trends, as well as his top restaurant picks in his hometown of Philadelphia.

 EP 1,079 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

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.  Just half a tablespoon of olive oil a day reduces all-cause mortality Is the keto diet heart healthy? Experts issue guidelines on diabetes linked nerve damage The global burden of cancer is increasing Breast cancer survival rate is up  PLUS so much more...  

 Hidden Chemicals Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Goals | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Dr. Friedman exposes hidden chemicals that may be sabotaging your weight loss goals and he shares what you can do about it.Are you having a hard time losing weight no matter what diet you try?Research shows chemicals in food, the cookware used to prepare it, and even the containers we store our food in may be the cause of the growing obesity epidemic. Exposure to these chemicals has been shown to interfere with the way the body metabolizes fat, which can lead to weight gain, even if you eat a healthful diet and exercise regularly.In this episode of To Your Good Health Radio, Dr. Friedman exposes hidden chemicals that may be sabotaging your weight loss goals and he shares what you can do about it.We hear about a common chemical used in plastics for food and drink storage that mimics estrogen and has been proven to increase fat cell growth, the biggest issue facing our nation is the childhood obesity epidemic, and how to read food labels for “hidden ingredients” that are linked to weight gain.

 The Power of Positive Discipline | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

When confronting the challenge of disciplining their children, moms and dads often default to the ways their own parents disciplined them, sometimes with harmful results.When confronting the challenge of disciplining their children, moms and dads often default to the ways their own parents disciplined them, sometimes with harmful results.But mom and practicing pediatrician Dr. Candice Jones shows parents a better way, helping parents understand child development and how the ways that children are disciplined shape not only their behavior but their overall health and well-being.Dr. Jones coaches parents to understand their child’s developmental stages and their own motivations to create a family discipline plan that manages misbehavior and encourages good behavior. Her advice is packed with developmentally appropriate strategies to tame tantrums, stop sibling squabbles, and reward better behavior, to create a calmer, more harmonious home.Listen as she talks about the power of positive discipline, different styles of parenting, and her new book High Five Discipline.

 EP 1,078 News of the Week | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Every week, Dr. Roizen discusses the latest health headlines YOU need to know.Happy New Year! Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.  Teen drugs & alcohol use have fallen during the pandemic FDA approves LDL lowering drug Everything you should know about collagen peptides Thinking about using earseeds? Cognitive disorders double risk of cognitive impairment in your spouse  PLUS so much more...  

 EP 1078B - Bereavement Counseling | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In the early days of this podcast, Dr. Roizen shared the airwaves with his friend Jim Graham.In the early days of this podcast, Dr. Roizen shared the airwaves with his friend Jim Graham.Jim joins us once again to talk about his new calling, bereavement counseling with his local hospice.Listen as these old friends talk about how they met (at a baseball game in upstate NY), how he got into this work after his wife passed, the importance of finding help during this difficult time, and the 5 words you should never say to someone grieving a loss.

 TMJ and Oral Health Care During The Pandemic and Beyond | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ for short connects your lower jaw to your skull. This is what opens and closes your mouth.The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ for short connects your lower jaw to your skull. This is what opens and closes your mouth. TMJ dysfunction can be caused by bad sleeping habits, dental work, stress, and grinding, or clenching the teeth.When your jaw isn't functioning properly, it can lead to headaches, vertigo, pain, and ringing in your ears. Dr. Sanda Moldovan, award-winning Los Angeles, dentist, periodontist, and nutritionist and joins us today to talk all about TMJ and oral health.  She's the go-to oral health expert for the Emmy award-winning syndicated daytime television series The Doctors, and a regular on NBC and CBS. In addition, she's the editor for the Inside Dentistry magazine and a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. So let's talk teeth! In this episode, Dr. Friedman and Dr. Moldovan touch on night guards and grinding in your sleep, vitamins, and supplements for clenching, and how COVID-19 can affect your TMJ.

 Coping with Setbacks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Help your kids gain the skills to navigate setbacks.Setbacks and failures can be educational, but you hate to see your child experience disappointment.It’s important to differentiate between traumatic events and disappointments. Traumatic events are usually harmful and result in a permanent change of one’s psychological makeup. Disappointments come from reaching for something and falling short of that goal.Children manage disappointments differently over time. Youngsters may be upset and take action; shouting, hitting, crying. As they grow older, they may think about how things could be different.Invite discussion about the disappointment. Let your child come up with answers. Change the language to suit your child’s age and maturity level. "I see that you (had an action) when you (experienced disappointment)." "I think you did that because you (experienced disappointment). Is that right?" "Next time you (experience disappointment), what would be a better way to let us know you’re disappointed?" Listen as Dr. Arthur Lavin joins Melanie Cole, MS, in this encore episode from May 2019 to discuss how to help your kids cope with setbacks.  

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