2014-01-24: New medical research and complex health problems from calls and emails are addressed

KUSP's Ask Doctor Dawn show

Summary: Extending telomeres holds promise for rejuvenating aging cells; Research reveals multiple layers of signals in nerve impulses; Thorough advice for rosacea in a caller with complex issues; A caller finds that phenylalanine reduces sciatica pain; A very complex case of medical problems including possible myeloma and depression — get tested for mold toxins; The HIV drug Truvada can cause osteoporosis; Very brief numbness and migrating pain at night may be post-menopausal symptoms; Chest tightness and torso pain is probably GERD; Strategies for insomnia which is common after menopause; Using a Holter heart monitor to diagnose slow heart rate