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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Second in our series about the human microbiome, Part 1
May 21, 2014
Jessica Richman describes the Ubiome project which plans to catalogue the bacteria in hundreds of thousands of humans to create a “library” of variations in our flora, designed to facilitate research and provide feedback to participants. You can have your stool, sweat, mouth, nasal, and genital secretions analyzed and interpreted at a very economical price and find out where you lie on the spectrum of normalcy vs. dysbiosis via www.Ubiome.com. Eventually, this data may be used to discover treatments for autism, heart disease, cancers of the GI tract, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, allergic and autoimmune conditions, neurological and psychiatric disorders, even obesity.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is the overuse of antibiotics fueling our modern plagues, Part 2
May 20, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Martin Blaser, author of Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics is Fueling our Modern Plagues

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is the overuse of antibiotics fueling our modern plagues, Part 1

Missing Microbes: How the Overuse of Antibiotics is Fueling our Modern Plagues: Interview with Martin Blaser, MD, Director of the Human Microbiome Program at NYU. What purposes do bacteria serve in the body? Besides antibiotics, what other factors threaten our normal flora? What new diseases are arising due to bacterial depletion? Can selective replacement of bacteria help?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 17, Part 2
May 19, 2014
Media proclaims resveratrol worthless, but new study suffers from flawed methodology; previous research cites numerous benefits of resveratrol for heart, brain, weight loss, inflammatory disorders, eyes; the pulsating pill that promotes peristalsis for problematic pooping; the HCG Diet for weight loss. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 17, Part 1

Fitness is linked to lower death risk in older men, and lack of exercise is the #1 risk factor for cardiovascular disease in women over 30, but new studies cast doubt on heart-protective benefits of very intense exercise—how to reconcile the paradox? Frequent arguments linked to doubling in death risk; woman gets measles, is cured of multiple myeloma. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Getting harmful chemicals out of our bodies and our world, Part 2
May 16, 2014
Rick Smith, co-author of Toxin, Toxout, discusses the profusion of environmental chemicals that assault our bodies and how they cause disease; he suggests ways we can protect ourselves and reality-checks common strategies for detoxification

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Getting harmful chemicals out of our bodies and our world, Part 1

Rick Smith, co-author of Toxin, Toxout, discusses the profusion of environmental chemicals that assault our bodies and how they cause disease; he suggests ways we can protect ourselves and reality-checks common strategies for detoxification

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is it the end of the line for resveratrol? Part 2
May 15, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with resveratrol expert Bill Sardi as he weighs in on the history and many benefits of this versatile nutraceutical.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Is it the end of the line for resveratrol? Part 1

In the wake of widespread media coverage of a new study in Archives of Internal Medicine, doubts are being cast on the efficacy of this popular supplement; resveratrol expert Bill Sardi weighs in with his perspective on the study, which he calls seriously flawed. Bill describes the history and many benefits of this versatile nutraceutical.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
May 14, 2014
A devoted listener sleeps with me every night, but her physician husband disapproves. What to do about middle of the night wakeup? Pre-and post-surgery nutrients? Why is krill oil not helping my high triglycerides?

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