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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 7, Part 1
June 9, 2014
Cynicism may increase risk of dementia; Secret to successful weight loss may lie in avoidance of night-time light exposure; Are blonds genetically "dumb"? Exercise boosts diversity of gut bacteria; End-of-life care for elderly often too aggressive--doctors often forego heroic treatments for themselves; Prophylactic mastectomy and oopherectomy over-used--is it over-the-top for Angelina Jolie to opt for "preventive" removal of her ovaries after having both breasts removed? Capsiate for weight loss; Marijuana pro and con: beneficial for autoimmune disease according to recent study, but bad (especially for young people) in so many ways--could CBD be the answer? Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Integrative Urology, Part 2
June 6, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Philippa Cheetham discussing Integrative Urology: Active Holistic Surveillance for prostate cancer

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Integrative Urology, Part 1

Dr. Philippa Cheetham joins Intelligent Medicine to discuss Integrative Urology: Active Holistic Surveillance for prostate cancer—the use of diet, exercise and targeted supplementation to manage cancer without surgery or radiation. Who’s a candidate? Should the PSA test be abandoned? Are there non-invasive ways of minimizing unnecessary prostate biopsies? What breakthroughs are on the horizon for treatment of advanced prostate cancer?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
June 5, 2014
Which supplements to take when you’re on a budget. What to do for possible Crohn’s disease. Nutritional treatments for acne.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 1

New study suggests gamma-tocopherol promotes lung inflammation (REALLY??). Topical colloidal silver for sinus infection? Olive leaf too? Do cortisone injections raise cortisol? Can’t remember words--How much coconut oil?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: “The Disease Delusion,” Part 2
June 3, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Bland, author of "The Disease Delusion."

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: “The Disease Delusion,” Part 1

Dr. Jeffrey Bland discusses his new book, The Disease Delusion”: Are the current constructs we use to categorize illness arbitrary and irrational? What benefits can we achieve by cutting through the Disease Delusion and applying Functional Medicine concepts? Why is it so hard to “prove” that supplements are beneficial (Dr. Bland addresses critics of supplement use)? What lies in store for integrative medicine when we harness the potential of the Human Genome? How to jump-start your own personalized health optimization program using the steps outlined in The Disease Delusion.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 31, Part 2
June 2, 2014
Geriatricians caution seniors that nutritional drinks like Boost and Ensure are no more than "liquid candy bars with vitamins"; flax seed lignans for breast cancer; probiotics for fatty liver, resveratrol for diabetes; EGCG from green tea for pancreatic cancer. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 31, Part 1

Introducing evidence-based natural therapy may be a way to address the VA crisis: yoga, Tai Chi, acupuncture, Qi Gong, and Mindfulness Meditation for PTSD; magnesium, antioxidants, resveratrol, ginkgo, acetyl-l-carnitine for hearing loss due to loud noise; high-dose EPA/DHA protocol for traumatic brain injury and suicide prevention. Also, a little exercise may keep the elderly mobile; and a lot of exercise in early life may significantly extend longevity. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
May 29, 2014
A pilot with HTN and high cortisol; Supplements for pregnancy—new think about folic acid? Ultra low-fat diet for lowering LDL?

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