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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 11, Part 1
October 13, 2014
Amid confused government pronouncements about Ebola, is the Zombie Apocalypse upon us? Link between breast implants, cancer under renewed investigation; A natural supplement knocks out Human Papilloma Virus; Exercise flushes stress-causing proteins from the brain in adults and improves academic performance in kids; New study reinforces benefits of vitamin C for colds; Simple do-it-yourself home test to tell you whether you’ll survive the next five years; If you want an antibiotic from your doctor, what time of day should you schedule your appointment? Is the stress/cancer link for real? Does chiropractic care really relieve sciatica? Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 11, Part 2

New study shows cognitive decline can be staved off without drugs: Dr. Hoffman provides a detailed road map on how diet, exercise, detox, bio-identical hormones, exercise, stress reduction and targeted nutraceuticals can forestall Alzheimer’s; Children with asthma who get the flu shot have three times the risk of hospitalization for flu. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
October 9, 2014
Nutrition for side effects of chemotherapy. When Coumadin isn’t adequate for blood clots—what natural products help prevent recurrence of DVTs? Natural supplements for insomnia when you’re marijuana-dependent.

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Ostera for osteopenia: not just for women! Does strontium have the same side effects as bisphosphonates? Are there cautions prior to dental procedures? Does the Salad & Salmon Diet need an update? Is eating “lean” meat all that important now that we have more knowledge about the lack of harm of saturated fats?

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Clinical Focus: Immunity, Part 1
October 8, 2014
With viral epidemics like Ebola and enterovirus d68 raging unchecked, we’re naturally thinking about how to protect ourselves. How can we support immunity? Fortunately, there are ways. What lifestyle factors impact immunity? What is psychoneuroimmunology? What aspects of modern life create a drag on our immunity? The do’s and don’t for optimal immune functioning.

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Clinical Focus: Immunity, Part 2

Specific nutraceuticals, vitamins and minerals that provide natural support for immunity

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The Folic Acid Controversy, Part 1
October 7, 2014
Is old-fashioned folic acid obsolete? Are newer forms like 5MTHF and folinic acid worth the premium price tag? Are all forms of MTHF equally efficacious? What to look for in an MTHF supplement? Why all the buzz over “methylation”? What role does genetic testing for MTHFR defects play in determining the need for premium forms of folate? Is the FDA out to restrict the supplement industry to just folic acid? What conditions can folate treat? Where does homocysteine fit in to the picture? What companion nutrients should be taken with folate?

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The Folic Acid Controversy, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Thomas Guilliams exploring the folic acid controversy.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 4, Part 1
October 6, 2014
Dr. Hoffman was off last weekend. Please enjoy this encore presentation of Intelligent Medicine. Four decades after Woody Allen's "Sleeper", a real-life "Orgasmatron" is patented; steroid injections for spinal stenosis found to be of limited value; conclusive proof that dogs and trees are good for your health; PETA offers bounty to broke Detroiters to test-drive vegan diet; vouchers for farmers' markets may boost healthy produce consumption in low-income families; no need for morning blood tests when checking testosterone in most men.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 4, Part 2

Intravenous Vitamin C prolongs survival in cancer patients receiving chemo; researchers hot on the track of the ultimate probiotic--it helps you shed pounds! a smartphone app that tracks changes in your microbiome; what if the government were to outlaw innovative medical tests that you and your doctor need to diagnose your complex medical problems?

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