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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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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
October 2, 2014
Is strontium alone enough for bone loss? Or should it be combined with other supplements like Osteosupport? Is insulin resistance really caused by saturated fat?

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Magnesium stearate: friend or foe? Loss of menstrual cycle and FAT (female athletic triad). Zyto technology? How to treat hyperparathyroidism? "Am I allergic to my ‘sensitive skin’ sunscreen?" Calcitonin for osteoporosis?

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Clinical Focus: Urinary Problems, Part 1
September 29, 2014
Urinary Problems (urinary tract infections, bladder frequency, interstitial cystitis). What are the causes of and cures for common urinary problems? The downsides of over-reliance on antibiotics and urinary frequency meds; Common bladder irritants to avoid; Bladder “allergy”; The oxalate connection; Natural remedies for urinary tract infections; the role of natural estrogen; probiotics for urinary tract health.

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Clinical Focus: Urinary Problems, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his talk on urinary issues; natural remedies for urinary tract infections; the role of natural estrogen; probiotics for urinary tract health

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
September 25, 2014
Does a Slendertone Ab Belt really work to shrink belly fat? Which is the best magnesium to take for atrial fibrillation? Is strontium cream as effective as the oral supplement?

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman and Leyla speak frankly about root canal. How to prevent and cure mastitis. Can fatty liver and gallstones interfere with vitamin D absorption? Are platelet rich plasma injections effective for arthritis, tennis elbow and rotator cuff injuries?

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Clinical Focus: Fatty Liver Disease, Part 1
September 24, 2014
It’s the #1 cause of liver problems in America—surpassing booze and viral hepatitis—and it’s mostly nutritional! Twenty per cent or more of Americans may suffer from it. Think too much dietary fat causes a fatty liver? Think again! How to determine if you’re at risk, what foods to emphasize and avoid, good vs. bad supplements, drugs that stress the liver, tips for detoxification, oral hormone hazards, the role of exercise.

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Clinical Focus: Fatty Liver Disease, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his talk on Fatty Liver disease: How to determine if you’re at risk, what foods to emphasize and avoid, good vs. bad supplements, drugs that stress the liver, tips for detoxification, oral hormone hazards, the role of exercise.

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The entitlement of Dr. Nancy Snyderman who violated her Ebola quarantine--shouldn't she have known better?…

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