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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 25 Part 2
January 30, 2014
Rethinking niacin for heart disease prevention (& tips on how to beat niacin flushes); melatonin for prostate cancer; two new Alzheimer's drugs crash and burn, but vitamin E and fish oil show protective effects

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 25 Part 1

Cryosaunas at -200 degrees F for sports injuries, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and fat-burning; Central heating may promote weight gain; EU to outlaw popular supplements; NY Times gets it wrong again about fish oil

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Intelligent Medicine for January 24, 2014

Q&A with Leyla: Two new, expensive Alzheimer's drugs bite the dust (meanwhile, old-fashioned vitamin E and fish oil shown to help!); A patient wants to take supplements but eye doctor says don't bother; Supplements for a woman who's contemplating pregnancy; Can strontium replace Fosamax? Help for plantar fasciitis; Patient says "I went on a diet, now I'm losing TOO MUCH weight!"

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Intelligent Medicine for January 23, 2014

Dr. Daniel Amen, founder of the Amen Clinics and host of a popular PBS series on the brain, discusses brain health and the use of the SPECT scan to diagnose brain dysfunction and permit more targeted deployment of natural therapies, and only if necessary, psychiatric medication.

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Intelligent Medicine for January 22, 2014

Natural therapies for hypertension: the new controversy over blood pressure guidelines—how low should you go? Are there different sub-types of high blood pressure? What are the key nutrients for blood pressure control? What supplements help lower cholesterol? Dr. Mark Houston defends niacin and offers an innovative way to cope with niacin flushes. He describes a new line of cardiovascular nutraceuticals soon to be offered in select doctors’ offices—TruCardia

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Intelligent Medicine for January 21, 2014

Natural therapies for pregnancy and infertility: Pre-conceptual planning--what are the dietary ingredients for a healthy baby? What nutrients help overcome infertility? Is there a role for supplements in optimizing pregnancy outcomes? What about acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine? Stress reduction and relaxation techniques? Dr. Jaclyn Chasse shares tips for overcoming pregnancy problems

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 18 Part 2

Unraveling the testosterone controversy--is it a boon or bane for men's hearts? Which vitamin dramatically reduces fibromyalgia pain?

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for January 18 Part 1

The $284 penis pump; Vitamin E for Osteoporosis; challenging myths about supplement takers; diet drinks make you eat more; statins increase risk for shingles; zoo bans bananas for monkeys; "Carbage" defined; Europeans only began to eat grains 5-7 thousand years ago; starches rotted teeth of early humans.

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Intelligent Medicine for January 16, 2014
January 16, 2014
Q&A with Leyla: Supplements for surgery; natural treatment for a "mangy" scalp condition; "non-allergic" rhinitis may actually turn out to be not so non-allergic

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Intelligent Medicine for January 15, 2014
January 15, 2014
The testosterone controversy: Is it bad for men's hearts? A recent flawed study in the Journal of the American Medical Association says it is, but numerous other studies studies show it helps men lose weight, improves blood sugar, and promotes circulation. Is testosterone heart-healthy or heart-hazardous?

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