The Intelligent Medicine Podcast

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for April 5 Part 1
April 7, 2014
Is “Vitamin D Denialism” costing untold lives? More doubts about mammograms’ value raised by large new study; fruits and vegetables are really good for you (DUH!); being single, gluten, excess running and diet soda are unexpected new heart risks; clues to how dark chocolate delivers its heart, diabetes and weight-loss benefits. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Ha! Part 2
April 3, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Scott Weems, author of the new book, "Ha! The Science of When We Laugh and Why.”

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Ha! Part 1

Is laughter really the best medicine? Scott Weems, author of the new book, "Ha! The Science of When We Laugh and Why,” is a Ph.D scientist who has studied the neurobiology of laughter. Is Patch Adams, MD, who dresses up in a clown suit to make hospital rounds on the right track? Did Norman Cousins, author of "Anatomy of an Illness,” really cure himself of a serious disease by watching comedy videos.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla Part 2
April 2, 2014
Mixed signals--good Body Mass Index, bad waist-hip ratio, what does this mean? Post-menopausal weight gain and "Syndrome W"; nitric oxide supplements; Dr. Hoffman weighs in on this week's New England Journal of Medicine op-ed calling for tight regulation of the supplement industry.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla Part 1

Q&A with Hoffman Center nutritionist, Leyla Muedin: Supplements for healing a calf injury; fluoroquinolone syndrome; EBT scanning reveals plaque in coronary arteries--what to do? Famed natural health advocate Byron Richards dies at 59 while running--how could this happen?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Healing Fibroids Part 2
April 1, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Allan Warshowsky, America’s foremost integrative GYN and author of "Healing Fibroids

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Healing Fibroids Part 1

Dr. Allan Warshowsky, America’s foremost integrative GYN discusses his book "Healing Fibroids”: What is estrogen dominance? Why are bio-identical hormones superior to synthetic pharmaceutical drugs? The downsides of the birth control pill. Healing with acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, castor oil packs, and guided visualization. Plus, natural cures for polycystic ovaries (PCOS) and endometriosis.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 29 Part 2
March 31, 2014
Are vegetarians healthier than meat-eaters? So NOT according to a shocking new study; anti-anxiety and sleep meds DOUBLE your risk of death; autism rate in America soars, now 1 in 68, 1 in 42 in boys! Safety and effectiveness of Human Growth Hormone—is it really an anti-aging treatment? Plus listener questions. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 29 Part 1

Mutlivitamins can help adult Attention Deficit Disorder according to a recent double-blind, placebo-controlled study; plus listener questions about supplements for surgery, natural therapy for atrial fibrillation. Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla Part 2
March 27, 2014
Garcinia Cambodgia—weight loss panacea or scam? Natural weight loss products Dr. H and Leyla actually like; After eating, I feel tired—what’s the cause?

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