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Leyla Weighs In: The Health Benefits of Watermelon
April 1, 2022
Scientific review confirms watermelon's health potential. Plus, research shows healthy home cooking equals a healthy mind.



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ENCORE: A reliable substitute for mammography? Part 1
March 31, 2022
Thermography, a controversial imaging technique, is the subject of today’s interview with Dr. Kristine Blanche, owner and operator the Integrative Healing Center of Long Island and New York City. What is thermography? In view of the limitations of mammograms, and women’s concerns about radiation exposure, is breast thermography an adequate and reliable substitute for mammography? What information does it render about the health and functionality of, not just the breasts, but other body parts? How does thermography offer women a breast health “report card”? If abnormalities are found, but no cancer is detected with standard imaging techniques, are there natural ways women can optimize their breast health to prevent cancer? What roles for diet, exercise, supplements, stress reduction? What are xenoestrogens, and how can women minimize their exposure? Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: A reliable substitute for mammography? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation about Thermography, a controversial imaging technique, with Dr. Kristine Blanche, owner and operator of the Integrative Healing Center of Long Island and New York City. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Is caffeine actually good for you?
March 30, 2022
Fullscript is having a Spring Sale!; Is caffeine actually good for you?; Evolving nutritional advice: Eggs are good for us but alcohol is bad; What supplements can I take to reduce inflammation while taking blood-thinning drugs?; Can CBD oil help with nerve pain?; How can one heal the ileocecal valve? Is it a food sensitivity/gut issue?; I have zero plaque per my EBT heart scan but my doctor still wants me on a statin! Click HERE for part 2.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Sleep Apnea

Is arnica gel helpful for bone fracture pain?; Can sleep apnea contribute to a 25% heart ejection fraction in someone with atrial fibrillation?; Some supplements are available in both gel/oil and capsules. Which is more bioavailable?; What is the optimal dose of selenium in a supplement for people in their 60s?; I have a ganglion cyst on my hand and a couple on my wrists. What can I do about them?; What natural remedies can I take for polymyalgia rheumatica ("muscle arthritis")? Click HERE for part 1.



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Uncovering Psychological Roadblocks to Healing Back Pain, Part 1
March 29, 2022
Dr. John Sarno revolutionized medicine’s approach to back pain with his book, "The Divided Mind," in the 1980s. His thesis is that conventional therapies like surgery are over-utilized and don’t get to the root of the problem which is TMS—tension myoneural syndrome. Dr. Sarno died in 2017, but his disciple Dr. Ira Rashbaum carries on his work at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation. The method pioneered by Sarno eschews even physical therapy, chiropractic and acupuncture, and instead focuses on uncovering psychological roadblocks to recovery. Dr. Rashbaum explains how stress literally robs aching muscles of oxygen and nutrients essential for pain resolution. Dr. Sarno was beloved by patients—including many celebrities—but reviled by many of his colleagues because he challenged medical orthodoxy which invariably treats pain as the consequence of fixable structural abnormalities. Followers of Dr. Sarno like Dr. Rashbaum argue that structural changes are normal, and not always the culprit lesions that trigger pain. Dr. Rashbaum reveals that the Sarno method works to alleviate many common syndromes, including headaches, TMJ, tinnitus, and IBS. Click HERE for part 2.



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Uncovering Psychological Roadblocks to Healing Back Pain, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Ira Rashbaum of NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation. Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 26, Part 1
March 28, 2022
Daylight Savings Time—Boon or bane? Is booster protection waning? NYC Mayor Adams creates vaccine mandate carve-out for athletes, Broadway stars—but not for ordinary New Yorkers. Airline execs call for lifting of mask requirement on planes; Treating ocular migraines; Eggs vs. metabolic syndrome; Alcohol—good or bad for you? Cruciferous vegetables vs. Covid. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 26, Part 2

Will newer vaccines be better tolerated by those with autoimmune disorders? Vegetable sources of Omega 3 reduce heart risk; The type of fats kids consume impacts their asthma severity; Natural support for prostatitis; Are there alternatives to meds for atrial fibrillation? Cranberry extract improves circulation; Study confirms almonds smooth out wrinkles; Artificial sweeteners associated with heightened cancer risk. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Leyla Weighs In: Alcohol and Brain Size
March 25, 2022
Study: One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size.



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