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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 10, Part 1
November 12, 2018
Press parrots claims that your supplements are dangerously adulterated with illegal prescription meds—really? Upping water intake halves risk for women’s UTIs; Are bone broths contaminated with heavy metals? Alternatives to Fosamax; What to do when your urine test reveals a body burden of mold and chemical toxicants; Archeologists uncover first evidence of ancient use of pumpkin spice; Traces of opiates found in 3500-year-old Cypriot urn; Hyperbaric oxygen speeds resolution of sudden hearing loss; New probiotic shows potential to lower cholesterol; Typhus—the scourge of ancient Athens, decimator of Napoleon’s armies, and killer of millions in World War 2—makes a comeback in LA homeless camps. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
October 24, 2018
Latest study claims fish oil not beneficial for diabetes—Really??; What can I do about one-sided hearing loss? Many doctors are saying that it cannot be cured; A friend was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer and was told that his therapy will commence with him receiving estrogen. Does that make sense?; Is there any benefit to raising urine pH by taking a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate each day?; Is a nitric oxide supplement counterproductive on my varicose veins, since dilation is the key here? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 13, Part 1
October 15, 2018
Press parrots claims that your supplements are dangerously adulterated with illegal prescription meds—really? Upping water intake halves risk for women’s UTIs; Are bone broths contaminated with heavy metals? Alternatives to Fosamax; What to do when your urine test reveals a body burden of mold and chemical toxicants; Archeologists uncover first evidence of ancient use of pumpkin spice; Traces of opiates found in 3500-year-old Cypriot urn; Hyperbaric oxygen speeds resolution of sudden hearing loss; New probiotic shows potential to lower cholesterol; Typhus—the scourge of ancient Athens, decimator of Napoleon’s armies, and killer of millions in World War 2—makes a comeback in LA homeless camps. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
November 15, 2017
The new taste: Starch! Explains why some people are prone to weight gain. What can I do about a blocked Eustachian tube? I've been told my eardrums are the size of a child's! What is genomic imprinting, is it the process during conception that determines our traits? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for August 12, Part 2
August 14, 2017
When is it prudent to avoid excess radiation from X-rays, CT scans? Infrasound rays inflict hearing damage on US diplomats in Havana; Does an elevated TSH always call for thyroid medication? Olive oil consumption reduces stroke risk; Do improperly sterilized scopes pose a danger during colonoscopy? Supplements for Alzheimer's; Loneliness may be more dangerous than obesity. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Natural Prevention of Ear Infections AND Cavities, Part 1
December 6, 2016
Dr. Lon Jones and his wife Jerry Bozeman are the originators of Xlear nasal spray. Dr. Jones, a family physician, was inspired by the predicament of his grand-daughter who was faced with the prospect of ear tubes after a series of ear infections. Jerry, an early childhood development expert, persuaded Dr. Jones to seek out a less-invasive alternative, and his research uncovered the anti-bacterial properties of xylitol. The result was Xlear nasal spray, and the Spry Dental Defense System. What risks do chronic ear infections pose to children? Why do 90% of hyperactive kids have a history of three or more ear infections? How does xylitol work to prevent infections? What are biofilms and why do they contribute to the problem of antibiotic resistance? How does xylitol impact biofilms? What research studies support the idea that xylitol can combat respiratory infections and tooth decay? How can xylitol be administered to small children? What precautions need to be taken vis a vis animal consumption of xylitol? Can Xlear nasal spray help asthma? Click HERE for part 2.



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Natural Prevention of Ear Infections AND Cavities, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Lon Jones and Jerry Bozeman about how their breakthrough product, xylitol, can combat respiratory infections and tooth decay. Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
June 7, 2016
What can my husband take for sudden hearing loss? Is there a nutritional protocol for bamboo spine disc problems? What do you think of Forteo for osteoporosis? I take Superbeets, is it possible that nitric oxide can harm the gut microbiome? I make yogurt from organic soy milk, is this a preferred way to consume soy? Must I take blood thinners for my Afib? Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for September 13, Part 1
September 15, 2014
What happened to Joan Rivers? Was her procedure botched, or should it never have been undertaken without additional precautions? Could her death have been avoided? Three serious concerns about the current Ebola epidemic; Resveratrol proves a potent antidote to dietary fat-induced damage; Federal Trade Commission slaps one of Dr. Oz’s favorite “fat-buster” supplements with multimillion dollar penalty for false advertising; Antibiotics hinder flu vaccine effectiveness; Your intestinal bacteria could impact your risk for breast cancer; Fish, Omega 3s protect against hearing loss; A doctor’s cry for help in the age of Obamacare; Medications for dementia found to be worthless, yet continued to be frequently administered to elderly patients. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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