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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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ENCORE: Rethinking “Catastrophic” Thinking, Part 1
March 22, 2022
This episode was originally released on March 31, 2020. In the face of an unprecedented pandemic, anxiety is warranted, but should not become debilitating or incapacitating. Drawing from the lessons of evolutionary psychology, Dr. Nando Pelusi, a cognitive-behavioral psychologist and frequent contributor to "Psychology Today," offers practical advice on how to calibrate our responses to danger. We are “hardwired” to respond to threats with our primitive limbic systems; ideally, our rational brains can provide us with sensible “reality checks” to rein in our maladaptive fears. This is the essence of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) which seeks to analyze the basis of our feelings and substitute helpful narratives to help us better interpret them. How to talk to children about the pandemic? How to cultivate resilience? How to cultivate a balance between complacency or denial vs. unproductive chronic worry. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: Rethinking “Catastrophic” Thinking, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Nando Pelusi, a cognitive-behavioral psychologist and frequent contributor to "Psychology Today." Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 12, Part 1
March 14, 2022
Covid cases plummet in West—while lockdown nations like China with Covid-zero policies experience surges; Authorities pressed for flu vax—but this year’s batch acknowledged by CDC to be minimally effective; Mayhem: Fentanyl-laced cocaine, pricey champagne spiked with MDMA, and lavender aromatherapy transmitting rare deadly bacteria; Is milk protein a no-no for MS? Can itchy skin be an aftermath of Covid infection? Treatments for pulmonary fibrosis. 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 12, Part 2

The mystery of near-zero Alzheimer’s in Amazon tribes; Lead exposure may have shrunk IQs of half of Americans. What is glyphosate, and why avoid it? Pre- vs. Pro- vs. Post-biotics; CBD—is it good for shoulder pain? Study reveals attendance in pre-K ups likelihood of behavioral problems; Mindfulness training in expectant moms relieves stress—for offspring! Ubiquitous plant polyphenol halts SARSCoV-2 in it tracks; Eat less to age less. 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: A new vaccine for covid?
March 9, 2022
A new vaccine for covid?; Test-to-treat Covid plan—is it practical?; Targeting the endothelial glycocalyx with Arterosil; I have mild heterogenous plaque in my right carotid artery and I'm 78. Any comments?; A recent Israeli study showed vaccinated made up to 80% of hospitalized cases. Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for March 5, Part 1
March 7, 2022
A post-mortem on the pandemic: Vaccine protection wanes, natural immunity is durable, why minimally vaxxed 3rd worlders weathered Omicron better than Western peers, shots deliver sketchy benefits in young kids, cloth masks allow 90% of viral particles through, party-line vote in Senate on ending the Covid emergency, mandates withdrawn worldwide, nature afforded mental health respite during lockdown, SOTU unveils impractical test-to-treat Covid strategy; Supplements for arthritis; Which magnesium is best for sleep? Vitamin D2 vs. D3—new study sheds light on different impacts on immunity. 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: Hepatitis B
March 3, 2022
NY unmasked; What do you think of Camelina Oil?; What are your thoughts on Serovital? Is it safe to take?; My friend is taking Tenofovir for Hepatitis B for the last 16 years and is now experiencing side effects - help! Click HERE for part 2.



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How to Flush Away Airborne Contaminants to Lessen Your Chances of Getting Sick, Part 1
March 2, 2022
Nathan Jones is the CEO of Xlear, Inc., the global leader in natural, convenient, xylitol-based sinus and oral care products. He details the latest cutting-edge research into the efficacy of xylitol as a defense against toxins and other airborne contaminants that make their way into your nasal passages. Xylitol-based products have been shown to be the most effective way of keeping your nasal passages clean, which is the first line of defense against viral and bacterial infections. Click HERE for part 2.



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