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کتاب سلامتی در هر سایز https://www.amazon.com/Health-At-Every-Size-Surprising/dp/1935618253 اسامی مقالات ذکر شده Akram, D. S., et al. Obesity: Preventing and Managing the Global Epidemic. Report of a WHO Consultation on Obesity. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 1997 Ernsberger, Paul and Richard]. Koletsky, "Biomedical Rationale for a Wellness Approach to Obesity: An Alternative to a Focus on Weight Loss," journal of Social Issues 55, no. 2 (1999) Ernsberger, Paul and D. 0. Nelson, "Effects of Fasting and Refeeding on Blood Pressure Are Determined by Nutritional State, Not by Body Weight Change," Americanjoumal of Hypertension (1988) Guagnano, M. T., et al., "Weight Fluctuations Could Increase Blood Pressure in Android Obese Women," Oinical Sciences (London) 96, no. 6 (1999) Ernsberger, Paul, et al., "Consequences of Weight Cycling in Obese Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats," American journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 2 70 ( 1996): Ernsberger, Paul, et al., "Refeeding Hypertension in Obese Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats," Hypertension 24 (1994) Chernin, K., The Obsession: Reflections on the ryranny of Slenderness. New York: Harper&. Row, 1981. Barrett-Connor, Elizabeth and K. T. Khaw, "Is Hypertension More Benign When Associated with Obesity?" Circulation 72 (1985) Cambien, Francois, et al., "Is the Relationship between Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Risk Dependent on Body Mass Index?" American journal of Epidemiology 122 (1985): 434-42. Weinsier, Roland L., et al., "Body Fat: Its Relationship to Coronary Heart Disease, Blood Pressure, Lipids, and Other Risk Factors Measured in a Large Male Population," American journal of Medicine 61 (1976): 815-24. Uretsky, Seth, et al., "Obesity Paradox in Patients with Hypertension and Coronary Artery Disease," American journal of Medicine 120, no. 10 : 863-70. Kang, Xingping, et al., "Impact of Body Mass Index on Cardiac Mortality in Patients with Known or Suspected Coronary Artery Disease Undergoing Myocardial Perfusion Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography," journal of the American College of Cardiology 47, no. 7 (2006): 1418--26. Nowson, Caryl A., et al., "Blood Pressure Change with Weight Loss Is Affected by Diet Type in Men," American journal of Ginical Nutrition 81, no. 5 : 983--89. McDonald, K. Colleen, Jean C. Blackwell, and Linda N. Meurer, "dinical Inquiries. What Lifestyle Changes Should We Recommend for the Patient with Newly Diagnosed Hypertension?" journal of Family Practice 55, no. ll (2006): 991-93. Delichatsios, Helen K. and Francine K. Welty, "Influence of the Dash Diet and Other Low-Fat, High-Carbohydrate Diets on Blood Pressure," no. 6 (2005): 446-54. Gregg, Edward W, et al., "Secular Trends in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors According to Body Mass Index in Us Adults," journal of the American Medical Association 293, no. 15 (2005): 1868--74. McGill, Henry C.,Jr., The Geographic Pathology of Atherosclerosis. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1986. Montenegro, M. R. and L. A Solberg, "Obesity, Body Weight, Body Length, and Atherosclerosis," Laboratory Investigations 18 (1968): 134-43. A Study of Interassociations," Atherosclerosis 36, no. 4 (1980): 481-90. Warnes, C. A. and W C. Roberts, "The Heart in Massive (More Than Pounds or 136 Kilograms) Obesity: Analysis of 12 Patients Studied at Necropsy," Ameri.canjourncll of Cardiology 54, no. 8 (1984): 1087-91. Chambless, Lloyd E., et al., "Risk Factors for Progression of Common Carotid Atherosclerosis: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study, 1987-1998," American journcll of Epidemiology 155, no. l (2002): 38-47 Salonen, Riitta andJukka T. Salonen, "Progression of Carotid Atherosclerosis and Its Determinants: A Population-Based Ultrasonography Study," Atherosclerosis 81, no. l (1990) Applegate, William B.,]. P. Hughes, and R. Vander Zwaag, "CaseControl Study of Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors in the Elderly," journal of Clinical Epidemiology 44
We've shared with you our travel victories and fails, as well as our adventures in parenting adult children. What we haven't shared is our own experiences as adults who have had to take care of our parents. In our case, it's been difficult because it has always been from afar. That's about to change. Denise's mother has made it to her 97th birthday, but the slide into dementia began a few years ago and is about to change our lives for the forseeable future. You can find us and tons of bonus content you won't find here on our YouTube channel, and you can always track our daily misadventures here on the social media platform of your choice! #emptynest #fulltank
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This past weekend, we celebrated the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly in the United States, a remembrance instituted by Pope Francis three years ago. This year's theme was: “His mercy is from age to age.” Pope Francis reminds us that grandparents and the elderly “are the link between generations, passing on the experience of life and faith to the young.” Commit to making time to remember your grandparents and the elderly, both living and deceased. Follow the path they so unselfishly charted. Always be grateful for their wisdom, gained over their many years, and the role models they have been for you. Most importantly, ensure that your grandparents and elderly friends know the love you have for them and pray that God may bestow his enduring peace upon them.
“Aging In Place: Considerations for HOA and Condo Associations” – KSN attorney David Savitt discusses the growing trend of aging in place and its impact on condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations. Topics include immobility issues, accessibility concerns, ADA regulations, resident safety, caregivers, board member considerations, potential association rule updates, best practices, and more. (10 mins.)
Andy Wong, the Hong Kong-Australian entrepreneur behind home repair services platform Papabo, joins us to talk about an encounter at McDonald's that got him started repairing homes for the disadvantaged and elderly in Hong Kong for free. He also talks about the most common home issues he's fixed and tips for non-Cantonese speakers to work with handymen in Hong Kong. ------------------------------------------------------- Stay Connected with Proudly Asian: Website - https://proudly-asian.com Instagram - https://instagram.com/proudly.asian Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@proudlyasianpodcast Support us - https://ko-fi.com/proudlyasian Email us - email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/proudlyasian/support
Hello Agents! Join us today as the gang has a few drinks, concludes a mystery, and accidentally insult an elderly person.Theme song - ROYALTY FREE Science Fiction Music / Epic Trailer / Aggressive Music Royalty Free by MUSIC4VIDEOMusic and themes throughout - Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio.
Fr. Shenan Boquet Fr. Boquet who is President of Human Life International discusses his recent articles Social Impact of Over-the-Counter “Opill” and Scapegoating of the Elderly to show how these two issues and integrally connected.
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Dr. William Schaffner is the Professor of Preventive Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. As a spokesperson for the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, he is an often-tapped resource for infectious disease education and is passionate about health, vaccines, and disease prevention. When not teaching or doing clinical trials he volunteers at The Elephant Sanctuary outside of Nashville. In this Squeeze the Day, we learn about his drive for health, and educating others as well as what he learns from his students and from life.
The "silver tsunami" of aging Americans is here. Are the health needs of seniors different from those younger? Do medications have a different effect? "I have seen it all. I have seen the business executive swindled by the neighbor, the loving wife who now chases her husband out of the house every night thinking he is an intruder, the woman who was treated with 40 medications… but still had pain, and agitation. – Elizabeth Landsverk, MD Dr. Liz Landsverk has over twenty years of experience in providing medical care to the elders. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care Medicine. Dr Landsverk founded ElderConsult Geriatric Medicine, a house calls practice, to address the challenging medical and behavioral issues often facing older patients and their families. Dr Landsverk was an assistant professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco, an adjunct professor of Medicine at Stanford University, as well as consultant to the San Francisco Elder Abuse Forensics Center and Hospice Medical Director. She is currently the Medical Director for Silverado and Kensington Dementia Care Communities, as well as on the Scientific Panel for the Alzheimer's Association. Dr. Landsverk graduated from Stanford University and trained at Cambridge Hospital, Harvard University, and Mt Sinai Medical School. As a House Calls Geriatrician, she collaborates with local physicians to address the needs of complicated vulnerable elders to alleviate pain, agitation and discomfort through the utilization of geriatric and palliative care techniques. https://www.drlizgeriatrics.com/
We're back to finish off the story of Jen Shah. In this episode, comedian and Emmy-nominated TV writer, Rae Sanni, serves as our Real Housewives expert helping us dig into Jen's time on the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. Jen Shah is nothing if not ambitious, she chose to be on national TV while actively running a telemarketing scheme that targeted the elderly. She's sick and twisted and at the end of the day that's actually what reality TV is all about!! She wasn't our most strategic fraudster– her time on the show allowed the feds to grow their case against her and she was famously arrested during the filming of Season 2, which actually makes for great reality TV (toxic!!!). We talk about how she's doing in prison, and Rae helps us envision the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City's future without Jen. Spoiler alert: with Jen in prison, it'll be boring. Follow The Show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/fraudstersLPNInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fraudsterslpn/Discord: https://discord.gg/WRZ8zgusPTWebsite: https://fraudsters.fm/Follow the Hosts: https://twitter.com/seenanowhttps://www.instagram.com/justin_williams_comedyhttps://twitter.com/arielleaty Follow Our Guest:https://twitter.com/raesannihttps://www.instagram.com/raesanni87/?hl=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQwl8sDTVEAxhwJdYgm-yrgIntro Music Credit and Sound Fx:https://twitter.com/gograntgordonSeason Cover Art by:https://comedyartwork.com/Clips Pulled From:Real Housewives of Salt Lake City S1E1Real Housewives of Salt Lake City S2E9Clip Links:https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1488529711334463https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr6aSTPzTt0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPF74wkNuWchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIqVnmznKuo&t=1shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U54biR9Dk9U&t=401shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFnrNYk4jmY&t=89shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jc5quAdh5II
The economic calendar is subdued, with US markets closed. Revisions in last Friday's US jobs report adjusted employment levels lower. Payrolls data was distorted by the actors' strike (although actors may still be working as baristas, restaurant serving staff, etc.). Participation rates are rising, labor market churn is falling, and the picture is very much “soft economic landing.”
The are very, very few people such as Dr. Stephen Cunnane that have done so much work on ‘brain health' with aging. Though he states others have come before him that have pointed to use of Ketones as an ‘alternative' fuel for the brain, it is Dr. Cunnane's work on the ‘Keto-Pet Scan' that showed just how vital it is. To Many, the work of Dr. Cunnane offers incredible hope in how to restore brain function in those with MCI, mild cognitive impairment and AD.Links:His Book The Survival of the FattestHis work at The Institue for Food, Brain and BehaviorDr. Cunnane's presentation at IHMCDr. Cunnane's presentation at Virta Health Summit Dr. Cunnane's postion and work at Research Center on Aging at Sherbrooke Univerisity, Quebec, Canada —————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ - ---------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ----------------Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.com Weekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB group BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10 How we use the Fora 6 Meter https://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE——————————— Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————————————— https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ———————————— https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners
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We will be studying 1 Timothy 5:1-15 under the theme “Caring for the Elderly.” In the ancient world, long before Medicare and Social Security, it was assumed that family members would provide for aging parents. But sometimes there were no family members to care for the elderly. The Church became the first social organization to assist with the needs of the aging population. Here, Paul gives some practical instructions to his ministry pupil, Timothy, about how the church in Ephesus should handle this. If you'd like to leave an offering or monetary donation to our ministry please click here: https://tinyurl.com/stmarcusgive
Have you wondered if it's loving to employ a care facility for your loved one? Or how to know when and how to help manage an elderly loved one's finances? In this episode hosts David Nakhla and Chris Cashen find out more about what our responsibilities are as deacons—and Christians—in caring for the elderly. Rev. Brian De Jong, pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Sheboygan, Wisconsin along with his brother, elder at Bethel OPC in Wheaton, IL, Greg De Jong, share insights from Brian's book, Honoring the Elderly: A Christian's Duty to Aging Parents. Greg worked with Brian on the book to share their practical, spiritual and financial experience in order to help those who are caring for the elderly or supporting someone who cares for an elderly loved one. There's some great discussion you won't want to miss. Referenced in this episode: Honoring the Elderly: A Christian's Duty to Aging ParentsYou can find all of our episodes at thereformeddeacon.org. Make sure to follow us on your favorite podcast player, so you don't miss an episode. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for giveaways and more information.
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This week, Stephanie and Trey discuss what documentaries and series you should be watching, Kim Zolciak's muted response to TMZ's line of questioning, Stephanie's bizarre TikTok algorithm, The Golden Bachelor, and a man was arrested for doing what to a cow?If you enjoyed this episode, leave a review and make sure you subscribe! If you want to connect with Stephanie or Trey directly, message them at: www.instagram.com/stephhollmanwww.instagram.com/trey_stewartwww.instagram.com/bsthepodcastIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Stephanie & Trey as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.orgProducers: Mike Morse / Madelyn Grimes for YEA Networks
The estimated 73 million individuals who make up the baby boomer generation are projected to reach age 65 and older by 2030. The caregiver demographic ( ages 45-64) will increase in the same period by just 1%. The overall aging of the U.S population accompanies the need for increased home care technology for seniors. This means more seniors are going to require assistance from senior living communities, and there is already a shortage of staff in the U.S. to handle the current levels at existing facilities. Will technology be the key to making sure the system can handle the growth? I'd like to introduce you to Sam Gopinathan. From being an executive for three Fortune 5oo companies to jumping into the non-medical home care industry, Sam started New Wave Home Care, providing exceptional care for over 12 years for their clients. His website: https://www.newwavehomecare.co... ► Luxury Women Handbag Discounts: https://www.theofficialathena.... ► Become an Equus Coach®: https://equuscoach.com/?rfsn=7... ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH58... ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/po... ► Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSa... ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1lov... ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsa... ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog #atlanta #ashsaidit #theashsaiditshow #ashblogsit #ashsaidit®
Hour 2 - Someone from BJs HoA stopped by to tell BJ he is the "ground jewe;' of the neighborhood after putting in his new SOD. An elderly woman was scammed out of $14k after someone called her saying she needed to cancel a tech service. A contestant from the Bachelorette was believed to be dead earlier this week, but yesterday he posted a video telling everyone his account was hacked. All the Late Nigh Talk show host are getting together to start a podcast. The proceeds will go to workers who have been affected by the SAG/AFTRA strike.
The fat ones catch up about their weeks. They make the big announcement that they will be LIVE on Pride48 on Sunday, September 3 testing audio and doing a live show. They invite you to join them to give your feedback (that Vader will not listen to).
The residents of Sunny Acres Nursing Home are in quite a toothy predicament- many of their dentures have gone missing! Can you help Ryan and Cece find out the tooth about who the culprit is? In this episode, the culprit is revealed, so make sure you have listened to Part 1 before continuing with this episode. Good luck, detectives!
The residents of Sunny Acres Nursing Home are in quite a toothy predicament- many of their dentures have gone missing! Can you help Ryan and Cece find out the tooth about who the culprit is? In this episode, we need all of the suspects and collect all of the clues. Good luck, detectives!
What's the one place riddled with fraud that we just don't talk about enough? That's right, it's reality TV baby!!! This week we're talking all about Jen Shah from the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. And there's a lot to talk about. From her very Mormon childhood growing up in Utah to meeting her husband and converting to Islam, to when she started dipping her toe in the pool of defrauding the elderly to her actually becoming a fraudster herself (girlboss!), we cover it all. It's the circle of life and it's nothing if not beautiful!! And absolutely twisted!!!What's the one place riddled with fraud that we just don't talk about enough? That's right, it's reality TV baby!!! This week we're talking all about Jen Shah from the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. And there's a lot to talk about. From her very Mormon childhood growing up in Utah to meeting her husband and converting to Islam, to when she started dipping her toe in the pool of defrauding the elderly to her actually becoming a fraudster herself (girlboss!), we cover it all. It's the circle of life and it's nothing if not beautiful!! And absolutely twisted!!! Follow The Show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/fraudstersLPNInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fraudsterslpn/Discord: https://discord.gg/WRZ8zgusPTWebsite: https://fraudsters.fm/Follow the Hosts: https://twitter.com/seenanowhttps://www.instagram.com/justin_williams_comedyhttps://twitter.com/arielleaty YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQwl8sDTVEAxhwJdYgm-yrgIntro Music Credit and Sound Fx:https://twitter.com/gograntgordonSeason Cover Art by:https://comedyartwork.com/Clips Pulled From:Real Housewives of Salt Lake City S1E1Hulu Documentary: Housewife and the Shah ShockerYT Links:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgWLa12SfYQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxlyg0HVf1Q
Hey Heal Squad, get ready to heal, transform and grow through the power of vulnerability and surrender with Heal Squad All Stars Lewis Howes, Annie Lamott and Vishen Lakhiani. We discuss equating surrender with weakness - which I was guilty of until I learned to embrace the power of vulnerability. We also discuss confronting suppressed memories, particularly around sexual abuse, and the scarcity of representation, struggles with self-abandonment and repetitive relationship patterns, engaging in an inner dialogue with our younger selves to unveil deep wounds, and empowering commitments to radical self-love and authenticity. The episode also explores the enriching experiences of cultural diversity during travels, spreading hope and empathy, lessons learned from engaging with older adults and the significance of sharing love and acts of service. If you seek inner peace and meaning, this Heal Squad All Stars is a must! Vishen Lakhiani Power of Focus in Meditation: focus on healing or personal growth makes longer meditation sessions more manageable. Benefits of Short Meditation Sessions: just 15 minutes of the 'six phase' practice yields benefits for brain cognition, productivity, and clarity. Rectify with Ability and Equanimity: allowing individuals to forgive past traumas, let go of negativity, and reduce the need for constant recognition. Transcendent Healing Influence: focused forgiveness practices lead to unexpected healing. Profound Reach of Forgiveness: a practice that can transcend space and time beyond scientific measurement leading to mutual healing. Anne Lamott Changing Perspective on Surrender: a path towards peace of mind and letting go of weapons rather than a display of weakness. Radical Self-Love and Self-Care: instead of seeking external achievements or possessions, nurture oneself and become attuned to the source of love and peace within. Shifting Focus from Receiving to Giving: fulfillment comes from what is given. Honoring the Elderly: connecting with and learning from them provides insights to enrich life. Spreading Hope: being a source of hope for others creates a collective atmosphere of optimism, thereby reinforcing the shared hope. Lewis Howes Power of Vulnerability: the concept of vulnerability as transformative begins the journey. Challenging False Confidence: false confidence and ego-driven behaviors are defense mechanisms born from past traumas and the need to appear tough and competent. Addressing Childhood Sexual Abuse: the lack of representation and societal expectations hinders the ability to confront trauma. Inner Child Dialogue: therapeutic technique of conversing with your inner child allows suppressed emotions from childhood to surface and induce healing. HEAL SQUAD SOCIALS IG: https://www.instagram.com/healsquad/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@healsquadxmaria HEAL SQUAD RESOURCES: Website: https://www.mariamenounos.com Curated Macy's Page: https://www.macys.com/healsquad Rosetta Stone: https://www.rosettastone.com/healsquad Noom: https://www.noom.com Just Thrive: https://justthrivehealth.com and use promo code: HEALSQUAD ABOUT MARIA MENOUNOS: Emmy Award-winning journalist, TV personality, actress, 2x NYT best-selling author, former pro-wrestler and brain tumor survivor, Maria Menounos' passion is to see others heal and to get better in all areas of life. ABOUT HEAL SQUAD x MARIA MENOUNOS: A daily digital talk-show that brings you the world's leading healers, experts, and celebrities to share groundbreaking secrets and tips to getting better in all areas of life. DISCLAIMER: This Podcast and all related content [published or distributed by or on behalf of Maria Menounos or Mariamenounos.com] is for informational purposes only and may include information that is general in nature and that is not specific to you.
Joyce talks about the wildfire in Hawaii and those stepping up, the media never tells both sides of the story, federal prosecutors considering cameras in the court room for Donald Trump's Georgia trial. Elderly newspaper co-owner in Kansas days after her home and work place was raided. Freedom of the press. Sound of Freedom film. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Laura Lee reconnects caller Jamie to her spirit guides. They suggest that the family fighting will ease by making a group decision for a loved one's health care. Join the Facebook Radio Medium Laura Lee group to continue the conversation.
Tune in to hear Robbie Pottharst, CEO of myPlace Health, discuss their mission for building a health care startup to integrate better care for the elderly. Topics include:What is the PACE model?How myPlace Health works with sponsors to develop comprehensive plans and services covering areas such as behavioral health, clinical pharmacy, palliative care, and technology innovations that tackle social frailty and isolationRole of a startup in solving important problems in healthcareSpeakers: Robbie Pottharst, CEO, myPlace HealthIgor Belokrinitsky, Strategy& Principal, PwC For more information, please visit us at: https://www.pwc.com/us/en/industries/health-industries/health-research-institute/next-in-health-podcast.html.
In today's episode, Rev. Paul Ipema begins a new three-part series on pastoral visitation, visiting three different groups of congregants and how pastors, and others in the church, can compassionately support them through times of hardship. Today Rev. Ipema begins with the elderly.
In today's episode, Rev. Paul Ipema begins a new three-part series on pastoral visitation, visiting three different groups of congregants and how pastors, and others in the church, can compassionately support them through times of hardship. Today Rev. Ipema begins with the elderly.
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Dr. Jeff Musgrave // #GeriOnICE // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Modern Management of the Older Adult faculty member Jeff Musgrave discusses a randomized control trial that investigates the impact of inflammation and different intensities of strength training on global inflammatory load and immune response. The study involved 81 participants, aged 65 to 75, who underwent a 12-week strength training program at varying intensities. Thigh muscle volume was measured using computed tomography, and blood tests were conducted to assess inflammation markers. The results of the study revealed that moderate and high intensity strength training yielded superior improvements compared to moderate and low intensity training. Participants in the moderate and high intensity group experienced a 15% increase in thigh muscle volume, while those in the moderate and low intensity group only saw a 9% increase. Furthermore, the moderate and high intensity group exhibited reduced thigh fat volume, decreased pro-inflammatory cytokines, increased anti-inflammatory cytokines, and elevated free floating leukocytes. Jeff underscores the significance of incorporating moderate to high intensity strength training for older adults, particularly those in the 65 to 75 age range. He highlights the sedentary and overweight state of many older adults in the US, emphasizing the need to address frailty in this population. Jeff also discusses the risks associated with not implementing moderate to high intensity strength training, including increased inflammation, decreased muscle volume, and heightened body fat. Take a listen to learn how to better serve this population of patients & athletes. If you're looking to learn more about live courses designed to better serve older adults in physical therapy or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO What's up everybody? Welcome back to the PT on ICE Daily Show. Before we jump into today's episode, let's chat about Jane, our show sponsor. Jane makes the Daily Show possible and is the practice management software that so many folks here at ICE utilize. The team at Jane knows how important it is for your patients to get the care they need. And with this in mind, they've made it really easy and convenient for patients to book online. 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It is Wednesday, so that means it is all things geriatrics. We like to call this Geri on ICE. So can't wait to get into a deep dive of this randomized control trial that just dropped last month in July, talking about inflammation, various intensities of strength training, how that impacts our global inflammatory load, as well as things like our immune response. And then we're going to deep dive after the article into what happens if you don't follow the results of this study and if you do, what the opportunity is for your patients. But before we get into that, we've got lots of opportunities. If you want to continue the learning process, if you want to sharpen the sword when it comes to working with older adults, we have got just a handful of seats left in Essential Foundation. So if you want to jump in, you need to do that quick. There are only a few seats left. We can still get you on boarded. You're not going to miss a thing. If you want to hop in for advanced concepts, you've already had Essential Foundations. The next cohort is going to be October 10th. And then if you want to see us live on the road, the revamp is releasing this weekend. I cannot wait. All of the faculty of the older adult division are descending on Lexington, Kentucky. We're coming to the bluegrass to show show out with this new content. It's going to be super fun. If you miss getting your seat for that this weekend, next weekend, we're going to be both in Bedford, Texas, as well as in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 06:20 IMPACT= OF MODERATE AND HIGH INTENSITY STRENGTH TRAINING FOR OLDER ADULTS So as promised, the study, Intensity Effects of Strengthening Exercise on Thigh Muscle Volume, Pro and Anti-Inflammatory Cytokines, Immunocytes in the Elderly, a randomized control trial. So this trial had 81 participants. We've got adults 65 to 75 years old. 39 of those were male. 41 of those were female. And they were taken through a 12 week strength training program at various intensities. Baseline measures were thigh muscle volume via a computed tomography and blood test. They also did their due diligence. We know how important nutrition is to get an idea, at least of their caloric intake. Now, did not go into detail of how much protein, how much fat, how many carbs. Didn't look at macros, but they did identify that all the adults in the study were consuming about the same calories on average. So the control group spent 10 to 15 minutes doing meditation and stretching. Not things that are awful, but definitely the control group when we're talking about effects of strength training. The experimental group did 50 minutes of exercise three days a week. They had squatting, they did pressing movements, spine flexion and extension on Mondays and Fridays. On Wednesdays, they hit those knee flexors, extensors. They did ankle planar flexion, chest flies and rows. All of this was primarily done on machines, machine based exercises. And then when they broke down the different intensities, what they did is they recalculated each month and they worked them off different repetition maxes. So the low intensity strength training group worked off of a 10 rep max, a 9 rep max and then an 8 rep max. If you're looking consecutively across those three months as it was a 12 week study. The moderate intensity group hit 10 rep max, 9 and 8 rep maxes and recalculated their strength each month. And then the high intensity group worked off an 8 rep max, a 7 rep max and a 6 rep max. So I thought that was pretty cool that they recalculated their strength and then they used the same measure there of course to calculate their intensity for their strength training. So, after 12 weeks of strength training, the moderate and high intensity strength training group had superior improvements in their thigh muscle volume. Their thigh muscles got larger at a percentage of about 15% versus 9% on the moderate and low side of things. They showed reduced thigh fat volume, reduced pro-inflammatory cytokines, increased anti-inflammatory cytokines as well as increased their free floating leukocytes. Lots of $10 terms in there, but the reality is when we're looking at the impact of moderate or low intensity versus moderate and high intensity. It was statistically significant that moderate and high intensity strength training for older adults superior. Whether you're talking about adding muscle, reducing fat, reducing inflammation and even bolstering the immune system, which really I thought was super cool. So that's the basics of the study. If you've been hanging around the Institute of Clinical Excellence in this community, you're not going to be surprised to hear the results of the study. But what I want you to do is I want us to go a level deeper. 09:30 AGING & STRENGTH TRAINING INTERVENTIONS I want you to think about your patients on your caseload that are 65 to 75 years old. The state of the union on older adults, especially in the US more so than other places in the world, is we are inactive. We are overweight. We are not hitting ACSM guidelines. Most older adults in that 65 plus category are on somewhere on the continuum of frailty. They have low physical reserve. They have low physical resiliency. They are vulnerable to injury and decline, losing their independence. So most of our clients are on this very rapid downward trajectory. And we have got at our hands the tools, rehab clinicians. We are able to intervene with strength training intervention. If we will go moderate to high intensity, we know we can increase their muscle mass. We can reduce reduce their body fat. We can reduce inflammation. And let's think about some of the conditions that are on board outside of low reserve, low resiliency. We like to think about a thing called one repetition max living. They are very near their 100 percent capacity to get out of a chair. Think about your client who cannot stand from their normal chair without using their arms. Their one repetition max squat is less than body weight. And think about how many times they have to stand up and sit down throughout the day, giving a near one repetition max effort. Crazy! How exhausting is life for those people that are barely able to do their activities of daily living? I want you to also think about some of these global inflammatory conditions. These inflammatory markers increase the risk of progressions in arthritis, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndromes like diabetes. Think about how many of our patients are sitting in this very vulnerable situation. So we've got this picture of our older adults on the decline, probably on the frailty spectrum. If they're on our caseload, probably have arthritis, probably have inflammatory conditions. Then we think about the opportunity that we have if we just add high intensity strength training intervention. Think about the change that you can make for them. How you can bolster their strength, their function. Get them away from that line of independence where they can just not barely get through their activities, but start building some sizeable reserve. Think about how much we can do if we hit moderate to high intensity. If they don't have inflammatory conditions yet, think about isolating them from that risk. And then not even covered in the study because these were not primary measures they were tracking, but just knowing the literature for older adults. 12:06 FRAILITY & AGING INTERVENTIONS Think about the benefit of heavier loads that's not even discussed in this study. Think about their bone density. Think about their confidence. If they know they can lift way more than they have to in daily life, is that going to impact their confidence? Is having more confidence going to help them lift with better mechanics more confidently? Is it going to help them balance in unusual scenarios more confidently? Absolutely. Confidence in that psychological impact. Don't count that out. So just think about all the opportunities with heavier load. And then what I want you to think about is maybe you're still on the fence with this stuff and you're like, I don't know if that's safe. I'm a little concerned. Maybe you don't feel quite equipped or you've not seen that modeled before and you're a little bit nervous. But I want you to think about this. I want you to think about the risk and what happens to these older adults in a very vulnerable situation if you don't. If you don't hit them with moderate to high intensity, I want to outline some of the results of the control group. During just that 12 week period where they did not perform moderate to high intensity or any strength training whatsoever, their resting inflammation went up. Their muscle volume went down. Their body fat went up. Their leukocytes went down. They became way more vulnerable in a 12 week period, just 12 weeks of not doing what they should be on the strength training train. Think about what happened to markers that were not tested. Think about their bone density. Think about their ability to get through their day with enough reserve and enough strength to really make it through the day. Just think about all the missed opportunities. I'm going to recap real quick. I know I'm super pumped about this. This is what it's all about, team. But I want you to think about the opportunity with moderate to high strength training interventions. Based on this randomized control trial, we can feel confident that we're going to increase their muscle thigh volume. Thinking about things like sarcopenia, frailty, all those categories. We can reduce their body fat. We can reduce pro-inflammatory markers. We can increase anti-inflammatory markers. We can bolster the immune system. Just based on this study, forget about bone density. Forget about one rep max living. Forget about confidence. We know those things just from this study. Then I want you to think about what you can do for your patients if you start these interventions. Think about how powerful of a tool you have. You have the keys to the castle in your pocket. If we can just go a little bit heavier. Remember, it's relative. It is relative. Yes, I will be sharing the link to this study in the caption. What happens if you don't? If you don't, we know this steady decline of frailty, deconditioning is going to continue. We know based on this study that if we don't intervene here, our older adults are going to become more frail. They're going to lose reserve. They're going to lose more muscle mass, be at higher risk of sarcopenia. We know that they're going to have higher inflammatory markers. They're going to be more at risk for progression in arthritis, metabolic conditions, cardiovascular disease. Just think about what processes you're allowing to hasten on. What's going to happen to your client if you don't get on board? Team, super spicy, super pumped about this. Got a little impassioned about this. I'll be sharing the link to this study in the caption. Super cool. Lots to think about here. Would love to hear your thoughts. Would love to hear if you have any success stories of clients that you've been using, moderate to high intensity strength training, and what the results have been. 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