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The Greeks thought that a three-headed dog guarded the gates of Hell. Bill Whittle thinks that too. Cerberus is alive and well and right in front of our noses. After eight days without food, during a 15-day bout with COVID-19, Bill Whittle lost 16 pounds and his taste for sugar. He began to ask about the role of big business in making everything so sweet we can't stop eating it? It goes deeper. "The primary purpose of commercially funded clinal research", Harvard Medical School doctor John Abramson says, is not health, but "to maximize financial return on investment" for the big corporations. Are big business, big government, and big journalism natural enemies, or a unified manifestation of Cerberus — the three-headed dog that guards the gates of Hell? Bill Whittle's Moving Back to America is a production of our Members. Join us now when you click the big green button at https://BillWhittle.com . If you're not a joiner, but like what we're doing, click the big blue button to make a one-time or recurring contribution with PayPal or credit card.
In today’s episode, I speak with both Dr. Christopher Germer and Dr. Kristin Neff. Christopher Germer, PhD is a clinical psychologist and lecturer on psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He co-developed the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program with Kristin Neff in 2010 and they wrote two books, The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook and Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program. MSC has been taught to over 200,000 people worldwide. Kristin Neff is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is a pioneer in the field of self-compassion research, conducting the first empirical studies on self-compassion nearly twenty years ago. She is author of the bestselling book Self-Compassion, and her newest book is Fierce Self-Compassion: How Women Can Harness Kindness to Speak Up, Claim Their Power, and Thrive. We dive into the following and so much more: ✅ What self-compassion is in their words ✅ How self-compassion is different from self-esteem ✅ The steps to connect with yourself through the lens of self-compassion ✅ Why the idea of a “shared or common humanity” is so important in the work of self-compassion ✅ How they teach people this process Please tag us and tell us what you loved! You can follow @Gateways_To_Awakening on Instagram or Facebook if you’d like to stay connected.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “Risk of Developing Breast Reconstruction Complications: A Machine-Learning Nomogram for Individualized Risk Estimation with and without Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy” by Naoum, Ho, Shui, Salama, et al. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub
Dr. Adaira Landry is an Emergency Medicine physician, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, consultant, and published author. An advocate for greater diversity in medicine, Dr. Landry avoids the “toxic concept” of achieving perfection and, instead, uses self-compassion to navigate her packed schedule. Dr. Landry penned a viral article published in Vogue titled “One ER Doctor Reflects on a Career of Being the Only Black Person in the Room,” that ignited powerful conversation on the importance of representation in medicine and beyond. In this episode, Dr. Landry imparts valuable advice on how self-reflection can inform meaningful mentorship, discusses challenges and disparities she has encountered as a woman of color in the medical field, highlights why she does not identify with the term ‘imposter syndrome,' and shares how she “owns her day” by blocking off time for herself.
David Andrew Sinclair, PhD is an Australian biologist and professor of genetics. He is also a co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at Harvard Medical School, and is known for his research on aging with a focus on epigenetics. Time Stamps: 0:35:27 Podcast begins with David Sinclair 0:36:25 Is when we eat more important than what we eat? 0:38:45 What is the connection between time restrictive eating and longevity? 0:43:54 What causes us to age? 0:45:46 Epigenetic change. 0:52:03 What causes DNA breaks? 0:55:28 What plant foods create DNA breaks? 0:57:13 PARP enzymes 1:00:46 Where does NAD come from? How do we make it? What enzymes use it? 1:04:50 NAD recycling pathway. 1:12:13 Sirtuins. 1:24:14 What are the other longevity genes? (AMP kinase and mTOR) How are they connected to sirtuins? 1:31:50 Does being in a ketogenic state increase NAD? 1:40:30 Xenohormesis and plant molecules. 1:45:50 Resveratrol trials. 1:51:55 mTOR. 1:57:25 David's thoughts on animal protein. 2:04:03 Meat consumption in relation to the environment and regenerative agriculture. 2:11:28 Where to find David Sinclair. David's info: https://genetics.med.harvard.edu/sinc... https://lifespanbook.com/ Instagram: @davidsinclairphd Twitter: @davidasinclair Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: www.Whiteoakpastures.com, use code: CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order The Cold Plunge: TheColdPlunge.com, use code CarnivoreMD for $111 off your cold plunge Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/carnivoremd use code “CARNIVOREMD” to save $150 Sacred Hunting: www.sacredhunting.com/Paul for $250 off your hunt
In this episode, Dillon sits down with top neuroscientist Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett looking to answer the following questions; What is the role of your brain? How are emotions made? Are emotions prewired in our systems? How does uncertainty create brain fatigue? Hope you enjoy! -Team [P]Rehab Learn More About Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett Lisa Feldman Barrett is a University Distinguished Professor of psychology at Northeastern University with appointments at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School. She is among the top 1% most-cited scientists for her revolutionary research in psychology and neuroscience. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in neuroscience, an NIH Director's Pioneer Award for transformative research, the Mentor Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Association for Psychological Science (APS), and the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association (APA). She is an elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Society of Canada, and a number of other honorific societies. She is also a former president of the APS. She has testified before the US Congress, is the Chief Science Officer for the Center for Law, Brain and Behavior at MGH, and actively engages in informal science education for the public via popular books, articles and public lectures. She has authored two popular science books for the public: How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain, and more recently, Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain. Website: lisafeldmanbarrett.com Social accounts (Twitter): @LFeldmanBarrett Learn More About [P]Rehab Programs Connect with Team [P]Rehab email@example.com [P]Rehabbers thank you for listening and let us know what to talk about next. We hope to help you take control of your health through education! Did you enjoy this? Please rate, review, share, and subscribe. Every bit of feedback, comments, subscriptions, and sharing helps!!!
Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding is an epidemiologist and health economist and a Senior Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists in Washington DC, and Chief Health Economist for Microclinic International. He was previously a faculty and researcher at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Chan School of Public Health between 2004-2020, and an epidemiologist at the Brigham and Women's Hospital. In January 2020, he was recognized in the media as one of the first to alert the public on the pandemic risk of COVID-19. He focuses his efforts on analyzing COVID-19 trends, stop COVID-19 misinformation, advocate for public health, and improve health policy. Dr. Feigl-Ding's work focuses on the intersection of public health and public policy. He also currently works on social-network based behavioral interventions for prevention, drug safety, diabetes/obesity prevention, and public health programs in the US and globally. He has further expertise in designing and conducting randomized trials, systematic reviews, public health programs, and improving health policy. He was noted in his role as a whistleblower and leader of a key two-year-long investigation into the controversial drug safety and risk data of Vioxx®, Celebrex®, and Bextra® that drew FDA and national attention. Highlighted and express-published in JAMA, as corresponding joint-first author, he was also recognized for his role in the New York Times, and in the book Poison Pills: The Untold Story of the Vioxx Drug Scandal. A childhood survivor and cancer prevention advocate, he was called one of the ‘Facebook philanthropists‘, founding the 6 million member online Campaign for Cancer Prevention, featured in Newsweek magazine in 2007. In total online reach, he previously directed disease prevention advocacy platforms with over 10 million members on Facebook Causes. He led the first ever direct-to-science online crowdfunding initiative, fundraising over $500,000 (median public donation $15) for medical research, led a partnership with Brigham and Women's Hospital, and featured in the New York Times in 2009. In the aftermath of the Flint Water Crisis, he founded the first geo-social network and public alert system for drinking water toxic contamination, as featured in WIRED. He established the Toxin Alert Drinking Water Database with 500,000-locations nationwide for informing the public about water hazards in communities. For his work, he was awarded the 2017 Mark V. Anderson Leadership Award from Sigma Chi Foundation. Previously, during the 2014 Ebola pandemic, he led a team to co-develop one of the first mobile contact-tracing applications for infectious disease outbreaks. The project was shelved after lack of interest in pandemic prepardness technology. His early contact-tracing app's contributions lived on to inform the later designs of contact tracing apps developed during the COVID-19 outbreak. He has published in leading journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of the American Medical Association, The Lancet, and more. His 150+ publications have received 85,000 citations (H-Index 81). As a Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher, he was ranked in 2018 as among the Top 1% of all scientists worldwide, and named among the 186 top cited scholars across Harvard University. Altogether, his competitively awarded projects as PI/Director have received over $10 million in funding. A World Economic Forum Global Shaper, he has chaired committees for the Health Directorate of the European Commission, advised the World Health Organization, Denmark Ministry of Health, and served as a member of the Global Burden of Disease Project. He also advised and successfully convinced the C-suite leaders of a major Fortune 100 food/beverage company to adopt the WHO health recommendations for added sugars. He has also advised many governors, state legislators, members of Congress, and other world leaders. Dr. Feigl-Ding graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with Honors in Public Health and Phi Beta Kappa. He then completed his dual doctorate in epidemiology and his doctorate in nutrition separately, as the youngest graduate to complete his dual doctoral programs at age 23 from Harvard SPH. Concurrently with his postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard SPH, he studied medicine at Boston University School of Medicine for several years, until he left BUSM to become faculty at Harvard Medical School. Teaching at Harvard for over 15 years, he has advised and mentored two dozen students and lectured in more than a dozen graduate and undergraduate courses, for which he received the Derek Bok Distinction in Teaching Award from Harvard College.
A Replacement Heart, From A Pig This week, doctors reported that they had successfully transplanted a heart taken from a pig into a human being, a type of procedure known as xenotransplantation. The pig had been genetically modified to lack a certain protein thought to be responsible for organ rejection in previous transplant attempts. The patient, a 57 year-old man, will be monitored for any sign of rejection or infection with a porcine virus—but doctors are hopeful that the work will lead to further transplants and a new source of replacement organs for people. Science journalist Roxxane Kamsi joins Ira to talk about that and other stories from the week in science, including research into how antivirals work in people infected with HIV, the role of clothes dryers on microplastics pollution, a push to make the U.S. electric grid greener, and more. Omicron Sparks Surge In Pediatric Hospitalizations Omicron's rapid spread has many parents and caregivers of young children on edge. The most recent CDC data shows 5.3 cases per 100,000 children under four are hospitalized with COVID-19 in the United States, the highest number since the pandemic started. And kids under five still aren't eligible to be vaccinated. When word went out that we were going to answer questions about COVID and kids, we were flooded with questions from our listeners. To help answer some of those questions, and better understand how to keep our kids safe, Ira spoke with Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, pediatrician, and professor of global health and infectious diseases at Stanford University, and Dr. Rick Malley, infectious diseases specialist at Boston Children's Hospital and professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Ivermectin's False Reputation Exemplifies How Misinformation Spread Not a single scientific or health authority in the U.S. recommends the use of the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19. Still, some Americans see the unproven drug as a way out of the pandemic. Ivermectin is mostly used in large animals and is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for treating human conditions, including head lice and stomach worms. But across the country, demand for the drug has surged in recent months — leading to a spike in hospitalizations for human exposures to ivermectin. The drug is among the latest politically divisive public health issues unfolding across the country. The situation has fast-tracked conversations about the risks and benefits of publicizing research findings that have not yet been vetted by the scientific community. That's because much of the misinformation on ivermectin draws on insufficient data — some coming from low-quality studies, including ones that were retracted after further examination revealed problems and even potential fraud. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. A Massive New Find Of Icefish Found Near Antarctic The frigid waters near Antarctica are home to an unusual family of fishes collectively known as the icefish. They have translucent blood, white hearts, and have adapted to live without red blood cells or hemoglobin, relying instead on copper compounds that function better at low temperatures. Now, researchers mapping the floor of the Weddell Sea report in the journal Current Biology that they have spotted a massive colony of the unusual sea creatures—containing over 60 million icefish nests. “A few dozen nests have been observed elsewhere in the Antarctic, but this find is orders of magnitude larger,” said Autun Purser, of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany. Purser and his colleagues were mapping the seafloor of the Filchner ice shelf region, in an area of thermal upwelling, where there are slightly warmer temperatures. They found masses of icefish nests clumped close together as far as the eye can see, somewhat like a land-based colony of nesting penguins. Purser joins Ira to talk about the discovery, and what's known about the ultra-cold ecosystems of Antarctic seas.
This week, I'm sharing a special preview of the new season of The Happiness Lab. On The Happiness Lab, Dr. Laurie Santos shares evidence-based research that will challenge what you think it means to live a happy life. You'll hear inspiring and surprising stories that will make you think differently about your own happiness. This season, she's helping listeners navigate something most of us avoid: bad feelings. Many of us assume that we can only be happy if we push aside emotions like stress, sadness, and anger. But what if instead of suppressing our nastiest emotions, we could find power in them to improve our well-being? J Joining her are leading experts like Brené Brown and Adam Grant who share practical tips to put guilt, anxiety, and burnout to good use in 2022. In this preview, she talks to Harvard Medical School psychologist Susan David about why we choose to ignore negative feelings, and the definition of emotional agility. You can listen to more episodes of The Happiness Lab at: https://link.chtbl.com/mediationminishappiness Enjoy this special preview of the Happiness Lab!
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “Exercise after Breast Augmentation: A Randomized Controlled Trial” by Basile and Oliveira. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub
Power your health in 2022, increase your health span, and surround yourself with a supportive team of like-minded high performers. Learn more about and apply for our transformative How to Super Age: Mastermind Seminar and Group here: https://www.weareageist.com/how-to-super-age-a-mastermind-seminar-and-group-ii/ Is botox a toxin? What is the purpose of fillers? What does CoolSculpting do and what should we be aware of before doing it? What do we need to know about lasers? What are the cautions for doing more invasive facial resurfacing treatments? What new skincare treatments are on the horizon? What should we do every day for better skin? In what order should we apply our skincare? Kelly Stankiewicz, MD, FAAD is a board-certified dermatologist with a passion for all things skin. After graduating from medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine in 2006, Dr. Stankiewicz completed her dermatology residency at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in 2010 and a clinical fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and the Wellman Center for Photomedicine in lasers and cosmetic dermatology in 2011. She joins the SuperAge podcast to help us understand the world of dermatology. What should we be doing and what shouldn't we be doing? Dr. Stankiewicz recommends everyone to check in with a trusted doctor or esthetician to decide on your skin goals and needs. Categories of topical products that Dr. Stankiewicz recommends incorporating: daily sunscreen, antioxidants, exfoliants (retin-A, glycolic acid, etc.), growth/rejuvenating serums (peptides, smart molecules, etc.). “Number 1: sunscreen. If there's nothing else that you do, you must stay out of the sun. I hope everybody knows that by now.”“The cosmeceutical industry is huge. And anybody can sell anything.” “I would recommend to everybody to have a doctor or an esthetician who they truly trust to lead them in the right direction.”“I find that overdoing it can make you look old. Too much plastic surgery, too much filler, makes you look old. When you're chasing minor imperfections, that's when you can overdo it.” Listen to the SuperAge podcast wherever you get your pods.Connect with Dr. Kelly Stankiewicz: Website - https://thedermatologyhouse.com/meet-dr-kelly-stankiewicz/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thedermatologyhouse/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thedermatologyhouse/
Kindra Hall is a professional storyteller, and she sees the world through a lens of story. Many of these stories are full of gratitude for moments that would have otherwise been missed. Her newest book, Choose Your Story, Change Your Life launches on Jan 11, 2022, and we talk about how our personal stories shape the lives we live. We connect around our love for the Wizard of Oz and Kindra answers a question about storytelling that she's never been asked before! I get emotional when I share how one of Kindra's stories directly impacted my own life last year. Kindra Hall is President and Chief Storytelling Officer at Steller Collective, a consulting firm focused on the strategic application of storytelling to today's communication challenges. Kindra's message spans all industries, and her clients include Facebook, Hilton Hotels, Tyson Foods, Target, Berkshire Hathaway and Harvard Medical School. https://www.kindrahall.com/ https://www.kindrahall.com/books Free Gratitude Meditation download: http://bit.ly/GratitudeLoveLetter Visit my shop: https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/ Check out the podcast: https://wakeupwithgratitude.com/pages/podcast Post-production Audio by Paul Tedeschini https://campsite.bio/juliecmboyer https://www.tiktok.com/@wakeupwithgratitude
Dr. Raghu Kiran Appasani is an Integrative Psychiatrist, Neuroscientist, and Social Entrepreneur focused on bridging the gap between western and eastern practices to create a wholesome society by taking a proactive approach to health. He was born and raised in the Boston area, living in rural India with his grandparents for two formative years when he was young. His father, a biochemist at Harvard Medical School, opened up his labs for him to do research before going to Wesleyan to study neuroscience. He graduated from The University of Massachusetts with his Medical Doctorate in 2018, where he received the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award. He is currently the Chief Resident of Integrated Care Services at LA County + USC Medical Center and in private practice taking a holistic integrative approach to care. Dr. Appasani is the Chief Medical Officer at PYM Health, which stands for Prepare Your Mind. Partnering with Robin Williams' son, Zak Williams, PYM is the first neurotransmitter company focused on nutritional psychiatry through mood chews that target the body's neurotransmitter and amino acid levels to decrease anxiety and stress. Dr. Appasani is CEO of The MINDS Foundation, a mental health nonprofit he founded that has been globally recognized. Through his extensive scientific research, he's published over 35 peer-reviewed articles, edited five books, and is a sought-after speaker and writer on mental health, entrepreneurship, global health, and consciousness. Throughout his medical career, he's focused on the impact of mental health in physicians, developing initiatives at medical institutions to combat suicide and build resilience, working extensively with Graduate Medical Education leadership. Clinically, Dr. Appasani is trained in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma, Motivational Interviewing, Group Therapy, and Exposure Response Prevention. He's currently a Health Equity Scholar in the MAPS MDMA Psychotherapy Program. His clinical interests lie in mood disorders (depression, bipolar), addiction, anxiety disorders, OCD spectrum, eating disorders, trauma, and personality spectrum conditions. His passion lies at the intersection of mental health literacy, consciousness, global psychiatry, mindfulness, digital health, personalized medicine, psychedelics, wellness, and social entrepreneurship. Dr. Appasani believes that we all have mental health and therefore believes that healing occurs through the integration of psychotherapy, medication management, supplementation with natural sources, nutrition, and physical fitness. Above all else, he believes building community is very important in his own and everyone's healing journey. SHOW NOTE LINKS: MINDS Foundation PYM- Mood Chews Dr. Raghu Appasani on Instagram Dr. Raghu Appasani on Facebook CONNECT WITH US! *Dear Family, Podcast Page *Write Now Rachel Website *Rachel's Blog @Medium *Rachel's Twitter *Facebook *Instagram PLEASE JOIN: *Dear Family Members, the Private Facebook Group WAYS TO HELP THE PODCAST: *PLEASE Leave a 5-Star Review and Subscribe! Thank you! Your support means the world to me. Wishing you love, happiness, and good mental health always.
Dr. Lucy McBride is a practicing internist in Washington, D.C., who believes that mental and physical health are inseparable. Dr. McBride graduated from Princeton University and attended Harvard Medical School. She did her medical training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. A native Washingtonian, she is married with three teenage kids. Website : https://lucymcbride.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/drlucymcbride Instagram: https://instagram.com/drlucymcbride Twitter: https://twitter.com/drlucymcbride Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation ( https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/FirstLadyOfLove). SPONSORS • BLUE MICS – After more than 30 years in broadcasting, Dr. Drew's iconic voice has reached pristine clarity through Blue Microphones. But you don't need a fancy studio to sound great with Blue's lineup: ranging from high-quality USB mics like the Yeti, to studio-grade XLR mics like Dr. Drew's Blueberry. Find your best sound at https://drdrew.com/blue • HYDRALYTE – “In my opinion, the best oral rehydration product on the market.” Dr. Drew recommends Hydralyte's easy-to-use packets of fast-absorbing electrolytes. Learn more about Hydralyte and use DRDREW25 at checkout for a special discount at https://drdrew.com/hydralyte • ELGATO – Every week, Dr. Drew broadcasts live shows from his home studio under soft, clean lighting from Elgato's Key Lights. From the control room, the producers manage Dr. Drew's streams with a Stream Deck XL, and ingest HD video with a Camlink 4K. Add a professional touch to your streams or Zoom calls with Elgato. See how Elgato's lights transformed Dr. Drew's set: https://drdrew.com/sponsors/elgato/ THE SHOW: For over 30 years, Dr. Drew Pinsky has taken calls from all corners of the globe, answering thousands of questions from teens and young adults. To millions, he is a beacon of truth, integrity, fairness, and common sense. Now, after decades of hosting Loveline and multiple hit TV shows – including Celebrity Rehab, Teen Mom OG, Lifechangers, and more – Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world by streaming LIVE from his home studio in California. On Ask Dr. Drew, no question is too extreme or embarrassing because the Dr. has heard it all. Don't hold in your deepest, darkest questions any longer. Ask Dr. Drew and get real answers today. This show is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All information exchanged during participation in this program, including interactions with DrDrew.com and any affiliated websites, are intended for educational and/or entertainment purposes only.
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Dr. Bartolome Celli, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and the Director of the COPD Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts joins the podcast to discuss topics in COPD and pulmonary medicine in this PV Roundup specialist spotlight.
In today's episode, Dr. Alaska Pendleton and Dr. Anahita Dua discuss vascular lab pearls for your VSITE exam and the RPVI. Dr. Alaska Pendleton is a third year resident in the Integrated Vascular Surgery Residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital completing her second year of research. Dr. Anahita Dua is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and a vascular surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is also director of the Vascular Laboratory and co-director of the Peripheral Arterial Disease Center there. Episode created by Alaska Pendleton MD and Anahita Dua MD. Edited by Matthew Smith MD PhD Reviewed by Sharif Ellozy MD If you enjoy our content, please contribute to Support Audible Bleeding! Help us improve through our Listener Survey! Follow us on Twitter: @AudibleBleeding
On several previous episodes of Fast Talk, we have discussed the structural and biochemical changes that take place through the process of adaptation—through training. Today we're going to address one of the most important and interesting structural changes, something called exercise-induced cardiac remodeling. As you train, your heart changes: This remodeling includes things like increases in chamber volume and muscle wall hypertrophy. Of course, these changes don't happen after one set of intervals, so today we'll discuss how long they take, and how quickly they are lost if you detrain or stop training because of injury. We'll also explore both the performance changes and health consequences of this remodeling. We're excited to be joined today by two leading experts in this area of research and clinical practice, Dr. Bradley Petek and Dr. Timothy Churchill. Dr. Petek is a cardiology fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and one of the authors of the journal article entitled “Cardiac effects of detraining in athletes: a narrative review” that you'll hear us refer to in the show. And Dr. Churchill is a cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He is a member of that hospital's Cardiovascular Performance Program, where he studies cardiovascular adaptations to exercise as they apply to health, disease, and human performance. We'll also hear from coach Julie Young to get her sense of how this remodeling effects physiology testing. We'll also hear from coaches Julie Young and Jared Berg to get their understanding of how cardiac remodeling effects athletes of all abilities. Let's make you fast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Did you know that the scent of lavender is supposed to be calming? It may be the scent of trust, as well. This episode begins by explaining how lavender can make you appear to be more trustworthy – and why it works. http://rd.com/advice/relationships/habits-make-people-trust/ Who doesn't have things to do that never seem to get done? We all have trips we want to take or goals we want to accomplish but we never seem to get around to doing them. So why is that? Sam Horn author of the book Someday is Not a Day in the Week (https://amzn.to/3zheXUt) joins me to explain why people procrastinate on important goals we set and she offers a simple and powerful way to stop putting things off so we can get them done. Why is it that some people can walk into a room and take control? How do those people send those signals that get people to pay attention? A lot of it turns out to be body language and I'll explain how you can do it too. http://www.businessinsider.com/tricks-for-reading-peoples-body-language-2016-3 Can the foods you eat actually target certain diseases? There is some fascinating evidence that 200 specific foods can actually do just that according to physician Dr. William Li. Dr. Li has served on the faculties of Harvard Medical School, Tufts University, and Dartmouth Medical School. Dr Li is author of the book Eat to Beat Disease (https://amzn.to/2IjehXk). Listen as he explains the fascinating research that shows exactly which foods to eat that can help fight off disease. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Check out Squarespace.com for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch, go to https://squarespace.com/SOMETHING to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Get a $75 CREDIT at https://Indeed.com/Something Truebill is the smartest way to manage your finances. The average person saves $720 per year with Truebill. Get started today at https://Truebill.com/SYSK Take control of your finances and start saving today! To see the all new Lexus NX and to discover everything it was designed to do for you, visit https://Lexus.com/NX https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “An Analysis of the Modified Five-Item Frailty Index for Predicting Complications following Free Flap Breast Reconstruction” by Magno-Pardon, Luo, Carter, et al. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub
[00:30] Ballot Harvesting in Georgia on Nov. 3, 2020 (19 minutes)A whistle-blower in Georgia recently revealed that he was paid $10 per ballot to harvest ballots in the Atlanta, Georgia, area prior to the presidential election and Senate runoff. Ballot harvesting is illegal in Georgia and now the state has opened up an investigation into the massive scheme involving upward of 200 “ballot harvesters” who collected ballots and dumped them in Atlanta-area drop boxes in the middle of the night in the days leading up to each election. [19:30] Pandemic of the Vaccinated (15 minutes)According to a new study from Germany, nearly 80 percent of reported omicron cases in Germany occurred in fully vaccinated individuals. The National Pulse wrote, “Four thousand and twenty people who reported contracting omicron in the study—which equates to 95.6 percent of total cases—had received at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccines.” Contrary to what Joe Biden said just yesterday, the real pandemic is not of the unvaccinated, but of the vaccinated. [34:15] Mass Formation Psychosis (20 minutes)Robert Malone, a doctor who has spent some 35 years studying at or working with the University of California, Harvard Medical School, EpiVax and other medical institutes, including the Untied States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, has strongly warned parents against vaccinating their children. Yet the ruling class and their allies in the legacy media insist that the everyone get the jab—children included. Malone has referred to this phenomenon as mass formation psychosis. Over the years at the Trumpet, we have called this a dangerous new age of will worship.
In this episode, Dr. David Sinclair and co-host Matthew LaPlante discuss why we age. In doing so, they discuss organisms that have extreme longevity, the genes that control aging (mTOR, AMPK, Sirtuins), the role of sirtuin proteins as epigenetic regulators of aging, the process of "ex-differentiation" in which cells begin to lose their identity, and how all of this makes up the "Information Theory of Aging", and the difference between "biological age" and "chronological age" and how we can measure biological age through DNA methylation clocks. Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - https://athleticgreens.com/sinclair InsideTracker - https://insidetracker.com/sinclair Levels - https://levels.link/sinclair Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/davidsinclair Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/davidsinclairphd Twitter - https://twitter.com/davidasinclair Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/davidsinclairphd Timestamps: (00:00:00) Introduction (00:03:14) Goal of the Lifespan Podcast (00:07:11) Acknowledgement of Sponsors (00:10:45) Aging is a Controllable Process that can be Slowed & Reversed (00:16:42) Organisms with Extreme Longevity (00:21:47) Genes that Regulate Aging: mTOR, AMPK, Sirtuins (00:21:55) mTOR & Rapamycin (00:24:33) AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) & Metformin (00:30:57) Sirtuin Proteins as Epigenetic Regulators of Aging (00:35:33) Ex-Differentiation (00:43:30) Measuring Aging - Biological Age vs. Chronological Age (00:49:30) "No Law That Says We Have To Age" (00:50:33) Episode Summary & Key Takeaways - Why Do We Age? (00:54:00) Information Theory of Aging (00:57:59) Aging is a Medical Condition (01:01:00) Aging Myths - Telomeres & Antioxidants (01:01:55) Options for Subscription and Support Links: Weapon fragments in bowhead whales Rapamycin extends lifespan in mice Targeting Aging with Metformin (TAME) Trial Metformin improves healthspan and lifespan in mice Metformin reduces all-cause mortality Reprogramming to restore vision DNA methylation age Genome-wide methylation profiles & human aging rates Reversal of epigenetic aging in humans Danish twins study Please note that Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair is distinct from Dr. Sinclair's teaching and research roles at Harvard Medical School. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.
I am honored to share the first episode of the new podcast, Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair. Dr. Sinclair is a professor of genetics Harvard Medical School. He is also the co-director of Harvard Medical School's Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research. David is both a friend and a colleague, and I am delighted to have helped him in the creation of this new podcast. It will be an 8-episode series that provides a deep dive into the science behind why we age and the newest research on what we can do to slow, stop and even reverse aging. While we have Episode 1 of the Lifespan podcast here, please be sure to navigate over to the Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair podcast channel to subscribe. New episodes will come out every Wednesday for the next 8 weeks. I am certain that you will both enjoy it and learn from it. Show notes for this episode can be found on the Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair podcast channel. More on that here: https://lifespanpodcast.com
If you have unexplained infertility, what are your chances of ultimately having a baby—either through infertility treatment or natural conception? We talk with Dr. Denis Vaughan, a board-certified Reproductive Endocrinologist at Boston IVF and a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He was the principal investigator on the study "Long-term reproductive outcomes in patients with unexplained infertility". In this episode, we cover:What year was the original FASTT trial and what were the findings?What is unexplained infertility and how common is it?Did most of the women try to conceive after the original FASTT trial?How did the women who agree to participate in this follow-up study compare to the original FASTT participants? Was there a difference between those who participated in the follow-up and those who did not?What percentage of the women were successful at conception with IUI? IVF? Natural conception?What percentage tried to conceive with donor egg?What percentage adopted?If the woman had conceived via fertility treatment in the original FASTT trial is she more likely to conceive successfully in the future?Some speculate that a signiﬁcant proportion of unexplained infertility is due to un-diagnosed endometriosis. Did this follow-up study shed light on that question?Did many of the women after the original FASTT study receive a more definitive diagnosis of why they were not able to conceive?What did the study show about patient satisfaction with their family building process and ultimate family size?What did we learn about conception with unexplained infertility as a result of the follow-up to the FASTT study?This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire infertility patients and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the show (https://creatingafamily.org/donation/)
Hi, last week I fell down a flight of stairs. Then I went to the hospital. Then I emailed Dr. Mary Alexis Iaccarino, a Harvard Medical School professor and specialist in rehabilitation from traumatic brain injuries. I asked her all about what happens during a concussion, when to be worried, how long it takes to heal, when a person should get their ass to a hospital, what a brain scan can tell us about a head injury, what it CAN'T tell us about a head injury, if you can fall asleep after a head injury, and the differences between mTBI, TBI, SRC, CTE and even ATGATT. Plus, bike helmets, Natasha Richardson, fruit fly role models and some truly infuriating statistics on who gets mTBI treatment and who doesn't. And stay tuned later this week for a bonus episode on what happens when bighorn sheep bash their skulls together. Follow Dr. Mary Alexis Iaccarino at Twitter.com/IaccarinoMDMore links at alieward.com/ologies/neuropathologyA donation was made to HomeBase.orgSponsors of Ologies: alieward.com/ologies-sponsorsTranscripts & bleeped episodes at: alieward.com/ologies-extrasBecome a patron of Ologies for as little as a buck a month: www.Patreon.com/ologiesOlogiesMerch.com has hats, shirts, pins, totes and now… MASKS. Hi. Yes. Follow twitter.com/ologies or instagram.com/ologiesFollow twitter.com/AlieWard or instagram.com/AlieWardSound editing by Jarrett Sleeper of MindJam Media & Steven Ray MorrisTranscripts by Emily White of www.thewordary.com/Website by Kelly R. Dwyer https://www.kellyrdwyer.com/photo
This week Dr. Hallowell had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Beth Frates. Dr. Frates is a trained physiatrist and health and wellness coach who practices lifestyle medicine, helping individuals and groups to adopt healthy habits for a lifetime. She was recently voted the President Elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine which is the largest growing medical specialty society and now has over 7,000 members. Teaching is a passion for Dr. Frates, and she is an award winning teacher at both Harvard Medical School and Harvard Extension school where she teaches lifestyle medicine courses. Writing is another focus of Dr. Frates's work and she has co-authored three books, Life After Stroke: The Guide to Recovering Your Health and Preventing a Second Stroke, The Lifestyle Medicine Handbook: An Introduction to the Power of Healthy Habits and most recently PAVING the Path to Wellness: A Guide to Thriving with a Healthy Body, Peaceful Mind, and Joyful Heart. She and Dr. Hallowell engage in a lively conversation that includes discussions about her background in lifestyle medicine/wellness, her writing, and how she uses her difference to not only help herself, but help others as well.
This is a very special episode, featuring Dr. Raj Anand, a retired cardiologist, inventor, and author. Dr. Raj Anand has so much to share from his life experiences and the wisdom he has gained on his incredible journey. Not only has Dr. Raj Anand accomplished so much in his lifetime, but he shares many fascinating stories in this podcast from his life. Some of them are emotional, and listening to Dr. Raj Anand in this episode is truly touching. Dr. Raj Anand was raised in India and is a survivor from the hostile time when part of India was being separated to become Pakistan. He remained in India with his family until 1963, after getting married and finishing graduate school. He knew he wanted to become a doctor. The story of how he was offered a scholarship to Harvard Medical School is truly breathtaking, especially when he talks about almost losing the opportunity due to a request from the Indian government for him to return. Aside from all these amazing stories, Dr. Raj Anand has some rich information to share based on his knowledge of health and disease. His philosophy is based not only on diet but also on lifestyle. He is now 86 and certainly has some potent information to share on the secrets to longevity and heart health. Listen in on this episode, and you will receive scientific advice from one of the top experts on how to live well and live healthily. Check out Dr. Raj Anand's website, www.rajkanand.com, and there you can find his book, “Healthy Diet and Mindfulness to Prevent Coronary Heart Disease.” On his website, you can also find other podcast episodes he is featured on to learn more from his wisdom on life and health. Aloha! Did you enjoy this episode?Please subscribe and leave a review on:AppleSpotifyGooglePandoraiHeartRadio
Happy New Year! To start off 2022, this week's episode of Ask Dr Jessica features Dr Nina Shapiro. As a parent, have you ever struggled explaining to your children why it is important to do healthy things they don't want to do? For example, going to sleep early, or eating fruits and vegetables, or getting vaccinations? Dr. Shapiro recently wrote a book called "The ultimate kids' guide to being super healthy“, a book for children to help explain the importance of being healthy. We discuss health topics covered in her book, such as the importance of sleep, eating a healthy diet, how to take medication, why vaccinations are important and much more. I think parents will find this information really helpful!Dr Nina Shapiro is a very impressive physician to say the least. She is currently the director of pediatric otolaryngology at UCLA. She also graduated from Cornell University and Harvard Medical School. In the last few years, she has authored two books —“Hype” and most recently “The ultimate kids' guide to being super healthy.“ Dr Shapiro has been a regular guest on the show "The Doctors" and her work has also been featured in the LA Times, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal. To learn more about Dr Shapiro, be sure and check out her website: http://drninashapiro.com.Thank you for listening to this week's episode of Ask Dr Jessica! Dr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Most of her educational videos are targeted towards general pediatric topics and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do you have a question you want Dr. Jessica to answer? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.askdrjessicamd.comFollow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaPlease note this channel does not take the place of advice from your own medical doctor. If you have any medical concerns, please seek medical attention.
Uncomfortable emotions such as anger, guilt or loneliness are like the guiding beam of a lighthouse - they warn you of dangers ahead and help you navigate a meaningful life more effectively. Harvard Medical School psychologist Susan David tells Dr Laurie Santos why many of us choose to ignore negative feelings or suppress them - when we should be engaging with them in a way that helps us understand what is going wrong in our lives and what we need to do to fix things and find greater happiness. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dr. Macrene Alexiades holds three Harvard degrees, a BA in Biology, an MD and a PhD in Genetics; 25+ year research background; and runs her own esteemed Park Avenue private practice in dermatology and laser surgery, a research clinic, and a lab focusing on anti-aging skin care, acne, skin cancer, and lasers. She is an artist and sculptor and uses injectables to achieve a natural look in her patients. M.D., Ph.D. received her three degrees from Harvard University: a B.A. from Harvard University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and awarded the Fay Prize, the highest undergraduate honor; a M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and a Ph.D. in Geneticsfrom Harvard University. She is Associate Clinical Professor at Yale University and Adjunct Professor at Sigros Hospital, University of Athens. She was a Fulbright Scholar with a research award year in Europe. At Harvard, she excelled in portrait art and sculpture, but ultimately chose medicine and science, and was profiled in The New York Times and Vogue for her artistic skills in dermatology, injections and lasers. In medical school, she was honored with the Harvard Medical School Dean's Report and the Paul Dudley White Award. In graduate school, she received grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Eye Institute and Radcliffe College. As Chief Dermatology Resident at New York University School of Medicine, she was awarded the Husik Prize. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and American Society for Laser Medicine (ASLMS) and Surgery and a Goldman Circle Member. She has achieved the rare status of Double Board-Certification in Dermatology in the European Union as well as the U.S. She is a Castle Connolly Top Doctor, New York Magazine Top Doctor and featured in numerous Who's Who awards. She serves on numerous medical boards, conducts FDA clinical trials for Allergan and research for Lancome among many other pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies. She recently was awarded the Richard E. Fitzpatrick Award, the top laser prize for her research at ASLMS. She is Assistant Editor for the journal Dermatologic Surgery and Senior Associate Editor for the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, and Editor & Reviewer for over 15 journals, including The New England Journal of Medicine, JAAD, JAMA Dermatology, Journal of Lasers in Medicine and Surgery, Journal of Cosmetic Surgery, British Journal of Dermatology and the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. She has served as Chair of Research for the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Guest Editor-in-Chief of the Annual Laser Issue for the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, and has been extensively biographed in Who's Who and recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award and Industry Leaders Award.. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/support
Sleep problems are a common symptom for people with borderline personality disorder. Symptoms include insomnia, excessive sleepiness and fatigue, vivid and distressing dreams. To better understand borderline personality disorder, how it impacts sleep and treatment approaches, we spoke with Ass Prof Blaise Aguirre, child and adolescent psychiatrist from McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston. Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk - Talking all things sleep. Leave a review and subscribe via Apple Podcasts Audio Timeline / Chapters: 00:00 - 27:04 Theme - Boderline Personality Disorder 27:04 - 28:04 Clinical Tip 28:04 - 31:59 Pick of the Month 31:59 - 33:42 What's Coming Up? Next episode: Long COVID Links mentioned in the podcast: Blaise Aguirre's Bio The application of mindfulness in treatment of borderline personality disorder – Video Mindfulness for Borderline Personality Disorder - Book DBT for Dummies - Book Overcoming Insomnia - Book Stepped care for insomnia - Journal article Philips CPAP product defect - Philips website See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
自己組織化することで伸長する性質を持つタンパク質を応用することで、細胞内で起きた現象を一細胞レベルでレコーディングし、そしてその情報を顕微鏡を用いることで読み出すことができる手法を開発した2本の論文について紹介しました。Show notes Linghu et al., BioRxiv (2021) … “Recording of cellular physiological histories along optically readable self-assembling protein chains” Lin et al., BioRxiv (2021) … “Time-tagged ticker tapes for intracellular recordings” 02138, 02139, 02115 … アメリカのZip code、すなわち日本の郵便番号。これを知っていると論文と研究の地理感がよりよくわかる。02138はHarvard University、02139はMIT、02115はHarvard Medical School Ed Boyden Karl Deisseroth … Optogeneticsの開発者。Ed BoydenとCRISPRを用いたgenome editingで有名なFeng ZhangはKarlのラボ出身。 optogenetics Fei Chen … Ed BoydenラボでExpasion microscopyを開発。今ゴリゴリの若手。 Expansion microscopy (Science 2015) … Fei ChenとEd BoydenのExpansion microscopy論文 清華大学 … 中国の最強大学の一つ。 Linghu et al., Cell 2020 … “Spatial Multiplexing of Fluorescent Reporters for Imaging Signaling Network Dynamics “: Linghuの一つ前の論文。こちらも自己組織化するタンパク質を用いた細胞内レコーディング、通称signaling reporter islands (SiRIs)の開発論文 Adam Cohen … こーへんじゃなくて普通にかんがえてコーエンですよね… Luke Lavis … 化学のバックグラウンドを生かした、蛍光dyeの開発をもりもり行っている。 David Baker … タンパク質デザインの巨匠 Baskaran et al., Nature Communications (2015) … “An in cellulo-derived structure of PAK4 in complex with its inhibitor Inka1”: iPAK4の元になった論文。オリジナルの論文ではiPAK4という名前は使われていない。すでに如意棒感があるフィギュアがちらほら。 Zamft et al., PloS One (2012) … “Measuring Cation Dependent DNA Polymerase Fidelity Landscapes by Deep Sequencing”: DNA polymeraseの特性を活かした細胞内レコーディングの論文。Ed Boyden + George Church Editorial notes このアイデアの行く末を見守ります。(soh) 面白い発想の論文はいいですね。(tadasu)
Dr. Kristine Klussman shares two short posts covering whether or not you're disconnecting from life, and how to sleep your way to greater connection Episode 2210: Numbing vs Relaxing: Are You Disconnecting from Life AND Sleep Your Way To Greater Connection by Kristine Klussman Kristine Klussman specialized in Health Psychology (Behavioral Medicine) at Harvard Medical School, then founded and ran the Health Psychology program and post-doctoral training programs at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. She found her work with cancer and cardiac patients inspiring, uplifiting, and humbling. She found so many of those going through life-threatening illness were - sometimes for the first time in their lives - absolutely clear what truly mattered to them: authenticity and connection. In 2016, she founded a non-profit to focus full-time on trying to understand, explain and teach what she now believes is the single most meaningful and rewarding aspect of our existence. The original post is located here: https://www.kristineklussman.com/numbing-vs-relaxing/ & https://www.kristineklussman.com/sleep-your-way-to-greater-connection/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Sara Gottfried, New York Times best-selling author of numerous books geared to empower women with the information they need to live healthier lives joins us to shed light on the relationship between our hormones and food. We discuss her most recent book, Women, Food, and Hormones: A 4-Week Plan to Achieve Hormonal Balance, Lose Weight, and Feel Like Yourself Again. If you want to understand your hormones and how to be healthy, strong, and to create balance in your life – you are going to love this conversation! All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/162. While on the show notes page, I'd love for you to join our community. You'll receive more inspiration and tips to love yourself and your life. You'll get a FREE copy of Michele's Book, Design a Life You Love. WHAT WE DISCUSS: 1️⃣ What is precision medicine and why it is way she practices medicine. 2️⃣ How healthcare should focus more on personalization and bio-individuality, rather than focus on the population, which is the medicine of the average. 3️⃣ Why women need to demand better care and ask doctors to look at root cause. 4️⃣ Why we need to eat in a way that regulates our hormones, from insulin to estrogen. 5️⃣ How anxiety and depression can be impacted by hormones being out of balance. 6️⃣ Why classic keto doesn't work for many women. 7️⃣ The Gottfried Protocol and how to approach eating for metabolic health. 8️⃣ The important role testosterone plays in women's health. 9️⃣ Dr. Gottfried's daily morning routine and one thing not to do to begin your day, and much more! RESOURCES MENTIONED Website: Dr. Gottfried's website with more resources Book: Women, Food, and Hormones – Book Instagram: Dr. Gottfried Integrative Practice: Dr. Gottfried Michele on Instagram MORE ABOUT DR SARA GOTTFRIED: Sara Gottfried, MD is a board-certified physician, researcher, educator, and NYT bestselling author. She graduated from Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and completed residency at the University of California at San Francisco. Over the past 25 years, Dr. Gottfried has seen more than 25,000 patients and specializes in identifying the underlying cause of her patients' conditions to achieve true and lasting health transformations, not just symptom management.Dr. Gottfried is a global keynote speaker who practices evidence-based integrative, functional, and precision medicine. She is Clinical Assistant Professor in Dept. of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, and Director of Precision Medicine at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health.Her three New York Times bestselling books include: The Hormone Cure, The Hormone Reset Diet, and Younger. Her new book just came out in September 2021, called Women, Food, and Hormones. Learn more at SaraGottfriedMD.com
Joe and Amy sit down with Dr. Peter Grinspoon, primary care physician, cannabis specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He is also the author of the memoir ‘Free Refills: A Doctor Confronts His Addiction'. We discuss his own addiction, cannabis, his take on 12 step and why there aren't earlier interventions and less punitive routes for doctors facing SUD.
Lisa is joined once again by Dr. Tishler is a Cannabinoid Specialist. Today they talk about the best ways to take cannabis and it's benefit for sexual health. Through his training in Internal Medicine and years of practice as an Emergency Physician, Dr. Tishler brings his knowledge, reason, and caring to patients here at inhaleMD, and through his advocacy work at the local and national levels.Dr. Tishler graduated from both Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, trained at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, and is faculty at both the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has spent many years working with the underserved, particularly providing care for Veterans. Having treated countless patients harmed by alcohol and drugs, his observation that he had never seen a cannabis overdose led Dr. Tishler to delve deeply into the science of cannabinoids' safety and treatment.Dr. Tishler is a frequent speaker and author on a variety of topics related to the medical applications of cannabinoids. He is the President of the Association of Cannabinoid Specialists which aims to educate clinicians, lawmakers, and the industry about best practices and needed tools for proper patient care.
In this episode of Ask Dr Jessica, Dr Jessica Hochman talks with Child Psychiatrist, Dr Carl Fleisher about childhood anxiety. They also discuss questions such as—when should a parent seek help from a child psychiatrist? If a child sees a child psychiatrist does this mean they will advised to take medication? What kind of strategies do child psychiatrists use to help children with anxiety?Dr Fleisher's recommended resources:www.childmind.org www.aacap.orgwww.findcbt.org (to find a therapist)Dr. Fleisher is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His academic focus is on borderline personality disorder (BPD), mentalizing and attachment. Dr Fleisher works in private practice in Beverly Hills. He is also the Medical Director of the Boston Child Study Center Los Angeles. Lastly, Dr. Fleisher serves as Head of Clinical for Reflect, a service that helps match people with the right therapist.Dr. Fleisher attended Harvard Medical School, then completed his residency and fellowship training at UCLA. Dr Fleisher has contributed to two books about BPD and is an author of the upcoming first release of the handbook for Good Psychiatric Management of BPD in adolescents.You can find Dr Fleisher's Reflect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reflect-incDr Jessica Hochman is a board certified pediatrician, mom to three children, and she is very passionate about the health and well being of children. Do you have a question you want Dr. Jessica to answer? Send an email to: email@example.com. For more Ask Dr Jessica content:Website: https://www.askdrjessicamd.com/Subscribe to her mailing list on her website!Follow her on Instagram: @AskDrJessicaSubscribe to her YouTube channel! Ask Dr JessicaSubscribe to this podcast: Ask Dr JessicaPlease note this channel does not take the place of advice from your own medical doctor. If you have any medical concerns, please seek medical attention.
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. David Sinclair, tenured Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and an expert researcher in the field of longevity. Dr. Sinclair is also the author of the book Lifespan: Why We Age & Why We Don't Have To, and the host of the Lifespan Podcast, which launches January 5, 2022. In this interview, we discuss the cellular and molecular mechanisms of aging and what we all can do to slow or reverse the aging process. We discuss fasting and supplementation with resveratrol, NAD, metformin, and NMN. We also discuss the use of caffeine, exercise, cold exposure, and why excessive iron load is bad for us. We discuss food choices for offsetting aging and promoting autophagy (clearance of dead cells). And we discuss the key blood markers everyone should monitor to determine your biological versus chronological age. We also discuss the future of longevity research and technology. This episode includes lots of basic science and specific, actionable protocols, right down to the details of what to do and when. By the end, you will have in-depth knowledge of the biology of aging and how to offset it. Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman Dr. David Sinclair Links: Lifespan Podcast: https://lifespanpodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidasinclair Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidsinclairphd/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/davidsinclairpodcast Lifespan (book): https://amzn.to/3mAZQjF Aging Test Waitlist: https://www.doctorsinclair.com Harvard Lab Website: https://sinclair.hms.harvard.edu Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network Timestamps: 00:00:00 Dr. David Sinclair, Harvard Medical School 00:03:30 ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:07:45 “Aging as a Disease” vs. Longevity & Anti-Aging 00:10:23 What Causes Aging? The Epigenome 00:15:53 Cosmetic Aging 00:17:15 Development Never Stops, Horvath Clock 00:20:12 Puberty Rate as a Determinant of Aging Rate 00:23:00 Fasting, Hunger & Food Choices 00:32:44 Fasting Schedules, Long Fasts, (Macro)Autophagy 00:34:50 Caffeine, Electrolytes 00:35:56 Blood Glucose & the Sirtuins; mTOR 00:37:55 Amino Acids: Leucine, “Pulsing” 00:44:35 Metformin, Berberine 00:50:29 Resveratrol, Wine 00:53:20 What Breaks a Fast? 00:56:45 Resveratrol, NAD, NMN, NR; Dosage, Timing 01:09:10 Are Artificial Sweeteners Bad for Us? 01:12:04 Iron Load & Aging 01:15:05 Blood Work Analysis 01:19:37 C-Reactive Protein, Cholesterol: Serum & Dietary 01:26:02 Amino Acids, Plants, Antioxidants 01:33:45 Behaviors That Extend Lifespan, Testosterone, Estrogen 01:40:35 Neuroplasticity & Neural Repair 01:46:19 Ice Baths, Cold Showers, “Metabolic Winter” 01:48:07 Obesity & How It Accelerates Aging, GnRH 01:52:10 Methylation, Methylene Blue, Cigarettes 01:56:17 X-Rays 01:59:00 Public Science Education, Personal Health 02:05:40 The Sinclair Test You Can Take: www.doctorsinclair.com 02:08:13 Zero-Cost Support & Resources, Sponsors, Patreon, Supplements, Instagram Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed. Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com
About this episode Today Mariah talks with Dr. Ronald Epstein about mindfulness and the impact it can have on your mental and physical well being as well as how students can use it to create a better environment for themselves and the next generation of physicians. Today's guest Dr. Ronald Epstein is an internationally recognized physician, educator, researcher and writer. He has published groundbreaking research into communication in medical settings and developed innovative educational programs that promote mindfulness, communication and self-awareness. His over 300 scholarly articles and his book, Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness and Humanity, show how health professionals can flourish, building strong connections with patients and colleagues, optimize the care they provide and become more resilient. Dr. Epstein co-directs the Center for Communication and Disparities Research and Mindful Practice in Medicine Programs at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry where he is Professor of Family Medicine, Oncology and Medicine (Palliative Care). A graduate of Wesleyan University and Harvard Medical School, he is recipient of numerous lifetime achievement awards relating to communication and humanism, a Fulbright fellowship in Barcelona, fellowships at the University of Sydney and the Brocher Foundation in Geneva, and the American Cancer Society's highest award, the Clinical Research Professorship. Dr. Epstein's website Study on the go for free! Download the Audio QBank by InsideTheBoards for free on iOS or Android. If you want to upgrade, you can save money on a premium subscription by customizing your plan until your test date on our website! Our other podcasts: Crush Step 1 Step 2 Secrets Physiology by Physeo Step 1 Success Stories The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast The InsideTheBoards Podcast Beyond the Pearls The Dr. Raj Podcast The Health Beat Produced by Ars Longa Media To learn more about us and this podcast, visit arslonga.media. You can leave feedback or suggestions at arslonga.media/contact or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Produced by: Christopher Breitigan and Madison Linden. Executive Producer: Patrick C. Beeman, MD Legal Stuff InsideTheBoards is not affiliated with the NBME, USMLE, COMLEX, or any professional licensing body. InsideTheBoards and its partners fully adhere to the policies on irregular conduct outlined by the aforementioned credentialing bodies. The information presented in this podcast is intended for educational purposes only and should not be construed as professional or medical advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How The Koch Network Hijacked The War On Covid Center for Media and Democracy exposedbycmd.org- PRWatch prwatch.org- SourceWatch sourcewatch.o rg Bio: Alex is an investigative reporter with the Center for Media and Democracy. A campaign finance expert, Alex helped launch money-in-politics website Sludge, and his work has been published by more than two dozen media outlets including The American Prospect, The Nation, and Vice.com. David Armiak-608-515-4040David is research director for the Center for Media and Democracy. CMD is a nationally recognized government and corporate watchdog that leads in-depth investigations into the corruption that undermines our democracy, environment, and economic prosperity. CMD's groundbreaking exposés are featured on the blog ExposedbyCMD.org. CMD also publishes SourceWatch, an encyclopedia of corporations, corporate special interest groups and their leaders; and specialized investigative websites, including ALECExposed.org. This story was produced in partnership with The Daily Poster. Earlier this month, as the Omicron variant began to spread, a small liberal arts school on a tree-lined campus in Michigan called Hillsdale College announced it was launching an Academy for Science and Freedom to “educate the American people about the free exchange of scientific ideas and the proper relationship between freedom and science in the pursuit of truth.” The academy was inspired by the pandemic. “As we reflect on the worst public health fiasco in history, our pandemic response has unveiled serious issues with how science is administered,” noted the college president in a press release. But the venture isn't exactly an effort to apply science to the Covid-19 crisis. The so-called “fiasco” was government pandemic measures like mask and vaccine mandates, contact tracing, and lockdowns. Hillsdale is a conservative Christian institution with ties to the Trump administration. And the scholars behind the academy — Scott Atlas, Jay Bhattacharya, and Martin Kulldorff — are connected to right-wing dark money attacking public health measures. The trio also has ties to the Great Barrington Declaration, a widely-rebuked yet influential missive that encouraged governments to adopt a “herd immunity” policy letting Covid-19 spread largely unchecked. The new academy appears to be the latest effort to provide intellectual cover to a nearly two-year campaign by right-wing and big business interests to force a return to normalcy to boost corporate profits amid a pandemic that is now surging once again thanks to Omicron. This is the story of how that corporate-bankrolled campaign succeeded in supplanting public health experts and hijacking governmental response to the pandemic. The War On Public Health When COVID began its spread across the United States in early March 2020, states responded by locking down to varying extents. All 24 Democratic governors and 19 of the 26 Republican governors issued weeks-long stay-at-home orders and restrictions on non-essential businesses. Lockdown measures drove down cases in the U.S. and likely saved millions of lives globally. But the decline of in-person shopping and work, combined with factory shutdowns in places like China, disrupted the economy. A 2020 report from the corporate consulting firm McKinsey & Co. found the hardest-hit industries would take years to recover. One sector in particular that took a big hit was the fossil fuel industry. Oil demand fell sharply in 2020, placing the global economy on uncertain footing. Before long, business-aligned groups — particularly those connected to fossil fuels — began targeting the public health measures threatening their bottom lines. Chief among them were groups tied to billionaire Charles Koch, owner of Koch Industries, the largest privately held fossil fuel company in the world. The war on public health measures began on March 20, 2020, when Americans For Prosperity (AFP), the right-wing nonprofit founded by Charles and David Koch, issued a press release calling on states to remain open. “We can achieve public health without depriving the people most in need of the products and services provided by businesses across the country,” it read. A month later, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a business lobbying group partially funded by Koch Industries, published a letter calling on President Donald Trump to enable states to reopen. That letter was signed by over 200 state legislators and “stakeholders,” including leaders from Koch-funded groups like the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the James Madison Institute. To fight its war, the Koch network also relied on the astroturf roadmap behind the anti-government Tea Party movement, using its dark money apparatus to coordinate anti-lockdown protests. Participants for a number of anti-lockdown rallies were recruited by FreedomWorks, a dark money group tied to Charles Koch instrumental in organizing Tea Party protests in 2009. Several of the 2020 rallies were also promoted by the Convention of States Action, a group founded by an organization with ties to the Koch network and hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer that wants to rewrite the U.S. Constitution. In Michigan, a major event was organized by the Michigan Freedom Fund, a nonprofit funded by the family of Trump's secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. Groups funded by the Kochs and their colleagues also turned to a more insidious form of combat adapted from Tea Party strategies: building an academic and intellectual network that would create and promote its own “science” to attack COVID mitigation policies. “Build Up Immunity… Through Natural Infection” On October 4, 2020, the Great Barrington Declaration was released to the world. Authored by Stanford University professor Jay Bhattacharya, former Harvard Medical School professor Martin Kulldorff, and Oxford University professor Sunetra Gupta, the declaration recommended governments allow younger, healthier people to become infected with Covid-19 while reserving “focused protection” for the vulnerable, in order to reach herd immunity. Suggestions included having nursing homes limit staff rotations and businesses rely on workers with “acquired immunity.” “The most compassionate approach that balances the risks and benefits of reaching herd immunity is to allow those who are at minimal risk of death to live their lives normally to build up immunity to the virus through natural infection,” read the declaration. The document boasted a veneer of academic legitimacy. Its credentialed authors wrote the letter at a conference hosted by the auspicious-sounding American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. According to the declaration's website, the letter has since been signed by more than 2,700 “Medical and Public Health Scientists,” and “none of the authors or co-signers received any money, honoraria, stipend, or salary from anyone.” But the declaration arose out of the world of right-wing dark money and corporate interests, and many of its signatories aren't verified. AIER, which hosted and filmed the conference and registered the declaration's website, is a Koch-tied libertarian think tank. From 2018 to 2020, the Charles Koch Foundation donated more than $100,000 to the institute. And before that, the Koch Foundation donated nearly $1.5 million to the Emergent Order Foundation, formerly Emergent Order LLC, a PR firm that engaged in hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of marketing consulting for AIER. AIER has also received $54,000 from the Atlas Network, an anti-regulation group formerly known as the Atlas Economic Research Foundation that has received more than a half million dollars from the Charles Koch Foundation and the connected Charles Koch Institute. The Atlas Network also pocketed nearly $3.9 million from DonorsTrust, a dark money fund connected to wealthy right-wing donors such as Koch and Mercer, and its sister group, Donors Capital Fund. In exchange, AIER has provided fellowships to academics in several Koch-funded programs. That includes economist Peter Boettke, the former president of the Mont Pelerin Society, of which Charles Koch has been a member, and Michael Munger, an adjunct scholar at the Koch-backed Cato Institute. AIER's trustees include Benjamin Powell, director of the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University, which has received millions from the Koch network. Powell is known for his defense of sweatshops. Bhattacharya, co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration, is a former research fellow at the Hoover Institution, which received $430,000 from Charles Koch's foundation between 2017 and 2018, as well as $1.4 million from the dark money fund DonorsTrust from 2016 to 2020. Since then, Bhattacharya has appeared in multiple Hoover video programs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2021 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest Amy Colwell, MD, discuss the following articles from the January 2022 issue: “Exercise after Breast Augmentation: A Randomized Controlled Trial” by Basile and Oliveira. “Risk of Developing Breast Reconstruction Complications: A Machine-Learning Nomogram for Individualized Risk Estimation with and without Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy” by Naoum, Ho, Shui, Salama, et al. “An Analysis of the Modified Five-Item Frailty Index for Predicting Complications following Free Flap Breast Reconstruction” by Magno-Pardon, Luo, Carter, et al. Special Guest Amy Colwell, MD, is full time Faculty in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colwell has served as an Associate Editor in the Editorial Board of PRS since 2016 and is the new Co-editor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/JCJan22Collection #PRSJournalClub
Renato and Patti discuss the Omicron variant and what it means for our efforts to curb the spread of the pandemic. They were joined by Dr. Roby Bhattacharya, an infectious disease doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with Harvard Medical School professor, Dr. Jonathan Darrow, about the observations of his recent paper, Evidence for Community Cloth Face Masking to Limit the Spread of SARS-CoV-2: A Critical Review, in which he examines the range, quality, and scientific observations of mask wearing efficacy studies. Guest: Jonathan J. Darrow, SJD, […]
In the second episode on how the built environment of our cities and towns affects our health, we discuss how living near green spaces and natural environments can provide health benefits. The feeling of serenity while immersed in nature and vegetation is a near universal human experience; modern researchers are collecting evidence that it may be protective against health outcomes such as adverse mental health, cardiovascular disease, and mortality. Green spaces can decrease stress, promote physical and social activity, and mitigate air pollution and noise. We discuss how researchers are taking advantage of modern technology and databases to measure greenness using satellite imagery and large land-use databases linked to study participants' addresses. This episode was a treat for host Bryan James, as he got to interview an expert he knows well: his brother! Peter James is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, as well as the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Also, we officially welcome Ghassan Hamra as the co-host of Epidemiology Counts!
James L. Madara, MD, serves as the CEO and executive vice president of the American Medical Association and adjunct professor of pathology at Northwestern University.Dr. Madara has helped sculpt the organization's long-term strategic plan. He also serves as chairman of Health2047 Inc., the wholly-owned innovation subsidiary of the AMA, created to overcome systemic dysfunction in U.S. health care. Prior to the AMA, Dr. Madara spent the first 22 years of his career at Harvard Medical School, receiving both clinical and research training, serving as a tenured professor, and as director of the NIH-sponsored Harvard Digestive Diseases Center. Following five years as chair of pathology and laboratory medicine at Emory University, Dr. Madara served as dean of both biology and medicine, and then as CEO of the University of Chicago Medical Center, unifying the university's biomedical research, teaching and clinical activities. Dr. Madara then served as senior advisor with Leavitt Partners, a health care consulting and private-equity firm founded by former Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt.Throughout his career, he has published over 200 original papers and chapters and has served as editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Pathology and as president of the American Board of Pathology.Dr. Madara is consistently named one of the nation's 50 most influential physician executives and on the nation's 100 most influential people in health care. Some of his notable awards include the MERIT Award from the National Institutes of Health, the Davenport Award for lifetime achievement in gastrointestinal disease from the American Physiological Society, and the Mentoring Award for lifetime achievement from the American Gastroenterological Society.Welcome to Leading the Rounds!Questions We Asked: What led you to be CEO of the American Medical Association? How did you develop the three arcs of the AMA? What are some targeted things AMA has done to improve physician workflow? What is the goal of Health2047?What does the future of medical education look like? How can medical trainees become involved in innovation in healthcare? What are some book suggestions for medical leaders? Quotes & Ideas: AMA's Three Strategic Arcs: Improving physician satisfaction by removing obstacles that interfere with patient care; Driving the future of medicine by reimagining medical education, training and lifelong learning and by promoting innovation to tackle the biggest challenges in health care; and Improving the health of the nation by leading the charge to prevent chronic disease and confront public health crisesDr. Madara's AMA Startup Health2047 AMA launches Silicon Valley integrated innovation company, Health2047How the AMA works to support medical trainees: AMA announces new online education hub to support lifelong learning, Accelerating Change in Medical EducationThe three legged educational stool: Clinical Science, Basic Science, and Health Systems Science Establish your own personal guiderales. Dr. Madara's include: always take the high road and don't mistake a dropped ball for a conspiracy Book Suggestions: Nudge by Richard H. Thaler Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
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