Dr. Ekene Enemchukwu, MD, MPH, FPMRS is with us to talk about Black women's health from the perspective of a urogynecologist (female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgeon). The goal of this podcast episode is to help patients and caregivers have a better understanding about the health of Black women. Short on time? Use the below timestamps to jump to any section: 0:27 – Dr. Enemchukwu introduction 1:00 – How can others benefit from this conversation? 2:28 – When should Black women see a doctor? 4:01 – Which checkups/screenings should Black women consider, why should they be considered and when they are recommend? 8:55 – What else should be on a health checklist for Black women? 12:55 – Final thoughts For more information, please visit https://www.urologyhealth.org/ and don't forget to subscribe to our free digital magazine, UrologyHealth extra® at https://www.urologyhealth.org/healthy-living/urologyhealth-extra. These resources were created in part due to a charitable donation from Astellas. **** December 2, 2021
In this episode we take a deep dive into the Latino culture, getting a better understanding of the Latino community's values, traditional foods, and meals. We also explore culturally driven ideologies about weight and strategies to help clients successfully manage their blood sugar. We discuss building nourishing, satisfying meals using traditional Latin ingredients with a focus on overall wellness that is inclusive of a healthy weight while also supportive of a positive body image. Tune in to this podcast episode with guest Krista Linares, MPH, RDN, to learn about: Integrating current research about fresh avocados to inform evidence-based guidance in practice. Practical and actionable ways to incorporate fresh avocados into culturally appropriate meals and snacks that support a balanced dietary pattern. The prevalence of type 2 diabetes and obesity, including risk factors for these chronic diseases, specific to Hispanic/Latino Americans. Strategies to effectively counsel Latino patients and clients to improve cross-cultural patient care. RDNs, DTRs, and CDCESs can earn 1.0 FREE CEU for listening to this podcast episode. This episode is sponsored by Fresh Avocados – Love One Today® For more information and resources visit: www.SoundBitesRD.com/197
I find, in my practice, that I encounter clients with eating disorders or disordered eating regularly. As nutrition professionals, it is important for us to be able to work cohesively with the mental health professionals that are treating these clients and stay updated on current treatment plans. Are you a nutritionist that sees these types of patients? Do you want to know more about what metal health professionals want from us, to best aid their patients' recoveries? Marcella Raimondo, PhD, MPH is a passionate and spirited clinical trainer speaking from her heart on social justice and eating disorders since 1995. Marcella received her B.A. from UC Berkeley, and Master's Degree in Public Health from the University of Michigan. Marcella's desire to address eating disorders drove her to pursue her doctorate in clinical psychology, receiving her PhD in 2012. She completed her post- doc internships at an eating disorder outpatient program and an eating disorder residential program for adolescents. Marcella currently serves as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (PSY # 27037) in Kaiser Permanente's eating disorder clinic in Oakland and runs a private practice. Marcella herself recovered from anorexia nervosa over 20 years ago. In this episode we talk about: Marcella's journey to become a specialist in eating disorders How to strike a balance between eating disorders and therapeutic medical diets Whether and how modern foods and diet culture perpetuate eating disorders How nutrition professionals can support mental health professionals with meal plans, liberating from restrictive food mentality, support with health needs such as IBS and diabetes, education on metabolic processes, explanation of physiology of dieting and its effects on metabolism and how it leads to malnutrition Marcella's process with eating disorder patients dealing with their behaviors, exercise, body image, diet recall, goals, mental health and family history, risk, and their personal stories and how the disorders may serve to fill a need, and addressing those needs in a healthy manner How she helps practitioners improve their expertise with eating disorders Connect with Dr. Raimondo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510 214-2865. Visit Dr. Raimondo's training Website: https://marcellaedtraining.com/speaking/ Facebook and Instagram: Dr.Marcella Raimondo Check out the full episode at: https://erinskinner.com/empowerednutrition/MarcellaRaimondo Please review the Empowered Nutrition Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Then, send me a screenshot of your positive review to email@example.com as a DM on Instagram (erinskinner_rd) . Include a brief description of what you're working on with your health and/or nutrition and I'll send you a free custom meal plan!
A strong public health infrastructure is required at the national, state, territorial, and local levels to carry out critical programs and respond to emergencies. How can states move from a reactive approach of ad hoc crisis funding to a proactive investment in nimble, cross-cutting systems? How are states that are undergoing public health transformations positioned to leverage new funding for core priorities like data modernization? In our latest episode, Dr. Steven Stack (Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health) and Janet Hamilton (Executive Director, CSTE) share the latest insights from the field. They address short and long-term needs that public health departments must consider as they create the next generation of public health infrastructure—from laboratories to workforce development, to community partnerships, data systems, administrative readiness, and more. Together, building this infrastructure can be the rising tide that lifts all services across the public health system. Guests: Steven Stack, MD, Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health Janet Hamilton, MPH, Executive Director, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists Resources: Episode Transcript Foundational Public Health Services Framework The 10 Essential Public Health Services ASTHO – Accreditation and Performance Management Technical Assistance and Resources ASTHO – Guide on Conducting an Administrative Policy Assessment and Gap Analysis ASTHO – COVID-19 Highlights Critical Need for Public Health Data Modernization to Remain a Priority ASTHO –Exploring Innovations in GIS and Visualization for Healthier Communities ASTHO - Public Health Infrastructure Proposals Gain Steam in Congress ASTHO - Understanding the Impacts of COVID-19 on the Workforce
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 3 Americans have prediabetes and more than 84% don't even know they have it. That's one reason that addressing prediabetes in clinical practice is absolutely critical. In this interview, Robert Graham, MD, FACP, who is board-certified in both internal and integrative medicine, discusses his approach to identifying, reversing, and treating prediabetes. Graham will also highlight some key natural blood sugar stabilizers that he uses in his practice. About the Author Chef Robert E. Graham, MD, MPH, is the cofounder of FRESH Medicine an integrative health and wellness center in NYC. FRESH is an acronym for their five ingredients for health: food, relaxation, exercise, sleep, and happiness. Graham is a Harvard-trained physician, board-certified in internal and integrative medicine, who obtained his culinary degree from the Natural Gourmet Institute. In 2019, he launched an online school called FRESHMEDU with his wife Julie and developed a line of medically tailored meals with Performance Kitchen. Follow their work at @freshmednyc. Graham received his medical degree from the School of Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center and completed his residency in internal medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital. He earned a masters of public health from the Harvard School of Public Health while completing 3 fellowships in general internal medicine, complementary and integrative medical therapies, and medical education at Harvard Medical School. About the Sponsor As it stands, 77 million Americans are pre-diabetic and almost 90% are unaware of their condition. Fortunately, our society is becoming aware of the problem. In fact, almost 90% of Americans are actively trying to reduce their sugar intake. But when it comes to sugar and diabetes, options have been limited; either pharmaceutical drugs for more severe cases or lifestyle changes reliant on willpower. Sugarbreak's cofounders are all veteran entrepreneurs who have spent their careers building solution-oriented products that improve millions of lives, and their next challenge is confronting sugar. They set out to create a plant-based, natural solution that helps consumers manage their blood sugar as part of a healthy lifestyle, without completely altering their daily lives or costing them an arm and a leg financially. Sugarbreak is the first natural, nonprescription support system that empowers you to reduce your sugar intake and manage healthy blood sugar levels to support overall health. Sugarbreak products are made with natural, herbal ingredients that have been scientifically tested in over 20 clinical studies and are proven to curb sugar cravings, minimize postmeal blood sugar spikes & crashes, and promote healthy blood sugar management. All of their products are Non-GMO, Gluten-Free & Allergen 8 Free, and their adult line is Vegan. Sugarbreak is backed by a world-class scientific advisory team, including an endocrinologist, integrative & internal medicine physicians, the head of eating & weight disorders at Mount Sinai, a registered dietitian, sugar addiction expert, pediatric specialist, and more. Sugarbreak exists outside the pharmaceutical complex and works alongside leading scientists and clinicians to provide the research and evidence you deserve. Managing your blood sugar at any age is now Natural, Safe, Effective, & Easy. Sugarbreak products are available through Emerson Ecologics, in Target stores nationwide in the Diabetic Care & Diagnostics section & on Target.com. Sugarbreak is also available at select CVS Pharmacies & on CVS.com, HyVee Groceries, and on Thrive Market. Use code NMJ15 at checkout for 15% off your order on www.sugarbreak.com.
Many people feel anxious every day, but there is a difference between having short-lived anxiety and having consistent anxiety on a daily basis. In this episode, Amanda Williams, MPH offers suggestions for nutrients that can help people living with daily anxiety. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, click here.
Self-compassion is the act of showing kindness to oneself in times of suffering. In this episode, a trained medical doctor and mindfulness practitioner shares tips on how to use self compassion to help dial down stress, alleviate depression and even alter the pain experience. Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast site to read the blog and get show notes and a full transcript: https://arthritis.org/liveyes/podcast We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started here: https://arthritisfoundation.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ebqublsylCl7BIh Special Guest: Dr. Christiane Wolf.
Hear from two men who have redefined what it means to be diagnosed with diabetes! Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH, are both living with Type 1 diabetes and eat more fruit in a day than the average person eats in a week. How could that be? The co-founders of Mastering Diabetes join "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll on this special episode of The Exam Room podcast in honor of National Diabetes Month. Cyrus and Robby answer questions sent in to the Doctor's Mailbag that offer hope to the millions of people living with all forms of diabetes worldwide. - What are the best vegetables that help diabetes? - How many carbs should someone with diabetes eat? - Is the "a little bit won't hurt" approach actually hurting your health? - How does cholesterol affect diabetes? - Can a plant-based diet help someone who has had diabetes for 15 years or longer? - And many more! — — — Mastering Diabetes Book: https://amzn.to/2XSvSMr Website: https://www.masteringdiabetes.org — — — Cyrus Khambatta, PhD Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CyrusKPhD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mangomannutrition Website: http://bit.ly/masterdib — — — Robby Barbaro, MPH Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/masteringdib Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindfuldiabeticrobby Facebook: http://bit.ly/masterdibFB — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Physicians Committee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/physicianscommittee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCRM.org Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pcrm 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
Katie Donohue McMillan, MPH is the CEO and Digital Health Consultant at her company, Well Made Health LLC. She got her Bachelors of Arts in History and Spanish at University of Mary Washington. Then got her Master of Public Health at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Katie has been able to merge her public health knowledge with that of the technology space and continues to drive work forward in the Femtech space. Katie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-donohue-mcmillan-mphKatie on IG: https://www.instagram.com/wellmadehealth/?hl=enWell Made Health Website: https://www.wellmadehealth.com/Shownotes: http://thephmillennial.com/episode80Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thephmillennial Support the show: https://thephmillennial.com/supporttphm/Use Code “thePHmillennial” for discount: https://thepublichealthstore.com Website: https://thephmillennial.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial (@thePHmillennial) Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/ Support the show (http://paypal.me/thePHmillennial)
How can the collective impact approach put anti-racism at the center of its work? How can collective impact work authentically center Black and Pacific Islander families, as it focuses on improving infant and maternal health? In this podcast interview, FSG Senior Consultant Miya Cain, MPH, explores these questions and more with the Executive Director of Expecting Justice, Zea Malawa, MD, MPH, building on their time working together on the early stages of the initiative. This interview is an unbridged version of an article shared in the Stanford Social Innovation Review titled Bringing an Anti-Racist Approach to Collective Impact. Resources and FootnotesArticle: Centering Equity in Collective ImpactExpecting JusticeResource: Racial Equity Impact Assessment (Race Forward)Resource: White Supremacy Culture by Tema OkunMore on Collective ImpactInfographic: What is Collective Impact?Resource List: Getting Started in Collective ImpactThe Intro music, entitled “Running,” was composed by Rafael Krux, and can be found here and is licensed under CC: By 4.0.The outro music, entitled “Deliberate Thought,” was composed by Kevin Macleod. Licensed under CC: By.Have a question related to collaborative work that you'd like to have discussed on the podcast? You can send it to our short podcast listener survey or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Cook lives and breathes commercial real estate and can usually be found at the office. Jeff finds great fulfillment in the transformation of poorly performing properties, resulting in a very attractive product. Jeff graduated with high honors from Binghamton University with a Masters Degree in Public Administration. He started his career as a project manager for a market research company. He began purchasing multifamily properties in the City of Rochester in 1997. He purchased his first mobile home park in 2009 [00:01 - 04:03] Opening Segment Get to know Jeff Cook Jeff's Mobile Home Park World [04:04 - 10:53] MHP in New York Dealing with New York's Reputation The Interesting Dynamic of Mobile Home ParksCash for Keys How Jeff handles collections Mobile yet not so mobile [10:54 - 24:07] Mobile Home Park Investing in Blue States More about Cash for Keys Jeff talks about pads for a park The Business Plan How to Make Sellers Believe that they Should be in a Deal with You Management Nightmares Jeff's Real Estate Milestones How to Exit a $100-Million Mobile Home Park Portfolio Is there another Jeff Cook out there? [24:08 - 31:31] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsorsGroundfloor offers short-term, high-yield real estate debt investments to the general public. Check www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ to get started. What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education?MPH in Utica, New York Jeff's worst investmentHis first office building What is the most important lesson that you've learned in business and investing?“Due Diligence. Do your due diligence. Double-check and triple-check it.” Connect with my guest. See the links below. Tweetable Quotes: “We find the best deals, not exclusively, but our best deals come from relationships.” - Jeff Cook “Each park definitely has its own personality.” - Jeff Cook “There's a lot of equity that's looking to be placed in mobile home parks.” - Jeff Cook ------------ Connect with Jeff Cook through 585-233-4699, email@example.com, Facebook and LinkedIn. Visit their website https://www.cookpropertiesny.com/. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes
The compound glucosamine is commonly known for its ability to support joints, but research has shown that it serves many other purposes within the body. Learn more about the benefits of this nutrient from Amanda Williams, MPH. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, click here.
Shawn Wells discusses his book: The Energy Formula. Shawn Wells, MPH, LDN, RD, CISSN, FISSN is a product formulator and expert in the fields of performance nutrition, longevity, fitness and supplementation. On the road to being dubbed “The World's Greatest Formulator”, Biohacktivitst, and Keto Authority, Shawn faced and overcame significant obstacles with his own health. He shares his experience in The Energy Formula to reveal how to optimize your health.
Happy day after THANKSGIVING! You might be feeling a ton of things today but if there's one thing to do - it's rest - rest -rest. The holiday season is going to pick up, fast, and make us feel like we're running at a speed of 100 MPH. Let's explore how to slow down. Thank you to our partner, Thinkific: www.try.thinkific.com/jenglantz
This special edition of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner's TeamPeds Talks podcast, FocusED sponsored by the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group. FocusED is a podcast program that offers listeners unique insight into the broad scope of pediatric emergency care by exploring a variety of emergency care topics through different lenses across the care continuum. Nicole Koepke, MSN, CPNP-PC, a nurse practitioner and the chair of the Pediatric Emergency Care Special Interest Group will be your host. She has 20 years of experience as an Emergency Department Nurse Practitioner and is currently working as an innovation specialist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in their Primary Care Network. In this 4 part series we've been focusing on Gun Violence Prevention Strategies, taking an in depth look at the public health crisis of gun violence in the United States. In this episode we will be examining Gun Violence Prevention through the lens of the Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program with Dr. Joel Fein from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Joel A. Fein MD, MPH is a Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania and an attending physician in the Emergency Department at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). He is a Co-director of the Center for Violence Prevention at CHOP within the Center for Injury Research and Prevention. Dr. Fein is also the Research Director of the Health Alliance for Violence Prevention (theHAVI) and a member of the leadership team for The Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress, an intervention development center within the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Locally, Dr. Fein is on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Anti-drug Anti-Violence Network (PAAN) and is the research co-chair of the Philadelphia ACES Task Force. At CHOP he is the Director of Advocacy and Health Policy for the Emergency Department.
EMRA*Cast Host Shreyans Sanghvi, DO, takes us on an innovative journey with Andrew Chu, MD, PGY4 at Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency and fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital's Healthcare Transformation Lab, and Leland Perice, MD, Ultrasound Fellow at Maimonides Medical Center. Their first experiences with patient codes catalyzed their drive to explore the intersection of healthcare and digital innovation. In 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic, they embarked on a journey to create a digitalized treatment algorithm. Brandishing a Silicon Valley approach to mastering cardiac arrest management, Dr. Chu and MGH's Jared Conley, MD, PhD, MPH, created the MGH ACLS.
Our guest today is Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH, FACSM. Yep, that Kathryn Schmitz! Dr. Schmitz's work has paved the way for exercise oncology throughout her illustrious career, & her new book, Moving Through Cancer, empowers patients with the needed tools to start & stay moving through their cancer treatment. In our interview, Kathryn discusses the barriers we are currently facing in the cancer care community & what the next steps are for all of us to make exercise a true standard of care in oncology.
Fill up your plate with some spooky tofurkey cakes! Drs. Rahul Ganatra (@rbganatra) and Nora Taranto (@norataranto) help catch us up recent practice-changing articles and guidelines including EMPEROR-Reduced (SGLT2 inhibitors for HFpEF), the 2021 CHEST VTE guidelines update, whether or not antibiotics are needed for diverticulitis, and what treatments are most effective for rotator cuff disease! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | firstname.lastname@example.org | Free CME! Credits Written by: Nora Taranto MD; Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH; Matthew Watto MD, FACP Show Notes: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Cover Art: Beth Garbitelli Hosts: Nora Taranto MD; Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH; Matthew Watto MD, FACP; Paul Williams MD, FACP Reviewer: Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH Executive Producer: Beth Garbitelli Showrunner: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Editor: Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Sponsor: Birch by Helix Birch is giving $200 off ALL mattresses and two free eco-rest pillows at BirchLiving.com/curb Sponsor: BetterHelp Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/curb CME Partner: VCU Health CE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org and search for this episode to claim credit. Show Segments Intro, disclaimer, Picks of the Week EMPEROR-Reduced (SGLT2 inhibitors for HFpEF) GRASP trial for rotator cuff disease (physiotherapy and steroid injections) DINAMO trial (no antibiotics for outpatients with uncomplicated diverticulitis) 2021 CHEST VTE Guidelines Update Outro
Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, is joined by Shehzad Batliwala, DO; Leti Alto MD; Kenji Asakura, MD; and Dixon Davis to discuss financial freedom for physicians. The panelists explain how to utilize investment properties to create passive cashflow, the steps to achieving financial freedom, and how extra income can change the way physicians practice.
In this episode of Caring as Communities, Paula Blackwell, MBA and Allison Robinson, MPH discuss with Dr. Enrique Enguidanos the increasing importance of community health workers in supporting individuals with social determinants of health—as well as the value of having advocates with "lived experience" to help build trust between healthcare providers and communities. Guests Paula Blackwell, MBA, Executive Director, Central Area on Health Education (AHEC) Allison Robinson, MPH, Associate Program Director of the Maryland AHEC Program at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Family & Community Medicine
Blake Williamson, MD, MPH, and Tal Raviv, MD, welcome Allon Barsam for this episode of Ophthalmology off the Grid. Allon Barsam is the director and founding partner of OCL vision—a bespoke private ophthalmic surgery practice in London—and joins the show to share what it's like to operate a private practice within the UK's National Health Service. The trio also discusses practice growth strategies, IOLs available in the United Kingdom and Europe, and more.
While peripheral neuropathy is very common in diabetics, it can also impact people who have normal blood sugar levels. Learn what you can do to help support the health of your nerves from Amanda Williams, MPH. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, click here.
Did you know that it is possible for children to become sensitized (and even allergic) to food through the skin? Yep... *mind blown*! This is something that we're learning more about and that blows a hole in the concept that the only way to become sensitized to food is through the gut. My guest today, Jennifer Brand, MPH (Master's degree in public health), MS (Master's degree in nutrition), CNS (Certified Nutrition Specialist) is an integrative and clinical nutritionist and the founder of Jennifer Caryn Brand Nutrition. She specializes in childhood skin rashes (eczema in particular, as well as psoriasis, tinea versicolor, hives, acne, vitiligo, and others), food allergies and sensitivities, and gut problems. Jennifer's own struggle with gut problems and disordered eating, her father's battle with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, her brother's diagnosis of psoriasis, and her mother's diagnosis of vitiligo left her frustrated and stirred her search for a different approach as conventional means fell flat: - An approach that doesn't remove more foods from the diet. Food is not the root cause of the problem. Your body runs off of nutrients from foods you eat. When they are missing, imbalances develop, and symptoms and health problems follow, even skin rashes. - An approach that doesn't include stronger prescription steroid creams, and immune-modulating prescriptions that might manage symptoms but don't address the root cause of the problem, and can cause additional problems long term. Jennifer is a relentless detective putting her strong knowledge of nutritional biochemistry to work for you, to identify what's driving symptoms and health problems in order to address the root cause of them. In 2013 she opened her private, clinical nutrition practice. Jennifer left her corporate healthcare career in 2017 to focus full time on helping clients get relief. Jennifer is a faculty member of LearnSkin, and her work has been featured in peer-reviewed scientific journals, Voyagela, as well as on podcasts, online summits, and in-person presentations at venues such as Casa Colina Hospital in California. Join us as we discuss how food allergies can affect skin rashes in children. Has identifying food allergies helped your little one's skin health? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: How a baby can potentially develop a food allergy at such a young age Is it possible to become sensitized to a particular food through the skin barrier? Connection between gut bacteria + food allergies Foods that feed friendly gut bacteria Problems that might come along with moisturizing rashy skin Quotes “When we're talking about skin allergies, that includes things like skin inflammation, eczema, hives, and contact type allergies. So when we get to the statistics here, 9.2 million children had skin allergies in 2018.” [1:33] “One of the most interesting statistics I've come across in the literature is that two out of three kids with rashes do not have food allergies.” [2:17] Links Interested in trying MegaSporeBiotic? Click HERE to grab a bottle! Find Jennifer Brand online Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Beat Your Little One's Eczema HERE Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Probiotics For Skin Rashes Healthy Skin Show episode 008: Identifying The Chemical Triggers Behind Your Skin Flare Ups w/ Jennifer Brand Healthy Skin Show ep. 110: Missing Links Between Your Little One's Skin Rashes & Mom's Health w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, CNS Healthy Skin Show ep. 178: Using Probiotics For Eczema in Little Ones w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Follow Jennifer on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
While the CDC initially recommended COVID-19 booster shots for a limited swath of Americans, last week they updated their guidance to allow all adults 18 and up to receive a booster. Data have pointed to breakthroughs among the earliest vaccine recipients, as well as older individuals and those with pre-existing conditions. On this week's episode, Katelyn Jetelina, PhD, MPH, an epidemiologist at the University of Texas School of Public Health in Dallas, walks us through what to watch for when it comes to breakthroughs, as more Americans travel this holiday season than since the start of the pandemic.
Zoila Reyna, MPH is the Founder and CEO of Public Health Hired. She also works as a Senior Consultant, Strategic Planning Community Health at a Large West Coast Health System. She has 15 years of experience in program management, strategic planning, change management, policy initiatives and implementing interventions for high-risk populations. She got her bachelor's degree in psychology from University of California, Los Angeles. She worked for a few years before she got her Master of Public Health Degree from University of California, Davis. Zoila on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zoilareyna/ Public Health Hired IG: https://www.instagram.com/publichealthhired/?hl=en Shownotes: http://thephmillennial.com/episode79 Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thephmillennial Use Code “thePHmillennial” for discount: https://thepublichealthstore.com Website: https://thephmillennial.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial (@thePHmillennial) Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/ Support the show: https://thephmillennial.com/supportSupport the show (http://paypal.me/thePHmillennial)
Pamela Wartian Smith, M.D., MPH, MS spent her first twenty years of practice as an emergency room physician with the Detroit Medical Center and then 26-years as an Anti-Aging/Functional Medicine specialist. She is a diplomat of the Board of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Physicians and is an internationally known speaker and author on the subject of Personalized Medicine. She also holds a Master's in Public Health Degree along with a Master's Degree in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine. She has been featured on CNN, PBS, and many other television networks, has been interviewed in numerous consumer magazines, and has hosted two of her own radio shows. Dr. Smith was one of the featured physicians on the PBS series “The Embrace of Aging” as well as the on-line medical series “Awakening from Alzheimer's” and “Regain Your Brain”. Dr. Pamela Smith is the founder of The Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative, and Functional Medicine and is professor emeritus from the Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida. She is the author of eleven best-selling books. Her book: “What You Must Know About Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, and So Much More” was published last year. Her newest book: “Max Your Immunity,” will be released shortly.
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“I do think that the relationships we have, especially around work, are so important. And there is great research that shows that those relationships and being able to be vulnerable with at least a few people are what, A) keep us loyal to the jobs that we have, and B) keep us happy in the work that we're doing, and C) help propel us to the next level of achievement in the things that we are hoping to achieve.” -Inga T. Lennes, MD, MPH, MBA Senior Vice President, Ambulatory Care and Patient Experience, MGH/MGPO In today's episode, Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer discusses slumps and how to get unstuck with director of clinical quality and director of ambulatory care at the MGH Cancer Center, Dr. Inga Lennes. Dr. Lennes shares with us her tips for getting unstuck when she feels like she is in a slump, you will hear the key things that she checks and then does when she is in a slump, so that she can move through it. First, she reminds us to take care of ourselves as well as we take care of others. Next, she reminds us that it's okay to switch into neutral. Tune in to hear how Dr. Lennes accomplishes this, and to hear the rest of her sage advice for moving through a slump and from there, into our next exciting phase. We are thrilled to have her return to the podcast so we can further learn from her leadership and wisdom! Dr. Inga Lennes is the SVP for ambulatory care and patient experience at Massachusetts General Hospital and for the Mass General Physicians Organization, as well as a practicing thoracic medical oncologist and quality of care researcher. She went to the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed internal medicine residency training and chief residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Lennes completed a fellowship in medical oncology at Dana Farber Cancer Institute and joined the MGH and Harvard Medical School staff in 2009. 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In this episode, Hallie talks with Kalli Hale, DDS, MPH, AFAAID all about airway centric dentistry and how to implement it into your practice. She gives great tips that the RDH and/or Dentist can use to screen and assess the patients already sitting in the exam chair. Dr. Hale discusses the signs and symptoms of sleep disordered breathing and obstructive sleep apnea in both adults and children. Both Dr. Hale and Hallie promote the need for pediatric airway screenings and the necessity for teachers and parents to be knowledgeable about what to look for so they know when to refer to an airway centric dentist.Please click here to download the show notes.For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In this episode, William R. Short, MD, MPH, AAHIVS, explores recommendations and data on strategies to address suboptimal CD4+ cell count response in people with HIV on suppressive ART.Listen as he gives his perspectives on:The consequences of suboptimal CD4+ cell count responseART intensificationART switch strategies with data from the SPIRAL studyData on the addition of interleukin-2 from the SILCAAT and ESPIRIT studiesDHHS guideline recommendationsPresenter:William R. Short, MD, MPH, AAHIVSAssociate Professor of MedicineDivision of Infectious DiseasesDepartment of MedicinePerelman School of Medicine at the University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaFollow along with the slides at: https://bit.ly/3DC2bkPSee the entire program at: https://bit.ly/2TXTYWx
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RFK CLIP Start 50 seconds in Everyone missed this one… vaccinated people are up to 9X more likely to be hospitalized than unvaccinated people Australian War Propaganda Keeps Getting Crazier Are we seeing some new form of Covid-19 Vaccine induced Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome? – Official Government data suggests the Fully Vaccinated are on the precipice of disaster as their Immune Systems are being decimated $285 Billion Tax Cut for the Rich Is Now 2nd Most Expensive Piece of Build Back Better Wall Street's Takeover of Nature Advances with Launch of New Asset Class Court Deals New Blow to ‘Fatally Flawed' Biden Vaccine Mandates, But What Does That Mean? Study: Sustainable eating is cheaper and healthier Oxford University, November 11, 2021 Oxford University research has today revealed that, in countries such as the US, the UK, Australia and across Western Europe, adopting a vegan, vegetarian, or flexitarian diet could slash your food bill by up to one-third. The study, which compared the cost of seven sustainable diets to the current typical diet in 150 countries, using food prices from the World Bank's International Comparison Program, was published in The Lancet Planetary Health. It found that in high-income countries: Vegan diets were the most affordable and reduced food costs by up to one third. Vegetarian diets were a close second. Flexitarian diets with low amounts of meat and dairy reduced costs by 14%. By contrast, pescatarian diets increased costs by up to 2%. “We think the fact that vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian diets can save you a lot of money is going to surprise people,” says Dr. Marco Springmann, researcher on the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food. “When scientists like me advocate for healthy and environmentally-friendly eating, it's often said we're sitting in our ivory towers promoting something financially out of reach for most people. This study shows it's quite the opposite. These diets could be better for your bank balance as well as for your health and…the planet.” Miguel Barclay, author of the bestselling “One Pound Meals” series of cookbooks, says, “I definitely agree that cutting down your meat, or cutting it out completely, will save you money. I've written seven budget cookbooks and have costed up hundreds of recipes, and without doubt vegan and vegetarian meals consistently come in at a much lower price than recipes with meat.” The study focused on whole foods and did not include highly-processed meat replacements or eating at restaurants or takeaways. The study also found that in lower income countries, such as on the Indian subcontinent and in sub-Saharan Africa, eating a healthy and sustainable diet would be up to a quarter cheaper than a typical Western diet, but at least a third more expensive than current diets. To analyze what options could improve affordability and reduce diet costs, the study looked at several policy options. It found that making healthy and sustainable diets affordable everywhere is possible within the next 10 years when economic development, especially in lower income countries, is paired with reductions in food waste and a climate and health-friendly pricing of foods. “Affording to eat a healthy and sustainable diet is possible everywhere, but requires political will,” according to Dr. Springmann. “Current low-income diets tend to contain large amounts of starchy foods and not enough of the foods we know are healthy. And the western-style diets, often seen as aspirational, are not only unhealthy, but also vastly unsustainable and unaffordable in low-income countries. Any of the healthy and sustainable dietary patterns we looked at are a better option for health, the environment, and financially, but development support and progressive food policies are needed to make them both affordable and desirable everywhere.” The study, “The global and regional costs of healthy and sustainable dietary patterns: a modeling study,” is published in The Lancet Planetary Health on 10 November 2021. Country-level results are available here. Green One Pound Meals by Miguel Barclay is published on 30 December. It features planet-friendly recipes and includes tips and ideas for shopping smart and avoiding food waste. Meta-analysis concludes resveratrol beneficially modulates glycemic control in diabetics Zagazig University and Suez Canal University (Egypt), October 29 2021. Findings from a meta-analysis of clinical trials published on October 16, 2021 in Medicina Clinica (Barcelona) revealed an association between supplementing with resveratrol and improvements in glycemic control. “Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a progressive meta-inflammatory disorder, which induces micro and macrovascular complications,” Ibrahim A. Abdelhaleem and colleagues wrote. “Resveratrol is a nutraceutical known to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.” “This systematic review and meta-analysis is the first to consider resveratrol's efficacy on glycemic and cardiometabolic parameters in patients with T2DM.” Sixteen randomized trials that included a total of 871 diabetic men and women were selected for the meta-analysis. The trials compared resveratrol to a placebo with or without concurrent antidiabetic medications or other drug treatment. Resveratrol doses of 500 milligrams or more were associated with lower fasting blood glucose, fasting serum insulin, insulin resistance, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and diastolic blood pressure in comparison with a placebo. Resveratrol was associated with a greater reduction in hemoglobin A1c (a marker of long-term glucose control) compared to a placebo in trials of three months duration. When HDL cholesterol levels were analyzed, resveratrol was superior to a placebo in trials of less than two months duration. Resveratrol was also associated with a reduction in systolic blood pressure compared to measurements obtained in the placebo group. Furthermore, triglycerides were lower in association with resveratrol in trials that lasted six to twelve months. “We concluded that resveratrol appropriately improved insulin sensitivity by decreasing insulin resistance, fasting blood glucose, fasting serum insulin, and hemoglobin A1c,” the authors concluded. “In addition, it improved other cardiometabolic parameters, including triglycerides, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The most appropriate glycemic control effect was fulfilled when consumed for at least one month with doses of 500 mg or more.” Exercise linked to better mental health Kaiser Permanente Research, November 11, 2021 Kaiser Permanente research published on November 11 in Preventive Medicine showed people who exercised more during the initial lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic experienced less anxiety and depression than those who didn't exercise. It also showed that people who spent more time outdoors typically experienced lower levels of anxiety and depression than those who stayed inside. More than 20,000 people participated in the survey-based study from 6 regions served by Kaiser Permanente across the United States, which included Hawaii, Colorado, Georgia, and the mid-Atlantic states, as well as Southern and Northern California. “What these study findings tell us is that even during an active pandemic or other public health crisis, people should be encouraged to be physically active to help maintain their physical and mental health,” said the study's lead author Deborah Rohm Young, PhD, the director of the Division of Behavioral Research for the Kaiser Permanente Southern California Department of Research & Evaluation. “Parks and other nature areas should remain open during public health emergencies to encourage outdoor physical activity.” In March 2020, COVID-19 developed into a worldwide pandemic. With no known treatment, public health officials attempted to reduce its spread by limiting human interactions through stay-at-home policies. Businesses temporarily closed or changed their practices to prevent the spread of the virus, affecting the economy and many people's jobs. These stressful factors, along with fewer opportunities to socialize with friends and family, increased symptoms of depression and anxiety for many people. Since it is known that physical activity and time spent in nature are associated with improved mental health, researchers at Kaiser Permanente in Southern California sought to determine how exercise and time outdoors was associated with people's mental health during the height of the pandemic. In April 2020, researchers sent a series of COVID-19 surveys to more than 250,000 participants in the Kaiser Permanente Research Bank — a collection of lifestyle surveys, electronic health record data, and biospecimens, which Kaiser Permanente members volunteered. People who reported COVID-19 symptoms were not included in this analysis, resulting in 20,012 respondents. They each completed at least 4 surveys between April and July 2020. White women older than 50 accounted for a high proportion of the respondents. Most respondents said they were retired and generally adhered to the “safer-at-home” orders during the period of the survey. The study found that: Reports of anxiety and depression decreased over time Anxiety and depression scores were higher for females and younger people, and lower for Asian and Black people compared with white respondents Participants who reported no physical activity reported the highest depression and anxiety compared to people who had exercised Spending less time outdoors was associated with higher depression and anxiety scores People who had increased their time outdoors the most reported the highest anxiety scores, but the research could not explain the finding “What we learned from these findings is that during future emergencies it will be important to carefully weigh the decisions to close parks and outdoor areas against the negative impact those closures may have on people's mental health,” said Dr. Young. Bedtime linked with heart health University of Exeter (UK), November 9, 2021 Going to sleep between 10:00 and 11:00 pm is associated with a lower risk of developing heart disease compared to earlier or later bedtimes, according to a study published today in European Heart Journal—Digital Health, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). “The body has a 24-hour internal clock, called circadian rhythm, that helps regulate physical and mental functioning,” said study author Dr. David Plans of the University of Exeter, UK. “While we cannot conclude causation from our study, the results suggest that early or late bedtimes may be more likely to disrupt the body clock, with adverse consequences for cardiovascular health.” While numerous analyses have investigated the link between sleep duration and cardiovascular disease, the relationship between sleep timing and heart disease is underexplored. This study examined the association between objectively measured, rather than self-reported, sleep onset in a large sample of adults. The study included 88,026 individuals in the UK Biobank recruited between 2006 and 2010. The average age was 61 years (range 43 to 79 years) and 58% were women. Data on sleep onset and waking up time were collected over seven days using a wrist-worn accelerometer. Participants completed demographic, lifestyle, health and physical assessments and questionnaires. They were then followed up for a new diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, which was defined as a heart attack, heart failure, chronic ischaemic heart disease, stroke, and transient ischaemic attack. During an average follow-up of 5.7 years, 3,172 participants (3.6%) developed cardiovascular disease. Incidence was highest in those with sleep times at midnight or later and lowest in those with sleep onset from 10:00 to 10:59 pm. The researchers analyzed the association between sleep onset and cardiovascular events after adjusting for age, sex, sleep duration, sleep irregularity (defined as varied times of going to sleep and waking up), self-reported chronotype (early bird or night owl), smoking status, body mass index, diabetes, blood pressure, blood cholesterol and socioeconomic status. Compared to sleep onset from 10:00 to 10:59 pm, there was a 25% higher risk of cardiovascular disease with a sleep onset at midnight or later, a 12% greater risk for 11:00 to 11:59 pm, and a 24% raised risk for falling asleep before 10:00 pm. In a further analysis by sex, the association with increased cardiovascular risk was stronger in women, with only sleep onset before 10:00 pm remaining significant for men. Dr. Plans said: “Our study indicates that the optimum time to go to sleep is at a specific point in the body's 24-hour cycle and deviations may be detrimental to health. The riskiest time was after midnight, potentially because it may reduce the likelihood of seeing morning light, which resets the body clock.” Dr. Plans noted that the reasons for the observed stronger association between sleep onset and cardiovascular disease in women is unclear. He said: “It may be that there is a sex difference in how the endocrine system responds to a disruption in circadian rhythm. Alternatively, the older age of study participants could be a confounding factor since women's cardiovascular risk increases post-menopause—meaning there may be no difference in the strength of the association between women and men.” He concluded: “While the findings do not show causality, sleep timing has emerged as a potential cardiac risk factor—independent of other risk factors and sleep characteristics. If our findings are confirmed in other studies, sleep timing and basic sleep hygiene could be a low-cost public health target for lowering risk of heart disease.” Garlic compounds may boost cardio health indirectly via gut microbiota National Taiwan University, November 6 2021 Allicin from garlic may prevent the metabolism of unabsorbed L-carnitine or choline into TMAO, a compound linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, says a new study from the National Taiwan University. TMAO – or trimethylamine N-oxide – has been known to be generated from dietary carnitine through metabolism of gut microbiota, and was recently reported to be an “important gut microbiota-dependent metabolite to cause cardiovascular diseases,” explained Taiwanese researchers in the Journal of Functional Foods . While antibiotics have been found to inhibit TMAO production, concerns over side effects and resistance have limited their use. This has led researchers to examine the potential of natural alternatives. New data indicated that carnitine-fed lab mice showed a “remarkable increase in plasma TMAO levels”, compared with lab mice fed a control (no carnitine). However, when allicin supplements were provided with the carnitine diet, TMAO levels were significantly reduced. “Surprisingly, the plasma TMAO levels in the mice of ‘carnitine diet + allicin' treatment group were as low as that of chow diet [control] group,” wrote the researchers. “This result indicated that the metabolic capacity of mice gut microbiota to produce TMAO was completely inhibited by allicin supplement even though provided with carnitine-rich environment in the gut. “It means the functional alteration of gut microbiota induced by carnitine diet can be prevented by addition of another substance with antimicrobial potential derived from food, such as allicin.” Garlic and heart health The study adds to the body of scientific literature supporting the potential heart health benefits of garlic and the compounds it contains. Consumer awareness of the health benefits of garlic, mostly in terms of cardiovascular and immune system health, has benefited the supplements industry, particularly since consumers seek the benefits of garlic without the odors that accompany the fresh bulb. The benefits have been linked to the compound allicin, which is not found in fresh garlic: It is only formed when garlic is crushed, which breaks down a compound called diallyl sulphide. Study details “This may offer an opportunity to take advantage of plants' delicately designed defense system against microorganisms, to protect ourselves by modulating gut microbiota to a healthier status,” wrote the researchers The Taiwanese researchers divided male C57BL/6(B6) mice into four groups: One group received only the control chow diet; the second group received the carnitine diet (carnitine added to drinking water at a level of 0.02%); the third group received the carnitine diet with supplemental allicin; and the final group received the control diet plus the allicin supplement for six weeks. Results showed that the second group (carnitine diet) had TMAO levels 4–22 times greater than those observed in the control group. However, these increases were attenuated in the carnitine + allicin group, said the researchers. “Our study suggests that antimicrobial phytochemicals such as allicin effectively neutralize the metabolic ability of TMAO production of gut microbiota induced by daily intake of L-carnitine,” wrote the researchers. “It may offer an opportunity for us to take advantage of plants' delicately designed defense system against microorganisms, to protect ourselves by modulating gut microbiota to a healthier status. “Our research also suggested that allicin and dietary fresh garlic containing allicin might be used as functional foods for the prevention of atherosclerosis,” they concluded. Drug used to prevent miscarriage increases risk of cancer in offspring University of Texas Health Science Center, November 9, 2021 Exposure in utero to a drug used to prevent miscarriage can lead to an increased risk of developing cancer, according to researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Houston). The study was published today in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The drug, 17α-hydroxyprogesterone caproate (17-OHPC), is a synthetic progestogen that was frequently used by women in the 1950s and 1960s, and is still prescribed to women today to help prevent preterm birth. Progesterone helps the womb grow during pregnancy and prevents a woman from having early contractions that may lead to miscarriage. “Children who were born to women who received the drug during pregnancy have double the rate of cancer across their lifetime compared to children born to women who did not take this drug,” said Caitlin C. Murphy, PhD, MPH, lead author on the study and associate professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences at UTHealth School of Public Health in Houston. “We have seen cancers like colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer, and many others increasing in people born in and after the 1960s, and no one really knows why.” Researchers reviewed data from the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan on women who received prenatal care between June 1959 and June 1967, and the California Cancer Registry, which traced cancer in offspring through 2019. Out of more than 18,751 live births, researchers discovered 1,008 cancer diagnoses were made in offspring ages 0 to 58 years. Additionally, a total of 234 offspring were exposed to 17-OHPC during pregnancy. Offspring exposed in the womb had cancer detected in adulthood more than twice as often as offspring not exposed to the drug – 65% of cancers occurred in adults younger than 50. “Our findings suggest taking this drug during pregnancy can disrupt early development, which may increase risk of cancer decades later,” Murphy said “With this drug, we are seeing the effects of a synthetic hormone. Things that happened to us in the womb, or exposures in utero, are important risk factors for developing cancer many decades after we're born.” A new randomized trial shows there is no benefit of taking 17-OHPC, and that it does not reduce the risk of preterm birth, according to Murphy. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration proposed in October 2020 that this particular drug be withdrawn from the market.
#180: Does feeding allergenic foods to your baby freak you out? In this episode we are joined by leading food allergy researcher and author Ruchi Gupta, MD, MPH for a food allergy question and answer session. From timing of introduction of allergenic foods for babies, to the amounts of protein to be feeding and whether foods are better than supplements for preventing food allergy, Dr. Gupta is answering all of your most frequently asked questions about introducing allergenic foods for babies. If you're ready to raise an independent eater and prevent picky eating then let's get started learning about baby-led weaning together! Subscribe, rate and review the podcast here. FREE BABY-LED WEANING FOR BEGINNERS ONLINE WORKSHOP: https://babyledweaning.co/workshop FREE BABY-LED WEANING RECIPE IDEAS FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/babyledweaningrecipes/ FOLLOW @BABYLEDWEANTEAM ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/babyledweanteam/ SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://blwpodcast.com/180
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In this SCID Compass episode, we will be talking with two research specialists, Virdette L. Brumm, Ph.D., and Sharon A. Kidd, MPH, Ph.D., from the Primary Immune Deficiency Treatment Consortium or PIDTC to discuss a collaborative study on assessing neurodevelopmental outcomes in SCID patients. This session was originally presented as a SCID Compass Lunch and Learn.
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Kacee and Alyson McAdams, MPH, RDN explore what drives the compulsion to compare ourselves to an often unrealistic ideal. Alyson shares tools to reduce comparison. Alyson McAdams is a non-diet, weight inclusive dietitian specializing in disordered eating, intuitive eating, and family nutrition. Alyson works with families and individuals to develop a strong, flexible, and positive relationship with food. She is passionate about helping you discover peace with food and your body so you can show up fully for what matters to you in life. Learn more here https://www.alysonmcadams.com/
Young adults face unique challenges when faced with a cancer diagnosis and treatment. On this two part episode, we welcome Ryan Becerra, Rebecca Munoz, MPH, and Ajit Sharma, PhD, who share their experience with cancer and also serve on the Young Adult Advisory Board at the Livestrong Cancer Institutes. Laura Cannon PharmD, MPH, pharmacist at […]
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Grape consumption benefits gut microbiome and cholesterol metabolism University of California at Los Angeles, November 11, 2021 A new clinical study published in the scientific journal Nutrients found that consuming grapes significantly increased the diversity of bacteria in the gut which is considered essential to good health overall. Additionally, consuming grapes significantly decreased cholesterol levels, as well as bile acids which play an integral role in cholesterol metabolism. The findings suggest a promising new role for grapes in gut health and reinforce the benefits of grapes on heart health. In the intervention study], healthy subjects consumed the equivalent of 1.5 cups of grapes per day – for four weeks. The subjects consumed a low fiber/low polyphenol diet throughout the study. After four weeks of grape consumption there was an increase in microbial diversity as measured by the Shannon index, a commonly used tool for measuring diversity of species. Among the beneficial bacteria that increased was Akkermansia, a bacteria of keen interest for its beneficial effect on glucose and lipid metabolism, as well as on the integrity of the intestinal lining. Additionally, a decrease in blood cholesterols was observed including total cholesterol by 6.1% and LDL cholesterol by 5.9%. Bile acids, which are linked to cholesterol metabolism, were decreased by 40.9%. Vitamin D supplementation associated with lower risk of heart attack or death during follow-up Kansas City VA Medical Center, November 8 2021. The October 2021 issue of the Journal of the Endocrine Society published findings from a retrospective study of US veterans that uncovered an association between supplementing with vitamin D and a lower risk of heart attack and mortality from any cause during up to 14 years of follow-up. The study included men and women treated at the Kansas City VA Medical Center from 1999-2018 who had low 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels of 20 ng/mL or less. Among 11,119 patients who were not treated with vitamin D supplements, follow-up vitamin D levels remained at 20 ng/mL or lower. For those who received the vitamin, levels improved to 21-29 ng/mL among 5,623 patients and to at least 30 ng/mL among 3,277 patients at follow-up. Men and women whose vitamin D levels improved to at least 30 ng/mL had a risk of heart attack that was 35% lower than patients whose levels improved to 21-29 ng/mL and 27% lower than the untreated group. The difference in risk between untreated individuals and those whose levels improved to 21-29 ng/mL was not determined to be significant. Patients whose vitamin D levels improved the most also experienced significantly greater heart attack-free survival during follow-up than the remainder of the patients. When mortality from any cause during follow-up was examined, men and women whose vitamin D levels improved to 21-29 ng/mL had a 41% lower risk, and those whose levels improved to 30 ng/mL or more had a 39% lower risk than the untreated group. “These results suggest that targeting 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels above 30 ng/mL might improve prognosis in the primary prevention setting among individuals with vitamin D deficiency,” authors Prakash Acharya of the University of Kansas Medical Center and colleagues wrote. Meditative practice and spiritual wellbeing may preserve cognitive function in aging Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation and Thomas Jefferson University, November 12, 2021 It is projected that up to 152 million people worldwide will be living with Alzheimer's disease (AD) by 2050. To date there are no drugs that have a substantial positive impact on either the prevention or reversal of cognitive decline. A growing body of evidence finds that targeting lifestyle and vascular risk factors have a beneficial effect on overall cognitive performance. A new review in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, published by IOS Press, examines research that finds spiritual fitness, a new concept in medicine that centers on psychological and spiritual wellbeing may reduce multiple risk factors for AD. Research reveals that religious and spiritual involvement can preserve cognitive function as we age. Significantly, individuals who have a high score on a "purpose in life" (PIL) measure, a component of psychological wellbeing, were 2.4 times more likely to remain free of AD than individuals with low PIL. In another study, participants who reported higher levels of PIL exhibited better cognitive function, and further, PIL protected those with already existing pathological conditions, thus slowing their decline. Radiotherapy may explain why childhood cancer survivors often develop metabolic disease Rockefeller University, November 9, 2021 Decades after battling childhood cancer, survivors often face a new challenge: cardiometabolic disease. A spectrum of conditions that includes coronary heart disease and diabetes, cardiometabolic disease typically impacts people who are obese, elderly, or insulin resistant. For reasons yet unknown, young, seemingly healthy adults who survived childhood cancer are also at risk. Radiation therapy may be to blame. A new study finds that childhood cancer patients who were treated with abdominal or total body irradiation grow up to display abnormalities in their adipose (fat) tissue, similar to those found in obese individuals with cardiometabolic disease. "When physicians are planning radiation therapy, they are very conscious of toxicity to major organs. But fat is often not considered," says Rockefeller's Paul Cohen. "Our results imply that the early exposure of fat cells to radiation may cause long-term dysfunction in the adipose tissue that puts childhood cancer survivors at higher risk of cardiometabolic disease." Researchers discover link between dietary fat (palm oil) and the spread of cancer Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (Spain), November 10, 2021 The study, published in the journal Nature and part-funded by the UK charity Worldwide Cancer Research, uncovers how palmitic acid alters the cancer genome, increasing the likelihood the cancer will spread. The researchers have started developing therapies that interrupt this process and say a clinical trial could start in the next couple of years. Newly published findings reveal that one such fatty acid commonly found in palm oil, called palmitic acid, promotes metastasis in oral carcinomas and melanoma skin cancer in mice. Other fatty acids called oleic acid and linoleic acid—omega-9 and omega-6 fats found in foods such as olive oil and flaxseeds—did not show the same effect. Neither of the fatty acids tested increased the risk of developing cancer in the first place. The research found that when palmitic acid was supplemented into the diet of mice, it not only contributed to metastasis, but also exerts long-term effects on the genome. Cancer cells that had only been exposed to palmitic acid in the diet for a short period of time remained highly metastatic even when the palmitic acid had been removed from the diet. The researchers discovered that this "memory" is caused by epigenetic changes—changes to how our genes function. The epigenetic changes alter the function of metastatic cancer cells and allow them to form a neural network around the tumor to communicate with cells in their immediate environment and to spread more easily. By understanding the nature of this communication, the researchers uncovered a way to block it and are now in the process of planning a clinical trial to stop metastasis in different types of cancer. Study finds consuming nuts strengthens brainwave function Loma Linda University, November 15, 2021 A new study has found that eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning, memory and other key brain functions. In the study titled "Nuts and brain: Effects of eating nuts on changing electroencephalograph brainwaves," researchers found that some nuts stimulated some brain frequencies more than others. Pistachios, for instance, produced the greatest gamma wave response, which is critical for enhancing cognitive processing, information retention, learning, perception and rapid eye movement during sleep. Peanuts, which are actually legumes, but were still part of the study, produced the highest delta response, which is associated with healthy immunity, natural healing, and deep sleep. The study's principal investigator, Lee Berk, DrPH, MPH, associate dean for research at the LLU School of Allied Health Professions, said that while researchers found variances between the six nut varieties tested (almonds, cashews, peanuts, pecans, pistachios and walnuts), all of them were high in beneficial antioxidants, with walnuts containing the highest antioxidant concentrations of all. Why Nitrates And Nitrites In Processed Meats Are Harmful – But Those In Vegetables Aren't University of Hertfordshire (UK), November 11, 2021 While there are many reasons processed meats aren't great for our health, one reason is because they contain chemicals called nitrates and nitrites. But processed meats aren't the only foods that contain these chemicals. In fact, many vegetables also contain high amounts – mainly nitrates. And yet research suggests that eating vegetables lowers – not raises – cancer risk. So how can nitrates and nitrites be harmful when added to meat but healthy in vegetables? The answer lies in how nitrates and nitrites in food get converted into other molecules. Nitrates and nitrites occur attached to sodium or potassium, and belong to a family of chemically related molecules that also includes the gas nitric oxide. Vegetables such as beetroot, spinach and cabbages are particularly good sources of nitrates. When we eat something containing nitrates or nitrites, they may convert into a related molecular form. For example, nitrate in vegetables and in the pharmaceutical form nitroglycerine (which is used to treat angina), can convert in the body into nitric oxide. Nitric oxide dilates blood vessels, which can reduce blood pressure. It's actually sodium nitrite – not nitrate – that's linked to cancer. But if consuming nitrites alone directly caused cancer, then even eating vegetables would be harmful to us. Given this isn't the case, it shows us that cancer risk likely comes from when the sodium nitrites react with other molecules in the body. So it isn't necessarily the nitrates and nitrites themselves that cause health issues – including cancer. Rather, it's what form they are converted into that can increase risk – and what these converted molecules interact with in our bodies. The main concern is when sodium nitrite reacts with degraded bits of amino acids – protein fragments our body produces during the digestion of proteins – forming molecules called N-nitroso compounds (NOCs). These NOCs have been shown to cause cancer. Obama Climate & Environment Record Seasoned environmentalists were very skeptical of obama from the very start n the 2008 campaign -- notably his coal to liquid technology he advocated and his great enthusiasm for ethanol Sold off 2.2 billion tons of coal from public land (Greenpeace report). The sales to private interests generated $2.3 billon but CO2 damage estimated between $52-530 billion His Clean Power Plan -- which Trump administration later trashed -- really had little to do with the plan's name -- had nothing to do with eradicating hazardous pollutants from power generation; it was primarily all based on a cap and trade system to regulate carbon dioxide Ran on campaign that by 2025, 25% of US energy would be renewable Was never anywhere close on being on track for that goal Promoted fracking as a move away from coal to natural gas -- this was a midst promises to have highest standards for fracking on federal land -- never happened Lowered natural gas export restrictions in order to sell more US natural gas to foeign customers Made efforts to weaken rules.on methane leaks from oil and gas operations -- leaks account or 3 percent of US gas emissions Also instrumental in pushing on behalf of pipeline companies and terminals to have major coastal terminals for gas exports (most notable example was Cove Point terminal in Maryland that Obama touted Flint Water crisis Sued the EPA over a dozen ties against the agency's effort to increase environmental regulations on corporations Opened more federal and land (18% increase between 2009-2014) for oil and gas drilling -- including "off limits" regions in the mid Atlantic coast, along Alaska's Arctic coast and Gulf of mexico, Completely failed on setting rules or clean disposal of coal ash byproduct -- US produces about 100 million tons of this crap annually and just dumps into holes in the ground Went soft on ozone pollution and smog rules -- did lower Bush's ozone threshold from 75ppb to 70 ppb, but his EPA was recommending 60-65 ppb Very insensitive to wood pellet development under the disguise as a renewable -- part of his clean power plan
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“...and I was also tired of going to meetings where I had an opinion or someone else had an opinion, as a physician, on how the business was going, and you were literally told like, ‘Hey, just take your stethoscope and go back to the clinic. Go do what you really know how to do.'” -Ihuoma Emenuga, MD, MPH, MBA In today's episode, Dr Jen Barna talks with Dr. Ihuoma Emenuga. Dr. Emenuga walks us through her story, starting with her medical education at the University of Nigeria, then a move from Tunisia to London to pursue her MPH at University of London with her four children in tow, and then a move back to Tunisia followed by her move to the United States. Based on the needs of one of her children, she moved to the United States where she completed her residency training at Howard University, her MBA at University of Maryland, and continues to practice medicine, teach and do work in public health. Throughout her life she has shown bravery, strength and a love for medicine and knowledge. Now she is tackling the business of medicine in order to make healthcare work for everyone with Vie Health, to benefit patients, physicians and the bottom line of the organizations she serves. You won't want to miss this episode! Tune in to hear an inspiring story of perseverance, believing in oneself, and raising resilient kids. Ihuoma Emenuga, MD, MPH, MBA Dr. Emenuga is the Medical Director at Chase Brexton Health Care Randallstown, where she provides clinical leadership, supervisory and management oversight to clinical providers and their teams while providing direct patient care. She is also on the faculty of The Residency Fellowship in Health Policy at George Washington University, where she teaches Health Economics and the Business of Medicine to physicians. She is passionate about designing health care systems that address the triple bottom line of healthcare productivity, patient experience and provider satisfaction, and is currently in the process of building a consortium of like-minded individuals and entities who have the shared purpose of building healthcare systems that work for everyone. She received her residency training at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C, her medical education at the University of Nigeria, and her MPH and MBA at the University of London (LSHTM) and University of Maryland (UMD) respectively. 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Season 2 Episode 43. Chuck and Chris review 3 new journal articles pertinent to the practice of hand surgery. Two are focused on steroid injection and the role this treatment has, especially in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. The third focuses on complications with local only surgery in a large database study. Yoshiaki Yamanaka, MD, PhD, Takafumi Tajima, MD, PhD, Yoshitaka Tsujimura, MD, et al (Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Fukuoka, Japan)Molecular and Clinical Elucidation of the Mechanism of Action of Steroids in Idiopathic CarpalTunnel Syndrome J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2021;103:1777-87Nikolas H. Kazmers, MD, MSE, Kate Peacock, MPH, Katelin B. Nickel, MPH, et al (University of Utah and Washington University Data Center) Comparison of Complication Risk Following Trigger Digit Release Performed in the Office Versus the Operating Room: A Population-Based AssessmentJ Hand Surg Am. Vol. 46, October 2021Manfred Hofer, BSc; Jonas Ranstam, PhD; Isam Atroshi, MD, PhD. (Department of Orthopedics, Kristianstad Hospital, Kristianstad, Sweden (Hofer, Atroshi);Department of Clinical Sciences–Orthopedics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden (Ranstam, Atroshi).) Extended Follow-up of Local Steroid Injection for Carpal Tunnel SyndromeA Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Network Open. 2021;4(10):e2130753. doi:10.1001As always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu. And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.Sign up for The Upper Hand Podcast Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/hH5qfT
Dr. Peter McCullough MD on COVID, Vaccine Dangers, Therapeutics, Untested New Therapies. Very Informative. Watch this speech at- https://rumble.com/vnbv86-winning-the-war-against-therapeutic-nihilism-and-trusted-treatments-vs-unte.html Winning the War Against Therapeutic Nihilism & Trusted Treatments vs Untested Novel Therapies Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Published October 4, 2021 Rumble — Peter McCullough, MD, MPH speaks at the 78th Annual Meeting of AAPS on October 2, 2021. For presentation slides visit: https://www.scribd.com/document/530328436/Slides-from-Peter-McCullough-MD-Oct-1-2021-Lecture Patient Guide: https://aapsonline.org/covidpatientguide/ HELP ACU SPREAD THE WORD! Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks. Forward this show to friends. Ways to subscribe to the American Conservative University Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FM Player Podcast Addict Tune-in Podcasts Pandora Look us up on Amazon Prime …And Many Other Podcast Aggregators and sites Please help ACU by submitting your Show ideas. Email us at email@example.com Please go to Apple Podcasts and give ACU a 5 star rating. Apple canceled us and now we are clawing our way back to the top. Don't let the Leftist win. Do it now! Thanks.
Bridget Kelly & Mandii B start the episode playing the national trick anthem “Silk Sonic's - Out The Window”. Mandii B shares that her best friend purchased her a diamond bracelet and Bridget reminds the fellas that some women have very fulfilling platonic relationships, and do not want a man unless they are ADDING value. (00:15:00) Bridget congratulates Mandii B on a successful live show for her other podcast, "Whoreible Decisions” and Mandii shares the opportunities and benefits of running an independent production. In this episode you can expect to hear: (00:23:00) The ladies debrief about the Kanye West Interview on Drink Champs (00:32:26) The stigmas around Kanye's validity due to his mental health and how “the declaration of insanity is a form of censorship” (00:40:00) Why Bridget & Mandii B's therapy session forced them to take a closer look into concepts like vulnerability & abandonment leaving them both in tears (00:47:00) Britney Renner interview with Akademiks discussing leading to a conversation about changing ourselves for a man and whether a “hoe” deserves “love.” (1:04:00) Travis Scott's ASTROWORLD: deaths, condolences, Roddy Rich donation, & discussions around liability (1:12:00) DUI accident at 156 MPH and the irresponsible and contreversation tweet by Kadarius Toney (1:28:00) Why Summer Walkers' album is giving “eww” & “desperation”