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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Dr Ronald Hoffman here and a new finding about fibromyalgia. It bears on that. We're going to do a shortly on the subject of neuro nutrition headline from Massachusetts General Hospital researchers collaborating with a team of the Caroline skins toot in Sweden have found widespread inflammation in the brains of those with Fibro myalgia fibromyalgia is a pain condition and a lot of people think, well, you know, the problem is in the muscles. It turns out the problems in the brain. And it has to do with inflammation, inflammation of the brain of the researchers use special MRI pet scanning to look at inflammation various regions in the brain. And what they found is that the gleeful cells of patients with fibromyalgia. Were very inflamed. They showed signs of secreting chemicals associated with inflammation. And that suggests that maybe inflammation. Is a target in fibromyalgia, and tampering doubt that inflammation. Using certain nutrients or medications alternatively to tamp down that inflammation could relieve the suffering of patients with this pervasive condition. I mean, it's a so communist see so many patients with fibromyalgia, and by the way, depression is also thought to be related to brain inflammation study showed that curcumin can alleviate depression. And..

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"For the best garden show try and put the fruit trees frei when it's in bloom all look wow is will fall dr ronald hoffman strategies for macular degeneration magical treatments and the car dr what do you do for a living don't work talk of connecticut weekends d in the morning talk drc am w drc fm hd three hartford s n g torrington w m w meriden the talk of connecticut climber caught i'm lisa lacerra fox news a woman protesting immigration policy climbed up about one hundred feet on the statue of liberty forcing the evacuation of liberty island for hours this afternoon police officers had to climb up and get her down she wasn't friendly with us we took our time to basically get a dialogue with her she would trust us so we took a while it also was a technical rescue for where we were the angles that we had to go on is difficult to basically stay there was nothing for us to grab detective brian black and the incident coming just hours after another protests were demonstrators unfurled a flag calling for the abolishment of ice earlier tonight president trump and the first lady hosted military families at the white house are truly unbelievable people thank you for keeping america safe strong proud mighty and free god bless you god bless our military and god bless america.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To five five okay let's hear about something about glyphosate commonly known as around up also another one dyke cambe they're using these days is a gmo crops that are resistant to herbicides so you can it makes it easy you can just spray spray spray with herbicides and you won't kill the crops and you'll kill the weeds or in some cases these pesticides to kill pests and so the net result is that you're getting a lot more in the way of herbicides and pesticides in the non organic gmo foods that you're getting at the supermarket so here's another reason to be concerned about herbicides of bacteria respond exposure to herbicides by becoming resistant to antibiotics it's interesting it'll bacteria will innocence their plants plants but they're living organisms that respond to herbicides and herbicides either kill them inhibit their growth or cause them through natural selection to develop resistance and they say the we're besides were developed primarily to kill plants there are not necessarily limited the plant kingdom they may potentially impact many other nontarget organisms often at sub lethal though no less biologically significant levels as they may not kill off the bacteria what doesn't kill you makes you stronger in this case the bacteria become more resistance so the story goes on to suggest that urbicide exposure induces a one point three to three point five fold increase in the amount of antibiotic needed to inhibit colony formation and in some cases the changes were even larger so we got a big problem in hospitals and in the community which is that there's a lot of antibiotic resistance it requires more and more antibiotics higher and higher doses and we're running out of affective antibiotics one of the reasons is that we used bikes to begin with that creates had resistance but another may be the pervasive use of herbicides and pesticides on our foods and yet another reason to curb our enthusiasm of the agriculture communities embrace of these gmo species that are resistant to herbicides not great for grid for the plant's not great for the human community i'm dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"This vibrating platform and there were obese mice so they were more likely to be susceptible to osteoarthritis and cartilage thinning what they found was that the lowintensity vibration reduced the thinning of the cartilage and also affected a marker called m p thirteen which is an inflammatory marker thought to be associated with osteoarthritis so their conclusion is these data suggests that dynamic loading via low insensitive vibration protected the retention of cartilage thickness potentially resulting enjoyed surfaces better suited to endure the risk of elevated loading that parallel obesity and that's pretty cool get another dividend the standing on that plate for twenty minutes a day and i do this i actually i am not obese arabe osteoporosis but i'm a runner at i'm prone to also sorta and i think it really helps i actually think it really helps with alleviating soreness and speeding recovery and it wouldn't hurt if a protected by knees from cartilage deterioration because when those needs go so goes my running career and that's something that i want to perpetuate so considered low attention vibration by the way this comes to us from a company called mero dine and mero dine makes a live device lowintensity vibration device and it's automated it's very cool it's user friendly and i recommend it very highly meriden m a r o d y n e a google and check out the recent studies i'm dr ronald hoffman our number's eight seven seven seven two six eight two five five questions will be right back with more intelligent medicine.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"Blood sugar to bounce around i mean when patients complain of irritability i often check their diet and find that their subject to hypoglycemia so beyond the scope of quick conversation here on the radio but we do a deep dive on your diet and maybe we could stabilize your blood sugar and avoid pro inflammatory foods that affect the brain we now know that depression to some degrees an inflammatory disorder of the brain and even by taking things like curcumin we can help that so you know it you're now now embarking on a more natural way of dealing with your moods and that probably should have been undertaken way back when when you started on the zoloft but it's not too late to get back in the groove and correct some of these imbalances that caused you to have problems in the first place so there you have it i'm dr ronald hoffman our number eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five we'll be back with more and speaking of antidepressants could they be linked to weight gain new study says yes be proactive sure you take your daily vitamins but do you replenish the glutathione levels in your body part of your long term health strategy glue defy on our bodies primary antioxidant it is.

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Puerto Rico grid 'teetering' despite $3.8 billion repair job

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico grid 'teetering' despite $3.8 billion repair job

"Fox news radio i'm carmen roberts secretary of state mike pompeo will meet again today in new york city with north korean spy chief kim yong troll is the to try to lay the groundwork for a singapore summit we are preparing and expect that to take place on june twelfth and we'll be ready if it does on june twelve and if it's not then we'll be ready if it takes place on july dwell white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the atlantic hurricane season begins friday and nearly thirty thousand people are still without power and puerto rico governor ricardo rosales worried about what's going to happen if they have to deal with the storm as potent as hurricane maria again we're cognizant of the fact that if another storm hits puerto rico similar or even lower magnitude the devastation of the energy grid will will ensue fox's joel nato reporting the island's power grid still teetering after a nearly four billion dollar repair job fox news we report you decide saturday and sunday on the talk of connecticut start with the big favourite from the fifties and sixties in tune in all weekend long for the best time to try and put a fruit trees when in balloon all the flowers will fall dr ronald hoffman strategies for macular degeneration magical treatments and the car dr what do you do for living don't work talk of connecticut weekends d in the morning the best talk all day long on apple has released a longawaited update to their mobile operating system now at version eleven point four made for the iphone and ipad the update brings a few new features including airplay to airplay to will allow you to.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Flow blood from the lungs to the heart so that's a pretty definitive test i mean the other definitive tests a little more invasive is to get an angiogram but you know almost didn't pay to get an angiogram when so recently you had zero plaque i guess that's a possibility of the stress test is equivocal but let's suppose that the test is positive which i kinda doubt you know i think the odds are actually in your favor but if if indeed you have a positive stress test and indeed it all of a sudden it's been shown you have a compromise of circulation to your heart then you need to embark on you know whole program diet exercise stress reduction the right kind of supplements perhaps key latian therapy to open up blocked arteries but i'm just not ready to go there on a hypothetical sorta like you know what if i should get cancer tomorrow well you know likelihood is that you won't get cancer tomorrow so why go why do that drill what you're what if i'm going to develop alzheimer's disease well you know there's some possibility but why go there if that's not diagnosed okay so my suggestion to you and you can use it program as resource get the test and then in a week or so when the results are in a on a saturday and run that scenario bias every i think we're very instructive the audience to hear you know how this case progresses and what we can discern from the stress test and if indeed you have some wrong with you whether all this is kind of a false alarm may be may will be in which case you know you just keep on doing the right things that you're doing for that may be enough dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven seven seventy six eight to five five is our number the interesting calls and this item curcumin improves memory and mood according to new study sunny ucla they're doing a.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"Of the kinds of vegetables they will encounter heavy encouraged to consume once they've transition to table foods there was also the notion that one potential strategy for improvement could beat the development of an expansion and commercially available palette of virgins of infant toddler vegetable products that contain significant amounts of dark green leafy vegetables better but that are not overly sweetened by the inclusion of fruit and fruit juice concentrates which we know can contribute overweight and ultimately higher risk for childhood and adult obesity so you know this articles very interesting to me because what they're talking about is the commercial baby foods as if that's the only way to feed your kid know go and buy you know heights baby food or gerber baby food but really what you need to do is why not take the time to prepare these foods and maybe puree them and prepare them in such a fashion that little kids can consume them and instead of relying on the marketplace which we know is skewed towards sweeter foods absent the benefits of righty green leafy vegetables for which we want kids to cultivate a taste well what's wrong with that approach take a little more time parents grandparents and your kids will end up eating better i'm dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five for intelligent medicine.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"The stress test is equivocal but you know let's suppose that the test is positive which i kinda doubt you know i think the odds are actually in your favor but if if indeed you have a positive stress test and indeed it all of a sudden it's been shown you have a compromise of circulation to your heart then you need to embark on a whole program diet exercise stress reduction the right kind of supplements perhaps key latian therapy to open up blocked arteries but i'm just not ready to go there in a hypothetical it's sorta like you know what if i should get cancer tomorrow well you know likelihood is that you won't get cancer so why go why do that drill where you're what if i'm going to develop alzheimer's disease well you know there's some possibility but why go there if that's not diagnosed okay so my suggestion to you and you can use this program as resource get the test and then in a week or so when the results are in a call center saturday and run that scenario bias and it'd be i think very instructive to the audience to hear you know how this case progresses and what we can discern from the stress test and if indeed you have some wrong with you or whether all this is kind of a false alarm and may be may well be in which case you know you just keep on doing the right things that you're doing for that may be enough dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five is our number the interesting calls and this item curcumin improves memory and mood according to new study sunny ucla were doing a.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"In the area of the ear and that's a logical place where cell phone radiation might exert its influence in humans because that's where he hold phone so the research also reported elevated rates of lymphoma as well as cancers affecting the prostate skin lung liver and brain in exposed animals that was two thousand sixteen okay now fast forward to most recently researchers at the national toxicology program that's a federal interagency group under the national institutes of health this is a government this is not an industry group so there's less likelihood of bias they tested three thousand rats and mice of both sexes for two years the largest investigation of radio frequency radiation and cancer rodents ever undertaken and european investigators in italy did a recent study in nearly twenty five hundred routes and what both studies found was that mail routes in both studies but for some reason that mice or female animals developed schwann omos of the heart at statistically higher rates than control animals that were not exposed so the results are confusing why in male rats but not female rats or mice to these tumors occur is this applicable to humans is equally applicable to both sexes so researchers say that the jury is still not out as to whether wireless technology is similarly risky to people but concerns have been raised and you know it's not settled science just as with concerns raised about vaccines doesn't mean that we're ultra opposed vaccines but we need to keep studying them to see if we can improve on vaccine safety and effectiveness and similarly it can't be good for us to be exposed to electromagnetic radiation at high levels twenty four seven in what's disconcerting to me is when i put my radio down next to my computer or a cell phone i hear static and that's a sign that the computers emitting and even the dimmer switches in my house 'cause my radio to have static so all that radiation penetrating my body my brain my heart that can't be good longterm there may be subtle as yet unrealised effects i'm dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five is our number and this is intelligent medicine.

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WDRC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"A regular dose of intelligence medicine injected directly into your inbox subscribe to doctor hoffman's free newsletter just go to dr hoffman dot com welcome back to intelligent medicine dr ronald hoffman here eight seven seven seventy six eight to five five is our number eight seven seven seven two six talk and we're taking your phone calls and we got some great stories lined up for you plus we want to hear from you but before we do that let me share something important about blood pressure you know a lot of drawbacks to blood pressure medication often cause side effects it's grim statistic that virtually half of americans over sixty or taking one or another blood pressure medication we're costly lookout for natural ways to avoid medication and here's one that i've come across and a big believer in this product it's the zona plus got exciting i've got some exciting news about an effective nondrug treatment for high blood pressure persona pluses a safe easy way to lower your blood pressure naturally in its affective it works for nine in ten people it's a high tech smart device that guides you through patented therapy let's personalized to your unique physiology at least twenty two clinical studies that confirm that regular use of the zona plus can result in an average decrease in blood pressure of get this ten percent or more in just four to eight weeks that might allow you to reduce your medication or get off altogether to find out more go to order zone dot com or call toll free eight eight eight four zero eight six one four one that's eight four eight six one four one.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In the area of the ear and that's a logical place where cell phone radiation might exert its influence in humans because that's where you hold the phone what so the researchers also reported elevated rates of lymphoma as well as cancers affecting the prostate skin lung liver and brain in exposed animals that was two thousand sixteen okay now fast forward to most recently researchers at the national toxicology program that's a federal interagency group under the national institutes of health this is a government group is not an industry group so there's less likelihood of bias they tested three thousand rats and mice of both sexes for two years the largest vestige of radio frequency radiation and cancer rodents ever undertaken and european investigators in italy did a recent study in nearly twenty five hundred rats and what both studies found was that mail routes in both studies but for some reason that mice or female animals developed schwann oems of the heart at statistically higher rates than control animals that were not exposed so the results are confusing why in male rats but not female rats or mice did these tumors occur is this applicable to humans is equally applicable to both sexes so researchers say that the jury is still not out as to whether wireless technologies similarly risky to people but concerns have been raised and you know it's not settled science just as with concerns raised about vaccines doesn't mean that we're all tripoli posed a vaccine but we need to keep studying them to see if we can improve on vaccine safety and effectiveness and similarly it can't be good for us to be exposed to electromagnetic radiation at high levels twenty four seven in what's disconcerting to me is when i put my radio down next to my computer or my cell phone i hear static and that's a sign that the computers emitting and even the dimmer switches in my house 'cause my radio to have static so all that reations penetrating my body my brain my heart that can't be good longterm there may be subtle and as yet unrealised effects i'm dr ronald hoffman eight seven seven seven two six eight two five five is our number and this is intelligent medicine.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"D r hoffman dot com welcome back to television medicine dr ronald hoffman here and we're talking about the relationship between the microbiome what resides in your intestinal tracts and heart health that i recently delivered a lecture on this at nyu here in new york city in conjunction with a great young gastroenterologist leeann chen who was pleased to make your acquaintance of because she's involved in research on the microbial over there in nyu so my alma mater whether places that i studied at has really really made some fantastic advances in the thirty or more years since i was there in addition to potentially making you fat literally the bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract can make you fat how do we know that will through technique called fecal transfer in experiments if you transfer the bacteria from the intestine of a fat rat to within rat the rat will get fat and part of it's due to the effect on metabolism and part of the due to the effect on appetite the bugs and are tracked actually commandeer our appetite centers and may cause us to eat more really quite fascinating what's going on there and of course obesity is a prerequisite to cardiovascular disease so that's one of the ways that i talk about in my article that you can find a dr hoffman dot com but in addition there's something made in the gut called tma oh tried ethyl amine oxide and try oxide is potentially as much of a risk factor for cardiovascular disease as cholesterol or ldl cholesterol or c reactive protein or hold assisted it's really among the major risk factors associated getting a heart attack or stroke and it said that people who consume a lot of choline or carnitine choline comes from fish eggs dairy and biggs and carnitine of course comes from meat that those people make more tma o but many study suggests that meat eaters and even people consume high fat dairy but lots of eggs don't have more cardiovascular so what's up with that is it about their dieters about the bacteria their gut that convert these foods into dangerous tma and something very interesting came up when they were studying tma.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Would recommend that you take consider taking something like arginine or arginine with citra lean it promotes nitric oxide nitric oxide helps the blood vessels open up i would also take lots of fish oil because fish oil has an anti inflammatory effect and anti atherosclerosis effect that could be very beneficial considered kiala gauge garlic extract when you hear what i'm going to be talking about just a moment about resveratrol you wanna take some of that these are some of the things that can make a difference in peripheral artery disease the other thing is i find it so patients benefit from carnitine because carnitine helps fuel the muscle cells and part of it is not enough blood flow oxygen but part of it is simply energy brown out in those mike andrea the power of the muscles and so carnitine may have a beneficial effect in in that as well some studies show that intravenous carnitine is helpful but not many people can access that so take oral carnitine and you'll get some benefit in terms of walking distance maybe not a bad idea for you to take aspirin not the worst thing in the world unless caused stomach problems it can prevent blood clots and enhance circulation and usually people have also have some cardiovascular risks so you may wanna take aspirin as preventive but those are some of the things that i think could make a difference for you so give it a shot hope you have a doctor the area who treats patients using relation therapy that might be a good avenue free to pursue i recommend i'm dr ronald hoffman and when we return them more of the arrays verret troll story it's really quite interesting how it might work to help the heart this is intelligent medicine and others item about high blood pressure in recently i did a series of articles about the new high blood pressure guidelines they're moving the goalposts on us and.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Contributed the gift of life to your sibling that's just amazing i i don't know if someone had no i don't have any siblings but if somebody came up to me and said you know donate your kidney hoddinott i don't know if i would have the stuff to do that it takes enormous courage and altruism to do it thank you for doing that i'm dr ronald hoffman this item shit provided reassurance to some men who go to the doctor and dread that part of the examined all the exam physical exams pretty benign doc you're pulls up a stethoscope pulls out the tongue oppressor you know pal page you listen to your heart presses your abdomen but then when the doctor reaches into that box and snaps on that rubber glove gets out the tube of lube that's the part of the exam that a lot of men dread and there's good news for men who would otherwise routinely experienced that at each and every physical exam because in medicine we have these traditions we do just drinks raise routinely and we do ekg's routinely and then we discover after decades that the routine ekg on people without heart disease and the routine x ray on people who were non smokers and have no lung complaints a waste of time waste of money and potentially harmful and same thing is happening with the d r e or the digital rectal exam it's used to screen for prostate cancer underlying screen because for ordinarily healthy men without urinary complaints without problems it turns out that it doesn't pay off the researchers looked at get this eight thousand two hundred and seventeen studies and they win at it down to just seven studies which were valid because the rest of the studies they have problems the seven studies included over nine thousand patients and what they found was that the predictive value of the digital rectal exam was neil he didn't do any good in terms of ultimately saving lives now caveat here this does not mean that the digital rectal exam is going away of the dodo birds in men who have prostate problems perhaps in men who previously been treated for prostate cancer it might be worthwhile for an experienced urologist who's got the right touch because a lot of primary care doctors they're not so good at doing exam they don't know what they're feeling at their fingertip.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"You've contributed the gift of life to your sibling and that's just amazing i i don't know if someone had i don't have any siblings but if somebody came up to me and said you know donate your kidney i don't know i don't know if i would have the stuff to to do that it takes enormous courage and altruism to do it so thank you for doing that dr ronald hoffman this item it should provide reassurance to some men who go to the doctor and dread that part of the examined all the exam physical exams pretty benign doc you're pulls up a stethoscope pulls out the tongue oppressor you know pal page you listen to your heart presses your abdomen but then when the doctor reaches in that box and snaps on that rubber glove gets up the tube of lube that's part of the exam that a lot of men dread and there's good news for men who would otherwise routinely experienced that at each and every physical exam because in medicine we have these traditions we do gesturing raise routinely and we do ekg is routinely and then we discover after decades that the routine ekg on people without heart disease and the routine x ray on people who were non smokers and have no lung complaints a waste of time waste of money and potentially harmful and same thing is happening with the d r e or the digital rectal exam it's used to screen for prostate cancer underlying screen because for ordinarily healthy men without urinary complaints without problems it turns out that it doesn't pay off the researchers looked at get this eight thousand two hundred and seventeen studies and they win it it down to just seven studies which were valid because the rest of the studies they have problems the seven studies included over nine thousand patients and what they found was that the predictive value of the digital rectal exam was neil he didn't do any good in terms of ultimately saving lives now caveat here this does not mean that the digital rectal exam is going the way of the dodo birds in men who have prostate problems perhaps in men who previously been treated for prostate cancer it.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Contributed the gift of life to your sibling and that's just amazing i i don't know if someone had know i don't have any siblings but if somebody came up to me and said you know donate your kidney i don't know i don't know if i would have the stuff to to do that it takes enormous courage and altruism to do it so thank you for doing that dr ronald hoffman this item shit provided reassurance to some men who go to the doctor and dread that part of the examined all the exam physical exams pretty benign doc you're pulls up a stethoscope pulls out the tongue oppressor you know pal page you listen to your heart presses your abdomen but then when the doctor reaches in my box and snaps on that rubber glove gets out the tube of lube that's the part of the exam that a lot of men dread and there's good news for men who would otherwise routinely experienced that at each and every physical exam because in medicine we have these traditions we do just drinks raise routinely and we do ekg's routinely and then we discover after decades that the routine ekg on people without heart disease and the routine x ray on people who were non smokers and have no lung complaints a waste of time waste of money and potentially harmful and same thing is happening with the d r e or the digital rectal exam it's used to screen for prostate cancer underlying screen because for ordinarily healthy men without urinary complaints without problems it turns out that it doesn't pay off the researchers looked at get this eight thousand two hundred and seventeen studies and they win it it down to just seven studies which were valid because the rest of the studies they have problems the seven studies included over nine thousand patients and what they found was that the predictive value of the digital rectal exam was neil he didn't do any good in terms of ultimately saving lives now caveat here this does not mean that the digital rectal exam is going the way of the dodo birds in men who have prostate problems perhaps in men who previously be treated for prostate cancer it.

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"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr ronald hoffman" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to intel's medicine dr ronald hoffman here and now let's hear from marlene alomar ling hind hangings mound or it is a what's that her thinking were this our zhou all disney begins in the gut should we believe that this article is very helpful i trust whole world will reading it hmm okay well thank you very much sure merlene appreciate your call it and if the rivers to an article that uh i road zone oh a couple of months back about to all the evidence that links the gut uh to a wide variety of health conditions and we're not just talking about uh gastrointestinal problems were not just talking about seoul's relative colitis and krones disease and irritable bowel syndrome uh because um as dr lucy of thought of bassano uh who's an italian researcher unnecesarily act disease wants said famously he said uh what happens in the gut dozen stay in the gut in a pair of raising the las vegas for me mmhmm and it turns out that uh things that are going on in the gastrointestinal tract you have an imbalance in the bacteria in your guest intestinal tract he can affect your risk of obesity it can increase the risk of depression and anxiety it can certainly have an impact on cardiovascular disease and the diabetes risk i it's proinflammatory in terms of uh your joints and it may be proinflammatory in terms of such brain disorders as a parkinson's disease there was a proven recently uh and alzheimer's may be linked in some ways to uh inflammation has generated by imbalances in the gut sir so uh how do we deal with it well we change science we take the right probiotics we sometimes user herbs of medications to reduce the proliferation of bad bacteria in our guts and we use the protocol to address what's called leaky got syndrome liquica's got syndrome means that uh the lining of the intestinal tract which has mike reporters that are designed to selectively absorb healthy nutrients and also keep out bad things like cut bacterial endotoxins uh in georgians from in completely broken down foods these of barriers get yet to breached and damaged and you get.

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