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Autismvoice The voice of parents of children on the autism spectrum.
Bipolar Advantage The Bipolar Advantage is about recognizing all of the aspects of the bipolar condition, the good and thebad. It's aboutcoming to an acceptance of yourself while striving to become a better person. It's about using Introspection to become aware of who you REALLY are and learning to change your habits in order to accentuate the positive aspects of the bipolar condition while minimizing the negative.
Cardiovascular Multimedia Information Network (CVMD) - Public Podcast Brought to you by Arizona Heart Institute and Hospital, CVMD.org is a dynamic multimedia medical information network designed to generate, produce and distribute information relating to cutting-edge advances in cardiovascular disease detection, prevention and treatment. Patients, healthcare professionals, hospital administrators and scientists will gain unrestricted access to the highest quality multimedia educational materials available relating to cardiovascular medicine and surgery.
June Lagoon Personal broadcast by June Pecchia, describing her experiences with Breast Cancer Surgery.
Prostate Cancer Research and Education Foundation Dr. Israel Barken, M.D. http://www.pcref.org
Triumph Over Hepatitis C ::. podcasts The audio / video blog
of Lloyd Wright :::
Hepatitis C Researcher : Survivor
Health Podcasts::General
A Motivation Minute A Motivational Minute from Dr. Adolph Brown, III
A4M: All About Human Growth Hormone Age-related decay of neuroendocrine function associated with reduced production and secretion of many hormones has served as the basis for replacement therapy as an integral part of the practice of anti-aging medicine. Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is one of the most widely used molecules for this purpose because its global somatotrophic functions that promote many aspects of the youthful phenotype. HGH may substantially improve quality of life and reduce age-related health declines among mature adults, but it cannot be distributed for a purpose "other than the treatment of a disease or other recognized medical condition." Despite HGH's approval and widespread use among anti-aging practitioners as a clinical intervention in aging, there is much controversy because of those using HGH in conjunction with steroids to increase muscle mass and performance.
A4M: Breakthroughs in Anti-Aging As we age, fewer and fewer of the approximately 30,000 genes in the human body are active resulting in a slow down in bodily functions, weakened immunity, reduced metabolism, loss of energy, baldness, and other typical signs of aging. Aging is associated with silencing a substantial number of genes through the reaction of methylation of gene promoters. A complex master clock of life controls the rate at which genes are silences. A new generation of supplements and cosmetics attempt to restore the activity of the genes to the level of young adult age-and there have been many exciting breakthroughs in recent years.
A4M: Frontiers of Cellular Anti-Aging Therapeutics Discussion on the latest scientific approaches to the treatment of cellulite, highlighting a variety of non-surgical, minimally invasive techniques.
A4M: Learn About Botox, Fillers, and Other Aesthetic In-office Procedures The facial appearance is central to human interpersonal perception and very often a testimonial of our aging process. Facial skin aging has been classically divided by biological aging (intrinsic aging) and extrinsic aging factors such as sun and environmental exposure. The clinical translation of that process is laxity, deepness of the expression lines, dryness and flattening of the dermal-epidermal interface with significant changes in the color, texture and overall quality of the skin. The face-lift of the 21st century is going in the "surgery-less" direction. These quite affordable procedures offer good results, no stitches and cuts, and no downtime, allowing the patient to resume normal activities immediately. And unlike traditional surgical face-lifts, the new lift is reversible.
A4M: Longevity - How To Live Longer The adverse affects of long-term stress are the most serious causes of aging. Stress causes wear and tear on our tissues and organs and plays a major role in all of our diseases. Not only does it lead to premature death, it also causes debility while we are still alive. The effects of stress often negate any long-term benefits provided by anti-aging programs. Control of stress is the most important technique you can learn to aid in your quest to live longer, healthier, more vigorously and happier.
A4M: Prevention and Intervention of Cancer Cancer is the #1 leading cause of death in the United States. To date, there has been no effective method of early detection of cancers and consequently the great majority of patients with newly diagnosed cancer are detected too late. New information and technologies are continually being found that are becoming powerful tools in the prevention and intervention of cancer.
A4M: Prevention and Intervention of Cardiovascular Disease Discussion of the novel and innovative uses for various therapeutics to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease, including Dilantin (phenytoin), first manufactured in 1908 regarded as an effective therapy for depression, anxiety, worry, attention problems, and other thought, mood, and behavior disorders and which has many additional recently discovered therapeutic applications.
A4M: The Latest in Laser Surgery and Intense Pulsed Light According to the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Society, more than 117,000 cases of face-lift are performed every year in the United States slone. In today's active society and demanding workplace, patients are frequently searching for less invasive procedures with diminished morbidity and more rapid healing to address their cosmetic concerns. A combination of several new non-invasive procedures allows significant facial changes. Non-invasive lifts associated with skin restoration technologies: laser, intense pulsed light (IPL), radiofrequency, and new skin delivery systems can indeed become the face-lift of the future.
A4M: The Latest on Bio-Identical Hormones Three things define aging. They are memory, vision, and mobility. In order to maintain these functions, hormone replacement is needed as one ages. Hormone replacement should not be considered without a complete understanding of how all of the body's hormones interact with each other. If one is altered, or deficient, it will affect the actions of all of the hormones in one's body. It is due to this that the proper dosing of bio-identical hormones by a compounding pharmacy because very important.
A4M: The Latest on Metabolic Medicine Inextricably linked to the global pandemic of obesity is the Metabolic Syndrome X. As many as 70 million American people may have the variable condition of excessive body weight, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, linked by insulin resistance (Syndrome X). While genetic predispositions to obesity, Metabolic Syndrome X, and diabetes mellitus operate variably, much evidence indicates that positive changes in lifestyle domains to promote health is the pivotal maneuver in the combat against obesity related diseases, including wide ranging associations of the Metabolic X Syndrome.
A4M: The Latest on Physical Medicine, Exercise, Rehabilitation and Arthritis Discussion of sports medicine and the role of exercise and rehabilitation in treating a range of physical ailments including various knee disorders.
A4M: Weight Loss Sixty-four percent (64%) of American adults are either overweight or obese and those numbers are growing exponentially in both our adults and children. Recent research has documented the impact that the largest endocrine organ, the adipose tissue, has on the modulation of systemic inflammation. Inflammation contributes to the plethora of co-morbidities that are associated with obesity, a disease that costs $1 in every $8.33 US spent for health care. Over the last few decades, a new generation of drugs and treatments have been developed in an attempt to cure this growing pandemic.
Beauty Now: The Intersection of Cosmetic Surgery, Longevity & Bio-Medical Innovation There is new opportunity at the intersection of technology and beauty but it comes with a price. Not just the costs of cosmetic surgery and non-invasive dermatology procedures and injectables but the costs of changing forever our natural beauty. Teri Hausman, biomedical investor, beauty aficionado, wife of a plastic surgeon and typical woman who wants to stay ageless interviews leading plastic surgeons about the newest procedures in the market today. Teri also talks to the founders of companies behind new anti-aging products and technologies. Get advice from experts on anti-aging and longevity, fitness, nutrition, cosmetic surgery, hormone therapies, laser and chemical procedures, cosmeceuticals and more.
Boards of Pharmacy Against Counterfeit Drugs The introduction of counterfeit prescription drugs into our nation's drug supply poses a threat to public health and safety. Patients have a right to expect that the medicines they buy will be safe and effective. We're committed to doing all we can to ensure that those expectations are met.
Bob Dole on Medicare - 10 Things Seniors Need to Know For the first time, Medicare is offering full insurance coverage for prescription drugs. Known as Medicare Part D, it's open to everyone regardless of income. If you qualify for Medicare, you can join. If you're thinking about signing up for a Medicare prescription drug plan, you should know that all plans are different. It's important to pick a plan that's best for you.
BrainReady BrainCasts- Fight the effects that aging has already had on your brain, just by listening! Get your aging brain back into shape...JUST BY LISTENING! BrainReady gives you a true mental cross-training spanning a variety of fun and easy brain exercises you can do entirely in your head while driving, exercising, eating lunch, whatever! All you have to do is listen along. Let's face it: you try to exercise and eat right to stay young-looking, feeling good, and healthy as you get older. But what about the most important part of your body...your BRAIN? Most of us just don't get the mental cross-training needed to ward off mental decline and even diseases such as Alzheimers and Dementia. Just like your physical body, recent research proves that it's USE IT OR LOSE IT. That's where BrainReady.com comes in: BrainReady is the revolutionary new way to turn back the clock on the damage that aging has already done to your brain, which starts as young as your 20's (yes, your TWENTIES!) and progresses each year through old age. Unless you DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
Breathing Techniques and Exercises for the Lung Cancer Community Lung Cancer Alliance asked Donna Wilson, RN, MSN, RRT, Personal Trainer, to share breathing tips with the lung cancer community. Her tips are invaluable and will allow for better quality of life for those affected by lung cancer.
Cardiovascular Multimedia Information Network (CVMD) - Professional Podcast Brought to you by Arizona Heart Institute and Hospital, CVMD.org is a dynamic multimedia medical information network designed to generate, produce and distribute information relating to cutting-edge advances in cardiovascular disease detection, prevention and treatment. Patients, healthcare professionals, hospital administrators and scientists will gain unrestricted access to the highest quality multimedia educational materials available relating to cardiovascular medicine and surgery.
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