An hour of medical questions, answers, debate, dialogue, discussion, andamp; health in the news.
KSQD 3-24-2021: Coronavirus vaccine approved in US, new weight-loss drug, antibacterials and more
FDA review says the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine is very effective to prevent severe COVID-19 symptoms; Compensating for chemical sensitivities when getting a Coronavirus vaccine; A new once-a-week drug helps loosing weight -- the problem with drug pricing in the U.S.; Muscle physiology explains why some people tolerate cold better -- lactase gene is another evolutionary adaptation; How cold therapy increases brown fat, which is important in weight loss; Can I take my supplements while I am fasting? The role of stress hormones interacting with bacterial biofilm on plaques in your arteries; Causes of colorectal cancer by bacteria; A treatment for eczema includes anti-inflammatory bacteria! The role of bacteria in causing colorectal cancers; Using bacteria to combat a relative who causes bad effects like MRSA; Using bacteriophages, viruses against bacteria, to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria -- the multiple attack approach is best; Brief review of causes and treatments for various forms of dementia
KSQD 2-17-2021: Celebrex side effects, sleep and teenagers, hot flashes and HRT, some Coronavirus…
Celebrex can reduce effectiveness of many blood pressure medications; Advice for the timing of getting a mammogram if you are getting the Coronavirus vaccine; Countering bad COVID-19 testing claims and other false Coronavirus claims; The benefits of Resveratrol for to reduce the risk of breast cancer; The importance of sleep in teenagers -- the genetics of napping sleep research is discussed; Prolonged sitting reduces cognitive function and increases distractibility; Skin testing for environmental allergies; A 15 year old boy with many anaphylactic reactions should look at microbiome solutions; Dealing with flash sweating in a post-menopausal woman -- thorough hormone testing and addressing stress will help
KSQD 2-10-2021: Rapid testing, good research and more Coronavirus news; Climate change and more…
Weekly COVID-19 vaccine and testing news -- self rapid tests are here! Food sensitivities are explained and the Elimination diet is discussed; Foods that are good or bad for age-related cognitive decline; The complicated analysis of Coronavirus transmission, infection and death rates; Dr. Dawn discusses the tremendous challenges of Climate Change; Selenium and CoQ10 supplements lowered many causes of mortality
KSQD 2-03-2021: Lots of Coronavirus vaccine news, hand arthritis and important new embryology research
Dr. Dawn tells her experiences with trying to get the Coronavirus vaccine for patients; Diagnosis of osteoarthritis in hands may be rheumatoid arthritis -- anti-inflammatory supplements are reviewed; Crowd-sourced science with apps revealed symptoms of COVID-19, such as loss of smell and rashes; Benefits and risks of Warfarin for blood clot treatment -- new drugs are better; How physical forces guide development of the embryo into differentiated tissues -- related research in cancer tumors
KSQD 1-27-2020: Lots of COVID-19 vaccine news plus antioxidants, tetanus and protein product
More about Ivermectin, vaccine distribution problems in California; How the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine works in detail and more COVID-19 vaccine news; Do antioxidant supplements interfere with health benefits of intermittent fasting? All about tetanus boosters -- are they really needed? Dr. Dawn favors vegetable protein powders over animal-based products
KSQD 1-20-2021: Mostly COVID-19 science and vaccine reports, plus more exciting health news
Vaccine clinics in Santa Cruz are running -- details and problems are discussed; Should we redirect the second vaccine doses to do more first doses because of mutations in Coronavirus? The risk ratios for the severity of COVID-19 symptoms vary widely by age; New research reveals how many animals detect magnetic fields around the Earth; Multiple Sclerosis symptoms, treatments and new drugs; Blood sugar testing guidelines for non-diabetics; The complex interaction of antibiotics on prebiotics and the microbiome; More complex antibiotic and probiotic interactions in infants; The complex problem of hypoxia because of COVID-19 is explained; Clever strategy to treat COVID-19 by nasal flooding with a virus-binding site decoy protein
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Best healthcare podcast I continuously listen to.
Don’t look at any thing else??
I wonder if you think you have a stupid audience? I have no opinion about vaccines but hearing you say to not look at Mr. Kennedy’s website “because that is what he wants you to do” makes me question you!!
Why can’t I look at two contradictory websites??? He advises his audience to look at all arguments, he links to them.
You say don’t look- if you speak the truth then let wouldn’t you say please look??
Dr. Dawn is great
I really enjoy the show and love Dr. Dawn’s approach re.always taking a deeper look. The only frustrating thing is that if one can’t listen live there’s no telling when the podcasts will show up, sometimes a couple of weeks later which sort of neutralizes some of the time sensitive info., e.g. Covid updates.