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Dr. Michael Roizen is the Chief Wellness Officer at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic and is host of YOU The Owner’s Manual Podcast. Dr. Roizen co-founded RealAge, a service providing personal health tools to consumers and is author of the award-winning series of “RealAge” books. Dr. Roizen also co-authored, with Dr. Mehmet Oz, YOU: The Owner’s Manual series of bestselling books. Each week Dr. Roizen brings you medical news of the week, everyday health tips and informative interviews with the nation’s leading health practitioners.

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Dr. Michael Roizen is the Chief Wellness Officer at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic and is host of YOU The Owner’s Manual Podcast. Dr. Roizen co-founded RealAge, a service providing personal health tools to consumers and is author of the award-winning series of “RealAge” books. Dr. Roizen also co-authored, with Dr. Mehmet Oz, YOU: The Owner’s Manual series of bestselling books. Each week Dr. Roizen brings you medical news of the week, everyday health tips and informative interviews with the nation’s leading health practitioners.

    EP 1,124 News of the Week

    EP 1,124 News of the Week

    Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.  

    How you can avoid heart disease death rates
    To prevent prostate enlargement, stop the sugar!
    Those at risk for cardiovascular disease less likely to wear wearables
    Upping your step count, even in small amounts is critical
    Studies on psilocybin and psychedelic mushrooms
    PLUS so much more...



     

    EP 1124B - Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal

    EP 1124B - Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal

    You or someone you care about has probably experienced trauma, whether “big-T” trauma, such as emotional, physical, or sexual abuse or the more common but no less significant “little-t” trauma that can result from divorce, job loss, painful childhood experiences, or any situation where you felt worthless, afraid, or powerless. Untreated trauma can lead to long-lasting effects such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and difficulties maintaining intimate relationships. But the good news is that we can heal—and it doesn’t have to take a lifetime. EMDR (which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a unique type of psychotherapy proven to help people recover from trauma and improve the quality of their lives. Through compelling science, personal stories, and powerful photographic images, we learn how trauma is stored in the brain and body, continuing to cause pain and suffering, and how EMDR frees us by repatterning our thinking and emotional reactions. In her new book, Every Memory Deserves Respect: EMDR, The Proven Trauma Therapy with the Power to Heal, Trauma therapist and EMDR pioneer Deborah Korn, PsyD discusses trauma and demystifies EMDR. Deborah Korn, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, maintains a private practice in Cambridge, MA, and an adjunct training faculty member at the Trauma Research Foundation in Boston. She has been on the faculty of the EMDR Institute for the past 28 years, is the former Clinical Director of the Women’s Trauma Programs at Charter Brookside and Charles River Hospitals, and is a past board member of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation (NESTTD).

    EP 1123B - Salmonella Prevention: New Strategy to Reduce Salmonella Illness from Poultry

    EP 1123B - Salmonella Prevention: New Strategy to Reduce Salmonella Illness from Poultry

    Salmonella contamination is widespread in chickens in part because of the often crowded and filthy conditions in which they are raised. A recent CR investigation, for example, found almost one-third of ground chicken samples tested contained salmonella.  An estimated 1.35 million Americans get sick from salmonella every year and nearly a quarter of those cases come from chicken or turkey.While the USDA currently requires producers to test poultry for salmonella, a processing facility is allowed to have the bacteria in up to 9.8 percent of all whole birds it tests, 15.4 percent of all parts, and 25 percent of ground chicken. Producers that exceed these amounts are given what amounts to a warning but are not prevented from selling the meat.Brian Ronholm is the director of food policy at Consumer Reports and joins us to discuss this proposal further.

    EP 1,123 News of the Week

    EP 1,123 News of the Week

    Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.  

    Infertility & involuntary childlessness leads to depression and earlier dementia
    Hyperbaric oxygen could be the answer for concussion treatment in kids
    Hemoglobin and A1C levels with low-carb diets 
    Toddlers nap and then they don't, new research uncovers why
    Could Delta waves help guide concussion diagnosis & treatment
    PLUS so much more...



     

    EP 1,122 News of the Week

    EP 1,122 News of the Week

    Dr. Roizen talks about the latest health headlines that YOU need to know.  

    High-fat dairy consumption may reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease of those with slightly impaired kidney function
    Dementia signs emerge up to 9 years before diagnosis
    WHO says 500 million are at risk if they don't do physical activity 
    Over 70? You have a 15% chance of having a 1-year mortality after elective surgery
    Hot flashes & night sweats in all people correlate with poor brain health
    PLUS so much more...



     

    EP 1122B - Still Distracted After All These Years: Living with Adult ADHD

    EP 1122B - Still Distracted After All These Years: Living with Adult ADHD

    If some of these patterns sound familiar, you may have undiagnosed ADHD. ADHD in adults is one of the most common disorders. Living with ADHD in our later years is hugely influenced by multiple factors: co-occurring issues, such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and learning disorders combined with a heightened level of stress, the presence or lack of support from others, and the number of people we are responsible for, can complicate and intensify the effects of ADHD.The good news is that you’ve come to the right place to learn more about how older adults with ADHD can lead calmer, happier, more productive lives. Dr. Kathleen Nadeau, a foremost authority on ADHD, has been working with this underserved and underrepresented population. Dedicated to the health and well-being of today’s older adults with ADHD, her new book Still Distracted After All These Years offers strategies to build a support system, gain better control over your daily life and create a more ADHD-friendly retirement.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

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Fentanyl is not “so good.”

Referring to Fentanyl as “so good” is not a deterrent. It would be better to refer to it as “so dangerously addictive.”

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Love this show!!!

Dr. Roizen is incredibly knowledgeable about health and wellness. I enjoy listening to the latest research and stories in the area of wellness and nutrition. He always has great guests with incredible books. You just can't beat this show!!

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