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At Private Medical, we’re regularly reading the latest medical research to help our members live healthier lives every day. The Inside Medicine podcast brings together physicians from the practice in conversation with the world's leading doctors and scientists from our Expert Network to explore and breakdown the newest insights.

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At Private Medical, we’re regularly reading the latest medical research to help our members live healthier lives every day. The Inside Medicine podcast brings together physicians from the practice in conversation with the world's leading doctors and scientists from our Expert Network to explore and breakdown the newest insights.

    The Truth About Weight Loss Drugs

    The Truth About Weight Loss Drugs

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Natalie Walsh and Dr. Tatiana Ivan. Dr. Michelle Cardel, an obesity and nutrition scientist, registered dietitian, and the Head of Clinical Research & Nutrition at WeightWatchers. In this interview, she uncovers misconceptions about weight loss, including the truth about GLP-1 inhibitors, most commonly known under brand names like Ozempic and Wegovy. She also discusses the science of lifestyle change, how to talk about weight and health with our children, and the challenges of weight maintenance. 
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 37 min
    Inside Out: Navigating the Microbiome for Optimal Gut Health

    Inside Out: Navigating the Microbiome for Optimal Gut Health

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Natalie Walsh are joined by Raja Dhir, co-founder and co-CEO of Seed Health, a microbiome science company pioneering innovations in probiotics and living medicines. Dhir discusses the future of the microbiome’s role in preventive medicine, the truth about how to have a healthy gut, and the bacteria that can lead to a longer life.
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 32 min
    The Neuroscience of Breaking Unhealthy Habit Loops with Brown Psychiatry Professor Dr. Jud Brewer.

    The Neuroscience of Breaking Unhealthy Habit Loops with Brown Psychiatry Professor Dr. Jud Brewer.

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Justin Lotfi are joined by Dr. Jud Brewer, professor at the Schools of Public Health & Medicine at Brown University, and author of the best-selling book Unwinding Anxiety. He is also the creator of the step-by-step program for the app of the same name. As an expert in mindfulness training for addiction, Dr. Brewer discusses habit change, fear as a biological survival mechanism, and how this mechanism is exploited by modern-day distractions, making it even harder to pay attention.
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 32 min
    The Neuroscience of Psilocybin Therapy

    The Neuroscience of Psilocybin Therapy

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Hadi Halazun are joined by Dr. Josh Woolley, the Director of UCSF’s Translational Psychedelic Research (TrPR) Program. Dr. Woolley discusses the program’s work to understand how psilocybin and related compounds impact the brain and other organ systems to treat depression, trauma, and other ailments including Parkinsons, bipolar disorder, and lower back pain.
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 34 min
    The Neuroscience of Meditation, Attention, and Consciousness

    The Neuroscience of Meditation, Attention, and Consciousness

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Justin Lotfi are joined by Dr. Jay Sanguinetti, assistant professor at Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona. Dr. Sanguinetti tells us how to gain more control over your brain state, whether or not there’s a shortcut to being more mindful, and the concept of meditating anywhere — even while driving.
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 40 min
    Attention and the Neuroscience of Prediction

    Attention and the Neuroscience of Prediction

    Private Medical physicians Dr. Jordan Shlain and Dr. Kellen Glinder are joined by Dr. Jamshid Ghajar, the board certified neurosurgeon known for founding the Brain Trauma Foundation and NeuroSync and its EyeSync AR/VR technology, which is revolutionizing the way we measure attention, learning, and performance. The doctors discuss prediction timing, concussion misinformation, and a future where we do away with labels like ADHD or concussion and instead focus on the areas of attention that need improvement.
    Send us your thoughts and questions for Dr. Ghajar at askpm@privatemedical.org. We hope to answer your queries on a future episode.
    We hope this episode inspires you to think differently about your health and the healthcare system. Please subscribe to our feed and our bimonthly medical dispatch. 

    • 34 min

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