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Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 09 May 2007

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Monologue

Nurse JoAnn Conaway fills in for Dr. Wallach.  JoAnn discusses a recent study that found bad hand writing by doctors on prescription pads is literally killing over 7000 Americans each year.  Contending that it is bad enough that doctors often overprescribe or different drugs having adverse reactions but the fact paitents are dying because of bad hand writing is unforgivable.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and JoAnn Conaway discuss a news story about the maker of Oxycontin being fined.  The FDA approved Oxycontin to be dosed every 12 hours but found the drug maker Purdue Pharma was encouraging doctors to write prescriptions for use every 8 hours.  So the FDA fined Purdue 19.5 million dollars to be divided among 26 different states to help them deal with addictions to the drug.

Callers

  • Lynn has an 18 year old son diagnosed with clinical depression.
  • Lydia's mother has hypertension but wants to try and treat it without drugs.
  • Paul asks JoAnn if chelation therapy could be helpful for patients dealing with exposure to agent orange.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 08 May 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing weight gain and obesity.  Asserting that diets and exercise do not treat the root cause.  Contending that binge eating and the munchies are actually caused by nutritional deficiencies.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news story regarding a research study done at the University of South Carolina.  The study found that women who ate the most grilled, smoked and processed red meats had a 47% increased risk of developing breast cancer.  Those that ate the grilled and smoked meats without eating a lot of fruits and vegetables had a 74% increased risk of developing breast cancer.

Callers

  • Steve's wife had some vaccinations several months ago and the injection site is still sore.
  • Mary has a friend who is trying to get pregnant and wants some nutritional advice.
  • Charles has questions regarding Youngevity's "Cocogevtiy" product.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 07 May 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach discusses the various health benefits from juicing fruits and vegetables.  Outlining the compounds such as polyphenols and antioxidants that help promote good health.  Doc also mentions several of the Youngevity products that are rich in these compounds.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a couple of recent news stories.  The first concerns the story of a man in Britain that was told he had pancreatic cancer and had six months to a year to live.  So the man quits his job, stops paying his bills and goes travelling.  A year later the man was still alive and a second test gave him a clean bill of health.  Doug asserts that this story illustrates the importance of getting second opinions.  Next Doc and Doug discuss a news article concerning hazardous hospital waste that ended up in the local land fill.

Callers

  • Johnny is suffering from insomnia.
  • Lisa is a diabetic on 12 different medications and wants to get off of as many as possible.
  • Eric's 65 year old mother has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism.
  • Ed has chronic fatigue.
  • Jackie has questions regarding menopause.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 04 May 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach discusses the health value of juices without sugars.  Outlining several of the Youngevity juice products that have great antioxidant capabilities.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a recent published report that found the busiest hospitals often had the most "adverse patient events".  In fact at one hospital for every 10% increase in patient-to-nurse ratio the adverse event ratio rose 28%.

Callers

  • Vivian was recently diagnosed with osteoporosis and was prescribed Fosamax but wants off the drug.
  • JoAnna has macular degeneration and doctor wants to perform a surgical procedure.
  • Joan has a dog that had an allergic reaction to a latex tube inserted for drainage following a surgical procedure.
  • Dee (email) has been diagnosed with fibromyalgia.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 03 May 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach discusses the importance of rehydration during and after physical exertion and sweating.  Outlining several of the Youngevity fluid replacement and energy drinks as good sources to replenish lost nutrients.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a two recent reports concerning osteoporosis drugs.  The reports that were published in the New England Journal of Medicine outlined increased risk of heart arythmias for women taking Fosamax and Reclast.  The researchers also found evidence that  Merck & Co. the maker of Fosamax knew of these risks as early as 1997.

Callers

  • Melinda has a 5 year old with swollen tonsils.
  • Paula asks Dr. Wallach his opinion of a product called "Juice Plus".
  • Neal has questions concerning weight loss.
  • Mary has a chronic toenail fungus.

Dead Doctors Don't Lie Program 02 May 2007

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Monologue

Dr. Wallach discusses the iimportance of staying properly hydrated when working out or working outside when it is hot.  Asserting that it's not just water that is sweated out of the body.  But rather a nutrient rich soup that must be replaced.  Doc recommends Youngevity's "Sports Tech" and "Rebound FX".

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a recent report published by the CDC that found percholate in all of 3000 people it tested across the nation.  Government agencies are finding this toxic chemical used to oxidize jet fuel in food and water supplies in 25 state.  Capital Hill is currently working on a bill that would mandate the EPA to stiffen regulations regarding amounts of percholate found in drinking water.  With this all going on researchers at Loma Linda University Medical Center are actually giving this same chemical to people involved in a clinical trial.  The amount given in the study is 83 times higher than drinking water limits in the state of California.

Callers

  • Randy has questions concerning a recent blood test.
  • Silas has been diagnosed with GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease).
  • Jane's husband has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
  • John's mother has found cysts in her breasts.

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