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Dr. Wallach discusses the nutritional value of juicing fruits and vegtables.  Also listing several of the Youngevity juice products that contain antioxidants.

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Dr. Wallach and Jay Kordich continue extolling the virtues of juicing.

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  • Elizabeth's mother has been diagnosed with lymphocytic leukemia.
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Pharmacist Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Wallach.  Ben discusses a recent Harvard study that predicts the Avian flu could kill 350,000 Americans and millions more worldwide.  Asserting that if people get on a nutritonal plan now that bolsters their immune system they can reduce their risk of getting flus.   Ben also discusses the importance of vitamin A in the diet.  Explaining the difference between betacarotine and vitamin A.

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Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a recent study done by the Harvard School of Public Health, Beth Israel Medical Center and Wageningen University in the Netherlands.  The study found that moderate drink of alcohol may reduce the risk of heart attacks in men.  But the study cautioned that more than two drinks a day did not give the same result.

Callers

  • Linda has questions regarding circulation issues.
  • Diane's doctor wants to remove her gall bladder.
  • Shirley's son has chronic ear infections and his doctor wants to do surgery.
  • Rusty has been diagnosed with psoriasis.
  • Kevin's son has been diagnosed with A.D.D.
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Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing a recent USA Today article that outlined a report regarding medical mistakes.  The report states that 15 million Americans are harmed each year by medical mistakes and not a single OSHA ticket is written.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news story concerning a Florida woman who was the victim of a medical mistake.  The women went into a regional medical center in Orlando, FL to deliver a baby.  After complications with the birth the woman came out of the hospital 12 days later as a quadruple amputee.  Other than telling the woman she contracted flesh eating bacteria the hospital refuses to give her any more information on what happend.

Callers

  • Lona's husband has been recently diagnosed with cancer.
  • Cecelia has been struggling with vitaligo.
  • Rachel has a "show steer" with anxiety attacks when its in the show ring.
  • Winnie has been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome.
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