Dr. Wallach begins the show discussing a news article on children with disabilities. Neurological and behavioral disabilities have increased by 21%. Another article states that children diagnosed with autism in 1980 is 1 out 250,000 by 1990 the rate increased to 1 out of every 2500, in 2000 it increased to 1 out of 850, 2007 1 out of 150, 2012 1 out of 88 and now in 2014 it is 1 out of 68. Asserting this is because pediatricians make 2 million dollars per patient from the age of 6 up to the age of 18.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article concerning a British study that found obese people are more likely to get cancer. The study followed 5 million people for seven years. Finding those carrying 28 to 35 extra pounds had a greater risk of uterine, gallbladder, kidney, cervical, thyroid cancers and leukemia. Those with high BMIs (body mass index) were also more likely to develop liver, colon, ovarian and post menopausal breast cancer.
Woody feels unbalanced when walking on slick surfaces.
Jennifer has a friend diagnosed with breast cancer.
Gloria is suffering from chronic insomnia and even sleeping pills don't work.
Joe's wife is experiencing a burning sensation in her mouth.
Donna has high blood pressure and dizzy spells.
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