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Dr. Wallah disusses Youngevity's new "Jumbo Brain Pack". Several products packaged together to help stimulate improved brain function.

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Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a recent news story regarding the over use of antibiotics.  Specifically the article discusses the use of antibiotics to treat bronchitis.  Bronchitis is caused by a virus and does not work.  The New England Journal of Medicine reports that 70-80% of patients are still treated with antibiotics.

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  • Jeff has questions concerning getting off of the drug Crestor.
  • David asks Dr. Wallach's opinion of eating beef and chicken livers.
  • Barbara is suffering from acid reflux.
  • Kevin's 9 year old son has been diagnosed with ADD.
  • Jim has questions concerning peripheral neuropathies.
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Dr. Wallah disusses Youngevity's new "Jumbo Brain Pack".  Several products packaged together to help stimulate improved brain function.

Pearls of Wisdom

Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss research studies concerning heart attack survival rates.  The studies found that if patients suffering arterial blockage heart attacks did not receive an angioplasti procedure within 90 minutes upon arriving in the ER the risk of death increased dramatically.  In fact one study found the risk of death increased by 42% if the procedure was not administered within the 90 minute time frame.  Another study found that angioplasties given hours or days following the heart attack did not reduce the risk of a second heart attack.  Some experts even believe if the procedure is performed later rather than sooner it may be harmful to the patient.

Callers

  • Margaret asks Dr. Wallach for ways to improve her cat's immune system.
  • Jane has several questions first she asks about bleeding gums.  Second she asks about calcium to magnesium ratios.  Finally she states she is taking the Pig Pack Plus and has concerns as to whether she is getting enough vitamin E.
  • Jim has been diagnosed with interstitial cystitis.
  • Nancy's husband has been diagnosed with atrial fibrulation.
  • Danny has a dog with lumps under it's skin.
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Ben Fuchs fills in for Dr. Walllach.  Ben Fuchs dicusses the various affects of hormones on the human body.  Recommending that people should try and avoid synthetic hormones and stay with natural hormones.

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Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a recent news article regarding a German research study on hay fever.  The study found a link between a reduction in hay fever and exercise among children.  Researchers suspect that the excercise helps to stimulate the immune system and thus the allergic reactions.

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  • De Etta has weaned herself off of 15 medications and is asking for a nutritional plan to deal with her diabetes, hypertension and reduced kidney function.
  • Rosemarie has a son with acid reflux.
  • Jan has a friend who has severe neck pain due to degenerative disc disease.
  • Pauline has been recently diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.
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