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Dec 31, 2017

Symptoms that Executives Shouldn’t Ignore

 

If you had to make a list of priorities, where would your health fall on that list? For most, it comes fourth or fifth, somewhere after job deadlines and family commitments. This neglect is why so many busy professionals find themselves in poor or failing health. Think of your body as a high performance car and schedule maintenance accordingly. Between the yearly physicals and 30,000 mile check–ups, take note of any unusual symptoms. Below are a just a few of the symptoms you should take seriously and seek medical attention for: 

Trouble Concentrating

What to look for: Forgetting details of conversations. Reading the same information over and over before it sinks in. Thoughts that tend to bounce around and lack focus, much like adult ADD.

This may be one of the most ignored symptoms among executives. There are a number of reasons people may have trouble concentrating, but any changes in cognitive function should be investigated. The initial workup should include lab work, a cognitive assessment, and an overview of exposure to excessive stress. Stress is real and can greatly affect the brain. A cognitive assessment gives details as to the extent of the deficit. Lab work should also be ordered because some of the most common causes include: hormone imbalances and vitamin deficiencies.

Change in Digestion

What to look for: Diarrhea or constipation or both. Bloody or dark stools. Bloating or unusual feeling of fullness.

A change in bowel habits doesn’t necessarily mean cancer. It could be a disturbance in the gut microbiome, infection, or a sensitivity to gluten or dairy. Many issues that surround the gut are easy to correct through dietary changes or the use of probiotics.

Since colon cancer is preventable, almost always starting as a polyp that can easily be removed, the importance of having a colonoscopy cannot be understated. While, the official government recommendation is to start screening colonoscopies at age 50, that does not account for those having symptoms or those with a family history of colon cancer. The earlier colon cancer is identified, the greater the chance for a full recovery.

Chest Pain or Heartburn

What to look for: Pain in the chest, shoulders, or stomach area.

Chest pain should never be ignored. While chest wall pain is usually due to stress, central chest pain may be a sign of a serious heart issue and should be addressed immediately. Any discomfort that worsens with exercise is especially alarming. Any pain in the chest area that is accompanied by sweating, shortness of breath, or a change in skin tone is a reason to call 911.

Heart attack symptoms vary, especially by gender. It’s not always going to be the classic chest pain radiating to the left shoulder. It could be either shoulder, the back or the neck. Bottom line – don’t try to diagnose yourself.

If you’ve had heartburn that’s recurrent or constant, it could be your heart. Chest pain is often misdiagnosed as indigestion. When patients say they have a pain in their “stomach” - it may not be their stomach at all. And remember, some heart conditions are accompanied by nausea.

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) like omeprazole, which is now over the counter and often recommended for heartburn, were never intended for long-term use. Not only do they have a laundry list of side effects, new research shows that long term PPI use can lead to kidney damage. Indigestion that is more than temporary or infrequent should thoroughly evaluated by a healthcare provider.

 

Bio: Judy Gaman is the Director of Business Development for Executive Medicine of Texas. She is an award-winning author, speaker, and co-hosts the nationally syndicated Staying Young Radio Show. To learn more about Executive Medicine of Texas, go to www.EMTexas.com

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Radio Show! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 30, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. Will that juice cleanse combat all those holiday indulgences? Well, not really. Your body naturally removes harmful chemicals through the liver, kidneys, and gastrointestinal tract — there's nothing about juice that will hurry that process along. Juicing mainly just removes digestion-aiding fiber from fruits and vegetables. Also consider that many sugary fruit juices are as bad for you as sodas. While some juices are just fine, they don't provide anything that you wouldn't get by eating the whole components instead. We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 29, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. You know that I am always bringing you newest information and the latest research, but I have to say, I am highly offended by this study. According to Lancaster University, they found a significant difference in iphone users vs android users, stating that Android users are more honest. Seriously? iphone users are apparently younger, twice as likely to be women and more extroverted. Android users tend to be older, male, more honest, and more agreeable. I guess they’re right on the agreeable thing. I have an iphone and I simply think this study is flawed. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161121144206.htm

We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 28, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. This is a fascinating study out of Queen Mary in London. We all know men and women see the world differently, but now we know why women tend to clue into facial expressions a little bit more. Have you ever heard a woman say, “ Did you see the way they looked at me?” and then her husband reply, “No. I didn’t see that at all.” Well, maybe they’re both telling the truth. It turns out that women tend to look at people first in the left eye and then explore the entire face, spending much more time taking in the details, while men take much less time to observe before moving on. The study tracked the eye movements of 500 participants of all different nationalities and the distinction was clear, there are gender differences in the way we see the world, or at least the way we see each other!

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161128121211.htm

We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 27, 2017

The Staying Young Show

 

Show Topic: Dealing with Mental Illness in the Family with Dr. Fran Walfish

Co-Hosts: Judy Gaman, Walter Gaman,

Guest: Fran Walfish 

Segment 1

Today we’re talking about dealing with mental illness in the family. Whether it’s depression, bi-polar disorder, or any other type of mental illness – when it strikes one, it affects the entire family. Later in the show we have America’s Favorite Psychologist Dr. Fran Walfish joining us.

  • Share some experiences when patients or patients families come in and you suspect mental illness
  • Can some depression be more of a side effect of other issues?
  • What types of symptoms should be discussed with their doctor? Why do most patients stay quiet?

MUSIC FOR DOC SHOCK (JIM)

THAT MUSIC MEANS ITS TIME FOR DOC SHOC. A TIME WHEN WE FIND SOMETHING SHOCKING IN THE NEWS OR WE’RE SHOCKED IT MADE THE NEWS.

exercise— even without a change in diet — alters the composition of gut microbiota. Increasing the production of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) that are beneficial for health. Exercise increases the levels of gut microbes that produce SCFA called butyrate, which is known to reduce inflammation and promote gut health.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320264.php

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Segment 2

About tease – 1 min. –Download the podcasts of the show and Daily Medical Minutes to stayyoungamerica.com or just searching StayingYoungShow 2.0. Coming up, America’s Favorite Psychologist Dr. Fran Walfish is joining us to discuss mental illness within the home. 

ANDERSON - Immortal minute – 2 min.

  • Open discussion with Fran about when families face mental illness
  • Common ages when you start to see signs
  • What should family members do if they suspect mental illness
  • What if someone suspects it in themselves?

 

Tease 20 sec. – TAKE THE SURVEY!!!!   www.stayyoungamerica.com SHOUT OUT TO MILITARY, Facebook (stay young media group) , download podcasts – follow us on twitter @StayYoungMedia coming up - Coming up –we’ll continue our discussion with our special guest Dr. Fran Walfish and discuss the difference between depression and bi-polar disorder 

Segment 3

Judy – Tease the upcoming Dementia Defender 844-WELL100

Today we are coving the Top 10 tips for a Healthier and Happier Home. If you are just tuning in, you can catch the show in its entirety as a podcast – Staying Young Show 2.0 is in all your favorite podcast directories. We’re visiting with Dr. Fran Walfish today and discussing mental illness – what it looks like when it affects the family.

 

  • Depression vs Bi-Polar disorder
  • The importance of lifestyle choices when faced with mental illness

 

Judy tease DD – grab a pen! 844-well100. Podcasts itunes, stayyoungamerica.com – 45 sec.

 

Intro – sec 15

Tease DD 844-Well100 – If you’re just tuning in, catch this and every episode on iTunes under Staying Young Show 2.0 or follow us on TWITTTER @StayYoungMedia

Medical Mania Trivia – Guest Laura Stewart 

1.) When someone is Jaundice, what do they look like?

A. orange/yellow skin, eyes

2.) T or F We have sweat glands in the ear?

A T – specialized sweat glands produce waxy substance

3.) Eating vegetables high in this vitamin will reduce cellulite. Which vitamin?

A. Vitamin A

4.) The most fragile bones in the body can be found where?

A. Toes

5.) Parkinson’s Disease is named after which of the following: the town of Parkinson, a doctor Parkinson, or a Chinese root known for affecting nerves?

A. Dr James Parkinson (1755-1824)

 

Open discussion

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Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Radio Show! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 26, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. Have you ever heard the old wives’ tale “starve a fever, feed a cold” well some research from the Indiana school of medicine suggest that this is actually a myth. Limiting your caloric consumption may actually hurt your immune system more than helping it — it would certainly be a bad idea to not eat during the six- to eight-day duration of a cold. You need to give your body nutrients and healthy foods packed with vitamins to insulate your immune system to fight off the fever causing illness or infection. Doctors in Indiana actually say to go ahead and eat if you can, and make healthy and meaningful food choices especially during this time. They also reminded us to make sure to drink plenty of fluids.We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 25, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. What in the world is “pregnancy brain?” A new study focused on changes to working memory during pregnancy do show a small effect on the brain, though other studies show no negative impacts whatsoever—especially in the long-term. There's actually growing evidence that being pregnant makes women more organized and smarter. It makes sense, though, since pregnant women and new mothers have a lot more to worry about and think about — for their brains to keep up they may even be getting a boost. We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 25, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant. What in the world is “pregnancy brain?” A new study focused on changes to working memory during pregnancy do show a small effect on the brain, though other studies show no negative impacts whatsoever—especially in the long-term. There's actually growing evidence that being pregnant makes women more organized and smarter. It makes sense, though, since pregnant women and new mothers have a lot more to worry about and think about — for their brains to keep up they may even be getting a boost. We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 24, 2017

The Staying Young Show

 

 

Show Topic: The Science Behind Giving

Co-Hosts: Judy Gaman, Mark Anderson, Walter Gaman

Guest: Jenny Santi 

 

Segment 1  

Today we are going to talk about the science behind giving. How much of your time do you spend giving to others? Maybe a family member, friend, or even a complete stranger. If your daily activities include giving, chances are you are going to live a longer, happier and even healthier life.

  • (Connect) Share some of our own experiences of giving and how it changed our life. (Hogs and Hearts, Youth World, summer camps)
  • (Inspire) challenge every listener to give of their times, talents, or finances at least once per month

MUSIC FOR DOC SHOCK (JIM)

How much television are you watching? If you are like 80% of Americans, you are watching 3.5 hours a day – which is far too much. A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows a link between television watching times and the 6 leading causes of death. Heart disease, diabetes, influenza/pneumonia, Parkinson's disease, liver disease, and cancer risks are all increased with the number of hours dedicated to time in-front of the tube. The study looked at over 200K people and found that 3-4 hours of television watching per day was linked to a 15% more likely to die, and at 7 or more hours, that risk increased to 47%. My advice to you – plan your television time, don’t surf. Get in and see what you want to see, and get out.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151027154939.htm

Facebook (Stay Young Media Group), website (Stayyoungamerica.com, and iTunes, call us 844-well 100 Follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia

Segment 2

About tease – 1 min. – coming up – our special guest, Jenny Santi, philanthropy advisor and Author of THE GIVING WAY TO HAPPINESS:

Stories and Science Behind the Life-Changing Power of Giving. If you think you are too busy or too poor to give of your times, talents, or resources, think again.

 

ANDERSON - Immortal minute – 2 min.

Start with sponsorship statement below!!!!!!!

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Today’s show is all about the power of giving. We have on with us special guest Jenny Santi, author of the book The Giving Way to Happiness: Stories Behind the Life-Changing Power of Giving.

Discuss

  1. What led you to your occupation? And why did you write this book?
  2. Are we hard wired to give?
  3. How can philanthropic or volunteer work actually increase your productivity, efficiency, and competency in the office?
  4. How do we explain the phenomenon of donor fatigue –when helpers get tired of helping? (the 4 stages of burnout and 9 ways to combat compassion fatigue)
  5. What are the scientifically-proven mental health benefits of giving?
  6. Why are more and more students focusing their degrees on philanthropy and social entrepreneurship?

Tease 20 sec. - SHOUT OUT TO MILITARY, Facebook (stay young media group) , download podcasts – follow us on twitter @StayYoungMedia coming up - Jenny Santi will share some of her favorite giving stories.

Segment 3

Judy – Tease the upcoming Dementia Defender 844-WELL100

We are spending the whole hour talking about why it is good for your health to give. You may say, well I don’t have any money to give to others – well we’re not just talking about money – we are also talking about giving of your time and talents. Jenny Santi, author of the book The Giving Way to Happiness: Stories Behind the Life-Changing Power of Giving has some great stories to tell us about.

Discuss 

  1. What are some of your favorite stories
  2. What do you say to those who “don’t have time” or “don’t have money”
  3. Why Good Things Happen to Good People, Stephen Post, a professor of preventative medicine at Stony Brook University, reports that giving to others has been shown to increase health benefits in people with chronic illness, including HIV and multiple sclerosis.
  4. A 1999 study out of the University of California, Berkeley, found that elderly people who volunteered for two or more organizations were 44% less likely to die over a five-year period than were non-volunteers, even after taking into account age, exercise habits, general health, and poor habits.
  5. Stephanie Brown of the University of Michigan studied elderly couples . She and her colleagues found that those who provided help to friends, relatives, or neighbors, or gave emotional support to their spouses, had a lower risk of dying over a five-year period than those who didn’t. Interesting finding in this study – the giver benefited the most because receiving help wasn’t linked to a reduced death risk.
  6. Researchers suggest that may improve physical health and longevity because it decreases stress. In a 2006 study at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Tennessee, people who provided social support to others had lower blood pressure. http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/5_ways_giving_is_good_for_you

 

Judy tease DD – grab a pen! 844-well100. Podcasts itunes, stayyoungamerica.com – 45 sec.

Coming up Medical Mania Trivia and then at the end of the show - Dementia Defender Riddle of the day – your chance to win a free copy of the book Age to Perfection. Follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia

Segment 4

 

Judy Announcement tease DD 844-Well100 – 30 sec.

MEDICAL TRIVIA - Darla Shirley – Youth World 

  1. True of False. Like fingerprints – everyone has a unique tongue print

Answer: True

  1. True or False: When awake, the brain produces enough electricity to start a car

Answer: False, but it is enough to light up a small light bulb

  1. Research shows that people with what color eyes have a higher alcohol tolerance?

Answer: Blue

  1. Our eyes can determine how many different colors A.) hundreds B.) thousands C.) Millions

Answer: 10 million

  1. If the human eye was a camera, how many megapixels would it have?

Answer: 576

DEMENTIA DEFENDER

A passenger train leaves New York for Boston traveling at the speed of 80 km/hr. In half an hour a freight train leaves Boston for New York traveling at the speed of 60 km/hr. Which train will be further from New York when they meet?

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Radio Show! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Dec 23, 2017

This is Judy Gaman, author of the award winning book Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Each day I bring you one new tip that will help you stay young and vibrant.  We all know the five senses. Sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch—but did you know that those are just the beginning of our sensing capabilities? Our bodies have many other senses too. Balance, temperature, and time, as well as proprioception the body awareness that helps us not walk into things all the time and nociception, our sense of pain. Doctors suggest that these powerful abilities our bodies regulate are more important for our functioning that the well-known others, but they largely go unnoticed. We want to empower you with as much health information as possible. Visit Stayyoungamerica.com for free pod casts of the Staying Young Radio Show with over a hundred different health topics or you can follow us on Twitter @StayYoungMedia.

Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a listener of our show, your input is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out this quick survey so we can serve you better - https://survey.libsyn.com/stayingyoung2

For more information on The Staying Young Show, please visit our website at www.StayYoungAmerica.com, and subscribe to the show in iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app.

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman on www.judygaman.com for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

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