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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!
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Feb 2, 2018

Need a boost in brain power? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. There are lots of gimics out there that claim to make your brain work faster and more efficient. What if I told you the best thing for your brain is free? New research out of the University of California, Los Angeles shows that the simple act of taking a moderate walk improves cognition, attention span, and information processing.  While ten thousand steps a day is ideal, the research shows benefits at four thousand steps. Using MRI technology the researchers were able to see a significant change in makeup of the hippocampus, the part of the brain that is responsible for memory information processing and storage. Not only does walking prevent dementia, it also improves current brain function. This tip of brain health is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas. There’s a reason patients fly in to see them from all over the globe. Call 800-910-3932 or visit EMTexas.com.

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Feb 1, 2018

Did you know watermelon may be good for erectile dysfunction? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. If you’re having issues in the bedroom, instead of turning to that little blue pill, research shows that watermelon may be a better bet. Not only is it cheaper, it’s easily accessible. Watermelon contains an amino acid called citrulline. When you eat it, the body converts it to arginine, which then is converted to nitric oxide. Why is this important? Because nitric oxide opens blood vessels. Better blood flow is the key to correcting erectile dysfunction. This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in proactive and preventative medicine. There’s a reason patients fly in from all over the world to see the physicians at Executive Medicine of Texas. You can to. Call 800-910-3932 or visit EMTexas.com

Read the study here!

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 31, 2018

 

 Show Topic: Why Pets Improve Our Health

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

Guest: Julie Steines

 

Segment 1

Intro

There is so much research showing the health benefits of owning a pet. Perhaps that is why therapy dogs have been so good for our veterans and others who has suffered through stress or loss. We have a special guest coming up, Julie Steines who is the author of the best-selling book Norbert’s Little Lessons for a BIG Life. I know you have seen Norbert lately – he’s that cute little therapy dog that has been all over the media lately.

  • Share our pet stories
  • Ways we have seen pets help patients
  • Why an iguana may not be your best bet!

MUSIC FOR DOC SHOCK-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.

New research from Duke University shows that women are better at surviving crisis then men are. The researchers went back 250 years and analyzed mortality of those who lived through famine, disease and natural disaster. I don’t find this surprising because even in the blue zones, the areas where people live the longest, the women still outlive the men by an average of six months. Some scientists believe that estrogen may play a significant role due to its ability to boost and protect the immune system. I think it’s just innate – even in newborns that are born premature, the survival rate of females is higher than males.

Read the study!

 

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When we come back, Juile Steines to talk about her new book and her therapy dog Norbert

 

Segment 2

Intro

 

Coming up, our special guest Julie Steines the owner of Norbert and author of the best-selling book Norbert’s Little Lessons for a BIG Life

 

ANDERSON - Immortal minute – 2 min.

 

Our guest, Julie Steines has been all over the news lately. The Today Show, The Doctors, Fox News – today right here on the Staying Young Show.

 

*How did Norbert become a therapy dog ad how did you get into this? 

*What kind of dog is he and where did you find him?

*What does a therapy dog do?   Where does he work? 

*Where did you get the idea for your new book Norbert's Little Lessons for a Big Life? 

* What is your favorite place to visit with him?

*How has it changed our life?

 

TAKE THE SURVEY!!!!    www.stayyoungamerica.com

SHOUT OUT TO MILITARY

 

 

Segment 3

Intro

 

Tease the upcoming Dementia Defender 844-WELL100

 

We are talking about therapy dogs with Julie Steines. She is the owner of Norbert and author of the best-selling book Norbert’s Little Lessons for a BIG Life

*Can you tell us more about the book?

*You met your husband television host Mark Steines because of Norbert, how did that happen?  

*Everything Norbert does has a give back element - what charities do you support?    

                

DD – grab a pen!  844-well100.

 

Segment 4

 

Intro

 

TDD 844-Well100

 

Medical Mania Trivia – Guest Loyd Milne

  1. The normal adult heart valve is about the size of what coin? (Quarter)
  2. T or F A College degree may help prevent heart disease (True – research shows the more education you have the lower your risk)
  3. T or F The stethoscope was invented so that women didn’t have to have the doctor press his ear against their chest. (True – the invention sprung from a need for modesty)
  4. The first record of a vegetarian diet is recorded in which historic document? Bonus – which chapter (Bible book of Daniel)
  5. Which health risk is a woman statistically most likely to die from. Heart disease, Breast Cancer, or diabetes (Heart Disease)

 

Open discussion

 

DEMENTIA DEFENDER

THIS DEMENTIA DEFENDER IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY SMART NEW YOU AND DR. CHARLES POWELL. IF YOU HAVE SLEEP APNEA AND YOU’RE READY TO DITCH YOUR C-PAP MACHINE CALL  214-524-6333.

I can be long or I can be short. I can be grown or I can be purchased. I can be painted or left unpainted. What am I?

 

End Show  

Thank you for listening to the Staying Young 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 30, 2018

How many times have you been under general anesthesia? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. New research out of the University of Queensland in Australia shows how anesthesia affects the brain. It used to be that we believed that common anesthetics, like propofol, simply mimicked a deep sleep. Now with the use of a technique known as single-molecule imaging microscopy, scientists can look deep within the individual cells to see how exposure to anesthesia affects their function. What they found is that the drugs not only disrupt synapsis, the action of neurons directing cells, these drugs actually inhibit presynaptic activity where the neurons communicate with each other. This is in line with the observation that patients with Alzheimer’s disease and young children with developing brains, often do not do well after exposure to a general anesthetic. This research will lead scientist to look for and discover safer alternatives. Every day there is something new in medicine and that’s why this medical minute is brought to you Executive Medicine of Texas, the leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn more at EMTexas.com  or call 800-910-EXEC

Read the study here!

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 29, 2018

Are you one of the 65-70% of pregnant women who reach for acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Acetaminophen has long been used by pregnant women for relief of pain or fever, but new research shows that this may not be such a great idea. One recent study showed a link between ADHD in children when the mother had taken acetaminophen for seven or more consecutive days. This was especially true if the mother took it before 18 weeks or after 32 weeks. Another study found a link between Tylenol use and future fertility of the offspring. Another study revealed that 10% mothers who took acetaminophen had children with language delays in early childhood.  Why is all this so tricky? At this point, acetaminophen is the only known fever reliever that had been proven relatively safe for pregnancy. A mother that suffers a high fever that is left untreated puts her unborn child in grave danger. There is so much to know about healthy living. That is why this Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by the leaders in preventative and proactive Medicine – Executive Medicine of Texas. Learn more at EMTexas.com or call 800-910-EXEC

Read the study here!

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 27, 2018

Are Blueberries on your grocery list? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Blueberries have long been recognized as a superfood. This sweet little treat is nature’s way of filling the body with flavonoids – meaning they are full of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. Not only will they help you maintain good health and your youth, new research shows that they may become part of cancer treatment regimens. A new study from the School of Medicine at the University of Missouri-Columbia found that mixing blueberries with radiation treatment had astounding results. When cancer cells were treated with radiation alone, the number of cancer cells decreased by 20%. When the treatment was combined with blueberry extract – cancer cells fell by 70%! There is so many great studies out there. And this Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you today by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn more at EMTexas.com or call 800-910-EXEC.

Read the study here!

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 26, 2018

Have you or someone you know suffered a heart attack? Survival may be a laughing matter. This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute.  A study that was released at a past European Society of Cardiology annual meeting shows that heart patients are five times more likely to die if they develop depression or anxiety, while those who were not depressed had an eighty percent less likely risk of death. This is why staying positive through the process of recovery is so vital. If you have heart disease and signs of depression, like feelings of sadness, lack of energy, or the desire to sleep more than eight hours, talk to your doctor. Also, be sure to take natural anti-depressant measures, such as exercise and good nutrition.  A brisk walk each morning and evening, coupled with the reduction in sugar and processed carbohydrates has been proven to improve mood and health. Also, turn off the news and war movies and opt for comedies and good books instead. There is so much you can do improve your chances of surviving heart disease, so start today. This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a global leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Call us today at 800-910-EXEC or visit EMTexas.com

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 25, 2018

How much sleep are you getting? Probably not enough. This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. It’s recommended that you sleep for seven and a half to eight hours a night. That’s good, deep, uninterrupted sleep that so many are not getting. Scientists at the Washington State University Spokane took tiny groups of brain cells and watched them sleep and watched them wake up. They noticed that when the cells were induced to stay awake longer, they made up for it with rebound sleep. This further clarified that our bodies need sleep on a cellular level. Without it, the cells do not have time to rest and repair in preparation for the next day. Next time you are tempted to skip sleep, think about the affects it will have on your body. And if you’re trying to stay young and healthy for as long as possible, sleep must get the attention it needs. This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by the leader in preventative and proactive medicine, Executive Medicine of Texas. Learn why so many people fly in from all over the globe to see the experts at Executive Medicine of Texas by going to EMTexas.com or call 800-910-EXEC.

 

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 24, 2018

Show Topic: Your Best Year Yet with Kelley Kitley

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

Guest: Kelley Kitley

 

Segment 1

Intro

It’s a new year and time for a new you. What if we told you that this was going to be your best year yet? Well it can be if you take steps to get there.

  • Discuss our personal goals for the new year (do NOT say 2018 – keep this show evergreen)
  • Discuss typical goals and small steps in detail:

Lose weight – get your hormones checked, increase your exercise, change your eating habits (time of day and what you eat)

Get more sleep – Avoid blue light from cell phone, tv, and computer.

Reduce stress – financial and otherwise. Have a plan, stick to the plan

MUSIC FOR DOC SHOCK-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.

Researchers at NTU Singapore have created a skin patch that can convert potentially harmful white fat into energy-burning brown fat. The skin patch is made of hundreds of microneedles that contain one of two drugs: beta-3 adrenergic receptor agonist, which is currently used to treat overactive bladder, and T3 triiodothyronine, which is used to treat an underactive thyroid gland. Right now it’s only been used in mice where they saw a 30% reduction in weight gain and fat mass37.9% of adults in the United States are obese so this may be a huge breakthough.

Read the Study!

 

 

Follow us on Facebook!

Tweet us!

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When we come back, our special guest Tedx presenter Kelley Kitley

 

Segment 2

Intro 

About tease Download the podcasts of the show and Daily Medical Minutes to stayyoungamerica.com or just searching StayingYoungShow 2.0. Coming up, our special guest Tedx presenter Kelley Kitley, author of the book My Self.

 

ANDERSON - Immortal minute – 2 min.

 

Our guest, Kelley Kitley has appeared in over 100 publications, podcasts, live news, and radio including WGN, NBC, The Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, Dr. Oz

  • Tell us a little about your background? Why did you write the book MySelf
  • Our focus today is helping our listeners become the best they can be. What is some advice you can give then so that they look forward and not backwards?

 

TAKE THE SURVEY!!!!    Survey

 

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 Kelley Kitley and some of the success stories she has – real inspiration right here on the Staying Young Show.

 

 

 

Segment 3

Intro – 15 sec.

Judy – Tease the upcoming Dementia Defender 844-WELL100

 

It’s never too late to change for the better. We’re going to share some of our best success stories, both medical success stories as well as psychological success stories from our special guest Kelley Kitley

 

  • Discuss Success stories
  • Doctors discuss medical success stories

 

Judy tease DD – grab a pen!  844-well100.

 

Segment 4

 

Intro – sec 15

 

Tease DD 844-Well100 – If you’re just tuning in.

 

Medical Mania Trivia – Guest Virginia Pillars - Trivia Guest author of the book Broken Brain, Fortified Faith www.virginiapillars.com

 

  1. T or F According to a recent study, people in disorganized work spaces will chose unhealthy snacks over healthy ones.
  2. T
  3. T or F. Losing weight helps to reduce your risk of getting cancer
  4. T overweight causes inflammation and cell changes in the body. Losing just 5% of your body weight can significantly lower inflammation
  5. Which of the following will help reduce abdominal fat? Eating moderate amounts of dark chocolate, eating sauerkraut, or reducing alcohol intake
  6. All of the above
  7. Which has a larger capacity for information – Long or short term memory?
  8. Longterm
  9. Neuroplasticity refers to what part of the body?
  10. Brain

 

Open discussion

 

DEMENTIA DEFENDER

THIS DEMENTIA DEFENDER IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY SMART NEW YOU AND DR. CHARLES POWELL. IF YOU HAVE SLEEP APNEA AND YOU’RE READY TO DITCH YOUR C-PAP MACHINE CALL  214-524-6333.

Two men are in a desert and both have packs on. One guy is dead and one guy is alive. The one who is dead has his pack closed and the one that is alive has his pack open. What is the pack of the dead guy?

End Show

 

Thank you for listening to the Staying Young 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

Jan 23, 2018

Who do you think has a higher survival rate when it comes to crisis, famine, or epidemics, men or women? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. New research from Duke University shows that women are better at surviving crisis then men are. The researchers went back 250 years and analyzed mortality of those who lived through famine, disease and natural disaster. I don’t find this surprising because even in the blue zones, the areas where people live the longest, the women still outlive the men by an average of six months. Some scientists believe that estrogen may play a significant role due to its ability to boost and protect the immune system. I think it’s just innate – even in newborns that are born premature, the survival rate of females is higher than males. And others believe that it’s about the survival of the human race because women have the babies. Don’t take this personally guys, it’s just a fact. This Stay Young Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a global leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Visit EMTexas.com or call 800-910-EXEC. 

Read the Study Here!

 

Thank you for listening to the Staying 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 - Survey

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

You can also reach out to our host, Judy Gaman, here for book purchasing, and speaking opportunities in your area!

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