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Dr. Donald Kohn discusses his clinical trials for blood diseases
Dr. Donald Kohn, has dedicated his career to understanding the genetic mutations that cause blood disorders. As a pediatrician, Dr. Kohn is particularly interested in discovering treatments for blood diseases that begin in early childhood. His ultimate goal is to create stem cell gene therapy treatments that take a patient’s own blood-producing stem cells and fix the broken genes to eliminate the disease-causing mutations and the associated debilitating symptoms. This pioneering work gives hope to parents and families whose children suffer from genetic blood disorders, such as sickle cell disease. In this video, Dr. Kohn discusses his work and talks about the three clinical trials he is currently running.
Deborah's Experience with Clinical Research for Weight Loss
Deborah's Experience with Clinical Research for Weight Loss
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TRACO 2017 - Clinical trials and Precision Medicine
TRACO 2017 - Clinical trials and Precision Medicine Air date: Monday, September 11, 2017, 4:00:00 PM Category: TRACO Runtime: 02:00:08 Description: Translational Research in Clinical Oncology (TRACO) Recent advances in understanding cancer biology are beginning to be translated into improvements in diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In the post-genome era, we increasingly rely on strong collaboration between basic and clinical scientists to develop novel approaches for treatment of human disease. The NCI Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is one of the largest cancer research organizations in the world, with more than 200 principal investigators, and has played a major role in developing and implementing many new technologies, such as nanotechnology, next generation sequencing, genomics and proteomics. For more information go to http://ccr.cancer.gov/trainee-resources-courses-workshops-traco Author: Jill Smith, MD, Georgetown University and Curtis C. Harris, M.D., NCI, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23453
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Sugar: The Bitter Truth
Watch "The Skinny on Obesity" with Dr. Lustig: http://www.uctv.tv/skinny-on-obesity Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods. He argues that fructose (too much) and fiber (not enough) appear to be cornerstones of the obesity epidemic through their effects on insulin. Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [7/2009] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 16717] More UCTV videos about sugar: http://www.uctv.tv/sugar Dr. Lustig's book (comes out Dec 27, 2012), "Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease": http://www.amazon.com/Fat-Chance-Beating-Against-Processed/dp/159463100X Thank you to Centar dr Gifing for providing the Serbian subtitles for Sugar the Bitter Truth. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8cXfUiAey9wzYg3K_eR_zg
Day 4 Carnivore Diet Experiment 🦁
Day 4 Carnivore Diet Experiment 🦁 I’ll be doing short Facebook live video updates everyday on my progress & thoughts each day on my carnivore diet experiment for Jan 2018 #worldcarnivoremonth Today’s update is how I lost some weight, ate a lot more today & found out about the official carnivore month Facebook group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/163527891074530/ For my other carnivore diet experiment update videos checkout the playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLG-rR_iDnY2wfvo2l9P15IflsGp-4-1WL Extra Carnivore Diet Reading Resources : • http://www.biohackerslab.com/all-meat-diet-plan/ • http://www.biohackerslab.com/ep19-dr-shawn-baker/ • http://www.biohackerslab.com/carnivore-training-system-review/ Link to Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFNjKSBrVCY • Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/biohackerslab • Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/biohackers.lab/ • Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiohackersLab
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UCLA launches unique, comprehensive Alzheimer's and dementia care program
Alzheimer's disease affects an estimated 5.4 million persons in the United States, some 480,000 of them in California alone. Almost half of people age 85 and older will be stricken. Moreover, the burden of dementia is even higher as Alzheimer's disease accounts only for 60 to 80 percent of cases of dementia. And as devastating as these disorders are to those afflicted, the illnesses also have a tremendous impact on the people in those patients' lives—family members, friends and caregivers. To that end, UCLA is launching the new UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care program that will provide comprehensive, coordinated care, resources and support to patients and their caregivers, who are often family members. Patti Davis, daughter of President Reagan and a long-time advocate in the fight against the disease, will be an integral member of the program. With Linda Ercoli, director of geriatric psychology in the UCLA Division of Geriatric Psychiatry, Davis will co-lead support groups for families affected by the disease—something with which she is all too familiar. "It's a role I'm familiar with because my family went through a decade of my father's illness under the glare of the public spotlight," Davis said. "The program of support groups will do a lot to ease the loneliness and fear that comes with being in a family with Alzheimer's." The UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care program will have three main components: creation of a dementia registry; a needs assessment of patients listed in the registry; and individualized dementia care plans based on those assessments.
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Dean Ornish: "Transforming Lives and Healthcare" | Talks at Google
For over 35 years, Dr. Dean Ornish’s series of scientific research studies have been empowering the way millions of people think about the simple lifestyle choices they make each day in dynamic relation to their health & wellbeing. From being a revolutionary thought leader, a powerful professor, a beloved author and respected advisor to some of the worlds most powerful leaders, Dr. Dean Ornish is resoundingly recognized as a leader in health, healthcare and medicine. Get the book here: https://goo.gl/FsFAUU Moderated by Jack Hidary.
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Obesity and Asthma - Dr. Mindy Ross | UCLAMDCHAT Webinars
UCLA pediatric pulmonologist Mindy Ross, MD, talk about the impact of obesity on respiratory function, including its effect on respiratory mechanics, asthma and sleep apnea. Learn more at http://uclahealth.org/pedspulmonology
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Dr. Simin Liu, Metabolic Disease Prevention
Faculty speaker: Dr. Simin Liu, Biomarkers for type 2 diabetes prevention: translating epidemiologic observations to clinical risk stratification and intervention from the UCLA Symposium, Translational Research for Metabolic Disease Prevention: From Molecules to Populations. Held by the newly formed UCLA Center for Metabolic Disease Prevention, this symposium explores the interdisciplinary study of metabolic diseases and focuses on the need for integration from molecules to populations to curb this epidemic. (http://www.mdtp.mednet.ucla.edu/pages/)
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"A Clinical Trail Saved My Life"
In 2004, our oncologists diagnosed Bill Whitaker with stage IV squamous cell carcinoma of the neck. He had very few options, one of which was a clinical trial. Although he knew participation might not benefit him, he enrolled to help medical science and future cancer patients. Watch his story.
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Defecation Disorders: Constipation and Incontinence | Lin Chang, MD | UCLA Digestive Disease
Defecation Disorders: Constipation and Incontinence – Diagnostic and Therapeutic Options UCLA Mellinkoff Gastroenterology and Hepatology Symposium March 13-15, 2015 Learn more about the Division of UCLA Digestive Disease at http://www.gastro.ucla.edu
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Kevin Carlberg Beats Cancer
Doctors and UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center were able to save the life of Kevin Carlberg who at the age of 25 was diagnosed with glioblastoma. UPDATE 8/31/2009: Kevin Carlberg suffered a recurrence of his cancer and, despite treatment, he passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2009. Through his participation in a clinical trial at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Carlberg lived about four times longer than the average glioblastoma patient. His participation also helped move cancer research forward. We thank him.
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Treatment Trials - R. Lozano, M.D., Ph.D.
Handouts are online at: http://www.ariconference.com/enews/mind_6-1.pdf Reymundo Lozano, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Lozano is a Pediatric Geneticist, who has dedicated his research to better understanding the molecular basis of genetic disorders associated with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). He is an International Medical Graduate from Mexico and completed his subspecialty studies at UCLA. He specializes in the treatment of neurodevelopmental genetic syndromes including fragile X syndrome (FXS), Angelman syndrome, 15q duplication syndrome, 22q11 microdeletion syndrome, and Noonan syndrome and other RASopathies. His work focuses on different clinical trials for ASD and FXS. Dr. Lozano is dedicated to finding better treatments and eventually the cure for neurodevelopmental disorders. He is also studying the phenotypic variability of fragile X premutation carries and the additive effects of other "genetic hits" and environmental exposures. He pursues the genetic diagnosis of ASD, using cutting edge technology, including microarrays, mitochondrial function and whole exome sequencing. Dr. Lozano is an advocate for minority participation in clinical trials and his goal is to provide the necessary information to enhance enrollment and retention of minority participants. He is involved in identifying the linguistic and systemic barriers to early diagnosis and intervention commonly found in Hispanic children with ID and ASD. He is also interested in increasing diversity among medical students and faculty members at UC Davis.
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Managing Diabetes In 2015 – What to Add, When and Why? by Dr. Maria Wolf (H&S Clinical Update)
Heart and Stroke Clinical Update 2015 Concurrent Workshop F1-02 Managing Diabetes In 2015 – What to Add, When and Why Presented by: Maria Wolfs, MD, MHSc, FRCPC (see below) Hilton Toronto, December 2015 Learning Objectives 1. Identify patient factors that impact the addition of non-insulin pharmacotherapy in Type 2 Diabetes 2. Discuss the glycemic and cardiovascular end-point evidence among non-insulin pharmacotherapies in Type 2 Diabetes 3. Apply evidence based diabetes management to individual patient care Session Description Patients with diabetes have a 2-3 fold increased risk of cardiovascular (CV) events and death. In general, improved glycemic control, especially when achieved early in the course of the disease, is associated with a decreased risk of CV events, specifically myocardial infarction. The choice of anti-hyperglycemic agent depends on several patient factors including degree of hyperglycemia, underlying renal function, drug coverage, risk of hypoglycemia and weight gain. Over the last few years, several new glucose lowering agents have been approved for use in patients with diabetes. Because the FDA requires that new glucose lower agents be evaluated for CV outcomes, several CV end -point trials have been published over the last two years with more ongoing trials scheduled to be reported over the next few years. Glucagon-like peptide receptor agonists (GLP-1RA) are subcutaneously-delivered agents that enhance glucose-dependent insulin secretion, suppress glucagon secretion and effect appetite and gastric emptying. A CV end-point trial with Lixisenatide showed a neutral effect on CV outcomes. DPP4-inhibitors prolong the action of endogenous GLP-1. CV outcome trials of saxagliptin, alogliptin and sitagliptin also demonstrated neutral effects on CV outcomes, although these agents may be associated with an increased risk of heart failure and pancreatitis. SGLT-2 inhibitors block the reabsorption of glucose in the kidney, increase glucose excretion, and lower blood glucose levels. A CV outcome trial with empagliflozin showed a decrease in CV events, most notably a decrease in CV death and heart failure hospitalizations. This workshop will work through patient cases illustrating the individual factors that impact the choice of antihyperglycemic agent while summarizing the reported CV end-point studies of the various agents Maria Wolfs, MD, MHSc, FRCPC Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Staff Endocrinologist, St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto The following information was provided by speakers at the Clinical Update 2015. The information is intended for use by healthcare professionals for reference and education only and is not intended to be a substitute for a physician's advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should consult your physician for personal health matters.
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Low-fat dietary pattern may lead to a lower incidence of deaths after breast cancer
Rowan T. Chlebowski, MD, PhD at Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center discusses low-fat dietary pattern and breast cancer mortality in the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) randomized trial at the American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2016 (AACR16). MDLinx Conference Coverage - American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2016: http://www.mdlinx.com/oncology/conference-interview/american-association-of-cancer-research-annual-meeting-2016/231097 MDLinx: http://www.mdlinx.com/ Smartest Doc & Board Exam Prep: http://www.thesmartestdoc.com/ M3 USA: http://usa.m3.com/ Follow MDLinx: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MDLinx Twitter - https://twitter.com/MDLinx Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+Mdlinx/
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I'm back and healthy! It’s been 2 years since I was diagnosed with a cerebral AVM and I wanted to share my knowledge and experience so that anyone else who may have been diagnosed can get some more information. I hope this helps someone out there since there is not too much information about it. I wanted to explain why i’ve been gone before making any more videos. See below for all the support groups I used, clinical trial that saved my life, and a list of symptoms etc. Stay tuned for more videos! Makeup related videos and blog style videos in my body building bikini prep and how I lost all the steroid weight! I'm so thankful to be healthy now and I look at life so differently. I'm so excited that I'm 8 weeks away from my NPC bikini competition and I hope to vlog the journey! AVM Survivors Community Website: https://www.avmsurvivors.org Avastin Clinical Trial “Liberti Trial”: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02819479 Hospital Conducting the Avastin Clinical Trial: https://nortonhealthcare.com/locations/hospitals-and-medical-centers/norton-brownsboro-hospital/ AVM Facebook Groups:AVM Awareness: https://www.facebook.com/groups/134820625466/about/ AVM and Aneurysm Network: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=avm%20and%20aneurysm%20network Brain AVM and Aneurysm Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/195054974259413/ AVM Symptoms: Headache, thunderclap headache, dizziness, vision issues (bright flashing lights, blurriness,), seizures. It is also possible you will have NO symptoms until a brain bleed or a seizure. Treatment Options: Cyber knife radiation, Gamma knife radiation, Resection (operation to remove it from the brain) Embolization (glue that is used usually in combination with one of the above) Post cyber knife radiation symptoms: brain swelling dizziness headache nausea loss of balance hair loss Steroid symptoms: weight gain water retention (edema) painful joints when tampering off moon face trouble sleeping mood swings skin thinning irritability hunger vision issues diabetes (rare) cortisol autoimmune disorder (if on them too long)
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Alan P. Venook, et al.
ASCO Annual Meeting 2014 - Sunday, June 1: Plenary Session Press Briefing: Alan P. Venook, et al. CALGB/SWOG 80405: Phase III trial of irinotecan/5-FU/leucovorin (FOLFIRI) or oxaliplatin/5-FU/leucovorin (mFOLFOX6) with bevacizumab (BV) or cetuximab (CET) for patients (pts) with KRAS wild-type (wt) untreated metastatic adenocarcinoma of the colon or rectum (MCRC). http://abstracts.asco.org/144/AbstView_144_126013.html http://oncoletter.ch
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184: Dr. Kara Graziano O’Leary | The Psychology of Changing Your Behavior |
Listen to the full episode here: http://18strong.com/kara-graziano-oleary/ When we go out and start a new fitness program, diet, practice program, we are ultimately trying to change our behaviors. This boils down to the habits we create on a daily basis and what we can stick to, which is why I’m excited to have my personal friend Dr. Kara Graziono O’Leary, Ph.D on today. Dr. O’Leary, is a clinical psychologist with a research background in social psychology and neuropsychology and she joins me today to talk about clinically what is working the best and how we can relate her background to what we are seeing in the fitness world and what you are personally experiencing during your trials and tribulations of trying to obtain your goals. We cover everything from the importance of sleep, how to best stack your goals, creating habits, and the idea of “decision fatigue.” Dr. Kara Graziano O’Leary’s Background * Her training includes a bachelor’s degree from Boston College, a master’s degree from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. from Long Island University in clinical psychology. * Her professional experience includes work at the New York State Psychiatric Institute with Bradley S. Peterson and Andrew Gerber on brain and behavior research in relation to impulse control disorders, especially substance use and eating disorders. * Previously, she worked in the Bay Area as a counselor for sexual assault survivors and later for homeless families at San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Free Clinics.  Upon moving to St. Louis, she continued her work in the field of eating disorders at Washington University, serving as a family therapist with Denise Wilfley’s interpersonal psychotherapy-based study on weight loss. * She later completed her clinical psychology internship and post-doctoral training at the St. Louis Veterans Administration Medical Center, and now practices at the St. Louis Veterans Administration Mental Health Clinic, working with veterans recovering from a wide range of diagnoses, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, eating and substance use disorders. * Her practice focuses on integrating psychology research to help patients with behavior change. She is a member of the VA’s Cultural Competency Council and serves as the Diversity Specialist for its Training Council. Highlights from this Episode  * Kara dives into her ideology on sleep, how she approaches sleep with different patients on how to start taking steps towards fully utilizing good sleep benefits. From charting your sleep to defining a “natural sleep rhythm,” Kara goes into detail on not only the importance of sleep but also how we can start to treat it differently. * Why so often we set these goals we really want (be it personal or fitness related,) and always seem to put them off. Dr. O’Leary defines “Behavioral Economics,” the insertion of psychology into economics, and how we experience life through two different lenses: The Experiencing Self (moment to moment in daily life) and The Remembering Self (Orders and Catalogues the day in retrospect.) Using this model, she explains how we tend to over-value our shortcomings and failures and undervalue our success’ and small victories. * The importance of starting small when setting goals. We tend to try and shoot for the moon when setting an objective to reach, but always end up kicking ourselves when we naturally fall short. * The importance of keeping your goals SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely.) How to balance thinking positively and not being too hard on yourself, with being realistic in attaining goals. * Tips and tricks to fighting “Decision Fatigue,” the idea that throughout the day the many decisions we make can take a toll on our psyche that ends up draining us by the end of the day, and tips to help reinforce us to our goals. Things like having healthy alternatives on hand, leaving bigger decisions in the morning and letting your brain rest at night,...
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Beating the Odds: Kevin Carlberg Overcomes Brain Cancer
Kevin Carlberg overcame a brain tumor (glioblastoma) thanks to a dendritric cell vaccine developed at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and the care of his physician, Dr. Linda Liau. UPDATE 8/31/2009: Kevin Carlberg suffered a recurrence of his cancer and, despite treatment, he passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2009. Through his participation in a clinical trial at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Carlberg lived about four times longer than the average glioblastoma patient. His participation also helped move cancer research forward. We thank him.
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UCLA's JCCC Director Welcomes Your Partnership
JCCC Director, Judith Gasson, Ph.D., leads an expert team of researchers who are translating laboratory discoveries into new therapies to benefit cancer patients worldwide. Dr. Gasson invites you to keep informed about JCCC's leading edge research through email updates. Sign up at http://jccf.kintera.org/email.
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Managing Diabetes – What to Add, When and Why? (Maria Wolfs)  Heart&Stroke Clinical Update
Heart & Stroke Clinical Update 2017 www.clinicalupdate.ca Want to join the Heart & Stroke Clinical Update in Toronto next year? Email clinicalupdate@heartandstroke.ca with the subject line: CU to receive event information Managing Diabetes in 2017 – What to Add, When And Why? Presented by Maria Wolfs MD, MHSc, FRCPC (see below) Hilton Toronto, December 2017 Learning objectives: After active participation in the workshop participants will be able to: • Identify patient factors that impact the addition of non‐insulin pharmacotherapy in Type 2 Diabetes. • Discuss the glycemic and cardiovascular end‐point evidence among non‐insulin pharmacotherapies in Type 2 Diabetes. • Apply evidence based diabetes management to individual patient care. Maria Wolfs MD, MHSc, FRCPC Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Endocrinologist, St. Michael's Hospital The following video was provided with the permission of the speaker. The information is intended for the use of healthcare professionals for reference and education only and is not intended to be a substitute for healthcare professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. You should consult your healthcare professional for personal health matters.
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Dr. Jonathan Braun, Metabolic Disease Prevention
Faculty speaker: Dr. Jonathan Braun, "Commensal microbiota as an environmental modifying factor in genetic disease risk" from the UCLA Symposium, Translational Research for Metabolic Disease Prevention: From Molecules to Populations. Held by the newly formed UCLA Center for Metabolic Disease Prevention, this symposium explores the interdisciplinary study of metabolic diseases and focuses on the need for integration from molecules to populations to curb this epidemic. (http://www.mdtp.mednet.ucla.edu/pages/)
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Dr. Fred Garcia - Diet & Weightloss
Fred Garcia, M.D., Ph. D. is a board certified physician practicing in Southern California and serves as the founder and medical director of New Age Medical Spa. Dr. Garcia received his medical degree from the University of California-Irvine having done his internship at USC-LA County and residency at UCLA. He has been a clinical attending physician at USC School of Medicine for 12 years. He has lectured internationally at Erasmus Medicine-Holland and Beer Shiva Medical School-Israel. He has been a visiting professor at Cordova University-Argentina, University of Brazil-Rio and Ching Mai Medical School-Thailand. Dr. Garcia has trained under many pioneers in the study of Integrative Medicine. He spent two years studying Oriental Medicine at Emperors College in Santa Monica, CA. He has also trained under Dr. M.J. Ongley, the leading authority in Orthopedic Medicine at his clinic in Mexico. He spent time studying oxidology and the Bradford microscope (18k mag) with Dr. Bradford at his research center in Chula Vista, CA. Finally, he has studied under Abdula Kalill, the president of A.S.A.M.I. and pioneeer in non-surgical aesthetic medicine. His program has been featured on and in several forms of mass media, including, but not limited to: ABC News 20/20 The L.A. Times (3 times) The Orange County Register (2 times) The Wall Street Journal "Somersize" with Suzanne Somers Dr. Garcia sees patients by appointment only.
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Fighting Cancer with a Fork - Carolyn Katzin, MS, CNS |  UCLA Women’s Health Conference
UCLA Women’s Health Conference Thousand Oaks, CA Saturday, May 9, 2015 Learn more at https://uclahealth.org
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New Revolutionary Cellulite Treatment! Cellulean Review, Try it Free Limited time offer!
http://beautyadvice4u.com/ - Special Free Trial Offer Just in September! Cellulean's primary active ingredient is the common asthma drug Aminophylline, which causes fat cells to deflate like a balloon. Nine clinical trials have been conducted at UCLA, LSU and the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, proving Aminophylline reduces fat and cellulite. http://beautyadvice4u.com/
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What is a Clinical Study?
Clinical Study Explanation of Herbalife Products Success!!!!
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New Drugs Improve Osteoporosis Treatment
An estimated 44 million people in the United States, and more than half the population over age 50, have osteoporosis or its precursor, osteopenia. But new medications, a focus on increased intake of calcium and vitamin D, and more vigilant assessment of bone-mineral density and future fracture risk are among the latest treatments for the skeletal disorder, which is characterized by compromised bone strength that predisposes a person to greater risk of fracture. This is a very common problem. Patients should discuss their risks with their physicians, says UCLA endocrinologist Sheila Ahmadi, M.D. About half of all white women will experience a fracture associated with osteoporosis in her lifetime. Osteoporosis also occurs in older men, who are less likely to be screened or treated for the condition, and who have a higher death rate as a consequence of hip fractures. Regular weight-bearing exercise and getting adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D can help prevent the development of osteoporosis, and should start at an early age, says Aurelia Nattiv, M.D., director of the UCLA Osteoporosis Center in Santa Monica. People used to think of osteoporosis as a geriatric problem, but bone health begins in childhood, she says. Adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D are particularly important preventative factors. The National Osteoporosis Foundation updated recommended daily requirements in 2008: 1,200 mg of calcium and 800-1,000 IU of vitamin D for adults 50 years or older; 1,000 mg of calcium and 400-800 IU of vitamin D for adults under 50; and 1,300 mg of calcium and 400 IU of vitamin D for children and adolescents ages 9-18. Doses for younger children vary by age. Most people, however, fail to meet the recommended daily requirements, and daily supplements often are necessary to reach those levels, Dr. Nattiv says. Most current guidelines recommend screening for osteoporosis in all women over the age of 65 and for younger women and older men with risk factors for osteoporosis. The gold standard for diagnosis, assessment of risk and monitoring of treatment is dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA), a noninvasive scan. Several drugs can slow and in some cases reverse the process of bone loss. The mainstays are the drugs known as bisphosphonates — pills that are taken daily, weekly or in some cases monthly. A once-a-year injectable medication also is available, and other promising new drugs are currently in clinical trials. Despite the growing number of treatment options, a general lack of awareness about osteoporosis seems to exist among large segments of the at-risk population, says geriatrician Deborah Kado, M.D. Osteoporosis, much like hypertension, is something you can walk around with and not realize you have, Dr. Kado explains. Many people dont know they have low bone density until they have a fracture — and even then, they may not realize that there is more that can and should be done than getting a cast or having surgery. Read more at www.uclahealth.org/vitalsigns
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Dr. Chlebowski on how Weight Loss Improves TNBC Survival
As few as five pounds of weight loss can make a significant difference for patients with triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), says Rowan Chlebowski, MD, PhD, a medical oncologist at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
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Jonathan Lam, UCLA - CIRM Stem Cell #SciencePitch Challenge
Congratulations to Jonathan Lam for placing 1st in the CIRM Elevator Pitch Challenge! For more information about about the Elevator Pitch Challenge, see our press release: http://www.cirm.ca.gov/about-cirm/newsroom/press-releases/03262013/pitch-perfect-performances-win-stem-cell-agency%E2%80%99s
Dr. David Perlmutter's Brain Maker
(Video starts at 06:25) Board-Certified Neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter received his M.D. from the University of Miami School of Medicine. He is a recipient of the Linus Pauling Award for his innovative approaches to neurological disorders, Clinician of the Year Award from the National Nutritional Foods Association, and Humanitarian of the Year award from the American College of Nutrition.Dr. Perlmutter has been interviewed on 20/20, Larry King Live, CNN, Fox News, The Today Show, Oprah, and CBS. Dr. Dale Bredesen was the Buck Institute’s founding President and CEO and is an internationally recognized expert on Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Bredesen’s ground-breaking discoveries have led to a recent clinical trial as well as evidence for memory loss reversal associated with Alzheimer’s disease using lifestyle modifications. He earned his M.D. from Duke University Medical Center and served as Chief Resident in Neurology at UCSF before joining Nobel laureate Stanley Prusiner’s lab at UCSF as an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow. He has held faculty positions at UCSF, UCLA and UC San Diego. Dr. Bredesen says Dr. Perlmutter’s new book, Brain Maker: The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain—for Life, explains how nurturing gut health can enhance brain function. "Thanks in large part to a dramatic new understanding of the brain-gut-microbiome connection, there’s new hope for the treatment of autism to Alzheimer's to multiple sclerosis. David Perlmutter is a leader in this burgeoning field. His book is a landmark contribution."
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Diet vs Exercise in Obese Older Patients With HFPEF
This randomized clinical trial determines whether diet or exercise improves exercise capacity and quality of life among obese older patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFPEF). Read the article at: http://bit.ly/1R8JGYJ.
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Dr Renee describes PCOS. She covers symptoms, complications and current treatments from lifestyle changes through to surgery. She also shines the spotlight on new treatments in the pipeline and lists some trials that are currently recruiting in the UK below. You can ask Dr Renee questions in the comments section below. This is the detail regarding the new drug MLE4901: http://www.millendo.com/our-programs/mle4901.php Nice summary info from UpToDate and NHS: http://www.uptodate.com/contents/polycystic-ovary-syndrome-pcos-beyond-the-basics http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Polycystic-ovarian-syndrome/Pages/clinical-trial.aspx Some support groups for PCOS sufferers: http://www.pcoschallenge.org/pcos-support/ http://www.pcosaa.org/symptoms/
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Facial Folds And Wrinkles? We’ve Got The Answer! | Dr. Jason Emer on The Doctors
Nicole, who just turned 46, says she is one of those people. She tells The Doctors she wants to “look her best” and has already tried a variety of creams and serums, but says she has not found the results she is looking for. She says she's seeing some wrinkles and wants to address them before they get worse. Cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer, a Sculptra® Aesthetic spokesperson, is here to help Nicole with her skin concerns and share some tips. He tells us there are a lot of trends happening when it comes to obtaining younger looking skin and that many people are talking about collagen. Some other factors that contribute to collagen loss include: Our own facial expressions, like smiling, frowning, and squinting, can affect collagen Smoking and sun exposure causes a marked reduction in the production of new collagen, according to research Dr. Emer says one of the latest collagen trends he is seeing is collagen supplements, which some add to their smoothies. He says another option he recommends is injectable fillers such as Sculptra® Aesthetic, which he explains is an FDA approved facial injectable treatment. Dr. Emer says that it helps gradually replace lost collagen by helping stimulate the skin’s own natural collagen production. "In our practice as a cosmetic dermatologist, we're using a product called Sculptra® Aesthetic, that is FDA approved, to basically seed the skin with particles that produce collagen over time," he explains. He tells The Doctors it works subtly and provides a gradual improvement that builds over time. If someone is interested in this type of treatment, Dr. Emer recommends talking with someone experienced, like a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. Dr. Emer offers Nicole one of these treatments at no cost to her. He says the ideal candidates are adults in their 30s, 40s, and 50s who have volume loss and are getting wrinkles. Common side effects after initial treatment may include injection site swelling, tenderness, redness, pain, bruising, bleeding, itching and lumps. For Full Important Safety Information visit www.sculptraaesthetic.com. Sponsored by Galderma, makers of Sculptra® Aesthetic See more of The Doctors - https://www.thedoctorstv.com/articles/4568-facial-folds-and-wrinkles-we-ve-got-the-answer ------------------------------------------------------- Dr. Jason Emer is a board certified and fellowship-trained cosmetic, laser, and procedural dermatologist, who specializes in surgical and nonsurgical face and body contouring including hi definition body sculpting and etching, fat transfer, cellulite reduction and skin tightening. Dr. Emer's practice is located in Los Angeles/Beverly Hills, California. Jason Emer is a vanguard of advancements in medical technology. His bold techniques and master combinations are followed by unmatched patient care and compassion. His patient success stories are authentic and speak volumes of his dedication to full face and body transformations. Dr. Jason Emer’s intention-driven approach is what separates him from other dermatologists. He understands that each patient needs a personalized approach that best fits his/her aesthetic goals. Not all skin is the same, so it shouldn’t be treated the same. His wide array of devices and services ensures that each patient gets a customized treatment plan for optimal results. Dr. Emer prides himself on being a cutting-edge innovator with unique combinations that get the most improvements with optimal long term outcomes. Dr. Jason Emer’s involvement in education, teaching, and research/clinical trials has facilitated a host of publications including case reports, review articles, and placebo-controlled clinical trials. He continues to run numerous clinical trials on investigational treatments in the area of cosmetic and laser dermatology and plastic surgery. He also lectures all over the world and is a consultant for many of the pharmaceutical and medical device companies on products and devices physicians use daily in their practices for facial and body aesthetics. ------------------------------------------------------- For more before and after photos, information on my techniques, and verified reviews from patients check out; Realself: http://bit.ly/JEMDonRS Yelp: http://bit.ly/JEMDyelp Facebook: http://bit.ly/JEMDonFB Instagram: http://bit.ly/JEMDonIG Snapchat: http://bit.ly/JEMDonSnap Twitter: http://bit.ly/JEMDtweets Patient success stories: http://bit.ly/2j93dPC Menu of services: http://bit.ly/JEMDmenu Learn more: https://jasonemermd.com/
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Pros and cons of Apple's new health app
'Researchkit' allows iPhone users to take part in clinical trials Watch Bill Hemmer and Marc Siegel talk about Body Mind and Healthy Living on Americas Newsroom.
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Diabetes Clinical Trials - Diabetes Diet| Columbus, Ohio
http://www.columbusclinical.com/diabetes.php - If you or a loved one think or even have had a diabetes diagnosis confirmed, or have been suffering from continual pain, Columbus Clinical Research conducts diabetes clinical studies in Ohio that you might be the perfect candidate for. These diabetes clinical trials taking place in Columbus, Ohio are testing new treatments that may be able to help you with your diabetes problems. By volunteering for our fully supervised Ohio diabetes clinical study, you may receive new investigational diabetes treatments that may help us all understand your condition. In many cases patients who could benefit from investigational treatment miss out on diabetes clinical studies because their doctor isn't aware of a study in the area. http://www.clinicaltrialscolumbus.com/diseases-and-conditions/d/diabetes The type of study being performed by Columbus Clinical Research directly reflects your involvement. Sometimes, participating in a diabetes clinical trial in Columbus, Ohio is as simple as agreeing to let our researchers have a copy of your test results, but most are more involved and would require some tests and a visit to our clinic. Participants are compensated for time and travel, and the study related care, including physical examinations, laboratory services and diabetes study medicines are all provided. Clinical Research Ohio, Ohio Clinical Research at Columbus Clinical Research.
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Dr. Linda Lee
Dr. Linda Lee is director of the Integrative Medicine & Digestive Center, whose clinical practice focuses on gastrointestinal conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, gastroparesis and diverticulitis. Visit: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gi Linda Lee, gastroenterologist, irritable bowel syndrome, integrative medicine, constipation, diarrhea, diverticulitis, Johns Hopkins Medicine Baltimore Maryland
21 Health Benefits of Turmeric (Haldi) | Haldi ke faidey
Over the years, researchers have been learning more and more about the health benefits of turmeric and its active component, curcumin. Turmeric has been used for over 2500 years in South Asia. The health benefits of turmeric have been slowly revealing themselves over the centuries. Long known for its anti-inflammatory properties, recent research has revealed that it can be helpful in the treatment of many different health conditions from cancer to Alzheimer’s disease. One thing to take note of is that research has found that consuming black pepper with curcumin increases its bioavailability. BRAIN TUMORS One of the biggest health benefits of turmeric is in the prevention and treatment of cancer. Research has found that curcumin induces cell death in medulloblastoma, a pediatric brain tumor. Other studies have found that it may induce cell death in glioblastomas, an aggressive type of brain tumor that is resistant to chemo and radiation. PROSTATE CANCER One study found that turmeric, when combined with cruciferous vegetables, may prevent prostate cancer and stop or slow the growth of existing prostate cancer. 20 Health Benefits of TurmericSKIN CANCER A study found that curcumin caused melanoma cells to commit suicide. Topical curcumin has shown promise in fighting squamous cell carcinoma. LEUKEMIA Curcumin was found to have an inhibitory effect on WT1 gene expression in childhood leukemia cells. A study on Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) at the University of Palermo in Italy found that mice treated with curcumin developed smaller tumors than the control group. MULTIPLE MYELOMA A French study published in 2014 in Cancer Biology & Therapy found that several different multiple myeloma cell lines were sensitive to curcumin. The study authors concluded that the results indicate more clinical trials are worth doing on curcumin and multiple myeloma. MD Anderson Cancer Research Center at the University of Texas has been studying the effects of curcumin on multiple myeloma for several years. For an interesting anecdotal story of a woman with multiple myeloma who has been keeping her cancer at bay for years using MD Anderson’s curcumin protocol, check out Margaret’s Corner. METASTASIS PREVENTION Multiple studies have found that one of the most exciting health benefits of turmeric is the prevention of metastasis, the spread of cancer from the primary site to other areas of the body. CACHEXIA PREVENTION Cachexia is one of the biggest hurdles for many cancer patients with solid tumors. It causes weight loss and muscle wasting even when large amounts of food are ingested. A Chinese study found that patients with colorectal cancer who were given oral curcumin while waiting to undergo surgery experienced weight gain. The same study also found that curcumin induced cancer cell death in patients with colorectal cancer. CHEMOTHERAPY ENHANCER Researchers at UCLA found that curcumin enhances the effects of cisplatin, a chemotherapy used in the treatment of many different cancers. Cisplatin and curcumin together worked better at suppressing tumors than cisplatin alone. In addition, a study published in the Nutrition and Cancer journal found that curcumin not only makes cancer cells more susceptible to chemo but it also protects healthy cells from the toxic effects of chemo. ALZHEIMER’S PREVENTION One of the most exciting turmeric benefits is in the realm of brain health. It has long been noted that elderly people in India have low rates of Alzheimer’s disease. One reason may be that they consume a lot of turmeric in their diets. A study found that curcumin may prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease by removing amyloyd plaque buildup in the brain. EYE HEALTH A study at the UC San Diego found that curcumin may be able to treat some types of retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative group of eye diseases that can lead to blindness. Another study found that it may be helpful in the treatment of macular degeneration. WEIGHT LOSS Research has found that curcumin may be a powerful tool in the fight against obesity and its related symptoms. Curcumin reduces leptin resistance, lowers insulin resistance, reverses hyperglycemia, reduces inflammation, and activates fat burning gene signals. NATURAL PAINKILLER & ANTI-INFLAMMATORY Best fruits vegetables best health increase immunity sehat great benefits health benefits medicinal uses dry fruits top fruits for health improve yourself natural cures anti-ageing anti-wrinkles anti-acne anti-blemishes grow stronger fruits. Shinning skin hair strong hair anti-oxidants. One of the benefits of fruits and vegetables is Long hair good skin face height strength beautiful eyes. Taqat himat faidey fruiton ke.
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2013 Katterman Lecture - University of Washington School of Pharmacy
Sean Sullivan, Stergachis Endowed director and professor of the UW Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program, presented "Better-Informed Patients, Better-Informed Pharmacists: Navigating the Changing Medication Information Landscape" on May 8, 2013 at the Museum of Flight. Dean of the School of Pharmacy Thomas Baillie and Pharmacy Alumni Association Board Member Adam Brothers introduce Sullivan.
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Clinical Research Study of Constipation
Do you experience chronic constipation? See more about our clinical research study, and whether you may qualify.
Clinical Trials | Cancer Treatment | HealthBreak | Dignity Health
Dr. Mary Oates, MD, Research Director, Central Coast, Dignity Health Central Coast, discusses clinical trials. See Dr. Oates' Profile: https://www.dignityhealth.org/ourdoctors/1881703759-Mary-Oates Dignity Health Central Coast is a non-profit organization and is comprised of five award-winning hospitals, all recognized for their quality of care, safety and service: Arroyo Grande Community Hospital: http://dignityhealth.org/arroyo-grande/ French Hospital Medical Center: http://www.dignityhealth.org/frenchhospital/ Marian Regional Medical Center: http://www.dignityhealth.org/marianregional/ St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital: http://www.dignityhealth.org/pleasantvalley St. John’s Regional Medical Center: http://www.dignityhealth.org/stjohnsregional/ Our hospitals are located in Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and San Luis Obispo County and provide the community with the best quality health care as well as a robust network of outstanding surgery centers, health clinics, imaging centers, laboratories, post-acute centers, and expert physicians. Dignity Health is pleased to provide the Central Coast community with an exciting project called HealthBreak – a weekly health care program airing on KSBY and CW evening news. Dignity Health’s HealthBreak segments are focused on pertinent health care topics, procedures, and treatments found right here within our communities. Each weekly segment features a Dignity Health affiliated physician which specializes in the presented topic. Connect directly with our HealthBreak doctors and learn more by using our Find-A-Doctor online-search feature or by calling: Find A Doctor: https://www.dignityhealth.org/ourdoctors Ventura County: 877.753.6248 Santa Barbara County, San Luis Obispo County: 805.270.2513 Stay tuned for more HealthBreak segments and don’t forget to subscribe! Arroyo Grande Community Hospital: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmMrvyVDLpY3cgc5jNPiorw?sub_confirmation=1 French Hospital Medical Center: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-LRXlDjiAQeCIFCZJzS3ow?sub_confirmation=1 Marian Regional Medical Center: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC49ODu8GVID6jb8yJF3DY7Q?sub_confirmation=1