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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! Continue Reading >>
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! << Show Less
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#1192: MM- Being Social and Living Longer How much “social capital” have you raised? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. We all need friends, the call at 3am type of friends that you can trust and count on. Research shows that people who have raised significant social capital will have less disease and live longer. I’m not talking about being friends on social media, but rather real connections where you spend time together laughing, talking, and doing activities. After all, we’re social creatures. If you’re not socializing enough, make strides to change that. More friends does equal a longer life! This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s 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 - 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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#1192: MM- Being Social and Living Longer How much “social capital” have you raised? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. We all need friends, the call at 3am type of friends that you can trust and count on. Research shows that people who have raised significant social capital will have less disease and live longer. I’m not talking about being friends on social media, but rather real connections where you spend time together laughing, talking, and doing activities. After all, we’re social creatures. If you’re not socializing enough, make strides to change that. More friends does equal a longer life! This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s 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 - 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!
#1191: MM- The "Golden Girl" Effect Are you over 65 and living alone? There’s a new trend that some are calling the Gold Girl effect. This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Many older people are downsizing but can’t afford expensive retirement communities. With all the research showing socialization is the key to a longer and healthier life, many seniors are turning to roommate situation. In fact, it’s estimated that by the year 2035, the 65 and older population will make up 80% of all renters. If you’re thinking of reliving those college roommate days long after retirement, my suggestion is to turn to a professional service like Silvernest or Roomates4Boomers.com. This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s 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 - 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!
#1190: MM- Trans Fats and Dementia What’s the link between trans fats and dementia?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  New research from Kyushu University suggests that consuming trans fats can increase a person’s chance of developing dementia.  The study spanned 10 years and researchers found that participants with the highest level of trans fats in their blood work were 52% more likely to develop dementia.  You may be thinking, “weren’t artificial trans fats banned in the US?” They were….to an extent.  In 2018 the FDA did ban artificial trans fats, but a revision was made.  If a food contains 0.5 g or less, they could put 0g on the label.  If you’re looking to avoid trans fats, try cooking fresh meals at home, instead of buying processed foods.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326820.php 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 - 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!
#1189: MM- Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D? Fall is here.  Are you getting enough Vitamin D?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  Vitamin D is absorbed through sunlight and certain foods and is necessary for bone and heart health.  Without it, the body can’t absorb calcium. Due to a lack of sunlight, Vitamin D deficiency peaks during Fall and Winter. Being deficient can cause symptoms like fatigue, back pain, depression, and hair loss.  Having a deficiency can even increase the chance of developing Rickets, childhood asthma, and certain types of cancers.  Talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing symptoms of a Vitamin D deficiency.  A simple blood test can help your doctor determine if supplements are needed.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-d-deficiency-symptoms#section6 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 - 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!
#1188: MM- Eating Before or After a Workout When’s the best time to eat: before or after a workout?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  New research out of Universities of Bath and Birmingham suggests that eating after a workout may be more beneficial than eating before.  The researchers studied three different groups.  The first group ate breakfast before exercise, the second ate after exercise, and the third group didn’t make any changes.  All three groups were given the same meal.  The group that ate after exercise burned up to twice as much fat than the group that ate before.  Why? Because your body is kicked into fasting mode when you sleep.  When you eat before exercising, your body uses the insulin created by eating instead of using stored fat.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326811.php#3 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 - 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!
#1187: MM- Adult Learning Differences Is it possible for an adult to have an undiagnosed learning difference?  The answer is yes.  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  There are over five million adults in the US who suffer from a learning difference.  And unfortunately, they don’t just “go away”.  Adults with learning differences may struggle with things like focus, memory, reading, writing, math, or social anxiety.  These symptoms may lesson with proper sleep and diet, but never fully go away.  But there is an upside.  Most individuals with learning differences have a higher IQ than those that don’t.  Many believe that this is because their brain processes information differently.  Be sure to talk to your doctor if you think you may have an undiagnosed learning difference.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://ldaamerica.org/adults-with-learning-disabilities-an-overview/ 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 - 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!
#1186: MM- Avoiding Eye Strain Are your eyes telling you it’s time to take a break?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  Eye strain can occur after looking at a screen for prolonged periods of time.  It can lead to blurred vision, dry eyes, and headaches.  The American Optometric Association and the American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends the 20-20-20 rule.  Take a 20 second break every 20 minutes.  During those 20 seconds, focus on an object that is at least 20 feet away.  Nothing to focus on?  Try closing your eyes for 20 seconds.  Doing either of these gives your eye muscles a break.  You can also try changing your computer’s lighting settings or reducing the glare on screen.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/321536.php 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 - 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!
#1185: MM- All About Vitamin A What is Vitamin A?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  Vitamin A is an antioxidant that acts as a hormone to help with organ function and gene expression.  Vitamin A deficiencies can cause nighttime blindness, fertility issues, and dry, bumpy skin.  There are two types of this vitamin, pro and preformed.  Provitamin A is found in orange plant foods.  The body stores this as beta-carotene and then converts it into Vitamin A as needed.  Because the body only creates what it needs, it’s impossible to overdose on Provitamin A.  On the other hand, Preformed Vitamin A is found in milk, eggs, and meat.  It’s also the type used in supplements.  You can overdose on Preformed Vitamin A, it can become toxic to the body.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/219486.php 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 - 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!
#1184: MM- The Keto Diet and Psoriasis Do you suffer from psoriasis?  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young medical minute.  A new study out of Paracelsus Medical University suggests that a ketogenic, or keto diet, may not be a good idea for people suffering from psoriasis.  Most people follow a keto diet for weight loss, but research has that it can also help in protecting against cognitive decline and improving type 2 diabetes symptoms.  However, in the study, they found that a keto diet with high amounts of coconut oil can increase skin inflammation.  But this only happens when it’s combined with other healthy fats like avocados, olive oil, fish, and nuts.  So, if you have psoriasis and are planning on jumping on the keto bandwagon, be sure to limit your coconut intake.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326724.php 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 - 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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