By: Joe Graedon May 31, 2003 0 Comments
    #452 Controlling Carbohydrates: The Road to Weig…

    The very low-carbohydrate diet championed by the late Dr. Atkins has come in for a lot of criticism from the nutrition establishment over the years. But new studies suggest the objections may not hold…

    By: Joe Graedon May 17, 2003 0 Comments
    #420 Allergies, Asthma and Children

    Do you or your children suffer from allergies? Find out why allergy can make asthma worse. What can you do to prevent sensitivity in the first place or control asthma if it develops. GUEST: David Pede…

    By: Joe Graedon May 17, 2003 0 Comments
    #451 Overcoming the Vicious Cycle of Head Pain

    Do you or your children suffer from allergies? Find out why allergy can make asthma worse. What can you do to prevent sensitivity in the first place or control asthma if it develops. GUEST: David Pede…

    By: Joe Graedon May 3, 2003 0 Comments
    #430 Clarifying the Controversies in Women’…

    Susan Love, MD is one of the country's most knowledgeable physicians on women's health issues. She will discuss the pros and cons of HRT and mammograms and help us understand why the Women's Health In…

    By: Joe Graedon April 26, 2003 0 Comments
    #428 The Healing Power of Sound

    Dr. Mitch Gaynor's newest book is titled "The Healing Power of Sound: Recovery from Life-Threatening Illness Using Sound, Voice, and Music." We will explore how healing sounds can lower blood pressure…

    By: Joe Graedon April 12, 2003 0 Comments
    #449 Comfort Food in Times of Stress

    Marian Burros is a food writer for the New York Times. She has also written numerous cook books. Her latest work provides recipes for old-fashioned comfort foods. In uncertain times people often turn …

    By: Joe Graedon March 14, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-77 Health Benefits of Vitamins

    Do you really need to take vitamins or are you just wasting your money? A new study suggest that there are measurable effects from a daily multi-vitamin. But should you be taking more? Can you overdos…

    By: Joe Graedon March 8, 2003 0 Comments
    #445 Open Show Format

    Open Lines. Topics include: Can an aspirin a day prevent common cancers? How good is it and how does aspirin work this miracle? We'll talk with the scientist who has done the research. In addition, th…

    By: Joe Graedon March 7, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-81 Coping with Allergies and Sinus Problems

    Are you ready for spring allergies? Or are you still suffering complications of your last winter cold? Unless you have suffered sinusitis or a sinus headache you cannot imagine the discomfort. But it …

    By: Joe Graedon March 1, 2003 0 Comments
    #444 Risk Factors Beyond Cholesterol

    Half of all heart attack victims have normal cholesterol levels. Researchers are looking into many other risk factors that often go undetected and untreated. For example, inflammation is now considere…

    By: Joe Graedon February 22, 2003 0 Comments
    #443 Wild Health

    Wild animals have no doctors and no medicines. So how do they keep themselves healthy? Cindy Engel, Ph.D., describes the actions taken by animals from rats and birds to rhinos and elephants to recover…

    By: Joe Graedon February 15, 2003 0 Comments
    #442 Open Show Format

    Open Lines. Topics include: Thyroid function and new research on thyroid testing. Addiction to anti-anxiety drugs. How can patients phase off drugs like Ativan or Xanax? Are there any alternatives to …

    By: Joe Graedon February 14, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-74 How Can You Tell if You’re Really in…

    If you think you are in love, you probably are...but have you picked the right person to love? Today's show will help you determine if that special person will make a great partner for the long term o…

    By: Joe Graedon February 8, 2003 0 Comments
    #441 Health Care in Crisis

    More than 41 million Americans have no health insurance. What impact does that have on the health care system? Hospitals are absorbing huge costs in caring for the uninsured. How does that affect ever…

    By: Joe Graedon February 1, 2003 0 Comments
    #440 Making Sense of Dietary Guidelines

    Have you become totally confused about making healthy food choices? The government has created the USDA Food Pyramid to "simplify" our decision making. But our guest, Walter Willett, MD, PhD, says the…

    By: Joe Graedon January 31, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-72 How Important is School Lunch?

    Is your child flunking lunch? A lot of schools now provide fast food in the cafeteria along with vending machines that sell sodas and candy. One principal is bucking that trend. We will discuss her de…

    By: Joe Graedon January 25, 2003 0 Comments
    #439 Open Show Format

    Open Lines. Topics include: How much vitamin A is enough and how much is too much? We'll discuss the consequences of consuming high doses of this nutrient, which is found in cold liver oil and som…

    By: Joe Graedon January 24, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-71 New Treatments for Sexual Dysfunction

    Viagra became a household word almost overnight. Now Levitra will soon offer competition. How do they compare and what other drugs are in the pipeline for erectile dysfunction? How do hormones affect …

    By: Joe Graedon January 18, 2003 1 Comments
    #438 Natural Remedies for Colds

    What do you do when you come down with a cold? Is Nyquil your preferred treatment...or do you reach for the vitamin C? On this show you will learn about the benefits and risks of cold and flu remedies…

    By: Joe Graedon January 17, 2003 0 Comments
    #A-70 Fit or Fat? Shedding Holiday Weight

    Did you gain a few pounds over the holidays? Are you continuing to overeat because you are feeling stressed out and overwhelmed? Is the cold weather making it hard to get mobilized to exercise? What c…

    By: Joe Graedon January 11, 2003 0 Comments
    #437 Overcoming Stress and Anxiety

    There are uncertain times and people are feeling a great deal of stress. This in turn can have many negative effects on health from anxiety and depression to hypertension and headaches. How can we lea…

    By: Joe Graedon January 4, 2003 0 Comments
    #436 Which Blood Pressure Drugs Are Best?

    A large government-sponsored study has shown that old-fashioned inexpensive diuretics work at least as well as the newer medications drug companies promote so aggressively. Even more shocking, the cho…