Dr. Paolo Cassano - Shining Light on Cognitive Health
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
1w ago
Dr. Paolo Cassano, an expert in photobiomodulation, discusses its potential in preventing cognitive decline. He traces his journey from a focus on international psychiatry to pioneering research in using light therapy for brain disorders. Photobiomodulation involves non-invasive transcranial exposure to specific wavelengths of light, particularly near-infrared light. Dr. Cassano's "aha" moment came when he observed significant improvements in patients' mental health, including reduced depression symptoms and improved cognitive function. While his current Alzheimer's study will take a few more ..read more
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Dr. Yoshi Rahm- Title: Ozone and Methylene Blue - For You Too?
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
1M ago
The interview with Dr. Yoshi Rahm on the Cutting Edge Health podcast covers topics on enhancing cognitive health. Dr. Rahm discusses his personal journey influenced by his family's health issues and his integration of holistic practices into medicine. He delves into Extracorporeal Blood Oxygenation and Ozonation (EBOO) therapy for immune system boosting and reducing inflammation. Additionally, Dr. Rahm explains the use of methylene blue for cognitive improvement, its safe dosage, and potential side effects. He emphasizes the importance of lifestyle modifications, including diet, exercise, and ..read more
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Dr Lisa Barnes - Alzheimer’s and Social Determinants of Health
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
2M ago
In this podcast interview, Dr. Lisa Barnes discusses her work in cognitive neuropsychology and efforts to diversify Alzheimer’s disease research by including Black Americans. With a background from the University of Michigan and UC Davis, Dr. Barnes joined Rush Medical College in 1999 and has been leading the Minority Aging Research Study since 2004, focusing on brain health within the Black community. Dr. Barnes initiated the Minority Aging Research Study to address the underrepresentation of Black individuals in dementia research, overcoming trust barriers rooted in historical mistreatment a ..read more
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Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen - Personalized Medicine Through Genomics
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
3M ago
For those who want to truly assess your genetic risk of Alzheimer’s, IntellxxDNA has created a tool to help.  With a simple cheek swab, this Austin, Texas based firm can provide you with a personalized genetic report that goes much deeper than what you’ll get from most genetic testing. For those with the APOE-4 Alzheimer’s gene there are other genes to know about that either can dramatically increase or decrease your risk of developing the disease.  Having this information allows one to take action early to prevent its onset. Sharon Hausman-Cohen, MD is our guest for this podcast epi ..read more
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Dr. Kat Toups - The Science of Reversing Dementia
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
4M ago
Dementia can be prevented, and Kat Toups, MD knows this firsthand.  Dr. Toups is a San Francisco Bay Area psychiatrist, but she is also an accomplished researcher who led investigations in 20 extensive clinical trials focused on Alzheimer's and MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment). While working in this area, she developed dementia herself, and by using functional medicine, she reversed her own decline.  Dr. Toups thrives on helping people. She partnered with Dale Bredesen, MD on a clinical trial using functional medicine, often called precision medicine, where 84% of the study patients w ..read more
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Dr.Eric Larson - What’s Aging Seattlites?
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
6M ago
Dr. Eric Larson is a leading expert on aging and dementia and one of the creators of a massive living lab studying the brains of 5,000 Seattle residents as they age over decades. The research is called the Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) Study Dr. Larson is optimistic when it comes to preventing the devastating disease. Not because miracle medicines might be on the horizon, but because he believes Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia are susceptible to lifestyle choices individuals make. He’s finding people are increasingly paying attention to those lifestyle issues and doing the right thing ..read more
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Dr. Lisa Broyles - Love Up Your Liver
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
8M ago
Keeping your liver clean is yet another way to boost your cognitive longevity and enhance the likelihood that your brain stays sharp as long as possible. Though many people pay little attention to the liver and have scant knowledge of what it does, this vital organ performs many critical roles in enabling the body to continue functioning. Most significantly, it rids the bloodstream of harmful toxins.   “Your liver is vitally important,” explains Dr. Lisa Broyles. “It removes toxins and chemicals that are dangerous for us from our blood and gets rid of them.” Dr. Broyles, a certified funct ..read more
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Dr Jeffery Galvin -Secrets to Getting Young Again
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
9M ago
If you aspire to live a long life, don’t wait until you are 60 to pursue it, advises Dr. Jeffrey Galvin, director of the Vitality Medical Wellness Institute  North Carolina. The earlier you begin living a lifestyle aimed at longevity, the more likely you are to reach your 90’s and beyond in health, he suggests.  “How do we build vibrant, healthy 90-year-olds?” he asks. “We start with 30 and 40-year-olds, maybe 50-year-olds.” Galvin anticipates technologies, just over the horizon, that will radically extend human life. And current research (on mice and other animals) seeks to remove a ..read more
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Dr. Lisa Broyles - Bioidentical HRT Makes for Bright Mind
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
10M ago
Most women should consider bioidentical hormone replacement therapy at menopause to increase estrogen production and enhance their health and cognitive functions, according to Dr. Lisa Broyles, a functional medicine doctor. “We can prove that it does improve cognition and lessens the risk of you developing Alzheimer's in the future,” she says. Even prior to menopause, those women who experience symptoms like anxiety, forgetfulness and sleep difficulty should contemplate the hormone therapy, Dr. Broyles suggests. “Studies show the sooner that you start it, the better you're going to do as far a ..read more
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Dr. Jojo Yonce -Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments Reverse Aging Process in First Clinical Trial
Cutting Edge Health: Preventing Cognitive Decline
by Jane Rogers
11M ago
According to recent research conducted by Tel Aviv University (TAU) and the Shamir Medical Center in Israel, hyperbaric oxygen treatments (HBOT) administered to healthy aging adults can stop the aging of blood cells and even reverse the aging process. Remarkably, the treatments cause the blood cells of the adults to become biologically younger as the therapy progresses.  The study indicates that HBOT may induce significant senolytic effects including increasing telomere length and clearance of senescent cells in the aging populations. If one can slow or reverse aging, then the onset of ag ..read more
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