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A Holistic Approach to Chronic Illness with Jeff Sirlin


We’re gonna talk about having a holistic approach to chronic illness. Studies show that chronic illness and disease are better controlled when the patient cares for the whole body, not just taking a pill to get better. No longer should doctors just write prescriptions and send their patients home. Joining us to discuss this topic is Jeff Sirlin.

How Much Television Are You Watching?


How much television are you watching? If you are like 80% of Americans, you are watching 3.5 hours a day – which is far too much. A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows a link between television watching times and the 6 leading causes of death. Heart disease, diabetes, influenza/pneumonia, Parkinson’s disease, liver disease, and cancer risks are all increased with the number of hours dedicated to time in-front of the tube. The study looked at over 200K people and found that 3-4 hours of television watching per day was linked to a 15% more likely to die, and at 7 or more hours, that risk increased to 47%. My advice to you – plan your television time, don’t surf. Get in and see what you want to see, and get out. To learn more go to

Does Looking Old Mean You’re Getting Old


Are grey hair, baldness, wrinkles, and aging eyes associated with shortened lifespan. After all, when you see someone with these traits, you’re first thought is that they are getting old. In a Copenhagen City study, researchers asked this very same question. Their study showed that none of these traits are associated with any reduction in lifespan except for the aging of the the eyes, which is also known as Arcus senilis. It was found that in women there was a statistically significant correlation between Arcus senilis and reduced lifespan. In men the correlation wasn’t statistically significant.

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