Good Calories, Bad Calories, and the Obesity Epidemic: What's the Connection?
October 31, 2018
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Good Calories, Bad Calories, and the Obesity Epidemic: What's the Connection?

with Gary Taubes
November 15th, 2018. 5 PM EST RSVP
Eat more and pile on weight. Eat less and loose weight. Or is it that simple? HOW and WHAT should we eat to stay fit and stay away from obesity? We are talking to investigative science & health Journalist and co-founder of the non-profit Nutrition Science Initiative ( Gary Taubes, to discuss the relationship of Obesity with different kinds of Calories, the current state of nutrition research, and mull over some controversial concepts in nutrition science. Mr Gary Taubes is a recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research. Mindy Stone, who grew up fighting a weight probem from age 11 and found success with Ketogenic diet will join us on the panel. Mindy hosts a Keto Support group and is passionate about food politics and how it controls what we eat.
Gary Taubes 
Mindy Stone 
Shweta Mishra 
September 5th, 2018. 3 PM EST
A mothers immune system is altered during pregnancy so that the fetus is not rejected by her body and is allowed to grow. When this balance goes awry, the immune system may become the cause of a miscarriage or multiple miscarriages. We talked to Dr. Jeffrey Braverman, a world leader in reproductive immunology, about the role of immune system in recurrent miscarriages. Dr. Braverman discussed about various immunity related conditions or issues that may be the cause of recurrent miscarriages, and also highlighted the advances in the diagnosis and management of immune related pregnancy complications.

Dr. Jeffrey Braverman 
Annie Kuo
Danae Ashley
Davina Fankhauser
Shweta Mishra
August 8, 2018. 3 p.m. EST LISTEN
Over 10 million people in the US have a neurodegenerative condition. Half of these people have Alzheimer's Disease making it the most common neurodegenerative condition in the US. Among the remaining, a large population suffer from frontotemporal dementia (FTD). However, FTD and Alzheimer's are very often misdiagnosed for each other and even the terms are used interchangeably. In reality, they are two different diseases that have varying effects on behavior. It is important to differentiate between the two so that patients and families can know what to expect and receive targeted therapies. We discussed FTD and Alzheimer's Disease, their similarities, differences, risk, diagnostic tests, progression stages, treatments and clinical trials with Dr. Murray Grossman and Dr. David Wolk from the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr Murray Grossman
Dr David Wolk 
Patricia White 
Priya Menon
For any of the talks dial-in to 718-664-6574 to participate and ask a question LIVE On-Air! Only 50 callers permitted at one time so HURRY!
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