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I just came across to this video. I'd thought you'd enjoy it and learn from it. I know and understand that your time is valuable to you,  so I warn you, this video is 21 minute video long. You will pee in your pants. (excuse the urologic pun here).  But believe me, it's well, well… [Read More]

What’s the Smallest Dose of Exercise that Can Improve my Health? The Takeaway First We all know that physical activity is good for our health. But in our later years, our aging bodies can limit the amount of physical activity we can actually do safely and regularly. How much exercise does it take to see… [Read More]

The takeaway first The last five years or so the gluten-free diet has been the most popular way of eating. Even the recent Wimbledon winner Djokavic and the New York Yankees slugger Mark Teixeira have adopted this new way of eating, which excludes wheat, rye and barley. While there is a real, clinical disease called… [Read More]

The Takeaway First Polyphenols, a kind of antioxidant found in countless fruits and vegetables, hold “great promise” for the future prevention of prostate cancer, according to a review published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences. These widely available micronutrients work by fine-tuning the existing machinery of our bodies and even altering our gene expression.… [Read More]

Takeaway First Kidney stones are on an upswing as the days get warmer. Quite a few of our patients are passing stones at our clinic in New York. There are many things you can do to prevent kidney stones, but above all: drink tons of water. Kidney stone facts: Kidney stones are most common in… [Read More]

Despite the huge conversation that health professionals and consumers alike are having about the effects of consuming red meat on human health, scientific research hasn’t quite settled the score. A new paper (Klurfeld, 2015) published this past May highlights the many limitations of the studies we have done. So what do we have left…? David… [Read More]

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