Dr. Youdim Beverly Hills Courier / Dr. Youdim Your Health–In Time For Valentine’s Day, The Truth Behind Aphrodisiacs February 16, 2017


They say Valentine’s Day is for lovers and many like to celebrate each other with a seductive meal of aphrodisiacs to get their minds and bodies racing. While the idea that most of the foods thought to enhance sexual activity is based on myths, according to Dr. Adrienne Youdim, MD, a physician nutrition specialist, “there are some foods that can give you that boost and urge to get frisky.” (more…)

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Dr. Raskin Fox News Health / Dr. Damon Raskin The diseases you’re more likely to get as a man — and woman February 15, 2017


In a 2016 study published in the journal Nature, researchers at Harvard Medical School found a reason behind what they termed the “striking and unexplained male predominance across many cancer types.” Turns out, women’s extra X chromosome also gives them an extra set of certain protective, tumor-suppressant genes, according to a press release from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim The List / Dr. Youdim 8 weird signs you should take a multivitamin February 13, 2017

Taking a supplement or multivitamin feels like a healthy thing to do every morning, but do we really need them? The supplement industry is big business, yet they’re not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Because it’s possible to get all of our nutrients from the foods we eat, it’s important to know who could benefit from the extra oomph of a supplement. (more…)

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Carlota Zimmerman CNBC / Carlota Zimmerman 6 things you should never say to your boss February 10, 2017


Whether you’re preparing for an annual performance review, contract negotiation or salary discussion, there’s no time like the present to make sure you know how to communicate professionally. (more…)

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SCRC Bustle / Southern California Reproductive Center 11 Signs You Might Have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, According To Experts February 9, 2017


Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a hormonal disorder that affects about 10 percent of women, but many are unfamiliar with what exactly the disorder is. If you’ve noticed some abnormal changes in your body that have to do with your period, hair growth, and more, you may be exhibiting signs that you have PCOS. Many women with the condition don’t even realize they have it, but getting diagnosed can help those unwanted side effects in check and allow you to take the proper steps to preserve your health down the line. (more…)

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SCRC Unite Virginia / Southern California Reproductive Center Transgender People Can Have Their Own Biological Babies February 9, 2017


Gay couples having babies has become the norm… but what about a transgender man who has been given the opportunity to use his own eggs to have a biological baby. Science has now allowed transgender people to be biological parents to their own children. Dr. Shahin Ghadir at the Southern California Reproductive Center is at the forefront of helping transgender people have their own biological babies by freezing their eggs before they medically transition. This allows a genetic connection with their children, which is very important to many people. (more…)

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Dr. Torkian Jewish Journal / Dr. Behrooz Torkian Jewish patients taking new look at rhinoplasty February 7, 2017


Whether to assimilate or meet a specific standard of American beauty, generations of Jewish teens and young adults have turned to rhinoplasty and other cosmetic surgeries in hopes of improving their career, romantic prospects or social acceptance. (more…)

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Concierge Choice Physicians Fast Company / Concierge Choice Physicians What Happened When I Forced Myself To Wake Up At 5 A.M. Every Day For A Month February 6, 2017


Early risers get a lot of good press: They are supposedly more productive and possibly better problem solvers. But after a month of forcing myself out of bed at 5 a.m., I learned that getting up early isn’t always the best thing for you. (more…)

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Carlota Zimmerman New York Post / Carlota Zimmerman Get ready to see a lot more skin at the office February 6, 2017

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Fifteen years ago, Carlota Zimmerman lived in baggy trousers and oversize men’s shirts — which she wore even to her TV news jobs in Washington, DC, and New York. But when she launched a new career as a life coach in 2008, she knew she had to get over her fear of dresses and heels. (more…)

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Southern California Reproductive Center Redbook / Southern California Reproductive Center How to Predict When You’re Ovulating February 3, 2017


Have sex, they said. You’ll get pregnant, they said. They were wrong — sort of. Even though you can get knocked up after having unprotected sex just once (thanks for the heads up, sex ed!), timing often plays a huge part in conceiving a baby. After all, your chances of getting pregnant can largely depend on if you’re ovulating. A quick crash course on what ovulation is: It’s when an egg is released from your ovary into your fallopian tubes (it usually happens roughly around the middle of your cycle). There, it can connect with sperm — a meet-up that may result in, boom, a baby! You’re most fertile on the day you’re ovulating, and the 5 days leading up to it. (more…)

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Southern California Reproductive Center SELF / Southern California Reproductive Center Beyoncé Being Pregnant With Twins Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense February 2, 2017


Fans collectively freaked out Wednesday afternoon after Beyoncé Knowles announced on social media that she’s pregnant with twins. Knowles made the announcement in an artsy Instagram post that showed her posing in lingerie while cradling her belly. “We would like to share our love and happiness,” she captioned the photo, which has become the most-liked Instagram post ever. “We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. – The Carters.” There’s no official word on when the twins are due, but once they arrive, they’ll join big sister Blue Ivy. (more…)

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SCRC Yahoo Beauty / Southern California Reproductive Center It Doesn’t Matter How a Woman Conceives: Chrissy Teigen Can Teach Us All About IVF January 31, 2017


Chrissy Teigen has been open and vocal about her struggle with fertility and her subsequent choice to undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF) to have children. And now, she’s tackling critics head-on who suggest that she took the easy way out. (more…)

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The Hills U.S. News / The Hills Treatment Center Should Parents Call the Police on Their Opioid-Addicted Kids? January 31, 2017


Terrified that her heroin addict son’s escalating drug use would soon kill him, one Maryland mother took a painful and drastic step to get him off the street: She set him up with the police. (more…)

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Dr. Torkian New Beauty / Dr. Behrooz Torkian Pregnancy Tumors: The Weird Pregnancy Side Effect That Can Last Forever January 30, 2017


The joys of having a baby are endless. But, some of the side effects of pregnancy aren’t so great and can leave behind unwanted problems, like stretch marks, loose skin and fat, that are hard to correct. But, there’s another issue pregnancy can cause that’s received little attention called pyogenic granuloma, or “pregnancy tumor,” and its effects are pretty serious.   (more…)

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Vaser CBS New York / Vaser Seen At 11: New Treatment For Excessive Sweating January 30, 2017


NEW YORK (CBS 2) – This summer’s sweltering temperatures have made everyone uncomfortably hot under the collar, but there are some who suffer more than others, no matter what the weather. (more…)

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Vaser NPR / Vaser Sculpting The Body With Recycled Fat January 27, 2017


A doctor uses a scalpel in a liposuction surgery. Some plastic surgeons have adopted the controversial technique of transferring unwanted fat from the belly, hips and thighs of patients to the breasts and other areas.  (more…)

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Vaser Colorado Biz Today / Vaser Small biz: Are those real–or just expensive? January 27, 2017


What do you get the man who has everything? How about some six-pack abs and a chiseled chest? (more…)

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Dr. Youdim The Daily Meal / Dr. Youdim 6 Tips to Avoid Overdoing It on Super Bowl Sunday January 27, 2017


Here are healthy tips for surviving the game-day feast with your diet and waistline intact. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim Shape / Dr. Youdim Why Everyone Is Talking About the Sirtfood Diet January 27, 2017


The new trending diet lets you eat chocolate and red wine and has celebrity followers like Adele. But is it too good to be true? (more…)

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Vaser The Huffington Post / Vaser Older Jobseekers Face An Uphill Climb January 26, 2017


Since Eamonn Coughlan, 57, was laid off from his job managing a Jaguar dealership over two years ago, he has sent out over 2,000 resumés but still hasn’t landed a job. He is convinced that his age is to blame for his inability to get back into the workforce. (more…)

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Vaser NPR / Vaser Sculpting The Body With Recycled Fat January 26, 2017

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Plastic surgeon Dr. David Broadway describes body fat as “liquid gold.” He is an early adopter of a controversial technique to transfer fat from unwanted parts of the body — namely the belly, love handles and thighs — to places where it’s more desirable — namely the breasts. (more…)

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Vaser KTLA 5 / Vaser Health Smart January 26, 2017
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Southern California Reproductive Center Prevention / Southern California Reproductive Center 8 Reasons Your Period Is Lighter Than Usual January 25, 2017


When most of us complain about our periods, we kvetch about those heavy flow days and the bloating, cramping, and exhaustion that can go along with them. So if your period suddenly becomes very light the whole time, it might seem like a good thing. While less bleeding may very well make you more comfortable, it could be a sign something’s gone awry. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim Reader's Digest / Dr. Youdim 11 Things that Happen to Your Body If You Stop Eating Red Meat January 20, 2017
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UltraTooth Health Business Blog / Dr. Sargon Lazarof, UltraTooth Reform dentistry but don’t blindly copy the medical model January 12, 2017


It’s always struck me as odd that the dental and medical systems are so separate. Oral health and overall health are closely interlinked, and the mouth is just as much a part of the body as anything else. A commentary in Health Affairs (The Dental-Medical Divide) by Elizabeth A. Mertz, a dental professor at UCSF does a good job of laying out the current state and what to expect going forward. While I learned from the article and agree with many of the conclusions, I do think it’s important that dentistry continue to deviate in some ways from the path followed by the medical profession. (more…)

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Southern California Reproductive Center Bustle / Southern California Reproductive Center 11 Surprising Things Your OB/GYN Wants You To Know January 11, 2017


Sex education and women’s health magazines cover some important topics, but there are still so many things women don’t know about their vaginal and sexual health. No one knows better about these facts than your gynecologist, and there are a number of surprising things your OB/GYN wants you to know. You may be afraid to ask, or maybe you’ve just never thought about it before, but there are lots of topics regarding self-care and sex that many women don’t know that much about. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim U.S. News / Dr. Youdim What’s the Best Diet for Newly Sober Alcoholics and Addicts? January 9, 2017


One of the first things clinicians at the Addiction Treatment Center at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, do when they meet new patients is ask them to provide a recent history of their consumption – of food. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim Web MD / Dr. Youdim How to Avoid Gaining Weight When You Quit Smoking January 6, 2017


You’re ready to quit smoking, but you’re concerned that it might mean that you put on extra pounds. But while it’s true that some people gain weight, many don’t. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim Glamour Health / Dr. Youdim 8 Ways Your Body Keeps Changing in Your 20s, 30s, and 40s January 5, 2017


We all (well, hopefully all) learned in middle school about the major transitions that come along with puberty. But what sex ed doesn’t teach us is that our bodies are in a constant state of flux, not just during puberty. Long after we’ve reached our adult heights, our bodies continue growing in other subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways. (more…)

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The Hills HealthZette / The Hills Treatment Center Bye, Bye, Obamacare — and Other Scourges of 2016 January 3, 2017


The year 2017 is already looking better than last year. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim M.D./Alert / Dr. Youdim Iron deficiency anemia tied to hearing loss January 3, 2017


NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is associated with both sensorineural hearing loss and combined (sensorineural and conductive) hearing loss, so the effects of iron supplementation on hearing status should be explored, researchers in Pennsylvania suggest. (more…)

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Carlota Zimmerman The Network Journal / Carlota Zimmerman Before Walking Into That Job Interview, Do These 7 Things January 3, 2017


There is no doubt. Job interviews are nerve wracking. But if you take a few minutes before walking into the interview to do these things, you could come out a winner. (more…)

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Dr. Youdim Reader's Digest / Dr. Youdim 10 Reasons Unexpected Weight Loss Could Be a Serious Problem January 3, 2017


Dropping pounds unexpectedly? Before you do a happy dance, make sure one of these diseases isn’t the reason. (more…)

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The Hills Inside Edition / The Hills Treatment Center Tweets From the Edge: The Final Weeks of ‘Star Wars’ Actress Carrie Fisher’s Life January 3, 2017


As the world mourns the death of actress Carrie Fisher, more light has been shed on the final weeks of her life. (more…)

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Dr. Zamora Zwivel / Dr. Jack Zamora 6 Non-Surgical Facelift Treatments Recommended by Plastic Surgeons December 19, 2016


With the range of current technologies and procedures available, people don’t want to, or more importantly, don’t have to, go under the knife. If your goal is to restore your youthful glow, you can use a combination of non-surgical procedures to achieve a natural looking facelift without surgery, even well into your 60′s.  (more…)

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