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Tune in for practical health advice from Cleveland Clinic experts. What's really the healthiest diet for you? How can you safely recover after a heart attack? Can you boost your immune system?Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit, multispecialty academic medical center and is ranked as one of the nation’s top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Our experts offer trusted advice on health, wellness and nutrition for the whole family.Our podcasts are for informational purposes only and should not ...
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Aromatherapy has been used to relieve stress and anxiety for thousands of years -- but can a sniff of something really make a difference in how you feel? Dr. Melissa Young, a functional medicine specialist, explains how the treatment works its magic.Cleveland Clinic
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Dietary choices you make day after day set the tone for how efficiently your gastrointestinal system operates. Explore the connection between food and gut health with Dr. Christine Lee and registered dietitian Julia Zumpano in the first Nutrition Essentials podcastCleveland Clinic
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Walking pads allow you to get in thousands of slow-moving steps while at your work desk. But here’s the question: Can these simple treadmills make a health and fitness difference? Exercise physiologist Chris Dempers has your answer.Cleveland Clinic
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There’s a long-held belief that birth order – whether a child is the oldest, youngest or somewhere in the middle -- sets the stage for kids to develop certain traits. Let’s take a closer look at the theories with pediatric psychologist Kate Eshleman.Cleveland Clinic
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Powdered greens keep increasing in popularity, but is there any nutritional value left in veggies once they’ve been dried and pulverized? Registered dietitian Julia Zumpano has your answer in this podcast.Cleveland Clinic
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Complex medications known as biologics have transformed psoriasis care over the past two decades. Learn more about how and when this emerging treatment is used to manage the skin condition in this podcast with dermatologist Anthony Fernandez.Cleveland Clinic
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Science can make you feel better. That’s the idea behind biohacking, a DIY approach to self-care that uses everything from lifestyle changes to high-tech tools to improve your health. Explore the movement in this podcast with functional medicine specialist Melissa Young.Cleveland Clinic
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Stressful times can leave your skin feeling dry, red and itchy. In this podcast, learn the connection between stress and eczema plus the steps you can take to undo it. Dermatologist Gowri Kabbur explains.Cleveland Clinic
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Misunderstanding and misinformation often define how we think of autism spectrum disorder. Listen in as we separate fact from fiction with the help of Dr. Carrie Cuffman, a pediatric specialist in developmental behavior.Cleveland Clinic
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Your bones may be stronger than steel, but they need your help to stay sturdy. What you eat affects your long-term bone health and can prevent or limit osteoporosis. Listen in as registered dietitian Julia Zumpano shares what food will make your inner skeleton smile.Cleveland Clinic
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Keeping a dream journal can help you understand what your subconscious is trying to tell you while you sleep. It may even reveal deep secrets about yourself over time. Curious? Then let’s take a closer look at dreams with psychologist and sleeping medicine specialist Alaina Tiani.Cleveland Clinic
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Want to run healthier, longer and faster? The secret may to be embrace slow running. Evidence suggests that slowing down while training can bring huge benefits. Learn more in this podcast with sports cardiologist and marathon runner Tamanna Singh.Cleveland Clinic
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Treatment for breast cancer can be followed by fatigue, sleepless nights, brain fog and other quality-of-life issues. Coping with these matters can be a critical part of the healing process. In this podcast, oncologist Tiffany Onger offers tips to get you through that difficult time.Cleveland Clinic
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Nearly 1 in 5 teens engage in some form of self-harm, whether it’s cutting, scratching, burning or another kind of physical hurt. It’s behavior that can be shocking and scary. Listen in as adolescent psychiatrist Zeyd Khan explains what may trigger self-harm and what you can do to helpCleveland Clinic
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The next time you sit down for a meal, think about the food on your plate: What’s there will go a long way toward determining how well your cardiovascular system functions. Let’s take a closer look at the relationship between diet and heart health in this podcast with cardiologist Leslie Cho and registered dietitian Julia Zumpano.…
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Aging makes its mark on everyone at some point. Consider facelifts an eraser. The popular cosmetic procedure can smooth out wrinkles and tighten sagging skin. Learn more about this surgery and what it can (and can’t) do for you in this podcast with Dr. James Zins.Cleveland Clinic
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Your kids just got home from school -- and THEY ARE HUNGRY. Waiting for dinner is not an option. They need to eat NOW. So what can you drag out for a healthy snack that won’t ruin their appetite for later? Pediatric nutritionist Hanna Leikin shares some ideas in this podcast.Cleveland Clinic
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One in 20 people experience a nightmare at least once a week – a statistic that is more than a bit terrifying. So why do bad dreams lurk in our subconscious? Listen in as Dr. Alaina Tiana scares up an explanation and offers tip to find a more peaceful dreamland.Cleveland Clinic
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Research shows that Generation Z is drinking far less alcohol than previous generations. So what’s behind this trend – and does that mean alcohol and drug use worries are disappearing? Let’s break the topic down in this podcast with addiction psychiatrist Akhil Anand.Cleveland Clinic
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Exercise routines often focus on building muscle so you can get bigger, faster and stronger. But there’s something else far less sexy in the workout world that deserves your time and attention. Listen in as exercise physiologist Katie Lawton explains the importance of flexibility.Cleveland Clinic
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Does your kid get extremely nervous before a big test? If so, they’re not alone: Test anxiety is at an all-time high among students. Try some of these tips from pediatric psychologist Ethan Benore to help children relax and perform their best on test day.Cleveland Clinic
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Millions of people a year turn to Botox injections to erase wrinkles and signs of aging on their faces. But how exactly does this time machine procedure work? And do the results last? Get your answers in this chat with Dr. James Zins, emeritus chair and section head of cosmetic surgery at Cleveland Clinic.…
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You can be a workout warrior while wearing XXL clothes – but does your fitness level cancel out the negative effects that can come with excess fat mass? Let’s take a closer look at the complicated question with Dr. Leslie Cho.Cleveland Clinic
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If you have eczema, odds are you’ll try anything to calm it down. So what home remedies can get the job done and which should you avoid? Find out in this podcast with Dr. Gowri Kabbur, a dermatologist with the DIY tips you need to tame eczema.Cleveland Clinic
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Want to get fit but don’t have much free time? Then the 7-Minute Workout is for you! Those few ticktocks are all it takes for a strength and cardio session that works your entire body. Get your heart rate up in this podcast with exercise physiologist Katie Lawton.Cleveland Clinic
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Having obesity at a young age puts kids more at risk of developing chronic, life-altering medical conditions later in life. Let’s chart a healthier path forward for our youngest generation with the help of Dr. Lina Alkhaled, a specialist on pediatric obesity.Cleveland Clinic
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Your brain works 24/7 to keep your body function. When you drink alcohol, your brain essentially starts working under influence. Learn about the short-term and long-term impact of alcohol on your brain in this podcast with Dr. Akhil Anand.Cleveland Clinic
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Worries and anxiety keep growing in today’s fast-paced world. Grounding techniques can help you find the calm you need to be at your best. Learn how to self-soothe your body, mind and soul in this podcast with functional medicine specialist Melissa Young.Cleveland Clinic
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When and how often you eat during the day can affect your daily energy levels and weight. So what time is best for breakfast, lunch and dinner? And do you need all three meals? Get your answers in this podcast with registered dietitian Julia Zumpano.
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A few well-placed taps on your body may be all it takes to reduce stress and pain. Sounds unbelievable, right? Well, there’s science behind EFT tapping. Give the technique a try with the help of Dr. Melissa Young, a functional medicine specialist.Cleveland Clinic
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What’s the #1 reason kids miss school? The answer is headaches. Four out of five children experience headaches, many to the point of not being able to function. Pediatric psychologist Ethan Benore has some suggestions to give them relief.Cleveland Clinic
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There’s little to no nutritional value in alcoholic beverages. (Shocking, right?) But get this: There are drink choices that are better than others when it comes to calories, sugar content and how you feel the next day. Pull up a barstool as registered dietitian Julia Zumpano breaks it down.Cleveland Clinic
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Muscles grow stronger when you work them out. The same concept is true for your brain. Get the mental exercise you need by listening to this podcast on neuroplasticity with psychologist Grace Tworek.Cleveland Clinic
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Kids eat odd things, including crayons. So, is that nibbling at the art table cause for serious concern? Listen in as pediatrician Lisa Diard explains whether crayons qualify as toxic trouble for your little one.Cleveland Clinic
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More than 300 million people around the world have asthma, a potentially life-threatening lung disease. Is there any chance the condition can be outgrown or overcome? Pulmonologist Neha Solanki answers those questions and more in this podcast.Cleveland Clinic
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Odds are you’ve heard of electrolytes and know they’re important. But do you know what they really do? And that you can get them from sources other than sports drinks? Get those answers and more in this podcast chat with registered dietitian Julia Zumpano.Cleveland Clinic
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Can ice cream be considered healthy if it’s low-sugar, high-protein or dairy free? That’s what we asked registered dietitian Julia Zumpano during this podcast. Get the scoop on what’s better or worse in the frozen treat section.Cleveland Clinic
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"Subtle" isn’t a word most people think of when it comes to heart attack symptoms – but it can be an apt description at times. Learn the difference between a "Hollywood" heart attack and reality in this podcast with cardiologist Leslie Cho.Cleveland Clinic
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One out of eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point during their life. There are things you can do, however, to lower your risk. Learn how to protect your health and improve your odds in this podcast with Dr. Tiffany Onger.Cleveland Clinic
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Being intelligent is a plus in life – but being emotionally intelligent may be more important when it comes to finding happiness and success. Learn how to develop your "EQ" with these tips from psychologist Grace Tworek.Cleveland Clinic
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Does your jaw ache? If so, you’re not alone. Millions of people deal with TMJ discomfort every day. Ending that hurt may be easier than you think, though. Listen in as Dr. Karyn Kahn shares some self-treatment tips to make the pain go away.Cleveland Clinic
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High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, sounds pretty intimidating – especially if you’re not a workout warrior. But HIIT workouts can be a benefit for EVERYONE if done right. Get your workout plan set in this podcast with exercise physiologist Katie Lawton.Cleveland Clinic
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Kids love playgrounds. But as fun as swings, slides and climbing walls may be, they’re also the source of booboos. On average, playground injuries send a child to an ER every 2.5 minutes. In this podcast, pediatrician Lisa Diard offers first-aid tips for 12 common injuries when children play a bit too hard.…
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It seems that “exercise snacks” can be a good way to improve your health. Research shows that short bursts of activity done during the normal course of your day can help you build fitness – with no sweating required. Listen in as exercise physiologist Katie Lawton explains.Cleveland Clinic
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Are you tired most days? If so, join the club. An estimated 1 in 3 people don’t get the sleep they need on a regular basis. The reason why may involve bedtime habits. Listen in as sleep medicine specialist Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer offers tips to catch ZZZs.Cleveland Clinic
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“Gut health” is a hot topic these days – and for good reason. What’s happening in your belly has far-reaching implications for your overall health. Learn how to keep your gut and its microbiome running smoothly in this podcast with Dr. Christine Lee, a gastroenterologist.Cleveland Clinic
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Children don’t always poop when they should, which explains why 1 in 5 toddlers are typically dealing with constipation. In this podcast, Dr. Ben Freiberg explains the warning signs of constipation and what you can do to get things moving again.Cleveland Clinic
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There’s no question that dogs and cats crawl into our hearts. But should these beloved pets also be allowed to crawl into your bed to sleep? “The setup has pros and cons”, says sleep medicine specialist Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer. Listen in to learn more.Cleveland Clinic
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There are undeniable benefits in consuming cow’s milk and dairy products – but there are also studies questioning whether those positives outweigh the negatives. So, what’s the truth? Explore the issue with registered dietitian Julia Zumpano in this podcast.Cleveland Clinic
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