Everyone knows that exercise is important for general health. However, most of us are strapped for time. The goal of this presentation is to present current evidence for the health benefits of high intensity exercise training. Practical tips and updated resources will be covered, including ideas to assist you and your patients on integrating exercise into daily life.
This program aims to provider the primary care physician community- and patient-based strategies to prevent and manage pediatric obesity.
The talk will focus on tobacco cessation as a priority for health care providers. It will review five basic ways to get tobacco users to quit, including tobacco cessation treatment. The speaker will discuss the principles of tobacco cessation, and a streamlined approach that emphasizes the use of telephone-based tobacco cessation counseling known as "quitlines." It touches on other resources for cessation. Learners will receive an overview of the major types of pharmacotherapy and how to prescribe them for patients. However, providers will be reminded that pharmacotherapy is not recommended for certain special populations. The speaker will also touch on other forms of tobacco products that providers should be aware of, including electronic nicotine delivery devices (e-cigarettes or vaping products) and hookah.
We tend to think of advances in medicine as a new drug, laser, or surgical procedure, something high-tech and expensive. This presentation will discuss the power of comprehensive lifestyle changes, reviewing more than 30 years of research using high-tech, state-of-the-art measures to prove the power of low-tech, low-cost, and often ancient interventions. Also, the lecture will describe proven strategies for motivating people to make and maintain comprehensive lifestyle changes as well as how to personalize a way of eating and living based on an individual’s needs, genes, and preferences. Finally, the presentation will describe many of the health policy implications of comprehensive lifestyle changes as both medically effective and cost effective.
Edward Philips, founder and director of the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine at Harvard Medical School reviews the basics of resistance training, including the effects of resistance training on muscle mass and metabolism, trends in resistance training in 2015, and recommendations for the frequency, intensity, duration and types of resistance training that are most beneficial for patients.
Scientific studies have shown how we can incorporate simple habits to improve our health and live longer. Dr. Chopra will review this body of evidence in an engaging and interactive way. Do we have a set point for happiness? Can we increase it? He will discuss the research on happiness and show his reflections on how living with purpose is the foundation for sustained happiness and joy.
Over 40% of men over the age of 50 will suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) or hypogonadism and these conditions often co-exist in many men. Clinicians should be aware of the new 2018 American Urologic Association (AUA) ED guidelines and how the paradigm of ED treatments has now changed. In addition, over the past 5 years there have been numerous controversies with the diagnosis and management of hypogonadism. Clinicians should be aware of these controversies and should be familiar with the new 2018 AUA and Endocrine guideline on testosterone therapy.
Join this talk for an enlightening look at health system waste and failures. Dr. Nash will provide an essential road map connecting high-value care to population health. With this model, participants will be equipped to evaluate and improve the future of patient engagement.
This episode will discuss a Case Control study of seniors to determine if there is a relationship between regular alcohol consumption and nocturnal leg cramps.