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Preventing Opioid Dependence While Effectively Treating Pain - Frankly Speaking EP 89

Best practices in treating acute and chronic pain have been clouded by years of misinformation. Listen to this podcast episode to learn evidence-based recommendations that dispel these myths and encourage a new and better approach to pain management. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC

Best practices in treating acute and chronic pain have been clouded by years of misinformation. Listen to this podcast episode to learn evidence-based recommendations that dispel these myths and encourage a new and better approach to pain management.


Digital Media Use and ADHD Symptoms in Teenagers – Is There an Association? - Frankly Speaking EP 85

A recent longitudinal study of high school students in the LA area found a modest but significant association between high-frequency digital media use (phones, tablets) and subsequent ADHD symptoms. Join us as we discuss these findings and the possible impact on adolescent primary care. Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP-BC

A recent longitudinal study of high school students in the LA area found a modest but significant association between high-frequency digital media use (phones, tablets) and subsequent ADHD symptoms. Join us as we discuss these findings and the possible impact on adolescent primary care.


Put That Finger Down! The End of the Screening Rectal Exam - Frankly Speaking EP 73

Listen to this week’s podcast episode to learn about a meta-analysis showing no benefit to rectal examinations in men. Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP-BC

Listen to this week’s podcast episode to learn about a meta-analysis showing no benefit to rectal examinations in men.


Binge Drinking in Adolescents: A Sober Subject That Begs for Attention - Frankly Speaking EP 78

For adolescents who binge drink, when they begin and how often they do it affects academic performance. This episode discusses the findings of a longitudinal analysis of secondary school students in Canada: The COMPASS study. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC

For adolescents who binge drink, when they begin and how often they do it affects academic performance. This episode discusses the findings of a longitudinal analysis of secondary school students in Canada: The COMPASS study.


Don’t Make Me Exercise – Give Me Some Tea & a Pill! - Frankly Speaking EP 72

A recent AHA presentation offered data that showed an overwhelming amount of patients would prefer to take a pill or drink tea rather than exercise to lower their BP. This begs the questions: How much does drinking tea lower BP? Does exercise help those with primary HTN or resistant HTN who are already on medication? Finally, how do we get our patients to exercise? Guest: Robert A. Baldor, MD, FAAFP

A recent AHA presentation offered data that patients overwhelming would prefer to take a pill or drink tea, rather than exercise to lower their BP! This begs the question how much does tea drinking lower BP and does exercise help those with primary HTN or resistant HTN who are already on medication and finally, how do we get our patients to exercise!


Preventing Opioid Addiction: Treating Acute Pain Safely - Frankly Speaking EP 51

For severe, acute pain, 1000 mg of acetaminophen PLUS 400 mg of ibuprofen is as effective as acetaminophen/oxycodone, acetaminophen/hydrocodone, or acetaminophen/codeine. Listen to this week’s episode to learn more about treating acute pain safely. Guest: Alan Ehrlich, MD

For severe, acute pain, 1000 mg of acetaminophen PLUS 400 mg of ibuprofen is as effective as acetaminophen/oxycodone, acetaminophen/hydrocodone, or acetaminophen/codeine. Listen to this week’s episode to learn more about treating acute pain safely.


Mom, Do I Have to Practice the Piano Again? The Benefit of Music Instruction on Executive Function - Frankly Speaking EP 71

Listen to this week's episode to learn about a randomized trial of children in music vs. visual arts instruction. Music instruction led to improvements in verbal intelligence, executive functions, and academic performance. Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP-BC

Listen to this week's episode to learn about a randomized trial of children in music vs. visual arts instruction. Music instruction led to improvements in verbal intelligence, executive functions, and academic performance.


Your Morning “Cup of Joe” Could Be Doing More Than Starting Your Day - Frankly Speaking EP 54

This session will review the existing evidence between coffee consumption and multiple health outcomes. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC

This session will review the existing evidence between coffee consumption and multiple health outcomes.


‘Tis the Season … for Depression; Get Your Patients Moving. - Frankly Speaking EP 42

How much exercise makes a difference in the primary prevention of depression and anxiety? Find out in this podcast, which will provide insights from Norway’s HUNT cohort study that followed a healthy cohort of 33,908 individuals for 11 years. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC

How much exercise makes a difference in the primary prevention of depression and anxiety? Find out in this podcast which will provide insights from Norway’s HUNT cohort study that followed a healthy cohort of 33,908 individuals for 11 years.


Moving Fast, Moving Slow - Frankly Speaking EP 75

Fibromyalgia can be difficult to treat and often requires a multifaceted approach combining exercise, medications, cognitive behavioral therapy, and health education. For many patients, pain hinders participation in a vigorous exercise regimen. Listen to this review of a randomized trial comparing aerobic exercise to tai chi in a patient population with fibromyalgia. Guest: Alan Ehrlich, MD

Fibromyalgia can be difficult to treat and often requires a multifaceted approach combining exercise, medications, cognitive behavioral therapy, and health education. For many patients, pain hinders participation in a vigorous exercise regimen. Listen to this review of a randomized trial comparing aerobic exercise to tai chi in a patient population with fibromyalgia.


Chronic Non-Cancer Pain in Older Adults: Can We Teach Our Patients to “Unlearn” It? - Frankly Speaking EP 87

Chronic non-cancer pain in adults over 60 years is common and often causes decreased quality of life, disability, adverse pharmacologic effects, and increased healthcare costs. Listen to this podcast to learn the results of a systematic review and meta-analysis by Niknejad et al. (2018) looking at pain outcomes in this population using psychological modalities. Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC

Chronic non-cancer pain in adults over 60 years is common and often causes decreased quality of life, disability, adverse pharmacologic effects, and increased healthcare costs. Listen to this podcast to learn the results of a systematic review and meta-analysis by Niknejad et al. (2018) looking at pain outcomes in this population using psychological modalities.


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Obesity, dyslipidemia, and hypertension are significant challenges to public health and impact a growing number of Americans. Weight loss and dietary changes are effective in preventing CVD and DMII and reducing cardiometabolic complications, but can be difficult for many people. Growing evidence supports the use of timed fasting to promote weight loss and reduce these complications. Join us as we discuss a recent study that shows promising data regarding a 10-hour feeding window and improved CV markers.