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E-Cigarettes were 1st introduced to the US market in 2007, essentially to help smokers stop smoking tobacco-based cigarettes. There is some evidence it might have been beneficial for some adults to quit smoking. However their use has increased significantly specifically in US teens. Join us as we discuss the potential public health concerns regarding vaping and US teens.


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This episode focuses on older adults and caregivers/partners in relation to their intimacy and sexuality for patients experiencing changes in cognition.


The AHA published their recent review on the role of fat in diet and concluded that saturated fat is a likely cause of CV adverse outcomes. Their decisions seem in contrast the best evidence available; this session will review the AHA position and maybe reach a different conclusion


In this episode, colleagues discuss the challenges of today’s pain management with opioids in the context of the Martins et al survey study.


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Join us as we discuss deprescribing; the provider-supervised process of discontinuing inappropriate medication(s). We will review minimizing risk, improving quality of life and maximizing patient-centered care.


This podcast episode considers recent data that sheds light on how diet soda and artificial sweeteners might influence CNS outcomes, especially the risk for ischemic stroke.


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Polypharmacy results in medication overload for many patients with chronic diseases; it is especially prevalent in the elderly. A recent report from the Lown Institute refers to this as ‘An Epidemic of Too Much Medication.’ We will review the data behind this claim and discuss how clinicians can work to minimize such problems.


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Sexting is increasing among U.S. youth. As cellular technology evolves, so does the behavior. There is some evidence that can help inform teens and their parents of risk, which includes increased risk of high-risk sexual behavior and non-consensual sharing of personal digital data. This episode provides clinicians important evidence on teens and sexting to inform their care of teens and their families.


This podcast episode reviews the results of a meta analysis that found no negative relationship between whole milk consumption and cardiovascular disease or with mortality.


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Many adults report having food allergies. However, many of those who have a food allergy have not been diagnosed by a physician and many who report having a food allergy may not have one at all. Join us for a discussion and recent review of data about the prevalence of food allergies in adults, and how to assess and manage food allergies.


Teaching patients lifestyle management strategies to improve health is no easy task. First steps involve increasing provider knowledge of the impact foods have on health. This episode discusses the latest evidence on different types of meat intake and meat associated compounds on health.


Kids love fruit juice. But how much is OK? What are the facts on fruit juice consumption in kids and what should you advise the families you care for? In this episode, we will discuss the latest recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics and how they may impact your practice.