BioBalance Healthcast Blog/Videos

1 out of 2 Americans Over 65 are Considered Disabled

August 21, 2017
Preventative care is a new focus that is beginning to overtake modern American medicine. American health care has historically been focused on repairing your health after you have broken down. Doctors have been trained to recognize symptoms and to treat[...]
READ MORE »

Hysterectomy – Three Questions You Should Ask

August 14, 2017
Topics to consider and understand when planning your Hysterectomy. In our last Healthcast we discussed hysterectomies. We learned there are several types of hysterectomies, we discussed what the procedures are like, and why a woman should discuss them with their[...]
READ MORE »

Hysterectomy: How to Choose the Best Procedure for You

August 6, 2017
You have choices and options when deciding to have your Hysterectomy. Dr. Maupin spent almost thirty years as a Gynecologist, and performed many hysterectomies. This week she is going to explain the three-different hysterectomy types a woman can have. How[...]
READ MORE »

The Ten Truths About Exercise Programs for People Over 35

August 1, 2017
Is Your Exercise Approach Optimized For Your Age? In this healthcast Dr. Maupin identifies and explains ten plus generally held beliefs about exercising that seem to cause those of us over 35 to be disappointed in our results. She explains[...]
READ MORE »

The Ten Myths of Exercise Programs for People over 35

July 24, 2017
Over 35 And Disappointed With Your Exercise Results, Dr. Maupin Explains Why. In this healthcast Dr. Maupin identifies and explains ten generally held beliefs about exercising that seem to cause those of us over 35 to be disappointed in our[...]
READ MORE »

Hot Flashes and Night Sweats Are Not Always Hormonal

July 17, 2017
Discussing the non hormonal reasons men or women might experience hot flashes and night sweats. It is a part of conventional wisdom and common medical knowledge that hot flashes are caused by hormonal changes.  While it is true that hormonal[...]
READ MORE »

Statins: Should You Use Them?

July 10, 2017
Can Taking Statins Prevent a Heart Attack? When Statin drugs were first prescribed, they were prescribed for those people who had already had a first heart attack in the hopes of preventing a second event. The thinking was that Statin[...]
READ MORE »

A Case Study Of Hypothyroidism – Part 2 of 2

July 5, 2017
Doctors Cannot Rely on Lab Data Alone When Treating Hypothyroidism. This week Brett Newcomb and Dr. Maupin present a continuation of a  case study on Hypothyroidism. This individual is a composite of a couple of clients who contacted Dr. Maupin[...]
READ MORE »

A Case Study Of Hypothyroidism – Part 1 of 2

June 25, 2017
Dr Maupin's Approach to Diagnosing and Effectively Treating Hypothyroidism This week Brett Newcomb and Dr. Maupin present a case study on Hypothyroidism. This individual is a composite of a couple of clients who contacted Dr. Maupin over the internet. They[...]
READ MORE »

Managing Raynaud’s Disease With Testosterone

June 18, 2017
Successfully treating women who have autoimmune diseases with testosterone pellets can improve their Raynaud’s disease. Raynaud’s Disease (RD) or Syndrome is one of the diseases I learned about in medical school (40 years ago). As medical students typically do, we[...]
READ MORE »