BioBalance Healthcast Blog/Videos

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[...]
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Body Composition – The InBody Machine – Part II of II

June 12, 2017
The scale alone is not the best way to measure your weight loss progress. This week’s healthcast is a continuation of a discussion we began in our last Healthcast. We are discussing the knowledge and information we can obtain by[...]
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Body Composition – The InBody Machine – Part I of II

June 5, 2017
Body composition is a measurement that is reflective of your health and exercise status. This week we are going to be discussing some of the amazing new technologies that allow us to know more precisely and specifically what is going[...]
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Case Study – Conceptualizing Doctor-Patient Relationships

May 28, 2017
Discussion of why Doctor-Patient relationships are sometimes fraught with misunderstandings and irritations. Doctor-Patient relationships are fraught with misunderstandings and irritation. This problem occurs all the time and causes patients to have expectations that are not realistic, and sometimes to accept[...]
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What to do When Your Doctors Disagree

May 22, 2017
What to do when your family doctor has not helped you with your symptoms of menopause or low testosterone? What should you do when you go to your family doctor who has not helped you with your symptoms of menopause[...]
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Birth Control Can Protect Women From Certain Cancers For Decades

May 16, 2017
New research shows taking oral birth control pills may reduce the risk of some cancers. A longitudinal study of forty years duration has just been released from the University of Aberdeen has provided us with the longest ongoing cohort study[...]
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Neuroimaging and the news it brings for the treatment of depression

May 7, 2017
There are many different ways to treat depression including talk therapy and antidepressant drugs. Depression, especially what is called clinical depression is one of the most difficult illnesses to have. Many people who are clinically depressed find that their support[...]
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The Cash Only Practice of Medicine

May 1, 2017
Some doctors are attempting to find ways to make a living and provide appropriate healthcare to their patients Doctors, while making up an important segment of the healthcare system in the United States, are not mass produced widgets. They are[...]
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Why Some Doctors Only Take Cash

April 24, 2017
How do we as a country provide affordable healthcare for those in need? This week we discuss the topic of healthcare reform.  If one presumes that the goal of the healthcare system in the United States is, or ought to[...]
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Brain Drain – New Research Shows How Your Brain Stays Healthy

April 15, 2017
How toxic protein waste is removed from your brain every day, and how regular sleep helps this process. An article in Scientific American, from March of 2016 provides amazing new research about how the brain works to keep itself healthy[...]
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