BioBalance Healthcast Blog/Videos

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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Case Study of a Menopausal Female Patient

April 10, 2017
Dr. Maupin discuses her treatment approach for a female menopausal patient. The patient is a 60 year old Caucasian female. She reports that she is having difficulty staying focused and multitasking. She is menopausal but still has her ovaries and[...]
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Male Case Study – Continuation of Episode 333

April 3, 2017
Dr. Maupin and Brett explain the lab test required at BioBalance Health to become a hormone replacement patient. In this second Healthcast we review the fifteen lab tests that are standard for Dr. Maupin to obtain prior to treatment. She[...]
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Male Case Study for Doctors and the General Public

March 27, 2017
Dr. Maupin's discusses her approach to Bio-identical hormone pellet therapy at BioBalance Health. Dr. Maupin and Brett Newcomb are taking the opportunity in this Healthcast to explain the diagnostic and troubleshooting steps that Dr. Maupin uses to evaluate patients to see[...]
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Good News from the National Institute of Health about Testosterone Replacement

March 20, 2017
The benefits of testosterone replacement have been validated by the National Institute of Health. Like the Greek legend of Sisyphus, Dr. Maupin and I have been pushing the rock of Hormone Replacement up the hill of FDA resistance and the[...]
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Addiction to Drugs is a Method of Self Treatment for Missing Neurotransmitters

March 13, 2017
Drug addiction is a progressive and often fatal behavioral syndrome characterized by compulsive drug seeking and consumption despite serious negative consequences. “The defining feature of addiction is the compulsive, out of control drug use, despite negative consequences.” “Addictive drugs induce[...]
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Discussion of the Role of Doulas in the Childbirth Process

March 6, 2017
What is a Doula? Discussing the boundaries between Doulas and doctors during pregnancy and childbirth. Doulas - non-medical birth support The definition and job description of a doula is: a non-medical person who assists a woman before during and after[...]
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Discussion of Workouts and Weight Loss from Scientific American Magazine

March 1, 2017
An article in Scientific American magazine challenges how we look at exercise, diet, and weight loss. Today we will discuss the truth about the relationship between exercise, diet and weight loss. This discussion is based on an article in Scientific[...]
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Botox – Off Label use of Drugs by Physicians and the FDA

February 19, 2017
Botox, Like Testosterone is a truly amazing drug that is mostly used off label to cure problems that don't have a medical solution. “The off-label use of Botox, like that of any FDA approved drug, is legal in the United[...]
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