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Diseases – Alzheimer’s disease

Cholesterol

Does low cholesterol cause cognitive impairment? Part II

Safety of lipid-lowering therapy

Exercise

#176 – AMA #27: The importance of muscle mass, strength, and cardiorespiratory fitness for longevity

“If you have the aspiration of kicking ass when you’re 85, you can’t afford to be average when you’re 50.” —Peter Attia

Cholesterol

Does low cholesterol cause cognitive impairment? Part I

Safety of lipid-lowering therapy

Mental health

Alternative perspectives on drug use and addiction

Considerations for drug use and treatment

Treatments

#166 – Patricia Corby, D.D.S.: Importance of oral health, best hygiene practices, and the relationship between poor oral health and systemic disease

“You can maintain optimal oral health just by brushing teeth, by flossing really well, and having good nutrition.” —Pat Corby

Nutritional biochemistry

Are continuous glucose monitors a waste of time for people without diabetes?

Some experts suggest CGMs are useless for nondiabetics. I disagree.

Treatments

A hope for treating Alzheimer’s disease?

The FDA approves the first new medication for AD, aducanumab, in two decades

Diseases

#164 – Amanda Smith, M.D.: Diagnosing, preventing, and treating Alzheimer’s disease, and what we can all learn from patients with dementia

“At the end of the day, it really has to do with how people see themselves, how people interact with the world, what kind of relationships they have, how able they are to let go of things that they’ve lost and how able they are to focus on the positive.”  —Amanda Smith

Treatments

#161 – AMA #23: All Things Nicotine: deep dive into its cognitive and physical benefits, risks, and mechanisms of action

“It’s so fascinating to me frankly that one molecule found in nature can be so potent. It’s hard to imagine you could engineer a drug to do this.” —Peter Attia

Understanding science

#159 – Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D.: Evolution of the anti-vaccine movement, the causes of autism, and COVID-19 vaccine state of affairs

“What started out as an anti-vaccine movement is now a movement against any kind of public health intervention and demonizing scientists and basically calling us the boogeyman.”  —Peter Hotez

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