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Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors!
Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:

Astronaut’s gene expression no longer same as his identical twin, NASA finds – Spending a year in space not only changes your outlook, it transforms your gene expression. Preliminary results from NASA’s Twins Study reveal that 7% of astronaut Scott Kelly’s genetic expression — how his genes function within cells — did not return to baseline after his return to Earth two years ago. The study looks at what happened to Kelly before, during and after he spent one year aboard the International Space Station through an extensive comparison with his identical twin, Mark, who remained on Earth.

The myth behind adrenal fatigue – Do you feel extremely tired, have body aches or experience sleep disturbances? A simple internet search of these symptoms might bring up a condition called adrenal fatigue. However, Baylor College of Medicine’s Dr. Ruchi Gaba warns against taking this term at face value and explains what might really be going on when you experience these symptoms. “The adrenal glands are small triangular shaped glands located on the top of the kidneys. They are responsible for producing hormones like aldosterone, cortisol, adrenaline and small amounts of sex hormones that help regulate the metabolism, blood pressure and stress response of the body,” said Gaba, assistant professor of medicine in the section of endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at Baylor.

‘Fit Sick’ – The New Term For People Who Look Healthy, But Feel Terrible – We normally assume that when people are a healthy weight and seem to live an active lifestyle, they are getting all of the health benefits that are promised from doing this. It is generally assumed that athletes feel full of energy all the time, and don’t suffer from a lot of the mood and sleep issues that exercise is generally thought to help with, too. However, some doctors are concerned that there is a new phenomenon called being ‘fit sick’, where people appear to be doing all of the right things and look healthy on the outside, but actually feel far less healthy in general. In most cases, it is the healthy diet and the exercise a person is doing that actually cause them to feel unwell. This is not to say that people do not generally feel better when they are doing these things, or that it is better not to do them, but that people who are embarking on these kinds of lifestyle changes need to do them carefully rather than over-stressing their bodies. Many people with high activity levels are actually deficient in important nutrients or have hormone imbalances due to the way their bodies have an increased demand for things their diet doesn’t provide. Equally, people who stick to very rigid diets, either for weight loss in general or because they need to support things like bodybuilding, can be lacking in vital vitamins and minerals, as well as having issues with their gut bacteria.

Journalists’ “Shots” Sometimes Miss Their Mark – Journalism is supposed to be free of political and personal agendas. However, we see news media frequently using pejoratives to label critics of industry/government policy. What purpose does this serve? It certainly doesn’t qualify as fair and unbiased reporting. Marginalizing and demeaning the critics cannot settle any issue; if anything, it’s an unethical means to enable political agendas. One of the most common recent trends is the derogatory use of the term “anti-vaccine.” Now, if I were to voice harsh criticism of Toyota’s handling of their stuck accelerator problems a few years ago, that wouldn’t make me “anti-accelerator,” “anti-car,” or even “anti-Toyota.”  Remember,  Toyota initially denied there were problems with its accelerators; their own investigation showed no evidence of stuck accelerators, they suggested the drivers were to blame—and, after years of denial and a $1.2 million fine, they finally admitted they had misled customers and issued 3 related recalls.

Question of The Day!

Hi Robert Scott Bell, my question of the day would be for you and Dr. Buttar.
My name is Beth and I’m 67 years old and am in very good general health. I contracted AML a year ago, took my rounds of chemo and maintenance and went into remission. My leukemia returned recently after only three months. I am now looking at another round of chemo to go back into remission and then have a bone marrow transplant with the corresponding dangers. What would you suggest I do or add to this regiment to help me fight this?



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