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  • Biomedical imaging for brain diseases

    What is Biomedical imaging? How effective is Biomedical imaging in diagnosing brain diseases? Are there any risks involved with Biomedical imaging? How do you think that Biomedical imaging will progress over the next decade? These questions answered by: Ayden Jacob received his AA and BS in biology, neuroscience and philosophy and completed neuroimaging fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania

  • A new way to look at symptoms and disease

    Why are the statistics of chronic health problems so high? There are more medical treatments today than ever before in history, so why are a large number of people suffering from medically unexplained symptoms and syndromes? Do physicians not look at symptoms in the right way and if not, how should diseases be identified? How does awareness of spirituality shed light on before misunderstood symptoms? These questions answered by: Kyle Davies is a chartered psychologist, therapist, coach, business consultant, speaker and author. He has spent the last 10 years specialising in treating sufferers of chronic health conditions. His unique methods integrate new science, quantum theory, metaphysics, vibrational and energetic healing. He has developed an online metaphysical health and wellbeing programme called The Energy Flow-State Programme.

  • Heart disease in women

    What is the most common cause of heart disease in women? Why is heart disease thought of as a man's disease? What steps can a women take to prevent heart disease? How does heart disease cause disability in women? These questions answered by: Dr. Afshine Emrani, MD, is a Los Angeles Heart Specialists who has been well recognized amongst his peers as a leading clinical cardiologist who specializes in the field of prevention. He is an expert in cardiovascular diseases, Coronary Artery disease, congestive heart failure, cholesterol, heart disease in women and stress testing.

  • Coronary Artery disease

    What are the symptoms of coronary heart disease? What is the prognosis for someone with coronary heart disease? How dangerous can coronary heart disease be if left untreated? Are some people more at risk of coronary heart disease than others? These questions answered by: Dr. Afshine Emrani, MD, is a Los Angeles Heart Specialists who has been well recognized amongst his peers as a leading clinical cardiologist who specializes in the field of prevention. He is an expert in cardiovascular diseases, Coronary Artery disease, congestive heart failure, cholesterol, heart disease in women and stress testing.

  • Infectious disease ecology

    What is the importance of pathogens and parasites in the evolution and ecology of natural systems? How do these diseases completely transform the ecosystems that feed and provide for us? What does effective control and understanding of diseases require? What are the most commonly adopted strategies to reduce pathogen transmission or to eradicate pathogens from populations altogether? These questions answered by: Dr. Dickson Despommier spent thirty eight years as a professor of microbiology and public health in environmental health sciences at Columbia. His work on vertical farms has been featured on such top national media as BBC, French National television, CNN, The Colbert Report, and The Tonight Show, as well as in full-length articles in The New York Times, Time Magazine, Scientific American, and The Washington Post

  • complementary medicineand auto-immune disease

    How can I use complementary medicine to help auto-immune disease or chronic inflammation? all of these questions will answer Jayney Goddard, President of the Complementary Medical Association

  • Lifestyle to prevent/reduce risk for Alzheimer's disease

    Americans are working harder than ever and more hours now that technology is so accessible. In your professional opinion, might this cause a rise in the number of people afflicted with this disease?, What are critical brain foods for prevention of Alzheimer's?, Can you comment on Alzheimer’s prevention trials?, What is the connection between AD and diabetes?, Even with a healthy lifestyle, the AD gene is hereditary. What course(s) of action can be taken early on if there is a known hereditary connection to AD?, How does physical exercise help with AD prevention? These questions will be answered by Dr. Paul Bendheim- Clinical Professor of Neurology, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson. He is the Author of “The Brain Training Revolution: A Proven Workout For Healthy Brain Aging”. He is also the Founder, Chairman & Chief Medical Officer,BrainSavers, LLC

  • Personalised nutrition in preventing disease

    What are functional foods and do they differ for each person? Will functional foods also affect the risk factors of developing an illness? Will a diet of functional foods eliminate obesity and the need for exercise? Do you think that in the future, in order to maintain optimal health, individuals will only consume functional foods? These questions answered by: Mariëtte Abrahams MBA RD, a leading expert Dietician/Nutritionist, entrepreneur, and business consultant providing technical expertise and strategic business advice to the Spa, Food, and (Bio)Technology industry.

  • Diagnosed with illness or disease

    How vital is it to take an active role in your own health care? What are the advantages of doing your own research? Its hard to process a lot of information at once, what can help? Should a person always seek a second opinion? These questions answered by: Corine Mogenis is a Medical Malpractice Paralegal currently working for Martin Kane & Kuper Esqs. East Brunswick, NJ. She is the Co-Author of the Award Winning Book, "Medical Tips From the Inside...Things You Need To Know. as well as the Co-Host of Cable TV Show, "Medical Tips You Need to Know!," Expert Consultant on Nurse Talk Radio and Health Blogger for South Brunswick Patch.

  • Health

    How can you define health, beyond the absence of disease? How can people practice health and not disease and what kind of effect can this have on them? In what way have external parties caused an increasingly adversarial relationship between doctors and patients. Who are these external parties? These questions answered by: Dr. Natasha Deonarain - Physician, Author and Founder of The Health Conscious Movement

  • Conventional Medicine Model

    In a conventional medicine model, what is the meaning of diseased focused thinking? What negative impact does diseased focused thinking have on a patient’s health? What are the motives of healthcare stakeholders? In what way do they differ from those of the patient? These questions answered by: Dr. Natasha Deonarain - Physician, Author and Founder of The Health Conscious Movement

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr Oliparambil Ashokkumar answers these questions: What is sickle cell disease and who does it affect? How is this condition diagnosed and treated? is stem cell transplant the only curative treatment? What Is the Outlook for People With Sickle Cell Disease? How can patients, with sickle cell disease, best manage their life with this condition?

  • The Aim High Study

    What is the aim high study? Why was the aim high study so important? Would you prescribe niacin to patients with known coronary artery disease? What role does niacin have on patients with acute coronary syndrome? These questions answered by: Dr. Robert Giugliano is currently an Associate Physician in the Cardiovascular Division at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

  • Risk assessment of UA/NSTEMI

    Why is diagnosis of coronary artery disease in women more difficult? What is the relationship between gender and cardiac biomarkers in patients with unstable angina (UA)/non–ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI)? How would a multimarker approach aid in the initial risk assessment of UA/NSTEMI? When would a conservative strategy be more effective than an invasive strategy? These questions answered by: Dr. Robert Giugliano is currently an Associate Physician in the Cardiovascular Division at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

  • Men with Breast Cancer

    Why is breast cancer thought of as a woman's disease? What are the symptoms of breast cancer in men? Are some men more at risk of developing breast cancer than others? What is the treatment for breast cancer in men? These questions answered by: Dr Diane Radford is a breast surgeon, devoted to providing the best possible care to her patients. Her Scientific background is a foundation for an evidence-based, yet compassionate approach.

  • Atherosclerosis

    What is atherosclerosis? Who is most susceptible to this condition? Are there any symptoms for this chronic disease? How can it be diagnosed? What is the method for treating atherosclerosis and can it be prevented? These questions will be answered by Dr. Karl Nadolsky - Board Certified Internist and Bariatrician who promotes a “Leaner Living” lifestyle.

  • Dance Therapy

    How does dance therapy work? What is the ultimate purpose of dance therapy? What are the four main stages of dance therapy sessions? Can dance therapy cure diseases? These questions answered by: Dr. Ilene Serlin is a clinical psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist. She is the founder and Director of Union Street Health Associates and the Arts Medicine Program at California Pacific Medical Center

  • Diabetics

    Why is diabetes one of the few diseases where medical care takes a backseat to self-care? What do you tell your patients who are having a difficult time following the lifestyle recommendations? Starting insulin is often traumatic for patients. How do you handle that? These questions answered by: Nora Saul is a certified diabetes educator and licensed dietician at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston, Massachusetts. She has worked in the field of dietetics for approximately 20 years. In addition, she serves as a case manager in blood glucose management for participants in Joslin's DO IT (Diabetes Outpatient Intensive Treatment) Program.

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

    Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Dr Bob Chatterjee answers these questions: What is degenerative disc disease? What causes degenerative disc disease and who is at risk? How is degenerative disc disease diagnosed? How is it treated what options are available? Can degenerative disc disease be prevented?

  • Thrombolytic therapy of DVT

    What is deep vein thrombosis? What is the standard therapy for DVT? How is thrombolytic therapy effective in treating DVT? Is Catheter-directed thrombolytic therapy (CDT) more effective in treating DVT than Heparin alone? These questions answered by: Dr Michael Verta Jr MD is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. His primary interests are in the minimally-invasive repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms as well as the minimally-invasive reconstruction of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease.

  • Lower Extremity Occlusive Disease

    What causes atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries? How common is Extremity Arterial Occlusive Disease? How is Lower Extremity Arterial Occlusive Disease diagnosed and treated? These questions answered by: Dr Michael Verta Jr MD is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. His primary interests are in the minimally-invasive repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms as well as the minimally-invasive reconstruction of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease.

  • Critical Limb Ischemia

    What physical findings and objective hemodynamic parameters can be used to substantiate a diagnosis of chronic critical limb ischemia? How is Ischemic rest pain typically described? How has the introduction and evolution of endovascular procedures significantly increased treatment options for critical limb ischemia? For which patients would either surgical or endovascular revascularization not be appropriate? These questions answered by: Dr Michael Verta Jr MD is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. His primary interests are in the minimally-invasive repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms as well as the minimally-invasive reconstruction of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease.

  • Carotid Artery Disease

    What are the Carotid Arteries? How does Carotid Artery Disease happen? What is a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)? What medical procedures treat Carotid Artery Disease? These questions answered by: Dr Michael Verta Jr MD is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. His primary interests are in the minimally-invasive repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms as well as the minimally-invasive reconstruction of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease.

  • Abdominal and chest aneurysms

    What is an abdominal aortic aneurysm? What are the predisposing factors for abdominal aneurysms? How is an abdominal aneurysm detected? When would endovascular repair be used over open surgical repair to treat abdominal aneurysms? These questions answered by: Dr Michael Verta Jr MD is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. His primary interests are in the minimally-invasive repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms as well as the minimally-invasive reconstruction of lower extremity arterial occlusive disease.

מומחים

  • לא הוזן Kathleen Ruddy

  • Jo Tocher

  • James Bogash

  • Frederick Kushner

  • Saad Al khalaf

  • Dickson Despommier

  • Diane Radford

  • ד`ר אוה ניב

    גסטרואנטרולוגית בכירה במכון גסטרו ויחידה לתזונה בבית חולים איכילוב. מרצה באוניברסיטת תל-אביב.פרסומים רבים בספרות רפואית.

  • ד`ר אמיר שינברג

    מומחה לרפואת ילדים, למחלות ריאה בילדים ורופא שינה. מנהל יחידת השינה בילדים במכון לרפואת שינה בבי`ח שיבא תל השומר

  • Jo Tocher

  • Gregory Pokrywka md facp fnla ncmp

קטגוריות

  • Liver disease

  • Liver disease

  • Infectious Diseases