Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension therapy with anticoagulants is outdated (4)

– Anticoagulants are widely used in clinical practice in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. Dr. Anton Titov MD But blood thinners, as they are also known, have a lot of significant side effects. And the major side effect is the risk of bleeding, including intracranial bleeding, gastrointestinal bleeding. How to balance risks and benefits of anticoagulants when they are used […]

Q & A: Weight Loss: Stevia & Erythritol

Peggy Johnson: What about stevia and erythritol? Because that’s how I eat any sweets. I eat them every day. Okay, so that’s a great question and let me just take a few minutes and talk about the non-nutritive sweeteners story back thirty years ago. About the only thing that was available was saccharin. There was a huge scare about saccharin […]

Diet Doctor Podcast #27 — David Diamond, PhD

#1Welcome back to the Diet Doctor podcast with Dr. Bret Scher. Today I’m joined by Dr. David Diamond. Now, Dr. Diamond has a PhD in biology and he is a professor at the department of psychology at the University of South Florida. Now, interestingly, his work is in cognitive and neuroscience and he’s done this for decades. But because of […]

Congenital Heart Disease – Leaders of the new review talk about the proposed standards

Tony Salmon – Chair of the review’s Paediatric Standards Group: The Paediatric Standards Group represented every centre in England and Wales. The group included doctors, nurses, psychologists and parent groups. Sir Bruce Keogh gave us a mandate asking us to make no compromises and to try and create an ideal set of standards. We took the adult congenital heart disease […]