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Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar!!

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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:

More people died from opioid overdoses than by guns or car crashes in 2017, preliminary data showsPreliminary data released by the Centers for Disease and Control paints a grim picture of America’s opioid crisis. Even as awareness has increased across the nation and opioid makers have vowed to stop pushing the drugs to physicians as they face lawsuits, estimates updated on Aug. 15 by the CDC show that there has been a 6.6 percent increase from 2016 – a year that had the highest opioid overdoses ever recorded. As the estimate stands today, that means more people died from opioid overdoses than by guns or car crashes in one year in the U.S. To put 2017 estimates into a bleaker perspective, overdose deaths from opioid prescriptions were fives times higher in 2016 than they were in 1999.

 

Antidepressants may counter effects of brain ageing – A commonly used medication Prozac can counter some of the effects of brain ageing, such as sensory and cognitive decline, an study suggests. The research published in provides fresh evidence that the decline in the capacity of brain cells to change – called ‘plasticity’ – rather than a decline in total cell number, may underlie some of the sensory and cognitive declines associated with normal brain , Scientists at (MIT) in the US showed that they could restore a significant degree of lost plasticity to the cells by treating mice with the commonly used medication fluoxetine, also known as Prozac. “Despite common belief, loss of neurons due to cell death is quite limited during normal and unlikely to account for age-related functional impairments,” researchers said.

 

California bill seeks to restrict restaurants serving kids sugary drinks – A California bill seeking to limit restaurants to serving children water or unflavored milk with their meals passed the Assembly this week and is now making its way to Gov. Jerry Brown’s (D) desk. The bill, aimed at combating childhood obesity, would not preclude children or parents from ordering alternatives, however, according to ABC 7. If Brown signs the bill into law, California would be the first state to have such a law, CBS Sacramento affiliate KOVR reportedAccording to CBS, several California cities have already passed similar restrictions, as have other cities across the U.S. The American Cancer Society was a fervent supporter of the bill, CBS reports. “Some of these kids are drinking up to three sodas a day. This is setting them up for tremendous cancer risks down the road,” Stephanie Winn of the American Cancer Society told KOVR. “Because now we know that 20 percent of all cancers are tied to being overweight.”

 

Why banning drive-throughs could make communities healthier – Noise and litter are two big reasons communities have banned drive-through windows in restaurants, but one University of Alberta researcher hopes it also helps put the brakes on unhealthy eating. As of 2016, 27 local governments across Canada, including two in Alberta, have either fully or partially banned  drive-throughs. And though the decisions were based on esthetic concerns, U of A  researcher Candace Nykiforuk said they also open the door for promoting public health as a larger issue in urban planning. “This is a real opportunity to encourage options for healthy eating,” said Nykiforuk, a professor in the School of Public Health. She conducted a study—the first of its kind in Canada—to identify  across the country that have adopted bylaws banning fast-serve windows. “We wanted to understand what policy levers could be used across the country to help people obtain better health,” said Nykiforuk. “If we know bylaws are put into place for other reasons, we also have an opportunity to assess them from a public health perspective.”

 

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