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Faith and Your Health

Having faith increases quality of life and longevity by 2-3 years in some studies. Studies on intercessory prayer also suggest benefit, but others show the opposite. Whatever the case may be, it also makes sense that we take as much responsibility for our own health as we can. Imagery has a profound effect on our biochemistry and physiology.
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False Positive CT Scans for Lung Cancer

CT scans pick up all kinds of lumps very well. The sensitivity is excellent but specificity is poor. This leads to unnecessary surgeries. Many small cancers may disappear on their own. Parallels to breast cancer are made.
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False Positive MRIs and Breast Cancer

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Falsifying a Resume, Is it Common Among Research Physicians?

There is big money and prestige in medical research and examples are cited. About 1.5% of researchers anonymously admitted falsifying data. The clinical consequences are serious.
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Family Meals

Life in the fast track has even influenced eating together for dinner. Kids that eat dinner with their families are less likely to take up bad habits and they eat better food. Training kids when they are young is important.
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Fast Tracking Big Pharma's Drugs

Certain drugs should be made available as soon as possible. However, generally this approach leads to a conflict of interest between the FDA and Big Pharma that brings drugs to market much easier.
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Fastrack Archive July 2011

  Prescriptions for Health "Fastrack" on Demand,  July 2011    
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Fastrack Archives April 2011

  April 1, 2011 Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki said goodbye to KEST Radio in San Francisco and began posting their Prescriptions for Health show, and the Prescription For Health "Fastrack" show on DoctorSaputo.com. This page contains all the fastrack shows for April 2011.
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Fastrack Archives February 2011

This archive is a work in progress. At the end of every week, the most recent editions of Prescriptions for Health, Fastrack edition, will be posted on the DoctorSaputo.com Radio page. Shows from the previous week are then archived. There can be as many as 40 shows archived for a month
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Fastrack Archives January 2011

This archive is a work in progress.  At the end of every week, the most recent editions of Prescriptions for Health, Fastrack edition, will be posted on the DoctorSaputo.com Radio page.  Shows from the previous week are then archived.  There can be as many as 40 shows archived for a month.
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Fastrack Archives June 2011

Prescriptions for Health "Fastrack" on Demand, June 2011
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Fastrack Archives March 2011

Here you will find all the Prescriptions for Health Fastrack Radio Shows for March 2011. March 2011 marks the end of an era for Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki, as these are the last shows produced at KEST Radio in San Francisco. Beginning April 1, 2011 all shows will be exclusive to DoctorSaputo.com. You don't need to becomse member to listen in, ...
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Fastrack Archives May 2011

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Fat Substitutes Don't Work

Fat substitutes such as Olestra result in weight gain, not loss! They disrupt the body's mechanisms to control food intake. Olestra works by binding up to 8 triglyceride molecules in such a way that the enzyme lipase cannot begin the fat digestive process and it passes out with the stool. Side effects include abdominal cramping, diarrhea, and ...
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Fat: How Much Do We Need?

We need fats in our diet that include both saturated and unsaturated fats, especially essential fatty acids. We need cholesterol but don't need any trans fats. The reasoning behind the fat phobia in the US is reviewed.
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Fats: What You Need to Know?

There are fats that kill and fats that heal. We describe the types of fats and oils and which ones your body must have and which are poisonous. Essential fatty acids are those fats your body cannot make but must have.
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Fatty Acids: What You Need to Know

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are absolutely necessary for life. Sources are from fish, fish oil, flax and oils from other seeds, nuts, and plants. There is an epidemic of essential fatty acid deficiencies in the US. Infant formulas have been deficient in EFAs; we can add fish oil and evening primrose oil to it. EFAs thin blood, prevent rhythm disturbances, ...
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Faults in Medical School Training

Even medical school faculties acknowledge the outrageous stresses put on med students, interns and residents. This explains why we continue to see high rates of suicide, drug addiction, divorce, and more in this group.
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FDA and USDA Are Not Protecting Our Food

The FDA and USDA are not protecting our food supply. Melamine, lead, mercury, and diethylene glycol are examples of what can get into our food supply. The melamine and diethylene glycol stories are discussed.
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FDA Hotline

When you have a side effect from a medication you can report it to the FDA yourself; MDs have a history of not reporting side effects to the FDA They are simply too busy. This is especially problematic when patients are on a multitude of drugs; which one caused the problem? The example of side effects from statins is described. The number to call ...
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