Here is a quick recap of the show from 11/8/20.
Got Ringing in YOUR Ears? It May be Caused by Covid
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control estimates that over 50 million Americans will experience some form of tinnitus or ringing in the ears. A new study of over three thousand people published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health claims to have discovered a possible link between having been infected by Covid 19 and the onset of ringing in the ears.[ If you or someone you know has tinnitus, please tune into ‘The Dr. Bob Martin show’]
Mothers’ Lifestyle Predicts Offspring Risk of First Heart Attack or Stroke
Offspring of mothers with heart healthy lifestyles live nearly a decade longer without cardiovascular disease than those whose mothers have unhealthy lifestyles. That is the finding of a study published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology.
People of Asian Descent ‘TWICE At-risk of Stroke from Covid’
A study conducted at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square; London suggests that Covid-19 has had more impact on strokes in the Asian community than in other ethnic groups. Strokes from Covid-19 are around twice as deadly as usual strokes, this study and others before have shown.
Sauna Use May have Profound Implications for Slowing Aging
Sauna use, sometimes referred to as “sauna bathing,” is an ancient practice with profound implications for slowing aging. Sauna bathing exposes the body to higher heat levels than 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Most people like sauna use because it is relaxing. However, the effects of heat stress on longevity are showing dramatic benefits in extending lifespan in research studies.
Can Stem Cells from Tummy Fat make your hair grow back?
Baseball caps that blast laser beams on to the head, potent medicines, shampoos, serums, lotions, and potions. Even ‘vampire hair-facials’ – injections of a patient’s own blood into the scalp – all carry the same enticing promise: to halt or even reverse hair loss. Now, early-stage trial results suggest a new method of using stem cells derived from a patient’s stomach fat may not just halt hair loss but reverse it.