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Part 2 in a 4 part series on Kicking the Nicotine Habit, It’s a Brain Thing. Today the doctors dive into the behavioral habits of smoking and give you 5 strategies you can start NOW.

This month Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick talk with Dr. Mitchell Rothstein, a clinical Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine physician for 30 years in the Jacksonville, Florida area.  Dr. Rothstein is the Medical Director of the Phase 1 unit at Jacksonville Center for Clinical Research.

Inside this episode:

  • Do you want to stop smoking?
  • How do you get to that point?
  • Behavioral Modification strategies
  • 5 Things you can do today to stop smoking

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Part 1 in a 4 part series on Kicking the Nicotine Habit, It’s a Brain Thing.

This month Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick talk with Dr. Mitchell Rothstein, a clinical Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine physician for 30 years in the Jacksonville, Florida area.  Dr. Rothstein is the Medical Director of the Phase 1 unit at Jacksonville Center for Clinical Research.

Inside this episode:

  • What makes smoking harmful?
  • What makes smoking so addictive?
  • Preventable form of Cardiovascular factors

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Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world in May to recognize the day that James Lind started what is often considered the first clinical trial aboard a ship on May 20, 1747.

Here’s the story…

Also included in this month’s MedEvidence! Radio

  • Why we do Clinical Trials
  • Phases of Clinical Trials
  • Why you may want to participate in clinical trials

MedEvidence! Radio is a monthly live broadcast from WSOS 103.9 FM / 1170 AM with Kevin Geddings from St. Augustine, Florida. Dr. Michael Koren is a practicing cardiologist and CEO at ENCORE Research Group. He has been the principal investigator of 2000+ clinical trials while being published in the most prestigious medical journals.  Dr. Koren received his medical degree cum laude at Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in internal medicine with a fellowship in cardiology at New York Hospital/Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center/Cornell Medical Center.  On a personal note, Dr. Koren has a life-long interest in history, technology, Public Health, and music. He has written two musical plays.


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This month’s MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy, and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran, joins Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick to discuss the future of Alzheimer’s research and what your gut has to do with Alzheimer’s.


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What are all the hullabaloos about Aduhelm, the first new Alzheimer’s drug approval since 2003? This month’s MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy, and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran joins Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick to discuss the first new Alzheimer’s drug approval since 2003 and the controversy over FDA’s approval of Biogen’s Aducanumab (Aduhelm).


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In Part 2: Is it Alzheimer’s or Something Else? Drs. Toenjes and Koren begin by answering the popular question, “When do you know something is wrong? Followed by explaining amyloid proteins, DNA structure, Alzheimer’s therapy, and the research behind it.

Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy, and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran, joins Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick to discuss Alzheimer’s disease in a four-part series.


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This month’s MedEvidence guest, Dr. Steven Toenjes, MD, a board-certified neurologist, former staff neurologist in the U.S. Navy, and an award-winning director of neurology residents at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and decorated Navy veteran joins Dr. Michael Koren and Michelle McCormick to discuss Alzheimer’s disease in a four-part series.

With over six million Americans believed to have Alzheimer’s disease and the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, MedEvidence breaks down Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s, including diagnosis and treatments.


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In this final episode on longevity, Dr. Michael Koren, Dr. Victoria Helow, and Michelle McCormick talk about medical research and apply its wisdom to maximize a healthy lifestyle. Topics discussed:

  • Aspirin: Doses, Purposes & Populations
  • Types of anti-inflammatories
  • Importance of Cholesterol numbers
  • RNA Technology
  • Viruses
  • Vaccines
  • Hugging vs. Handshake
  • Becoming Part of Advancing Science

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What is the formula to living longer? In this third episode in our four-part series Dr. Michael Koren, Dr. Victoria Helow, and Michelle McCormick apply medical research to fish, nuts, sex, sunscreen, and more.

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Can medical research help us live longer? In this four-part series Dr. Michael Koren, Dr. Victoria Helow, and Michelle McCormick discuss the relevant medical evidence and apply its wisdom to discover the secrets to longevity.

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Can medical research help us live longer? In this four-part series Dr. Michael Koren, Dr. Victoria Helow, and Michelle McCormick discuss the relevant medical evidence and apply its wisdom to discover the secrets to longevity.

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