The Body Show

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Have you heard about the Ornish Lifestyle program? Can it really be the key to reversing heart disease? Can people incorporate the changes before they have a heart attack? And does it work? On this edition of The Body Show, a dive into the main components of the Ornish Lifestyle program, and how this can help you, or someone you love, with heart health. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Do your feet hurt? It could be first thing in the morning or later in the day. But when you have pain in your feet, it can affect the health of the rest of the body. On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion with an expert on the causes of foot pain, and what can be done to fix it.

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Blood cancers including Leukemia an Lymphoma can happen at any age, and some of the latest discoveries in Oncology have helped patients get cured. On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion with an expert about the different types of these cancers, and the best way to treat them. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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How can you use your mind to change your brain? Can that also affect how you feel? Why might inattention help you focus more? On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with an expert about the amazing benefits of meditation on the mind.

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We're almost there! 99% of the world has eradicated Polio. But there are still three places on Earth where outbreaks happen, and that affects the entire global community. On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion with members of the Rotary Club about our need to band together to end Polio.

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Running can help strengthen your body if you do it right. What are the most common mistakes people make? Do shoes really matter? On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with Dr. Mike Turner of Ortho Sport about the tricks of the trade for running.

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If you think you might be having an emergency, when should you call 9-1-1? What might be helpful to bring with you? Are there tips that can help you get the best care? On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with an emergency room physician about what happens in the ER, and why more is better when it comes to medical history information.

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Dr. Theresa Wee talks about the inspiration behind her "Walk with a Doc" program, and how helping families address childhood obesity has become her mission in medicine.

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Varicose veins -- when is it bad enough that these pesky little circulation problems should be removed? On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with an expert about the various ways to treat and remove varicose veins anywhere they may pop up. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with a pediatric expert about the vaccinations schedule for kids and young adults, why it's important to get immunized, and what infections can be avoided. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. What's the latest recommendations for screening, diagnosis, and treatment? On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion on what to do if you, or someone you love, is diagnosed with prostate cancer. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Healthcare and the environment can intersect sometimes when we least expect it. The use of disposable menstrual products illustrates one way where revisiting a discovery from the past can potentially revolutionize the way we do things now, and help protect the environment and our health.

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COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is a medical condition that can make breathing feel blowing in and out of a very small straw. What causes this? And are there medications to help? On this edition of The Body Show, the head of the Hawaii COPD Coalition joins the show to discuss the latest in COPD care in the islands. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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In 2018, Hawaii's Legislature authorized residents with a terminal illness, with six months or less to live, the ability to request medical aid in dying prescriptions from their doctor. How many people actually received medication? Did anyone take it? On this edition of The Body Showthe latest on medical aid in dying in the state.

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Sleep. It's essential for our waking hours. And if you don't get enough, it can affect your heart, brain, metabolism, cancer risk, and your risk for infection. So what's the best way to get more good rest? On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion about how you can sleep better and improve your health.

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Heart failure is a scary diagnosis. But there are new medications and devices available to help control the symptoms and extend life. On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with a local expert on the latest in diagnosing and treating heart failure. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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What's the latest medical research happening here in Hawaii? On this edition of 

The Body Show, the first part of a discussion with Hawaii Pacific Health Summer Research students about how their projects are changing healthcare in the islands. In areas ranging from orthopedics, pediatrics, end of life care, concussions and more. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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What's the latest medical research happening here in Hawaii? On this edition of The Body Show, the first part of a discussion with Hawaii Pacific Health Summer Research students about how their projects are changing healthcare in the islands. In areas ranging from orthopedics, pediatrics, end of life care, concussions and more. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Chemical exposure without consent. That's the story you'll hear from Lee Johnson, the man who took on Monsanto to win nearly $300 million for his diagnosis of lymphoma. On this edition of The Body Show, you'll hear his story and more. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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The diagnosis of cancer is a life changing event. But the physical and emotional needs can extend far beyond the surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments needed to cure this disease. On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion with one of the founders of iCare -- a program designed at Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Postpartum depression occurs in one of every ten pregnancies on average. What can be done to help identify and treat this condition early on? On this edition of The Body Show, a discussion with an expert about the options available for women who are affected by more than just the baby blues.

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Making a lifestyle change requires commitment, perserverance, and also the cooperation of the many people all around you. On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with a local doctor taking on the obesity epidemic one step at a time. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Atrial Fibrillation is a heart rhythm condition that does not occur in isolation. Sleep apnea, high blood pressure, weight, diabetes, and alcohol could all be a risk factor for this progressive problem. On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with an expert about the integrative approach to keeping your heart healthy. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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Ever wonder if that little memory slip is a sign of more than just aging? Want to know how to make your brain healthier? On this edition of The Body Show, a talk with an expert about how to keep your body and your brain fit and functioning at its best. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Birth control is a common medication. But when women want to get pregnant, it might not be as easy as they thought. Next time on The Body Show, a discussion about the likelihood of pregnancy based on age, and when in vitro fertilization might be necessary. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Cancer care is much more than chemotherapy and radiation. It also involves every aspect of life for those who are affected. Can natural energy healing make a difference? Is food actually a form of medicine? On this edition of The Body Show, Dr. Kozak talks with the founders of a cancer retreat center in the islands. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Migraine headaches are not something to underestimate. Particularly, for those who are chronic sufferers with 15 or more migraines a month. What can be done? Next time on The Body Show, a talk about the latest in all natural and prescription therapy for migraines. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

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Being in the hospital is a necessity sometimes, but not always the most comfortable experience. Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kozak will talk with integrative nursing experts from Queen's Medical Center about holistic therapies that might be available the next time you, or a loved one, is in the hospital. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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Are there medicinal uses for marijuana? What's the difference between CBD and THC? Is a lozenge just as effective as vaping? Can marijuana use be addictive? On this edition of The Body Show, Dr. Kozak answers these questions and more. About the types of medical marijuana, and what it's used for. 6:30 PM on HPR-1

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