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Quantitative Health by Dr. Paul Kilgore
8 minutes | Mar 14, 2020
Colloidal Silver for Coronavirus or ANYTHING--A Big No--Avoid Colloidal Silver and Do Not Use
Hi, In today's podcast, we address recent stories in the news during the COVID-19 pandemic. One story relates to people using or selling products containing silver. Some people sell this or call this Colloidal Silver. I am here to tell you unequivocally that these products are not only scamming people but there is zero evidence that they may be effective in treating any viral infection let alone Coronavirus infections. The worst part about these products is that not only are they without positive effects, they may actually cause damage and be dangerous to your body. They are quite potentially dangerous to women, dangerous to men, dangerous to everyone. There is evidence that silver will be absorbed into key tissues and be transported to organs. Listen to hear more and beware: if you have these products, I would discard them immediately and if you are considering buying them---don't. I am Dr. Paul Kilgore, write me and find me at https://quantitative-health.com.
3 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Special Coronavirus Announcement
Hi Everyone, Dr. Paul Kilgore here. I wanted to announce today that we will be launching a new mini-course focused on getting you up to speed on the coronavirus epidemic and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones. I will be emailing out more information about the mini-course and book and announcing these via social media channels.
25 minutes | Mar 7, 2020
Aortic Dissection and Aortic Abdominal Aneurysm
I am Dr. Paul Kilgore, Host of the Quantitative Health Podcast. Please find me at firstname.lastname@example.org or my website: www.quantitative-health.com. Today, I discuss the very serious condition called Aortic Dissection and the companion condition, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Aortic Dissection is believed to kill at least 13,000 Americans and many more around the world each year. Mr. Jamie Dimon, Chief Executive Officer of JP Morgan Chase and a well-known leader on Wall Street developed chest pain this past Thursday morning. Luckily, he got to the hospital a short time later and doctors found he had Aortic Dissection. Hear me today discuss this condition, how we diagnose, treat and prevent this condition and the Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Write me anytime with questions and please drop a quick rating of the podcast. I welcome your suggestions and comments to guide future episodes of the Quantitative Health Podcast. Thank you, Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, MPH, FACP
22 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Stress in the Big Picture: What Does it Mean?
In this episode, we take a close look at what stress leads to and specifically some of the effects on our key organs such as the liver. We also discuss the importance of stress, how it appears and note that sometimes, individuals may feel and look well, yet be experiencing stress. We discuss key dietary action steps you can take that may save your life and the lives of your loved ones. In this podcast, I breakdown some ways we can measure and monitor your stress and how I can track in by monitoring key biomarkers. In this podcast, you may hear of a couple biomarkers you were not aware of. As always, please email to me if you have any comments or questions about any content. I am Dr. Paul Kilgore, email: email@example.com; My website is: quantitative-health.com; You can also call me toll-free: 1-888-406-0008.
34 minutes | Feb 26, 2020
In this episode, we dive back into our focus in the month of February: Stress. I discuss how we can measure stress, what biomarkers we use to understand stress and how stress relates to inflammation in our bodies. This year, my hope is that we help you find ways to reduce stress and monitor your progress towards this goal. By reducing stress, we want you to reduce inflammation to a minimum. As always, you can reach me directly with questions. I am Dr. Paul Kilgore; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; You can also call me toll free at 1-888-406-0008. Please visit me at www.quantitative-health.com. When you get a chance, please visit and rate my podcast. I welcome any and all suggestions for future content, topics and interviews. Thank you!
28 minutes | Feb 16, 2020
How Does Stress Manifest?
Stress is one of the most important factors affecting our health. Stress affects millions of Americans and many more across the World. In today's episode, we discuss how the brain interacts with our endocrine system and we look at what happens when we experience chronic stress. Let's continue this important episode on stress so we can begin to measure it and then identify ways to help reduce stress in everyone. As always, you can find me on the web at https://quantitative-health.com or by email at email@example.com. You can also schedule a phone call or meeting via the internet with me just by visiting my website. Please leave your name and email so you get on my list for future newsletters, sendouts and discounts. Call me anytime at 1-888-406-0008. And, don't forget to leave a comment or question for me on my website and please like this podcast and share with your friends, family, neighbors and coworkers everywhere. We are building a great global community and now reaching four North America, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Let's pass the word, Quantitative Health!
31 minutes | Feb 8, 2020
What is Stress Anyway? A Worldwide Problem
In the month of February, we will address the problem of stress. Of all the health issues that we can think of, I think stress is at the very top of our list. It affects everyone and it is a worldwide problem. In this episode, we discuss some history of stress, how it affects our bodies, some measures we can take to lower our stress now, and some insights into research on stress--we will also continue to discuss innovations in dealing with stress throughout this month. I am Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, FACP. Please visit me, leave your name, an email and you will be on my list to receive special announcements, tools to improve your health and announcements regarding courses and other benefits. email: firstname.lastname@example.org and https://quantitative-health.com
35 minutes | Feb 2, 2020
Special Podcast Episode: QH Health Magazine, February, Issue Number 1
Huge content today and a must listen. WARNING: some content here on heart disease and flu is graphic and scary. In this episode, we discuss the hard facts about two diseases that kill thousands of Americans every year: Heart Disease and Flu (Influenza). Please tell your friends, partners, loved ones, family members, neighbors, even co-workers about this Special Podcast Episode--It may save their life. Find me, Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, FACP at quantitative-health.com; email me at email@example.com or call me, toll free at 1-888-406-0008. Visit our website and you can schedule your 15-minute, private and confidential health consultation with Dr. Paul Kilgore. Please feel free to drop Dr. Kilgore a line, message, or email anytime with comments, suggestions and feedback regarding this podcast. Also, if you can rate this podcast and share on your social media, that will be warmly appreciated.
11 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Putting Our Past Together
Welcome to the Quantitative Health Podcast. I am Dr. Paul Kilgore your host and I am super glad you are here. Here’s some great news: You can connect with me any time on social media including twitter and Instagram. You can also visit me at our website: www.quantitative-health.com Or you can call me directly anytime at 1-888-406-0008. At our website, feel free to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with me at a time that is convenient for you. I really look forward to meeting you!
16 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
Our Health During the Young Adult Years
Our young adult years from about age 18 to 35 years are very important. These years typically are very dynamic and we experience a great deal of change. Change in living situations, work environments, co-workers, friends, family and more. At the same time, it is this period when we establish patterns of living and behaviors that can last a lifetime and have major influence over our health in the young adult years and for decades to come. If you are in this age group, now is a great time to start thinking about what you're doing and how you might change things up to improve your health. If you are older, reflecting back on these years is important to see how they may influence your current health and consider activities going forward that can improve your health.
15 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Our Family Health History
In today's episode, we discuss the importance of understanding our own family history, what we can learn from it, how we can use it and how we can go about starting to collect this information. This week, you can start to review your family health history and gather additional information from your relatives. As always, if you have any questions, send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at https://www.quantitative-health.com and drop us a message with your name, question and email. Thank you!
17 minutes | Jan 12, 2020
Special Episode Podcast for Hot Topics: Justin Bieber and Lyme Disease
In this Special Episode Podcast, we think about the recent announcement by Justin Bieber where he told us that he has been diagnosed with and suffering from Lyme Disease. Lyme Disease is an increasing problem in the United States and can have severe manifestations. In this episode, we talk about Lyme Disease as well as how you can recognize it and prevent the illness.
12 minutes | Jan 11, 2020
Your Early Years
In this episode, you will get a chance to consider key health questions that help gather information about your health from birth to 19 years of age. A great way to continue laying our foundation supporting great health.
6 minutes | Jan 2, 2020
An Introduction to Quantitative Health
In this episode, we start out the new year 2020 with a call to action. This year, we want to start your journey to the best health ever. To do this, our podcast will be available to you along with resources at our upcoming website soon to be launched. The website is quantitative-health.com. We are looking forward to working with you to develop a plan tailored for you and your goals for 2020. Let's do this!
19 minutes | Aug 4, 2019
How much water do I need each day?
In this episode, we discuss a topic important to all of us: water. Our bodies lose water every day through our skin and respiratory tract (lungs, mouth). But, how much water do we need to replace? Because water is essential to live, our bodies have an elegant system for water regulation. The secret weapon is the kidney. Today, we discuss how your kidneys help regulate water and electrolytes (salt) in your body. And, you will also hear about those key things you can do to protect your kidneys from harm. Please share with anyone you think may find this helpful. Thanks for listening!
18 minutes | Jul 16, 2019
Special Episode: Where do I Begin?
In this special episode, we discuss the steps you can take to begin your health journey. We start by recalling back to our earlier years and creating a list (an inventory) of our previous health challenges. We then think of the present time and create a list of our current health challenges. In the end, after we think carefully about our past and present, we then can look ahead. When we look ahead, let's first rank those present health conditions or challenges we have. In the ranking system described in this podcast, you will begin to identify those health priorities. These health priorities then begin to focus our attention and help to frame the beginning of our health journey going forward. Let's start this today and start by listening to this special episode. Thank you! Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, MPH.
21 minutes | Jul 13, 2019
Introduction to High Blood Pressure
In this episode, we begin to define what is normal blood pressure, elevated blood pressure, high blood pressure Stage 1, high blood pressure Stage 2 and "hypertensive crisis". Understanding your own blood pressure measured by your doctor, nurse or other health-care provider or the blood pressure you measure using an automated blood pressure device at home is very important. Many of us are walking around with high blood pressure. When we do that, we run the risk of suffering the consequences of high blood pressure including heart disease and stroke. In this episode, we begin to discuss things we can do to lower our blood pressure---some of which include the "non-pharmacologic" or interventions that do not involve taking medicine. Please let me know if you find this episode helpful by writing a review and rating Quantitative Health podcast. Thank you so much. Yours in good health, Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, MPH.
19 minutes | Jul 11, 2019
Creating a list of medications, supplements and vitamins
When getting our "health house" in order, we can take small steps. But these can be very important steps to help ensure our own health and even the health of our loved ones, friends and neighbors. One of these steps is listing all of the medicines we take for our health. In this episode, I discuss how you can create a list of prescription and over-the-counter medicines as well as supplements and vitamins. In this episode, you'll learn why this is important and how it can actually improve the care you receive when you go to the doctor or need emergency care. If we are a caregiver for a family member, friend or neighbor, making a list for yourself and the one's you care for can be invaluable. Please enjoy this important topic and share this podcast with anyone you think can benefit. Thank you, Dr. Paul Kilgore, MD, MPH.
10 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Introduction to electrolytes
In this episode, we discuss those chemicals in our bodies we call electrolytes. Learn how they play a key role in our organ and other bodily functions.
7 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Introduction to stress
In this episode, we begin to consider what stress is and how it can affect us and our bodies.
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