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Healthy Living from the Cooper Aerobics Center is designed for listeners of any age who want to gain research-based, practical information that can improve the way they look and feel. The program focuses on timely topics in the areas of health, fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle. The program features Dr. Ken Cooper along with members of the Cooper Aerobics Center staff and is hosted by Todd Whitthorne.
 
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Dr. Nina Radford, Director of Clinical Research and a cardiologist at Cooper Clinic, talks with Todd Whitthorne about calcium and heart disease. Dr. Radford, board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, gives her opinions about calcium consumption (in both food and supplements) for women who are concerned about both bone health …
 
Dr. Robert Heaney, who is a professor in the Department of Medicine at Creighton University in Omaha is interviewed. Dr. Heaney has spent over 50 years in the study of osteoporosis, vitamin D, and calcium physiology; he's authored three books and has published over 400 scientific papers, so when it comes to the world of vitamin D, and calcium in pa…
 
Todd Whitthorne interviews Jorn Dyerberg, MD, the father of the omega-3 movement. Dr. Dyerberg was studying the Eskimos, who ate a high fat diet, and had very low rates of heart disease, and discovered the protective effects of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) in marine sources. Dr. Dyerberg talks about advances in the science of omega-3 fatty aci…
 
In this episode, Laura DeFina, MD, from Cooper Institute, is interviewed about research published this month in the Annals of Internal of Medicine. The study, shows that individuals who are fit at midlife have a lower risk of deveoping Alzheimer's disease and other dementias in their Medicare years. The study followed more than 19,000 generally hea…
 
Our guest is Dr. Robert Heaney from Creighton University. Dr. Haney has spent over 50 years in the study of osteoporosis, vitamin D, and calcium physiology. He's authorized three books and has published over 400 original papers, chapters and monographs in the scientific and educational fields. In the interview today, Dr. Haney? covers the following…
 
In this audio interview, Dr. Nina Radford, Director of Clinical Research and a cardiologist at Cooper Clinic, discusses cholesterol in children. Earlier this year, the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the major pediatric associations put some new guidelines out in terms of screening cholesterol in children. The panel discusses tw…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Nina Radford, head of cardiology for Cooper Clinic, discusses the recent systematic review and meta-analysis Association Between Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation and Risk of Major Cardiovascular Disease Events published in the JAMA - The Journal of the American Medical Association September 12, 2012, Vol 308, No 10 issue. A t…
 
Dr. Nina Radford, head of cardiology at the Cooper Clinic, talks with Todd Whitthorne about the recent study published in May 2012 in the Lancet that questions whether raising HDL cholesterol is beneficial. A text transcript of the interview is avalable on our blog here.
 
Todd Whitthorne recently interviewed eye expert, Ophthalmologist Robert Able, Jr., MD. Dr. Abel is the author of The Eye Care Revolution and The DHA Story. In the interview Dr. Abel explains how nutrition and lifestyle impact our eye health. Click here to listen to the interview. In the world of supplementation, mirtogenol, a combination of pycnoge…
 
In this episode, Gretchen Vannice, MS, RD, author of Omega-3 Handbook, A Ready Reference Guide for Health Professionals, is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne. A registered dietitian, Gretchen explains what types of omega-3 fatty acids are most beneficial, and how to determine the type of omega-3 in different foods. The ways our body stores and uses EP…
 
Todd Whitthorne from Cooper Aerobics, interviews Dr. William Harris. Dr. Harris, a senior scientist for Health Diagnostic Laboratory, is a leading expert on omega-3, and is co-developer of the HS Omega-3 Index, a simple blood test that can objectively measure the concentration of omega-3 fats in red blood cells. In the ORIGIN Trial, participants re…
 
In this podcast, Chip Lavie, MD, joins Todd Whitthorne to discuss Qsymia (formerly dubbed Qnexa), a new weight loss medication approved by the FDA that should be available by the end of this year. Dr. Lavie is triple board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases, and nuclear cardiology, and is a staff cardiologist at the Ochsner Hea…
 
This is the second in a series of ongoing monthly interviews with Dr. Cannell. In this interview with John J. Cannell, M.D., Executive Director of Vitamin D Council, Dr. Cannell discusses the latest vitamin D news: The US Preventive Services Task Force recommendations regarding low-dose vitamin D for healthy, post-menopausal women to prevent fractu…
 
Donald Shell, MD, MA., acting director of Maryland’s Department of Health Chronic Disease and Tobacco Use Prevention Family Health Administration is interviewed by Cooper Aerobics Todd Whitthorne. Dr. Shell practices “social medicine”, addressing the biological, psychological, and social needs of individuals, families, and communities in local, com…
 
Our health is our responsibility. Dr. Michele Kettles, COO and executive vice president of Cooper Clinic talks with Todd Whitthorne about what, specifically, a typical 50 year old adult needs to know when it comes to preventive exams. Dr. Kettles talks about what exams and key tests we should consider.…
 
This episode is third in a series of interviews with Abram Eisenstein, MD, Director of Gastroenterology at Cooper Clinic, about gastro-intestinal health. In this episode, Dr. Eisenstein discusses colon cancer – the second most common cause of cancer death in men and women in this country. While colon cancer isn’t preventable, if caught early enough…
 
This episode is second in a series of interviews with Abram Eisenstein, MD, Director of Gastroenterology at Cooper Clinic, about gastro-intestinal health. In this episode, Dr. Eisenstein discusses Barrett’s Esophagus, a disorder in which the lining of the esophagus is damaged by stomach acid. Barrett’s Esophagus increases the risk of cancer of the …
 
In this episode, Abram Eisenstein, MD, Director of Gastroenterology at Cooper Clinic talks about acid reflux and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), a condition in which the stomach contents (liquid or food) leak backwards from the stomach into the esophagus. Approximately 25 percent of us are affected by acid reflux on a regular or occasional …
 
John J. Cannell, MD, and Executive Director of Vitamin D Council, talks about vitamin D and the impact this hormone has on health. Dr. Cannell discusses the potential link between low vitamin D levels and autism. If you are hoping to conceive (both men and women), are pregnant, or have a young infant or small child at home, you'll want to listen to…
 
Diane Alexander, PhD, from Kemin Health, and Todd Whitthorne at Cooper Aerobics discuss ongoing research on the supplement lutein...., how lutein may relate to cognition; and how lutein levels in the eye impact glare reduction. Dr. Alexander also explains how the MPOD (Macular Pigment Optical Density) eye test works and why we might want to have th…
 
Established in 1994 by Rena Wing, PhD, from Brown Medical School and Jim Hill, PhD, from the University of Colorado, the National Weight Control Registry (NWCR) is the largest prospective investigation of long-term successful weight loss maintenance. NWCR is currently tracking more than 10,000 people who have successfully lost weight and kept it of…
 
Todd discusses a study in the New England Journal of Medicine that reviewed weight gain in the U.S. Researchers studied 120,000 well educated adults for 12- to 20 years, and found that on average, weight gain was a little less than one pound a year, or about 17 pounds over a 20-year period. Learn which 5 foods seem most connected to weight gain, an…
 
Todd Whitthorne discusses recent results of the Cardiovascular Health Cognition Study (an ongoing study at the University of Pittsburgh) published in Journal Neurology. The benefits of exercise on the brain are tremendous. Listen to find out the average number of miles we need to walk each week to cut our risk of developing memory loss in half! Car…
 
In this interview with Todd Whitthorne by Joanie Greggains on KGO Radio in San Francisco, Todd discusses the following issues: The best time of day to take a multivitamin. If other supplements can be taken at the same time as the multivitamin. The synergistic impact of supplements, such as calcium and Magnesium. Vitamin D and dosing. B vitamins and…
 
Former pro football player Scott Secules talks about his experiences at Cooper. The week following Thanksgiving (2009), Scott spent at Cooper. While here, he had a comprehensive physical and spent a week in our wellness program. Scott talks about the healthy habits he rediscovered during his week at Cooper which have contributed to his return to ex…
 
Todd Whitthorne interviews Dr. Abram Eisenstein, director of gastroenterology at Cooper Clinic about colon cancer, the number two most deadly form of cancer. Fifty thousand Americans will die this year from colon cancer, a largely preventable disease. Dr. Eisenstein reviews the preventive measures he recommends when it comes to colonoscopy screenin…
 
Todd Whitthorne discusses Cooper Institute with director of development Connie Tyne. Dr. Kenneth Cooper, the “Father of Aerobics,” founded the Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1970, six months before opening his world famous preventive medicine clinic. He knew an independent research institute was needed to bridge the gap between fi…
 
John Cannaday, M.D., a staff radiologist at Cooper Clinic discusses two studies reported in the December issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine, calling on physicians to limit CT Scans due to the risks associated with radiation exposure. The study headline read "Commonly performed CT scans are exposing patients to far more radiation than previo…
 
Jennifer Engels, M.D. is a diagnostic radiologist at Cooper Clinic. Dr. Engels discusses new recommendations regarding mammograms from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. On November 17, 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force issued new recommendations on screening mammography released in the Annals of Preventive Medicine. The task forc…
 
Cooper Wellness Program with Peg Williams (Podcast) Peg Williams, a two-time participant with Cooper Wellness Program, is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne. The Cooper Wellness Program is medically-supervised, in-residence lifestyle modification program. Since attending the program in June, 2008, Peg has lost 120 pounds. Flying around the country for …
 
Benefits of exercise differ by sex and race (Podcast) Dr. Tedd Mitchell, Cooper Clinic president and CEO is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and talks about how the benefits of exercise differ by sex and race. The study, reported in the Journal of Lipid Research (August 2009 issue), began in the late 1980s, and used data from more than 15,000 middle…
 
Dr. Tedd Mitchell, Cooper Clinic president and CEO is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and talks about how a recent study linking high blood pressure to memory loss in adults 45 years and older. The study, reported in the Journal of Neurology (August 25, 2009 issue), looked at the link between high blood pressure and memory. People as young at 45 ye…
 
Dictionary.com defines Pilates as “a method of physical and mental exercise involving stretches and breathing that focus on strengthening the abdominal core.” Jay Grimes, a leading authority and practitioner of Pilates was recently in town for a day of teaching. We caught up with Jay and talked with him about Pilates. With more than 40 years of Pil…
 
In this Cooper Aerobics podcast, Dr. Nina Radford, Cooper Clinic director of cardiovascular medicine, discusses the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force new recommendations regarding aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force looks at all the literature that’s come out in individual studies, and tries to compa…
 
Todd Whitthorne interviews Colette Cole, a personal trainer at Cooper Fitness Center. Colette has a masters degree in exercise physiology, and co-authored Women’s Health and Fitness Guide with Michele Kettles, M.D., M.S.P.H., medical director of Cooper Clinic in Dallas. Research shows lifestyle changes such as increasing physical activity and eatin…
 
Dr. Radford reviews how changes in physical activity impact longevityDr. Nina Radford, Cooper Clinic director of cardiovascular medicine was interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and gave her thoughts on the recent study published in the British Medical Journal looking at lifestyle changes in terms of physical activity for 50-year old men, in a 35-year f…
 
Dr. Nina Radford, Cooper Clinic director of cardiovascular medicine is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and gives her thoughts on the ENCORE study as discussed at the recent American College of Cardiology conference. The ENCORE trial looked lifestyle interventions for lowering blood pressure. It’s been well described that a diet called the DASH Diet…
 
Dr. Mitchell talks about studies in the news Dr. Tedd Mitchell, Cooper Clinic president and CEO is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and gives his thoughts on two recent news articles. Prostate Test Found to Save Few Lives Two big studies have recently been published regarding prostate cancer were published recently in the New England Journal of Medi…
 
Cooper Fitness Center (Dallas) personal trainer Shannon Edwards talks with Todd Whitthorne about the new Power Plate equipment the club is now utilizing, and the weekly Outdoor Power Workout class Shannon and personal trainer David Williams co-direct. Shannon was Cooper Fitness Center personal trainer of the year in 2008, and has a masters in kines…
 
Dr. Tedd Mitchell, Cooper Clinic president and CEO is interviewed by Todd Whitthorne, and gives his thoughts on the 21-year longitudinal study conducted by Stanford researchers to confirm disability and survival benefits of exercise. Reduced Disability and Mortality Among Aging Runners http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/abstract/168/15/1638 B…
 
Cooper Wellness Program director of nutrition and registered dietitian Kathy Duran-Thal claims she knows a little bit about a large array of topics when it comes to nutrition and healthy eating. Kathy talks hints and tips on how to simplify nutrition and make healthy eating exciting. Included is a great breakfast idea, tips for successful weight lo…
 
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