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By Dr. Dawn Motyka - KUSP.org. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
We are having a nasty influenza season, in addition to the coronavirus problem; Dietary support to induce bacteriophages, viruses that attack bad bacteria; Bacteriophages used to treat stunted growth in children; Hope for Chinese herbs treatment for Coronavirus, but detailed biochemistry analysis says otherwise; A generous but elderly blood donor asks if he should have a colonoscopy; Electroacupuncture technique to treat stroke effects by increasing brain blood flow; Can we guess your age based on your skin microbes? A green algae can treat irritable bowel disease; The first influenza strains you are exposed to influences your reactions to future strains; Dealing with death of a loved one -- sometimes the anxiety reaction is a real cardiac condition; Possible treatment of Schizophrenia using MicroRNA to regulate gene transcription; A new strategy for antibiotics prevents the growth of bacterial cell walls; Reversing inflammation that causes aging -- turning off the inflammasome!