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Dr. Mike Roizen
Dr. Mike Roizen is chief medical officer at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, an award-winning author, and has been the doctor to eight Nobel Prize winners and more than 100 Fortune 500 CEOs.

Dr. Mike Roizen

A study found people with Type 2 diabetes showed a 26% increase in the speed of brain aging. Their brains were shrinking prematurely. [Full Story]
A study found people with Type 2 diabetes showed a 26% increase in the speed of brain aging. Their brains were shrinking prematurely. [Full Story]
Recent research into ED medications found that they're associated with an increased risk for serious retinal detachment, retinal vascular occlusion, and ischemic optic neuropathy. [Full Story]
Researchers say that 11% of all cases of heart disease could be prevented if everyone simply adopted one small act of screen denial. [Full Story]
Inflammation can be a good response if short-lived; it helps your immune system to heal a wound or fight an infection. But when it becomes chronic, it increases your risk for disease. [Full Story]
Particulate matter pollution , especially that containing ultra-small micron-sized bits , is a risk factor for stroke-related death in people hospitalized for stroke. [Full Story]
For smokers or those who ever smoked, people whose diet from ages 18 to 30 was short on fresh produce and long on beef and unhealthy fats are 60% more likely to develop emphysema. [Full Story]
A study shows that that being vaccinated leads to a 15% reduction in long COVID symptoms related to lung and blood clot disorders for up to six months after a breakthrough infection. [Full Story]
A study found that obese men were 42% more likely to have a low sperm count than their normal-weight peers, and 81% more likely to produce no sperm at all. [Full Story]
A study in JAMA Neurology found that following the American Heart Association's "Life's Simple 7" guidelines dramatically reduces the chance of developing cognition problems. [Full Story]

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