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His individualized care combines mainstream medicine with a holistic approach for mental, spiritual, and physical balance.

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Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs linked with heart failure in patients with diabetes 09/15/2022

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs linked with heart failure in patients with diabetes

https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Press-Office/Press-releases/Non-steroidal-anti-inflammatory-drugs-linked-with-heart-failure-in-patients-with-diabetes

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs linked with heart failure in patients with diabetes Your access to the latest cardiovascular news, science, tools and resources.

Cravings for Fatty Foods Traced to Gut-Brain Connection 09/15/2022

Cravings for Fatty Foods Traced to Gut-Brain Connection

https://zuckermaninstitute.columbia.edu/cravings-fatty-foods-traced-gut-brain-connection

Cravings for Fatty Foods Traced to Gut-Brain Connection NEW YORK—A dieter wrestling with cravings for fatty foods might be tempted to blame their tongue: the delicious taste of butter or ice cream is hard to resist. But new research investigating the source of our appetites has uncovered an entirely new connection between the gut and the brain that dri...

Excessive blue light from our gadgets may accelerate the aging process 09/15/2022

Excessive blue light from our gadgets may accelerate the aging process

“Excessive exposure to blue light from everyday devices, such as TVs, laptops, and phones, may have detrimental effects on a wide range of cells in our body, from skin and fat cells, to sensory neurons,” said Dr. Jadwiga Giebultowicz, a professor at the Department of Integrative Biology at Oregon State University and senior author of this study.

Excessive blue light from our gadgets may accelerate the aging process Excessive exposure to blue light, for example through TVs, laptops, and phones, may have an aging effect on our body, suggests a new study. It shows that the levels of specific metabolites - chemicals that are essential for cells to work correctly – are altered in the cells of fruit flies exposed ...

Obesity linked to higher risk of broken bones in women - EASO 09/08/2022

Obesity linked to higher risk of broken bones in women - EASO

https://easo.org/obesity-linked-to-higher-risk-of-broken-bones-in-women/

Obesity linked to higher risk of broken bones in women - EASO Every increase of 5cm (two inches) on a women’s waist increases fracture risk by up to 7% Finding from Canadian study has major public health implications New research being presented at this year’s congress (Poster LBP2.11) has found that women with obesity and overweight, particularly women wi...

Time’s arrow 09/08/2022

Time’s arrow

https://www.age.mpg.de/communications/news/detail/times-arrow

Time’s arrow Brief exposure to rapamycin has the same anti-ageing effects as lifelong treatment

Study suggests health benefits from black tea 09/08/2022

Study suggests health benefits from black tea

https://www.cancer.gov/news-events/press-releases/2022/health-benefits-black-tea?cid=eb_govdel

Study suggests health benefits from black tea A prospective study of half a million tea drinkers in the U.K. suggests potential mortality benefits of drinking black tea may be associated with a lower risk of death.

Insufficient sleep in teenagers is associated with overweight and obesity 09/01/2022

Insufficient sleep in teenagers is associated with overweight and obesity

https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Press-Office/Press-releases/Insufficient-sleep-in-teenagers-is-associated-with-overweight-and-obesity

Insufficient sleep in teenagers is associated with overweight and obesity Your access to the latest cardiovascular news, science, tools and resources.

Physical activity lowers risk of death among older adults 09/01/2022

Physical activity lowers risk of death among older adults

https://www.cancer.gov/news-events/press-releases/2022/physical-activity-older-adults?cid=eb_govdel

Physical activity lowers risk of death among older adults A study found equivalent amounts of 7 different activities were associated with a lower risk of death from any cause, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.

Smoking is even more damaging to the heart than previously thought 09/01/2022

Smoking is even more damaging to the heart than previously thought

https://www.escardio.org/The-ESC/Press-Office/Press-releases/Smoking-is-even-more-damaging-to-the-heart-than-previously-thought

Smoking is even more damaging to the heart than previously thought Your access to the latest cardiovascular news, science, tools and resources.

No time to exercise? What about three seconds a day? 08/25/2022

No time to exercise? What about three seconds a day?

https://www.ecu.edu.au/newsroom/articles/research/no-time-to-exercise-what-about-three-seconds-a-day

No time to exercise? What about three seconds a day? Lifting weights for as little as three seconds a day can have a positive impact on muscle strength, a new ECU study has discovered.

New US Population Study Projects Steep Rise in Cardiovascular Diseases by 2060 - American College of Cardiology 08/25/2022

New US Population Study Projects Steep Rise in Cardiovascular Diseases by 2060 - American College of Cardiology

https://www.acc.org/About-ACC/Press-Releases/2022/08/01/16/37/New-US-Population-Study-Projects-Steep-Rise-in-Cardiovascular-Diseases-by-2060

New US Population Study Projects Steep Rise in Cardiovascular Diseases by 2060 - American College of Cardiology New US Population Study Projects Steep Rise in Cardiovascular Diseases by 2060 CV rates are expected to significantly increase among minorities while decreasing among White persons Aug 01, 2022 Share via: Font Size A A A Contact: Sam Roth, [email protected], WASHINGTON (Aug 01, 2022) - By the year 2060,...

Breakthrough in search for tinnitus cure - The University of Auckland 08/25/2022

Breakthrough in search for tinnitus cure - The University of Auckland

https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/news/2022/08/09/breakthrough-in-search-for-tinnitus-cure.html

Breakthrough in search for tinnitus cure - The University of Auckland University of Auckland scientists are excited by results from a trial of a new treatment for tinnitus.

6 Nutrients for Brain HealthwellnessworkdaysNutritionNutrition 08/18/2022

6 Nutrients for Brain HealthwellnessworkdaysNutritionNutrition

https://www.wellnessworkdays.com/post/6-nutrients-for-brain-health

6 Nutrients for Brain HealthwellnessworkdaysNutritionNutrition Your brain is always "on." Read more to learn about what types of fuel keep it healthiest.Wellness WorkdaysNutrition

A Targeted Supplementation Plan May Alter What You Believe About Taking Vitamins 08/16/2022

A Targeted Supplementation Plan May Alter What You Believe About Taking Vitamins

A Targeted Supplementation Plan May Alter What You Believe About Taking Vitamins For better or worse, targeted supplementation is the way to go: Whether you are 40 or 90, physical health begins in the cell.

Targeted repletion may be the competitive edge every serious athlete needs 08/16/2022

Targeted repletion may be the competitive edge every serious athlete needs

Targeted repletion may be the competitive edge every serious athlete needs : From baseball to bodybuilding – targeted repletion may be the competitive edge every serious athlete needs.  The key word being “targeted.”  We all know athletes, particularly college and professional athletes, will push their bodies and skill to the edges of potential, and beyond.  The p...

Study Shows Older Age and Smoking Most Important Risk Factors for Developing Any Cancer 08/11/2022

Study Shows Older Age and Smoking Most Important Risk Factors for Developing Any Cancer

Study Shows Older Age and Smoking Most Important Risk Factors for Developing Any Cancer A new large study led by researchers at the American Cancer Society shows older age and smoking are the two most important risk factors associated with a relative and absolute five-year risk of developing any cancer.

Controlling the global obesity epidemic 08/11/2022

Controlling the global obesity epidemic

Controlling the global obesity epidemic At the other end of the malnutrition scale, obesity is one of today’s most blatantly visible – yet most neglected – public health problems. Paradoxically coexisting with undernutrition, an escalating global epidemic of overweight and obesity – “globesity” &ndas...

Chores, Exercise, And Social Visits Linked To Lower Risk Of Dementia 08/04/2022

Chores, Exercise, And Social Visits Linked To Lower Risk Of Dementia

Chores, Exercise, And Social Visits Linked To Lower Risk Of Dementia Physical and mental activities, such as household chores, exercise, and visiting with family and friends, may help lower the risk of dementia, according to a new study published in the July 27, 2022, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The study loo...

Cocoa shown to reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness in first real-life study | University of Surrey 08/04/2022

Cocoa shown to reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness in first real-life study | University of Surrey

Cocoa shown to reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness in first real-life study | University of Surrey We use cookies to help our site work, to understand how it is used, and to tailor ads that are more relevant to you and your interests.

New study finds lowest risk of death was among adults who exercised 150-600 minutes/week 08/04/2022

New study finds lowest risk of death was among adults who exercised 150-600 minutes/week

New study finds lowest risk of death was among adults who exercised 150-600 minutes/week Research Highlights: An analysis of physical activity and medical records for more than 100,000 people over 30 years found that individuals who performed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ currently recommended range of duration of...

Wearing Your Fitness On Your Sleeve Is Great For The Heart 07/28/2022

Wearing Your Fitness On Your Sleeve Is Great For The Heart

Wearing Your Fitness On Your Sleeve Is Great For The Heart New findings from Australian researchers have endorsed what millions of people around the world believe: fitness trackers, pedometers and smart watches motivate us to exercise more and lose weight.

Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay? New research | Aston University 07/21/2022

Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay? New research | Aston University

Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay? New research | Aston University Published on 13/07/2022 Study found frequent fruit eaters had greater positive mental wellbeingThe study surveyed 428 adults and looked at the relationship between their consumption of fruit, vegetables, sweet and savoury food snacks and their psychological healthThe more often people ate fruit, the...

Study Finds Women Have More Brain Changes After Menopause 07/07/2022

Study Finds Women Have More Brain Changes After Menopause

Study Finds Women Have More Brain Changes After Menopause Grow your career and enhance your membership experience. Find resources for wellness, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.

Fake meat "less nutritious" than real thing, according to new research 06/30/2022

Fake meat "less nutritious" than real thing, according to new research

Fake meat "less nutritious" than real thing, according to new research Experiments found human cells take in fewer proteins from the vegan versions — because they are harder to absorb.

Hidden Hazards 06/30/2022

Hidden Hazards

Hidden Hazards Lead, radon, and mold can live in your home and cause health issues. Find out how to test for these toxins and take action.

Nicotinamide Riboside: Benefits, Side Effects and Dosage 06/02/2022

Nicotinamide Riboside: Benefits, Side Effects and Dosage

Prescription NAD+ is now available at North Dallas Wellness Center!

Nicotinamide Riboside: Benefits, Side Effects and Dosage Nicotinamide riboside — also called niagen — supports many aspects of healthy aging. This article reviews nicotinamide riboside, its benefits, side effects and dosage.

Do Compression Garments Facilitate Muscle Recovery After Exercise? 06/02/2022

Do Compression Garments Facilitate Muscle Recovery After Exercise?

Wearing a compression garment during or after training does not facilitate muscle recovery.

Do Compression Garments Facilitate Muscle Recovery After Exercise? An international research team performed a systematic review of the research and found that compression garments worn during or after exercise do not facilitate muscle recovery.

WVU Today | Glucosamine may reduce overall death rates as effectively as regular exercise, says WVU study 05/19/2022

WVU Today | Glucosamine may reduce overall death rates as effectively as regular exercise, says WVU study

Glucosamine may reduce overall death rates

WVU Today | Glucosamine may reduce overall death rates as effectively as regular exercise, says WVU study Glucosamine supplements may reduce overall mortality about as well as regular exercise does, according to a new epidemiological study from West Virginia University.

Higher Antioxidant Levels Linked to Lower Dementia Risk 05/12/2022

Higher Antioxidant Levels Linked to Lower Dementia Risk

Higher Antioxidant Levels Linked to Lower Dementia Risk Grow your career and enhance your membership experience. Find resources for wellness, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.

Poor sleep may undermine people’s attempts to keep weight off - EASO 05/12/2022

Poor sleep may undermine people’s attempts to keep weight off - EASO

Poor sleep may undermine people’s attempts to keep weight off - EASO Randomised trial finds poor sleeping habits may contribute to regaining weight after weight loss in adults with obesity. But exercise during weight loss maintenance may help maintain improvements in sleep quality. New research being presented at this year’s congress (poster PO3.26) shows that not ...

Stop the clocks: Brisk walking may slow biological ageing process, study shows 05/07/2022

Stop the clocks: Brisk walking may slow biological ageing process, study shows

https://le.ac.uk/news/2022/april/walking-speed-ageing

Stop the clocks: Brisk walking may slow biological ageing process, study shows A new study of genetic data published today (Wednesday) of more than 400,000 UK adults has revealed a clear link between walking pace and a...

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today 05/06/2022

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today

In other words, Nave says, "the people who can benefit the most from drinking less are the people who are already drinking the most."

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today The Penn-led research, using a dataset of more than 36,000 adults, revealed that going from one to two drinks a day was associated with changes in the brain equivalent to aging two years. Heavier drinking was linked with an even greater toll.

Obesity significantly increased heart failure risk among women with late menopause 04/21/2022

Obesity significantly increased heart failure risk among women with late menopause

Obesity significantly increased heart failure risk among women with late menopause Research Highlights: While women who enter menopause before age 45 are known to be at higher risk of heart failure, obesity significantly increased heart failure risk among women who experienced late menopause – at age 55 or older, according to a new ...

New study reveals that healthy plant-based diets are associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes – Diabetologia 04/21/2022

New study reveals that healthy plant-based diets are associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes – Diabetologia

New study reveals that healthy plant-based diets are associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes – Diabetologia New study reveals that healthy plant-based diets are associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes Embargo: 2301H UK time Friday 8 April New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) finds that the consumption of healthy plant...

About 1 in 4 adults has an often-missed liver disorder linked to higher heart disease risk 04/21/2022

About 1 in 4 adults has an often-missed liver disorder linked to higher heart disease risk

About 1 in 4 adults has an often-missed liver disorder linked to higher heart disease risk Statement Highlights: It is estimated that about one in four adults worldwide has an abnormal build-up of fat in the liver, called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). NAFLD can lead to permanent liver damage, and heart disease is the leading ...

Good hydration may reduce long-term risks for heart failure | NHLBI, NIH 04/07/2022

Good hydration may reduce long-term risks for heart failure | NHLBI, NIH

Good hydration may reduce long-term risks for heart failure | NHLBI, NIH Serum sodium levels may help identify adults with a greater chance of experiencing heart disease     Staying well-hydrated may be associated with a

Eating two servings of avocados a week linked to lower risk of cardiovascular disease 04/07/2022

Eating two servings of avocados a week linked to lower risk of cardiovascular disease

Eating two servings of avocados a week linked to lower risk of cardiovascular disease Research Highlights: A 30-year study of more than 110,000 health professionals found that participants who ate at least two servings of avocado a week had a lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to those who rarely ate avocados. Replacing ...

New Data Reveals the Most Stressed Hour and Day of the Week for American Women 04/07/2022

New Data Reveals the Most Stressed Hour and Day of the Week for American Women

New Data Reveals the Most Stressed Hour and Day of the Week for American Women myAir Analyzed 16 Billion Data Points to Provide Unique Insights on When Americans Experience the Most Stress

100g of cranberries a day improves cardiovascular health 04/01/2022

100g of cranberries a day improves cardiovascular health

100g of cranberries a day improves cardiovascular health A new clinical trial found daily consumption of cranberries for one month improved cardiovascular function in healthy men.

A non-hormonal pill could soon expand men’s birth control options - American Chemical Society 04/01/2022

A non-hormonal pill could soon expand men’s birth control options - American Chemical Society

A non-hormonal pill could soon expand men’s birth control options - American Chemical Society Scientists report a non-hormonal male contraceptive that effectively prevents pregnancy in mice, without obvious side effects.

Nordic diet lowers cholesterol and blood sugar – even if you don't lose weight 03/17/2022

Nordic diet lowers cholesterol and blood sugar – even if you don't lose weight

Nordic diet lowers cholesterol and blood sugar – even if you don't lose weight A healthy Nordic diet can prevent a range of diseases. Until now, the health benefits attributed to a Nordic diet by researchers primarily focused on weight loss. But in a new study, University of Copenhagen researchers and their Nordic colleagues found clear evidence that a Nordic diet can lower bl...

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today 03/17/2022

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today

The research, using a dataset of more than 36,000 adults, revealed that going from one to two drinks a day was associated with changes in the brain equivalent to aging two years. Heavier drinking was linked with an even greater toll.

One alcoholic drink a day linked with reduced brain size | Penn Today The Penn-led research, using a dataset of more than 36,000 adults, revealed that going from one to two drinks a day was associated with changes in the brain equivalent to aging two years. Heavier drinking was linked with an even greater toll.

Lifting Weights Lowers The Risk Of Death From All Causes 03/10/2022

Lifting Weights Lowers The Risk Of Death From All Causes

Lifting Weights Lowers The Risk Of Death From All Causes 30-60 mins of weekly muscle-strengthening activity is linked to 10-20% lower death risk from all causes and from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer, in particular, but no there is no conclusive evidence that more than an hour of this activity is more effective according to a recent meta-an...

Low-meat and meat-free diets associated with lower overall cancer risk 03/10/2022

Low-meat and meat-free diets associated with lower overall cancer risk

Low-meat and meat-free diets associated with lower overall cancer risk Eating meat five times or less per week is associated with a lower overall cancer risk, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC Medicine.

Meta-analysis of 15 Studies Reports New Findings on How Many Daily Walking Steps Needed for Longevity Benefit | UMass Amherst 03/10/2022

Meta-analysis of 15 Studies Reports New Findings on How Many Daily Walking Steps Needed for Longevity Benefit | UMass Amherst

Walking at least 7,000 steps a day reduced middle-aged people's risk of premature death.

Meta-analysis of 15 Studies Reports New Findings on How Many Daily Walking Steps Needed for Longevity Benefit | UMass Amherst A meta-analysis of 15 studies involving nearly 50,000 people from four continents offers new insights into identifying the amount of daily walking steps that will optimally improve adults’ health and longevity.

Do Pets Have a Positive Effect on Your Brain Health? 03/03/2022

Do Pets Have a Positive Effect on Your Brain Health?

Study Shows Long-Term Pet Ownership Linked to Slower Decline in Cognition Over Time

Do Pets Have a Positive Effect on Your Brain Health? Grow your career and enhance your membership experience. Find resources for wellness, equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism, and social justice.

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years 03/03/2022

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years

Exercise, healthy diet in midlife may prevent serious health conditions in senior years Research Highlights: Regular exercise and a healthy diet for middle-aged adults may be key to achieving optimal cardiometabolic health later in life. Cardiometabolic health risk factors include the metabolic syndrome, a cluster of health conditions...

Meet Dr. David Fein

Dr. Fein specializes in health and wellness, weight management, and anti-aging programs. He strives to provide each patient with the time, respect and attention that they deserve, offering a level of personalized care that is not often seen in today’s medical offices.

Dr. Fein attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he graduated cm laude with a degree in biology. He graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas in 1982 and has been serving the medical needs of the North Texas community ever since. Dr. Fein is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Fein is also a member of the Texas Medical Association and the Dallas County Medical Society, as well as the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.

Dr. Fein constantly sharpens his medical knowledge with continuing medical education in testosterone therapy, bio-identical hormone optimization, medical weight loss, anti-aging interventions, alternative and homeopathic medicine, and other complementary medicine regimens.

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