This is a full episode of Dr. Dean Edell's syndicated radio program, which airs on 136 stations across the United States. This episode re-aired on January 19, 2009, but was recorded during August of 2008. It airs on the radio station KGO (810 AM). The radio station offers free downloads of Mr. Edell's show in its archive section here: http://www.kgoam810.com/Article.asp?id=49920 under the 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. section.
In this episode, Dr. Dean shares his opinion about an Iowa State ruling on a dancing club, a recent death due to the sexual practice of bondage, the plastination of cadavers, and public criticism of an Olympics cyclist who wore a protective mask to mitigate the effects of air pollution in Beijing.
He shares studies on longevity in Japanese women, the efficacy of cocoa butter for stretch marks in pregnant women, pelvic pain in women, mattress firmness for lower back pain, and a medical journal's published findings about obesity trends.
He answers questions on yellow jacket stings, excessive perspiration, on sellers of fraudulently advertised juices and their failure rates, on whether the maturity of fruits and vegetables affects their nutrition, and on whether looking at the sun can damage the eye.
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