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The ”in good shape” studio discussion: each week we invite an expert to the studio to talk about issues concerning health and well-being. Topics include alternative or conventional medicine, exercise, nutrition and wellness. That and more on ”in good shape” every week on DW-TV.
 
Give birth on your own terms.
 
Dr. Roger Welton and Dr. Karen Louis are both experienced, practicing veterinarians that write extensively on their respective blogs (Web-DVM.Net and VetChick.com). They co-host this show to discuss the topics that inspire them to blog, while offering their unique experiences and training to offer listeners varied perspectives on pet issues of the day.
 
Hello, I’m Dr. Ed of Vet24seven. I’m here to introduce you to some of America’s best veterinarians, whom we’ll ask to provide expertise on topics that matter to you and your pets. We hope you enjoy their insights and stories to help ensure that your pets stay healthy and happy. Vet24seven is a veterinary network and mobile app that allows you to bring a veterinarian to your pet via video or chat on your mobile device, anytime, anywhere. Convenience, better animal health, and peace of mind … ...
 
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Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the March 15/19, 2019 issue
 
In Good Shape meets specialist Dr. Fernando Dimeo at a sports medicine treatment facility in Berlin. He knows the most frequent causes of back pain, and shows how to prevent it - and how to provide relief through exercise.
 
Marissa Hoechstetter is one of more than 17 women currently suing Columbia University and its associated hospitals for a 20-year "massive coverup" of Ob/Gyn Dr. Robert Hadden's sexual abuse of patients. In this episode, she talks about her long path to justice for the sexual assaults she suffered at Dr. Hadden's hands, getting his name off her ...…
 
Dr Bernd Kleine-Gunk is head of the German Society for Anti-Aging Medicine. He talks about ways to remain active and healthy in old age.
 
In Good Shape talks to Dr. Stefan Mundlos at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics. The geneticist explains which diseases have a genetic component, as well as the pros and cons of genetic testing.
 
In Good Shape speaks with Dr. Viviane Bremer about sexually transmitted diseases at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. She is an expert on HIV and other STIs, and she explains how to best protect yourself from becoming infected and how the diseases can be treated.
 
Martina Hartmann works at Berlin's Dick & Dünn advisory center for people with eating disorders. Dr. Christian Thiele is a specialist in psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy, and he's medical director of the Theodor-Wenzel-Werk clinic in Berlin.
 
In a town with one hospital and two doctors, Amy Woods describes her labor and subsequent surgery without pain medication. She also talks about the effects on her and her family afterwards and the hospital's response to the incident."The doctor said I had to have a c-section because I wasn't progressing. They were kind of, a little messy with t ...…
 
Dr. Christine Hampel tells us about the most effective treatments for chronic pain. She's head of the pain clinic at a Berlin hospital.
 
This episode to open 2019 covers the top 5 pet resolutions pet owners should strive for, at least from the perspective of our veterinarian co-hosts, Dr. Roger Welton and Dr. Karen Louis. Their top pet resolutions come from their review of hindsight issues and health concerns they observed in 2018 veterinary clinical practice (in addition to bei ...…
 
Achim Kramer has developed a blood test which gives information about an individual's chronobiological predisposition. The chronobiologist works at the Institute for Medical Immunology at Berlin's Charité Hospital.
 
When our eyesight starts to fail, eye disease could be the cause. We talk to Prof. Antonia Joussen of Berlin’s Charité Hospital about the progression of various diseases and the treatments that are available.
 
Veterinarian co-hosts Dr. Roger and Dr. Karen discuss the use of medical marijuana for treatment of diseases in dogs and cats. In particularly they focus on the increasingly popular trend of CBD (aka, cannabis) oil products whose sale is popping up just about everywhere. Our co-hosts sift through which types of products have real clinical benef ...…
 
Why we all need to stop making excuses and start exercising: In Good Shape Fit talks fitness and motivation with sports psychologist Prof. Ralf Brand from the University of Potsdam.
 
Alabama doula Kirsten Clark talks about an intense experience watching obstetric violence happen right in front of her, and how her practice has evolved as a result.* TRIGGER WARNING FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT AND OBSTETRIC VIOLENCE *The doctor walked in, put on gloves, and stuck both hands into the laboring mom’s vagina. There was no consent. He didn’ ...…
 
In Good Shape talks to dentist Stephan Ziegler about oral hygiene, the causes of dental phobia and how it can be managed.
 
We talk to Dr. Tobias Kramer from the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine in Berlin about washing your hands properly; and about the hotbed of bacteria in every home - the kitchen.
 
In this emotional episode, Jennifer Smith describes having a Cesarean without consent after medical staff ignored her decision to have a vaginal birth rather than repeat surgery, and her trauma afterwards."I'm numb from the waist down and I have no idea what they're doing to my lower body. I'm just this object lying on a table for them to cut u ...…
 
Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the December 04, 2018 issue
 
Dr. Roger and Dr. Karen discuss the sharp differences between chemotherapy for cancer treatment in pets versus for humans. Both of our practicing veterinarian co-hosts reflect on pet owner apprehension and even at times shock at the mere mention of chemotherapy for treatment of cancer for dogs and cats. With the rise in cancer in pets it is pos ...…
 
In Good Shape talks to emergency room doctor and drug researcher, Dr. Andrea Zeuch. She explains the effects of various drugs, as well as the dangers, and discusses the best methods for reducing your risk of addiction
 
Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the November 20, 2018 issue
 
Neurologist Patricia Krause and tai chi instructor Mirko Lorenz explain why movement and exercise helps Parkinson’s patients. What types of movement are best?
 
Computer and media scientist Alexander Markowetz has been examining the issue of excessive smartphone use. He explains how smartphone addiction starts, what long-term effects it can have and what can be done to counteract them.
 
Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the November 06, 2018 issue
 
Dr. Matthias Blüher talks to In Good Shape about the health risks associated with obesity. He explains which treatments work best and why the causes of obesity include genetic as well as psychological factors.
 
Dr. Carsten Lekutat talks to renowned psychiatrist and stress researcher Dr. Mazda Adli about the physical and psychological impact of city life. They also look into ways of finding peace and tranquility within urban surroundings.
 
WARNING: This story includes graphic detail and may be difficult to listen to.Part 2 of 2:In this stomach-churning episode, nurse "Britany" describes witnessing what she describes as a violation and assault on a laboring woman: a so-called "manual episiotomy" by the doctor--a move she discovered was routine for him.Find out what happened when s ...…
 
Microbiologist Andreas Diefenbach talks about new findings on the crucial role the gut microbiome plays in maintaining health and causing sickness. It looks like it is implicated in a whole range of conditions and diseases.
 
WARNING: This story includes graphic detail and may be difficult to listen to.Part 1 of 2: In this stomach-churning episode, nurse "Britany" describes witnessing what she describes as a violation and assault on a laboring woman: a so-called "manual episiotomy" by the doctor--a move she discovered was routine for him.Find out what happened when ...…
 
Gynecologist Dr. Mandy Mangler treats women with cancer. She talks about the role of exercise and diet in reducing the risk of developing cancer.
 
Dr. Roger and Dr. Karen discuss a recent investigation launched by the FDA (prompted by a group of veterinary cardiologists) regarding a troublingly credible link between the deadly heart disease in dogs, dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), and the feeding of grain free dog food. Our veterinary co-hosts also delve into the deceptive marketing engaged ...…
 
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