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Oct 19th, 2016

Is exercise absolutely necessary? In a college course I took 45 years ago called Anatomy and Physiology, the professor had one last question on our final exams. Mind you, this is a 12 month course, so ever correct answer counted.


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Oct 11th, 2016


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Oct 4th, 2016

Do you recall your introduction to fungus as "the cause" of disease?  Join me know and listen to a time when even my dear friend Kyle Drew questioned this discovery.


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Sept 27th, 2016

Cannabinol has been making headlines and subsequently causing Doctors to take a look at it’s potential benefits.


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Sept 13th, 2016

Frank Jordan is Know The Cause’s longest advertiser and we thank him for his loyalty! His base product is called Beta-Glucan. Listen and learn that Beta Glucan is actually a "biological defense modifier."


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Aug 31st, 2016

MedImmune, a division of Astra Zeneca, makes a product called FluMist Quadrivalent. According to, FluMist Quadrivalent is a vaccine that is sprayed into the nose to help protect against influenza.


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August 23rd, 2016

I'll never forget my interview with Dr. Ed Melman and Dawn Strohm a few years ago on the damage that breast implants can sometimes cause.  Afterward that interview, I wished that there was a safer way for women who wanted breast implants to accomplish getting them without such horrific side effects.


Recent Podcasts

Ep 39 - Women's Health: Over Diagnosis

Feb 10th, 2017

Medicine is a huge business and its basis is women!"
So I open this podcast questioning the need for medical testing and intervention.

Ep 38 - Running from Doctor to Doctor

Jan 31st, 2017

There are two things that I believe make competent physicians; being sick and recovering without pharmaceutical drugs, or learning about fungal mycotoxins and the role they play in most diseases that we patients suffer from.

Ep 37 - Ear, Nose & Throat

Jan 18th, 2017

Likely, one of the kindest and most genuinely passionate physicians I have ever met, Don Dennis, MD, an Ear, Nose and Throat physician and surgeon from Atlanta, Georgia, always impresses me.