Sunday, February 15, 2009
Tomorrow On The Doctor Ira Breite Show, Sirius 114 and XM 119
Happy President's Day! In honor of our President's, we'll start off the day by talking about our first President, George Washington. All of us have heard about his painful teeth, wooden dentures and general oral misery? What would have happened if he were with us today. Dr. Mark Wolff, DDS, of NYUs Dental School, will be here to shed some light on Washington as well as some of the issues confronting us non-presidents teeth.
If you have any questions about oral surgery, dentures, implants or bridges? Wonder whether your dentist is right, and if so, what it means?
Give us a call at 1-877-NYU-DOCS
After this, we're going to continue with our above the neck segment. Ronald Reagan passed away with Alzheimer's disease. A new study indicates that a Mediterranean Diet may help prevent Alzheimer's disease or slow its progression! Find out more with me and Dr. Keith Siller, the Medical Director of the NYU Comprehensive Stroke Center! (We'll ask him about Wilson's stroke, time permitting too!)
If you have any questions about Alzheimers disease prevention, now would be a great time to call. Our phone number at is 1-877-NYU-DOCS!
Then, exercise. Many President's have been exercise afficiandos, including our present one! But does Mr. Obama exercise with the First Lady? Belisa Vranich, PhyD, the Sport's Psychology Expert for the Gold's Gym Fitness Institute, will be with us in studio to talk about the benefits of a Couple's Workout. Given that my wife can run circles around me, I'm more than a little curious to hear what she has to say!
Finally, it will be a Presidential Ask Dr. Ira, where I will answer your questions on any medical topic as well as go through some of the interesting cases that I have seen in my own office.
GIVE ME A CALL AT 1-877-NYU-DOCS!
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