Cardiometobolic Beats

In an effort to tackle the complexities of cardiometabolic health, CMHC presents Cardiometabolic Beat, a podcast where we bring you expert perspectives and views on the latest and clinically- relevant topics in cardiometabolic care.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Patients with Anne Peters, MD

Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Patients with Anne Peters, MD

Today we have Dr. Anne Peters on the podcast telling us all about Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Patients.
RECORDED July 26, 2022

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Treatment for Obesity for Patients with Dr. Wyatt

Treatment for Obesity for Patients with Dr. Wyatt

Dr. Holly Wyatt's love for research began when she was just a child. She credits her father, an electrical engineer, with sparking her curiosity for the sciences and putting her on the path to becoming the clinical scientist she is today. Her personal challenges with “stopping the yo-yo” of dieting drove her to seek answers about metabolism and how the body and mind work together when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off forever. You don't want to miss her tips and tricks for treating patients with obesity in this podcast episode.
RECORDED July 12, 2022

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The Role of Tirzepatide in Managing Type 2 Diabetes with Anne Peters, MD

The Role of Tirzepatide in Managing Type 2 Diabetes with Anne Peters, MD

Recent data and the FDA approval of tirzepatide have generated a lot excitement in the medical community about the role of this agent in the treatment of type 2 diabetes and obesity. In this podcast, CMHC Co-Chair Dr. Anne Peters, Professor of Medicine at the University of Southern California in LA, discusses the clinical implications of this agent and its potential role now and going forward.
RECORDED June 29, 2022

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Joe Pizzorno Podcast

The Role of Toxins in the Development of Cardiometabolic Diseases with Joe Pizzorno, ND

Tune in to listen to Joe Pizzorno, ND, one of the world’s leading experts on science-based natural and integrative medicine, talk about the impact of environmental toxins in the development and exacerbation of cardiometabolic diseases, as well as what clinicians and patients can do to lower their burden on health and outcomes. Also, please don’t forget to rate, subscribe/follow, and leave us a 5-star review!
RECORDED June 14, 2022

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Filomena Trindade Diabetes Podcast

Diabetes: The Questions You Need to be Asking Your Patients

Listen as Dr. Filomena Trindade, a physician, teacher, author, and internationally recognized speaker who focuses on functional medicine and a holistic preventative approach to care, discusses the diabetes questions you’ll want to be asking your patients. You don’t want to miss what she has to say in this part two podcast special! Also, don’t forget to rate, subscribe or follow, and leave a 5-star review!
RECORDED June 2, 2022

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Linda Shiue Food Podcast

Food as Fuel and Her New Cookbook filled with Spices and Recipes that are Good for the Heart, with Linda Shiue, MD

Listen in to our part two of our conversation with Linda Shiue, MD, an internist and professionally trained chef in the department of Adult and Family Medicine and the Director of Culinary Medicine at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco.
RECORDED May 17, 2022

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Anne L. Peters Podcast

Updated 2022 ADA Standards of Care with Anne Peters, MD

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) Standards of Care is an important guideline that sets the tone about diabetes treatment in the U.S. Tune in to listen to Anne L. Peters, MD, Professor of Medicine at the University of Southern California and co-author of the ADA Standards of Care, discuss important updates in the 2022 guidance.
RECORDED May 2, 2022

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Filomena Trindade Podcast

Can We Slow the Progression of Diabetes or Reverse It?

Dr. Filomena Trindade, a physician, teacher, author, and internationally recognized speaker who focuses on functional medicine and a holistic preventative approach to care discusses the potential reversal of Type 2 diabetes. You don’t want to miss what she has to say! Also, don’t forget to rate, subscribe or follow, and leave a 5-star review!
RECORDED April 19, 2022

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Kenneth Cusi Podcast

Perspectives and Emerging Developments in NAFLD and NASH with Kenneth Cusi, MD

Tune in to listen to Kenneth Cusi, MD talk about the increasing burden of NAFLD and NASH, important considerations for screening and diagnosis that clinicians in the community should be aware of, as well as perspectives about current and emerging treatments.
RECORDED April 4, 2022

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George Bakris Podcast

The Latest Cardiometabolic Concepts with Dr. George Bakris

Listen in as Dr. George Bakris, the Director of the Comprehensive Hypertension Center and kidney disease specialist, discusses the latest cardiometabolic concepts and new ways to help create helpful healing plans for patients.
RECORDED March 23, 2022

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Fatima Stanford Obesity

Addressing Disparities in Obesity Management with Fatima Stanford, MD

Listen in as Fatima Stanford, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, as well as Equity Director at Massachusetts General Hospital Endocrine Division, shares some practical pearls about addressing disparities in the management of obesity.
RECORDED February 23, 2022

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Mark Houston Podcast

Emerging Strategies in Cardiometabolic Medicine with Dr. Mark Houston, MD, MS, FACP, ABAARM

Listen in as Dr. Mark Houston, the Director of the Hypertension Institute – tripled boarded in hypertension as an American Society of Hypertension specialist, a Fellow of the American Society of Hypertension, Internal Medicine, and Anti-aging medicine discusses the emerging strategies in cardiometabolic medicine.
RECORDED February 23, 2022

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Keith Ferdinand Podcast

Looming Cardiometabolic Crisis: A Conversation about Race

Despite therapeutic advances, the cardiometabolic disease burden remains disproportionally high in patients from racial and ethnic populations. The reasons for these disparities are complex and underlined by social determinants of health and limited access to appropriate healthcare, among other factors. During this webinar, Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, hosted a panel with key opinion leaders to discuss the current state of these disparities as well as strategies to better help close these gaps going forward.
RECORDED February 22, 2022

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Javed Butler Heart Failure Podcast

Heart Failure: Making Sense of the Latest Developments with Javed Butler, MD

Tune in to hear Javed Butler, MD, renowned heart failure (HF) specialist and the principal investigator of several major HF trials, discuss the evolving paradigms of HF care, including the role of SGLT-2 inhibitors as part of foundational therapy, as
RECORDED February 15, 2022

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Matthew Weir Chronic Kidney Disease

The Evolving Spectrum of Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment with Matthew R. Weir, MD

Listen in to our conversation with renowned nephrologist and long-term CMHC faculty Mathew R. Weir, MD, who is Professor of Medicine and Division Head of Nephrology at University of Maryland School of Medicine. In this podcast, Dr. Weir covers the exciting new developments in the management of CKD, including SGLT-2 inhibitors and beyond, as well as practical pearls for better adopting these advances to patient care.
RECORDED January 28, 2022

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Linda Shiue Food Podcast

Food as Medicine with Dr Shiue

Listen in to our conversation with Linda Shiue, MD, an internist and professionally trained chef in the department of Adult and Family Medicine and the Director of Culinary Medicine at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco, and the author of the cookbook “Spicebox Kitchen: Eat Well and Be Healthy with globally inspired, vegetable-forward recipes”. In the podcast, she shares her unique insights on food as medicine, as well as some practical advice on how to better address nutrition in clinical practice.
RECORDED January 11, 2022

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Dr. Keith Ferdinand Podcast

Ethnic & Racial Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health

Listen in as Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, professor of medicine and Gerald S. Berenson Endowed Chair in Preventive Cardiology at the Tulane University School of Medicine and the Tulane Heart and Vascular Institute in New Orleans, Louisiana shares his insight on ethnic & racial disparities in cardiometabolic health. Dr. Ferdinand has dedicated his career to improving these disparities, and was recently named CMHC’s Educational Planning Advisor for Ethnic & Racial Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health.
RECORDED October 6, 2021

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Dr. Irl Hirsch COVID-19 and New-Onset Diabetes

COVID-19 and New-Onset Diabetes

Listen in as Dr. Irl Hirsch, Professor of Medicine and Diabetes Treatment and Teaching Chair at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, WA., presents an intriguing topic, that of new-onset diabetes due to COVID-19.
RECORDED September 21, 2021

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Dr. Geoffrey Barnes Podcast on VTE

VTE: A Discussion on Screening, Prevention, and Transition of Care

Listen in as Dr. Geoffrey Barnes, Assistant Professor of Medicine, as well as a cardiologist and vascular medicine specialist at the University of Michigan Health System, shares his clinical perspectives on the prevention and management of venous thromboembolism (VTE).
RECORDED September 16, 2021

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Vanita Aroda Clinical Pearls

Clinical Pearls for Individualizing T2DM Therapy with SGLT2 Inhibitors and GLP-1 RAs

Listen in as Dr. Vanita Aroda, Director of Diabetes Clinical Research at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and faculty at Harvard Medical School, covers the ever-changing landscape and paradigm shifts in the management of patients with type 2 diabetes.
RECORDED September 14, 2021

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Dr. Adam DeVore Podcast

Interview with Adam DeVore, MD, MHS

Listen in as Dr. Adam DeVore, cardiologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina, shares results from the CONNECT-HF trial.
RECORDED July 12, 2021

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