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Is Diet Soda As Bad for Your Teeth as Drugs? Lower Parkinson Could Obesity Be Identified with a Breath Test? Don Michael Omidi, MD Looks at Added Sugars and Obesity
 

Is Diet Soda As Bad for Your Teeth as Drugs?

New reports are claiming that addiction to soda may be as dangerous to teeth as use of crystal meth and crack cocaine.  Soda has been shown to have significant repercussions on health, especially when overused, and new evidence is suggesting that this extends to our teeth as well. A report that was published in General [...]

Lower Parkinson’s Risk with Peppers and Tomatoes

Michael Omidi, MD looks at the benefits that naturally occurring nicotine in peppers and tomatoes can have on the risk of Parkinson’s. Studies have shown that those who use tobacco may have a lower risk of contracting Parkinson’s disease later in their lives. These studies strongly suggest that the lowered risk is a result of [...]

Could Obesity Be Identified with a Breath Test?

Breath tests may offer a new way to identify obesity. Dr. Michael Omidi, MD discusses new findings from research on obesity. In the past several years researchers have studied the possibility of using breath tests to diagnosis diabetes, heart disease, and even certain types of cancers. Now, it seems, it may be possible to identify [...]

Don’t Let Fear Of Weight Gain Stop You From Quitting Smoking

The benefits to quitting smoking far outweigh any potential weight gained in the process. Michael Omidi, MD examines the benefits of quitting smoking and how putting on a few extra pounds is worth it. A common concern among smokers contemplating giving up the habit is the amount of weight that they may gain in the [...]

Michael Omidi, MD Looks at Added Sugars and Obesity

Michael Omidi, MD discusses a new petition to limit the amount of added sugars in beverages. Do added sugars deserve all of the blame that they receive for obesity? The consumer group Center for Science in the Public Interest recently submitted a petition to the FDA asking them to not only identify a safe level [...]

Dr. Michael Omidi, MD Looks at Disparity in Breast Cancer Survival

31 October 2012

Previous studies have shown that there is a significant racial disparity when it comes to survival through breast cancer, but here Dr. Michael Omidi, MD discusses the most up to date information regarding this serious issue. This is Dr. Michael Omidi, MD and as Breast Cancer Awareness month ends I wanted to briefly discuss this finding [...]

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Michael Omidi Talks About the Sex-Trafficking Epidemic

16 October 2012

Michael Omidi, M.D. from No More Poverty here to alert you to the fact that, worldwide, nearly 30 million people are living in slavery. As disgraceful as this is, even more disgraceful is the fact that modern-day slavery is largely fueled by poverty, which is something that we all can and must address. A recent [...]

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Michael Omidi, MD Reviews Man Changing Cancer Care

27 September 2012

Michael Omidi, MD has just learned of one young man’s struggle against cancer and the ripple effect it may have on cancer care. Many doctors, including Michael Omidi, MD, see the potential to change cancer care thanks to one brave young man. One young man, aged 24, has unfortunately had to endure more than 350 [...]

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Children’s Hunger Fund Recives Support from Michael Omidi

13 September 2012

When my brother, Julian Omidi, and I first formed our organization, No More Poverty, we knew that children were literally going hungry because their parents couldn’t afford food and other basic necessities. This caused a myriad of emotions, such as anger, sadness and frustration, but it also ignited a passion in the two of us [...]

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Foundation for Second Chances

Michael Omidi, MD and his brother Julian are dedicated to No More Poverty’s mission

06 September 2012

No More Poverty Supports Foundation for Second Chances No More Poverty, the charitable organization created by Michael Omidi, MD along with his brother Julian Omidi, has recently announced its support of the Los Angeles-based youth outreach organization known as Foundation for Second Chances. The brothers believe strongly in the mission of Foundation for Second Chances [...]

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Omidi Brothers Provide Support for Youth in South Los Angeles

29 August 2012

Omidi Brothers Dr. Michael and Julian Omidi know that many people are struggling in poverty. That is why Omidi Brothers Michael and Julian founded a non-profit organization to aid those in need wherever and however they may be suffering. Those living in South Los Angeles (formerly known as South Central) deal with many hardships related [...]

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How No More Poverty Will Engage Millenials in Philanthropy

06 August 2012

Dr. Michael Omidi here to tell you about how I, Michael Omidi, and my brother Julian Omidi have set up a not-for-profit organization known as No More Poverty. The No More Poverty (NMP.org) organization we have founded has many goals, including helping other charities in their unique efforts to end poverty, and also developing business [...]

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