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The Partners in Health and Biz show was created to inform, educate and inspire the community to appreciate the benefits of healthy living, nutrition and exercise. In addition, we highlight business owners from various career fields to learn what makes them successful and to promote their products and services.

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An innovative author with her own experience on the need to find alternative health therapies is here to talk not just wellness, but the challenges of getting this accepted by leaders. Our hearts go out to that great cancer battler, Sen. John... more

An innovative author with her own experience on the need to find alternative health therapies is here to talk not just wellness, but the challenges of getting this accepted by leaders. Our hearts go out to that great cancer battler, Sen. John... more

We all have a restless night's sleep from time to time. But sometimes the cause of our sleepless nights are due to the bad habits we have adopted throughout our lives. If your sleep is frequently disturbed during the night, do you know why?... more

How well do you think marketing execs are doing at reaching minorities with SOLID health info? Tune in NOW 4 insights why it IS an issue and what is being worked on with my Biz guest on Partners in Health & Biz

If you've been spooning down yogurt and embracing the tang of kombucha in the name of digestive well-being, you're probably familiar with probiotics. The health-supporting powers of these live active cultures found in fermented foods... more

There are more and more Americans who are self-employed...but most news never talks about how they're affected by constant changes in health insurance. What if you're older (a retiree now tackling a dream)? How about millenials who... more

In 1970, only 10 percent of Americans suffered from a rhinitis allergy, the miserable runny-nose, watery-eye reaction associated with hay fever and other seasonal woes. By 2010, the percentage had grown to 30 percent. The number... more

Health reporter/media consultant Wendy Meyeroff started introducing folks to radio (and Podcasts) almost a decade ago. Solid advice on getting on air and surviving. Also info on FREE 10 Step handout for radio guesting and coming on board... more

First up, a new study released by Mayo Clinic Proceedings found that, "Drinking large amounts of coffee may be bad" for people under the age of 55. "A study of more than 40,000 individuals found a statistically significant 21% increased... more

Wendy Meyeroff, president of WM Medical Communications, has been a writer/editor and marketing consultant in healthcare issues for over 20 years. Starting her career as a journalist helps her always create factual but fascinating... more
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