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  • 00:35

    Heather's Story

    in Health

    What do you need to know if you are going to have an operation or are trying to recover from an operation to help you to be better prepared and better able to recover quickly and easily?
     Our guest for this episode, Heather Campbell is the CEO & Co-Founder of a marvelous program, “ReadySetRecover” an online educational and inspirational program that provides action steps to help patients and their caregivers prepare for and recover from surgery in a better way. As she tells us,”For 28 days participants are emailed every morning with a framework that helps them focus and take control during a time when everything can feel out of control”.She goes on to explain, "Participants have said it is like having a good friend holing your hand throughout the surgery journey…who will kindly and gently remind you that being good to yourself and setting yourself up to succeed now means an easier and faster recovery”.

  • 01:41

    Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Old Dominion

    in Health

    October's Diabetes Late Nite podcast focuses on what scares you most about diabetes with musical inspiration from the chart-topping band, Old Dominion.
    Does diabetes and/or it's diabetes health-related complications scare you?  How does this fear affect your life and your daily self-care, and more important, what do you do about it?
    Small amounts of fear might energize you and get you to pay attention, but the threat has to seem manageable. If there’s nothing you can do, and the future looks too awful, you will tend to give up and try to enjoy the time you have left.
    Of course, some fear of diabetes is justified. The complications of diabetes are truly scary. So are the effects it can have on your family and your finances.
    Fears are stressful, and stress isn’t good for diabetes. Fear increases insulin resistance and blood pressure and interferes with the body’s natural healing systems. It makes it harder to enjoy life.
    So what do we do about it? I think we take the best care of ourselves that we can and by doing we reduce our stress and even feel better about our diabetes lives. 
    Diabetes Late Nite is a fast-paced, full-filled hour of diabetes education and wellness advice that encourages listeners to “laugh a little, learn a lot.”
    Guests include Poet Lorraine Brooks, Dr. Lori Shemek PhD, Ansely Dalbo, Dr. Michele Summers Colon DPM, Dr. Andrea Chisholm MD,OB-GYN, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Ansley Daibo, Jackie Mernit Muhlstock and Mama Rose Marie.
    Throughout the podcast we will be playing selected songs from Old Dominion’s “Happy Endings” album courtesy of SONY Music.

  • 00:32

    Meet Roy Hinman MD Island Doctors

    in Health

    On the Wednesday July 1st, 2015 broadcast at 9 AM Pacific and 12 Noon Eastern PopHealth Weeks pivots to a progressive physician operation in North Florida innovating via risk arrangements with major health plans.
    PopHealth Week’s guest on July 1 is Roy Hinman, MD the founder and CEO of Island Doctors which employs more than 50 people within 14 offices in Florida stretching from Jacksonville to Interlachen and New Smyrna Beach. He opened his first family practice office in 1991 on Anastasia Island in St. Augustine, Florida.
    Dr. Hinman is a pioneer and began to take full risk Medicare Advantage in 1998. Since then, Dr. Hinman’s practice has grown to approximately 16,000 capitated Medicare Advantage patients in Florida. He anticipates having 20 offices by the end of 2015 to meet the demand. In addition to his owned offices, they also manage a network of 32 affiliated providers.
    With innovative programs targeting diabetes, COPD, cholesterol, smoking and weight loss, he understands keeping patients healthy and how to manage capitated contracts.  His comments may surprise you.
    Dr. Hinman is Board-Certified in Family Practice and is a member of the Florida Medical Association, the American Association of Family Practitioners, the Florida Association of Family Practitioners, the St. Johns County Medical Society and the American Academy of Anti-Aging, and has full Family Practice admitting privileges at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida where he has been an active staff member since 1991.

  • 00:31

    Entrevista con Maria Guadalupe ¨Malu¨ Guajardo Alatorre de Monterrey México

    in Health

    Hoy es Domingo de Radio Lyme y no se pierdan mi entrevista con la bella y talentosa Maria Guadalupe ¨Malu¨ Guajardo Alatorre de Monterrey Nuevo Leon México.  Malu nos hablara sobre la alimentacion y los suplementos que debemos de llevar en nuestros protocolos. ¡Les imploro que nos acompañen para esta interesante entrevista!

  • 00:09

    Free Online Weight Loss and Rebalancing course By Dr. Cat Ph.D

    in Health

    I would like to share a little about myself.  Born and raised in Stuttgart- Heilbronn, German and moved to the US (California, Hawaii and Virginia) in my early twenties and I now reside in Hampshire, United Kingdom.  I consider myself a global citizen and work and travel throughout the world. 
    I am a Holistic Health Practitioner and have been a US Registered Nurse for over 25 years.  I spent years in oncology and hospice and became very interested in a more natural holistic approach to living. I decided to go back to school and years later received a doctorate in Holistic Health. Most of my clients have been ill for many years and have sought out various methods of treatment. I am a firm believer in the body’s ability to restore its balance. Being a medical intuitive offers insight into the emotional, spiritual and psychological issue that lies at the root of the imbalance. I use hair analysis, homeopathy and homotoxicology, vitamin and minerals to correct imbalance and remove toxins from the body. 
    My five children have left the nest and this has allowed me to make exciting new changes to my business. My passion is to help others build and develop business opportunities within the Health and Wellness Industry. 

  • 00:03

    #MusicTherapy #JournalClub for JMT v53(3)

    in Health

    Dr. Meganne Masko and Janice Lindstrom will discuss the articles published in the Journal of Music Therapy Volume 53 number 3 (Fall 2016). In this issue, there are four articles: Analysis of Lyrics from Group Songwriting with Bereaved Adolescents (Fiore), Development of the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Advanced Huntington's Disease: A Pilot Validation Study (O'Kelly & Bodak), Neural Activations of Guided Imagery and Music in Negative Emotional Processing: A Functional MRI Study (Lee, Han, & Park), and Training Endogenous Task Shifting Using Music Therapy: A Feasibility Study (Lynch & LaGasse).

  • 01:59

    What does your breast say about your health?

    in Health

    This weekly two-hour show will address the issues of women head on! Whether you have faced severe physical or emotional trauma, had to deal with an unexpected health challenge, or simply need to reconnect with your spirit, this show will not only allow you to hear from women with similar experiences but to get the support and empowerment you need.  Everything is up for discussion and YOU are the focus each and every week! Let's talk about what's holding you back from being your BEST self; let's talk about how you can HEAL YOUR LIFE! 

  • 00:30

    Empowered Touring to Avoid the Pitfalls of Nursing Home Placement

    in Health

    In the wake of Nursing Home closings learning how to tour a nursing home is a skill you need to have.  
    Today Cathy Braxton and Tony Fischer join me in conversation about the importance of touring and preparing you and you loved one for placement.

  • 00:59

    E32: Dr. Irwin Goldstein Shares the Truth & Science Behind PFS

    in Health

    Today we have the world renowned Dr. Irwin Goldstein from San Diego Sexual Medicine on our podcast.  This is a very special episode for me because he was the doctor that has greatly assisted me when I was going through the worst parts of PFS.  For those that want to know the science and truth behind PFS, join us for a truth shattering discussion about the science behind Post Finasteride Syndrome.
    If you'd like to appear as a guest on this show, or speak with Amir offline, please email: pfsglobalradio@gmail.com.
    **FOR MORE INFO ABOUT DR. GOLDSTEIN VISIT: http://www.sandiegosexualmedicine.com/

  • 00:19

    Family Travel! A Look at Family-Friendly Gluten-Free Destinations

    in Nutrition

    Vanessa and her almost 4-year-old son are talking about fun activities to do for Brandon's upcoming birthday party. Brandon loves staying in hotels and going to new places, but with his recent celiac diagnosis, things are going to be a little bit more tricky. Brandon is all about Mickey Mouse these days, but can people on a gluten-free diet successfully travel to Disney or other family-friendly resorts? Traveling with a family can be a daunting experience. Add in a gluten-free diet and the challenges can be overwhelming. In this episode of the podcast, Erin Smith – also known as the Gluten-Free Globetrotter — sits down to discuss strategies for family travel and top accommodating destinations. 

  • 00:13

    Assets & Aging Live Podcast: May 24, 2017

    in Caregiving

    Seventy-third Episode of live weekly interactive Podcast, hosted by Bob Scrivano of Assets and Aging.
    Premiered Wednesday May 24, 2017 at noon on www.assetsandaging.com. 
    Featured Topic: "Navigating Frailty" - My First eBook