• 00:50

    What the Heck is That Thing: When to See a Dermatologist

    in Women

    How do you know when it's time to see a dermatologist?

    Have you ever spotted something odd on your skin and thought, "What the heck is that?" In this edition of The Paula's Choice Radio Show, Paula and Bryan discuss how you can tell the difference between skin concerns that you can treat yourself—and those times you should absolutely see a dermatologist.  

    For more on tricky skin issues, visit Paulaschoice.com.

  • 00:09

    Dr. Linda Stein Gold shares insight on skin on Life Lessons

    in Lifestyle

    The winter months brings many wonderful things – cold snowy nights, hot spiced cider and a good book read in front of the fire. However, these winter favorites can also act as triggers for a common, chronic skin condition called rosacea, characterized by bumps, pimples and redness on the face. These symptoms often cause sufferers stress and frustration. Dermatologist, Dr. Linda Stein Gold shares the latest news, tips and tricks the estimated 16 million Americans living with rosacea can consider to keep their condition from flaring up this winter and all year long.


     


    -       Common triggers for rosacea and the surprising solutions


    o    People with rosacea may be shocked at how many rosacea triggers exist in their immediate environment including cold wind, hot drinks, spicy foods and Demodex mites, which are normal inhabitants of everyone’s skin, but may act as a trigger in rosacea sufferers. 


    -       How to avoid rosacea flare-ups


     


    -       A newly available prescription treatment that is causing major buzz in the medical community, and how it can help rosacea sufferers


     


    Linda Stein Gold, M.D., Detroit, Mich., Galderma consultant and clinical investigator for the phase 3 studies of Soolantra® (ivermectin) Cream, 1% is available for interviews. She is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology,

  • 00:56

    #176: Bacne, SAD in Boston, AIP & Time Saving Kitchen Tips

    in Health

    Topics:
    1.  What’s new for you from Diane & Liz [1:40]
    2.  Shout Out: Jen Sinkler [10:58]
    3.  This week in the Paleosphere: Autoimmune paleo diet article [22:51]
    Listener Questions:
    4. Holistic dermatologist, the Clarisonic, and cystic back acne [31:12]
    5. Autoimmune shopping list has the very items I avoid; tell me why? [37:34]
    6. Moving out of the sun of Florida to Boston [42:27]
    7. Diane’s Kitchen tip: 3 time saving products in the kitchen  [47:24]
    8. Liz’s fertility tip of the week: don’t rely on OPKs [52:14] 

  • 00:46

    NipTuck Talk: Enhancing Male Masculinity with Cosmetic Treatments

    in Health

    Men are getting Botox and fillers, its a growing trend.


    Beverly Hills Dermatologist, Dr. Jason Emer talks with host Michele Garber about the newest trends in aesthetic medicine for men, from facial contouring to body contouring. 


    Dr. Jason Emer is a Beverly Hills dermatologic surgeon who specializes in facial rejuvenation and body contouring.  His specialty is in lipocontouring, cellulite and skin tightening procedures.  He has a particular interest in the aesthetics of men and enhancing masculinity through subtle cosmetic improvement procedures.  While in New York, he began an HIV treatment clinic where fat transfer, facial fillers, and other cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures were used to enhance facial features and address body disproportions.  Currently, he is an investigator for many pharmaceutical and medical device companies focusing on new and innovative face and body cosmetic treatments including lasers, radiofrequency, and fillers.


    http://www.spaldingplasticsurgery.com

  • 00:30

    PWE Lunch and Learn Featuring Stevii Aisha Mills Welcomes Dr. Melanye M Maclin

    in Entrepreneur

    Dermatologist Melanye Maclin, M.D. aka “Dr Mac” founded Innovative Hair Technology, Inc. in September 1999 based in Maryland. She created the research and product development company through determination based on her early childhood medical interest in hair and skin. Dr. Maclin’s initial efforts were towards the research of natural nutrients for hair and skin. It began with branding the natural hair supplement, Viviscal via national multi-media endorsement and distribution until 2003. Dr. Maclin then went on to successfully develop more effective advanced all-natural hair and skin supplements, ‘BellaNutri®’ for Women (2004) and ‘BeauNutri®’ for Men (2008). These products benefit hair and skin from an internal nutritional perspective. She has also helped to launch L’Oreal Garnier Fructis ‘Triple Nutrition’ hair products in 2009. Dr. Maclin’s launch into radio began in June 2007 as the resident Dermatologist for the nationally syndicated radio show, ‘The Steve Harvey Morning Show’. She continues to do live segments in addition to the ‘Ask Dr. Mac’ on ‘Steve Harvey Saturdays’. Her radio experience expanded in November 2007 with “The Dr. Maclin Show On Call” airing on Radio One-WOL in DC market for one year. Dr. Maclin has been the guest Dermatologist for the nationally syndicated radio show, ‘The Russ Parr Morning Show’ and continues with hosts on WKYS/93.9FM and WERQ/92.3 FM in DC, Maryland and Virginia.  By 2009, Dr. Maclin branched into regular television with ‘Ask Dr. Maclin’ monthly segments on FOX5 News DC. That same year, she started online skin care videos for the rap artist, 50 cent, “Thisis50.com” and WBLS (New York). Dr. Maclin hit the silver screen as being selected the hair expert Dermatologist for the Chris Rock documentary, ‘Good Hair’, released in theaters in October 2009.

  • 01:46

    Holistic Living: Mind, Body and Spirit

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her guests of health professionals and community participants, for a special two-hour broadcast. 


    During the 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. hour we will discuss breast cancer screening for Early Detection of Breast Cancer.


    The broadcast continues throughout the second hour of the show from Celebration Church in Columbia, MD during their "Winning Women's Prayer Breakfast," from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m., with Celebration's theme:"Holistic Living:Mind, Body and Spirit." 


    Learn about healthy hair and skin, from a dermatologist, visit vending tables to sample healthy food, meet a nutritionist and other health area focused groups.


    For more information, and to register for the Prayer Breakfast, visit the Win in Life website.


    Tune in, call in and join in our discussion.  347-945-7433.


     


     

  • 00:43

    GET THE TRUTH STRAIGHT FROM THE YOUTH ABOUT TEEN SKIN CARE+SAT@ 2:30pm PST

    in Radio

    Almost all teens get acne. It happens when an oily substance called sebum clogs pores.


    Pimples usually pop up on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders. Acne isn't a serious health risk, though severe acne can cause permanent scars. Acne can also damage self-esteem.  


    It is not clear why some people are more prone to acne than others. The exact cause of acne is not known, but hormones called androgens can play a role. Androgens increase in both boys and girls during puberty. Androgens make the skin's oil glands get larger and make more sebum. Androgens also can increase because of hormonal changes related to pregnancy or starting or stopping birth control pills.


    Genetics may also matter. If your parents had acne, you may have inherited that tendency.


    Some medications (for example, epilepsy medication, prednisone, androgens taken as medicine, and lithium) can cause acne.


    Cosmetics that have a greasy consistency may also clog pores. Water-based products are less likely to cause acne than oil-based makeup.


    Other things that can make acne worse include:



    Friction caused by leaning on or rubbing the skin; harsh scrubbing
    Picking or squeezing blemishes
    Pressure from bike helmets, backpacks, or tight collars
    Changing hormone levels in adolescent girls and adult women two to seven days before the start of the menstrual period
    Stress

  • 01:00

    Find a Cosmetic Dermatologist to Love

    in Women

    World-renowned beauty expert and best-selling author Paula Begoun cuts through the cosmetic industry hype and explains how to combine great skin care with the best/safest cosmetic procedures a dermatologist can provide.



    We invite you to call in with your personal skin care and cosmetic questions during the live broadcast to receive Paula’s expert advice along with free products from Paula’s own product line Paula's Choice or a copy of one of Paula’s books.



    For more information about Paula click here!

  • 01:00

    Your Biggest Skin Care Questions Answered by a Dermatologist

    in Women

    Learn the secrets of great skin care from top New York Dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules. We’ll cover your most challenging skin concerns, from wrinkles to uneven skin tone and  persistent breakouts. Call in with a question and WIN prizes!
     
    Click here for more information about Paula's Choice.

  • 01:00

    Look Younger NOW with Dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman

    in Women


    Wondering about the latest on dermal fillers? Thinking about trying laser therapy? And what the heck is a "vampire facial"?

    Paula and Bryan speak with New York-based celebrity dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman as shares info on the latest non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Also, we reveal the #1 thing you can do today to look younger tomorrow!


    For more information on non-surgical cosmetic treatment, visit PaulasChoice.com.

  • 00:29

    The Sugar Detox: Lose Weight, Feel Great and Look Years Younger

    in Nutrition

    America has an addiction problem, but it's not just with drugs or alcohol—it's with sugar. Sugar is in almost everything we eat—not just in the highly processed, fructose-soaked snacks we love, but hidden in “healthier” foods that most people wouldn't expect, such as bread, fruit, and dairy. The side effects aren't just weight gain—they're premature aging and increased risk of diabetes, atherosclerosis, heart disease, and even cataracts. In The Sugar Detox: Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Look Years Younger by nutritionist Brooke Alpert and dermatologist Dr. Patricia Farris, readers are given everything they need to know to begin a healthier lifestyle through an easy, low-sugar diet. By eliminating sugar and incorporating small changes, people can lead a healthier lifestyle and look years younger. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer talks to co-author, Brooke Alpert, MS, RD, CDN about her best-selling book, The Sugar Detox Diet. Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.

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