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Your eyes can reveal deeper health issues. That's one reason it's so important to get regular exams after you turn 40. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends going for a check-up every two to four years, depending on risk factors.
Want to learn more? Then, join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares what your eyes may be revealing about your deeper health issues.
Blurry vision, dry eye and light sensitivity...Learn what the real cause of these symptoms could be.
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Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday, January 16, 2016 as we discuss a variety of cosmetic products, what's in them, what shouldn't be in them, and what we should know to protect ourselves.
Parabens are used commonly as a preservative, and they easily penetrate the skin. But did you know that the European Commission on Endocrine Disruption lists parabens as a category 1 substance, shown to be an endocrine disruptor? Parabens have also been detected in breast cancer tumors, suggesting a link between them and cancer. Parabens go by the following names: Methylparaben, butylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben, ethylparaben, polyparaben and isobutylparaben.
The David Suzuki foundation reports that 75 to 90 percent of cosmetics may contain parabens.
To learn more, tune in and call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the benefits of drinking tea. Love tea?
Good for you! Study after study suggests that drinking tea could reduce your risk of some significant health challenges and help you to age more gracefully. These studies show that drinking three or more cups of tea a day might actually be better for you than simply drinking water, due to the antioxidants the tea provides. Here are only a few of the reasons to brew yourself a cup of tea. During this show, we share how tea may reduce your risk of heart disease and much, much more.
Learn which tea is better for you, green or black?
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments and share your favorite kind of tea and why? 347-945-7433.
At the 9nd Annual gathering of the Health 2.0 Fall Conference (@health2con) hosted at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Gregg Masters, MPH (@2healthguru) CEO Health Innovation Media and Publisher of ACOwatch.com attended the Deep Dive, 'The App Cure: Redefining the Daily Apple Through Technology' a session Moderated by Scott Mace of HealthLeaders.
In this session American Medical Association executives James Madara, MD Executive VP and CEO, and Michael Tutty, PhD, Group Vice President, Professional Satisfaction and Practice Sustainability explore mhealth apps, their promise and 'hype'.
Learn more about the innovation center launching in January 2016.
At Health 2.0 2nd Annual WinterTech Conference Gregg Masters, MPH CEO of Health Innovation Media chats with AthenaHealth CEO Jonathan Bush.
For context and details see 34th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, including free registration for presenting company webcasts and slide decks.
For AthenHealth deck, click here.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the many benefits of walking.
In fact, aside from swimming, walking is acutally one of the best low-impact aerobic exercises that can be done indoors or outdoors. However, walking outside in nature will benefit you most.
But did you know that walking is not just a wonderful form of exercise, walking also promotes natural physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Have you ever had a day when you felt that everything was going wrong and you couldn't understand why certain untimely events happened that day? If so, you may just need to take A Walk of Healing to unwind and relax your mind,.
Call into the studio with your questions and or comments: 347-945-7433 and learn how you can begin your Walk of Healing.
We caught up with industry thought leader, consultant and advisor to many companies Pamela McNamara at HealthOvate Boston, a joint venture between the Xavier Center for Innovation (follow via @XavierInnov8) and Care Innovations a GE/Intel joint venture (follow via @careinnovations).
In this chat, we get Pamela's views on digital health trends, patient engagement and her new venture Health Helm.
Join us for HealthOvate Chicago which runs Monday, October 5, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Chicago Merchandise Mart. For more informatio or to register click here.
Produced by Gregg A. Masters MPH for Health Innovation Media.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss how broadcasting happiness can change your life in so many magnificent ways.
You can influence success at work, in parenting, and in your relationships by changing what you broadcast -- and not just by what you say. For example, thinking of yourself as a confident person changes your body language, which can cause people to see you as having more confidence.
We're always broadcasting and transmitting messages about our moods and opinions. The things we communicate -- and how we communicate them are reflections of our outlook on a situation.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments:347-945-7433.
On the Wednesday, September 30th 2015 broadcast at 11:00 AM Pacific/2PM Eastern our special guest, making an encore appearance, is Farzad Mostashari, MD (@Farzad_MD), Founder and CEO of the innovative ACO management company Aledade (@AledadeACO).
In this series my co-host and co-founder of PopHealth Week Fred Goldstein, Founder and President of Accountable Health, LLC explores Farzad's progress at Aledade and drills into the touch points between population health and accountable care.
Farzad will be keynoting at the Florida Association of ACOs, October 1 & 2, 2015; agenda and details here.
We're featuring the following core perspectives in the series, speaking with thought leaders and pioneers in accountable care from each of the following ACO types: physician led, hospital sponsored and health plan enabled.
The benefits of a broader, more inclusive definition of beauty--whether that means using fewer and cleaner cosmetics, loving your body as is, or letting your hair express its natural curl or color--extend far beyond one's own life. They affect families, communities, even the culture at large. Self-acceptance often leads to accepting others more easily, too, and the world can always use more of that.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss a few of the ways people have begun to redefine beauty -- and appreciate the natural beauty in each of us.
Call into the studion with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
Cosmetic surgery, injections and fillers, and similar invasive procedures are still popular, of course, but it's clear that clean, healthy, self-affirming beauty trends are gaining ground.
At HiMSS 2015 in Chicago, Illinois last Spring we chatted with a number of top CIOs, Chief Innovation Officers, CMIOs and other clinicians in thought leadership roles at major healthcare systems and enterprises around the country.
In this session we speak with Mandi Bishop of Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences. Mandi is active on twitter as well via the handle @MandiBPro as is her emplopyer via @DellHealth.
Mandi speaks to the following questions:
What's driving the adoption of social media?
How would you characterize the current state of social media practice at most healthcare orgainzations?
Who do you see modeling 'best practices' in social media?
Are you hopeful or pessimistic for the utility of this emerging medium?
What excites you about the future?
Is the introduction of social media tools a net positive or negative for our industry?
In this chat, Mandi describes the power of the medium attributing in part her standing in the community to participation in both Twitter and LinkedIn.
Credit has become the modern-day shackles that enslave many people, from Beverly Hills to Boc Raton. Our debt level and our lack of savings make the nine-to-five job mandatory. Between our mortgages, car payments and credit card debts, we can't afford to quit. We are minimizing our lives and financial potential by making minimum credit card payments.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss why cash is better than credit and how to break your credit card addiction.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.