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Late Night Health is the premier health radio program. Our goal is to teach listeners how t take charge of their own healthcare. We featuring topics ranging from health insurance issues to the FDA, the latest in spiritual health to the newest supplements. We also cover allopathic health issues including cancer treatment and relationships with doctors.
 
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GivingTuesday is November 30 this year. It’s an international day of giving recognized on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Now in its ninth year, GivingTuesday has changed over time, but one thing remains the same – the impact of giving during one-day celebrations, like GivingTuesday and year-round. With the immense change we’ve all experienced this…
 
When it comes to gift giving this holiday season, many people have a wish list that includes the latest high technology devices. Whether it’s the most user-friendly smartphone on a 5G network powered by the latest Snapdragon processor, computing for play or work, sound that creates new sensations or wearables for everyone, it’s important to have th…
 
Each November, the Parkinson's Foundation recognizes National Family Caregivers Month as an important time to celebrate and honor the many contributions of the millions of Americans caring for a loved one living with a chronic condition like Parkinson's disease (PD). This year, more than ever, the care partner community deserves recognition for the…
 
Women no longer need to get married for financial security or to start a family. Society now widely accepts being single as a personal choice, with no stigma attached—regardless of a woman’s age. Still, many women want to get married. And so do many men. But often, women don’t speak about their desire for marriage because they fear people will view…
 
Medical intuition is not a gift that only a few people in the world have. Medical intuition is a learned skill that can help one learn, heal, and master their life in profound new levels. The term “medical intuition” is about the absolute interconnectedness between our emotions, our bodies, our thoughts, our life struggles. Medical intuition assess…
 
The pandemic caused financial difficulties for many Americans. From those who are just starting their credit journey to those looking to build their credit, consumers are seeking resources and tools to improve their finances. Best-selling author Ash Cash Exantus – who is renowned as the ‘Financial Motivator’ and author of “12 Steps to Repairing you…
 
o further its commitment in raising a minimum of $50,000 for the Williams-Franklin Foundation (WFF) during the next five years to support education expenses for students of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) who are interested in careers in natural health and healthcare, Organic & Natural Health Association will host a networking …
 
October is cybersecurity awareness month — which serves as a timely reminder that criminals are working overtime on scams to steal your identity, data and money. Joining us today is Hari Ravichandran, a cybersecurity expert and the founder and C-E-O of Aura – a digital security company working to make the internet safer for everyone. Forbes magazin…
 
You're going to love these time-saving grocery shopping life hacks. With back to school and back to work in full swing, and the holidays just around the corner, we are all cooking and grocery shopping a lot more. Now more than ever it’s important to manage your time and planning for meals and special occasions. Personal chef and tech consultant Jul…
 
In RED CAPE RESCUE: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job, leadership coach Darcy Eikenberg offers advice to professionals still struggling to communicate their value and tackling broken workplace habits and assumptions that stress doing more, with less. The answer is in learning how to rescue our own careers even with simple, practical ways we…
 
Last year, at the height of the pandemic, a new campaign called the “All For Farmers” initiative was launched to help farmers across the country who were facing financial hardship. Through a partnership with the non-profit – American Farmland Trust (AFT) – Tillamook awarded 130 grants to farmers in 25 states. The grants mainly went to under-represe…
 
Medical malpractice lawsuits are a relatively common occurrence in the United States. But the outcome is not usually in favor of the patient. Why? The legal system is designed to encourage extensive discovery and negotiations between adversarial parties with the goal of resolving the dispute without going to jury trial. Gary Stern, a medical malpra…
 
Kids today face a complex world with unique challenges. That’s why learning the new fundamentals will help prepare kids to adapt, problem solve and connect with people different from themselves in a diverse and changing world. They need skills like creativity and critical thinking, curiosity and compassion, financial literacy and global citizenship…
 
Some people age more gracefully than others. The benefits of Assisted Living as we age can be a great relief if your state of mind is remotely ready for the change. Many times you are not totally convinced, however many who experience the difference find the communities to be a welcome relief.The friendships you make as part of the Assisted Living …
 
Car crashes are the leading safety issue facing children, with approximately 183,000 children injured in 2018. That’s more than 500 injuries per day, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. We recently celebrated National Child Passenger Safety Week (Sept. 19-25). AAA clubs nationwide and the NSC are sharing shocking new re…
 
Many people with diabetes have faced serious challenges during the pandemic. In fact, a recent survey found that three out of four Americans put off going to the doctor or delayed medical services due to the pandemic. This can be deadly for people with diabetes, and it comes at a time when the American Diabetes Association reports that more than 25…
 
So many families are greatly impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and are desperately in need of help and guidance. Currently, in the United States, there are over 6 million people living with Alzheimer's disease. Today, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s disease every 66 seconds. Based on that, by the middle of the century, someone in the U.S. wi…
 
Blood Money is the story of how a Silicon Valley CEO became a fraud fighter. It is an insider’s look at the David vs. Goliath struggle between a whistleblower seeking to save his company and stop taxpayers from being ripped-off, and healthcare companies engaged in massive fraud. Affecting millions of taxpayers, it is one of the biggest “hidden” sto…
 
In today’s world, anything you say, text, tweet, or post can go viral in an instant. Most of us know better than to blurt or rant our unfiltered feelings. So, why is it so hard to control our words? Why do simple discussions escalate so quickly? How can we prevent conversations from becoming confrontations? In Big Brain, Little Brain: How to Contro…
 
Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine focused on the digestive system and its disorders. Diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract, which include the organs from mouth into anus, along the alimentary canal, are the focus of this specialty. Physicians practicing in this field are called gastroenterologists. Abhijeet Waghray,MD joins Mark Al…
 
Dr. Margulies flips the teaching process in Fascinating Education courses by approaching science through the “right hemisphere” of the brain. He uses simple, colorful illustrations, supplemented with attached audio files to explain the illustrations. The result is an easy way to learn science. Dr. Sheldon Margulies joins Mark Alyn for a look at sci…
 
September is World Alzheimer’s Month. That’s why Mark Alyn talks with the inventor of Rosie 2.0. It’s been called a senior’s Alexa or Google Home. It’s a SiMPL Technology solution for memory loss patients and their caregivers. Rosie is a talking alarm clock that allows family members and/or caregivers to record reminders in their familiar voices to…
 
Mark Alyn visits with Lisa Roseman, author of The Highest of Care-A Journey Through Cancer. Roseman shares how she offers hope in the face of terminal illness, denial and the reality of death. As she learned to navigate her new life as sole caregiver during her mother’s battle with cancer, she was faced with several challenges. The book details the…
 
Since the start of the pandemic, more than two-thirds of small businesses (67%) have tried to leverage technology, whether launching an eCommerce site, or upgrading point-of-sale (POS) technology, to keep their businesses on track. From running special offers to curating content programs and providing digital tools needed to grow a business, Verizo…
 
Celebrity Chef Ryan Scott visits with Mark Alyn to talk about great healthy food from Open Nature. They talk about making food exciting for kids and staying away from fast food joints. And Ryan gives a few easy recipes as well. Learn more bout Open Nature at www.safeway.com/ourbrands, www.vons.com/ourbrands and www.albersons.com/ourbrands.…
 
Tucker Perkins is the president and chief executive officer of the Propane Education & Research Council. He talks with Mark Alyn about using propane fuel school buses. He has worked in the propane industry for 26 years, having served as the director of business development for Inergy, chief executive officer of Premier Propane, and the chief operat…
 
This September, millions of Americans will head back into offices for the first time in nearly 18 months. So, what should you expect and how should you prepare for the ‘new office'? And how will new technologies keep you safe and happy? Business expert and DailyPay CIMO, Jeanniey Walden visits with Mark Alyn to share her tips for how to get ready f…
 
Dr. Seema Bonney, the founder and medical director of the Anti-Aging & Longevity Center of Philadelphia, joins Mark Alyn to share her passion for helping people. She is dual board certified in Emergency Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, but practices patient-centered, not disease centered medicine. Her practice is a lifestyle and f…
 
Feeding America® is the largest hunger-relief organization in the US, with a network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries and meal programs. It’s a unique and special charity that provides meals for more than 40 million people each year. Whataburger, one of the most popular restaurants in America is celebrating its 71st anniversary by partner…
 
Mark Ratner, MD, who describes himself as a “prisoner of Prilosec,” says it wasn’t until he landed in an emergency room with an irregular heart rhythm that he began to realize the serious side effects from popular medications that Americans use every day. After several tests were run, the only abnormality found in his bloodwork was a low magnesium …
 
Paradigm Treatment with 7 locations in Malibu and in San Rafael, has been helping teens and young adults ages 12-26 with mental health issues for over 10 years, and just opened a new co-ed treatment facility in San Rafael specifically serving adolescents ages 12-17. Paradigm COO Dustin Wagner discusses this growing problem with Mark Alyn.…
 
Who killed Bugsy Siegel? June 20 was the 74th anniversary of this murder, one that encompasses the mystery that includes old Hollywood, molls of the oldest cold murder case in the U.S. gangsters, and the beginnings of the Las Vegas Strip. Author Stuart Sobel shares the story with Mark Alyn.על ידי Late Night Health
 
Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute addresses the root causes of these lifestyle-based diseases and doesn’t just treat the symptoms. We are dedicated to educating individuals about the power of a whole food plant-based diet and its proven ability to heal the body from within. Dr. Ted Barnett, founding President and Board Chair talks with Mark Al…
 
We look at the health of jobs in the US as we come out of the pandemic. There are jobs available but they are going unfilled. Shannon A. Brown, SVP of Eastern Division U>S. Operatins and Chief Diversity Officer at FedEx talks with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.על ידי Late Night Health
 
If you have a baby, it’s not uncommon for their squawks and feeds to wake you up every couple of hours. The trouble with that is your brain gets stuck in light sleep, never quite getting the chance to descend into deep renewing sleep. Dr. Harvey Karp visit sfwith Mark Alyn sharing tips on getting baby and parents quality sleep.…
 
Once joyfully known as “the smiling barracuda,” Joyce Cohen was a force in Oregon politics for over twenty years—formidably forging ground-breaking legislation: the Oregon Health Care Plan, criminal justice reform, and the use of Lottery funds for education and the environment. Her biography shares lessons of growing up on an isolated South Dakota …
 
BLOG (300 word article on book) When you react and get upset with someone, are you aware of what’s going on inside of you? Reactions are common and part of everyday life relationships. Life happens and there are times you get upset. This isn’t about not reacting as much as it is about growing in awareness. Having awareness is like looking at yourse…
 
NT Oakland is dedicated to building unity and preparedness in our neighborhoods. Neighbors Together is a post-partisan organization of solutionaries who are active in being the change we want to see in our world. • Safe Communities. •Accessible housing for all. •Localized agricultural systems. •Thriving local businesses. Having a close relationship…
 
It started with a father wanting to help his son become more independent. He was frustrated with everything he tried so he decided to take things into his own hands and created Goally. From that moment on, Goally has been committed to helping neurodiverse kids and their families! CEO Shasha Shtern vists with Mark Alyn.…
 
Since the start of the pandemic, more than two-thirds of small businesses (67%) have tried to leverage technology, whether launching an e-commerce site, or upgrading point-of-sale (POS) technology, to keep their businesses on track. Now, as the economy opens back up there’s a program to help. Former tech reporter Steve Van Dinter is now the directo…
 
A successful young Wall Street executive finally marries the woman of his dreams, only to discover that she has a rare illness. Based on an incredible true story, Just Another Day of Hell in Paradise, is an intimate and defiant account of how this undiagnosed illness upends their life. It starts out as Lyme disease, for which she is treated, but so…
 
June 28th, is national logistics day. It’s a day to recongnize and appreciate the importance of the logistics industry in the global and national economies. Transportation and logistics expert and senior manager for Truckstop-dot-com, Jen MCquiston, is here to talk with Mark Alyn about the key role logistics providers play in keeping goods moving, …
 
Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD, a double board-certified physician in OB-GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine and Director of Perinatal Services at NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln in the Bronx, New York says that while things are opening up, masks are coming off and people are feeling a little more safe, becoming a parent during “COVID times'' is not without worr…
 
Cancer has escalated from a once obscure disease to a leading cause of death worldwide. Chemo, radiation, and surgery can reduce tumor burden but do nothing to change the underlying causes of cancer. Enter the need for this book, which provides the keys to unlocking your body’s incredible capacity to heal and regenerate itself. Dr. Patrick Quillin …
 
Due to the pandemic, poverty is expected to increase around the world. According to the World Bank, the level of extreme poverty (those making less than $1.90 per day) could rise to as many as 150 million people. This comes at a time when eight million metric tons of plastic waste enter the oceans every year, equating to one garbage truck’s worth o…
 
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