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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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A Manhattan Beach resident, Kelly grew up playing volleyball and still coaches indoor volleyball there nine months of the year. At 33, in 2018, she was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer, later determined to be Stage III. Today, she’s a survivor. She credits her mother, Gail, with saving her life as she sensitized Kelly to the need for self-exams when she was diagnosed in 2017. Volleyball practice is generally late in the day but Kelly will arrange a time earlier in the day if you want to shoot this segment.
February is Black History Month-Late Night Health’s Mark Alyn spoke with Donnell White recently about how this important month relates to breast cancer. Part of Black history is that throughout the US African American women die from breast cancer at a rate 40 percent higher than other women. But in Los Angeles County, the statistics are 56 percent higher, and, in Long Beach, the mortality rate is 70 percent higher.That’s why the Susan G. Komen® Circle of Promise California Initiative was created… to rewrite this history.
The Powerful-U Movement

The Powerful-U Movement

2020-02-2200:22:31

We are seekers who find the state of humanity inadequate. We believe the unrealized potential of the individual is both the source and solution to this problem. Our goal is to inspire fellow seekers to tap into their unlimited potential, through a personalized combination of philosophy, science, technology, and community. James Purpura joins Mark for a conversation about YOU!
Valentine’s Day 2020 is changing as Americans are exploring new ways to connect with their lovers. Of course, flowers and chocolate are the traditional gifts, and diamonds are forever. But for all its fuzzy feel good vibes, Valentine’s Day is a holiday that has not kept pace with cultural change. On Wednesday, February 12, just in time for Valentine’s Day, we have a unique interview with Barbara Cook, President of the Lovers Family of Stores. Learn why this female-founded and operated company is a far cry from your average adult boutique, how there are plenty of ways to make romantic gestures and why times are changing.
The new coronavirus is sickening thousands globally, including at least six individuals in the US). Americans are buying surgical masks faster than major retailers can restock them.But, did you know there's another virus that has infected 15 million Americans across the country and killed more than 8,200 people this season alone. It's not a new pandemic -- it's influenza.Dr. Cass Ingram is the author of more than two dozen books on health and wellness including The Respiratory Solution, "Natural Cures for Killer Germs", "How to Eat Right and Live Longer", and Natural Cures for Health Disasters." He is one of the nations leading experts on the use of wild medicinal spice oils. Dr. Cass talks with Mark Alyn about dealing with this world-wide outbreak.
From an early age, Jennifer was an empath, feeling the energy of others and the environments around her very strongly. As she grew into her teens, she felt a very strong connection with God and wanted to serve in some way, even contemplated becoming a nun. By her 20s, she began to realize that she was also very intuitive. Later in her life, during a particularly difficult time, Jennifer surrendered her life to God and her gift of intuition and desire to serve grew stronger. It then became her calling to guide people onto the path that was created for them so they may begin living a life of purpose – consciously co-creating it with God. She has had visions from Heaven, as well as communication, and has received incredible guidance and miracles, and these have healed her and others. She consistently feels guided and teaches people that through a stronger connection with God they receive direction, purpose, and clarity of their life’s mission. Jennifer joins Mark Alyn.
What Do Your Dreams Mean?

What Do Your Dreams Mean?

2020-02-0900:10:30

“The Dream Class” is a summation of the 25 years Patricia Eltinge spent studying under Dr. Pat Allen, the world-renowned psychotherapist whose pioneer work on new avenues in dream analysis is contained in this book. All of us dream and the process of capturing our dreams and looking deeply into their meanings is of great benefit to anyone interested in their own unconscious mind. The wonderful source of personal and universal information that is available to us from these other dimensions can be transformative and of great practical value in our daily lives. “The Dream Class” provides easy yet profound methods to help individuals delve into the revelations that are presented to us through our dreams. Patricia talks with Mark Alyn about dreams.
Three years ago, author and accomplished ghostwriter Ian Blake Newhem was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Not just any tumor though, one that sits immediately next to the brain’s language expression center. Surgery removed 80% of the tumor, but doctors told him it would most likely return in a few years’ time, removing his ability to speak and write before eventually killing him. Blake joins Mark Alyn for a frank discussion on life.
It’s been thirteen years since the world was newly introduced to the ancient Lawknown as the Law of Attraction. The airways, television networks, internet and thewhole world was lit up and talking about this newly found Secret. The mostrenowned Thought Leaders were teaching from every platform available about thisLaw of Attraction and how to use it to create the life you desire. Was it true, doesthis ancient law really work or have magical powers? For millions of peoplearound the world, they believe it does. This was the talk and buzz in 2006-2007 atits height of exposure. The film's producer, Don Boyer, visits with Mark Alyn.
It’s been thirteen years since the world was newly introduced to the ancient Lawknown as the Law of Attraction. The airways, television networks, the internet, and thewhole world was lit up and talking about this newly found Secret. The mostrenowned Thought Leaders were teaching from every platform available about thisLaw of Attraction and how to use it to create the life you desire. Was it true, doesthis ancient law really work or have magical powers? For millions of peoplearound the world, they believe it does. This was the talk and buzz in 2006-2007 atits height of exposure. Don Boyer, the producer of the new film, talks with Mark Alyn.
Dēp Slēpwear makes and markets the world’s first and only sleep hoodie purpose-built for deep sleep. The ultra-cozy Dēp sleep hoodie, is a patent-pending garment that offers sleepers the three most important elements necessary to achieve quality sleep - DARKNESS, from the comfy, built-in sleep mask; QUIET, by extending the mask over the ears and pulling on the hood; and TEMP CONTROL, from the top-to-bottom sweat-wicking, breathable material. All of these components come together to provide a cocoon-like environment ideal for sustained, rejuvenating sleep. CEO Glenn Paradise joins Mark Alyn to share how we can all get better sleep.
Dr. Alan Snow (Ph.D. in Pathology) is a world-renowned expert in brain aging, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other amyloid disorders. He is a former Research Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Washington, where he was an Alzheimer’s Disease Research project team leader for over 10 years. You can find Dr. Snow at www.perceptabrain.com.
Multigenerational households are on the rise with a record one-in-five Americans living in homes shared by multiple adult generations, inevitably leading to various domestic conflicts – including home temperature. Andy Armstrong, vice president of sales and marketing, Fujitsu General America, visits with Mark Alyn.
As women and men age each decade, they desire different things in life, but can also encounter new limitations with their health. Supplementing with the right nutrition can help make a smoother transition says natural health expert, Dr. Christine Horner, MD, author of “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty” who joins Late Night Health host Mark Alyn to discuss what nutrition your body needs during different decades of life. She says knowing what nutrients to take can be overwhelming, but if you add one new supplement with each life stage, you will more successfully stick to a healthy lifestyle in the long run that will keep your body running at its best potential.
Late Night Health’s Mark Alyn recently chatted with Sharon Spencer Schlesinger, Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County Metastatic Breast Cancer Committee Founder and Chair. Sharon was diagnosed with both breast and cervical cancer over 28 years ago, in the dark ages, before the internet, social media, and the entry of Susan G. Komen on the national stage. Her cancer was caught at an early stage, and she was lucky enough not to experience a recurrence or a more advanced stage, even though the fear remained long after everyone else decided she was cancer free. That’s the funny thing about any kind of cancer, she says, you are never ‘free’ again. Currently she focuses on creating support and awareness for the issues associated with metastaic breast cancer. Her best friends are all metastatic now, her mission: to empower them with the knowledge they need to live a full, creative and rewarding life as cancer ‘free’ as she has gratefully lived.Her fingerprints are evident on Susan G. Komen’s Los Angeles County 7th Annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference, “Creating Understanding One Community After Another,” For the first time ever, it will be live streamed in six languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean.
“Creating Understanding, One Community After Another” is the theme for Susan G. Komen’s Los Angeles County 7th Annual Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference.Late Night Health’s Mark Alyn discussed the January 4 event with the keynote speaker, Dr. Robert Nagourney, Founder and Medical Director of the Nagourney Cancer Institute and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California, Irvine. He guests with Mark Alyn.
Lauren Fix is a nationally recognized automotive expert, media guest, journalist, author, keynote speaker, and television host. A trusted automotive expert, Lauren provides an insider’s perspective on a wide range of automotive topics, energy and safety issues for both the auto industry and consumers. Her analysis is honest and straightforward. Lauren is the automotive expert for Car Coach Reports, The Weather Channel and Inside Edition. Lauren also hosts regular radio segments on USA Radio – Day Break show. She pens The Car Coach column for NewsMax and Editor-in-Chief of Car Coach Reports. She co-hosts the His Turn – Her Turn Show for ABC.com owned and operated stations. Lauren Fix serves as a President and Board Member and Juror for the esteemed North American Car & Truck of the Year Awards and a Board Member at the Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station Transportation Museum. She is the CEO of Automotive Aspects, Inc., a consulting firm with a wide range of multi-media services, media consulting, broadcast messaging strategy, public relations and television production. Lauren has authored three books: most recently, Lauren Fix’s Guide To Loving Your Car with St. Martins Press. Lauren’s broadcast experience includes CNN, CNBC, FOX News, FOX Business, MSNBC, HLN, Oprah, The Weather Channel, Live! Kelly and Ryan, Good Morning America, The View, TODAY, 20/20, Early Show, Inside Edition, ESPN, Discovery and NPR to name a few. Lauren previously co-hosted four seasons of Talk 2 DIY Automotive on DIY, National Automotive Correspondent for Time Warner Cable and hosted Female Driven on Lifetime TV. Lauren’s articles and advice have appeared in USA Today, Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Woman’s World, Esquire, First for Women, InTouch and Self. She has contributed content to Motor Trend, Truck Trend, Hot Rod and many other automotive publications. Lauren is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the Society of Automotive Analysts and is an ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified technician. She inherited her love of all things automotive from her father, a Professional engineer. Lauren has been fixing, restoring and racing cars since the age of ten. She has been advising drivers almost all her life. Lauren is often asked to speak to groups around the world about her success in marketing, motivation, entrepreneurship, parenting and other lifestyle topics. Lauren was named the 2015 WIN Award, 2013 SEMA Business Network “Mentor of The Year”; SEMA Business Network 2012 Woman of the Year; and awarded various “Automotive Communications Awards” in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Automotive Woman Of The Year in 2008 and 2010 Woman of Distinction – Entrepreneur winner. Lauren Fix was inducted into the National Women and Transportation Hall of Fame in 2009 – a very high honor for a hard-working automotive professional.
According to Shopping Expert Claudia Lombana, the best way to enjoy the holidays is take the stress out of the season by creating and sticking to a holiday budget. On December 18th, this award-winning journalist will explain why she is teaming up with GM BuyPower® Card to provide some timely tips for saving money, sticking to a budget and even saving on items big and small.
Dr. Nic Gay and Dr. Kerisimasi Reynolds of their recently launched cutting edge practice, Silicon Valley Orthopaedics (SVO) http://www.siliconvalleyortho.com point out that serious falls are very common during the holiday season. A Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that about 250 injuries a day occur during November and December. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that for three years running, there have been over 5,800 fall injuries per holiday season related to decorating. The doctors speak with Mark Alyn.
From an impromptu one on one meeting with Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to watching a religious ritual in Indonesia where the men were in such a delirious state they where able to poke themselves hard with swords, Neal Grace’s travels to 35 countries had him navigating through stressful and intense situations in many different cultures and political systems.The author of FRESH EYES UPON THE WORLD: Making Life a Spectacular Journey, (Grizzly Peak Press - June 25, 2019, Neal believes that his experiences led him to the conclusion that life’s problems can be lessened by being calm and open to the world. And, considering that anxiety for Americans have skyrocketed with almost 40 percent of respondents saying they felt more anxious than they did a year ago (Sciencealert.com), Neal’s advice is likely to help many. Neal returns to Late Night Health.
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