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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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5-G IS CHANGING HOW CONSUMERS LIVE, WORK AND PLAY, AND WITH SO MUCH EXCITEMENT GROWING AROUND THE TECHNOLOGY, 5G PHONES AND GAMING, IT’S CREATING A HIRING FRENZY. JOINING US IS ANDREW TESTA VERIZON’S RESIDENT 5-G EXPERT, TO SHARE MORE ABOUT THE SURGE IN DEMAND AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR CONSUMERS, AS WELL AS WHAT VERIZON IS DOING TO MEET THE INCREASE IN STORE TRAFFIC.
In Dr. Steven Eisenberg's oncology practice, the enemy is cancer, but it's also denial, anger, and fear--draining emotions that can interfere with the effectiveness of treatment. Every day, Dr. Steven helps patients fight cancer using both time-tested conventional therapies and innovative medical technologies. At the same time, he helps them overcome negative emotions by cultivating acceptance, love, and self-compassion in a deeply personal way, through laughter, empathy, and the music he plays and sings for and with them. Dr. Eisenberg joins Mark Alyn for a heart to heart chat.
_______Charlie Bailes is the CEO & founder of CB Supplements, a company specializing in helping people thrive with multi-collagen protein products. As a collagen expert, he talks about its nutrition benefits to help people solve various health issues from joint recovery and productivity to even sleeping better at night.He’s also a husband, a dad of 3, a crossfitter, and a health nut (obviously). He loves meeting new people and having meaningful conversations. His main goal is to inspire others to act to help themselves.In 2014, Charlie’s daughter Vivian was sick more often than not. Though she wasn’t diagnosed with a terminal disease, they visited the hospital too often. Charlie and his wife were at a breaking point so they turned to research, discovered the benefits of collagen, and that has led to Vivian getting well and the beginning of CB Supplements. Charlie shares his story and teaches about the positive life-changing collagen benefits. Charlie visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.
Life is all about changing. Robert Clancy shares his thoughts on how embracing change can make life more interesting. Robert visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.
Bio-hacking Secrets

Bio-hacking Secrets

2021-05-1225:00

Celebrity Real Estate Tycoon Ari Rastegar, known as the 'Oracle of Austin' shares Bio-hacking secrets as the reason for his success.The self-made mogul parlayed a $3k loan into a real estate empire, boasting hundreds of millions in residential, commercial, and industrial assets all while living a regimented healthy lifestyle. This 38-year-old father of three credits his intense personal development regimen and bio- optimism, for the expansion of his burgeoning business. Ari shares his bio-hacking secrets with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.
Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D., is the best-selling author of more than twenty-five books in the field of mental health and personal growth, including the classic What to Say When You Talk to Your Self, Negative Self Talk and How to Change It, and the 365 Days of Positive Self-Talk series. His books are published in over seventy countries. He joins Mark Alyn to talk about his new Self-TalkPlus App.
Stephen Sinatra, MD, cardiologist and best-selling author of nearly two dozen books on natural health and healing says while spring is the time when people start to talk about allergies a new study suggests that temperature increases lead to more pollen production, which can be a major irritant for those with respiratory issues like asthma, and in short, 2021 could be the longest, most intense allergy season yet. For people with major lung issues like asthma, allergens like pollen exposure can be a major threat to their physical health and ability to breathe. Research shows that pollen exposure weakens your immune system’s ability to fight off respiratory illnesses. Allergies affecting the lungs could eventually lead to heart disease. Studies show that intermittent inflammation created by allergies could result in the thickening of artery walls, which could then lead to heart disease. Dr. Sinatra returns to Late Night Health to update Mark Alyn..
Sherry Torkos, B.Sc.Phm., R.Ph., holistic pharmacist, former fitness instructor and author of, “The GI Made Simple: The Proven Way To Lose Weight, Boost Energy & Cut Your Risk of Disease,” says we need to reframe our approach to exercise and eating in order to counter our shelter-at-home physiques. The pandemic has certainly caused a lot of change in our lifestyles, including a big one: Not moving as much and indulging in at-home comfort foods. Working from home, limiting travel and simply not having very many places to go or people to see has made weight management a much harder hurdle to clear even for the relatively healthy person. Sherry Torkos will share with us four ways to reverse this sedentary trend in our current “slower paced” lifestyle. Sherry returns to Late Night Health to visit with Mark Alyn.
Choking is the fourth leading cause of accidental death: the LifeVac device has saved over 122 lives and counting and that is why Gretchen Rossi stands to share this message to the world. When parenting young children, the fear of a choking incident is a daily threat and a very real one, as one child dies every five days from choking in the US alone. Sadly, abdominal thrusts work in only approximately 50% of cases prior to EMS arrival. The easy-to-use and proven LifeVac device is a patented choking first-aid device that travels easily wherever you go. The best gift you can give mom this Mother’s Day is the gift of less worry and the security in knowing she can be there for her child in their greatest time of need. Gretchen visits with Mark Alyn.
When Allan Sidley approaches the stage to perform comedy, he can feel the adrenaline rush and energy as he connects with his audience. Overcoming stage fright and writer’s block, Sidley, an expert punster, and comedian is a true inspiration to all of us who have faced difficulties in our life journeys. Allan Sidley, whose father died when he was nine months old, did not have many classic childhood experiences that most people treasure. But he grew up with a supportive loving single mom, a confident demeanor, and a strong belief that we can not only survive, but thrive. He has proven that confidence, and resilience, can see us through our most difficult times and beyond. Allan joins Mark Alyn for a look at humor during and after the pandemic.
they’re also living better. Today’s seniors are increasingly healthier in mind and body as they age than ever before. (1) They are also staying busier during their Golden Years than in years past. Over the last 20 years, the percentage of Americans working in their 70s has risen from less than 10% to 15%. “Today’s seniors are much more different than what they were in years past. Medicine and insurance have to catch up,” says Ensurem CEO Dave Rich. Zanuel Johnson, from Ensurem, visits Mark Alyn.
Greg Macpherson, pharmacist and author of, “Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging” (March 2021) says COVID-19 will change a lot of things, especially how and where we age in the future. The pandemic has shown a spotlight on many problems from how fragile our immune systems can be to how unsafe long-term healthcare facilities are, where 40% of COVID-19 deaths have taken place. This being the case, many end-of-life experts believe nursing homes will soon go out of business and the future of our longevity is truly our own responsibility and perhaps even something we will need to learn to do in our own home. Greg visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.
In 2019, the Parkinson’s Foundation launched NEWLY DIAGNOSED: Building a Better Life with Parkinson's Disease, a new campaign designed to arm people who are newly diagnosed with the knowledge, tools, and resources they need to navigate life with Parkinson’s disease. The goal of the newly diagnosed program is to close the gap between being newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and knowing where and how to find the right information and resources to live the best life possible with Parkinson’s. In fact, a Parkinson’s Foundation survey found nearly 50% of people with Parkinson’s and their care partners leave the doctor’s office following a diagnosis without educational resources or information on what the future holds. Mark Alyn chats with John Lehr, president of the Parkinson's Foundation and Liz Brouillard is a social worker and Clinical Director at a non-profit, outpatient mental health clinic in Massachusetts who works to educate newly diagnosed people with Parkinson’s and their family members.
Just say “thank you.” That’s the mission of Operation Scrubs…having one billion people worldwide say “thank you” to the 27 million nurses around the globe, the unsung frontline heroes who care for us, who are the eyes and ears of the doctor when he or she isn’t there. Leave your “Thank You” on the permanent virtual wall at www.thankanurseteamchallenge.org. That’s it. No cost to participate. Very little time or effort spent. Yet a message that will mean a great deal to those who give so much. Especially after the last year. Especially during May, National Nurses Week, May 6 to 12, and all year long. Ask Pamela Jane Nye, CEO of Operations Scrubs and Neuroscience Nursing, who was named “the Nurse of the Year” for excellence in nursing at a large Los Angeles medical center. She’s an advocate for educating and honoring nurses. Pamala joins Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.
Honey on the Page

Honey on the Page

2021-04-0721:51

Wonder how best to pass down and preserve their Jewish identity in an increasingly secularized culture. Miriam Udel, a rabbi, mother, professor of Yiddish language and Literature at Emory University, and the winner of the 2017 National Jewish Book Award, introduces modern-day families to translated versions of the cherished fairy tales, fables, folklore, and poems originally written in Yiddish over a century ago. In HONEY ON THE PAGE: A Treasury of Yiddish Children’s Literature (NYU Press), Miriam Udel presents an unprecedented collection of nearly 50 traditional Yiddish stories and rhymes for youngsters translated into English. As Udel shares, she became interested in reclaiming this largely lost body of literature through the convergence of two pathways: her work as a Yiddish language teacher and her vocation as a mother. Combing through hundreds of anthologies and free-standing storybooks, as well as several years’ worth of periodicals, she sought authentic pieces of Yiddish prose and verse that would at once represent their times and places of origin and engage and resonate with today’s young readers. Miriam visits with Mark Alyn on this special edition of Late Night Health
Spring Allergies

Spring Allergies

2021-04-0525:01

Maryann is a Board-Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and a NJ Licensed Massage Therapist. She is a healing force. She specializes in clinical nutrition and various forms of massage: Medical, Swedish, Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Chair Massage. As a Reiki Master Teacher and Practitioner, she also incorporates Jin Shin Jyutsu and Chair Energy Work. She believes in educating others and teaches clinical aromatherapy and detoxification classes at the Academy of Natural Health Sciences. She serves on advisory boards for public schools Departments of Special Services and is an ordained minister practitioner. Maryanne talks with Mark Alyn about handling the challenges of spring allergies!
The World Health Organization (WHO) tells us that herd immunity is the indirect protection from an infectious disease that happens when a population is largely immune, preferably through vaccinations but also through previous infection.You see, vaccines train our immune systems to create proteins that fight disease, known as antibodies, just as would happen when we are exposed to a disease. But – crucially – vaccines create immunity without causing illness or resulting complications. Vaccinated people are protected from getting the disease and passing on the pathogen, breaking any chains of transmission. Dr. Ben Stong visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which provides a critically important reminder that each year 60,000 people are newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and more than one million Americans are currently living with the neurodegenerative disease. That’s why the non-profit Parkinson’s Foundation is working to make life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. Studies show that three out of four people with Parkinson’s do not receive medications on time when staying in the hospital, and that when this occurs two out of three will experience unnecessary complications. In response to this problem, the Parkinson’s Foundation has created the Aware in Care kit to help the 1/3 of people with Parkinson’s receive hospital care each year. The Aware in Care kit helps those affected by PD to be “aware in care”, which means they understand hospitalization risks, have the tools to play an active role in their care, are prepared for planned or unplanned hospital visits and ultimately have a plan to get the best possible care while in the hospital.
Health And Taxes

Health And Taxes

2021-04-0308:19

I’m a number one best-selling author, captivating speaker and hope-restoring coach to women like you who want to do good work in the world, but believe they deserve to earn damn good money doing it. And if you didn’t feel that way before half a second ago, then I assure you, you’re in the right place! This philosophy is what has really set me apart from other “financial experts” over the last decade. I recognize that I drive some of the personal finance gurus crazy and I’m 100% okay with that. I will never apologize for teaching women that living a disciplined, yet fulfilled life and expecting opportunities to overtake you at every turn is way freakin’ better than forcing yourself to live a Starbucks-free life of deprivation so you can “save for a rainy day.” Despite the naysayers, there are tons of folks who have been attracted to my fresh take on this money stuff.Patrice Washington visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.
The pandemic has focused attention on so many national health problems.One of the most disturbing issues is a critical shortage of essential medicines for children, that has a national coalition of children’s hospitals and the Phlow looking for answers.Joining us to discuss this national problem are two top experts. Dr. Kurt Newman is president and CEO of children’s national hospital in Washington, D.C. -- leading 12 of the top children’s hospitals around the country. Dr. Newman and Dr. Eric Edwards the CEO for Phlow join Mark Alyn on this edition of Late night Health.
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