Late Night Health Radio offers a unique, entertaining and informative listening opportunity, while providing an upscale active audience for advertisers. Hosted by Mark Alyn, discusses all aspects of health from a consumers point of view.
Late Night Health features healthcare experts from a variety of traditional and alternative healthcare fields. Putting listeners in the driver’s seat of making healthcare decisions, Late Night Health offers diverse topics from experts throughout the world. Guests from around the United States, Australia, Costa Rica, France, Canada and Israel regular share information on Late Night Health.
Late Night Health covers a myriad of health and wellness topics including dealing with diabetes, weight-loss, obesity and cancer to the latest practices in pain management, stress reduction, preventative health care and even how “ObamaCare” affects all Americans.
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New research indicates that milk, cheese and butter may actually be good for you. The studies show that the fats in dairy may essentially protect the heart. This means the 40 year old idea of low fat is healthy may be wrong. Emma Aer CEO of Finlandia Cheese visits with Late Night Health to discuss cheese and butter and the various health benefits of these dairy products.
It seems that even 60 years the farmers at Finlandia knew their cheese was superior. Using only high quality milk from cows raised with specific rules and guidelines, Finlandia butter and cheese ranks as one of the premiere dairy products in the world! This award-winning cheese is produced in the United States following the strict guidelines set in Finland. Finlandia is a cooperative company, made up of farmers producing milk adhering to the guidelines.
Butter has gotten a bad rap for years. With a high fat content, people have been lead to believe that butter is not healthy. Margarine, a butter replacement, (developed in the late 1860s in France as a cheap replacement for butter) has become a staple in the American (and western countries) diet. Margarine is a blend of hydrogenated oils, saturated fats and water. These oils are extremely unhealthy. Besides, margarine does not taste like butter.
Leo R. Doumanian, MD joins Mark Alyn to talk with us about erectile dysfunction.
What is ED?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as the persistent inability to achieve or maintain a penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance. ED can limit your intimacy, affect your self-esteem, and impact your most important relationships. Beyond the physical manifestations, ED causes emotional damage and there is a strong link found between ED and depression.
How common is ED?
ED is a surprisingly common condition experienced by more than 39 million men in the United States.
What causes ED?
While there are real physical and psychological reasons for ED, there's no single cause. The chart below outlines the most common causes of ED.
How is ED diagnosed?
You may have to start the conversation with your doctor to get an answer to the question, "Do I have ED?" A personal history and physical exam set the groundwork for most conditions. Lab tests and other tests may identify a source such as diabetes, coronary artery disease or other conditions that affect the nerves and blood flow to the penis.
Remember hanging out with friends in elementary school and being dared to do something? Usually this is something very stupid, yet can cause pain to you 20 years later. This is something we can all understand.
But what if your great great-great-grandfather did something really stupid and it has an affect on your life today? Wait just a minute. Something that happened to a family member years ago can cause problems in my life today? Healing situations that happened to ancestor's generations ago is not new. Multi-generational healing is becoming well known in alternative health practices. One of the techniques to heal the past is known as Constellation Healing.
Gary Stuart is a communication expert, author and speaker facilitates Constellations (for over 17 years) as his primary tool for transformation in any area of anyone's personal or business life. He returns to Late Night Health to further explain how the past experiences of family members can wreak havoc in your life.
MJ Holt joins Mark Alyn to talk about Medical Thermal Imaging - The Window To Your Body.
In recent years studies show that radiation from x-rays and other medical devices can be harmful. Mammogram radiation, checking for breast cancer, is one example. The reports and studies indicate the toxic affects of this technology can actually cause breast cancer.
Ask most women and they will tell you that, the test is often uncomfortable or even painful. The breast is compressed, which may lead to the spread of cancer if cancer is evident.
Let's be clear that women should be checked for breast cancer. The normal mammogram is one thousand times more powerful than a regular chest x-ray. One thousand times more radiation! So if the screening is harmful, what should women do? The answer is Medical Thermal Imaging.
The empty feeling when your kids leave your home is a very real thing. Children leaving the nest, growing up and flying on their own is a natural part of life. But there are repercussions many people don't realize and don't prepare for. Without the kids at home it can leave parents (and the kids left behind) a little lonely.
American Healthcare is GREAT...or is it? Recent studies indicate that the American system of healthcare is not what most Americans think it is. Reports show that the United States is the most expensive healthcare system in the world! The quality care ranking for the US is only 37. Surprising, at the top of the list is France followed by Italy.
What's it like to go to the doctor in another country? Is it good, bad or the same as here in the United States? Medical travel has become a cottage industry, with people traveling to different parts of the world to have both elective surgeries (cosmetic) along with treatment for chronic disease. The reason is simple: The American Healthcare system is broken (and needs to be fixed) and the cost is just too high.
Look up the stairs – it's mom bringing down the laundry. Flying high late at night it's career woman putting on the final touches of a presentation, instead of sleeping. It's superwomen of the 21st Century!
When it comes to health, women excel in many areas compared to their male counterparts. They live longer, they maintain regular doctor's appointments and they tend to be at lower risk for serious illnesses. But with all the responsibilities and roles women juggle in the quest to be superwomen in today's world, a silent yet pervasive threat may disrupt their clean bill of health: STRESS.
Teenagers living at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have the highest suicide rate in the nation. Until now, the only help came from local efforts. Now authors of "The Chronicles of Ara", Steve Hillard and Joel Eisenberg are helping to fight to stop suicide for teens in the area. The authors have created a new ongoing concern that will inspire the building of arts centers in distressed economic areas.
Pine Ridge is one of the largest reservations in the country. Alcoholism among residents is a continuing problem among those living on the reservation. This dates back to the founding of the reservation in the late 1880s.
Nationally teen suicide is the third-leading cause of death for young people 15 to 24 years of age. This number is growing, especially in poorer communities including Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
One of the best weapons to combat suicide is the introduction of creative endeavors. Studies have shown that art helps students in a number of additional ways. Having creative resources improves grades, standardized testing, and lower drop out rates. Teaching creative expression to students lowers stress and helps to reduce suicide events.
Working with students is not new for Eisenberg, a former special education teacher in Los Angeles. He speaks to writers and filmmakers throughout the country about artistic pursuits. At Pine Ridge Eisenberg will be speaking to thousands of students and share his ideas on the arts, including music, dance, writing, movies and even videogames.
"The Chronicles of Ara" is a fantasy novel, with sequels planned. The novel will be produced as an eight-hour mini series for Ovation TV. The authors are committed to helping the teens at Pine Ridge fight stress and depression, the leading causes of suicide.
Whether you are a germophobe or not, no one likes the idea of lurking bacteria. Yes, there are some good bacteria that our bodies need but there are also very harmful bacteria that can be detrimental to our health. New research is showing that there is also seasonality to some of these bacteria that can spike in the summer months.
Sherry Torkos, holistic pharmacist and author of more than a dozen books on natural health and healing says that bacterial infections may stem from something like food poisoning or an urinary tract infection but if not treated properly it can become lethal to your health.
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Visiting on Late Night Health is William Rader, a former doctor who has spent twenty years researching stem cell therapies. He offers treatment for patients with chronic disease including Parkinson's, some cancers, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis and others.