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Integrative Osteopathic Medicine with Dr. Rosenthal & Brittany McCollum
May 07, 2013 06:32 PM PDT
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How would you react if the physician you were seeing was wearing leather biker boots, a Hawaiian shirt and sporting a handle bar mustache? Would you be turned off, or intrigued by his appearance?

Find out how one of my guests reacted, and listen to a prediction regarding the future path of the medical community.

Did you know.... with Nisey Carbone
May 01, 2013 04:44 PM PDT
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If you want to know what creates "trans fat", how our bodies respond to processed sugar and flour, whether or not you should wash your face in the evening and in the morning; Listen in.
You'll hear interesting facts about well known nutrients and more.

Here's to your Health!

Mens Health with Nurse Jacquie
April 23, 2013 08:46 AM PDT
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What are the top health threats that men face?
What is Andropause? Does it have similar symptoms in men as does menopause in women?

The answer to these questions as well as information on prostate and colon cancer are discussed in this episode.

Type 2 Diabetes with Dr. Charles Bens
April 19, 2013 12:27 PM PDT
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Type 2 Diabetes used to be called Late Onset Diabetes because it generally didn't manifest until people were in their 40's. Currently over half of the nations type 2 diabetics are children and teenagers! When you hear Dr. Bens tell you the statical projections for this disease and the cost of treating it over the coming decades, you will be shocked and appalled.

Find out what you can do to prevent or reverse this disease in your children.
Dr. Bens latest book "Rebecca Sues her Mother" will further your understanding as well as providing additional insights and information.

Women In Osteopathic Medicine with Dr. Thomas Quinn
April 09, 2013 03:39 PM PDT
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Dr. Thomas Quinn, author of "The Feminine Touch, Women in Osteopathic Medicine", relates some of the fascinating highlights from his book.

Find out the real story about how the first woman, Elizabeth Blackwell, was accepted into medical school back in the late 1800's. After graduating there wasn't a hospital in the country who would hire her to practice medicine. Where there's a will there's a way though. Listen to find out how the tenacious Blackwell didn't let that (or anything else) stop her.

Dr. Quinn makes a prediction about the future of women in medicine.

Spectracell with Carrie Simon
April 02, 2013 09:51 AM PDT
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Most of us take vitamins and supplements because we know we should. What we take is frequently decided by what we've read in a magazine, or heard from a friend or other source. We rarely think about if what we're taking is really something our bodies need, or even if we're efficiently utilizing the supplements that we're currently taking.

What about all those supplements that we don't know about and aren't taking.
Suppose we're deficient in some of those? Can that affect us?

You bet it can, and some of it can be serious.

Autism and Children with Dr. Katherine Clements
March 26, 2013 02:48 PM PDT
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What are the signs of autism in children?
If your child is exhibiting slow developmental growth or is missing some of their growth milestones, does that mean that your child may have autism?

Autism displays a broad spectrum of symptoms that you may not be aware of. To find out more about this steadily increasing disorder among our children, as well as children all over the world, listen to what Naturopathic, autism expert Katherine Clements has to say.

Raw Food with Jenna Norwood
March 19, 2013 09:38 AM PDT
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Is eating a Raw Food diet the same as being a vegetarian?
The answer is not as simple as you may think.

Jenna will de-mystify the perceptions surrounding a raw food diet, and give you her first hand experiences with eating raw. She'll share the stories and results of people that she interviewed for her documentary "Supercharge Me - 30 days raw", and give you some insider tips.

Center for Building HOpe with Dianne Whitten
March 05, 2013 02:33 PM PST
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The most common response to a diagnosis of cancer in any form, is FEAR. Anger, frustration, 'why me' and other responses are most likely to follow. Your physical body is being treated by physicians, but what do you do about the the emotional and mental pain and anguish that you're feeling?

The Center for Building Hope is an out patient, not for profit organization whose sole purpose is to support cancer patients, their spouses, care givers, friends and relatives. The Center will address education, support, and mind/body issues, through programs, events, classes, a sense of community and much more.

To find out how you can help support this marvelous foundation, and save money on your bridal gown!!!
Listen now.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America with Harris Frank
February 26, 2013 12:53 PM PST
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I know many people who are dis-satisfied with the level of care they receive from the medical community these days. I hear complaints that doctors aren't spending enough time with them, or aren't "hearing" their complaints or addressing them fully. In other words, people feel as though they're being treated as a 'number' or an 'ailment', rather than as a person.

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America follow a Patient Empowered model. Every patient has a team of western and integrative professionals working towards complete mind/body care.

Listen in to find out more about this forward thinking approach, it's benefits and results.

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