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Award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn encourages people to take charge of their healthcare! Mark is a veteran host and healthcare consumer. New shows downloaded every weekend!

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    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 8:55

    Just in time for the New Year and weekends filled with big games a new collection of winning recipes created with “fresh-picks” is available for all your entertaining needs. From protein-packed egg bites to an easy yet impressive pizza salad these menu items voted on by consumers will have your guests raving and coming back for seconds. Food influencer, cookbook author and Founder of the BakerMama blog Maegan Brown visits with Mark Alyn to share inspiring recipes for quick and easy meals, plus a great plan for your big game gatherings for the playoffs and Super Bowl. Maegan has teamed up with the Albertsons Companies to show you how to use exclusive, fan-favorite “Fresh Picks” products to assemble meals that your whole family will enjoy.

    Making Pain Go Away

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 25:01

    Muscle pain is a major medical problem for 60-85% of the population who report experiencing nonspecific back pain of muscular origin at some time in their lifetime. Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, an internationally renowned pain specialist, well-versed in multiple issues confronting people experiencing acute and chronic pain has certainly been in high demand since the coronavirus has made its rounds. But viral infections are only one reason you could be experiencing muscle aches and pain. Other common causes include overexertion and trauma to the body. However, it's the lesser-known causes of muscle pain that people may be unaware of and could confuse with symptoms of a virus. Dr. Joseph Pergolizzi joins Mark Alyn for a discussion on how to stop pain.

    Gear For Granny & Gramps -

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 24:55

    Alzheimer's Disease is the focus of the dialogue ¬¬¬¬Late Night Health's Mark Alyn has with Bruce Barnet, CEO of SiMPL Technology. SiMPL solves problems for seniors… and those who care for them. That's SiMPL Technology and its initial line of five senior and caregiver products. Bruce Barnet visits with Mark Alyn.

    The 47 Billion Dollar Man - SJ Manning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 10:24

    Some people collect stamps, memorabilia, music, dolls, Zippo lighters, bottle caps, stamps, Happy Meals toys, rocks, bad habits …Manning collects people and stories.SJ Manning is responsible for having sold $47 billion dollars worth of consumer products during his career in Direct Marketing. Chocolates, collectibles, flowers, cars, brain-food, ice in the middle of the Arctic winter, and more. SJ Manning, the author of Pimps, Whores & Patrons of Virtue visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Transgender Troops - Serving With Honor & Integrity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 25:01

    Based on data from the Williams Institute at UCLA, roughly 15,500 transgender persons serve in the US military and 134,300 military veterans identify as transgender—though the actual numbers are certainly much higher. Should transgender service members celebrate the future of a more inclusive military—or prepare for a next administration to turn back the clock again? In With Honor and Integrity: Transgender Troops in Their Own Words, Lt. Col. Bree Fram, who is serving openly as a transgender woman in the US Space Force, and her co-author, Máel Embser-Herbert, sociology professor and US Army veteran, explore the practical, social, financial, and medical concerns of transgender troops through the voices of transgender military personnel, past and present. They share honest, heartfelt, and often heart-wrenching accounts from 26 individuals who know what it is like to serve in the US military as a trans person. Lt. Col. Bree Fram talks with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    How Old Are You Really?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 25:01

    While it is customary to measure age chronologically, by birthday, science is proving that it is our biological age that matters most to determine the length of healthspan or amount of time a person will maintain good health. Francis Palmer, MD, a world-renowned, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and author of “What's Your Number?” has spent more than three decades of his career helping people look younger by altering outside appearances under the knife, but has now dramatically shifted his career focus to helping people learn ways to turn back the clock from the inside out, and the best part is, no surgery is required. Dr. Palmer visits on this edition of Late Night Health.

    A Look At NeedyMeds

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 25:00

    NeedyMeds was started in 1997 by Richard J. Sagall, MD, a family physician, and Libby Overly, MSW, MEd, a medical social worker. Both realized there was a need for a centralized resource for information on pharmaceutical patient assistance programs. With the Internet becoming an important source of information, they decided that was the perfect medium for this ever-changing information.Since then NeedyMeds has grown considerably. The website has become the premier source of information on all types of programs that assists those who can't afford their medications or health care costs.In order to better meet its goals, NeedyMeds became a 501(c)3 non-profit (Pennsylvania) corporation in June, 2003. In 2006, the business office moved from Philadelphia, PA, to Gloucester, MA becoming a Massachusetts corporation in 2011.Since its inception, NeedyMeds' goals have been to:Provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on Patient Assistance Programs (PAPSs) and other programs that help those in need obtain their medications and medical careTo provide the information at no costPreserve users anonymity by not requiring any registration to use the website or any data input when accessing the informationAssist those who have difficulty accessing the NeedyMeds' informationEducate healthcare professionals and consumers about the programsThe primary method of providing information is the NeedyMeds website ( The homepage currently receives over 16,000 unique visitors per workday, with the number peaking at over 17,000 some days. Most weekdays there are over 70,000 total page views. Dr. Segall returns to Late Night Health.

    Keep Calm, Stay Sharp & Sleep Tight in 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 25:01

    Board-certified naturopathic doctor Dr. Drew, says parents and grandparents have to keep calm, stay sharp and sleep tight as they shift their children and teens into the new year. It may feel like 2022 is going to get back to normal after a never-ending year of lockdown and virtual learning since 2020, but most families are not feeling quite out of the woods yet. Dr. Sinatra says the anxiety and stress adults feel can easily transfer to everyone in the family. Dr. Sinatra visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.

    Love At Last - Finding Love Late in Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 25:05

    Brian McGowan is a former Wall Street management consultant. He is currently writing a book entitled, “Just Another Day of Hell in Paradise,” which chronicles the epic journey of his wife's illness. Due to a rare liver condition that left her in a state not unlike the boy in the bubble, she was unable to win the battle, and died on a beach in Hawaii in 2015.Servet Hasan is a best-selling author, public speaker, and radio host, among other media endeavors. She has published several books for Llewellyn Worldwide Publishers, and her latest, “Growing Old Sucks, But It Doesn't Have To,” which she co-authored with Mark Alyn.Both in their sixties, they initially connected when Servet agreed to consult on Brian's book. Having lost her husband over two decades ago, and Brian a recent widow, the two struck up a conversation that moved beyond business into their own personal struggles. Each conveyed how difficult it was to find intimacy again, or frankly, whether either of them dared to take that leap of love in the first place.Servet and Brian chat with Mark Alyn about love on this episode of Late Night Health.

    Fact or Fiction?: Do Multivitamins Really Help Fight Colds and Viruses?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 25:01

    During the cold winter months ahead, research has shown that there is no magic “multivitamin” pill that will ward off the sniffles and keep your body in top shape. Ultimately, eating heathy, exercise and good sleep habits are the best way to ensure that you are ready to fight off colds and viruses. Dr. Cornelius Ferreira, a board-certified family physician at Nuvance Health, sits down with Mark Alyn to explain whether taking these supplements is worth the cost and effort!

    The Sky's the Limit for Drone Use In the Healthcare Industry

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 25:01

    Although awareness of and appreciation for commercial drone systems are growing, many medical businesses are unaware of the opportunities drones offer to achieve better business practices, streamline solutions, elevate profitability and save human lives! In a recent discussion with Barry Alexander, founder and CEO of Aquiline Drones (AD), a CT-based drone manufacturer and cloud solutions company, Mark learned that there's a new healthcare revolution happening in America and it's being led by drone technology.

    NJ Labs SupplySide West on LNH

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 16:40

    Although NJ Labs got its start in dairy testing, it eventually became more recognized and built up its reputation as an innovator in the industry with a history of pioneering standardized analytical testing methods and control systems. Under new ownership, the laboratory dropped “Dairy” from its name in the late 1970s as it expanded into new industries, including pharmaceutical, environmental and water testing services.“NJ Labs wasn't always focused on the pharmaceutical and dietary supplement industry,” said Sandra Lee, CEO of NJ Labs. “We started as a dairy lab that serviced the ice cream and milk industries with truck drivers that drove around New Jersey and New York to collect samples. However, when I joined in 2013, we were moving more towards dietary supplements because the FDA had begun to step in and regulate the industry more, creating an opportunity for NJ Labs to expand.” Sandra Lee joins Mark Alyn for a conversation about testing for safety.

    Immunity For The Holidays

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 22:07

    James B. LaValle is a clinical pharmacist, board certified clinical nutritionist, author of more than 20 books and clinical director for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Performance Health Program. He provides key nutrition guidance he provides athletes on and off the field to maintain peak performance. While many of us may not be athletes, LaValle says flu season layered in with coronavirus threats means we need to actively train our bodies to be more responsive when under attack. He says this fall is “game day” for everyone and like they say on the field, the best offense is a good defense. LaValle will discuss foods like garlic, grains and greens that are immunity and antibody all-stars for your entire "Quaranteam." Jim visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Giving Tuesday

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 7:57

    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 year, and the unique challenges that nonprofit and social good organizations are facing, it's never been more important to contribute to causes that mean the most to us, and to help these organizations. We discuss the importance of GivingTuesday with an expert on social good from Blackbaud, the world's leading cloud software company powering social good. Blackbaud serves the entire social good community, which includes nonprofits, foundations, corporations, education institutions, healthcare institutions, arts and cultural organizations, faith communities, and individual change agents. Rachel Hutchisson Blackbaud, who will explain the importance of GivingTuesday and how giving during one-day and year-round campaigns can truly change lives, visits with us on Late Night Health.. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT #GIVINGTUESDAY:GET INVOLVED—How to find ways to get involved and help your favorite organizationsDONATION INSPIRATION—Why it's easier than ever to donate to thousands of worthy organizations that have been vetted by experts SOCIAL GOOD ORGANIZATIONS—Learn how one-day giving campaigns fit into a year-round giving strategyVOLUNTEER—How you can help by sharing your time and expertise on GivingTuesday

    Great Tech Gifts For The Holidays!

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 8:59

    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 the newest, most powerful tech working for you. You can now find that technology in devices powered by Snapdragon, the latest generation of processors from Qualcomm. Jessica Naziri, founder of TechSesh.Co, influencer, tech expert and content creator has partnered with Qualcomm to share how this new technology is powering all the hottest tech devices on everyone's holiday wish list. She visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.


    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 9:58

    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 unwavering support they provided, and continue to provide, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives.John L. Lehr is the President and CEO of the non-profit Parkinson's Foundation, and Marie Head, primary caregiver for her husband who was diagnosed with PD in 2011 join Mark Alyn on this episode f Late Night Health. You'll learn how a strong support network is essential and that care partners must make sure they are taken care of, too. Additionally, the Foundation provides dedicated articles at, a guidebook titled Caring and Coping, and a discussion group on its online community aimed to help care partners build an online community.

    Dating for Lasting Love

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 25:01

    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 them as desperate. Or worse, foolish. After all, happily ever after only happens in fairytales, right? In Marriage Minded: An A-to-Z Dating Guide for Lasting Love, psychotherapist Marcia Naomi Berger reveals why choosing marriage can be wonderfully fulfilling. Berger offers an assortment of practical tips, wisdom, reassurance, and inspiring true stories for every woman who longs to find a life partner and create a union that fulfills her—emotionally, spiritually, sexually, and materially. Marcia joins Mark Alyn for a lively discussion on marriage.

    Be Your Own Medical Intuitive

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 25:01

    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 assesses the impact from the environment, relationships, animals, emotions, beliefs, deceased people, alive people, traumatic events, and past lives and how they create struggles or illness for each person. In BE YOUR OWN MEDICAL INTUITIVE: Healing Your Body and Soul, Tina Zion offers precise, doable, self-healing methods to positively change physical, mental, and emotional challenges. It is for one's healing and transformation into a healthier body, healthier mind, and a cutting-edge intuitive awareness of the world around you. Tina visits with Mark Alyn on this episode.

    Get Your Financial Health in Order With Capital One

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 8:47

    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 your Credit” -- to share some timely financial inspiration for the holidays. Also, learn why Ash Cash is teaming up with Capital One and their new Capital One Quicksilver Secured card to provide more opportunities to build responsible credit habits and earn cash back rewards on all purchases—during the busiest shopping season of the year. Ash visits with Mark Alyn.

    Supporting HBCU Students Interested in Natural Health Careers

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 25:01

    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 event to fundraise for the “Organic & Natural Health Scholarship Fund” at Old Soul Restaurant in Las Vegas. Informa Markets is the headlining sponsor for the event with a $5,000 commitment. The event will take place at the start of the SupplySide West conference.“Increasing diversity and promoting DEI initiatives among organizations in the natural products industry is a priority focus at Informa Markets,” said Jon Benninger, vice president and market leader for SupplySide, Informa Markets. “Having more diversity in leadership positions within the industry allows us all to serve a larger audience of consumers who need to know about natural products. We see the Williams-Franklin Foundation as a good vehicle to attract new talent into the industry.” Karen talks with Mark alyn about this upcoming event.

    Keep Your Computer Safe

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 8:44

    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 magazine named Mr. Ravichandran one of the most powerful C-E-OS 40 and under in 20-14 and 20-15.An engineer by trade, Hari is named more than 40 approved or pending technology patents.He visits with Mark Alyn to talk about keeping your computers safe.

    Saving Money Shopping At The Grocery Store

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 7:32

    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 Julie Hartigan has teamed up with Albertsons to break down her top “tips, tricks and hacks” for grocery shopping. During this interview your viewers and listeners will learn how to shop smarter while making grocery shopping easier and fun, while saving time and money. Learn how to get the most from your local store while earning freebies by doing what you always do: shop. Julie visits with Mark Alyn.

    Rescue Your Career

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 25:03

    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 can reset how we think, revise what we say, and rescue our careers without quitting, feeling stuck, or changing everything in our lives. Darcy shares her super power with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Farmers Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 10:07

    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-represented populations in the farming community, including female, nonbinary, LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and beginning farmers. Tillamook County Creamery Association – the Oregon-based dairy co-op known for its epic cheese, ice cream, and yogurt – is a champion for the future of farming. Jocelyn Bridson, Director of Environment & Community Impact, Tillamook County Creamery Association talks with Mark Alyn about the future of farming.

    Medical Malpractice Needs To Change

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 25:03

    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 malpractice attorney joins Mark Alyn for a lively look at the archaic laws governing medical malpractice.

    StoryTeaching with Encantos

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 9:24

    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. Education technology expert Anna Maria Chavez, Encantos' Chief Impact Officer, talks with Mark Alyn about a new program that goes beyond teaching the basics. Instead, this new app-based platform focuses on teaching the critical life skills that the World Economic Forum has said “every student needs” in the 21st century. You'll also learn about the demand for ‘EdTech' from parents who want to supplement their kids' education from the classroom into the living room, and how this important platform meets the needs of many students.

    The Benefits of Assisted Living

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 24:56

    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 community are real and meaningful and supportive. Residents go through the trials of everyday life together laughing about the minutia of expectations, needs and wants.Christy Christine is an accomplished Senior Specialist with a 30 year career working in the senior living industry passionately guiding, educating and coaching seniors as well as their families towards their next chapter. She has an MBA with specialization in Health Care Administration, Certified Alzheimer's Support Group Facilitator and is a Certified Argentum Senior Counselor. Jennie Paul, a long time journalist and Christy talk with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late NIght Health.

    Child Safety Seats

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 8:37

    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 research showing that 52% of all car seats inspected by Child Passenger Safety Technicians were improperly installed, yet only 1 in 5 consumers seek expert help installing a car seat. Aldo Vazquez, of AAA shares how parents and caregivers can educate themselves and seek out the many free resources, such as virtual or in-person car seat inspections in their communities. We hope you share this important safety information about car seats and booster seats. Aldo visits with Mark Alyn.

    Diabetes & The Pandemic

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 7:35

    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% of Americans age 65 and older have diabetes, making the disease the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S. Thomas Grace, MD., shares his personal story about living with Type 1 diabetes and new life-saving technology that is available for help patients properly monitoring glucose levels. You'll learn why Dr. Grace, the Director of the Blanchard Valley Diabetes Center, is teaming up with Dexcom to raise awareness of the benefits of a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system that is proven to have significant benefits on a user's health. The sad fact is that many of your listeners are not aware of these monitoring devices, which use a small, wearable sensor and transmitter to measure and send real-time glucose values wirelessly to a smart device or receiver, that can now be paid for through Medicare. Dr. Grace talks with Mark Alyn.

    Brain Health & Concussions

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 13:54

    Truth. Lies & Alzheimer's - the Secret Faces

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 24:55

    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. will develop the disease every 33 seconds and as many as 13 million people could be afflicted with Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. by 2050 if a cure is not found, according to the Alzheimer's Association. "Truth. Lies & Alzheimer's - the Secret Faces", author Lisa Skinner talks to Mark Alyn about this devastating disease.

    Blood Money - The Fight To Protect Consumers From Medical Lab Fraud

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 25:01

    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” stories in the healthcare world — until now. Author and Whileblower Chris Riedel speaks with Mark Alyn.

    Is Bigger Better? A Look At Your Brains!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 25:01

    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 Control Which One Speaks for You, Kevin Thomas McCarney shares his insights into the two major guiding forces that decide how we react or respond in any given situation—and ultimately define our reputation and relationships with others. He offers an arsenal of tools plus seven principles to help anyone keep their primal brain in check and consistently practice thoughtful communication. Kevin visits with Mark Alyn to determine which is better...Big or Little!

    Tummy Issues With Vanguard Gastroenterology

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 25:01

    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 Alyn for a discussion on gastroenterology.

    An Easy Way To Learn Science - with Fascinating Education

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 25:01

    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 science education and how it will help the health of America!

    Simpl - Helping Seniors & Their Families

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 25:01

    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 remind memory loss patients to take their meds, eat meals, keep important appointments and more. Hearing these messages in a familiar voice has been shown to deliver the highest level of medication and task adherence. Rosie's high adoptability by cognitively-challenged patients is due to its ease of use, said inventor Gary Rotman, whose father's dementia inspired him to create the Rosie. Rotman serves as COO for SiMPL Technologies.

    The Highest of Care - Then A Chat With Robert Clancy

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 25:01

    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 healing journey of Roseman's relationship with her mother, rife with lack of communication and power struggles. Battling depression and exhaustion, she struggled to connect with her mother only to be met by rejection.

    Moving America Forward - Small Business & Verizon

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 10:11

    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, Verizon has made supporting small and medium businesses a main priority. In fact, medium businesses also have their own unique challenges as a result of the pandemic. They often want to compete against enterprises but have fewer resources. Aparna can speak about the types of technologies these businesses are embracing; it's not a one-size fits all approach. On September 9, Verizon SVP, Aparna Khurjekar is available to discuss how small and medium see the current business landscape in an exclusive new study, including: attitudes toward the pandemic's effects on operations, sales, and much more. All this as remote work increases, and we see how and where many businesses are pivoting with the impact of COVID on the workplace. Plus, find out how small and medium businesses are leveraging new technologies like 5G, and remote work to boost customer and employee experience.Senior Vice President of Verizon Business Markets Aparna Khurjekar joins Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Chef Ryan Scott Talks About Family Grilling & Open Nature Products

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 8:34

    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, and

    Propane School Buses Are Healthier For Kids

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 7:14

    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 operating officer of Columbia Propane, a unit of the Columbia Energy Group. Tucker is also the former chairman of a PERC advisory committee on engine fuel matters and is active with the National Propane Gas Association and the Virginia Propane Gas Association.

    Jeanniey Walden

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 10:23

    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 for returning to office-life. She talks about what companies are doing to lure workers back, while sharing important information about new technologies that will change everything from the way we communicate to the way we are paid. You'll also learn about important changes in the workforce that will keep us safe and financially fit.

    Anti-Aging & Longevity

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 25:03

    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 functional medicine practice that is committed to helping clients maximize their immune system, prevent disease and chronic conditions, while enhancing energy, vitality, and performance by identifying the root causes of diseases and treating them.

    Pro Sports & Covid - Transcending Grief

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 24:56

    Noted sports host Fred Wallin joins Mark Alyn for a look at how the world of sports is handling the pandemic. In the second half of the show, robert Clancy talks about grief with Mark

    Feeding America® During WhatABurger's Orange Spirit Week

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 8:28

    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 partnering with Feeding America to provide 2.5 million meals to help address the issue of hunger families and children face in America. You'll also learn about Orange Spirit Week and the Whataburger Feeding Student Success program, which provides food and essentials for students, including things like college resource rooms and scholarships.Dash Blaker, Director, Public Relations & Community Experience Whataburger, visits with Mark Alyn.

    Prisoner of Prilosec

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 25:01

    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 level, which could have been corrected with basic supplementation. Dr. Ratner joins Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.

    The Healing Tree

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2021 10:27

    Moe Lam, from The Healing Tree joins Mark Alyn for a conversation about Natural Chinese Herbs.

    Summer Stealth Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 25:01

    Meridan Zerner helps you stay hydrated throughout the long summer days using protein and fiber-rich greens in powder form with three quick and simple recipes that the whole family can enjoy. She talks with Mark Alyn about more greens in your diet.

    Pandemic Related Mental Health Services For Teens Are in Need - Paradigm Treatment Steps Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 22:51

    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?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 25:01

    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.

    The Vegan Lifestyle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 25:04

    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 Alyn about why eating a plant-based diet is great for people and the planet.

    Work For FedEx Express

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 7:35

    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.

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