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    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 10:02

    Just in time for Arbor Day, the Arbor Day Foundation is renewing its efforts to plant 500 million trees. The organization celebrates the power of trees to oxygenate the planet, purify water and air, lower city temperatures, provide habitat, nurture the soul, and provide essential food sources. A new national survey shows that 94 percent of Americans believe trees are good for the planet. Plus, nearly 9 out of 10 say now is a critical time to replant our nation's forest. We have a special interview with Dan Lambe, who is the CEO of the Arbor Day Foundation, the largest non-profit member organization dedicated to planting trees. He visits with Mark Alyn on this editon of Late Night Health. Lambe is available to discuss how trees and forests are the number one nature-based solution for reversing the negative effects of a changing climate. He will explain why ‘If ever there was a time to be planting trees, that time is now.' This renewed campaign comes on the heels of Earth Day and in celebration of Arbor Day 2023. Plus, find out how a global movement to plant trees is gaining momentum, learn about the need to act on a massive scale and plant millions of trees today to have a measurable and lasting impact on billions of lives tomorrow. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT THE IMPACT OF TREES: PLANTING TREES — How to do your part by planting in your own community GROWING INFO — Tips for choosing how and where to plant the right tree URGENT NEED — A rousing call for environmental action ARBOR FACTS — More at 500,000 employed in urban forestry activities SPOKESPERSON BACKGROUND: Lambe is CEO of the Arbor Day Foundation, an organization founded in 1972. Under Dan's leadership, the Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees. During his 17 years with the Foundation, he has led the development of innovative programs that expand the organization's global reach, including international forest restoration efforts and the most recent Tree Cities of the World program. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022, the Arbor Day Foundation has helped to plant almost 500 million trees in cities and forests in more than 50 countries.For more information visit #arborday

    Discovering Longevity

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 25:01

    Could we live better if the damage from hidden stress that starts at birth was reversed? The evidence is proving yes, beyond what standard care has been able to achieve.New therapies are being combined with standard medicine to target the hidden effects of stress, resulting in success for thousands of heart patients. as described in the #1 Bestselller in five Amazon categories; Discovering the Nature of Longevity, and its Companion The Story of NanobacTX: How a medical maverick improved cardiovascular health.With a Foreword by one of America's leading cardiologists, Discovering the Nature of Longevity describes how these aren't cures, but are improving lives by reversing the damage. The stories are told in plain language, supported by more than 700 scientific citations. Author Douglas Mulhall vists with Mark Alyn.

    After the Elephant Recap: Supplements/Ingredients/Pet Panel 

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 40:27

    In the supplements/ingredients/pet panel “After the Elephant” discussion of “Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Critical Communications Strategies in the Face of Sexism','' host of Late Night Health Radio, Mark Alyn, moderated the conversation with guests: Tyshawn Bryant, CEO of Green Regimen, Lillian Cartwright, board member of Naturally New York and Thomas Aarts, founder and managing director of Nutrition Business Advisors, respond and discuss session five of the sexism seminar series and challenge other leaders in the industry to do some deep work to make meaningful and fundamental changes when it comes to sexism within the natural products industry. The discussion included some key takeaways and memorable moments including:Bryant started by stating that there is a clear theme and it's that the younger generation is moving the older generation forward and pushing the boundaries toward more inclusion. He mentions that the younger generations are the ones that want to make a change, as the older generation can be complacent. Tyshawn states, “Acceptance is really what's necessary, and from acceptance, we can come to a compromise and make this place a better place to be.” Cartwright spoke on how it's hard when the ownership falls on the shoulders of the marginalized population to educate the broader population. Cartwright states, “If you're not able to find a reason to care, if it doesn't change your life in any way, you're less likely to take action against it.” Cartwright finds that women and minorities have to step up, help each other out and give other people something to listen to and potentially influence their decisions down the road. Another theme noted in the discussion was the male guests acknowledging that they want to learn from this series and are still learning, as they don't want to unintentionally say a sexist comment or make someone uncomfortable. Aarts said that he didn't always think about these topics of inclusion and sexism before but expressed that he “needs to be more careful with my communication.” Aarts states he's a naturally social person and with that, he needs to be more aware of social cues in professional settings. Alyn wrapped up the session by asking the guests what solutions can be implemented today to help solve this problem. Aart recommended putting women in positions of power while Cartwright believes in creating mandates like workforces made up of 50% men and 50% women.Session Five Action Items:Treat people how you would want to be treated.Don't assume a woman is aggressive when she's being assertive.Accept others first before questioning them. Create safe spaces for marginalized groups. Have younger generations challenge traditional/outdated norms.Question others when they hand you a “sexist task” (like making coffee runs).Put more women in leadership positions.Be part of the change and help us say #GoodbyeElephants by learning more at

    After the Elephant Recap: Legal/Finance/Marketing/Retail Panel 

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 44:23

    In the legal/finance/marketing/retail “After the Elephant” discussion of “Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Critical Communications Strategies in the Face of Sexism','' host of Late Night Health Radio, Mark Alyn, moderated the conversation with guests: Alan Lewis, vice president, advocacy & governmental affairs at Natural Grocers, Denise Lamberston, founder and chairwoman of LMS, and Ryan Honeyman, partner and owner of LIFT Economy to respond and discuss session four of the sexism seminar series and challenge other leaders in the industry to do some deep work to make meaningful and fundamental changes when it comes to sexism within the natural products industry. The discussion included some key takeaways and memorable moments including:Lewis noted that respect is necessary for both men and women when having these conversations in addition to setting boundaries and also mentioned that many men may lack respect because they fear that, “if they are vulnerable, they will suffer at the hands of other people, specifically men.”Lambertson has noticed, from her experience in the natural products industry, that men are less likely to invest in female entrepreneurs because there is concern that women must split their time between work and being a caretaker at home. Instead of continuing with this belief, businesses need to change their ideas of what “work” looks like and create an environment that is attractive to all people with different needs.Honeyman expressed that he was happy to see both men and women from all different backgrounds as part of the conversation on sexism because everyone is affected by it, not just women. He also noted that, for him, respect is a “baseline necessity” and believes we need “not just respect, but creating belonging” for everyone moving forward.Each guest noted that respect seemed to be a common theme for this panel. Because respect is viewed differently by everyone, Lambertson noted that we need to ask ourselves “How can we set benchmarks for what respectful behavior is?” Session Four Action Items: Have respect for yourself and others.Set boundaries.Take responsibility for actions.Take sexist complaints seriously.Change views on what work looks like.Practice pitching with a trusted person.Avoid “discomfort giggle” with investors. Project confidence. Be your authentic self.Handle aggressors in the moment. Back up marketing targeted to women with real action.Be part of the change and help us say #GoodbyeElephants by learning more at

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    After the Elephant Recap: Food/Beverage/Beauty Panel 

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 30:27

    After the Elephant Recap: Food/Beverage/Beauty Panel In the trade media/association “After the Elephant” discussion of “Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Critical Communications Strategies in the Face of Sexism','' host of Late Night Health Radio, Mark Alyn, moderated the conversation with guests: Eric Schnell, co-founder of BeyondBrands and Beyond SKU, Jasmine Dickens, COO/operations manager of Misha's Kind Foods, and Miguel Leal, co-founder/CEO of SOMOS Foods, to respond and discuss session three of the sexism seminar series and challenge other leaders in the industry to do some deep work to make meaningful and fundamental changes when it comes to sexism within the natural products industry. The discussion included some key takeaways and memorable moments including:Schnell noted that he had a mix of emotions after watching the panel. He was “sad, angry and disgusted” at the presence of sexism in the natural products industry, but he was also happy that women on the panel finally had a platform to speak about their experiences. Schnell also noted the importance of conversations about sexism, such as this one, that “act as a catalyst for change.”Dickens was also excited to be having this discussion, but she noted that we have a very long way to go in the quest to end sexism. She noted that until recently, women were always hushed and not allowed to speak on their own experiences with sexism. She said that “we have to be willing to take risks collectively” for this change to occur. When it comes to leadership, “we need to be willing to lose an account or client to hold the abuser accountable in the event of sexual harassment.” Leal said that he is glad to be a part of this series to learn how he can play a role in ending sexism and how “all of us, especially men, can become a bigger part of the change.” Leal noted that companies need to have resources that allow an individual to file a complaint or concern to retailers, and how being heard is important for change in the future. Each guest agreed that more accountability needs to be taken when it comes to sexism in the natural products industry, especially from men and those in leadership. Additionally, empowering women through leadership roles can also be a driving force in creating a long-term change. Session Three Action Items:Stop calling employees "family."Create policies at work on how to behave.Don't ask about relationship statuses.Compliment women for accomplishments not on appearance.Leadership must set the tone for culture.Don't tell someone to "smile" (it's belittling).Prioritize women leadership on boards (by 51% or more).Boycott retailers for abusive behavior.Develop an educational program requirement for industry leaders.Be part of the change and help us say #GoodbyeElephants by learning more at

    After the Elephant Recap: Healthcare/Nutrition/Science Panel

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 40:19

    In the healthcare/nutrition/science “After the Elephant” discussion of “Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Critical Communications Strategies in the Face of Sexism','' host of Late Night Health Radio, Mark Alyn, moderated the conversation with guests: Elan Sudberg, CEO, Alkemist Labs, Salma Fathalla, senior director of quality and regulatory, Bonafide Health and Gabriel Paulino, chief product officer & co-founder,, to respond and discuss session two of the sexism seminar series and challenge other leaders in the industry to do some deep work to make meaningful and fundamental changes when it comes to sexism within the natural products industry. The discussion included some key takeaways and memorable moments including:Sudberg's surprise that the panelists shared so many personal accounts of sexual harassment and sexist comments that they deal with on a daily basis, and said that it seemed like an hour wasn't long enough to talk about it; that they could have gone on for several more hours discussing their own personal stories, “I'm aware that these things happen, but not to this extent, and if we don't talk about it, we would never know.”Paulino said one of his biggest takeaways from the session was the concept of the “queen bee” or internalized misogyny, and that he didn't realize that women hate on women too, giving women just another obstacle to deal with, “Women live in fear pretty much every day and it's like how can you even function when you live in fear?”Fathalla said she was not surprised by the multiple stories of sexual harassment and sexist comments, that she herself has dealt with during much of her career, and made the point, “It's about time that we have this conversation and not just in a group of women, but also involving male figures and people from all levels of leadership.”To wrap up the discussion, there were many ideas on ways the industry could take action and each individual could become more aware of personal actions. Sudberg said, “I'm a hugger…. but (based on the panel) I'm rethinking my personal policy of hugging, because what if someone is not comfortable saying no to a hug and suddenly now we're embracing and that's an uncomfortable situation for them and in the future for me? I've already learned something really good.” Session Two Action Items:Identify and call out "queen bee" behavior.Men: create an initial expectation from the very first interaction. Avoid flirting.Don't gossip.Raise up other women.Document violations. Write down feelings.Focus on her accomplishments not looks.Keep social media open to partner/spouse.Women elevated to leadership have an opportunity to change the environment.Certify companies as "safe" places to work.Speak up and support other women.Be part of the change and help us say #GoodbyeElephants by learning more at

    After the Elephant Recap: Trade Media/Associations Panel

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2023 36:23

    After the Elephant Recap: Trade Media/Associations PanelIn the trade media/association “After the Elephant” discussion of “Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Critical Communications Strategies in the Face of Sexism','' host of Late Night Health Radio, Mark Alyn, moderated the conversation with guests: Hank Shultz, senior editor at Natural Products Insider, Katrina Tolentino, executive director at Naturally Network, and Craig M. Muckle, senior director of communications at Council for Responsible Nutrition, to respond and discuss session one of the sexism seminar series and challenge other leaders in the industry to do some deep work to make meaningful and fundamental changes when it comes to sexism within the natural products industry. The discussion included some key takeaways and memorable moments including:Tolentino: “When we're having these conversations, what we're actually trying to do is bridge the gap, whether its a generation gap or its a gender gap.”Muckle: “The United States is based on freedom, but some people feel like they have more freedom than others.”Shultz stressed the need for equality: “If you want full equality, there has to be equality across all categories, if not, everyone's diminished.” Tolentino gave a concrete example of sexism that's often overlooked: “Ignoring an email from a woman because you didn't like the opinion that she had… that has an effect.” Further noting that because we are so used to sexism in our daily lives that, “we're looking for overt and much more damaging behaviors to call out,” while missing the more common dismissive actions. Additionally she noted, “Obedience sounds a lot like respect to men,” pointing out that, “when women have an opinion and it's different from a man's opinion, it's seen as disrespect.” Alyn admitted that, “I'm doing things that I don't realize that I'm doing and I want to learn.” Session One Action Items:Introduce her in a group.Invite her to the VIP event.Cultivate female sources for stories.Have conversations vs. presentations.Call it out if the boss has a poor response.Discuss sexism issues with leadership.Keep producing diversity content.Keep inviting people. Don't give up.Don't be surprised by her title, respect it.Don't tell her to "check with her husband" or call her "honey."Be part of the change and help us say #GoodbyeElephants by learning more at

    Get Control of Your Blood Pressure Naturally

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2023 25:01

    We started out as a diagnosis. “Your blood pressure's sky high,” our founder Ira's doctor told him. “Get it down in 3 weeks, or it's surgery.” So Ira went on medication, changed his diet, and began exercising. But he also learned about foods that work like natural blood pressure medicines. It turns out there's some powerful biochemistry going on in the produce section of your grocery store. With help from life-long friend and nutritionist, Susan Schachter, he blended a juice. Drank it. Two weeks later, his BP was 30 points lower. “How'd you do this?” his doctor asked. Find out how Ira lowered his BP when he and Susan Schachter share Blood Pressure secrets with Mark Alyn.

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    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2023 8:28

    Parkinson's Disease (PD) affects nearly one million people in the U.S., and more than 90,000 are newly diagnosed each year – a 50% increase from previous estimates of 60,000 diagnoses per year. There is no “one way” to diagnose PD, making it difficult to recognize. Some early signs of PD can include a tremor, small handwriting, loss of smell, trouble sleeping or walking, a soft or low voice, stooping or hunching over, as well as non-motor symptoms like depression and anxiety. No two people experience PD the same way.John L. Lehr, President, and CEO of the Parkinson's Foundation, and Vikas Chinnan, a person living with Young-Onset Parkinson's disease (YOPD) visits with Late Night Health. We discuss how to recognize the disease and share information about resources available to help the PD community. The Parkinson's Foundation is a trusted ally for information at every stage of PD, offering life-changing support to people living with the disease and their care partners. For more information, visit or call the free Helpline at 1-800-4PD-INFO (1-800-473-4636) for support in English or Spanish. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT PARKINSON'S DISEASE:Early signs of Parkinson's and what you can doLearn about resources like the free PD Helpline, resource library, educational programs, a Newly Diagnosed kit and the online communityHow to live well with Parkinson's disease SPOKEPERSONS BACKGROUND: JOHN L. LEHR is the president and CEO at the Parkinson's Foundation, guiding the overall strategy, mission, programs, and resources that make life better for people with PD. He works to expand the Foundation's research and care initiatives while also working to improve health equity in the PD community by providing support for populations that have been historically excluded from research and underserved by current resource efforts.VIKAS CHINNAN lives with YOPD, and since being diagnosed, he has shifted his focus from his career to Parkinson's advocacy and promoting awareness. Vikas is passionate about expanding access to resources to populations within the PD community that have been historically underserved and ensuring that employers across the country, large and small, are best equipped to support employees impacted by PD.

    Releasing Patterns That No Longer Serve You Well

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2023 22:30

    There is a wealth of potential trapped within our hidden and unresolved places of pain. Yet, without conscious participation, we can become stuck in a cycle of repetitive patterns that leave us feeling like an imposter in our own lives. In Expired Mindsets, Charryse Johnson gives people both the courage and the keys to understanding the root of their patterns. She provides an introspective mind-body approach that demonstrates how to shift into a higher place of peace and potential. This book has a gentle yet poignant way of compelling you to own your story and to stop blaming yourself for the choices you made as you sought to survive. Johnson is boldly creating a new lane between the intersection of mental health, inclusivity, and a growth mindset. In this body of work, she is unapologetically challenging the rigidity and stigma that reduces human struggle to a sequence of self-help steps. As you read this book, you'll create a framework that allows you to investigate the diversity of your experiences through a lens of curiosity and understanding. Dr. Johnson visits with Darrell Wayne on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Get a Good Nights Sleep

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 10:30

    Just in time for National Sleep Awareness Week, World Sleep Day, and the change to Daylight Saving Time (March 12), Carlos M. Nunez, M.D., visits with Mark Allyn on Late Night Health. Dr. Nunez talks about the importance of quality sleep on mental and physical health, including why the American Heart Association recently added sleep as a metric for cardiovascular health. Learn what's keeping people up at night, what symptoms of sleep deprivation 4 in 5 people say they have – despite most people saying they're happy with their sleep, and what a “sleep-sumer” is. Feeling bad the next day after a full night's sleep is also an indicator of a sleep disorder like insomnia – or sleep apnea, which an estimated 54 million Americans have. The lack of deep sleep can cause significant fatigue and elevate the risk for serious health problems and alarmingly, most people with sleep apnea are unaware they have it. Dr. Nunez can discuss how to easily identify whether a person might have a sleep disorder along with remedies to help get a better night's sleep, as well as common misconceptions around sleep health and sleep disorders. Carlos M. Nunez, M.D., is ResMed's chief medical officer and the chair of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)'s Health Division. Before working in the digital health and medtech industry, Carlos was a practicing anesthesiologist and director of critical care research, informatics, and analytics at the Duke University educational affiliation at Carolinas Medical Center Northeast. He received his medical doctorate from the University of Miami School of Medicine.

    Remove The Friction From Your Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2023 24:14

    In THE FRICTION FACTOR: The Busy Person's Guide to Sustainable Diet and Exercise, Tyler Martin provides a philosophy and framework for fitness that fits into even the most hectic life—and can be followed for a lifetime. A former competitive wrestler and coach, Martin realized that staying fit would be a significant challenge after he retired from athletics and embarked on a demanding career in marketing and business. In 2010, he began the serious endeavor of trying to select and implement the most effective and sustainable fitness practices. Tyler visists with Mark Alyn on this editon of Late Night Health.

    Identifying the Elephant in the Room: Sexism

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2023 25:00

    Harper Hall, Global Flavor Applications and Technical Service Lead at Ingredion, supports Ingredion's DEI initiatives such as self-ID, access and policy creation. In addition to volunteering with Informa's JEDI Content Creation Advisory Council and Naturally Proud Network's board of directors, Harper assists Garden State Equality, New Jersey's largest LGBTQ+ advocacy organization. Harper holds a bachelor of professional studies in baking and pastry arts management from The Culinary Institute of America and a bachelor of science in Culinology® from Southwest Minnesota State University. visits with Mark on this edition of Late Night Health.

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    Reduce Stress With Unique Stimulus Spa Treatments

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2023 25:01

    Nestled along the beautifully restored LA River in the Elysian Valley sits LA's newest center of health and wellness Quantum Clinic, providing spa treatment for your DNA through a pioneering a model of preventative health. Recently named one of LA's Best Spas by Spa and Beauty Today, Quantum's treatments empower clients to engage the quantum field and activate their deepest potential for bioregenesis through stress reduction and relaxation.“All of our services operate in a paradigm called healing through coherence, which is when all the electromagnetic fields in your body operate in harmony with one another and facilitate deep states of relaxation and transcendence,” states Quantum Clinic's co-founder, Dr. Katelyn Lehman, Ph.D. “Our clients love that we combine elements of biofeedback training in heart-brain coherence and frequency therapy as a core part of all our service offerings. And people consistently say that they've never quite experienced anything like our service or facility before.”Dr. Lehman joins Mark Alyn to explain how Quantum Clinic's technology helps people relax.

    The Elephant in the Room: A Look At Sexism

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2023 25:01

    Should we be using “locker-room talk” as a blanket term for inappropriate conversations that men have about women or does this term create an unwarranted negative depiction of the behavior of men behind closed doors? Register to join the conversation: Amy Summers from Pitch Publicity joins Mark Alyn as we talk about sexism in the workplace.

    A Listen At Hearing Issues

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2023 5:45

    According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, nearly one in five Americans experience some form of hearing loss, and about 28.8 million U.S. adults could benefit from using hearing aids. Worldwide, the World Health Organization warns that by 2030, nearly 630 million people will be living with some degree of hearing loss. Yet many still wait to seek treatment for this common health problem. Despite the fact that hearing loss is an issue facing millions of people, wearing hearing devices is still taboo. While wearing glasses for your vision is now “cool” and even fashionable, many people feel embarrassed or ashamed to wear assisted hearing devices and delay seeking treatment. In fact, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, people with hearing loss wait an average of seven years before visiting a hearing specialist. Martin Grieder, Group Vice President at Sonova Consumer Hearing/Sennheiser, talks with Mark Alyn about the latest data on hearing loss and addreses the shame some feel when it comes to seeking help. Martin also shares details on a completely new product category of hearing devices − new technology sitting in between classic ‘true wireless' earbuds and medical hearing. For information you can visit

    Have An Amazing Sex Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2023 25:13

    Nika Cherrelle is the owner of The House of Cherrelle, The House of Cherrelle is a social enterprise that increases diversity in conversations on health and sexuality. Its mission is “to inspire and empower everyone to enjoy their sexuality, creating a world where all people feel loved, honored and respected.” The host of The “It” Cast: Real Talk on Sex podcast since 2016, and a personal empowerment coach specializing in health and sexuality, Nika joins Late Night Health host Mark Alyn to discuss all of the above and more. As part of the Polk Institute's second cohort, their product, the Nikita, can be viewed at Trigger Happy Toy's products were inspired by some of Nika's fine art and carpal tunnel. Nika shares her story with with Mark Alyn.

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    Plants To Make You Healthy

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2023 25:13

    Plantiva has developed effect-targeted herbal remedies for immune function, allergy season, digestion, and athletic performance and recovery that have shown in placebo-controlled studies to offer fast acting and perceptible benefits that no other natural products have shown to provide. Plantiva not only provides best in class health solutions but has also spent years traveling the globe searching out the best growers for the plants used in their products. Plantiva controls all aspects of their supply chain from farm to finished product so that optimal quality is assured in every bottle. Stephen Morrissey OMD visits with mark Alyn on this episode.

    Intuitive Energy Management

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2023 25:01

    MarBeth Dunn is an Intuitive Energy Management Maven who helps highly sensitive professional women to create personal and economic miracles. A spiritual teacher for over 30 years, MarBeth uses her intuitive abilities to accurately pinpoint the hidden issues holding you back from your greatest successes. Her proprietary Miracle Activation Technology© System is an integrative approach to activate Your Miracle Power breakthroughs to greater confidence, alignment, financial success, emotional freedom, peace of mind, and more harmonious relationships. Mrbeth joins Mark Alyn for an uplifting conversation.

    Live to 110 and Beyond

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 23:56

    L-Nutra L-Nutra is the first nutra-tech company to focus on providing people the knowledge and products to live to 110 and beyond. A culmination of 25 years of research at the University of Southern California (USC) and 12 other partner universities, L-Nutra is pioneering Nutri-technologies that mimic and enhance the effects of fasting to unleash the body's natural ability to fuel and rejuvenate itself. L-Nutra's team of researchers and collaborators are leaders in the field of nutrition related to longevity and healthspan. Dr. Joseph Antoun, CEO of L-Nutra visits with Mark Alyn.

    Remembering Qualities of Your Soul

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 23:59

    People in the medical profession were astounded at how quickly Paul L. Hannah M.D. was able to diagnose and heal his patients' illnesses and problems. It's because he had something they didn't—an ability to see the blocked energy that was causing the issue! Plus, he had a way of treating people that showed his high regard for them as human beings. Years later, he has made the full transition from DO NO HARM to HEAL WITH LOVE… moving beyond the creed of allopathic medicine to the medicine of the quantum era to help folks heal, overcome, grow and connect with their essence. Today, although he still helps people resolve their physical problems, it is from the point of healing their souls. His new book, Remembering Qualities of Your Soul: Joyfully Living Your Godself is giving people the tools to transform their lives—on all energetic levels -- spiritual, emotional, mental and physical. Dr. Hannah visits with Mark Alyn.

    A Girl And Her Backpack

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 24:00

    With an excerpt from it recently named as a finalist for The Lascaux Prize, As Far as You Can Go Before You Have to Come Back is “A Girl And Her Backpack” story—except that this girl, Carlie, she's not just traveling. Carlie steals ten thousand dollars from her parents to get as far from them as possible. She flees to Asia. The Lonely Planet path of hook-ups, heat, alcohol, and drugs takes on a terrifying reality for the teenaged survivor. Alle visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.

    Gray Love

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 24:00

    One hundred years ago, the average life expectancy in the US was around 47 years of age. In 2022, even in the aftermath of a devastating pandemic, the average life expectancy has nearly doubled, with the numbers now hovering around 80 years old. Older Americans now have many more decades of time to fill, which makes the question of how they spend their later years – and who they spend them with – more relevant than ever. GRAY LOVE: Stories About Dating and New Relationships After 60, edited by Nan Bauer-Maglin and Daniel E. Hood, takes readers inside the romantic relationships being sought and formed by older Americans, in all their varied forms. Nan Bauer-Maglin joins more for an enlightening conversation.

    ClearMind Medicine

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 24:25

    Mark Hayden has provided public education on drugs and drug policy for over 30 years. Mark works with the Health Officers Council of British Columbia on their position papers on the issue of a regulated market for all currently illegal drugs. Has presented in conferences and training events in many countries. Awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for drug policy reform work in 2013. Mark is the Director of Clinical Research for Psygen. Mark visits with Mark alyn to talk about how psychedelic can help combat addiction issues.

    Art To Heal The World

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 23:39

    Before Nita Patel applies a single brushstroke to her paintings, she takes a moment to sit with the canvas and pay close attention to its energetic qualities. She then marks the surface with an infinity symbol, or lemniscate, in an effort to imbue the surface with infinite possibilities for creation and reception. Aesthetically Patel's work shares similarities to the mid 20th century North American movement of Abstract Expressionism.She offers a dynamic contemporary revision of this style that draws from the glistening jewel-toned color palette of our post-digital “lossless” world. Her non-differential treatment of the two-dimensional surface moves with spontaneous gestural brushstrokes and rich, optimistic pigments. Yet, to see Patel's artwork as simply an extension of this earlier art historical canon would be a mistake. Her paintings must be situated within the performative power of the artist's broader social influence as an entrepreneur, author and success coach who provides public education on self-empowerment, personal growth, and mindfulness.In addition to her work as an artist – whose work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the U.S. as well as in London, Paris and Torino, Italy – Nita Patel is also an author, motivational speaker, and success coach. She is the author of “Boss Vibes,” and co-author of a volume of books including “The 13 Steps to Riches,” along with fellow contributors Kevin Harrington of “Shark Tank” and Sharon Lechter of the “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book series. Her combination studio/gallery is located in Richardson, Texas, and it's also often a gathering spot for gatherings for her fellow artists and entrepreneurs. Nita joins Mark Alyn for a chat on this editon of Late Night Health.

    To See God

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 23:26

    In today's world, wars and controversies surrounding religion are becoming more common. What effect does this have on believers who happen to be a part of a multi-religion family? Bruce J. Berger, a Professor of Creative Writing at American University and a former trial attorney, will join us today to talk about his new book, TO SEE GOD, which explores questions of faith, trust, and healing among people separated by life experience, culture, race, and religion.Amongst the topics Bruce will be discussing on today's program: * The beliefs that unite Jews and Christians despite their differences in religious traditions, and why affirming what people of all faiths have in common is vital to promoting religious tolerance. * Overcoming the stigma of mental illness through knowledge and understanding that even incurable conditions like schizophrenia are manageable with the right medication.*The many different types of Jewish identity—and how to honor different ways of being Jewish or being Christian in a multi-religious family. *Finding the courage to believe in and follow your visions and dreams—even when others dismiss them as “crazy.” Bruce visits with Mark Alyn on this editon of Late Night Health.

    Have A Clean Ride To School - PERC

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2023 9:34

    Every child deserves a safe, clean, healthy ride to school. While there are diverse energy options that can achieve that goal, not all of them are affordable or available today to provide a better tomorrow for more students. With significant investments being made to clean up the nation's school bus fleet, like the billions of dollars in funding available through the EPA's Clean School Bus Program, there's never been a better time to prioritize clean transportation. Tucker Perkins, President and CEO of the PERC, the Propane Education & Research Council, discusses a cleaner option for the nation's school bus fleets, and a study that shows low-emission buses are linked to improved test scores. We'll also provide information about school districts using propane buses in your market. More than 1.3 million students will ride a propane school bus this year, with 22,000 propane school buses on routes today in school districts in 49 states. Tucker visits with Mark Alyn.

    Father Son Creative Team - Time Lock

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2023 25:01

    Author Peter Berk reflects on working with his father & the inspiration for the new action thriller series, TimeLock. Peter and his father, Howard, shared more than DNA—they shared a love of film and television and a talent for writing. Indeed, Howard was an award-winning film and TV writer and book author whose credits included such classic series as Columbo, Mission: Impossible, and The Rockford Files. Over the years, Peter and Howard worked on numerous projects together, but one screenplay stood out among the rest. It was a clever idea about the future of the justice system in America. In a country burdened with rampant crime and prison overcrowding, ambitious politicians roll out an innovative, but controversial technology called 'TimeLock' that instantly ages prisoners the number of years of their sentence—the ultimate punishment for inmates and the ultimate deterrent for potential criminals. Just one problem, though: what happens . . . if you happen to be innocent? These and other questions about morals, politics, and the danger of power are brilliantly addressed by the authors in this story, along with a plucky hero, a little romance, and lots of action and humor. Although Peter lost his father, Howard, before translating this exciting story into a novel, the father-son spirit of family and creativity is fully present in this work. And the circle continues as Peter now collaborates with his own sons, Jordan and Daniel, on various creative endeavors. Peter visits with Mark Alyn on this editon of LNH.

    China & The United States - About Face

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 24:31

    About Face, by Carole Sumner Krechman, published by The Three Tomatoes Book Publishing, $29.99 hardcover, $16.99 softcover, $9.99 e-book, is not just the true story of Carole and Sheldon Krechman, an American couple doing business in China in the 1980s. It also explains why Christopher Wray, FBI director said, “The greatest long-term threat to our nation's information and intellectual property, and to our economic vitality, is the counterintelligence and economic espionage threat from China.” Carole returns to Late Night Health to talk with Mark Alyn

    Don't Be Depressed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 25:01

    Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, MD, author of “The Prime” ​​says depression isn't just a mind game, but very much a gut game too and new research is validating what ancient medicine has been focused on for centuries. Two new studies published in the journal Nature Communications found a link between several types of bacteria in the gut and depressive symptoms. Scientists are exploring whether some gut bacteria produce or consume mood-regulating chemicals, such as serotonin, or chemicals that cause inflammation in the body, which research has linked to depressive symptoms. Dr. Chaudhary is an internationally recognized expert in the ancient practice of Ayurvedic medicine (pronounced eye-yur-vayda and translated to “knowledge of life”). She says, in Ayurveda medicine, the gut and brain are one functional unit and the fastest way to shift mood is by changing diet, improving gut health and shifting your microbiome. When the gut-brain connection is disrupted—no matter what else you may add to boost your mood—you're fighting an uphill battle. Dr. Chaudhary returns to Late Night Health to chat with Mark Alyn.

    Healthy Gas Cooking w/ Propane

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 7:05

    Learn Why a Celebrity is Teaming with PERC to Show WhyPropane is a Reliable & Efficient Energy for All Your Cooking Needs Celebrity Chef Dean Sheremet is well known for appearances on the hit show ‘MY KITCHEN RULES.' Since that popular debut, the handsome chef, who regularly appears on shows like Access Hollywood, The TALK and Hallmark's Home and Family, is on a mission to promote a healthier way of cooking. That's why the Super Chef, who is also a nutritionists, is teaming with PERC, the Propane Education & Research Council to share important information about cooking with propane and how it offers advantages when creating great recipes in the kitchen, outdoor grilling or, even, pizza ovens. Chef Sheremet shares timely information about propane, a clean energy souce that can work alongside renewable energy sources in any home. Learn how propane cooking appliances can also be integrated into any home, no matter its size, design, or architectural style, while offering great performance at a reasonable cost. Chef Dean visits with mark Alyn on this special edition.

    Eat Your Veggies!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 24:59

    Carolina Schneider, MS, RD, a registered dietitian ​​specializing in plant-based nutrition has followed a whole-food, plant-based diet for her entire adult life. Known as “Carolina the Green RD” on Instagram, Schneider says the top question she receives from followers is, “How do you become a vegan?” As an advocate for eating more plants, Schneider educates her audiences on practical ways to transition to a plant-based diet safely and successfully. Carolina joins Mark on this episode of Late Night Health.

    Staying Safe With Covid (Even Though The Pandemic is Over)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 24:51

    Since the pandemic most people are hypersensitive to any red flag from their body that might signal sickness, such as a sniffle, cough or lethargy, especially during the height of cold and flu season. What they may be less aware of are the stress signals leading up to sickness that are often dismissed as fallout from the daily grind.James B. LaValle, R.Ph., CCN, is an internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board certified clinical nutritionist and naturopathic doctorate with more than 35 years of clinical experience. In addition to his LaValle Metabolix Practice he is the academic co-chair for the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine. He is best known for his expertise in metabolic and integrative medicine, with an extensive background in natural products, lifestyle drug/nutrient depletion and uncovering the underlying metabolic issues that keep people from feeling healthy and vital. LaValle is an appointed faculty member and course educator for the Integrative Medicine postgraduate program at George Washington University School of health sciences. He is author of more than 20 books including, “Cracking the Metabolic Code,” and serves as a scientific adviser for

    Water Wise Santa

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 10:02

    ‘Tis the season for holiday cheer, so it's important to start with the good news that a California landscape doesn't mean every yard has to look like a desert or only feature rocks and gravel. California landscaping can be varied and beautiful. That's why the SAVE OU0R WATER campaign and Water Wise Santa are reminding people that there are a few changes they can make to contribute to a water wise future.​ Everyone should make lifestyle changes and adopt a new mindset about how we use and conserve water. In a season of giving, let's give California the best gift and conserve water with water wise yards and gardens. California faces a drier future, let's do our part and gift native plants. ​Whether you have a patio garden box or an expansive yard like the one I'm in now - there are lots of water wise planting solutions that are beautiful, affordable, and easy to maintain.​ Santa is here to make Californians BELIEVE they can have water wise wonders around their home all year-round. Not only are they beautiful and water smart, but they are also a great resource for birds, bees, and butterflies. Using California natives in your garden allows your landscaping to go from surviving to thriving. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM WATER-WISE SANTA:SAVE OUR WATER – The critical goal is to help Californians understand that climate change has created a hotter, drier environment and what that reality meansWATER CHALLENGES – The hotter, drier climate, reduced water supply and shift in weather patterns are forcing Californians to think, live and act differently.REALITY CHECK – Despite heavy rain and a big snowstorm, California is still in a deep and historic droughtWATER USE – Up to 60% of the water Californians use is outdoors; how cutting back on watering yards and planting a new California landscape can conserve waterSOW TIPS – Check out Save Our Water conservation tips at

    A Look At The Natural Products Industry w/ Amy Summers

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 9:43

    Amy Summers became an entrepreneur in her mid-20s, launching her first company, Pitch Publicity, in February 2003, during a rapidly changing climate for communication and media relations. Amy visits with Mark Alyn at the 25th annual conference of Supply Side West in Las Vegas.

    Learn About PAD - Peripheral - Artery-Disease

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 25:03

    Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is the narrowing or blockage of arteries in various critical regions of the body. PAD affects more than 12 million people in the U.S. and 50% of these patients have unrecognized symptoms, which are often ignored or brushed off as signs of aging. Dr. John Laird, an interventional cardiologist and VP and CMO of Medtronic's Peripheral Vascular Health operating unit talks with Mark Alyn on this episode.

    CARE - How People of Faith Can Fix Our Broken Healthcare System

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 22:56

    For over three decades, Scott Morris has been serving the underprivileged population of Memphis with free healthcare for the working uninsured (and then some). Formerly and affectionately known as “The Wish Building,” Morris' work takes place in a vast converted Sears, Roebuck and Company distribution center. Coming in late October, Scott Morris presents the work of his organization via touching and triumphant human-interest stories in a new book. CARE: How People of Faith Can Respond to Our Broken Health System (Eerdman's Publishing Company – October 27, 2022). Dr. Morris guests with Mark Alyn.

    National First Responders Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 5:00

    National First Responders Day is recognized each October 28th to honor the brave paramedics, firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency technicians, and others who put their lives on the line to keep our communities safe. In times of crisis or following disasters like Hurricane Ian, first responders must be able to communicate - even when extreme weather takes out traditional infrastructure. Maggie Hallbach, President of Verizon Frontline, talks about how 5G and new technology is helping improve communication for first responders on the front lines of disaster and emergency response operations. She also shares details from an exclusive survey of first responders about the role technology plays in everyday public safety operations and during responses to major emergencies. Find out how Verizon Frontline is working with first responders around the country to prepare for wildfires, natural disasters, extreme weather and other emergency situations. Maggie visits with Mark Alyn.

    Lexie Hearing

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 6:35

    The Food and Drug Administration recently decided to allow hearing aids to be sold over the counter without a prescription to adults, a long-sought wish of consumers frustrated by expensive exams and even more expensive devices. Now, under the FDA's new rule, people with mild to moderate hearing loss will be able to buy hearing aids online and in stores as early as October 16, without being required to see a doctor for an exam to get a prescription. The high cost of hearing aids, which are not covered by basic Medicare, has discouraged millions of Americans from buying the devices but with the new rule, consumers can buy more affordable hearing aids at their favorite retailer or pharmacy. On October 11th, we have Brian Maguire– Senior Vice President of Lexie Hearing – available to explain what this historic change will mean for consumers. It's estimated that 30 million Americans experience hearing loss, but only one-fifth get help. Health experts say that untreated hearing loss can contribute to cognitive decline and depression in older people. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT HEARING LOSS:ACTIONABLE ADVICE — Top hearing health and hearing loss prevention guidanceCUTTING-EDGE — How hearing solutions like Lexie can change livesCHANGING THE STIGMA — How hearing loss impacts millions of AmericansCRITICAL NEED — 700 million people will require hearing help by 2050 SPOKESPERSON BACKGROUND: Brian Maguire joined hearX in 2022 as the Senior Vice President for North America. He is an accomplished senior global business and product leader with a history of success specializing in hearing health technology and connected consumer electronics. Recognized for creating consumer-centered business, product, and go-to-market strategies and bringing them to life through results-based planning and execution. Brian visits with Mark Alyn.

    Find a Place for Me: Embracing Love and Life in the Face of Death

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 23:34

    Find a Place for Me: Embracing Love and Life in the Face of Death (Pact Press, November 1, 2022) is an award-winning memoir about facing a marriage's last act—a spouse's death—as a couple united in mind and holding hands. Author Deirdre Fagan, D.A., was married eleven years and had two young children when her forty-three-year-old husband Bob was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. ALS determined the journey their marriage would now take, but Bob and Deirdre were resolute in how they traversed their remaining months as a couple. Chronicling Bob's illness, Find a Place for Me is also the love story of a happy marriage filled with humor, honesty, and essential conversations, despite their tragic circumstances. In this moving and surprisingly funny book, Deirdre and Bob raise a glass to love and the life each of them has left while learning how to lovingly say goodbye.Find a Place for Me received a bronze medal in the 2022 Living Now Book Awards. An offshoot of the IPPY awards, one of the top awards given to independent publishers, the Living Now Book Award is given to books based on their outstanding ability to enrich readers' lives. Deirdre visits with Mark Alyn.

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    The Super Age is Now!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 24:29

    In just a few years, America will enter a new demographic era. By the end of this decade, one out of five people living in this country will be over the age of 65. A few years later, that cohort will outnumber those under 18 for the first time. This will remake much of the social and economic fabric of the United States. Demographic Futurist Bradley Schurman chats with Mark Alyn on this episode.

    Making America Whole

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 23:58

    Who among us has not struggled with fear, anxiety, and anger, with no way to move beyond the negativity that surrounds our lives? There is a straightforward, methodical way to overcome feelings of distress, one that provides the exact steps we all need to bring us to personal peace.Clinical Therapist, and award-winning author Faust Ruggiero explained the Process in his previous release, The Fix Yourself Handbook, heralded as one of the most straight forward, and easy to apply self-help books. The Process Way of Life has helped thousands to live happier, and healthier lives. Faust joins Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

    Massage Your Way to Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 23:59

    High end recovery products are all the rage these days, but what about something for the rest of us? Those of us who don't have the need, or the funds to throw out $300-$400 for a massage gun, or even more for compression sleeves? Symbol founder and inventor Curtis Kennedy talks with Mark Alyn about his journey through cancer and easing his pain.Enter Symbodi.Symbodi ( is self-massage simplified, as in the first “hands free” mountable massager, with entire recovery bundles available for under $100 USD.

    Still On Fire - Renee Linnell

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 24:59

    Many and all kinds of people across the country feel sad, hopeless, and exhausted. If that hits home, you might be thinking: When will life get better? Will I ever be happy? Author, entrepreneur, and grief, trauma, and cult survivor, Renee Linnell has a message for everyone who is tired of being afraid, tired of feeling overworked and overstressed, tired of fitting in, making do, and pleasing others: “Stop making excuses for why mediocrity is okay for you and take the leap into a life that you love.” Renee visits with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.

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    Do You Get Enough Sleep?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 8:09

    Carlos M. Nunez, M.D. will address the importance of quality sleep and sleep's connection to mental health, heart health, women's health, and more. Learn which sleep habits are more likely to keep you up at night and how to get the best quality of sleep. You'll also learn why Dr. Nunez and ResMed are promoting the importance of sleep health to overall health, and how sleep disruptions may be a sign of something more serious. One of the most common sleep disruptions is sleep apnea, which can impact all types of people from all walks of life and is often misdiagnosed. The first step toward diagnosis is recognizing the symptoms of sleep apnea, which include snoring, gasping for air during sleep, restless sleep, daytime fatigue, dry mouth upon waking up. The next step is seeing a doctor. Sleep apnea is often associated with people who are older, overweight and unhealthy – it may surprise people that in reality, sleep apnea can affect anyone. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT CHRONIC SLEEP ISSUES:SLEEP & HEALTH — Adequate sleep is essential for your health & overall wellbeing, reducing the risk of disease among other benefitsSLEEP APNEA — Know what symptoms to be on the lookout for TREATMENT OPTIONS — Learn best treatment for your unique caseDIGITAL TOOLS — ResMed masks & CPAP technology leads the wayDr. Nunez visits with Mark Alyn

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    What You Eat Could Cause Your Mood Disorder

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:01

    Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, MD, author of “The Prime” and “Sound Medicine,” ​​says what you eat could be causing your mood disorder, but consulting your dosha could help. Dr. Chaudhary is an internationally recognized expert and was Dr. Oz's go-to medical correspondent for the ancient practice of Ayurvedic medicine, which believes everyone has a set body type and energy that comes along with it called your dosha. Dr. Chaudhary talks with Mark Alyn about getting healthy with food.

    No Babies - It Could Be The Guys Fault!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:01

    Ayla Barmmer, MS, RDN, LDN, a registered dietitian nutritionist and functional medicine practitioner ​​says despite men accounting for nearly half of all fertility problems, infertility is still commonly regarded as a “woman's issue” leaving men feeling helpless and without purpose, but there are actions they can take to make a positive impact on conception, pregnancy health and a baby's long-term health. Ayla visits with Mark Alyn on this episode.

    (P)luck - Improving Healthcare & the World

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 23:43

    Pluck brings together the spirit of courage, taking of roads-less-traveled, and living with a mindset focused on possibility that we can all call upon to improve everyday life. It inspires hope and collaboration, as well as meaningful change and actions.Alfred Sadler and Blair Sadler, a doctor and a lawyer, who are also twin brothers, worked together on the early laws concerning organ donation and the first heart transplants, the emergence of the physician assistant profession, the birth of bioethics, and the creation of emergency medicine including 9-1-1. In this compelling and stirring book, they take us on a fascinating journey through the National Institutes of Health, Yale University Medical School, The Hastings Center on Bioethics, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. Sadler visits with Mark Alyn.

    Get Healthy In Just 8 Minutes A Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 23:33

    Dr. Joshua Berka is a double board certified and licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) as well as an Institute of Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP). He is passionate about Integrative, Preventative, Functional and Regenerative Medicine and is an advocate for personalized patient-centered care. Dr. Berka has been in clinical practice for 17 years and serves as a medical consultant supporting innovative medical technologies that non-invasively improve patient treatment outcomes as well as adjunctive therapeutics that can be used as a part of a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Berka has been a consultant within the med-tech space for the past 15 years and currently consults for BEMER Group USA. Here is the company info:BEMER is changing the way we think about our health, challenging our understanding of the human body, and empowering us to reach optimal physical condition in a non-invasive way. Blood flow plays a critical role in our general health. BEMER can stimulate healthy muscles in order to improve and facilitate muscle performance and temporarily improve local circulation in healthy muscles — in just 8 minutes twice a day. For more than 20 years, the benefits of BEMER have impacted millions of people around the world. BEMER is an FDA Class II cleared consumer medical device that is non-invasive and easy to use. Dr. Joshua Berka visits with Mark Alyn.

    Small Business Health From Verizon

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 8:05

    September 8-14 are Verizon's Small Business Days, an opportunity for small and mid-sized businesses to meet with a Verizon Business expert to learn how their business can digitize as well as take advantage of limited-time offers. In conjunction with this window, Verizon Business will be releasing a survey with new data on how small businesses are leaning into new tech and cutting-edge services designed to help businesses grow. The survey also covers their outlook for both their business, expectations this holiday season, and the economy overall. Small business tech expert Dave Hickey of Verizon shares the newest findings of their small business survey. The 8th kicks off Verizon Business' ‘Small Business Days' where small businesses can speak to a Verizon Business expert for a review of their business connectivity and learn about real-time solutions that will help them be successful in the marketplace and overcome inflation and economic concerns. Dave Hickey is VP of the West Business Markets where he oversees all Mid-Markets business sales. He is responsible for an organization of approximately 850 sales professionals and leaders serving the mid-market businesses. Dave visits with Mark Alyn.

    KFC For a Fit and Easy Meal

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 9:10

    Kathy Buccio is a TV Host, Lifestyle Expert, Producer and Influencer with over 20 years of television experience. She started her career in New York as a producer for the hit entertainment show, Access Hollywood, where she interviewed some of the most high-profile celebrities and artists in the industry. You can currently see her as an on-camera expert and contributor for outlets like The Today Show, Telemundo Un Nuevo Dia, Acceso Total, NBC 6 in the Mix, NY PIX 11, NBC Boston's The Hub Today, and various ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX stations across the U.S. She is also one of the hosts for the South Florida PBS Health Channel. She continues to work in the world of entertainment and fashion as a red carpet producer and reporter. Kathy also contributes and has been published in numerous local and national publications like People Magazine, Southern Living, Ocean Drive magazine,, Gotham magazine, Vogue en Español, and more.Born and raised in Miami, Kathy currently resides in Brooklyn with her husband, two children and her Havanese, Roxie. When she's not on a red carpet or shooting segments, you can find her exploring her neighborhood, traveling the world, enjoying cultural events and checking out new restaurants! Follow her on Instagram @kathybucciotv.Fall is a busy time of year for most. During a busy work week, many of us are simply looking for easy meal options that won't break the bank. Here with some advice on how to do that is lifestyle expert, mom and tv host Kathy Buccio with some timely survival tips everyone can use. Kathy contributes to the Today Show, Telemundo un a nuevo día and network affiliates across the country. Kathy talks with Mark Alyn about fast family-friendly meals from KFC.

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