Late Night Health Radio offers a unique, entertaining and informative listening opportunity, while providing an upscale active audience for advertisers. Hosted by Mark Alyn, discusses all aspects of health from a consumers point of view.
Late Night Health features healthcare experts from a variety of traditional and alternative healthcare fields. Putting listeners in the driver’s seat of making healthcare decisions, Late Night Health offers diverse topics from experts throughout the world. Guests from around the United States, Australia, Costa Rica, France, Canada and Israel regular share information on Late Night Health.
Late Night Health covers a myriad of health and wellness topics including dealing with diabetes, weight-loss, obesity and cancer to the latest practices in pain management, stress reduction, preventative health care and even how “ObamaCare” affects all Americans.
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Dr. Neil Furman, DO talks to Mark Alyn on Late Night Health to discuss new treatment options for psoriasis. The skin condition psoriasis.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition which can treated, but rarely cured. There are multiple treatments available to patients both over the counter and by prescription.Dr. Furman will be discussing these treatments with Mark Alyn along with one of the newest treatments now available, Dermazinc. www.dermalogix.com
Teresa de Grosbois joins Mark Alyn to talk about different influencing beliefs. We often think of influence as something people either have or don't have. You're either Ellen Degeneres; or my next door neighbor. But, influence is your ability to create change. It's clout, or sway. It's your ability to get others to take action, to be successful in business. It's even your ability to get your kids to stop texting during dinner.
You want something that requires influence. The first challenge you may have; is that you learned a skill set for networking in business that may work against you connecting with the influential. For example, we learned that it's a good idea to offer to buy a colleague you've just met a coffee. Try calling up the CEO of Fortune 500 company and offer to buy them a coffee. Faster than you can say "restraining order," you learn that networking is different with the highly influential.
When Oprah wanted to inspire her audience to get in shape on her "Live Your Best Life" tour, she called Laurent Amzallag. When CBS, and the CW wanted to host regular segments to get their viewers off the couch, they called Laurent. He was also featured through Elle Magazine, highlighting his unique YALA style of fitness and lifestyle.
Laurent Amzallag joins us today on the Late Night Health show! He shares a taste of his philosophy and several easy tips to start living the best life you can with Mark.
Laurent's motto is: "The body always follows a motivated mind." Whenever he is hired by a corporation or non-profit organization for one of his energetic seminars, he always focuses on letting the attendees know that any goal can be achieved.
For more information and to get fitness tips, healthy recipes and more, visit YalaFitness.com and follow Laurent on Facebook (YalaFitness by Laurent Amzallag), Twitter (@yalawithlaurent) and Instagram (Laurent Amzallag).
Paul Carafotes joins Mark to talk about how he went from an actor to an author of kids books. Charlie Bubbles - Mark and Paul discuss fatherhood, working with James Gandolfini and other actors. They also talk about the importance of being a great dad.(1) American actor Paul Carafotes, best known for playing Harold Dyer in the television drama Knots Landing, takes us on an adventure of imagination in his popular children’s book series, “The Adventures of Charlie Bubbles!” (www.charliebubblesbook.com).(2) As an unconventional single father to 8 year-old-year Charlie residing in LA, Carafotes developed the three book collection to provide his son with enlightening bedtime reading material that creatively addressed such childhood topics as bullying, internet overload, and the necessity to be helpful, loving and kind.(3) Carafotes is “bursting” to announce the release of his companion piece to his book series, a CD entitled “Sing With Charlie Bubbles”. The CD features seven original songs -- five of which he wrote and performs himself -- each can be previewed by clicking www.cdbaby.com/cd/paulcarafotes.
Sexy Ideas for Celebrating Valentine's Day with our very own "Doctor Love" Dr. Dudley Danoff!
Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and as the biggest romantic holiday of the year, it can create overwhelming pressure and expectations for a couple to achieve the best sex ever. The pressure to perform is a fact of life for many men. But sex can be good for a relationship as well as for a man's health.
Dudley Seth Danoff, MD, FACS, men's urologist and expert for more than thirty years and the author of The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health, advocates having sex—and not just on Valentine's Day. He is known for his candid and good-natured style that makes it easier for men (and the partners in their lives) to talk about and handle a myriad of medical situations.
Dr. Jean Louis Selam is at the Diabetes Research Center near Los Angeles, which does clinical studies on Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.Dr. Selam received his undergraduate education and medical doctorate in France, University of Montpelier. He has been a specialist in internal medicine and endocrinology in France since 1979 and licensed in California since 1987. He has worked as an associate professor at University of California Irvine Diabetes Research Program 1986-90 then as an associate professor at University Medical School of Paris, dept of Diabetology 1990-2003. He was appointed in 2005 as Visiting Professor by the USC School of Medicine, Los Angeles.He is the Editor in Chief of the Journals Infusystems, which he founded in 1983, a world leading journal in the field of insulin delivery systems.