Dr. Erika Sato discusses the increasingly popular Brazilian Butt Lift

February 1, 2015
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Dr. Erika Sato, who specializes in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery in Houston, TX joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel. Dr. Sato discusses the increasingly popular Brazilian Butt Lift.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Erika Sato discuss the following:

  • What is a Brazilian Butt Lift and what does this procedure accomplish?
  • Who is a good candidate for a Brazilian Butt Lift?
  • What is the difference between a Brazilian Butt Lift and Butt Implants?
  • What is recovery like for a Brazilian Butt Lift and can one sit down after the surgery?
  • What are the risks involved in a Brazilian Butt Lift and how long does this procedure last?


Duration: 8:43


Dr. Erika Sato is a Houston area plastic surgeon board certified by the American Board of Surgery. Dr. Sato earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Missouri where she graduated Cum Laude from the Honors College. She attended medical school at the University of Missouri College of Medicine, where she received her Doctorate of Medicine and graduated in the top 25% of her class. She completed both her general surgery and plastic surgery training at the University of Texas Health Science Center in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world. She received multiple awards during her training from both faculty and peers including Resident of the Year as a junior resident and Chief Resident of the year for Memorial Hermann’s storied James “Red” Duke trauma service. Dr. Sato was also selected as an Administrative Chief Resident of Surgery for her final year of general surgery training.


In the course of her plastic surgery training Dr. Sato developed a substantial interest in the field of breast reconstruction, specifically microvascular free tissue transfer. She trained at Memorial Hermann, home to the nation’s busiest trauma service, as well as MD Anderson Cancer Center, one of the nation’s premier hospitals for cancer treatment, and performed over 100 microvascular breast and trauma reconstructions during her training.


Dr. Sato also trained at St. Joseph Medical Center, which has a long history of being a recognized leader in providing excellent cosmetic and general plastic surgery care. During this time Dr. Sato studied extensively in the latest techniques in facial and breast aesthetic surgery. Outside of her formal training, she also dedicated much of her time to studying under many regional and national leaders in cosmetic plastic surgery in the Houston area.



Website: www.houstonbeautifulbody.com

Keep accountable with your health, fitness and business with Leanne Sklavenitis

January 31, 2015
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Leanne Sklavenitis, a successful Business and Health Accountability Expert, International Speaker and Author who has run successful businesses and been involved in the Fitness industry in Australia and the USA for more than 25 years joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Fitness Channels. Leanne specializes in helping people to be fitter, healthier and more profitable in their lives and their businesses by running online health and fitness accountability and coaching programs.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Leanne Sklavenitis discuss the following:

  • What is your background and why do you love keeping people accountable to their health & fitness and business?
  • Share with us if you would your top nutrition tips?
  • Exercise - we either love or hate it - what top tip would you like to share here?
  • Why is mindset so important in the process of feeling good and losing weight?
  • How do you stay motivated to have the body that you want?


Duration: 12:42


Leanne Sklavenitis is an industry leader in the health and fitness field, an International speaker, author and successful business owner.  She has a long background in business and runs her own online fitness businesses "www.fitnesstips.com.au” and "www.fitnesstipsmembership.com” with clients all over the world.


She is an accountability expert and is passionate about helping businesses to be profitable by keeping them accountable.  She has presented at many conferences both overseas and locally on business and health topics including 5000 delegates in Singapore at the World Alzheimers Conference.  She has also won Fitness awards recognizing her for her passion and dedication to the fitness industry.


Leanne is passionate about helping people to run successful and profitable businesses and keep fit and healthy at the same time no matter where they are located.  Receive informative weekly fitness and health tips by signing up at www.fitnesstips.com.au or FREE webinars at leannesfreeinformation.com.


Website: www.leannesklavenitis.com

Finding the right BOTOX injector with Rand Rusher

January 30, 2015
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Rand Rusher, the Founder of RR Aesthetics in Beverly Hills, California and the star of the hit reality show, Pretty Hurts joins eHealth Radio and the Beauty and Plastic Surgery Channels to talk about finding the right BOTOX injector.


Rand has achieved certification by several international pharmaceutical companies for his experience and skillful injection techniques and provides training in injectable techniques to other RN’s and doctors around the world.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Rand Rusher discuss the following:

  • What are the benefits to selecting the right injector?
  • What are the key things to keep in mind when selecting a BOTOX injector?
  • What are the important steps when considering BOTOX injections?
  • How have patients been affected by not carefully selecting the right injector for Botox?
  • What is so special about BOTOX and why is this wrinkle resolver becoming more and more popular?


Duration: 6:39


RR Aesthetics is led by medical director Leif Rogers, MD and registered nurse Rand Rusher; together they treat the greater Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles, CA. Rand Rusher has achieved certification by several international pharmaceutical companies for his experience and skillful injection techniques and provides training in injectable techniques to other RN’s and doctors around the world. Rand is a member of numerous professional organizations and holds current certifications in a wide range of nursing specialties. He is an active member of his community and supports several charities around the world.


Specializing in state-of-the-art cosmetic and non-surgical treatments, RR Aesthetics’ mission is to provide patients with the best available resources and to achieve optimal health and natural beauty by harmonizing technology, art and science into one beautiful balance. To better serve the greater Los Angeles area, RR Aesthetics is located at 9735 Wilshire Blvd. Penthouse Beverly Hills, CA 90210. RR Aesthetics offers the most advanced laser treatments and non-surgical cosmetic treatments in a patient- friendly and professional environment.



Website: www.rraesthetics.com
Facebok: https://www.facebook.com/RR-Aesthetics
Twitter: @RRAesthetics
Vimeo: www.vimeo.com/RRAesthetics

Osteoporosis is one of the most prevalent conditions associated with aging with Dr. Damon Raskin

January 29, 2015
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Board certified internist, Dr. Damon Raskin, who offers preventative medicine, geriatric medicine, concierge services and addiction medicine to patients in an around the Los Angeles area joins eHealth Radio and the Osteoporosis & General Health Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Damon Raskin discuss the following:

  • Nationally 18 million people have osteoporosis. What is osteoporosis and what are the risks associated with the disease?
  • At what age does bone density start to decrease and what hormonal changes causes this in men and women?
  • Which ethnic groups are most predisposed for osteoporosis?  
  • People may not know they have osteoporosis until their bones become so weak that a minor strain or fall can cause a painful fracture or a vertebra to collapse. Where do these fractures most commonly occur and why are these fractures considered the most dangerous aspect of osteoporosis?
  • Can you discuss dietary and lifestyle changes as well as the supplements and prescription treatments that are available that can help to treat the condition?


Conclusion: Osteoporosis is one of the most prevalent conditions associated with aging. The good news is that if low bone density is detected early through a bone density scan osteoporosis is preventable and treatable. A bone density scan is quick, painless and non- invasive. It takes about 30 minutes and can be conducted in the doctor’s office on a scanning table and the results are immediate.


Duration: 7:42

Dr. Damon Raskin is a leading board certified internist in Pacific Palisades, California. Treating patients in his private practice since 1996, Dr. Raskin has earned a reputation for exceptional patient care and effective individualized treatment.


Today, through cutting edge and compassionate techniques, Dr. Raskin helps his patients maintain and regain their health.


Dr. Raskin contributes regularly to local and national television broadcasts. Most recently he has appeared as a medical expert on Good Morning America and Nightline.


Dr. Raskin is married to his wife, Laura, who he met when they both served on the board of directors of the Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce. They have two children, Skyler and Stone, and enjoy traveling. He enjoys literature, speaking French, and hiking with his two dogs in the local mountains.


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Website: www.drdamonraskin.com

Breast Lifts with Dr. Nina Naidu

January 27, 2015
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Dr. Nina Naidu, a board certified plastic surgeon that has her own practice in Manhattan, New York again joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to talk about Breast Lifts.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Nina Naidu discuss the following:

  • What is a breast lift and what are the benefits of this procedure?
  • What makes a woman a good candidate for a breast lift?
  • What is the recovery process like; will scars be noticeable, what are the risks and side effects and when can patients return to work and/or strenuous activity?
  • Can breasts be enlarged at the same time as being lifted? What other procedures can be done at the same time?


Duration: 5:02


Dr. Nina S. Naidu is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, serving patients at her own plastic surgery practice in Manhattan, NY. Her practice focuses on aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, breast and body with an emphasis on Breast Augmentation and Rhinoplasty. She also specially treats skin cancer excision and reconstruction patients as well.


Dr. Nina S. Naidu completed her undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and obtained her medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. After acquiring her general surgery and plastic surgery training at New York Presbyterian – Weill Cornell Medical Center, she went on to complete a yearlong fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.


Dr. Naidu is an active member of the American Society of Surgeons, as well as the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. In addition to serving patients in her Manhattan office, Dr. Naidu is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. She is an investigator in the Breast Implant Follow-up Studies (BIFS) trials and reviews journals for the International Aesthetic Journal and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.


In 2008, Dr. Naidu launched her own skin care line, Anokha, which is a natural line formulated from botanicals and actives native to South Asia. Dr. Naidu donates from the proceeds of the Anokha skin care line to Doctors without Borders.



Website: www.naiduplasticsurgery.com

Anti-aging treatment options for the upper face with Dr. Jonathan Grant

January 25, 2015
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Board Certified facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Jonathan Grant, the lead surgeon at Cascade Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetics joins eHealth Radio and the Anti-Aging & Plastic Surgery Channels to discuss anti-aging treatment options for the upper face.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Jonathan Grant discuss the following:

  • What are the benefits of upper face rejuvenation?
  • What are the different areas of the face that can be addressed and rejuvenated?
  • What types treatments options are available to rejuvenate these certain areas of the upper face?
  • When can patients expect to see results?
  • What are the surgical and non-surgical options for restoring your upper face?


Duration: 13:09


The professional and experienced staff at Cascade Facial Surgery & Aesthetics, along with prominent surgeon and owner, Dr. Jonathan R. Grant has been providing expert cosmetic and reconstructive solutions for the face.


Dr. Grant specializes in facial plastic & reconstructive surgery.  Having performed hundreds of cosmetic procedures in his career to date, he brings to our community a passion for helping people achieve their beauty goals with results that are age appropriate and natural in appearance. And his compassion for his clients on a personal level is appreciated and invaluable.


Dr. Jonathan R. Grant and the professional staff of the Cascade Facial Surgery & Aesthetics look forward to helping you reach your beauty and skin care goals.



Website: www.cascadeface.com

Eliminate residual chlorine from hair and skin with SwimSpray

January 24, 2015
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Huge improvement in swimmers’ health: SwimSpray provides a much more effective way to eliminate chlorine from hair and skin after the pool.


Dr. Andrew Chadeayne, inventor and President at SwimSpray that provides a revolutionary, all-natural way to eliminate residual chlorine from hair and skin joins eHealth Radio and the Hair Health, Skin Care and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Andrew Chadeayne discuss the following:

  • What are the health problems associated with swimming in chlorinated pools and spas?
  • Why do swimmers still smell like chlorine and have dry hair and skin despite showering?
  • How can people protect themselves from the negative affects of chlorine after swimming?
  • How does SwimSpray compare to normal showering with traditional soaps and shampoos in terms of chlorine removal?
  • Are there any benefits of SwimSpray's vitamin C technology in addition to removing chlorine?


Duration: 11:42


Dr. Andrew Chadeayne is the inventor and President of SwimSpray, LLC.  He is a lifelong swimmer, PhD chemist, and patent attorney.  He invented SwimSpray and rpesently oversees all aspects of the business.  Prior to founding SwimSpray in 2010, he worked as a patent agent at Finnegan LLP, specializing in chemical patent prosecution.  Dr. Chadeayne was a collegiate swimmer at Princeton University and a U.S. Masters Swimming national champion.



Website: www.swimspray.com

What is unique about the Mommy Makeover procedure with Dr. Steven Robinson

January 21, 2015
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Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Steven Robinson, the lead surgeon at Ohio Plastic Surgeons in Columbus, Ohio joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel. Dr. Robinson discusses a surgical procedure that has become very popular for mothers, called a Mommy Makeover.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Steven Robinson discuss the following:

  • What is a Mommy Makeover and what is unique about this procedure?
  • What are the areas of the body that this procedure addresses?
  • Can a patient consider a Mommy Makeover if she decides to have children after the procedure?
  • What is the recovery process like for a Mommy Makeover?
  • Who is a good candidate for a Mommy Makeover and how long after childbirth can this procedure be done?


Duration: 10:35


Dr. Steven Robinson is a board certified plastic surgeon with over twenty years of experience in his private practice in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and then served two residencies, one in general surgery at Wayne State University in Michigan and the other in plastic surgery at OSU Medical Center. He also studied plastic surgery as part of an exchange program at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland. Dr. Robinson belongs to the Franklin County Medical Society, the Ohio State Medical Association, American Medical Association, the Zollinger Society, and the Landacre Society.


Dr. Steven Robinson is an active member of the Aesthetic Society and the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Robinson holds staff appointments at Riverside Methodist Hospital and The Upper Arlington Surgery Center.  He is double board certified by the American Board of Surgery (as a general surgeon) and the American Board of Plastic Surgery (as a plastic surgeon). Dr. Steven Robinson welcomes patients from across all of Ohio and surrounding States.



Website: www.ohioplasticsurgeons.com

Audicus, saving people millions of dollars on hearing aids

January 20, 2015
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Patrick Freuler, CEO of Audicus started Audicus two years ago and has since saved people over $10 million on hearing aids. Patrick joins eHealth Radio and the Hearing Health and Health News Channels to tell us more about the hearing aid industry and why hearing aids are really so expensive.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Patrick Freuler discuss the following:


  • Is hearing loss very common?


Hearing loss affects 48 million Americans. You most likely know someone close to you with hearing loss. With increased exposure to noise in the everyday environment, including the widespread use of ear buds to listen to music, people are developing hearing loss at younger ages. The big deal is that out of these 48 million people, only 25 percent actually have hearing aids. This is due to price and stigma. In our society, it’s acceptable to get glasses for poor eyesight, but much less acceptable to get hearing aids for hearing loss. When people finally admit they need hearing aids, they find out a pair at the audiology clinic costs $7,000, which most people simply cannot afford.


  • Why are hearing aids so expensive?


This is one of the most common questions amongst our customers. Hearing aids are traditionally sold at an audiology clinic for $7,000 per pair and aren't covered by insurance. However, the cost to produce a pair of hearing aids is closer to $150! The reason for this price discrepancy is markups, which help audiologists cover their high overhead costs.


The hearing aid industry has not been disrupted until now, so hearing aid prices have continued to rise for decades, while prices of other electronic devices have lowered.


  • Tell me about Audicus. Can people really buy hearing aids online? 



100% yes, and we have many existing customers all over the United States and the world to vouch for it. It’s the same as purchasing prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses online, which has become widely accepted in recent years, since it’s more affordable. People email, upload or fax us their hearing test and we are able to recommend to them the best device. Our in-house audiologists customize the hearing aids, and we ship them to customers for a 45-day trial period. If they’re not happy they can return for a full refund.


But few people return. We have award-winning products that are among the best in the industry and an incredible support team. As a result our return rates are half of what a typical audiologist would see in the clinic.


In order to buy hearing aids online, my best recommendation is to visit Audicus.com and/or give us a call. Our customer support team is there to help explain to people the different features of hearing aids and what they can do to improve their hearing. I also recommend visiting an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor or audiology clinic to get a test done, so you can submit the test to us for a recommendation.


  • People don't realize that they are losing their hearing. What are the signs/symptoms of hearing loss?


Most people will come up with every excuse possible to avoid the fact that they have hearing loss. Often times they will blame it on someone else mumbling or having “selective hearing” but there are some common signs of hearing loss such as:

  1. Constantly asking your friends and family to repeat things said in a casual conversational setting.
  2. Having to turn up the television set to a volume that creates discomfort for others.
  3. Missing entire portions of conversation at the dinner table without realizing it.
  4. Not being able to understand women’s or children’s voices (higher frequencies).
  5. Not being able to distinguish conversation from background noise at restaurants or in loud spaces.


  • Most hearing loss is age-related. What can be done to remedy the loss?


Yes and no. Most often, hearing loss is a result of aging, but younger people can also have hearing loss, whether it’s genetic or due to prolonged exposure to loud sound.


Prevention is the best medicine. Being aware of the sounds around you will help prevent hearing loss in your future. The truth is, today’s world is getting louder and louder. Any sound that is above 85 decibels can cause damage to your hearing over time. To put this in perspective, a standard pair of headphones can produce up to 110 decibels of sound! One easy way to prevent hearing loss in your future is to monitor the volume at which you listen to your music when using headphones.


Tip: If you know that you have hearing loss, or even if you think you might, do not let it go untreated. Not only does this make conversations more difficult to have, it isolates you from your family and friends. Get your hearing tested by an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor or at an audiology clinic and then contact Audicus. Our goal at Audicus is to help everyone hear and enjoy their lives.


Duration: 9:47


Patrick Freuler is the founder/CEO of Audicus, a tech startup that offers hi-tech, affordable hearing aids online to the 48 million Americans with hearing loss.


Prior to Audicus, Patrick spent several years as a strategy consultant at McKinsey and as a healthcare investor at Bain Capital. He has two aerospace engineering degrees from MIT.


Audicus is addressing the rising issue of hearing loss (the third most common chronic health condition among the aging population) by offering hearing aids at prices 70 percent lower than the traditional clinic. Because Audicus is a website, it is able to eliminate overhead costs associated with the clinic and the intermediaries typically involved in the sale of hearing aids. Since June 2012, Audicus has saved people more than $10 million.



Website: www.Audicus.com

Airfree Air Purifiers, the natural solution for asthma, allergies, mold and contaminated air

January 17, 2015
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Camila Santos the International Business Manager at Airfree Air Purifiers, the natural solution for asthma, allergies, mold and contaminated air joins eHealth Radio and the Allergy, Asthma, and Health News Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Camila Santos discuss the following:

  • What is an Airfree Air Purifier and how does it set you aside from the rest?
  • What inspired the inventor to create the Airfree Purifier and how many varieties do you currently offer in the United States?
  • Who would benefit most by using an Airfree Purifier? 
  • How exactly does an Airfree Purifier work?  How big of a room does a unit cover? 
  • Where can you buy an Airfree Purifier? What is the range in prices?


Duration: 7:30


Airfree - The natural solution for asthma, allergies, mold and contaminated air.
Airfree products reduce microbiological contamination in the air naturally, without using chemicals or filters. Recommended by doctors and with no contraindications, they can be used anywhere. Airfree’s exclusive technology works by eliminating microorganisms and allergens, destroying them in a fraction of a second. Depending on the model, between 14,000 and 20,000 liters of air pass through the Airfree device every hour, treating all the air in the room in a very short space of time.


The process works in much the same way as sterilizing water by boiling it; when water is boiled, the microorganisms it contains are eliminated. In similar fashion, Airfree continually draws in air from the room, heating it to over 400°F and instantly sterilizing it. The purified air is then cooled inside the device before being returned to the room.  The entire process is completely silent and requires no maintenance, not even the occasional replacement of parts. All you have to do is switch the device on and leave it to get on with the job.  AirFree purifiers are the most tested air purifier in the world.



Website: www.airfree.com

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