How to become a more Confident Person

March 30, 2016

Lisa Phillips, a Confidence Coach, who is the Founder of Amazing Coaching & the author of the new book ‘The Confidence Coach’ that was released in July 2015  joins eHealth Radio and the Health & Personal Development Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Lisa Phillips discuss the following:

  • How did you become a Confidence Coach?
  • Does Confidence mean different things for different people? 
  • What do you think prevents people from feeling Confident?
  • What are the benefits of Confidence?
  • In your book, you talk about the stream of life. Can you explain what this means when it comes to confidence?

Duration: 13:05

Lisa Phillips is a Confidence Coach based in Sydney, Australia. Lisa is originally from the UK and has worked as a Coach for over 15 years. Driven by seeing people finding their authentic selves, Lisa delivers her message of empowerment and confidence through professional public speaking, presenting, coaching, workshops & facilitation.

Lisa is also the author of '​The Confidence Coach'​ book (2015 Exile Publishing) which received endorsements from best selling authors Bevery Engel, Patricia Evans & Hay House author, Dianne Schwartz. Lisa appears regularly on TV and Radio and also shares her expertise in a wide range of magazines and newspapers.
Due to her engaging warm personality, knowledge & unique style, Lisa builds rapport and trust easily, making change realistic and beneficial. Her leading edge techniques and warmth also makes her stand out from other professionals in her field.  In 2015, Lisa was a finalist in the'​ Coach of the Year'​ award ( ICF NSW) & Stevie Bronze Winner for 'Coach and Mentor of the Year'.  For her work assisting people with confidence, Lisa was awarded a Stevie Bronze award in 2014 / 2015.

Lisa has a particular passion for public speaker and has spoken at large private, public and not for profit conferences across Australia. Lisa combines her love of public speaking and travelling by being a guest speaker on several cruise lines including Royal Caribean and Celebrity Cruises.

Lisa offers one on one coaching via phone and skype.

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Social Media Links:
Twitter: @AmazCoach

Lisa Avellino of NY Health & Wellness Fitness Discusses Workout Tips and the Benefits of Balancing Hormones

March 28, 2016

Lisa Avellino, one of New York’s top fitness experts and a corporate wellness consultant who has worked in the fitness industry for more than 30 years joins eHealth Radio and the Health and Fitness Channels to discuss workout tips and the benefits of balancing hormones.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Lisa Avellino discuss the following:

  • What is the best workout for someone that has no time?
  • Are these trendy boot camp workouts that push you to your outer limits good to get in shape if you are just starting out?
  • What workout do you suggest for women going through Peri menopause or menopause ? And why?
  • How are hormones affected by exercise and how can we balance our hormones through proper training?
  • What is the best time of day to workout?

Duration: 24:30

Lisa Avellino is one of New York’s top fitness experts and a corporate wellness consultant who has worked in the fitness industry for more than 30 years. She developed the Balance 3H+ "Reboot" fitness plan that accompanies the Balance 3H+ Diet Plan at NY Health & Wellness

Reboot is a customized fitness program for women in perimenopause and menopause, and features simple, fun and effective 15 minute periods of exercise during the day.


Exploring Non-surgical and Surgical Treatments for Double Chin

March 26, 2016

Dr. Reza Momeni, Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon at Summit Medical Group’s Plastic Surgery Center located in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey joins eHealth Radio and the Plastic Surgery Information Channel to talk to us about non-surgical and surgical treatments for “double chin”.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Reza Momeni discuss the following:

  • What is submental fat? Why does submental fat occur?
  • What are your recommendations for someone looking to treat submental fat?
  • What is Kybella, CoolSculpting and QuickLift? How do they treat submental fat?
  • What do each of these procedures entail? What is recovery like and when can one expect results? 
  • What are the complications associated with these treatments?

Duration: 18:00

Reza Momeni MD, FACS is a board-certified plastic surgeon and current Section Chief of Plastic Surgery at Overlook Medical Center. He is an expert in the aesthetic surgery of the face and body, such as the QuickLift, and he has extensive experience in hand surgery and cancer reconstruction. To achieve natural and functional results that enhance his patients’ lives, Dr. Momeni provides honest and personalized recommendations to each patient, with an emphasis on safety and effectiveness. In aesthetic surgery, Dr. Momeni is also one of the most experienced surgeons in the NYC metro area with minimally invasive techniques and nonsurgical facial rejuvenation with Botox®, Juvederm®, Voluma®, Fraxel®, Ultherapy®, Kybella® and CoolSculpting®.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @summitmedicalnj

The 9 Carbs to Avoid for a Healthy Life

March 25, 2016

Dr. Bruce Roseman the author of book "The Addictocarb Diet:  Avoid the 9 Highly Addictive Carbs while Eating Anything Else You Want" joins eHealth Radio and the Diabetes, and Health News Channels. Dr. Roseman is a family doctor in practice in Manhattan for over 30 years affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Bruce Roseman discuss the following:

  • Why are certain carbs so dangerous?

  • Why did you write “The Addictocarb Diet?”

  • What are the steps to take to eliminate a carb addiction?
  • It seems simple, but why can’t people shake the addiction?
  • Why does your diet, as opposed to Weight Watchers, work?
  • Does your diet prohibit chocolate?

  • What foods do you recommend that listeners eliminate as everyone thinks about weight loss and resolutions to live healthier?

Duration: 32:26

Dr. Bruce Roseman has been a Family Doctor in private practice in Manhattan for 30 years, and is affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital where he holds joint appointments in the departments of Family Medicine and Ob/Gyn.

He has served as medical editor for several food/health-related books and magazines including The Olive Oil Cookbook, The Low Cholesterol Oat Cure, Whittle’s The Health Report, Big Bird Goes to the Doctor (Sesame Street), and as a medical columnist for Woman’s World.

Dr. Roseman has appeared on numerous television and radio programs as a medical expert, including Live Wire (PBS), The Human Condition (NPR) Good Day New York, The Queen Latifah Show, and The Joan Lunden Show, and has been featured in magazines such as Guideposts and Parent.

He is also the author of A Kid Just Like Me (Penguin/Putnam, 2001), which details a popular method he invented to teach children with learning disabilities to read, while working with his son.

Dr. Roseman lives happily, in New York City, with his wife of over a quarter century, Ellen, and is proud to be the father of two fine young men, Joshua and Aaron.


The Cancer Survival Guide: Award Winning Health Journalist Sheds Lights on Inspiring Survival Story

March 24, 2016

Charlotte Libov, a pioneer in the field of patient advocacy and the author of "Cancer Survival Guide: How To Conquer It and Live A Good Life", which includes a wide range of tips on living with cancer joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention & Health News Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Charlotte Libov discuss the following:

  • Tell us about your inspiring story as a heart disease survivor and how that brought you to the career you have today.
  • In addition to being an top medical journalist and author of five award winning books- you also are a nationally recognized motivational speaker. What brought you into speaking and where do you typically present?
  • You specialize in providing life-saving heart advice especially for women- what would you say are some of the key things women can do for heart disease and heart attack prevention?
  • Let's talk about your latest book "The Cancer Survival Guide" tell us about the book and what the transition was like from writing about heart health to now discussing a completely new topic.
  • How should one go about risk factor reduction for both cancer and heart disease?

Duration: 13:20

A heart disease survivor, Charlotte Libov is an inspirational speaker, the author of five award-winning books, and a frequent TV and radio guest. She also is a top medical writer who contributes to Internet sites such as WebMD.

Her columns also appear nationally and she also blogs on preventing heart attacks in women. Her first book, “The Women’s Heart Book,” was among the first to sound the alarm about heart attacks in women, and was made into the ground-breaking PBS show, “Women’s Hearts at Risk,” and she has been honored for her volunteer efforts by the American Heart Association.

She has spoken nationally to US Army War College, Bio International, The Toyota Women’s Conference, and more. She has appeared at Duke University Medical School, Kaiser Permanente, University of Connecticut Allied Science Health Sciences, and more than 50 more hospitals and organizations throughout the country.

Through her dynamic keynotes and workshops, she inspires audiences to take charge of their health and lifestyle, so they can live healthier, energetic and passionate lives.


Chronic pain, and how to get rid of it.

March 21, 2016

Dr. Daniel Twogood a Chiropractor from Apple Valley, California who has written four books on chronic pain, and how to get rid of it again joins eHealth Radio and the Pain Management & Health News Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Daniel Twogood discuss the following:

  • Why have you written so much about chronic pain?
  • What is the cause of chronic pain?
  • What are some of these substances that cause chronic inflammation?
  • What can our listeners do today to get rid of their chronic pain?
  • How can people find out more about your work and to purchase any of your books?

Duration: 13:36

Dr. Daniel Twogood graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1973, and from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles in 1983. He began practicing at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles where he treated many of the athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He opened his own practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985, and it was here that he discovered the diet/pain connection. He has written four books on chronic pain. His latest is "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days." His books are available at Amazon, and in electronic form on iBooks, Kindle, Nook, and in the Google app store.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @dr2good

The Importance of Rescue

March 19, 2016

Emily DeScalo the Director of Marketing for Big Dog Ranch Rescue, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the Southeastern United States joins eHealth Radio and the Animal Health & Health News Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Emily DeScalo discuss the following:

  • Why adopt a dog instead of shopping for a dog?
  • How did Big Dog Ranch Rescue come to be?
  • I understand you are are 100% donor funded is that correct?
  • I hear you're moving to a new facility in July...can you elaborate on that?
  • How can someone get involved with Big Dog Ranch Rescue?

Duration: 7:08

Emily DeScalo is the Director of Marketing for Big Dog Ranch Rescue, the largest no-kill dog rescue in the southeastern United States. Before Big Dog, Emily was the Marketing Manager and Producer for PANNA, the first video cooking magazine featuring master chefs. She has co-produced a documentary on homelessness in America, and was an associate producer of Do the Math, a feature documentary about the global climate crisis. Emily has years of experience in marketing and social media, scripted and non-scripted production management, as well as sports news production. She is a graduate of Boston University where she majored in film and television, and happily lives in North Palm Beach with her fiancé, Chris, and her furry pup, Brady.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @BDRRescue

The Smooth System, the beauty and aesthetic space’s best kept secret

March 17, 2016

Michael Eisenberg, The CEO of The Smooth System exclusive, the one and only FDA approved, proven scientific technology in hair removal joins eHealth Radio and the Beauty and Skin Care Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Michael Eisenberg discuss the following:

  • What is The Smooth System?
  • What is the story behind The Smooth System?
  • Who does the system work best on & who does it benefit most?
  • What is the difference between laser hair removal and The Smooth System?
  • Where can the treatment be performed on the body?
  • When will this become open to the public?

Duration: 12:31

With a flawless record of advanced achievement for over 40 years,The Smooth System has been the beauty and aesthetic space's best kept secret. Over 100,000 satisfied clients and counting are a true testament to the Lucy Peter’s vision of becoming serious about smooth. It is both a hair removal aesthetic and medical skin solution effective on any hair, any where, anyone. 100% Guaranteed smooth results.


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Learning to Live with Chronic Illness

March 16, 2016

Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor joins eHealth Radio and the Health News, Mental Health & TeleMedicine Channels talks about learning to live with chronic illness.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Nikki Martinez discuss the following:

  • What is your story in regards to chronic illness?
  • What is the hardest issue to  accept about a diagnosis and life change?
  • How can a client reform their goals?
  • How can therapy help the individual?
  • How can they be sure they heard and supported by MD's?

Summary: With a willingness to ask for help, adjusting your goals, and not letting your illness become your identify, you can live a full and happy life.

Duration: 8:56

Dr. Nicole Martinez received her Masters and her Doctorate from Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and completed her predoctoral and post-doctoral fellowship at Gateway Foundation in Lake Villa, Illinois. She is a Professional Psychologist, an Adjunct Professor for 2 graduate programs, a Blogger for the Huffington Post, everyday Power Blog, several other publications, and is a Contributor to the Chicago Tribune. She works as a consultant on medical cases, as well as tund trainings for others. She recently published 4 books.

Twitter: @DrNikkiMartinez

Operation: #BanTheTan

March 15, 2016

Cassandra Heikkila the COO and Film Producer at Dermetel, a non profit determined to advance awareness about dermatologic diseases amongst students and to increase access to high-quality dermatologic care for underserved patients worldwide joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention, Health and Skin Care Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Cassandra Heikkila discuss the following:

  • What can you tell me about Dermetel's film division, DermFilms?
  • What is Operation #BanTheTan about?
  • Will the film be nonpartisan?
  • How much money do you guys need in fundraising to see it through?
  • Where can people learn more about Dermetel and Operation #BanTheTan?

Duration: 5:14

Cassandra Heikkila graduated from American University with a degree in film and cinema studies and has always had a passion for using her background in film and media to help build and grow non-profits. sShe believes film can be used as a common language to reach people all over the world. Soon after graduating she began working for Dermetel. Dermetel is a non-profit organization determined to advance awareness about dermatologic diseases amongst students and to increase access to high-quality dermatologic care for underserved patients worldwide.  They stand by their beliefs that every person, no matter their income level or geographic location, deserves access to skin cancer prevention information, free sunscreen, and a top-notch dermatologist.  Dermetel, formerly Dangerous Rays, was founded in 2011 by Misha Kaura, a then-undergraduate student.  The Dermetel Board of Directors features students, entrepreneurs, activists, and full-time staff members.  The Board of Advisors includes several Junior League-trained activists and board-certified dermatologists who provide guidance to our work.


Social Media Links:
Twitter: @dermetel