September 7, 2020
Terry Moore, Founder & CEO of HomeoLux, a health and technology company that designs wellness products based on cutting-edge science joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Technology Channels. Their mission is to enable providers to offer care at any time from any location in the world.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Terry Moore discuss the following:
- Tell us about the impact of Alzheimer’s disease and why you established HomeoLux?
- What is 40hz light therapy and how does it boost brain function?
- Who benefits most from 40hz light therapy?
- What does the future for cognitive health look like?
- What are your personal wellness routines for maintaining cognitive health?
TIP: People try all kinds of crazy routines and habits to lead the healthiest lives possible, mentally and physically. Triathlons, taking psychedelic drugs, etc. These all lead to intense brain experiences, but they won’t bring the heightened brain activity and clarity that 40hz light therapy will give you as it cleans your brain. It can also be simply adopted into any daily routine without disrupting your current day to day activities.
Terry Moore is the CEO and Founder of HomeoLux. Known as a Business Philosopher, Terry has been a lifelong leader in science, and research. He came out of retirement to launch HomeoLux, a health and technology company that designs wellness products based on cutting-edge science. The company is Terry’s answer to his wife’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis and is dedicated to families battling cognitive decline.
Terry is also the founder of the Radius Foundation, a forum for exploring and gaining insight from different worldviews. He serves as a board member at The Columbia Center for Radiology Research and has popular TED Talks that examine how to master even the most simplistic life skills.
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September 27, 2018
Dr. John DenBoer of Smart Brain Aging, a company that has developed Brain U Online - one of the few "digital prescriptions" reimbursable to Medicare and shown to have a very positive effect on the quality of people's lives joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Mental Health Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. John DenBoer discuss the following:
- How did you start your interest in studying Dementia?
- Can you explain please how Brain U Online works?
- What has been the benefits to Brain U Online in addition to it preventing memory loss and mitigate decline?
- Why has Brain U Online become one of the first "Digital Prescriptions" to be covered by Medicare?
- What do you see for the future of Brain U Online?
Dr. John DenBoer is a Clinical Neuropsychologist specializing in the assessment and detection of early-stage dementia. He received his internship training at VA Boston Healthcare System (Boston University School of Medicine/Harvard University) and received his postdoctoral training at Barrow Neurological Institute. He has published extensively in the area of Clinical Neuropsychology and has been an expert speaker at many local, national, and international conferences. He is the Founder, CEO, and Chief Medical Officer of SMART Brain Aging, Inc., a company designed to help prevent and intervene in mild cognitive impairment and early-stage dementia.
In the last 3 years he has become a world-renown speaker in the area of early-stage dementia detection and treatment. This has culminated in a Netflix documentary and corresponding book, entitled “This is Dementia?!“.
Websites: www.brainuonline.com | www.smartbrainaging.com
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January 19, 2017
Health writer and nutrition educator Barbra Cohn again joins eHealth Radio and the Alzheimers Information and Nutrition Channels. Barbra is also the author of Calmer Waters: The Caregiver's Journey Through Alzheimer's & Dementia.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Barbra Cohn discuss the following:
- You cared for your husband who had early-onset Alzheimer's disease for 10 years. What is the number #1 health concern that caregivers face?
- There are so many books about Alzheimer's, how is yours different and where is it available?
- You're a nutrition educator, as well as a health writer. Can you talk about some nutrition tips that help relieve stress?
- Your book includes 20 chapters on healing modalities and activities that care partners can do together to help them to relax and feel more connected. What did you and your husband do?
- What is the most important thing about providing care for someone with Alzheimer's disease?
- What tips can you give for instant stress relief?
Barbra Cohn is a health writer and certified nutrition educator who offers support to caregivers, guiding them to make healthy food and lifestyle choices. She cared for her husband for a decade before he died from younger-onset Alzheimer's disease. Afterward, she was compelled to write "Calmer Waters: The Caregiver's Journey Through Alzheimer's and Dementia to help caregivers feel happier, healthier, less stressed, more confident, sleep better and to experience inner peace.
Barbra has written hundreds of articles for national and regional publications and health newsletters including First for Women, Better Nutrition, Energy Times, Delicious! and YM magazine. She currently writes a blog called thehealthycaregiverblog (http://barbracohn.com) and is on the editorial board of Care Connections, a newsletter for caregivers.
As president and owner of Cohn Writing Solutions, Barbra writes sales copy, newsletters and articles, and analyzes scientific studies for cosmetics and nutritional supplement companies. In addition to holding a Master’s degree in professional writing, she has a Certificate in Nutrition from the Bauman College of Nutrition. When she is not writing, Barbra can be found hiking in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, dancing salsa and tango or playing with her adorable grandchildren. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Websites: www.barbracohn.com | www.cohnwritingsolutions.com
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