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Skin Rules with Dr. Debra Jaliman

Skin Rules with Dr. Debra Jaliman

January 30, 2012


Skin Rules with Dr. Debra Jaliman

Debra Jaliman, MD, a board certified dermatologist with a private practice in New York City & author of the book "Skin Rules - Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist" joins the show.

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Debra Jaliman, MD, is a board certified dermatologist with a private practice in New York City. Internationally recognized for her research and work in clinical and cosmetic dermatology, Dr. Jaliman has a reputation for using cutting-edge technology and the latest in skin care, as well as for being the “last stop” doctor, the one who fixes what others can’t. She is an assistant professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and a member of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery. She is a spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology and is regarded as an authority in her field by journalists and cosmetics industry, appearing frequently on television and in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Allure, Glamour, Self, and InStyle.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & Dr. Debra Jaliman discuss the following:

  • What motivated you to write this book?
  • This is a fairly short book. Why did you write it as an instruction manual instead of the usual long book explaining skin problems?
  • What ages do you target in this in this book?
  • What would surprise people who read your book? New technologies?
  • Many of the products you recommend are found in drugstores. Aren’t expensive products always better?



Minimizing the Impacts of Divorce

Minimizing the Impacts of Divorce

January 26, 2012


Minimizing the Impacts of Divorce

with Bari Weinberger

Bari Weinberger, the founding partner of Weinberger Law Group, LLC, who is an expert in New Jersey Divorce and Family Law joins the show.

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Bari Weinberger, the founding partner of Weinberger Law Group, LLC, is an expert New Jersey Divorce and Family Law attorney. She is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney, a certification achieved by only 2% of the attorneys in New Jersey.

Ms. Weinberger is also the associate author of the New Jersey Family Law Practice, a 5-volume treatise utilized by virtually every family law judge and attorney in the State. Her practice is located in Morris County, NJ.

Ms. Weinberger is a highly sought after attorney throughout the state as well as a legal expert for local and national media publications. For more information on Ms. Weinberger log on to For access to her free webinar on The 5 Critical Risks of Divorce visit


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & Bari Weinberger discuss:

1. How does divorce affect a person’s health?

2. What is divorce anger?

3. How common is domestic violence and what should someone who is a victim do to protect themselves?

4. How can people minimize the impacts of divorce?

5. What can parents do to minimize the impacts of divorce on their children?

6. What are some ways people can prepare for a divorce?

7. What do you advise people to look for when choosing a divorce lawyer?

8. How can people prepare for their 1st meeting with their lawyer?

Summary Tips:

  • Keep it amicable. The more reasonable and amicable everyone is, the shorter the process and it can ultimately help lessen the overall cost, both financially and to the health and well-being of all involved.
  • Don’t get your children involved the more you get them involved the more resentful they will be and the more it will harm your relationship with your children.
  • Don’t be afraid to make compromises. A small compromise doesn’t need to translate into a weakness. A small compromise can often be recognized as a big gesture by the other party and can help move the process towards a quicker settlement.  Try not to get caught up in the little battles and focus on the big picture.

At the end of the day it is about moving on with your life and it is about new beginning.


Mind Over Matter, Specializing in In-Home fitness

Mind Over Matter, Specializing in In-Home fitness

January 25, 2012


Mind Over Matter, Specializing in In-Home fitness

with Joshua Margolis

Joshua Margolis, the Founder of Mind Over Matter, New York's finest fitness professionals specializing in In-Home fitness joins the show.

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Specializing in In-Home fitness, Mind Over Matter is dedicated to providing fitness programs that will get you looking and feeling your best. Our approach to a healthy lifestyle will help you lose body fat, better your appearance, boost your energy levels and improve your overall health.

 Mind Over Matter invites you to work with New York City's finest fitness professionals. We design fitness plans that meet your individual goals and inspire you through motivation and guidance. By understanding the mindset and obstacles that New Yorkers face daily, our team is prepared to adjust to your schedule and environment.  Mind Over Matter is also featured on Talking in a weekly radio show about all things health and fitness.

Joshua Margolis, founder, is a fitness consultant with a Bachelors Degree in Sports Psychology. He holds certifications from A.C.E., N.A.S.M, and is also prenatal and postpartum certified. Joshua has been working in the health and fitness arena for over 10 years designing personalized fitness programs which incorporate motivational techniques to enhance performance. Joshua is also the fitness model in “THE DUKE DIET”: world renowned health and fitness book. His fitness philosophy: "Your self image and habits go hand in hand; change one and you will automatically change the other." Contact direct


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & Joshua Margolis discuss:

  • What is Mind Over Matter/What do you do?
  • What separates Mind Over Matter from other fitness related services?
  • Why did you decide to get into fitness/start Mind Over Matter?
  • What are the advantages of In-Home fitness?
  • Why don’t New Year’s resolutions stick when it comes to fitness?



Training Our Brain To Eat Differently

Training Our Brain To Eat Differently

January 24, 2012


Training Our Brain To Eat Differently

with Holly Stokes

Holly  Stokes, The Brain Trainer joins the show. She has several Certifications including NLP, TPM, Hypnosis, and Coaching.

Listen to Holly Stokes' interview with host Eric Michaels discuss the following:

  • There are so many diet programs, shakes and pills out there, and yet America continues to gain weight. So, tell us what we don’t know about weight loss?
  • How are habits wired into the brain?
  • Changing our habits sounds hard, we’ve all heard the saying it takes 30 days to make a new habit, what advice do you have for us about making the change?
  • For our listeners out there, what is NLP that you mentioned?
  • You also have a book out, what will you cover in the book?

About Holly:

I began working with troubled teens in 1994, helping them improve their communication, confidence, and self-awareness. As a wilderness guide and counselor in therapeutic outdoor programs, I gained experience in group dynamics, taught positive communication skills, led group therapy sessions, and gained insight into motivation and behavior while helping teens prepare for a new future.

My work in these programs led me to finish my degree in Psychology. While doing my coursework, I became fascinated by the results achieved with hypnosis in controlling pain, speeding the body's healing, and quickly replacing old habits. I certified as a Hypnotherapist and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner. These tools were so amazing and effective, Why didn't we have them in working with the kids?

I found my own challenges transformed as I applied the science of shifting perspectives to change the problems. Before I found these tools, I would say I had an unstable self-esteem, I felt good about myself when life was up, but I really criticized myself, felt depressed and even self-abusive when life wasn't working how I wanted it to.

Thanks to the tools of applied psychology and namely, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) I quickly changed negative self - talk, increased my confidence and self-esteem, and found it easier to roll with the ups and downs of life, even enjoying the downs! I used to be afraid about the future, I felt stressed and anxious and found it difficult to make plans or have a long-term vision. Now, I see a bright and positive future that continues to evolve with me as I grow.

If I had one message to share - I would say, "Life can be amazing and the way to your amazing self and future lie in your brain!"

You may have really struggled with challenges, been self-critical, but found old problems and patterns difficult to change. You may have even thought, "I know I shouldn't be thinking this," but you still have the thought or the feeling. These patterns are difficult to change because they are wired into your brain and they run automatically.

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Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.

Forgiveness is the cornerstone especially in a divorce

Forgiveness is the cornerstone especially in a divorce

January 23, 2012


Forgiveness is the cornerstone especially in a divorce

with Divorce Attorney Lori Rubenstein

Divorce Attorney & Personal Life Coach as well as author Lori Rubenstein joins us on eHealth Radio, a part of the NEW eHealth Radio Network.

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Listen to Lori's interview with host Eric Michaels discuss the following:

  • Why are we talking about Divorce on a Health Show?
  • You are famous for saying Divorce is a GIFT, what does that mean and why do you say that. Don’t you get in trouble?
  • Why are you so passionate about this kind of work? I would think it’s pretty depressing.
  • Why should people choose mediation over litigation?
  • What role does forgiveness play in your work as a divorce coach?

» Don't miss her parting tip to those going through or thinking of divorce. Note: Save this to your iPod/mp3 player or the desktop on your computer and listen to it again for your relationship guide or simply subscribe to this feed and never miss another episode on the eHealth Radio Network. Refer to audio player and links below.


About Lori Rubenstein:

As a personal life coach, I dare to transcend with my clients. I powerfully speak the truth while passionately and responsibly connecting with clients. Together, we joyfully and intuitively allow the spirit within us to soar. I have transcended many times in my own life. I am currently a Personal Life Coach, Mediator, and successful Divorce Attorney. I teach classes for Divorce and Custody as well as Life Makeover Classes. As a Divorce Attorney, I have worked with over a thousand clients to help them deal with fearful transitions in their lives.

As a mediator, I help people find creative solutions and gain dignity by resolving their own conflict. I am told that I am an amazing "idea person". As a coach, I love helping people to transcend their current situation and find joy and passion in their lives once again. My experience is both professional and personal.

As a mother of two children, I practice walking my talk. As a child of divorce, and also daily with my divorce clients, I know and see the effects of continuing the parental fight around children. It has serious ramifications on the children's self-esteem. As a divorced and remarried parent, I continue to be reminded of how my own choices affect my children. When I was a teen, I became involved with drugs, ending with a year long stint at a drug addiction center... this was a turning point in my life. Bottled up negative energy was transformed into courage, strength, and the ability to change and enrich my life. Once I recognized the need to change and grow, I discovered the resolve within myself to accomplish my desires.

I was the first in my family to graduate from college (University of Nevada in Reno), and graduated in 1985 with a Juris Doctor from Antioch School of Law in Washington, DC. I was an attorney for Legal Services in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for 5 years and then the Regional Director of Oregon Legal Services' Roseburg branch for another five years.

In 1994 I became a certified mediator through Confluence Northwest in Portland, OR, and in 1995 I went into private practice. In 2002 I was certified by the Academy for Coach Training (Bellevue,WA) as a Certified Professional Coach. I have been on numerous legal and community boards. I was the past Young Career Woman for the Oregon Business and Professional Women's Club, past president of the Douglas County Bar Association, past board member of the Oregon Bar Association's Local Professional Responsibility Committee and Family Law Section, and was on numerous statewide family law task forces in both Oregon and Pennsylvania.


Links: Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.

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