June 4, 2018
Frank Healy, who remembers every day of his life since he was six years old and is now 58 joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel. Frank remembers the day of the week, the weather, news, and personal events. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and life coach. He has written several books on healing your memories and today is the launch of his memoir “Who Could Forget”.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Frank Healy discuss the following:
- When did you realize you had an extraordinary memory?
- What are the good and bad points of remembering everything?
- How did having this memory affect your career choices?
- What are the ways you help people with this?
- How does it affect your life now?
Frank Healy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Life Coach. He is one of about 80 people who has been classified as having Hyperthymesia by the University of California. Frank participated in their research studies because he remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. He is now in his 50’s.
His memory of each day includes the day of the week, the weather in his locale, news events and personal experiences. Recalling so much in his life had its advantages and disadvantages. The advantages include recall of every happy experience he had with friends, family, school and his wife. The corollary of that is that he remembers all the negative things. Bad days at work and school, slights from people, romantic breakups etc.
Before he began his own journey, he would recall bad memories with the same emotional intensity as if he was experiencing it now. He had learned to let go of the feelings. He now counsels and coaches people to heal from the ill effects of their own traumatic and unpleasant memories. This can help people be happier and move on to a successful present and future.
Frank lives with his wife in Dennisville, New Jersey. He is in private practice at Associates for Life Enhancement in Northfield, New Jersey. Frank enjoys going to the beach, reading, writing, playing quizzo with friends (It's a trivia game) and playing ball with his grandsons.
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June 2, 2018
Richard Davidson, of ZUKI, the #1 in professional quality and technical design that have developed ZUKI Technology to advance muscle recovery and speed the path back to your next performance or workout joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Pain Management Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Richard Davidson discuss the following:
- What is a ZUKI?
- Why did you develop ZUKI? & What does a ZUKi do?
- How is it different than other muscle rollers or stretchers?
- Was the ZUKI designed by a personal trainer or physician?
- I noticed you also make a ZUKI insoles, what does the ZUKI insoles do?
What is a ZUKI?... well you’re going to love the ZUKI Muscle Rollers and InSoles. Professionally inspired and designed for fast acting results. The ZUKI 19" is engineered with 1512 pressure points and the ZUKI 25" has 2376 pressure points. Hand made of durable materials like a never rust 304 grade stainless steel shaft and double injected TPE/PP rollers.
With the massive surface area, the ZUKI breaks up connective tissue and fascia to flush away toxins and attack lactic acid. Our gear is precision made and built to last. Patent pending ZUKI technology allows the rollers to penetrate deep into muscle tissue. Roll along the floor to apply reflexology to your feet for incredible relief. Use it for self-myofascial release. ZUKI should be your first option for reducing tightness and soreness after a performance, workout, CrossFit, Pilates or yoga session. Ideal for use on legs, arms, back and feet. The 3-dimensional soft point design, massages deep into muscle groups for thorough muscle recovery. Ergonomically designed handles make it easier to grip the ZUKI.
The ZUKI is #1 in professional quality and technical design. We developed ZUKI Technology to advance muscle recovery and speed the path back to your next performance or workout. Our portfolio of recovery products are unlike any others. The ZUKI is made 100% thermoplastic elastomer TPE. ZUKI muscle rollers and insoles have over 1500 points of contact. You are assured of a precision made device when you see the ZUKI seal of quality.
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June 1, 2018
World-renowned Child Psychologist and best-selling author Dr. Shefali joins eHealth Radio and the Children's Health & Health News Channels to talk about the best ways to keep children safe in the home, just in time for National Safety Month in June.
Dr. Shefali has partnered with Tide to educate parents on laundry safety in the home, with a new quiz available on Tide.com for parents to better understand their own safety style.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Shefali discuss the following:
- From your personal and clinical experience, what are some of the biggest parenting challenges in today’s modern society?
- You curated the Safety Style Quiz with Tide. Tell us more about the quiz and why it’s important for parents to be aware of their unique style.
- We’re entering National Safety Month in June, so what is your advice for parents when it comes to keeping the home safe and protecting their child’s health and well-being?
- What is your perspective on how parents can trust their child while also ensuring their safety in the home?
- Tell us about the idea of conscious parenting and how that intersects with child safety.
Dr. Shefali is a world-renowned clinical psychologist who received her doctorate from Columbia University, New York. She specializes in the integration of Eastern philosophy and Western psychology, making her an expert in her field. Her message has the potential to change people’s lives for generations to come.