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Hormones, Health and Happiness with Dr. Steven Hotze

Hormones, Health and Happiness with Dr. Steven Hotze

August 6, 2012

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Dr. Steven Hotze, the author of Hormones, Health and Happiness, and founder and CEO of the Hotze Health and Wellness Center, Hotze Pharmacy and Physician’s Preference, a vitamin and supplement company, in Houston joins eHealth Radio. Dr. Hotze believes you can achieve optimal health and wellness naturally, without the use of prescription drugs.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Steven Hotze discuss the following:

  • What are bioidentical hormones (opposed to synthetic hormones)?
  • How can bioidentical hormones prevent and treat chronic health issues more effectively than prescription drugs or surgery? (Examples of chronic health issues: menopause, heart disease, ED, diabetes, obesity, fatigue, muscle aches and pains, depression, low energy, decreased sexual desire, allergies, etc.)
  • What should someone do if their doctor has told them their hormone levels are in the “normal range”, but they still feel terrible?
  • What other natural approaches to health do you recommend?
  • If people want a complimentary copy of your book, Hormones, Health & Happiness, what phone number should they call?


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Steven F. Hotze, M.D., is the founder and CEO of Hotze Health & Wellness Center (HHWC), Physician’s Preference and Hotze Pharmacy. His goal is to change the way women and men are treated in midlife through the use of bioidentical hormone therapy. His 8-Point Treatment Regimen has helped over 20,000 individuals get on a path of health and wellness and enjoy a better quality of life, in an environment of extraordinary hospitality and guest service.


Dr. Hotze is the author of the book, “Hormones, Health, & Happiness”. In the book, he describes his journey from using pharmaceutical drugs to actively listening to his patients and treating the root cause of their symptoms through natural approaches. Dr. Hotze has appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows across the nation, including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX affiliates, and CBS’ “The Morning Show”. He is also a regular guest on the KHOU Channel 11 morning program, “Great Day Houston”.


Suzanne Somers dedicated an entire chapter to Dr. Hotze in her New York Times best seller, "Breakthrough". “This Texan doctor is going to steal your heart,” said Somers. “He has so much energy he can’t wait to get to his office each day. He has built up a practice that is the envy of doctors everywhere."


Dr. Hotze is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy and the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and is former president of the Pan American Allergy Society.


You can listen to Dr. Hotze and his colleagues on his radio program, “Health and Wellness Solutions”, which airs Monday - Thursday on KSEV 700 AM in Houston from 12-1 p.m. CT, or online at, www.hotzehwc.com.


Related Web Site: www.HotzeHWC.com


Treatment options for depression and bipolar disorder with Dr. William Marchand

Treatment options for depression and bipolar disorder with Dr. William Marchand

July 9, 2012

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Dr. William Marchand, board-certified academic psychiatrist and neuroscientist joins eHealth Radio to talk about treatment options for depression and bipolar disorder. He is currently Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Utah and also holds an adjunct appointment in the Department of Psychology.


Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. William Marchand discuss the following:

  • Recent studies have found that 30-40% of people suffering from mood disorders don’t receive any type of treatment. Why do so many people go without help?
  • What are the basic differences between depression and bipolar disorder?
  • Are mood disorders curable?
  • Your book is very hands-on with many interactive, workbook features. How does this approach aid readers?
  • What are some of the treatment options for depression and bipolar disorder? What are the potential benefits of combining approaches (i.e. medication and other biological treatments, psychotherapy and complementary approaches such as diet, exercise and mindfulness exercises)?


TIP: Those suffering from mood disorders can expect to get well. Sometimes it takes a little time, but almost everyone with a mood disorder can get better and stay well for life. Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Your Guide to Recovery provides information, guidance, and specific strategies to help readers achieve full recovery.


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William Marchand, MD is a board-certified academic psychiatrist and neuroscientist. He is currently Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Clinical) at the University of Utah and also holds an adjunct appointment in the Department of Psychology. After a number of years of treating mood disorders in clinical settings, he decided to focus his efforts on research into the neurobiology of mood and anxiety disorders as well as education or mental health providers and the general public.


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