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YO™, the first smartphone based home male fertility test kit

YO™, the first smartphone based home male fertility test kit

December 30, 2016

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Marcia Deutsch, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, of YO™, the first smartphone based home male fertility test kit joins eHealth Radio and the Men's Health, Technology & Sexual Health Channels.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Marcia Deutsch discuss the following:

  • What is YO?
  • What is the difference between men testing their sperm count v men testing for their motile sperm count?
  • How did you create an at home, home test kit incorporating Smartphone technology?
  • How do you marry the two fields of health and technology?

 

Marcia Deutsch is CEO of Medical Electronic Systems (MES), the creator of YO, the first home sperm test powered by a smartphone platform. YO is an interactive sperm testing app that uses smartphone technology to analyze and report men’s motile sperm concentration with an easy-to-use at-home sperm testing kit. YO is the first consumer product offered by MES, which makes commercial-grade automated semen analyzers for hospitals and independent laboratories. YO is designed to help consumers access affordable at-home motile sperm testing to better assist them to make informed decisions about their reproductive health.

 

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MES is aglobal medical device company and is widely respected in the industry as the gold standard in comprehensive automated semen analysis. The company has been an established manufacturer of commercial-grade automated semen analyzers for the past 20 years, and is wholly owned by Marcia and her husband, Gabriel Deutsch.

Marcia has a unique career background, combining medical expertise as a registered nurse with years of entrepreneurial success. MES is her second successful business venture.  Prior to MES, Marcia was the founder and CEO of MedCap Medical Cost Management, a company that provided hospital bill auditing services to major health insurance companies. Marcia founded MedCap in 1988 and grew the company to become the leading medical bill-auditing firm in the Western United States. She eventually sold MedCap in 1999 to Healthcare Recoveries, Inc. a public company.

Previous to MedCap, Marcia worked as a Registered Nurse (RN) with a nursing degree from L.A. County USC Medical Center. Her strong core background in medicine and experience in a variety of areas of the healthcare industry inspired her to become an entrepreneur in the medical services field.

Marcia’s unique management style is based on creating a family-like work environment, making strong investments in people, cross training employees to expand their skills, encouraging flexible hours and work locations, creating ongoing reconfigurations of work teams, and enjoying fun times and laughter every day at work. “Like any CEO, I can get really tough and demanding when our company results are on the line, but I truly have a warm, soft-hearted, humorous and caring side that is really genuine,” said Marcia. “And, I always believe in setting a good example and building credibility as the leader, because no job is too small to be worthy of a high level of performance. Being a CEO is not about glory and material rewards for myself, it’s about building a great and solid place to work that will provide for everyone’s livelihood in the future.”

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Website: www.yospermtest.com

Grooming Hacks for Fall and Winter Weather

Grooming Hacks for Fall and Winter Weather

December 1, 2016

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Dr. Terrence Keaney, expert Dermatologist for leading men’s grooming brand, Dove Men+Care joins eHealth Radio and the Dermatology & Skin Care Channels to talk about "Grooming Hacks for Fall and Winter Weather".

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Terrence Keaney discuss the following:

1. Does fall and winter weather affect my skin as much as summer weather?

As you think about skincare in the cooler months, one of the biggest factors that affects skin is the decrease in temperature and humidity. In the summer you might not need to moisturize as much, but the cold weather is very drying so you'll need to supplement your skin with a moisturizer. When choosing a body wash or facial moisturizer for the fall months, avoid products that contain strong chemicals such as benzoyl peroxide, which can be overly drying. If you typically use an acne product that contains these ingredients, it may be a good idea to dial back on use in the winter, since they can cause skin to be red and irritated.

2. Do I need to use sun protection in the fall or winter?

Just because it isn't summer anymore doesn't mean you're off the hook when it comes to sun protection. Fall and winter months are still full of sun exposure, and sun damage is the number one aging accelerator. To keep your skin looking young and healthy, use a moisturizer with SPF to protect against harmful sun damage – I would recommend a broad spectrum sunscreen that SPF 30 or greater.

3. Should I use the same deodorant all year long, no matter the season?

With the temperature dropping, you might not be sweating as much as the warmer months, so you could get away with swapping your strong summer antiperspirant for a lighter deodorant. However, a lot of guys forget that they still sweat between the layers caused by drastic temperature changes going from outside to inside, and back outside. If you're wearing a heavy wool sweater or another fabric that doesn't breathe, consider using a strong but gentle antiperspirant like Dove Men + Care Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant Solid to keep you dry.

4. Is bar soap bad for my skin?

There is a big misconception about bar soaps. People think they're dirty and foster germs but there are no reputable studies that say there's more bacteria growing on bars. However, there are some brands of soap that can be harmful to skin, if they contain harsh, aggressive cleansing ingredients that strip skin of natural oils and lipids. I recommend a bar with moisture built in, like the Dove Men+Care Clean Comfort Body & Face Bar, which has a mild formula that contains Dove’s signature ¼ moisturizing cream to replenish moisture in the skin’s outer surface layer.

5. Will the change in seasons affect my hair?

Cooler temperatures can bring adverse effects to hair as well. Similar to your skin, hair is composed of a similar keratin protein, which can get dehydrated and become fragile if not cared for correctly. A hydrating and moisturizing shampoo like Dove Men+Care Complete Care Fortifying 2-in-1 Shampoo and Conditioner can prevent breakage if you're growing out your hair and can help keep your hair's summer luster.

TIP: If there’s one thing that you’ll take away from our conversation today, and hopefully carry through to your grooming routine, it’s that the change is seasons does take its toll on hair and skin. Make sure to listen to your body and take note of any changes, such as dry skin, and think about how to add hydration and moisturization into your daily routine.

Terrence Keaney, M.D. is a Board certified dermatologist with specialized training in cutaneous laser, hair, and dermatologic surgery. Dr. Keaney graduated from University of Virginia School of Medicine at the top of his class and was elected as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha national medical honor society. His comprehensive dermatology training included a dermatology residency at the University of Miami (FL), a clinical research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and a fellowship in laser surgery at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery.  He currently practices as the Associate Director of W for MEN, the male-focused treatment center at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery.

Dr. Keaney is an advocate for the “personalization” of dermatology. He recognizes the importance of customizing dermatologic care based on the individual characteristics, needs, and preferences of his patients. Most notably, Dr. Keaney has become a pioneer in gender-specific dermatology. Dr. Keaney begins the first step to treatment personalization by recognizing the importance of gender, specifically its influence on anatomy, skin function, and behavior. Utilizing the latest laser, light, and energy-based technologies, his innovative and differentiated approach to dermatologic treatment provides superior results for both men and women.

Dr. Keaney co-founded the nation’s first cosmetic, hair, and laser surgery center for men. His extensive clinical and research experience in the unique dermatologic needs of male skin and hair allows him to provide the most effective care to his patients. Dr. Keaney understands the needs of his aging male patients and offers the latest technologies to address hair loss, body contouring, and jawline enhancement. In the realm of hair regrowth treatments, Dr. Keaney is one of the few doctors in the world to offer robotic hair restoration surgery.

His expertise in the function of gender as it concerns dermatologic treatment has made him a frequent speaker at medical professional meetings and in the media.

 

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Website: www.dovemencare.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: @DOVEMENCAREUS
Twitter: @DOVEMENCARE

What “Big Pharma” does not want men over 30 to know!

What “Big Pharma” does not want men over 30 to know!

October 20, 2016


Dr. Richard Gaines, Chief Medical Officer of HealthGains, the leading age management medical institute joins eHealth Radio and the Men's Health and Sexual Health Channels to talk about the newest ground breaking ED treatment that addresses the root cause of ED.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Richard Gaines discuss the following:

  • GAINSWave™, what is it & how does it work?
  • What are the benefits and side effects?
  • Who can benefit from GAINSWave™?
  • Is there medical evidence that it treats sexual dysfunction in men?
  • How does it compare to other ED treatments?


Conclusion: After the age of 40 it’s harder for men to achieve and maintain quality erections. GAINSWave™ is the first treatment that treats the root cause of ED. It is a non-invasive, drug free procedure with results that last over 2 years. Any man seeking better quality erection or cure erectile dysfunction without medications should consider GAINSWave™ as their first option.


The Founder and Chief Medical Officer of GAINSWave™ is Richard Gaines, MD, FAARM, ABAARM. Dr. Richard Gaines understands how sexual performance can affect your self-esteem, and impacts every aspect of your relationship. Over the years he has helped hundreds of men just like you with his ground breaking drug-free, surgery-free sexual wellness procedures such as the GAINS Enhancement ®.


Dr. Gaines has been administering Hormone Therapy and sexual wellness treatments since 1993. Through his proprietary sexual wellness techniques he has helped hundreds of men regain their self-confidence, and enjoy a happy and healthy sex life!


He and his assistant, Michael Lada, MPAS, PA-C, developed the GAINSWave™ therapy to provide all men, and not just men with Erectile Dysfunction, with an effective, drug-free, non-invasive way to improve their sex lives.


Michael served the U.S. proudly as an elite Army Ranger and Senior Medic, achieving the rank of Captain. Mike works closely Dr. Gaines, and was instrumental in developing the GAINSWave™ pulsed acoustical wave treatment for ED.


Together, they have recently co-authored the definitive book on ED and male sexual wellness, The Erection Connection.



Website: www.GAINSWave™.com


Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/HealthGAINS
Twitter: @healthgains

The growth of International Online Dating with new survey findings

The growth of International Online Dating with new survey findings

June 12, 2016


Anita Covic, Online Dating Expert at AnastasiaDate.com & AsianDate.com joins eHealth Radio and the Online Dating and Relationship Channels to highlight the growth of International Online Dating with new survey findings.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Anita Covic discuss the following:

  • Online dating has become part of today’s culture, why has international online dating grown?
  • How do AnastasiaDate and AsianDate fit into the mix?
  • You conducted the International Online Dating Survey, please share what you found when it came to the importance of love and companionship.
  • We often feel better about ourselves when we are in a relationship. Why would an international online dating relationship help?
  • When it comes to a healthy relationship, why do some turn to international online dating?


Duration: 5:40


Born in Podgorica, Montenegro, Anita Covic has always had a love for traveling the globe and meeting new people.  From Italy and France, to Spain, Greece, United Emirates, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and the United States, she understands the way that singles connect with those from other countries and cultures.  That knowledge has benefitted her in her position as Dating Specialist for top international online dating sites AnastasiaDate.com and AsianDate.com.


Covic spent her senior year of high school in New York as an exchange student that solidified her love for living abroad.  She connected with the culture of New York City as it represents the main philosophy of life and diversity.  She now calls New York City her second home.


Covic graduated from the UDG University in Podgorica, Montenegro with a Bachelor of International Economics and Finance.  She holds a Masters of Arts in public relations and communication from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri.


She began her professional career at Webster University as a Recruiting Coordinator where she was responsible for strategically designing and implementing admission events and campus visit programs while also representing the University’s graduate programs at local, national and international recruitment events. 


Upon moving to New York for her career, Covic served as Public Relations Manager for Volta Group.  She created and executed campaigns for the start-up by connecting with all major media and created and managing social media networks.


In Montenegro, she served as a journalist with the Daily Papers.  She was responsible for collecting and analyzing macro-economic data, conduct research and editing articles.


Covic brings her expertise of communications, social media, event planning, promotional campaigns and more to her role as Dating Specialist for AnastasiaDate.com and AsianDate.com.


Covic is proficient in English, Italian, Spanish and Serbo – Croatian while also possessing a working knowledge of Portuguese.


About AnastasiaDate and AsianDate:


AnastasiaDate and Asian Date, the leading international dating services facilitating exciting and romantic companionship between men and women all over the world, has over 28 million international users while attracting more than 80 million visitors annually translating into over 1.5 million conversations exchanged onsite daily.

Founded in 1993, AnastasiaDate is committed to member safety, customer satisfaction and the ongoing pursuit of innovation.
AnastasiaDate/AsianDate has representation in every country it touches, providing a high level of customer service to a worldwide clientele. Members are able to communicate across a variety of top-notch multimedia platforms, including video chat.


For more information visit www.AnastasiaDate.com & www.AsianDate.com.


Follow on Social Media:


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www.Facebook.com/AnastasiaDate
@AnastasiaDate


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@AsianDate

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

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.



Website: www.nyhealthandwellness.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NYHealthWellnessWC

Make Love Longer: CEO of Promescent Launches First FDA-Complaint Treatment for PE

Make Love Longer: CEO of Promescent Launches First FDA-Complaint Treatment for PE

January 20, 2016


Jeff Abraham, CEO of Promescent, the first FDA-compliant topical treatment spray for PE joins eHealth Radio and the Men's Health, Pharmaceutical & Sexual Health Channels. Promescent is one of the few sexual products on the market that is backed by more than 1,000 urologists nationwide.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jeff Abraham discuss the following:

  • Promescent is now considered the leading PE solution in the U.S, is heavily supported by the medical community, and is believed to safely and effectively improve men's sex lives. How does Promescent work and how is it able to help the population of over 30% of males who currently suffer from PE, or simply those who want to last longer in bed?
  • How does the effectiveness and convenience factor of Promescent compare to competitors and other ED sprays/creams on the market? What makes it so different and why do over 1,000 urologists in the US consider it to be first-line therapy for premature ejaculation? 
  • One of the major agreements between men and women, according to research, on what makes sex great is whether or not there was an orgasm. Could you explain the orgasm gap and dispel any myths surrounding how long should great sex actually last?
  • The product has recently been dubbed "The Next Viagra" and while the sales figures of Promescent are a far cry from Viagra, there is significant potential in the market for this product since ED is talked about more by PE affects more men. As the leader of this company, what is your vision for Promescent over the next few years and how to do your hope to achieve it? 
  • It's New Year's resolution season, and lots of couples have certain "sexpectations" for 2016. What are some of your favorite resolution ideas for better, healthier sex this year- whether it be for marriages, singles, "it's complicated" relationships, etc.? And where can these couples purchase Promescent? 


Duration: 17:26


Jeff Abraham is the CEO of Absorption Pharmaceuticals, responsible for the company's strategic direction and operations. With his entrepreneurial spirit, Jeff created Absorption Pharmaceuticals in 2011 and introduced Promescent®, an FDA-approved, lidocaine-based topical premature ejaculation (PE) prevention topical spray conceived by the late Dr. Ronald Gilbert at the American Urological Association (A.U.A) conference in Washington, D.C.


Recently, Jeff has also become involved in angel investing and managing a number of innovative companies, including those specializing in diabetes care, contract manufacturing and crop yield utilization.


Prior to launching Promescent, Jeff founded Technical Resources in 1988, a semiconductor technology search firm to better suit the staffing needs of the industry. His one man company grew to nine full-time recruiters/researchers, and 200 engineers working at various fabrication plants, within 10 years.


With all his success, Jeff is passionate about giving back and is an active member of the Big Brothers organization, as well as a member and regular contributor to the local Center for Social Resources to help the underprivileged in Orange County, CA.


Jeff is a graduate of Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.



Websites: www.promescent.com


Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Promescent
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Promescent
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/promescent

When Sex is a Problem: What You Need to Know

When Sex is a Problem: What You Need to Know

July 19, 2015


Jacqui Olliver, the Sex Technique Modifier at End the Problem who is recommended by leading medical specialists joins eHealth Radio and the Relationship and Sexual Health Channels. Jacqui teaches men, women and couples the ultimate strategy behind achieving and restoring a great sex life.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jacqui Olliver discuss the following:

  • What's the difference between sex and relationship therapists - and what you do?
  • How common are sex problems in society?
  • Do you think these problems result in thinking that your husband or wife may be having an affair?
  • What are the hidden symptoms of sex problems - how can a partner tell if their partner has a sex problem?
  • What contributes to poor sexual technique?
  • What are 5 things men AND women need to know about erectile dysfunction?


Duration: 16:16


Jacqui Olliver is the "go to" person for doctors and relationship therapists to send clients, to solve their sexual dysfunction issues. Recommended by leading medical specialists - problems achieving orgasm, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and a switched off libido can all be easily corrected with her unique treatment method WITHOUT DRUGS.


Known as The Sex Technique Modifier at End the Problem, Jacqui Olliver teaches men, women and couples the ultimate strategy behind achieving and restoring a great sex life.



Website: www.EndTheProblem.com

A Holistic and Solutions-Based Approach to Mental Health

A Holistic and Solutions-Based Approach to Mental Health

April 9, 2015


Michelle van Namen, a Holistic Psychologist, Hypnotherapist & Success Coach at Integrated Health Specialists joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development & Mental Health Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Michelle van Namen discuss the following:

  • How is a holistic approach different to a conventional approach in mental healthcare?
  • What is a solutions-based approach and how does this differ from other forms of therapy?
  • Can you explain how a psychological or emotional issue can actually affect the physical body?
  • Can you provide an example of how a holistic approach is applied when treating an individual for a mental illness, like for example, depression?
  • You also specialise in weight loss, how are your weight loss programs different to other weight loss programs?


Duration: 21:46


Michelle has over 22 years experience working with human behaviour through psychology, hypnotherapy, counselling, coaching, training, personal development and human resource management. Michelle is a qualified specialist working with human behaviour; she is a registered Psychologist, an internationally accredited Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotherapy and Life Coaching, and a qualified practitioner in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Michelle also has many years’ experience working in corporate human resource management and consultancy.


Michelle offers a unique holistic approach to health and well-being; meaning that she’ll address not only a client’s symptoms, but all potential contributing factors which may be affecting their health. As a solutions-focused practitioner, her goal is to create long-lasting changes by constructing practical solutions with a client; rather than dwelling on their problems, focusing instead on what they want to achieve moving forward. The primary focus isn’t on the past, but instead is on the present and the future.  This approach enables clients to experience significant changes quickly.


Michelle specialises in depression, stress management, anxiety and phobias, low self-worth, weight loss, and insomia.



Websitewww.integratedhealthspecialists.com.au

Happy, Healthy Relationships in Three Easy Steps

Happy, Healthy Relationships in Three Easy Steps

March 23, 2015


Jodi Ambrose, author of two relationship books; for men "Sex: How to Get More of It" and its companion for women: "Intimacy: How to Get More of It" joins eHealth Radio and the Relationship Advice Channel.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jodi Ambrose discuss the following:

  • What prompted you to write your relationship books?
  • Are male/female relationship expectations really that different?
  • You talk about three elements to a successful relationship being Flatter, Folic, and Feed.  Can you explain how to incorporate these into a relationship?
  • What has been the single greatest achievement you have received out of writing these guide books?
  • What future projects are you working on?
  • Tell us one way that relationships can keep things fresh and new and not become boring?


Duration: 11:52


Jodi Ambrose is the author of three books and an award-winning blog. Jodi says: “If it's a blissful love life and darn good food that you want, you are in the right place!” Jodi’s cookbook: Darn Good Eats: The Cookbook for Creative Chefs and Reluctant Cooks hit #1 on Kindles Top 100 Cookbooks!

Jodi also entertains the sexes in her first two books Sex: How to Get More of It and Intimacy: How to Get More of It. Each book details 20 things one can do to achieve relationship bliss. With over twenty years of on-camera experience, Jodi has appeared on Chicago’s WGN-TV Midday Fix cooking segment to demonstrate a delicious and easy-to-fix sandwich that both gourmet chefs and everyday cooks will love. She also enjoyed a fun and exciting adventure on Fox 10 News as well as Playboy SiriusXM Radio.


Jodi also writes for men out there to better explain the female brain in her monthly column in The Acquiring Man magazine for the inside scoop on the women in your life.     Jodi has won over 20 blog awards, including Blog of the year, for her sassy, fun and eclectic vibe.


Check out her blog and be sure to follow her on Twitter @JodiAmbrose.



Website: www.jodiambrose.com

The best way for men to implement an everyday grooming routine

The best way for men to implement an everyday grooming routine

December 19, 2014


Dr. Allan Peterkin, a beard scholar, author and Dove Men+Care Face Range expert again joins eHealth Radio and the Skin Care Channel to share tips for men on best ways to implement an everyday routine.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Allan Peterkin discuss the following:

  • With the weather cooling off, what do guys need to keep in mind for their skin?
  • For guys who are just stepping up their grooming game, what’s the best way to implement an everyday routine?
  • What are some of the best ways men can keep winter facial hair looking polished and well-groomed?
  • Shaving is tough on skin already – but especially for people with sensitive skin. What can guys do to minimize irritation such as razor burn and ingrown hairs?
  • Where can guys get more information on products and grooming tips?


Duration: 6:41


Facial hair expert and pognologist (beard scholar), Allan Peterkin, is known for his three bestselling books on facial hair, One Thousand Beards: A Cultural History of Facial Hair, The Bearded Gentleman: The Style Guide To Shaving Face, and One Thousand Mustaches: A Cultural History of The Mo. Dr. Peterkin is an academic and cultural historian who has tracked the history of facial hair on men over time (from pre historic, to Victorian to modern times) and so his books have become the authoritative references for factual information on the history of men's grooming, shaving and facial hair styles and trends.


Peterkin’s thoughts on the meanings of facial hair and men's contemporary styling choices have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, GQ and Esquire, as well as in documentaries from National Geographic and Morgan Spurlock ("Mansome" 2012). He also appeared as a judge at the 2014 World Beard and Mustache Championships held in Portland.



Website: www.dovemencare.com
Facebook: facebook.com/dovemencareus
Twitter: @dovemencare