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O-Shot: Energizing The Female Sexual Organ/Repairing Families

O-Shot: Energizing The Female Sexual Organ/Repairing Families

March 8, 2016


Dr. Elmore Alexander, Founder and CEO of SmartPlex Atlanta that specializes in hair regrowth and restoration, skin rejuvenation and sexual restoration joins eHealth Radio and the Female Health & Sexual Health Channels.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Elmore Alexander discuss the following:

  • Tell us why you feel this is an important topic.
  • What is the O-Shot?
  • Tell me more about PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and why this is so special.
  • Why is the O-Shot so effective?
  • I undertstand that the O-Shot may correct other problems as well.
  •  Is female sexual dysfunction a big problem?


Duration: 17:03


Dr. Elmore Alexander is a Board Certified Osteopathic Physician with an extensive background in holistic medicine, Sports Medicine, and Rejuvenation Aesthetics. He possesses expertise in rejuvenation and healing of the human body using traditional and alternative approaches in which he has extensive training and multiple certifications.  In addition, he is an expert in the highly specialized procedure and administration of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).


Dr. Alexander has performed graduate level, biochemical research and is a formulator of topical health related products. Having extensive business background, Dr. Alexander served the boards and financial committees of Georgia Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO Insurance Company and Northlake Regional Medical Center. His organizational and leadership skills are refined having been the lead physician at the Goodwill Games, World University Games, and one of an 8 member team that developed and coordinated the events of the International Drug Testing Program for the 1996 Olympic Games.


Dr. Alexander has also has served as the COO of the Primary Care Division of Coastal Carolina Neuropsychiatric Center in Jacksonville, NC. Dr. Alexander has found his passion actively practicing aesthetics, tissue rejuvenation, sexual restoration and anti-aging.



Website: www.smartplexatl.com

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

Beforeplay.org, a Colorado Sexual Health and Pregnancy Prevention Campaign

Beforeplay.org, a Colorado Sexual Health and Pregnancy Prevention Campaign

February 6, 2015


Greta Klingler, the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment again joins eHealth Radio and the Sexual Health Channel to discuss the latest on the Beforeplay.org campaign.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Greta Klingler discuss the following:

  • Can you give us a brief overview of the Beforeplay.org Campaign and how it's started?
  • What makes this campaign different than other sexual health-related efforts?
  • Is the campaign working to improve unintended pregnancy rates?
  • How has the reception been regarding the campaign as it is progressive?
  • How can our listeners get more information/and or materials?


Duration: 10:07


Greta Klingler, MPH, CHES is the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She has spent the past six years working to increase access to family planning services in Colorado, specifically focusing on increasing use of the most effective contraceptive methods. One component of this work has been the Beforeplay.org campaign, which aims to normalize the conversation around reproductive health for young adults in Colorado.  Greta also serves on the board of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association.



Website: www.beforeplay.org

How do we minimize the same old/same old couple issues with Natalie Robinson Garfield

How do we minimize the same old/same old couple issues with Natalie Robinson Garfield

December 15, 2014


Natalie Robinson Garfield a psychotherapist in private practice for over 30 years working with individuals, couples, and parent counseling in New York City and the author of The Sense Connection, How Your Five Senses Determine Your Effectiveness as a Person, Partner, and Parent again joins eHealth Radio and the Dating and Relationship Advice Channels. She works with with individuals, couples, families and institutions as a consultant.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Natalie Robinson Garfield discuss the following:

  • As married couples hit a dry spell in their physical relationship, how can a married couple put the sexy back in sex.
  • How do we minimize the “same old/same old” couples isuues.
  • Looking at dating and first time dates how do those going out on a date with someone for the 1st time maximize their potential on first dates.
  • If you would touch on creating harmony out of discord.
  • What is lovingness?


Duration: 16:56


Natalie Robinson Garfield has been a practicing psychotherapist in Manhattan and Long Island for over thirty years, specializing in parent-child education. Holding a degree in Infant and Toddler Development and Administration, Garfield has had an extensive career working in individual, couple, family and group therapy. THE SENSE CONNECTION, based on the theory of sense channel hierarchy, draws on her experience working with private patients and conducting large conferences, discussion groups and workshops. Garfield has primarily focused on psychological and developmental work, but she also has a background in program design, staff training and administration.



Garfield was part of the New Age movement in the 1970s, working with The Association for Humanistic Psychology, which sought to move toward a more aware and humane global society. She also designed and directed various programs within the Children’s Aid Society, which provided education for families about subjects ranging from childbirth preparation through parenting. Garfield has also served on the United Nations Commission for the International Year of the Child, bringing awareness to problems such as malnutrition and lack of educational access, affecting children around the world.



She has had over forty years experience as a consultant, supervising and training staff for various institutions, including AT&T, American Express, The Gesell Institute for Child Development, The Montefiore Medical Residency Program, The Gestalt Learning Center, and the Kings County District Attorney’s office.


Garfield is a founding member of the Association for Parent Education and is a featured expert on various television documentaries and radio shows, such as WYNY, CBS Documentary, CBS Evening News, Current Affair Extra, and ABC Eyewitness News. She is also frequently interviewed by news media such as New York Magazine, Self, Working Woman, Cosmopolitan and Parents Magazine. She lives and works in New York City.



Website: thesenseconnection.wordpress.com

Boost your immune system with Twist 25 DHEA Cream

Boost your immune system with Twist 25 DHEA Cream

March 15, 2014

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Hugh Woodward, President of Health2Go, Inc. makers of the highest quality DHEA supplement made, called Twist 25 DHEA cream, as well as other leading edge science based anti-aging supplements joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel to give you further insight on DHEA.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Hugh Woodward discuss the following:

  • So your company, Health2Go, makes Twist 25 DHEA cream. What is DHEA, what does it do?
  • Please explain to our listeners why if they're 35 or older using Twist 25 cream makes sense, and how using Twist 25 DHEA cream can improve various aspects of their health? Like how do they feel and look every day?
  • Why should DHEA be used as a bioidentical DHEA cream called Twist 25 to work best?
  • So you how should people use Twist 25 DHEA cream? What do people get from using it?
  • New medical research about DHEA has been coming out showing it does a host of great things for our health, how we feel and look; is it safe?

Duration: 8:24


Hugh R. Woodward, President of Health2Go, Inc the makers of Twist 25 DHEA Cream, the top quality bioidentical DHEA supplement cream absorbed and processed in the skin.


Hugh has a Masters of Science in Healthcare Services Administration (MHA) from Trinity University and a Business Management (BBA) from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2007 Mr. Woodward founded Health2Go, Inc. to research and develop leading edge anti-aging and wellness products and bring them to people conveniently and cost effectively.


Hugh Woodward teaches people all over the U.S. about DHEA what it does and how to use it. Prior to that he was Administrator of Surgical Services for the South Texas Veterans Health Care System , then was the Administrative Director of Surgery and Anesthesiology at Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center in Houston, Texas and also the Administrator of the Travis Center outpatient surgery center before starting Health2Go, Inc in 2007.


Please go our website online at www.twist25.com and or go to DHEAfacts.com to check things out.


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Web Site: www.twist25.com

Facebook: facebook.com/Twist25DHEACream

Toll Free: 1-888-489-4782


Pregnancy, just talk about it by the BeforePlay.org Campaign

Pregnancy, just talk about it by the BeforePlay.org Campaign

March 5, 2014

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Greta Klingler, the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment which is behind the Beforeplay.org campaign, which aims to normalize the conversation around reproductive health for young adults in Colorado joins eHealth Radio and the Sexual Health Channel.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Greta Klingler discuss the following:

  • What is your role and position within Colorado Department of Health and Environment and how long have you been there?
  • Can you tell me about the Beforeplay.org campaign and how the idea started?
  • What makes Beforeplay.org such an important campaign and what can our listeners do to get involved?
  • What is the unintended pregnancy rate in both the United States and Colorado?
  • How many people been positively affected by the Beforeplay campaign?

Duration: 8:20


About the Campaign:

Beforeplay.org is the hub for a Colorado statewide effort to reduce unintended pregnancy and help “normalize” conversation around sexual health and well being. About 50% of Colorado pregnancies are unintended, and the rate is even higher among young adults in their twenties. Poor knowledge about effective contraception or how to use it, jobs without health insurance, and ambivalence toward starting a family—If it happens, it happens—all contribute to this situation.


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Greta Klingler, MPH, CHES is the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She has spent the past five years working to increase access to family planning services in Colorado, specifically focusing on increasing use of the most effective contraceptive methods. One component of this work has been the Beforeplay.org campaign, which aims to normalize the conversation around reproductive health for young adults in Colorado. Greta also serves on the board of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association.


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Links: beforeplay.org


Finding love at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA

Finding love at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA

February 23, 2014


Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua, Medical Director at Jewish Home Community Clinical Services in Los Angeles, CA joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care Channel. Dr. Amezcua has more than 15 years experience as a physician, educator and leader in caring for seniors.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua discuss the following:

  • First tell us a little about Los Angeles Jewish Home and your role there.
  • Today is Sweetheart’s Day at the Jewish Home. I suspect there are some residents who found each other there. Despite the fact many think those over 70 or 80 are too old to fall in love and marry, you have probably seen enough happy seniors who met to dispute that.
  • Do seniors tend to shy away from new romances because of a spouse’s death or divorce?
  • Is it true that single people tend to die earlier than those who are married or have a significant other?
  • Is sex over 70 or 80 safe?
  • Tell us some advice for children who have a single parent who may be 80 or 90 years old and has found love at a retirement home or residence such as yours.
  • Do you think older people are better at finding love than the young?

Duration: 10:43


Dr. Rafael Gonzalez-Amezcua is a Board Certified Internist who is currently the Medical Director for Community Clinical Services for the Los Angles Jewish Home. Among other duties Dr. Amezcua oversees the medical services at the Brandman Centers for Senior Care, a new Program of All-Inclusive  Care for the Elderly(PACE) at the Jewish Home, Skirball Hospice, Palliative Care, Care Transitions, Home Health Agency and assists in the management of the Medical Group and its geriatric  community clinic. Additionally, Dr. Amezcua has a panel of patients for which he is the primary care provider.


Dr. Amezcua attended the University of California at Davis for his undergraduate education and the Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine  in Chicago, Ill. for his medical degree. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco CA. Post graduate training includes a fellowship on Health Policy and Leadership at the NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service and a Policy Fellowship at the Central Valley Health Policy Institute at Cal State Fresno.


Dr Amezcua has spent his professional career focusing on care for the poor frail elderly. He first worked at On Lok Senior Health in San Francisco, CA where he helped open and supervised the first PACE clinic in a predominantly Latino community.  While there he joined the Clinical Faculty at UCSF and developed an out patient geriatric rotation for the Internal Medicine program at the San Francisco General Hospital. In 2007 Dr. Amezcua relocated to Fresno CA where he opened and directed a geriatric focused clinic in a poor area through Sequoia Community Clinics, a local FQHC. He soon after was recruited to UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program and became the Medical Director for the General Internal Medicine Clinics. Due to family health issues Dr Amezcua accepted an offer to relocate to the Los Angeles area as Regional Director for Senior Services for AltaMed Health Services Corporation. He later accepted an offer as Interim CEO and CMO for Bienvenidos Community Health Center, a small non for profit clinic in East Los Angeles, where he guided the clinic toward  attaining FQHC status and worked there until joining the Los Angeles Jewish Home.


Dr. Amezcua has been extensively involved in community educational and volunteer activities. While in San Francisco he was a founding member of the Alzheimer’s Association Medical-Scientific Advisory Committee and served as the Chair of the Multi-Cultural committee as well as serving on the Board of Directors. He was a member of the San Francisco Network of Adult Day Centers quality of care initiative and spoke extensively to multiple community and professional groups. Dr. Amezcua was also a Medical Commentator for Univision’s Channel 14 ,KTVU where he had a weekly live TV medical segment for several years.


Dr. Amezcua also has served at the national level, as an advisor to the Director of the NIH as co chair of the Council of Public Representatives, as National Policy Committee of the National Hispanic Medical Association and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, State Solutions grant reviewer.


Dr. Amezcua is married to a pediatrician and have three children. He currently resides in South Pasadena CA.



Web Site: www.jha.org
Facebook: facebook.com/LosAngelesJewishHome
Twitter: @LAJewishHome


Twist 25 cream can improve aspects of your health

Twist 25 cream can improve aspects of your health

January 18, 2014


Hugh Woodward, President of Health2Go, Inc. makers of the highest quality DHEA supplement made, called Twist 25 DHEA cream, as well as other leading edge science based anti-aging supplements. Health News Channel.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Hugh Woodward discuss the following:

  • What is DHEA, what does it do, and why does it have to be used as a bioidentical DHEA cream called Twist 25?
  • Please explain to our listeners why if they're 35 or older using Twist 25 cream can improve aspects of their health?  
  • Most DHEA supplements on the market are in a pill form. How does Twist 25 DHEA Cream differ from many other DHEA products in the market today?

Duration: 8:29


Hugh R. Woodward, President of Health2Go, Inc the makers of Twist 25 DHEA Cream, the top quality bioidentical DHEA supplement cream absorbed and processed in the skin.


Hugh has a Masters of Science in Healthcare Services Administration (MHA) from Trinity University and a Business Management (BBA) from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2007 Mr. Woodward founded Health2Go, Inc. to research and develop leading edge anti-aging and wellness products and bring them to people conveniently and cost effectively.


Hugh Woodward teaches people all over the U.S. about DHEA what it does and how to use it. Prior to that he was Administrator of Surgical Services for the South Texas Veterans Health Care System , then was the Administrative Director of Surgery and Anesthesiology at Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center in Houston, Texas and also the Administrator of the Travis Center outpatient surgery center before starting Health2Go, Inc in 2007.


Links: www.twist25.com

Beforeplay.org campaign, aiming to normalize the conversation around reproductive health

Beforeplay.org campaign, aiming to normalize the conversation around reproductive health

August 23, 2013


Greta Klingler, the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment joins eHealth Radio and the Sexual Health Channel.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Greta Klingler discuss the following:

  • Can you tell us a little background about the Beforeplay Campaign?
  • What makes Beforeplay unique to other sexual health-related campaigns?
  • What is Colorado's unintended pregnancy rate among young adults and how does it compare to the rest of the U.S?
  • Why do you think this campaign is so important for society as a whole?
  • Where can our audience and listeners go to find out more information about the campaign?

Duration: 7:56

About the Campaign:

Beforeplay.org is the hub for a Colorado statewide effort to reduce unintended pregnancy and help “normalize” conversation around sexual health and well being. About 50% of Colorado pregnancies are unintended, and the rate is even higher among young adults in their twenties. Poor knowledge about effective contraception or how to use it, jobs without health insurance, and ambivalence toward starting a family—If it happens, it happens—all contribute to this situation.



Greta Klingler, MPH, CHES
is the Director of the Colorado Family Planning Initiative at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She has spent the past five years working to increase access to family planning services in Colorado, specifically focusing on increasing use of the most effective contraceptive methods. One component of this work has been the Beforeplay.org campaign, which aims to normalize the conversation around reproductive health for young adults in Colorado. Greta also serves on the board of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association.



Links: beforeplay.org