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Skincare Expert Dr. Howard Murad’s Latest Obsession: Cultural Stress

Skincare Expert Dr. Howard Murad’s Latest Obsession: Cultural Stress

August 15, 2019

 

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Dr. Howard Murad the founder of the innovative skincare company Murad, Inc. and is largely recognized as The Father of Modern Wellness based on his years of expertise as a board-certified dermatologist and pharmacist whose holistic health approach recognizes the mind/body/skin connection in living a healthier, happier life – at any age joins eHealth Radio and the Dermatology & Stress Management Channels.

Dr. Murad’s mission is to teach people how to manage cultural stress through a comprehensive treatment plan he describes in his published books and on his website.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Howard Murad discuss the following:

  1. What is Cultural Stress and when did you first identify it?
  2. Do you think things like our digital devices and cellphones are contributors?
  3. Why do you think that people are so stressed out? Is it worse than ever?
  4. You say that there are three ways to determine if a person is a victim of Cultural Stress? What are they?

Dr. Howard Murad is recognized as The Father of Modern Wellness® based on his years of expertise as a board-certified dermatologist and pharmacist whose holistic health approach recognizes the mind/body/skin connection in living a healthier, happier life – at any age. Dr. Murad’s ability to “connect the dots” linking cellular hydration, nutrition, joyful exercise, creative expression, reducing cultural stress, and efficacious skincare, are unique contributions to Modern Wellness.

A practitioner not just of medicine but of the philosophy of health, Dr. Murad has been studying the effects of the environment, nutrition, and lifestyle on skin and overall wellness since 1972. In 1989 – at the age of 50 – he founded Murad, Inc. and launched the first science-backed, doctor-branded skincare line. Understanding that healthy skin comes from the inside out, Dr. Murad was the first to also introduce “internal skincare” first through supplements and later expanding it to include mental and emotional wellbeing which became the beginning of the Inclusive Health® movement.

Having treated over 50,000 patients and counting, Dr. Murad hopes to inspire people to achieve not just beautiful skin – but greater health and happiness inside and out. Dr. Murad’s inclusive health protocol has been fundamental in reversing the effects of “Cultural Stress,” a condition he named and identified as the constant and pervasive form of stress due to modern day living which has been scientifically shown to have a negative impact on cellular health.

Dr. Murad’s impact on healthy living reaches far beyond his legendary skincare line. Today, much of Dr. Murad’s work involves teaching people how to manage cultural stress through a comprehensive treatment plan he describes in his published books and online at www.drhowardmurad.com.


Website: www.drhowardmurad.com

Social Media Links:
Twitter: @drmurad 
Instagram: @muradskincare 
Facebook: facebook.com/MuradSkincare

Ask a Pro: Top 5 Questions About CBD/Hemp Oil

Ask a Pro: Top 5 Questions About CBD/Hemp Oil

July 31, 2019

 

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Jesse Daly, owner of SoCalHempCo, who makes and distributes SoCalHempCo CBD Products that REALLY WORK joins eHealth Radio and the Health & Pain Management Channels. Jesse blends his talents to help others love themselves and feel better – naturally.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jesse Daly discuss the following:

  1. Who is SoCalHempCo?
  2. What is is CBD/ CBD vs. Full Spectrum Hemp Oil?
  3. What are the benefits? Why would I take it?
  4. Will it make me high? Is it Legal?
  5. What Products or Product Categories do you offer?

Jesse Daly is an entrepreneur, marketer and creative artist. As owner of SoCalHempCo he blends his talents to help others love themselves and feel better – naturally.

 

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Website: www.SoCalHempCo.com

Shoogies, Reducing the Stigma of Cannabis with a Cannabis-infused Sweetener

Shoogies, Reducing the Stigma of Cannabis with a Cannabis-infused Sweetener

June 8, 2019

 

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Latham Woodward is Co-founder and CEO of Sense Distribution the Parent Company of Shoogies, that is on a mission to reduce the stigma of cannabis with a cannabis-infused sweetener joins eHealth Radio and the Cannabis & Health News Channels.

 

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

  1. How is Shoogies changing the stigma of cannabis use?
  2. What is Shoogies infused sweetener different or unique to other products on the market?
  3. Who will benefit from Shoogies?
  4. How do you consumer Shoogies?
  5. What does the product replace in the market?
  6. Where is Shoogies available?

Latham Woodward is Co-founder and CEO of Sense Distribution the Parent Company of Shoogies. Latham has set his sights outside traditional cannabis consumption and founded the company to bring a low dose, tolerable, non-offensive, non-obtrusive, portable cannabis product to the greater public. Latham aims to eliminate the stigma and judgmental attitudes surrounding cannabis use and offer a new level of accessibility to incorporate cannabis into our daily lives.

 

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Latham has over three decades of manufacturing and sales experience, previously serving as chief financial officer of Baker Marble and Granite for nearly 25 years.

Latham has also served in leadership roles for a variety of companies including Calagave, Maric Group Bakewood Properties, Laughing Glass Cocktails, VingGo, and Wine Wise Selections, and was also a long-serving member of the board of directors for the West Oakland Chamber of Commerce. Latham studied English Literature at the University of Oregon.

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Website: www.shoogies.com

Social Media Links:
Instagram: instagram.com/thatshoogiesfeeling 
Twitter: twitter.com/shoogiesb

The Neuro Science of Not Getting Burned Out

The Neuro Science of Not Getting Burned Out

June 7, 2019

 

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Dr. David Rabin, MD, PhD Chief Innovation Officer, Co-Founder, and Co-Inventor of Apollo Neuroscience, Inc. joins eHealth Radio and the Stress Management & Technology Channels. Dr. Rabin is a board-certified psychiatrist, translational neuroscientist, and inventor, and has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for more than 10 years.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. David Rabin discuss the following:

  1. As a doctor in medicine and PhD in neuroscience what is your viewpoint on burnout?
  2. What is the benefit of managing burnout?
  3. Who will benefit from Apollo?
  4. How does the Apollo wearable work?
  5. What does the product replace in the market?
  6. Where is Apollo available?

 

Dr. David Rabin is the Chief Innovation Officer, Co-Founder, and Co-Inventor at Apollo Neuroscience, Inc. In his role, Dr. Rabin is developing Apollo Neuroscience's IP portfolio and running clinical trials of the Apollo technology. Dr. Rabin is a board-certified psychiatrist, translational neuroscientist, and inventor, and has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for more than 10 years. He has specifically focused his research on the clinical translation of non-invasive therapies that improve mood, focus, sleep, and quality of life in treatment-resistant illnesses. Dr. Rabin has four patent applications pending and 40 more being filed. Dr. Rabin received his MD in medicine and PhD in neuroscience from Albany Medical College.

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Website: https://apolloneuro.com

Surgeon turned author on balancing your ART with your JOB

Surgeon turned author on balancing your ART with your JOB

April 27, 2019

 

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Leo Rozmaryn, MD, is a reconstructive hand and microvascular surgeon and author of the Jewish historical fiction novel Lone Soldier, an epic tale of romance, mistaken identity, war and politics all set against the backdrop of the tensions between the U.S. and Israel during the early 1970’s joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Leo Rozmaryn discuss the following:

  1. Tell us about your novel, Lone Soldier. What is it all about?
  2. It says you wove together real-life historical facts with fiction. What was that process like for you?
  3. You worked on your novel for five years - what kept you going that long? What kept you motivated?
  4. But besides being an author, you are also an orthopedic surgeon. Tell us what made you interested in writing?
  5. What advice do you have to others who may be interested in using writing as an escape from a busy, stressful job?

Leo M Rozmaryn, M.D., is the author of the Jewish historical fiction novel Lone Soldier, an epic tale of romance, mistaken identity, war and politics all set against the backdrop of the tensions between the U.S. and Israel during the early 1970’s. Dr. Rozmaryn is also a reconstructive hand and microvascular surgeon by trade. A native of New York City, Dr. Rozmaryn graduated from Queens College in 1977, and later received an MD from Columbia University. Dr. Rozmaryn has a busy private practice in the Washington DC area, and has been selected by Washingtonian Magazine as one of its “Top Doctors” for the past twelve years, and has been cited by the Washington Post and the U.S. News and World Report for professional excellence.

Dr. Rozmaryn grew up in the religious Zionist/Modern Orthodox Jewish community. Besides his medical career, Dr. Rozmaryn has a keen interest in history, especially Middle East history. An avid reader of Jewish and Israeli history and a frequent visitor to Israel after completing high school there, he brings to bear a lifetime of experience and scholarship into the writing of his debut novel.

Dr. Rozmaryn lives with his family in Silver Spring, Maryland.

 

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Website: lonesoldierbook.com

The Illusion of a Stress-Free Life

The Illusion of a Stress-Free Life

March 26, 2019

 

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Gina Van Luven, international speaker, best-selling author and Board-Certified Health Coach, providing healthy habits to balance your mind, body and soul joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Stress Management Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Gina Van Luven discuss the following:

  1. Is living a stress free life possible?
  2. How does stress negatively impact us?
  3. How can stress positively affect us?
  4. What is the #1 thing you can do to effectively manage stress?
  5. Can you give us one more stress-managing tip?

International speaker, best-selling author and Board-Certified Health Coach Gina Van Luven, is an expert in helping people transform their habits. Whether it’s your career, personal life, or health you want to improve, Gina helps people identify gaps and apply practical techniques to maximize mental, physical, and emotional performance.

Having endured sexual abuse as a child, a transient life, and multiple physical challenges, Gina understands how adversity can affect all areas of life. She inspires others to take charge of their lives and adopt healthy habits that balance their mind, body and soul.

Gina has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and is certified as a Health Coach by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). She is the founder of YOUnique Nutrition™ and Healthy Habits Academy™, the creator of several self-help programs, and the author of “I’d Rather Scrub Toilets than Cook – Tips to Getting In and Out of the Kitchen Quickly” and the best-seller “Nutrition for Success – How to Maximize Performance in All Areas of Life.” She has been seen and heard on television and radio stations across the globe and quoted in numerous publications. She served on the Board of Directors for EarthWell, National Association of Women Business Owners, Park City Women in Business and Toastmasters International.

Gina resides temporarily in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and also has a home in Park City, Utah. She is happily married with three adult children and a dog. She loves the outdoors and exploring the world. Most of all, she enjoys inspiring others to be the best they can be.

 

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Website: www.ginavanluven.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: facebook.com/meetginavanluven 
Twitter: @gvanluven


The views, ideas, thoughts and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.

Cariloop and Facebook Join Forces to Provide Support for Working Caregivers

Cariloop and Facebook Join Forces to Provide Support for Working Caregivers

September 6, 2018

 

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Michael Walsh, Co-Founder and CEO of Cariloop, a Dallas-based company providing the world’s first fully-integrated, human-powered Caregiver Support Platform to help relieve the stress and anxiety of working caregivers joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Michael Walsh discuss the following:

  1. Tell us a little bit about Cariloop and what you are doing with Facebook.
  2. Describe some of the challenges facing working caregivers and how these responsibilities impact work performance.
  3. Why is it in the employer’s best interest to offer caregiver benefits and support?
  4. Are these programs only for larger companies or can other sized organizations support working caregivers?
  5. Are there any other larger companies, other than Facebook, that are moving in this direction to help employees who have to care for loved ones?

 

Michael Walsh is the Co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Cariloop, a digital health and well-being company based in Dallas, Texas. Since its founding, Michael has helped Cariloop to successfully raise over $3.7 million in private investment capital which has given enabled them to recruit an incredibly passionate team of professionals and assist thousands of caregivers across the US with their life transitions.

Michael and Cariloop have been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine (Entrepreneur 360), TexChange (One to Watch), Dallas Business Journal (Who’s Who in Healthcare), D Healthcare Daily (Innovation in Medical Technology), Aging 2.0 (Global Startup Search semi-finalist), Tech. co (Startup of the Year semi-finalist) and Becker’s Hospital Review (Healthcare Entrepreneurs to Know). 

Michael has also served as the President of the Dallas Roundtable, founded the Dallas chapter of Health 2.0, and a holds a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certification in Personal Training (CPT). 

He is a 2007 graduate of Purdue University.

About Cariloop

Dallas-based Cariloop provides the world's first fully-integrated, human-powered Caregiver Support Platform to help working caregivers and families plan for and manage the care of their parents, grandparents, spouses, siblings, in-laws, and adult children. The Platform features a HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based application that helps families securely communicate across all devices and store important health, financial, and legal documents while having on-demand access to a dedicated Healthcare Coach who guides the families through the many decisions they make over the length of their caregiving journey.

For more information, visit www.cariloop.com or follow Cariloop on LinkedInTwitter and Facebook.

 

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Websitehttps://www.cariloop.com 

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cariloopinc
Twitter: https://twitter.com/cariloop

Stress of your work that will manifest itself into a problem

Stress of your work that will manifest itself into a problem

August 22, 2018

 

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Matt Wasserlauf, the Co-Founder of Torrential and former CEO and founder of the startup Broadband Enterprises (BBE), the industry’s first online video company joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel to discuss the importance of taking care of yourself when it comes to health.

Wasserlauf is known as a pioneer of the online video advertising industry and is credited as the visionary who enticed television advertisers to invest their marketing dollars online.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Matt Wasserlauf discuss the following:

  1. Tell me about you, your industry, your background
  2. How did the stress of your work manifest itself into a problem?
  3. How did it happen over time? When did you recognize this stress was a problem impacting your life, work & health?
  4. How did you go about making the health changes in your life?
  5. What advise do you have for others in similar positions?

 

Matt Wasserlauf is a pioneer in the digital media industry and credited as the visionary who revolutionized advertising forever by enticing television advertisers to invest their marketing dollars online. Matt’s background is as rich as it is long; Co-Founder of Torrential, CEO of Broadband Enterprises (BBE), VP of Sales at The FeedRoom, Director of Sales for CBS, and on and on it goes. Matt is the current CEO and founder of Torrential, “tomorrow's broadcast television for a mobile-first world.” In 2004, Matt founded BBE, the industry’s first online video company.

As CEO, he led the company’s development in three operating segments: the Vindico technology platform, content production & syndication, and ad sales. Vindico’s innovative technology architecture was the first video ad serving and measurement platform and continues to be the gold standard for advertising agencies and publishers today.  Start-up SOLD, both in Kindle and hard-copy, tells the amazing story how Matt started, built and sold Broadband Enterprises (BBE).

Prior to founding BBE, Matt helped lay the foundation of today’s digital media industry as VP of Sales at The FeedRoom. Before entering (and then revolutionizing) the domain of digital media, Matt worked  as the Director of Sales for CBS.com where he delivered over $10 million in revenue and pioneered sales, selling websites including The Late Show with David Letterman and Survivor. For more information on Matt, or to contact him for Consultation Services, see his LinkedIn Account below.

 

Contact or Follow Matt Wasserlauf:
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-wasserlauf-13360364
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/matt.wasserlauf
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattbbe

Travel of a Lifetime: Pairing Your Health with Bucket List Getaways

Travel of a Lifetime: Pairing Your Health with Bucket List Getaways

August 11, 2018

 

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Liz Galloway founder of Wild Adventure Retreats and Latitude 38 Travel, wellness-adventure brands that invite you on power packed itineraries joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel. Live with experts for a week in sharing a personal quest to accelerate your life, adventure and goals.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Liz Galloway discuss the following:

  1. You pair travel with health, this is a big trend, what makes you unique and what motivated you to offer this to the public?
  2. Tell us about the roadblocks or common reasons people have reservations about getting fit in the outdoors or their personal health goals seem intimidating?
  3. What compelled you to get into this business? What ways has it transformed you?
  4. What should people look for when working with a wellness expert, or joining a fit-cation for results?
    lerate your life, adventure and goals. ............here on eHealth radio's Health News Channel a part of the eHealth Radio Network
  5. How can listeners join the retreats, get involved for themselves, or sponsor someone else to join?
  6. What advice do you have for people wanting to get into the outdoors or new fitness?

 

Liz Galloway is an entrepreneurial wellness expert, outdoor ambassador, guide and adventure/travel writer with an educational background in business, hospitality and aviation. She focuses on unique retreat hosting that offers transformational lifestyle design.

An author and speaker, Liz has appeared in various media outlets including, KUTV, KRCL, ABC4 Culture Jock, Utah Business, HER, and PCTV.  When not in the outdoors you can find her working with clients in brand publicity with Bosscat Productions. She is a self appointed adrenaline junkie whose passion is training clients and travelers from across the globe to tap into their personal power and boundary breakthroughs by getting into the outdoors with a balance in full body wellness.

 

Website: http://wildadventures.life
Instagram: @wildadventure.lizgalloway

How to stop self-sabotaging your life and learn to thrive

How to stop self-sabotaging your life and learn to thrive

June 8, 2018

 

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Clarissa Hughes the CEO and Founder of The Little Breathing Space a mindfulness coaching business based in Sweden joins eHealth Radio and the Personal Development Channel to talk about why self-sabotage occurs and shares some ways you can overcome this and becomes a more confident authentic you.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Clarissa Hughes discuss the following:

  1. What is self sabotage & how does it appear in our lives?
  2. Give us some examples of self destructive behaviours, to help us better understand....
  3. Where do mindfulness and compassionate self-awareness come into play?
  4. How would you advise changing habits and behaviours?
  5. How & why would be possible for us - the listeners?

 

Clarissa Hughes is the CEO and Founder of The Little Breathing Space a mindfulness coaching business based in Göteborg, Sweden. She has a passion for empowering people to remove the stress and overwhelm out of their lives Supporting them to navigate the demands of modern life skilfully. And helping them to develop a higher capacity to feel clear-headed, confident and thriving in a life that reflects their purpose.  

Clarissa has been a senior manager in large corporations in the UK and Asia over 28 years. She suffered a burnout due to stress and found her way back to a calmer, more connected life through mindfulness.

Clarissa is an accredited Breathworks Mindfulness practitioner, iRest Yoga Nidra teacher, has experience and an academic background in human behaviour. She has been a key note speaker at leadership conferences and appeared in articles, podcasts, and radio interviews internationally talking all things mindfulness.

Clarissa believes that mindfulness is more than daily meditation - it is a way of living with compassionate self-awareness so that we can truly thrive.

 

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Website: www.thelittlebreathingspace.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/thelittlebreathingsace.com
Twitter: @the_breathspace

The views, ideas, thoughts and opinions expressed on any program are those of the persons appearing on the program and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the eHealth Radio Network.