Lara Pizzorno, MA, LMT
Posted March 6, 2013
Talented medical journalist, author, and managing editor of Longevity Medicine Review, Lara Pizzorno, joins us here here to talk about a topic dear to heart. She has recently updated the book she authored, Your Bones, to let us know her own educational experience to address the challenge of her challenge of less than strong bones and the science to back up the fact you can have strong bones for life-naturally. Lara shares with us that strong bones are more than just calcium and your lifestyle choices can help keep bones strong even though a family history may predispose otherwise.Read More
Traci Leonhardt, D.O.
Posted November 14, 2012
Deborah Ray talks with Dr. Traci Leonhardt D.O. of Peaks of Health Metobolic Medical Center about Obamacare, nutrition, vitamins and your health.Read More
Karen Boyd, LAc
Posted October 3, 2012
Karen Boyd, LAc, lives in the Pacific Northwest and has practiced acupuncture since 1989. She is an avid student of alternative health modalities and has controlled type II diabetes with diet and exercise for the last 10 years.Read More
Maxine Fidler, ND, LAc
Posted May 31, 2012
Maxine Fidler, ND, LAc, MSAOM is a licensed Naturopathic physician and NCCAOM certified acupuncturist in Middlebury, Vermont. She believes that true health is about living well, and her passion is to help people achieve optimal health through integrating the best of conventional and alternative medicine. She joins Deborah Ray to talk about her latest e book “Blueprints for a Healthy Heart”.Read More
Sara S. Dehart, MSN, PhD
Posted May 30, 2012
Dr. Sara DeHart is Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota and formerly was a Visiting Scholar in Nursing, University of Washington. She has over 20 years’ experience in research and education, specializing in global and national Public Health problems. Since her retirement from academia she has focused her writing on specific issues that impact health care delivery and public health policy. She joins Deborah Ray to talk about her latest e book, Protecting Yourself and Your Family from Colds and the Flu.Read More
Andrew Weil, M.D.
Posted May 9, 2012
Andrew Weil, M.D., is a world-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, a healing oriented approach to health care which encompasses body, mind, and spirit joins Deborah Ray to speak about his newest book and recent news in the health field.Read More
Randy Christensen M.D.
Posted May 5, 2011
Dr. Randy Christensen, the medical director of Crews’n Healthmobile, a free mobile medical clinic to treat homeless children in the Phoenix area. His book Ask Me Why I Hurt relates the poignant stories of homeless children who suffer from a litany of health challenges often without any family support. His passion to help these children set the stage for a foundation, Ask Me Why I Hurt Fund, to make a difference in their lives medically as well as their living conditions. Ask Me Why I Hurt is an engrossing story that will touch your heart and educate you, yes, it can and is happening in the land of plenty.Read More
Lara Pizzorno, MA, LMT
Posted May 2, 2011
Talented medical journalist, author, and managing editor of Longevity Medicine Review, Lara Pizzorno, joins us here at Natural Health Science News about a topic dear to Lara’s heart. She has recently authored the book Your Bones to let us know her own educational experience to address the challenge of her challenge of less than strong bones and the science to back up the fact you can have strong bones for life-naturally. Lara shares with us that strong bones are more than just calcium and your lifestyle choices can help keep bones strong even though a family history may predispose otherwise.Read More
Charles Simone, M.D.
Posted March 7, 2011
Renowned medical and radiation oncologist Charles Simone, MD who has pioneered the concept of 10 lifestyle choices including nutrition to optimize any treatment approach to cancer joins us. Dr. Simone elaborates on the recent revelation that “the way we have always done it” regarding surgery and treatment of cancer was not backed by solid science. Dr. Simone shares with us his landmark work that included finding in the medical literature research that using nutrition and antioxidants along with chemo and radiation helped the kill but as importantly aided the patient’s quality of life.Read More
Stephen Hoption Cann
Posted February 8, 2011
Stephen A. Hoption Cann, Ph.D, Chief Scientific Officer of MBVax, is a clinical assistant professor in the School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia. His research interests include the epidemiology of cancer, the phenomenon of spontaneous regression of cancer and other diseases, fever therapy and the work of Dr. William Coley. Dr. Cann joins Natural Health Science News to discuss his scientific interest in the work of Dr. Coley and how he joined forces with Mr. MacAdam to reproduce Dr. Coley’s CMT vaccine, develop a clinical protocol, and assist in the ongoing research effort and its use in clinical settings. Dr. Cann published in an issue of Postgraduate Medical Journal his work into Coley’s fluid and its clinical significance http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14707241.Read More
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