Deborah Ray has been bringing quality health information to radio listeners since 1982 when she founded her radio program with her late husband, Donald J. Carrow, MD She became a firm believer in alternative medical techniques when she was told she would lose her colon at the age of 23. She chose an alternative route instead, and embarked on a lifelong exploration of the use of natural products and methods to deal with disease.
Deborah has been consistently named among the top 100 most important talk radio hosts in America by Talkers Magazine, and has been host and speaker for numerous seminars and events since 1994. She is a member on the American Society of Medical Technologists, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, and Florida Society of Clinical Pathologists. She is also: board president of the Praktikos Institute, an independent research institute that publishes information on natural and integrative medicine, books, and a daily web service; and board vice-president of the Alliance for Natural Health-USA and Editor of its weekly newsletter.
Deborah’s academic awards include National Merit Scholar and the Bausch and Lomb Physics Award. She has a BS in Medical Technology from the University of Kentucky, a MS in Immunology from the University of Louisville, and is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Deborah now lives in Clearwater, FL with seven (!!!) long-haired Chihuahuas.