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Ask The Blood Detective – Stress – What You Don’t Know Could Kill You! – 05.20.17

Join Dr. Michael Wald, DC, Board Certified Nutritionist and he reveals how the stress response can help or cause disease. Dr. Wald, host of Ask The Blood Detective, says, “knowing how the stress response works in the body is the secret of avoiding stress-caused disease. In fact, you can ‘use’ the stress response for healing.”  Dr. Wald will answer questions …

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The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour – 04.05.17

The 300th airing of my PRN radio shows, and it’s a stunner. Jeanne Stolzer PhD and I draw a holistic picture of how human evolution relates to understanding good nutrition, successful early child development, the health of mothers, the sources of physical and emotional disorders in later life, and what all this means for psychotherapy and medical treatment. For me, the conversation is a high-water mark in becoming more holistic in my orientation and my career. This is one of the most important interviews for me in my career, part of a turning point in my orientation toward my work in the world. Some of the ideas may seem startling, but giving them a chance may enhance your life, too.

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Ask Beatty – 11.29.16

Listeners are always curious about Beatty’s background. So today she talks openly about her family, career and her own challenges. She also encourages people when difficulties arise to not despair. But rather, we all need to take a deep breath and acknowledge, address and resolve our problems one by one with or without professional health.

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Sarah Boseley – Most countries get more calories from alcohol than soft drinks – study

People in the UK and many other countries get more of their calories from alcohol than from sugary drinks like cola and lemonade, according to new data which suggests that tackling Britain’s drink problem may be more important for health than cracking down on sugar consumption. Of 24 countries tracked by the data analysts Euromonitor International, all but one have …

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10 Things to Stop Doing if You Want to Live Longer.

There are a number of things you can resolve to do in order to turn back your biological clock and live longer, whether you’re in your 20s or 30s, all the way to your 60s, 70s, and beyond. In fact, research has shown it’s never too late to start healthy habits. But what about the things you might stop doing—in …