Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, www.naturalnurse.com, interviews Dr. Sergey Kalitenko. Dr. Sergey Kalitenko has been helping patients throughout a distinguished career – first as an emergency care physician, then as a head of Hyperbaric Department at highly respected Ukrainian hospitals, and later as a board certified physician in the United States. Dr, Kalintenko finds that conventional medicine often treats people, as a collection of symptoms, without finding the cause of those symptoms. His practice is based on the principles of holistic medicine, functional medicine as well as anti-aging principles. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a keystone of his practice. He also specializes in alternative cancer treatment, lyme disease treatment, and intravenous therapy (or IV therapy).He is firmly committed to finding natural solutions to health problems and his first step is to use his expert diagnostic skills to get to the root of the problem. Dr. Kalitenko’s philosophy is that of wellness, not illness.
“I was not against marriage. I believed in it, in fact. It was necessary to have one best friend in a hostile world…yet what about all those other longings which after a while, marriage did nothing much to appease?” – “FEAR OF FLYING,” Erica Jong. Once again Brad Coates (www.CoatesandFrey.com) joined the program. He is a man who knows much about marriage and divorce, the author of “DIVORCE with DECENCY” – Fourth Edition. This book has some fascinating statistics – including that we’re in a marriage slump. Fewer Americans are married today, largely because fewer young people are tying the knot. And, from Brad’s book: “There has been more than a 30% drop in the marriage rate since 1970…Thirty-six percent of women surveyed said they would not marry their same husbands again, whereas only 12 percent of married men admitted they had picked the wrong wife…Forty percent of all couples are estimated to be simply coexisting in unhappy marriages.” Women in Brad’s office complain about a lack of communication, and men often have a women in the wings (an affair). Yes, there is the sex part. The Canadian researchers who analyzed data from three different studies found that sex played an even bigger role than money in happiness. Tune in to discover the details!
Given its distance from the brain, neuroscience hasn’t had much to do with the heart quietly thumping in your chest. But to get a fuller picture of the mind, you need to start looking below the neck. These matters of the heart are University of Sussex researcher Sarah Garfinkel’s speciality. Her recent work has built a strong case that both …
Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, interviews Dr. Art Capperauld. Dr Art is president of Concepts For Health, Inc., is a health and healing expert, a teacher and lecturer. He began accumulating knowledge with degrees in human biology, Doctor of Chiropractic and Certified Clinician of Whole Food Nutrition (CCWFN) and constantly learns more with 1000’s of hours of post graduate study. He fine tuned his unique processes over 24 years of clinical experience and tens of thousands of people asking for advice to create the kind of support they receive at Concepts For Health. Dr. Art has developed a unique system that enables people to take control of their health. He has patients from coast to coast seeking his unique approach on health and wellness. Contact: http://www.conceptsforhealth.com
Join Dr. Michael Wald, nicknamed the Blood Detective, during his practical and informative exploration of what he has found effective, over the course of his 26+ years in clinical practice, of how you can effectively lose weight permanently! Dr. WALD can be reached at his clinic integrative nutrition of Mount Kisco by calling 914-242-8844 or emailing him at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Extremely provocative and yet absolute true: Psychiatric drug-induced violence and suicide, and the underlying evil that drives pharmaceutical cover-ups! Peter C. Gøtzsche, MD, Danish researcher, joins me for the second of four one-hour examinations of what he calls “Deadly Psychiatry and Organized Denial.” Drawing on the most recent research, this discussion left me nearly shouting in my outrage over what is routinely taking place in psychiatry and the Pharmaceutical Empire, and its rampant abuse of patients. Listen to all four weekly discussions with this brilliant, dedicated, ethical physician, starting December 7, 2016.
Around 50% of us are susceptible to believing we’ve experienced fictitious events, University of Warwick research finds False memory study included over 400 people Raises questions around the authenticity of memories used in forensic investigations, court rooms. Misinformation in the news can create incorrect collective memories, affecting behaviour and attitudes of society. Many people are prone to ‘remembering’ events that …
Fear of confronting the tensions and conflicts brought on by existential concerns—the “big questions” of life—is linked with poorer mental health, including higher levels of depression, anxiety and difficulty regulating emotions, according to a new Case Western Reserve University study. “Religious and spiritual struggles—conflicts with God or religious people, tough questions about faith, morality, and the meaning of life—these are …
Beatty discussed the challenges of finding and maintaining lasting, passionate love with her guest, psychologist and best selling author Dr. Diana Kirschner. Her Dating Tips and Relationship Advice newsletter is available for free weekly at her website www.lovein90days.com. Her new book, Find Your Soulmate Online in 6 Simple Steps is a must read for everyone trying to navigate online dating.
An astonishing hour with classicist Michael Fontaine PhD relating Greek and Roman tragedies to madness, psychosis, the oppression and liberation of women, the impact of Elvis and the Beatles, and the fear that men have of women and of slaves. Truly a rich and thoughtful conversation about psychology and life, now and in the past, and its common themes of conflict and injustice.