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Alternative Health & Wellness
Award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn encourages people to take charge of their healthcare! Mark is a veteran host and healthcare consumer.

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Alternative Health & Wellness
Award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn encourages people to take charge of their healthcare! Mark is a veteran host and healthcare consumer.

    Respiratory Relief During Allergy Season

    Respiratory Relief During Allergy Season

    Founded in 2000, Xlear, Inc. is recognized as the leading manufacturer of natural, proactive health care products with xylitol. Xlear is committed to providing consumers with the highest quality products while striving to educate medical and dental professionals, as well their patients, about how using xylitol instead of sugar can help people live a much healthier and happy life. Xlear is supported by a team of doctors, hygienists and scientists who advocate the use and benefits of xylitol through continuous clinical research. Xlear, Inc. offers Xlear Nasal Spray, an award-winning, patented saline and xylitol nasal solution; a complete line of oral health products offered under the Spry Dental Defense System; and Lite&Sweet, a xylitol and erythritol sweetener used as a sugar substitute in cooking, baking and general consumption. CEO Nathan Jones visits with Mark Alyn.

    • 20 min
    Final Diagnosis: No Second Chances

    Final Diagnosis: No Second Chances

    Screenwriter
    J. T. Madicus is the writer of the film No Second Chances, which was shot with a professional cast in Poland in August 2019 and is currently being submitted to film festivals across Europe and the United States. Loosely based on his novel of the same name, No Second Chances is a medical drama and psychological thriller. Created with medical professionals as well as the general viewer in mind, the medical science in the book is real. This results in a film that not only entertains but also gives insight to doctors in the field. J.T. talks with Mark Alyn

    • 21 min
    HELPING U.S ORGAN TRANSPLANT PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS NAVIGATE IN THE “NEW NORMAL”

    HELPING U.S ORGAN TRANSPLANT PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS NAVIGATE IN THE “NEW NORMAL”

    Organ transplant patients are being presented with unique challenges during the pandemic that required them to make substantial changes in ways that they receive medical care from their healthcare professionals. These individuals are at higher risk of contracting the virus because the immunosuppressive drugs they take to prevent organ rejection limit their body’s ability to ward off infection. As restrictions start to lift in the coming months and the world seems more like normal, these existing transplant patients would benefit from practical tips that help them remain informed and hyper-vigilant about safety. And as delayed organ transplant surgeries begin to be performed with more regularity at centers around the country, new patients will be seeking out guidance about staying healthy in our “new normal” environment.

    • 19 min
    Dr. Jones - Medical Parenting

    Dr. Jones - Medical Parenting

    As we enter into the new “normal” in our life we need to consider how careful we need to be. If you were like me, I left my mail and packages outside my door for 12 hours, sprayed them with disinfectant and opened them with gloves! The news media was making me crazy with fears of contracting Covid-19 from every surface I came in contact with. As we enter the fifth month of Covid-19’s profound impact on our daily lives let’s look at the data and see how crazy we really need to be. Dr. Jones visits with Mark Alyn and talks about how parents can work the medical system for their children.

    • 22 min
    Hearing Aids And The Covid 19 Mask!

    Hearing Aids And The Covid 19 Mask!

    Beyond the unprecedented threat to public health, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged nearly all aspects of our lives, including one of the most basic – how we communicate.

    No More Lip Reading

    In particular, social distancing and the use of facemasks makes it difficult to hear other speakers – by about 30%, according to studies of people with normal hearing.

    But if you’re one of the 48 million Americans with hearing loss, understanding people, when they’re wearing masks, can be nearly impossible. And it’s not just about muffled voices – masks obscure the ability to read lips and facial cues, while social distancing means you can’t get closer to hear better. Dr. Eric Branda, Director of Applied Audiological Research for Signia USA, offers recommendations on how people who have earing issues cope with the pandemic.

    • 22 min
    The Art of Human Care With Dr. Hassan Tetteh

    The Art of Human Care With Dr. Hassan Tetteh

    Finding ultimate happiness by pursuing your passions is the heart of the conversation between Dr. Hassan Tetteh, author of "The Art of Human Care" and Mark Alyn.

    • 25 min

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