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MEAL PLANNING MADE EASY IN THE NEW YEAR:
Just in time for the New Year and weekends filled with big games a new collection of winning recipes created with “fresh-picks” is available for all your entertaining needs. From protein-packed egg bites to an easy yet impressive pizza salad these menu items voted on by consumers will have your guests raving and coming back for seconds.
Food influencer, cookbook author and Founder of the BakerMama blog Maegan Brown visits with Mark Alyn to share inspiring recipes for quick and easy meals, plus a great plan for your big game gatherings for the playoffs and Super Bowl. Maegan has teamed up with the Albertsons Companies to show you how to use exclusive, fan-favorite “Fresh Picks” products to assemble meals that your whole family will enjoy.
Making Pain Go Away
Muscle pain is a major medical problem for 60-85% of the population who report experiencing nonspecific back pain of muscular origin at some time in their lifetime. Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, an internationally renowned pain specialist, well-versed in multiple issues confronting people experiencing acute and chronic pain has certainly been in high demand since the coronavirus has made its rounds. But viral infections are only one reason you could be experiencing muscle aches and pain. Other common causes include overexertion and trauma to the body. However, it's the lesser-known causes of muscle pain that people may be unaware of and could confuse with symptoms of a virus. Dr. Joseph Pergolizzi joins Mark Alyn for a discussion on how to stop pain.
Gear For Granny & Gramps -
Alzheimer’s Disease is the focus of the dialogue ¬¬¬¬Late Night Health’s Mark Alyn has with Bruce Barnet, CEO of SiMPL Technology. SiMPL solves problems for seniors… and those who care for them. That’s SiMPL Technology and its initial line of five senior and caregiver products. Bruce Barnet visits with Mark Alyn.
Transgender Troops - Serving With Honor & Integrity
Based on data from the Williams Institute at UCLA, roughly 15,500 transgender persons serve in the US military and 134,300 military veterans identify as transgender—though the actual numbers are certainly much higher. Should transgender service members celebrate the future of a more inclusive military—or prepare for a next administration to turn back the clock again?
In With Honor and Integrity: Transgender Troops in Their Own Words, Lt. Col. Bree Fram, who is serving openly as a transgender woman in the US Space Force, and her co-author, Máel Embser-Herbert, sociology professor and US Army veteran, explore the practical, social, financial, and medical concerns of transgender troops through the voices of transgender military personnel, past and present. They share honest, heartfelt, and often heart-wrenching accounts from 26 individuals who know what it is like to serve in the US military as a trans person. Lt. Col. Bree Fram talks with Mark Alyn on this edition of Late Night Health.
How Old Are You Really?
While it is customary to measure age chronologically, by birthday, science is proving that it is our biological age that matters most to determine the length of healthspan or amount of time a person will maintain good health. Francis Palmer, MD, a world-renowned, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and author of “What’s Your Number?” has spent more than three decades of his career helping people look younger by altering outside appearances under the knife, but has now dramatically shifted his career focus to helping people learn ways to turn back the clock from the inside out, and the best part is, no surgery is required. Dr. Palmer visits on this edition of Late Night Health.
A Look At NeedyMeds
NeedyMeds was started in 1997 by Richard J. Sagall, MD, a family physician, and Libby Overly, MSW, MEd, a medical social worker. Both realized there was a need for a centralized resource for information on pharmaceutical patient assistance programs. With the Internet becoming an important source of information, they decided that was the perfect medium for this ever-changing information.
Since then NeedyMeds has grown considerably. The website has become the premier source of information on all types of programs that assists those who can't afford their medications or health care costs.
In order to better meet its goals, NeedyMeds became a 501(c)3 non-profit (Pennsylvania) corporation in June, 2003. In 2006, the business office moved from Philadelphia, PA, to Gloucester, MA becoming a Massachusetts corporation in 2011.
Since its inception, NeedyMeds' goals have been to:
Provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on Patient Assistance Programs (PAPSs) and other programs that help those in need obtain their medications and medical care
To provide the information at no cost
Preserve users anonymity by not requiring any registration to use the website or any data input when accessing the information
Assist those who have difficulty accessing the NeedyMeds' information
Educate healthcare professionals and consumers about the programs
The primary method of providing information is the NeedyMeds website (www.needymeds.org). The homepage currently receives over 16,000 unique visitors per workday, with the number peaking at over 17,000 some days. Most weekdays there are over 70,000 total page views. Dr. Segall returns to Late Night Health.
Pertinent Alternative Health
Mark Alyn is such a personable host to his quests. He is an interesting character full of pizzaz, stepping up to ask the tough questions and engage in meaningful conversation. He speaks candidly and openly. The show is a valuable resource for finding pertinent “alternative” health related topics!
Brilliant Medicine for the heart, body and soul
The subjects this show discusses are keys to optimal health. I am deeply grateful for the wisdom that is shared. I thoroughly enjoyed the brief episode about Never Giving Up that summarized all that needs to be remembered such as: " Time is the biggest healer, tomorrow is a new day, trust, the light will come, keep moving forward, need to put fortitude into it and be persistent. " Thank you for shining the light on the Truth--anything is possible, it might come with sacrifices, but trust and be persistent. InterviewvaletCF
Great show, Great information, Great host!
Mark Alyn’s show Late Night Health is full of valuable information. He is a great host and always has such interesting guests. This show is a must listen!