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Late Night Health is the premier health radio program. Our goal is to teach listeners how t take charge of their own healthcare. We featuring topics ranging from health insurance issues to the FDA, the latest in spiritual health to the newest supplements. We also cover allopathic health issues including cancer treatment and relationships with doctors.

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Late Night Health is the premier health radio program. Our goal is to teach listeners how t take charge of their own healthcare. We featuring topics ranging from health insurance issues to the FDA, the latest in spiritual health to the newest supplements. We also cover allopathic health issues including cancer treatment and relationships with doctors.

Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/late-night-health-radio--2804369/support.

    Two Chairs - Matching Patients With Therapists

    Two Chairs - Matching Patients With Therapists

    Colleen Marshall, MA, LMFT, is the Chief Clinical Officer at Two Chairs, a modern behavioral healthcare company that is tackling the mental health care access challenge through the lens of high-quality care and exceptional therapeutic alliance. Colleen provides over 20 years executive leadership experience in behavioral healthcare and management to her role at Two Chairs. With a keen focus on behavior change methodologies, particularly Motivational Interviewing, she has applied herexpertise to multiple start-up organizations and has established herself as a thought leader in the field. In addition, Colleen is the author of Motivational Interviewing for Leaders in the Helping Professions: Facilitating Change in Organizations. 

    In this conversation, Colleen discusses how a strong match between clinicians and patients is one of the most important measures of success for therapy. Two Chairs helps to make this happen by blending data, technology, and clinical expertise to ensure patients are well-matched with a clinician.  The result is a patient whose clinician is one who the patient can relate to and feel safe with, set appropriate goals, use the proper treatment methodology and help patients feel better.

    Society’s attitude about mental health care continues to evolve along with the clinicians’ approach to it, but there are still obstacles to accessing it. This includes identifying the right therapist, treatment, and cost. Colleen and the rest of the staff at Two Chairs are excited about their role in breaking down these barriers and building on the growing value placed around quality mental health treatment, including easier access to it.

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    • 25 min
    Own Your Own Wellness

    Own Your Own Wellness

     Why did that new diet work for your best friend, but you gained 5 pounds? Since when did that great workout regimen stop yielding results? How can you know which supplements are worth the hype and which will make you feel worse? And how can you best assess whether the changes you’ve made are truly leading to better health? 

    For more than 20 years, personal trainer and functional health coach Danielle Dayoub Forrest has seen clients struggle with similar questions as they navigate an ever-changing landscape of health claims and advice, eating plans and fitness fads. Too often, when the results they seek prove fleeting or elusive, they lose hope and forward momentum. They become stuck in their wellness journey.

    Own Your Wellness: Giving You the Tools to Break Through Your Health Plateaus by Daniella Dayoub Forrest provides readers with the individualized approach she’s long used with her clients to help them successfully break out of their ruts and take ownership of their wellness journey. Attaining wellness is not a one-size-fits-all process but rather a unique, personalized path that is constantly evolving. In her book, she provides readers with tools, tips and strategies to create unique health and wellness plans that can be adapted and fine-tuned for a lifetime of effective transformation.

    Daniella visits with Mark Alyn on this episode of Late Night Health.

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    • 24 min
    Get Rid of Mold

    Get Rid of Mold

    Spring allergy season symptoms already cause confusion with other illnesses like COVID-19, RSV and the flu. But the root of your family’s coughing, sneezing and headaches may actually be poor indoor air quality. During National Autoimmune Awareness Month in March, the experts at Natural Home Solutions LLC encourage home and business owners to test their indoor air quality.

    “Similar to medical check-ups for our physical bodies, it is equally important to regularly monitor the indoor environment of one’s home and office,” says Laura Champagne, co-founder of Natural Home Solutions LLC, mold remediation specialists serving Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire. “A simple air quality test can reveal issues within your interior spaces and common findings often indicate that the central air systems are circulating containments throughout the home or office just like blood through one’s veins and arteries.” Laura visits with Mark Alyn on this editon of Late Night Health.

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    • 25 min
    Time Change & Headaches

    Time Change & Headaches

    It’s that time of the year again!  We recently set the clocks ahead and besides losing more sleep, many Americans will be gaining more headaches!  Medical studies show that a disruption in sleep patterns caused by time changes, can trigger migraines.  Headache Specialist Dr. Fred Cohen of the Mount Sinai Medical System in New York is with us to offer some tips to clean up your sleep routine and ease time-change headaches.  Dr. Cohen joins Mark Alyn for a look at how time changes can affect your health.

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    • 24 min
    Healthcare Industry Loses $150 Billion Annually from Rarely Mentioned Patient Challenge

    Healthcare Industry Loses $150 Billion Annually from Rarely Mentioned Patient Challenge

    The healthcare industry is grappling with a significant financial burden attributed to an often overlooked challenge: patient no-shows. Surprisingly, statistics reveal that 25% to 30% of all medical appointments, 40% of Medicaid appointments, and 50% of primary care appointments end in no-shows.
    This issue translates to a staggering annual loss of $150 billion for the U.S. healthcare industry.Transportation barriers are a major factor contributing to missed medical appointments. Statistic show that transportation issues are cited as the reason for missing medical appointments 7% of the time, with seniors reporting this as the primary reason an overwhelming 65% of the time. A study published in the NIH National Library of Medicine has linked transportation barriers to a decline in continuity of care, reduced use of regular outpatient care, increased emergency department visits, and higher readmission rates, all of which contribute to elevated costs for individuals and third-party payers.
    Christopher Ochs, Chief Development Officer of Kerico, talks with Mark Alyn

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    • 24 min
    Not Child's Play

    Not Child's Play

    Risa Shaw, PhD, the editor of the second edition of Not Child's Play: An Anthology of Brother-Sister Incest, visits with Mark Alyn. This groundbreaking work focuses on the silent narratives of shame, anger, and pain of the girls who were abused by their brothers and the brave women they have become.
    Through a collection of writings and artworks contributed by female survivors, the book starkly exposes the harrowing trauma of incest perpetrated by brothers. Not Child's Play fearlessly navigates this challenging subject matter with unparalleled courage and sensitivity. Risa offers insights on essential information. avenues for seeking support. and the path forward into healing. Herself a survivor.
    Risa bravely shares her personal journey and recounts her family’s response upon disclosure of her experiences. Additionally, the book is open for review. Despite how often it occurs, sibling incest is rarely talked about in our culture, even in the era of #METOO. Risa sheds light on this issue, striving to empower women to eclaim the lives that have been from them.
    The goal of Not Child's Play is to break the patterns of shame and secrecy that often silence survivors, obscure their stories, and perpetuate the cycle of abuse. In her new preface of the second edition of Not Child's Play, Risa reveals the power of 40 years of truth-telling to address the damage done not only to her, but to every survivor of sibling incest. Risa is an educator, leader, and activist. As a (now retired) Professor of Interpreting and linguistics at Gallaudet University. 

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    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

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25 Ratings

25 Ratings

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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!

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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

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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!

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