Stephanie Marohn compiled interviews with brilliant doctors about their approach and care of society’s forgotten patients.
Each of my radio shows is recorded in my dining room. My guests and I connect to the studiovia skype or phone. My dog Oliver insists on sitting on my lap during each show. Once I sit in the chair with headphones of, he will actually jump and whine until I let him on my lap. He is a “kijiji rescue”. The last owner said he was two years old, but after a visit to the vet, it is now believed he is about eight. Oliver had 23 teeth removed right away due to a serious infection and since then he has grown more hair (seriously, it’s more than two inches long!) and his heart murmur has disappeared. He gained 1 ½ lbs, making him now a full 7lbs! We believe he is a Chihuahua Papillion cross. His hobbies include long walks, playing ball, running around like a crazy dog, chasing the cat and hanging out with his family.
Dr. Marc Grossman believes that our vision has the ability to improve and need not deteriorate.
This show explores those options so our furry friends can live a long healthy life along with their owners.
Acutonics was co-developed by Donna Carey, L.Ac. and has evolved over the past seventeen years through the combined efforts of Donna and Dr. Ellen F. Franklin.
Dr. Risk will be speaking with Diana Reeves to discuss the growing movement to label GMOs and the basic right to chose what is in your food.
Dr. Mikovits has searched for the truth about Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Autism, and other diseases.
Jennifer Buchanan is highly regarded in her field of music therapy and is joining us for this riveting episode on the importance of music in healing.
Based on ancient Daoist Wisdom passed down through Lillian Bridges’s Chinese family lineage, she has mastered the art of Chinese Facial diagnosis.
Dr. Lisa Weleschuk will discuss the spirit and its importance in our health journey.
Learn how to protect yourself and your family as Dr. Risk discusses mold neurotoxins with Jennifer Cannon, who is a survivor of mold toxicity.