Some people experience a serious mood change during the winter months referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorcer (SAD). In this podcast, Dr. Nina Walsh discusses the physiological basis of SAD, its symptoms and the variety of factors for treatment that must be considered to help restore the neurotransmitter and hormonal imbalances that bring about SAD..
For many, healthcare is a complicated, frustrating and expensive maze. Time with physicians is carefully metered out, and often the road to a conclusive diagnosis and a successful treatment seems unnecessarily lengthy and costly. In his new book, The Patient Will See You Now, Eric Topol, a distinguished cardiologist, presents a new vision of healthcare that is both more effective and more democratized.
Flibanserin, sometimes referred to in the popular press as “female Viagra,” is a drug that is being touted as a non-hormonal treatment for pre-menopausal women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). In this podcast, Dr. Laurie Steelsmith discusses the complexities of female libido, the physiologic mechanism and risks associated with Flibanserin, as well as natural alternatives.
Acupuncture may be defined as the insertion of needles into specific points on the body to produce a healing response. Each acupuncture point has specific actions when stimulated. In historical Asian culture, people known as “horse priests” commonly used acupuncture. Acupuncture remained a major interest in veterinary medicine for centuries. Its use for dogs was first described in the Tang Dynasty. In the 20th century, veterinary physicians in the United States practiced acupuncture as early as the 1970s and the demand for veterinary acupuncture has steadily increased since the 1990s.
Whether you already enjoy a healthy sex life and would like to dramatically enhance it, or you need solutions to specific sexual health challenges, Dr. Laurie Steelsmith’s Great Sex, Naturally is the book you’ve been waiting for. Listen to our interview with her to discover how you can combine modern medicine, ancient secrets, and completely natural methods to dynamically recharge both your sexuality and your total health.
When Brenden Cochran entered middle school at the age of twelve he had a devastating setback, losing his father to melanoma skin cancer. Struck with sadness he searched his soul to find his inner healer. As he grew older he felt a true calling to help people. Today, he specializes in pain, integrative oncology, chronic disease management and intravenous therapies.