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Integrative health insights, information, and advice from influencers who care.
After immigrating to the United States in his early teens from northern Spain, Dr. Mosquera went on to attend Rutger’s Medical School and the Arizona School of Integrative medicine to better serve his local hispanic community in Newark, NJ as a general practitioner. The building which...
Dr. Joseph Mosquera
Integrative General Practitioner
Servet Hasan is the award-winning author of Life in Transition, An Intuitive Path to New Beginnings, as well as The Intuitive Heart of Romance, Finding Your Own Path to Lasting Love, and Tune Him In, Turn Him On (all published by Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd). A student of the mystic master...
Author, Clairvoyant, and Medium
Dr. Jamie Koufman has lectured widely nationally and internationally and is one of the world’s leading authorities on reflux. For almost three decades, her pioneering research has focused upon acid reflux as it affects the voice and airway (breathing passages). She c...
Dr. Jamie Koufman
One of The World's leading Authorities on Acid Reflux
Robert Clancy is a creative visionary, #1 international bestselling author, spiritual teacher and co-founder of Spiral Design Studio. At age nineteen, Robert had a divine spiritual experience that altered his life in profound ways. In 2012, he created the Robert Clanc...
Best Selling Author
Dr. Greg Celaya is a committed and dedicated health care practitioner of 30+ years who believes wholeheartedly that if given the right tools, the body itself will become a master healer. He is a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) and holds a Master of Science degree (MS) in Human Nutrition. He...
Dr. Greg Celaya
Functional Medicine Expert
Mark Alyn is an award-winning host and producer. His mom always thought he should be a doctor. While he never became a doctor, he has interviewed many of them. And now with Late Night Health, he explores a wide variety of health and medical topics.
Late Night Health Radio, hosted...
Award Winning Radio Host & Producer
Smartphones are stunting people’s social skills face to face, study finds
When someone is constantly spending time checking apps and uploading pictures to Instagram or Facebook on their phone, they may seem like a social butterfly. But according to science, indulging in a seemingly harmless digital social life can result in a whole slew of negative mental effects on people over time. A new study is […]Read More
Allergy Testing: Does Your Child Need It? The Answer May Surprise You
About 5 percent of American children and 4 percent of adults do suffer from a food allergy, but there are a lot more children and adults getting unnecessary allergy testing these days. Specific blood and skin prick tests can help identify food allergies, but the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases does recommend them […]Read More
Study shows some are more likely than others to get unneeded antibiotics
Antibiotic resistance is quickly becoming one of the world’s most pressing health problems, and the misuse and overuse of antibiotics are key factors contributing to the problem. And new research has found certain people have a higher risk for being prescribed antibiotics they don’t actually need. White adults and children, along with people with private insurance and […]Read More
The FDA is Saying The Herbal Drug Kratom Contains Opioids
The popular botanical drug, kratom, is now considered an opioid, according to an announcement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week. Kratom grows naturally in the Southeast Asian countries of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. It has been sold as a dietary supplement with promises of helpingt manage pain and boost energy. Why […]Read More
Vitamin D: How Much is Too Much?
Known as the ‘sunshine’ vitamin because our bodies produce it from sun exposure, Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin vital for bone and brain health. It has also been touted as a potential treatment for ailments from headaches to arthritis. But have you ever wondered, is it possible to get too much vitamin D? Yes, […]Read More
Don’t Pop It! Natural Remedies For Acne That Work, According to a Dermatologist
Acne. Anyone who suffers from it knows that finding a truly effective acne treatment can have life-changing effects. But what if you want to avoid the medications, and get rid of acne with natural remedies instead? SuReceta brings you the expert guidance of Dr. Valerie Gershenhorn, a board-certified dermatologist practicing in Middletown, New York. For […]Read More
Empty Stomach? 12 Foods To Avoid When Your Starving
Its easy to reach for just about anything if your hungry enough, but it’s important to not just go with a quick fix if you want to avoid a tummy ache afterwards. You need to be careful both with what you eat and what you don’t eat on an empty stomach. There are certain foods when your stomach […]Read More
Feeling Hangry? The 8 Best Foods to Eat on an Empty Stomach
When you’re hungry to the point of being hangry (hungry + angry!) it’s important to skip the quick fix treats and opt for a healthier snack that will keep your tummy happy and your temper in check. It’s important to know the best food options when your running on empty. The 8 best food to […]Read More
Sneezing nonstop? Spring is here and so is allergy season
Springtime brings us beautiful, longer days to enjoy nature’s annual rebirth of its blossoms, trees, and plants. However, for allergy sufferers, it can also signal the onset of sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, and persistent congestion. Spring and allergies: What is the link? An estimated 1 out of every 10 Americans (35 million people) suffer […]Read More
Fixated on Food: What to Do When All You Think About is Food
There’s nothing wrong with being a gourmand or social media #foodporn obsessed geek who spends more time and energy thinking about food than the average person. However, if you find yourself constantly thinking about food to the point that it interferes with your life — regarding either the consumption of it, the guilt surrounding past […]Read More
Forgot your wallet? Research Suggests Problems Managing Money an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s
There are many warning signs that indicate early signs of Alzheimer’s, and it’s important that you know what to look for so you can be best equipped to protect yourself and your loved ones from this unforgiving disease. And research is suggesting that at the very early stages, money problems may signal Alzheimer’s, and may […]Read More
Prescription drug abuse: The most commonly addictive drugs
Between 30-50 percent of people who take medications under a medical prescription in the United States don’t do so in the indicated manner and have an addiction to them. Statistics from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) show that 52 million people have used prescription drugs without needing them at least once in their lives. […]Read More
Animals and Health Risks: 20 Diseases You Can Get from Your Pet
When your beloved pup jumps in your bed and lays a slobbery kiss on you, most likely you’re not thinking about where his mouth or paws have been. But while you probably never gave it much thought, it may surprise you to know that there are diseases you can get from pets, also known as […]Read More
Diabetes Symptoms: 55 Things You Might Not Know About Early Diagnosis
Healthcare & Insurance
Diabetes is a national epidemic and it hits the Hispanic population especially hard. According to the CDC, “40% of US adults are expected to develop type 2 diabetes. That number is even higher for Hispanic men and women—more than 50%.” With statistics like that, it’s vital to know how to spot the diabetes early symptoms of […]Read More
Opioid Painkillers: 10 Tips on How to Use Opioids Safely
Addiction to opioids — painkillers such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, and fentanyl — have recently garnered mainstream attention as fatal overdoses to the medications have hit epidemic proportions. According to the New York Times, drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death among Americans under 50, with the majority (more than six out of […]Read More