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Our Goal at HealthCrush is to inspire whole health wellness through trusted medically reviewed information and expert health advice. We are constantly growing our network of doctors and patients, who through HealthCrush are able to share their real-life experiences and advice on living well. With a patient-centric approach to wellness, Healthcrush is pushing a Much-Needed Paradigm Shift in Healthcare.
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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
How to Save Money When Your Deductible Resets
Healthcare & Insurance
It happens every year – your health insurance deductible resets and you have to start accumulating your purchases again. So, how do you save money when your deductible resets? It’s actually a pretty straightforward answer, so we’re here to help. With around 90 percent of non-chronically ill individuals not hitting their annual deductible, it may seem impossible […]Read More
How to find the lowest prescription price with or without insurance
Healthcare & Insurance
It’s a question we find we’re all asking a lot lately – how much does a prescription cost? The answer? It varies. Prescription drug costs vary widely, mainly because there are so many brands and generics out there. That’s not the only reason though. We’ll cover other reasons for why drug prices vary, but we’ll […]Read More
FDA Warns Public to Stop Taking Limbrel
Healthcare & Insurance
The FDA has issued a public health alert for the osteoarthritis capsule Limbrel, due to a rise in reports of serious adverse events. Adverse events being reported include drug-induced liver injury and a lung condition called hypersensitivity pneumonitis. What to do if you are taking Limbrel It is recommended, by the FDA, that consumers stop […]Read More
A List of Anxiety Medications and Tips to Save Money
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental concern in the United States. It is estimated that around 40 million adults in the United States have an anxiety disorder, and that anxiety medications can be helpful in treatment. What is Anxiety? According to Anxiety.org, anxiety disorders share the general feature of excessive anxiety and/or anxiety, and […]Read More
A Tamiflu Coupon Lowers Flu Treatment Costs
In 2016, the FDA approved a Tamiflu generic, which is used to treat influenza A and B. The generic version of Tamiflu is called Oseltamivir Phosphate. This blog post will cover ways to save on the medication and how to get a Tamiflu coupon. What is Tamiflu? Tamiflu is used to treat patients who have […]Read More
Generic Viagra Will Be Available Soon
The wait has been some time in the making, but generic Viagra will be here sooner than later, though prices may be higher than what people would expect. When will generic Viagra be available? Generic Viagra, or sildenafil, could roll out as soon as December 11, 2017. Teva, a drug maker who specializes in generic […]Read More
How Much Do Antibiotics Cost Without Insurance?
Healthcare & Insurance
How much do antibiotics cost without insurance? Antibiotics generally treat acute conditions, meaning they aren’t prescribed to you for chronic conditions, meaning you’re probably going to want to find the lowest price for them. Acute conditions, like an infection or cold, can be a pain to pay for. They likely won’t help you hit your […]Read More
Ever wonder why pill bottles are orange? Here’s your answer.
It’s something you don’t really think of, until someone asks the question. Why are pill bottles orange? Pill bottles are translucent orange to mimic amber-colored bottles that used to be used years ago. The orange coloring helps keep UV light from damaging the medications that are kept inside the bottle. Medications can be photosensitive, meaning […]Read More
5 quick tips for cleaning out that medicine cabinet
Whether you’re excited or dreading the impending tradition of spring cleaning this year, don’t make the mistake of overlooking your medicine cabinet. A neglected medication cabinet isn’t just clutter, it can be a serious health hazard. Follow our tips and have a clean and safe medicine cabinet in no time. Use a Pill Identifier As […]Read More
Which are the best and safest pain relief options?
The following information is provided by our partner, LowestMed Finding safe options for pain relief is a big priority for many people. The National Center for Health Statistics said that approximately 1 in 4 people suffer from pain that lasts longer than 24 hours. Consumer Reports recently conducted a survey of 3,562 people, with back pain, who tried […]Read More
Top 100 Drugs Filled
The following information is provided by our partner, LowestMed Insurance vs. Rx Coupons Prescription drug prices not only vary by which pharmacy you shop at, but they also differ by which insurance or discount service is used. This means drugs filled using insurance and those filled with Rx coupons can be vastly different. We thought […]Read More
A Doctor’s Take On Mental Illness, Gun Violence, and Hispanics
Following the tragic and deadly shooting that recently took place inside Ft. Lauderdale InternationalAirport, it became clear that the gunman, Esteban Santiago, was struggling with mental illness. Early reports disclosed he was able to carry a gun even after voluntarily seeking mental help in Alaska. Clearly, public safety needs better laws governing gun ownership with […]Read More
How to Prevent Prediabetes From Becoming Type 2 Diabetes
Getting diagnosed with prediabetes can be scary. After all, prediabetes is an indication that you could develop type 2 diabetes, increasing your risk of heart disease or a stroke if you don’t make some serious lifestyle changes. But If your doctor or healthcare practitioner tells you that you have prediabetes, you should actually consider yourself […]Read More
Women’s Health: The Medical Screenings & Tests Every Woman Should Have
In honor of Women’s National Health and Fitness day, I’ve put together a list of all the health screenings women should have through the decades. After all, exercise isn’t the only preventive medicine to keep women healthy and happy. Routine health screenings are important too. They make a woman’s ability to keep tabs on health a […]Read More
First Aid: Treating Minor Cuts and Scrapes at Home
Minor cuts and scrapes from everyday injuries can usually be treated at home and don’t require a costly trip to the ER. But with antibiotic-resistant infections on the rise, minor cuts could turn fatal. In fact, antibacterial ointments may be one of the factors behind the spread of an especially lethal strain of MRSA (methicillin-resistant […]Read More