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Live in Health

  • Live & Upcoming Episodes (21)

    in Health

    Please join us on Friday, September 24, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. PST for a live  interview with host Denise Messenger. Her special guest is Lee Tomlinson. Lee’s powerful crusade is documented in his new book Compassion Heals: From Self-Care to Healthcare. But there is a message here for more than healthcare professionals (HCPs). There’s a message for all of us about the power of compassion to heal others’ mental, emotional and physical pain — but to also love and heal ourselves – and in doing so, help heal the world at a critical time in our history. Lee’s book presents the evidence that compassion heals by sighting numerous scientific studies, books and

  • Blood Cancer Awareness Month with Joy Keys

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    Myeloma survivor, and single father of three, Oya of Philadelphia, PA won’t let anything stand in his way as he prepares his kids for another challenging school year. “Myeloma is the most prevalent blood cancer among people of African descent and it is also one of the hematologic malignancies with the greatest racial disparities,” said Oya. “This population is not only twice as likely to develop this rare and incurable cancer when compared to white Americans and other racial groups, but they are also more likely to be diagnosed at a younger age.”
    Jennifer Wilson LCSW-R, has been a Sr. Information Specialist at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) for 13 years. She responds to enquiries from patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals seeking information and support on blood cancers by providing accurate and up-to-date disease and treatment information, information on clinical trials, and providing financial and support resources. Jennifer is passionate about ensuring that all blood cancer patients have the information needed so that they can access the best possible care. 

  • "Mess With MS," with Lisa Dryer and Mary Sturdevant

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    This is about how M.S. changed my life and my guests lives'.
    I was born a preemie. Shortly after my birth, I had a cardiac arrest, which led to my brain injury. This incident gave me a life of learning disabilities and health complications. When I turned 32-years old, I was diagnosed with M.S.
    M.S. is onthe most debilitating neurological disease. When I was diagnosed with it, it changed my life. I continued to approach life as I always had: as a survivor!
    That does not imply that I do not make mistakes along the way. All people do . . . when the road they are taking turns into a new one.
    Through friendship, family, spirituality, and the many M.S. role models I have, I am beating back the monster of this disease. I've opened up my life to a journey of adventure. Learning things any normal person can do to enhance their lives after M.S.& brain injury is my goal.
    It is a strange adventure, but it is an adventure! a "Mess with M.S."
    I'd love it if you'd join me in my journey, where we all can learn to be better versions of ourselves Call in at 424-243-9420 or go to
    Please welcome Mary Sturdevant to the show! She has an amazing story and is a fighter of more than one chronic illness! She describes herself as a woman who is a wife, mother, and daughter first and foremost! I know her as my friend and as an amazing person! 
    You really do want to listen tonight!

  • Lost Arts Radio Show #353 - Special Guest Peggy Hall

    in Health

    An inspirational life educator and freedom fighter who actually lives what she teaches, Peggy Hall, is the founder of a superb site for practical self-help instruction you can use to navigate successfully through the turbulent waters of tyranny. Former Director of Teacher Education at the University of California Irvine, she has more than three decades of experience as an educator, and has earned degrees in political science and international relations, Peggy's research and community activism have given her an ideal foundation of experience to provide life-changing knowledge, tools and perspective for millions of people in America and worldwide who need help overcoming malicious "authority" whose aim is to destroy our lives.
    Peggy's educational website,, contains a wealth of practical information on many things we all need to learn to regain our freedom in a time of aggressive encroachment from government and corporate officials who believe we are their property to be abused and destroyed as they see fit. Legal remedies, how to get exemptions from mandates, how to win court cases, what rights you already have and how to use them to protect yourself and your family from government and corporate "legalized" crime, important documents you need to understand and use, and much more are on the site in print and video form, ready for you to start your next-level education today.
    And speaking of protecting your family, rescuing your kids permanently from the dangers and serious psychological harm of public (and most private) schools is certainly top priority. To help you get your kids quickly out of the clutches of these indoctrination centers, Peggy's site offers a completely different and very healthy approach to the real education that is essential for children to develop into healthy adults.

  • COFFEE with Kim Show with Host Kim Crabill and Special Guest Alex Kendrick

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    Welcome to Season 5 of the COFFEE with Kim Show with Host Kim Crabill.
    We will kick-off our season with special guest ALEX KENDRICK, one of the Kendrick Brothers, the award-winning movie producers who have given us such movies as Overcomers, The War Room, and Courageous. Our season begins with Alex and Kim talking about the Kendrick brothers two new fall releases. Hear about some of the behind the scene happenings and, most important, the heart of the brothers behind these life-impacting movies.
    Enjoying the Conversation?  Subscribe to the Show!  Visit the COFFEE with Kim Show Page at to learn more about the network, the show, Host Kim Crabill and guests.
    This show is a production of Up2Me Radio in coordination with the Media Team of the Roses and Rainbows Ministry.  Visit the ministry at
    You can find, like and share us on Facebook at Up2Me Radio, follow us on Twitter @Up2Meradio and on Instagram at Up2Me.Radio

  • Power Matters with Christian de la Huerta

    in Health

    During this episode of Light Warrior Radio, I interview Christian de la Huerta, a 30-year sought-after spiritual teacher, and personal transformation coach veteran who is a leading voice in the breathwork community. He has traveled the world offering inspiring and transformational retreats combining psychological and spiritual teachings with lasting and life-changing effects. An award-winning, critically acclaimed author, he has spoken at numerous universities and conferences and on the TEDx stage. His new book, Awakening the Soul of Power: How to Live Heroically and Set Yourself Free, was described by multiple Grammy Award–winner Gloria Estefan as “a balm for the soul of anyone searching for truth and answers to life’s difficult questions” and has received a Nautilus Book Award and a Nonfiction Book Award. 
    During the interview we will discuss:
    What is Soulful Power  What healthy Masculine Power looks like The cost of people “selling out” their power Personal Soul Power practices Steps to take on the journey of empowerment ...and so much more!  To learn more about Christian de la Huerta or get a copy of his book, please visit

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  • Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Gifted Massage Therapist Jarnette Brownlee

    in Health

    Torrance, CA -- These days people have a lot to be nervous about. They are returning to in-person work, storms are raging, children are starting or returning to schools and there are new virus variants. One woman is on a mission to help those who are anxious to relax, stay calm, and feel good. Her name is Jarnette Brownlee, and she has a growing business giving people massages that help them to destress and feel better.
    Jarnette has been in practice for about seven years now. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from California State University Northridge, followed by a specialty certification from Southern California Health Institute, and keeps pursuing education on therapeutic modalities and holistic healing. She works at a multi-service wellness center, gives massages at her own home, and also will travel to client’s homes. Her business is aptly named Healing is What I’m Giving, and she truly enjoys helping people and seeing them unwind.
    Jarnette is trained in many different styles of therapeutic massage and when customers first come in, they can ask for something specific. More often Jarnette will recommend what’s best.
    “I want people to feel safe and trust me. I keep the lines of communication open,” Jarnette says, “I don’t just do a massage, I actually care! I feel I am humble and welcoming too.”
    Jarnette is proud to inspire health promotion, relaxation, and rejuvenation and she looks forward to having an impact on even more lives as her business grows.
    For more information about Jarnette and her business, please visit

  • Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed with her guest Florence Ann Romano

    in Health

    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with her guest Florence Ann Romano.
    Florence Ann Romano is a Childcare and Village Advocate as well as an Author and Philanthropist who has always had a special place in her heart for children.  She worked as a childcare provider for over 15 years and believes the key to a family’s success lies in focusing on what she calls THE TRIFECTA - parent, child, and caretaker working in unison toward common, family goals. Florence Ann is the co-host of the podcast Finger Painting the Future, and her YouTube Series, Windy City Nanny, sheds light on the variety of childcare challenges we see across the country. She has been featured on over 400 national and local media outlets across the country, including ABC/CBS/ NBC and FOX TV affiliates, Home & Family, The Jenny McCarthy Show, SiriusXM and more.

  • ADHD: Fixing It Versus Managing It

    in Health

    Got ADHD? Are you struggling? When you think in terms of ADHD, is your mindset focused on fixing it or overcoming it, or on managing it to work with it? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper ( interviews parent coach Elaine Taylor-Klaus of Impact Parents ( to talk about the differences between fixing ADHD versus managing it. They share their own experiences and perspectives as to which is most effective, as well as sharing examples of what it looks like, If you’ve got ADHD, this is a show you won't want to miss.
    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
    Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to

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    Healing by Aligning with Your True Voice

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    In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with psychiatrist Dr. Fred Moss. He explains the process by which he helps patients reconfigure their narrative through conversation and discover their authentic voice. He stresses the importance of the physician going through this process themselves so they can connect with and help their patients. He shares his own story of healing and how he discovered the magic of being aligned with your true voice.
    Dr. Fred Moss is a graduate of Northwestern University Medical School and a licensed psychiatrist who has consulted patients, practitioners, medical facilities, non-profit organizations, and community groups for nearly four decades. In 2006, he began taking a new approach with his patients, working with a chosen few to assist in reclaiming their lives from the clenched fists of medication. Over time he saw that those who persisted gradually and reliably improved once they were free of the medication.
    Patients began to report frequent success stories that began to open up a whole new set of questions about the actual definitions of mental illness and mental health and the conversations that are created around those definitions. It is around these basic principles that Dr. Moss began to shape his methodology and his work with clients. He is now dedicated his efforts to establishing his brand, Welcome To Humanity (, as a "home base" for his work as a speaker, consultant, and advisor, and for his mental health and life coaching practice as a "non-medicating psychiatrist."

  • Lupus the Journey Continues with Joyce Duren

    in Health

    Joyce was born in West Virginia and reared in Cleveland Ohio. My aspiration was to become a high fashion model and modern dancer but that journey short lived because of the heath challenges in her life.