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Epigenetics
Many people are familiar with genetics, but very few know what epigenetics are. But on this episode we will explain it to you. And you'll be surprised to learn that our genetic codes are not as static as you may have believed
 

Is Your Job Killing You?
Is your job killing you? We look at the problems and pitfalls of different professions, with our special guest Dr. Weiss.
 

All About Hormones
This show is all about hormones. You’ve probably heard of testosterone and estrogen, but you may not know exactly what they do. Join us as we talk about all the different kinds of hormones, how they work in our body, and about bio-identical hormone therapy.
 

The Importance Of Playing On Your Health
Do you play with your kids or your grandkids? Guess what, you should and if you do, play more because it means you could live longer! Play is associated with a greater lifespan. Joining us is Ken Seiter, vice-president of strategic communications at the Toy Industry Association. Listen in as we talk about the research and health benefits that show that you are never too old to play!
 

A Holistc Approach to Chronic Illness
We’re gonna talk about having a holistic approach to chronic illness. Studies show that chronic illness and disease are better controlled when the patient cares for the whole body, not just taking a pill to get better. No longer should doctors just write prescriptions and send their patients home. Joining us to discuss this topic is Jeff Sirlin. Jeff Sirlin is a 2-time Cancer Survivor and the founder and CEO of Cancer Wellness TV, website dedicated to providing information on cancer therapies, prevention, and support.
 

What Are The Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore
The symptoms you shouldn’t ignore. A little twitch here a little pain there, or maybe something everywhere. What is important, what you should pay attention to, and what are serious symptoms? Join us as we go down the list of what to look out for.
 

The Science Behind Giving
How much of your time do you spending giving back to others. Maybe it’s a family, a friend or even a stranger. If your daily activities include giving, chances are your are going to live longer, healthier, and happier. Joining us on the show is Jenny Santi. Jenny is a philanthropy advisor and author of the book The Giving Way To Happiness.
 

Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer?
Could you be at risk for lung cancer. We are going to be talking about the risks diagnosis and even the latest research as we are joined by Dr. Kenneth Westover. Dr. Westover is a lung cancer specialist over at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
 

Natural Ways to Prevent Disease and Heal
We get asked so many questions about nutriceuticals so we decided to do entire show dedicated to the latest research on natural ways you can heal and prevent. Because of our Stay Young supplement line and micro-nutrient testing, our clinic Executive Medicine of Texas can be considered a cutting edge nutritional center on top of a medical practice and on this show we will share out knowledge with you.
 

Healthy Relationships with Dr. Fran Walfish
We know that healthy relationships are the best way for you to stay young and stay healthy and bad relationships wreck your health and take years off your life. So, we are bringing back America’s favorite psychologist Dr. Fran Walfish. We are going to have a great time and she’s gonna talk about her 7 secrets to happy couples. If you want to put a little more happy in your couple than listen in.
 

Our Strange and Unhealthy Obsession with Celebrities
In this show we talk about addiction. Now it is not to alcohol or drugs, but its our strange addiction that we as a society have formed with celebrities. We have Dr. Michael Levy with us on the show, author of Celebrity & Entertainment Obsession: Understanding Our Addiction. Together we are going to discuss our thoughts on this strange addiction.
 

Health and Safety Information on Lyme Disease
This show is all about Lyme disease. Now many people who have Lyme Disease are misdiagnosed with either depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, or rheumatoid arthritis. We hope to help point the warning signs of this disease so that you can get the care you need. Joining us is Grammy winner Jeff Redd who suffers from Lyme Disease and Lyme Expert Dr. Daniel Cameron. Together we hope to give a new look at this often misdiagnosed disease.
 

Your Lunch and Your Health
Question of the day: What are you packing? We’re not talking about heat, we’re talking about your lunch! Our daily meals, including lunch, greatly impact our health. We’ve brought in Stacey Antine to help us discuss this topic. Stacey is a registered dietician that works in the Healing Meals Program at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. Join us as we discuss why nutrition is so important to healing and prevention.
 

Keeping Your Brain Healthy
Did you know that your brain is still producing cells as you age? That means that how you take care of yourself dictates how healthy your brain will be year after year. Our special guest is Dr. Brant Cortright. Dr. Cortright is the author of the The Neurogenesis Diet & Lifestyle: Upgrade Your Brain, Upgrade Your Life. Together we’ll discuss how your health and diet can affect how you think.
 

Is Your Home Making You Sick
On this show we will be talking about things in your home that may be making you sick. All to often we see patients with allergies and recurring infections and we want to get to the root of the problem. We've brought in Danny Lipford join us in this discussion. He is the host of the nationally syndicated TV show and radio program Today's Homeowner. Our goal in this show is to make your home a healthier place to live in.
 

Knee Pain with Dr. Robert Bayless
In 2014 there were 719,000 knee replacements in the USA alone. That is a staggering number and research says its only going to get bigger! If you or a loved one has problems with knees than this is the show you don’t want to miss. To provide an expert opinion, we’ve invited Dr. Robert Bayless to join us. Dr. Bayless is an orthopedic surgeon with Irving Orthopedics and Sports Medicine whose highly respected expertise will help us give you the knowledge you need to protect your knees.
 

The Benefits of Pet Ownership
Everyone loves their pets, but did you know your pets could be helping you stay healthy. On this broadcast, we'll share with you the healthy benefits of having a furry friend. To help us discuss this topic, we've invited veterinarian Dr. Jeff Werber to join us. Dr. Jeff Werber is a vet to the stars and has even had his own show. Together we'll share our own pet stories and show you how pets not only enrich our lives, but our health as well.
 

Balancing Work and Play
Workaholism is a real problem in the U.S and in other countries. Some people are literally working themselves to death. We've brought in Jim Hjort to the show to help us tackle this issue. Jim Hjort is a psychotherapist and founder of the Right Life Project. together we'll be discussing how to balance work and play so you can stay happy and stay healthy.
 

Micro-nutrients with Mira and Jason Calton
The importance of micro-nutrients cannot be underestimated. To help us delve deeper into this topic we’ve brought in Mira and Jason Calton authors of the book The Micro-nutrient Miracle. For so long doctors thought that if the nutrients were in the blood and they were good, then you were good, but with research into the micro-nutrients, it has become apparent that some nutrients aren’t getting inside the cell as easily as others. This causes nutrient deficiencies on a cellular level and the specific nutrient deficiency can vary from person to person.
 

How Life Affects Your Health with Donna Nakazawa
This show is about how the body works as a whole. Because how our body works, when a person seeks treatment, the body as a whole must be considered rather than one small fraction of it. Our guest is Donna Nakazawa. She is the author of Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How You Can Heal. Her book talks about how traumatic events during childhood can have an affect on our health.
 

Head Injuries
The brain is very delicate so when we suffer a head injury it can be so difficult to get your life back together. In this show we've invited Dr. Cagan Randall to join us. Dr. Randall is from Carrick Brain Centers and is dedicated to researching and helping veterans and civilians with head injuries.
 

How a Bad Relationship can Wreck Your Health
Being in a healthy relationship is a great way to stay positive and healthy. On the other hand, being in a bad relationship breeds negativity and is extremely unhealthy. On this show we are going to show what to look for in someone you want to spend the rest of your life with, and what flags to look for in someone to stay away from.
 

Boosting Brain Power with Wendy Suzuki, PhD
We all want to keep our mental faculties as strong as possible for as long as possible, but even something as simple as a Vitamin D deficiency can have an impact on our cognitive ability. To help you get the best out of your brain, we've dedicated this show to brain health. Today's guest is Wendy Shuzuki, PhD. Dr. Wendy Suzuki is a professor of neuroscience and psychology at New York University and the author of the book Healthy Brain, Happy Life.
 

Hip Replacement With Dr. Steve Sanders
As many of us are getting older, we face the real possibility that we or someone in our family may have hip problems. We decided to dedicate today’s show to the hips and we brought in Dr. Steve Sanders to help us discuss this topic. Steve Sanders is a leading orthopedic surgeon from Irving Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. He will help us show that hip surgery is not the end of the world.
 

A Healthy Relationship with Food with Sarahjoy Marsh
Americans continue to struggle with their relationship with food. That is no secret. Our guest today Sarahjoy Marsh has a very unique way to change our relationship with food. Author of Hunger Hope and Healing Sarajhoy uses neuroscience to alter our perception of food.
 

Life at 103
There are a lot of people that say they don't want to live to be 100. But our guest this week may just change your mind. Lucille Fleming is 103 and still full of life. She was featured in our book Age To Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy, and Wise
 

Healthspan
Is it more important to live longer or live healthier? What can we do to stay healthy longer? Today's show will talk about just that: Expanding and sustaining your health as you age.
 

Relaunch Your Health
Today's topic is Re-launching your health with a special guest- its Joel Boggess, host of the number one ranked podcast called ReLaunch, and he's going to share some of the inspirational stories he's gathered through the years on his program. Our hosts will also share their personal stories of having to relaunch their health.
 

How Fear Affects Your Health
Fear can manifest itself in a number of ways; you can fear for your health, the loss of a loved one, your job, terrorism.. any number of things. And today, we\'ll discuss what that constant fear can do to your health. Our guest is Dr. Carole Lieberman and as the Media Psychiatrist, she will talk about what those fears can do, and how to can face them and conquer them.
 

Living with Your Mid-Life Crisis
Don't let your midlife crisis get the best of you! Learn to embrace it. And we have someone here who can help. Our guest is Donna Henes, the Midlife Midwife, and she's here to assist you in confronting and embracing the changes brought about by the midlife passage.
 

Divorce and Your Health
This week, we'll discuss health issues and medical conditions that can lead to relationship issues and maybe even divorce. We'll discuss how to fix those issues before they become a problem, or how to pick up the pieces if the relationship fails. Our guest is Ann Reichardt, author of THE DANCE CARD: Looking for Love After Divorce.
 

Living to 100
In 2004, National Geographic and the world’s best longevity researchers to identify pockets around the world where people live measurably longer better. In these “Blue Zones” they found that people reach age 100 at rates 10 times greater than in the United States. We'll talk to Nick Buettner who worked with the expedition team, who will share tips to help you make it to the century mark.
 

Sugar Detox
From spoonfuls in our coffee to corn syrup in packaged foods and even natural sources like fruit, sugar is a huge part of our diet, and we're consuming more of it every year. This damaging habit not only makes us sick, overweight, and listless, it also ages us well beyond our years. But how much is too much? We'll explore the topic with special guest Brooke Alpert, co-author of the book Sugar Detox.
 

Art of Diagnosis
On this episode we will talk about the art of diagnosis, and we'll hear one physician's true story about his own bout with misdiagnosis that almost cost him his life.
 

Release Your Life's Clutter
Today's show is about taking care of your stuff that clutters your life. Sometimes stuff is our thoughts, it can be objects, it can be food, it can be our past. Either way, we are going to tackle our stuff so we can realize out true potential.
 

Lifestyle Modification
What is lifestyle modification? It's about living longer and healthier, so you can avoid things like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and all those other things that rob us of our youth, and sometimes, our lives.
 

The Microbiome Diet
This week, we'll discuss the important role our gut plays in our overall health. With special guest, and author of The Microbiome diet Raphael Kellman.

With delicious recipes, convenient meal plans, and helpful information on Microbiome Superfoods and Supersupplements—including prebiotics and probiotics—The Microbiome Diet gives you the tools to achieve your healthy weight, boost your mood, regain your mental focus, and be in your best shape for life.
 

Increasing Your Libido
Not in the mood for love? We'll examine the things that could be killing your sex drive and what could help get it back on track with our special guest Dr. Mary Jo Rapini. Dr. Rapini's latest book is called RE-COUPLING: A Couple's 4-step Guide to Greater Intimacy and Better Sex.
 

Exercise: How Much is Too Much
It's great for your health to workout regularly and stay active, but as we age, we need to watch out and make sure we don't push ourselves too hard. Spending seven days in the gym may have been fine in your 20's, but in your 50's, you could be asking for problems! Our guest today is Dr. Vijay Vad. He's an expert in sports injuries, arthritis and back pain, and he's here to tell you to listen to your body when it starts saying enough is enough.
 

Kids and Sports
Should your kids play sports? Are the injuries worth it in the long run? Our special guest Alon Friedman weighs in. Prof. Friedman, who is from the Ben-Gurion University Brain Imaging Research Center, recently discovered a new diagnostic for detecting head injuries in football players.
 

Lifestyle Changes
If you want to save your life, you may need to change your lifestyle. And that may take any number of forms - quititng smoking, stop eating processed foods, exercise more... basically making healthy choices. we'll talk about all that and more with special guest Dr. Dean Ornish, , a beloved author and respected advisor to some of the worlds most powerful leaders.
 

Changes in Medicine
How is medicine changing? It's becoming more personalized; not just based on your outward systems, but on your genetic makeup. This show focuses on what we need to know about personalized medicine, with our special guest Dr. Florence Comite, who is an expert in the new genetic advances that are now in research.
 

Getting Back on Track
Are you lost? Would you know it if you were? Author Scott Hammond shares stories about losing your way and getting back on track. Scott's book is called Lessons of the Lost: Finding Hope and Resilience in Work, Life, and the Wilderness.
 

Working Out
This week's show is all about working out - how to get motivated and how to make the most of your time at the gym. Our special guest is fitness expert Mike Chang who became a You Tube sensation with his workout videos. He's got some great tips to share to help you get ripped!
 

The Power of Your Mind
The Team of the Staying Young Show reach out to the amazing author of Brain Storm, Dan Siegel, to talk about the power of your mind. It's fascinating stuff!
 

Safe Supplements
Should we be taking supplements? If so, which ones? You asked for the info, and here we are! We go through the ones you need, and the ones you DON'T!
 

How Dangerous is Gluten?
GLUTEN! Is it dangerous? How would we know? And it is worse if you cut it out of your diet? The team and our special guest and leading world expert, Dr. Alessio Fasano, Director of the Center for Celiac Research and Treatment, break down the facts and weigh in on the gluten free trend.
 

How to Fight The Flu
It's flu season. You don't want to get it, and we don't want you to get it. So we will spend the entire hour fighting the flu! We'll give you some history behind it and tips to keep you healthy through the season.
 

Understanding the Cardiovascular System
600,000 Americans die from heart disease every year. And this week, it's our goal to keep you from becoming a statistic. We take you inside the Cardiovascular system for a look on how it works, what can go wrong, and how you can keep yours running like clockwork!
 

10 Steps to a Younger You
This week we are living up to our name. This whole episode is about staying young. And we'll walk you through ten steps you take to make you feel and look younger.
 

Healing from Traumatic Events
Traumatic stress, whether it is physical, mental or emotional, can rewire the brain and alter our lives in unexpected way, and often, trauma sufferers will transfer their stress to spouses and children. Dr. Bessel van der Kolk has been on the forefront of research on this topic, and writes about it in his new book The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
 

Preventing Disease Through Diet
Can we prevent disease with diet? Author David Perlmutter talks with the crew about what we can we do and how.
 

Medical Breakthroughs
What we can look forward to in the field of keeping us all healthy? Judy and the doctors discuss some of the exciting medical breakthroughs that are taking place, and how it can change the way we live in the not to distant future.
 

Hope After Alcoholism
The doctors share some startling facts about Alcoholism. But those of you suffering from the disease, or those who have a family member suffering from it, we want you to know there is hope. Our guest is author and addiction expert Debra Jay.
 

Taking the Fear Out of Mammograms
Breast cancer is a very serious topic, and is the second leading cause of cancer death. Many women are hesitant to have a mammogram due to fear. So today we are taking the fear out of mammograms, and other scary parts of the VERY important topic of breast cancer.
 

Facts About Stroke
Today the doctors bring you important facts about strokes. They share the things we need to know to protect ourselves and our families. Our special guest is Richard Burns, author of A Stroke of Good Luck.
 

Colon Cancer Prevention
Colon cancer is not a glamorous topic, but it is one that needs to be discussed nonetheless. We will discuss the symptoms, the warning signs, and what you can do to prevent the disease.
 

Inflammation Information
What is inflammation? Is it bad? How do we deal with it? The team discusses all things, and gives you the information you need to know to remain happy and healthy.
 

The Evolution of Medicine
In an exciting episode, Judy and the crew will look at how medicine has evolved over the past several decades, and how the future is closer than you think.
 

Emotional Abuse
The team talks about Emotional abuse and it's toll on your health, with author Amy Lewis Bear. Amy's latest book, which we will discuss, is called From Charm to Harm: The Guide to Spotting, Naming, and Stopping Emotional Abuse in Intimate Relationships.
 

Prescription Drug Addiction
Dr. Mark Anderson, Dr. Walter Gaman, and Judy Gaman discuss the serious issue of prescription drug addiction; what you need to know so you don't become another statistic.
 

Alzheimer's Discussion with Leeza Gibbons
After watching her mother suffer the devastation of Alzheimer's, Emmy award winner Leeza Gibbons founded Leeza's Place to provide resources for those caring for loved ones suffering with the disease.
 

Plastic Surgery Myths
The world is littered with misinformation about plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery has become the medical profession's unofficial reality television star, and it is more popular than ever. Consumers are frustrated by an overwhelming mass of information from uncertain sources and a shortage of facts. Our guest wants to bring you those facts. Dr. Michael Vennemeyer is the author of Plastic Surgery Myths Dispelled: A Consumer's Guide.
 

Music and your Brain
This week\'s guest Dr. Galina Mindlin treats anxiety, insomnia and mood disorders in an interesting way - she uses music. She is co-author of YOUR PLAYLIST CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE.
 

Coping with a Loved One's Illness
This week's guest is Janie Price, widow of the singer Ray Price. And she's here to talk about what it's like to deal with a spouse that has a serious illness.
 

Healthy Leadership
People need to take charge of their lives and take charge of their health. Leadership is all about taking charge. And whether you lead a Fortune 500 Company or your household, you're going to want to hear what Susan Steinbrecher has to say!
 

After Cancer Treatments
Dr. Julie Silver is a Harvard Doctor, and a cancer survivor who took her own journey through the “healing zone,” perfecting her healing techniques as she worked to speed her own recovery. Following her acute treatment for cancer when she was in her thirties, she realized there was a large gap in helping survivors of numerous diseases to heal after treatment and devoted her career to helping others heal.
 

Healing from a Traumatic Event
Sometimes when we have a traumatic event, it can have a ripple effect. It can take out our emotional health, and the ultimately our physical health. And when our physical health starts declining, it leaves us open to any number of diseases. We'll discuss with actress Dee Wallace.
 

Fit Over 40
Have you ever wondered how you will stay fit when you are past forty? Or maybe you are past forty, and everything seems to be falling apart. Former NFL Wide Receiver Fred Barnett is here to talk about he stays fit and healthy, despite the challenges former athletes face. It's advice we can all follow.
 

Prostate Cancer Awareness
Special guest and football legend Marcus Dupree talks with the team about prostate cancer. Dupree underwent surgery for prostate cancer in November 2011.
 

Midlife Crisis
Judy Gaimans and nurse practitioner Kimberly Maus discuss what changes happen in your body at midlife that can bring on a midlife crisis.
 

Laughter is the Best Medicine
Suzie Humphreys has been fired, been broke, been disappointed, been a petrified expectant mother at 40 years old and lives her life with a passion for not only being better but to see things differently. Why? Because she knows laughter is the best medicine!
 

Building Strength and Stamina
With his latest book, New York Times bestselling author Dr. John La Puma reveals the breakthrough 24 day fat-loss plan specifically engineered for the male brain and body that is dramatically changing lives. Reboot, rebuild: REFUEL™.
 

Take Control
Dr. Mark Anderson and special guest Rick Kolster talk about ways to take control of your life and your health. With over 30 years of experience in all areas of management, sales and leadership, Rick has become known as an expert in building teams, leading change, and developing managers into leaders.
 

The Media and Your Health
Is violence in the media on the rise? It sure seems so, especially with the growth of TV channels thanks to cable, and the growth of the video game industry. We'll look at the trend with Media Psychiatrist Dr. Carole Lieberman.
 

Surviving Natural Disasters with Survivor Jack
Are you prepared if disaster strikes? We want to make sure you are, and we've brought Doomsday Prepper's Survivor Jack along to help.
 

Inner Fitness with Tina Lifford
When it comes to taking care of yourself, most people focus on the outside; how much they weigh, how their hair looks, how their clothes look. Today, we're focusing on the inside with our guest Tina Lifford.
 

Eating Right Without Dieting
Joy McCarthy is a Holistic Nutritionist, and Author of JOYOUS HEALTH: Eat and Live Well Without Dieting. It is a fresh new approach to eating that will change the way you think about food and what you eat, and it offers a simple and practical path to creating a healthy lifestyle.
 

Dealing With Anger
Are You Getting Burned By Your Own Temper? Is your out-of-control anger hurting your health, destroying your relationships, and ambushing your career? Our guest Nathaniel Smith will not teach you that anger itself is bad. Anger is normal! It’s only when your feelings turn into destructive behavior that anger becomes an issue.
 

First Aid for Heroes
No matter what you are going through, our guest Jane Davis, author of FIRST AID FOR HEROES, will inspire you. She has an amazing story about recovery after spending six weeks at Ground Zero, before jumping the hurdles of the rest of her life.
 

Suzanne Somers on Hormone Therapy
In her new book I’M TOO YOUNG FOR THIS!: The Natural Hormone Solution to Enjoy Perimenopause, Suzanne Somers, women’s health pioneer and passionate health care advocate, shares her findings on how to thrive during the years leading up to menopause, and relish those decades, feeling sexually vibrant and happy, with a strong, fit body and your brain firing on all cylinders.
 

Diabetes Education
Diabetes is becoming a major problem in America. We talk about the issue and what we can do about it with Dr. Osama Hamdy. Dr. Hamdy is the author of The Diabetes Breakthrough.
 

Nutrition and Your Health
Today's show is about the role your nutrition plays in your health. You are, after all, what you eat. Our guest is Dr. Terry Wahls, author of The Wahls Protocol. She has an amazing personal story of about how nutrition saved her life, when it look like all hope was gone, and her doctors had given up.
 

Refuel with Dr. John La Puma
Today's show is all about building strength and stamina, and that all starts with what's on your plate. You are indeed what you eat, and nobody knows that better than our guest Dr.John LaPuma. His latest book is called Refuel: A 24-Day Eating Plan to Shed Fat, Boost Testosterone, and Pump Up Strength and Stamina.
 

Extraordinary Story of Paralysis Recovery with Philip Devitte
One moment Philip Devitte had everything a guy could dream of: A beautiful wife and family, a great career, a fancy car. The next moment his car suddenly spun out of control and with it his life. The doctors and nurses said he would never walk again. He refused to accept their doomsday’s predictions.
 

How to Get More Energy
We try to keep you active, healthy and young so you can get through your daily tasks. But sometimes, we just don't have the energy to get it done. So what can you do to get that energy back? It all starts with a good night's sleep. Author Syd Hoffman is here with more.
 

Facial Magic
We all want to look younger, and avoid the wrinkles and loose skin that comes with aging. We also want to avoid going under the knife to get it. Our guest Cynthia Rowland
 

Organ Donation
This week, we have a different kind of show. We have the parent of an organ donor with us in studio. Her name is Carrie Moore, and she shares her moving story with us.
 

Whining
This week - why whining will make you old, fat and miserable. But how? And why? Our favorite Beverly Hills psychotherapist Fran Walfish helps us answer the question.
 

Humorist Carol Wyer on Hormones
We are taking a lighter look at a not-so-light topic: women, aging and hormones. We are joined by Carol Wyer, who has written about the topic extensively, most recently in her latest book Grumpy Old Menopause.
 

Make Time For Playtime
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. It also makes you age faster and lees productive. Learn about the benefits of playtime at any age.
 

The Life Plan Diet
Dr. Jeffry Life The bestselling author of The Life Plan and the popular face of anti-aging medicine has one simple message: Any man can lose significant amounts of weight and keep those pounds off permanently. Well-defined abs are the hallmark of good health, and The Life Plan Diet will show you how to lose the belly fat.
 

Headaches
Approximately 45 million Americans suffer from chronic headaches, and of them, 28 million suffer from migraines. But do you know the difference between a headache and a migraine? We'll outline the different types of headaches, and where you will feel the pain.
 

Breast Cancer
The biggest risk factor for breast cancer is simply being a woman. Madhulika Sikka's A Breast Cancer Alphabet offers a new way to live with and plan past the hardest diagnosis that most women will ever receive: a personal, practical, and deeply informative look at the road from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.
 

Getting and Staying Fit
This week's show is all about what it takes to get in great shape and stay that way. We've got the perfect guest to help discuss this topic: Dancer and Choreographer Sharna Burgess from the hit show Dancing with the Stars!

Photo by Tracy Martin
 

The Anti-Aging Effects of Meditiation
Meditation is something you can use not just to reduce stress, but to help you look and feel younger.
 

The Health Effects of Bullying
There's a lot more to bullying than what happens on the schoolyard. There is no age limit on being bullied. And being bullied does have advese effects on your health. Country superstar Josey Milner joins the conversation to talk about her anti-bullying platform.
 

Beauty Blueprint
On this episode, we talk about true beauty. Being beautiful and healthy from the inside out. Our guests are Michelle Phillips, author of The Beauty Blueprint, and 101 year old fitness enthusiast Lucille Fleming.
 

Setting Goals
This year, I want to lose 10 pounds. I want to run a 5 K. I want to work out every day. Whatever it is, you need to have a goal! On this episode, we discuss why goals are vital to good health.
 

All About Gluten
What's the big deal about gluten? We'll tell you on this program. We'll explain the differences between gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. We'll also get tips on a gluten-free diet from actor Dan Bucatinsky of the hit series Scandal.
 

Stress and Your Diet
What you eat can affect how you handle the stresses of everyday life. We'll discuss this with Dr. Kathy Gruver, author of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet.
 

Supplements: What You Need To Know
There's been a lot of confusion lately when it comes to vitamins. So we thought we would do a program to clear up some of the good and the bad about supplements.
 

Live Long, Live Healthy with Dennis Kravetz
Dennis Kravetz is a psychologist, physical fitness buff, business consultant, and writer whose lifelong passion has been to study and research how to extend the human lifespan and improve the quality of one's life with a healthy lifestyle. He's the author of eight books, most recently A Sound Mind in a Sound Body: Live Long, Live Healthy
 

The Clues that Could Save Your Life
Today's show is about listening to your inner voice and following those little clues that could save your life. Our special guest is singer and actress Gloria Loring, whose new book is called Coincidence Is God's Way of Remaining Anonymous.
 

Getting the Nutrients You Need
Are you getting the nutrition your body needs? We're talking today about all the micro-nutrients that make our bodies run at peak levels, keep us from developing diseases, and help us live long and happy lives.
 

Common Sense Health
Why are healthy habits no longer common sense? Example - you eat fast food several times a week, and wonder why you aren't losing weight. We try to make sense of it all with the Fitness Comedian Tim Wilkins.
 

Why You Need to See Your Doctor
This week's show is about those listeners who never go to the doctor, or those who know they need to go, and keep putting it off. We'll hear from Award-winning journalist Leon Harris , who kept putting off visits to his doctor, and it almost cost him his life.
 

Unconventional Nutrition
Renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, blows the lid off a topic that’s been buried in medical literature for far too long: carbs are destroying your brain. And not just unhealthy carbs, but even healthy ones like whole grains can cause dementia, ADHD, anxiety, chronic headaches, depression, and much more.
 

Age to Perfection
Ever wonder why some people live longer than others? That's the subject of Water, Judy and Mark's new book Age to Perfection. They'll be previewing the book on this episode along with Phyllis Sues, who they profile in the book. Wait till you hear what she does at age 90!
 

Fear and Your Health
Today,we are tackling the fear factor- how our fears can affect our health, especially when one of your fears is going to the doctor. Later in the hour, we are joined by Jude Bijou, author of Attitude Reconstruction
 

Sleep and Your Health
In the past, we've discussed a study on sleep and its effects on your health and the aging process. Today, we talk with one of the researchers from that study, Rashid Deane,from the University of Rochester Medical Center. We also have on the Sleep Doctor Dr. Michael J. Breus
 

Staying Healthy on the Go
People are rushing from place to place - whether in's in town on errands, or from city to city on business trips. It's hard to keep your health when you can't even stay in one place! To figure out how to stay healthy during the chaos of everyday life, we're joined by one of the most successful people in America - Real Estate Mogul Barbara Ann Corcoran who gives her take on the issue.
 

Finding Happiness
Where do you find happiness? Because being happy is very much a part of being healthy. Our guest Roz Savage found her happiness in the middle of the ocean, and shw will share her story.
 

Life Long Health
This week's topic is achieving life long wellness. Not just the feel good now, but real sustainable health. Our guest is John Pierre, author of The Pillars of Health.
 

Overcoming Depression
Sometimes a turn of events can shake our world in different ways we never thought possible. How we react can change the outcome of our lives. Our guest Suzie Humphrey is an expert at overcoming adversity, and she has tips to help overcome depression.
 

Gaining Strength
Being stronger means being healthier, and strong is sexy for both men and women. We'll talk with Kellie Davis about her transformation from mommy body to hottie body.
 

Childhood Obesity
Walter, Judy, Mark and special guest Emma Watkins of the Wiggles discuss the problem of childhood obesity and where it starts.
 

Fighting the Flu
Today, we're talking about germs, how they are spread, and what you can do to protect yourself from the diseases they cause, like colds and flu. Speaking of flu, actor Lee Majors joings the program to discuss the FLU + YOU program, which encourages seniors to get their flu shots.
 

Embarrassing Health Questions
We decided we would do a show dedicated to those embarrassing health issues. These are the things that you may not want to go to the doctor for; body odor, bad breath, smelly feet just to name a few.
 

The Future of Healthcare
We discuss where health care is headed and what can be done to change its perilous course with author Steve Jacob. His book is Healthcare in 2020, which says more comprehensive insurance coverage won't necessarily mean better health outcomes.
 

Rogue Nutrition with Jonny Bowden
This week's episode is all about nutrition, and how what you eat affects your health. Our guest is the Rogue Nutritionist Jonny Bowden. We'll talk with him about foods that help with inflammation the 150 healthiest foods on Earth.
 

Hair Loss
On this episode, we talk about hair loss, the medical reasons behind it, as well as the treatments that are available. Our guest is Dr. Jamé Heskett, who is a leader on this topic.
 

Common Misdiagnoses
Today, we're discussing waste basket diagnoses - these are the symptoms that are either under or misdiagnosed most of the time. We call them wastebasket, because basically, they get blown off or ignored.
 

Adrenaline Nation with Author Peter McCarthy
This episode, we focus on stress and the negative health effects it can have on the body. We'll discuss the epidemic of stress with author Peter McCarthy. His book Adrenaline Nation is a commentary on American culture and how chronic stress is built into the most fundamental aspects of its structure.
 

Body Image with Dr. Dena Cabrera
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Are you happy with what you see? Body image is an issue both men and women struggle with. We'll talk about it with our guest Dr. Dena Cabrera, author of Mom in the Mirror: Beauty and Life after pregnancy.
 

The ABC's of Staying Young
It's a greatest hits episode, as Judy, Mark, and Walter go through the ABC's and 1-2-3's of slowing down the aging process, with some of their favorite tips from previous shows.
 

Effective Vacationing
It's no secret we could all use more downtime. We need to take a vacation for the sake of our health. This week, we will discuss the medical necessity of vacationing, and tips on how to take an effective vacation. Author and speaker Susan Steinbrecher will join us with tips on unplugging and getting recharged.
 

A Younger and Leaner You
Today's show is dedicated to help you look younger, leaner and stronger, and we have the right guest to help us do it! Dr. Jeffry Life a board-certified, family practice physician, fitness competition winner, and a pioneer in age management medicine, is a recognized leader in the healthy aging field.
 

Hidden Food Additives
Today, we're discussing all of the things they are adding to the food and drugs we use, and what is not being labeled properly. Later in the hour, we're joined by Leo Galland, M.D. from the Foundation of Integrated Medicine.
 

Men's Health Focus
This week's episode is all about men's health. So if you're a man, or have a man in your life, you're going to want to check this show out! We're also going to be joined by Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, author of Why Men Fake It.
 

Salt Sugar Fat
IS the food industry to blame for America's obesity crisis? In his New York Times bestseller, Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us, our guest author Michael Moss reveals how companies use salt, sugar, and fat to addict us and, more important, how we can fight back.
 

Love Detox
Today, we talk about waht happens to the brain when you are in love, and the health dangers of bad relationships with Dr. Wendy Walsh, author of The 30-Day Love Detox: Cleanse Yourself of Bad Boys, Cheaters, and Men Who Won't Commit -- And Find A Real Relationship.
 

Living with Chronic Illness
This entire program is dedicated to those living with chronic illness and hwo they can improve their lives. Our featured guest is Richard Cheu, author of Living Well with Chronic Illness: A Practical & Spiritual Guide.
 

Time and Your Health
Have you realized that time and your health are slipping away? Is it ten years and twenty pounds later, and you're trying toi figure out what happened? That's today's topic - why our time and our health passing us by so quickly?
 

How to Find Yourself Again
There are times in our lives where we lose ourselves to unhealthy habits, depression, or a health issue that leads us to a a very dark place. When that happens, how do you find yourself again? Our guest is Anthony Field of the World's most popular children's group The Wiggles. He shares his story of how he overcame depression, life-threatening illness, and chronic pain to get his life back.
 

Raising Healthy and Well-Adjusted Kids
So many of us parents are struggling with way to keep our kids healthy. Raising well-rounded kids, teens or young adults can be a challenge. To help us out is Dr. Fran Walfish. Fran is a child family psychotherapist who holds a Psy.D. from Ryokan College in Culver City, California. She is the author of The Self-Aware Parent and was on staff for 15 years at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
 

Love and Your Health
Today, we are talking about love and how it effects your health. And not just romantic love, but love between friends and family. Actress Joanie Marx will also be on the program to talk about baby boomers who are looking for love.
 

Life After 50
Today's show is all about life after 50. Our special guest is TV icon Leeza Gibbons, who will talk about her book ake 2: Your Guide to Creating Happy Endings and New Beginnings.
 

Outsmarting Anger
Is anger getting the best of you? Or is anger a problem in your family, maybe a spouse, parent or child? We'll spend the whole hour dealing with anger, and it's negative effects on your health.
 

Your Hidden Food Allergies are Making You Fat
Today’s topic is going to change the way you think about food, and your health issues. Whether you have migraines, stomach issues, or simply can’t lose that weight. no matter what you do, it’s very likely you may have a food allergy you aren’t aware of.
 

Hope and Your Health
Each week on the Staying Young Show, we bring you something unique. This week is no exception. Today’s show is all about how important hope is to your health. And nobody knows that message more than our guest Nick Vujicic.
 

Taking Care of Others with Lynn Anderson
Today’s topic is how to help others when they are in need. Soemtimes, we have a loved one who has a health issue, and we become the caretakers. Whether it’s a spouse, a child or a parent, we’ll have some great tips and advice to share, as will our guest, Grammy Award winning singer Lynn Anderson.
 

How to Thrive If You Have ADHD
Have you ever felt like you couldn't get your mind to turn off no matter what? Maybe you thought you had ADD? Our guest today is an expert in that field, and has the answers to many common questions. He's Tim Bilkey, M.D., a physician specializing in adult ADHD, having completed more than thirty-four hundred assessments.
 

Staying Healthy While Staying Busy
This whole hour is about staying healthy through busy schedules and way too much travel. Supermodel Emme and platinum selling music star Anand Bhatt are here to share their tips!
 

Health as We Age
Today, we're talking about health as we age, and how our bodies change as we go through the different decades. As we go through our 20's, 30's and beyond, our bodies have different needs and different health concerns. We'll talk about them decade by decade.
 

Healthy Body, Positive Attitude
Today, we’re talking about health, and how it affects hope, integrity, and positive attitude. And conversely, how affects hope, integrity, and positive attitude affect your health. We will discuss those issues and more with our in-studio guest Tom Ziglar, CEO of Ziglar Inc. and the son of motivational speaker Zig Ziglar.
 

Staying Youthful With Suzanne Somers
We are so excited to visit with Suzanne Somers again about her book BOMBSHELL – Explosive Medical Secrets that will Redefine Aging. This show will blow you away with great information from our guest, as well as our hosts. If you want to take charge of your health and say goodbye to aging – this is a show you won’t want to miss!
 

Public and Fire Safety
We all know that safety is important and a huge part of staying healthy. And let's face it, if you die in an accident, there is a 100% chance that you won;t continue to live a long life, which is the goal of this show. So the entire hour is jam-packed with tips on how to keep you and your family safe.
 

Brain Power
This week, our guest will help you with your memory and brain power! It's Richard Issacson, author or The Alzheimer's Diet: A Step-by-Step Nutritional Approach for Memory Loss Prevention and Treatment.