Late Night Health is designed to empower healthcare consumers to take charge of their own health. The show started when our host, Mark Alyn, experienced back pain and his insurance company refused to cover the problem. Our goal is to help regular people do just that, cover problems. Although many health related programs are hosted by a healthcare expert; We are the healthcare consumer just like you! And that’s the point of view we take on the show.
Listen to Late Night Health live on the radio stations below or find our shows on our site and download them to your electronic devices. You can also listen on iTunes, Spreaker, PodcastAddict and through many of your favorite apps.
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Late Night Health features a wide range of topics on traditional, complementary and alternative health care information. We provide information so that you can make informed decisions on how to handle your health issues. Our featured themes touch each of our lives and the lives of our families.
Late Night Health covers a myriad of health and wellness topics; an entertaining and informative program, it presents listeners the latest breakthroughs, facts, studies, tips secrets and health-oriented information. Topics include dealing with healthy lifestyles, diabetes, weight loss, illnesses, nutrition, supplements, cancer, preventative healthcare, pain relief and much more.
Hosted by award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn, the Late Night Health crew includes “The Insane Darrell Wayne” as producer, Bekah Burge as our Executive Director of Online Operations and Dave Burge as Executive Director of Online Marketing. Kevin Stern Associate Producer helps with board operation and social media.
In addition to the live radio show, listeners can explore the website for all our archived shows and find information about all the guests that we feature on the Late Night Health radio show.