Late Night Health Radio offers a unique, entertaining and informative listening opportunity, while providing an upscale active audience for advertisers. Presented in an upbeat, friendly format, the program features a blend of topics. The program will feature traditional, complementary and integrative health care information. Targeting America’s baby boomers, each program will feature health and medical-oriented guests.
The World Health Organization estimates 65 – 80 percent of the population use holistic naturopathic medicine as a primary form of health care. Combine this with those that use traditional health care, and the numbers are huge. According to the United States Censor Bureau, a baby boomer is someone who was born between the years 1946 and 1964, when there was a noticeable increase in the birth rate. They are named this because of the boom in the number of births after World War II. In the United States, there is an estimated 75 million baby boomers. The baby boomers are the largest population to require health care than ever before. Boomers are incredibly involved with their health and open to a number of traditional and alternative approaches. More than prior generations baby boomers are voicing their concerns about better health. However, many do not know where to find information and options; that is where Late Night Health comes into the picture.
The program features a variety of healthcare professionals who specialize in a variety of fields as well as a host of traditional and complementary care practitioners including: Psychotherapists, Hypnotherapists, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Cupping Therapists, Prolotherapy therapists, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Lymph Edema Specialists, Myofascial Release Therapists and more.
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. Our wide range of topics from how to deal with diabetes, obesity, and cancer to the latest in pain management, stress reduction and preventative health care, all from the patients point of view.
Experienced, successful radio industry veterans helm Late Night Health. Award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn is the host, with John Harper of WMEL and Darrell Wayne from KTHO handling production and technical assistance.