Month: February 2022

Nourish Our Kids

Donna Terjesen-Holistic Health Counselor; Children’s Book Author, CEO & Founder of Nourish Our Kids; www.nourishourkids.com; Managing Director at HBR Consulting Among a host of descriptive words that can be used to define Donna Terjesen. Her being a survivor, mother, teacher, inspiring, entrepreneur, author, lecturer, and optimist. In November 1992, Donna was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She …

Brain Trauma & Strokes

Dr. Paul Wright is senior vice president and system chair of the Neuroscience Institute at Nuvance Health. He is a board-certified neurologist with over two decades of experience and subspecialty training in cerebrovascular disease such as stroke. Dr. Wright has extensive research experience including studying the effectiveness of novel therapies such as electroceuticals to treat …

Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging

Greg Macpherson, biotechnologist, pharmacist and author of “Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging,” returns to Late Night Health. He talks about senescent cells, also known as “zombie cells,” which accumulate with age and are associated with many disease states people experience later in life, can add a roadblock to your health now. Senescent cells are …

Learn About Heart Health w/ Vesna Skul, MD, FACP

This edition of late Night Health focuses on heart health. Some of the topics covered include. Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the United States.  Cardiovascular disease kills more women than all forms of cancer combined.  We can now treat the root cause of all cardiovascular issues in …

Biological Age VS Cellular Age – What’s The Difference?

While it is our biological age that matters most to determine the length of healthspan or amount of time a person will maintain good health. Francis Palmer, MD, a world-renowned, board-certified facial plastic surgeon, and author of “What’s Your Number?” has spent more than three decades of his career helping people look younger by altering …

Tummy Issues May Be More Serious Than You Think

Dr. Abhijeet Waghray is a gastroenterologist who completed his Internal Medicine training at Case Western Reserve University where he also served as Chief Resident. He then completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and completed a visiting fellow program in Inflammatory Bowel Disease at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr Waghray …