Alternative Health Radio Show. We talk about Health and Wellness Topics That Matter To You!

Late Night Health is Designed to Empower 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. Working with “The Insane Darrell Wayne”, they created an upbeat, unique program showcasing a wide range of health topics. From energy healing to the latest techniques to fight cancer, the show is a blend of traditional and alternative health modalities. We’re health care consumers just like you, focusing on what’s good for people not Big Pharma or insurance companies.

Join Mark and Darrell on our journey to great health on Late Night Health on the radio stations below or find our shows on our site and download them to mobile devices.

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Latest Episodes

Once considered a regional issue, tick season, which officially takes place between April and October, is now a national concern
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Tracy McSparren, the Superintendent of Schools for the Bellflower Unified School District, is the first woman to have started as
Black men have the lowest life expectancy of any major demographic group in the United States, as CDC figures affirm.
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The creators of The Power to B bracelets got their big break at the recent Academy Awards after celebrities enthusiastically embraced the inspirational
Stephen Sinatra, MD, cardiologist and best-selling author of, “Heartbreak and Heart Disease,” says certain unsuspecting bad habits could weigh more