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New Late-Night Radio Program Examines Baby Boomer Health

On “Late Night Health”, radio and television industry veteran Mark Alyn addresses the health and wellness concerns of America’s baby boomers in his trademark entertaining and informative style. Featuring co-hosts Moshe Lewis, M.D., and Michael Safir, M.D., and guests from the traditional, complementary and integrative health care fields, each week “Late Night Health” presents the newest health care breakthroughs—studies, facts, and tips on how to improve one’s wellbeing.

Starting on Saturday, May 5th, from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m., “Late Night Health” will address a wide-ranging array of topics, from advice on fighting diabetes, obesity, and cancer to the latest discoveries in nutrition, pain management, stress reduction and preventative health care. The program’s upbeat, friendly and interactive format focuses on conversations between host Mark Alyn and several traditional and complementary care practitioners–Psychotherapists, Osteopaths, Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Hypnotherapists, Cupping Therapists, Prolotherapy Specialists, Physical Therapists, Myofascial Release Therapists, and more.

“Late Night Health” specifically discusses the health concerns of baby boomers, of which there is an estimated 75 million in the United States. Baby boomers are more concerned about their health and wellbeing than prior generations and are open to a number of traditional and alternative approaches. “Late Night Health” aims at providing them information, entertainment and companionship, while providing an upscale active audience for advertisers.

In addition to award-winning host and producer Mark Alyn, “Late Night Health” benefits from the input of other successful radio industry veterans: producers John Harper, Darryl Wayne and David Bernstein. Co-host Moshe Lewis, M.D., is a San Francisco-based board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician who, in addition to his medical degree and training, holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health from New York University.