Best Integrativemedicine podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Welcome to the podcast where we seek to heal stress long term, not just cope with or manage it. Healstress.com is the online healing resource of Qi Garden, Inc. Our vision is to be the leading online resource for education, resources, and community in the area of healing stress from our lives. In this pursuit we seek to help each other create our own necessary changes that deliver transformational experiences toward a life that is thriving, free and truly alive.
 
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide. Dr William Nelson, the Director of Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, talks with some of the brightest minds in science exploration, sharing thei ...
 
Progressive Medical Hour of Power is here to help start your wellness Revolution. On the Progressive Medical Hour of Power we cover traditional and natural health concepts to help you pursue a healthy lifestyle. This is Your Life, Live it Well!
 
Are you looking for practical, holistic, real-life solutions for healthier living? Join Dr. Meaghan Kirschling for real life education as she discusses and explores topics that affect your everyday living. Learn how balanced eating can increase energy, stabilize moods, jumpstart metabolism, eliminate cravings, restore digestion and decrease inflammation. Dr. Meaghan fields questions from listeners and brings in expert guests for a lively discussion about nutrition, supplements, holistic heal ...
 
Empowerment Strategist JJ Flizanes shares fitness, exercise, weight loss, and anti aging secrets as well as easy gluten free, dairy free and paleo diet recipe videos every Movement Monday and Tasty Tuesday. Fit 2 Love is physical, emotional and spiritual fitness for the happy life you deserve. This is the video only version of The Fit 2 Love Podcast Show.
 
Empowerment Strategist JJ Flizanes shares tips and secrets in fitness, nutrition, weight loss, anti aging medicine, alternative medicine, integrated medicine, psychology, hypnotherapy, mindset, relationships, dating, self esteem, spirituality, law of attraction, and all things wellness from her almost 20 years in the wellness industry as well as from her highly respected guests every Wellness Wednesday, Thoughtful Thursday, Freedom Friday and Sexy Saturday. Fit 2 Love is physical, emotional ...
 
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Dr Bill Nelson talks to Dr Dan Sciubba, the Director of Spinal Tumor and Spinal Deformity Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, about the surgical removal of tumors on the spine.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Matthew Weiss, the Surgical Director of Johns Hopkins Liver and Pancreatic Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinics, about rise of cases with those types of cancers.
 
2018 marks the 45th anniversary of the founding of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. In this episode, Dr Bill Nelson talks with Sharon Krumm, Director of Nursing Administration at the Cancer Center, and Senior Science Writer Valerie Mehl about some of our most notable achievements of the past 45 years.…
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Jean Hoffman-Censits and Dr Armine Smith, from the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute, about the complications that arise in diagnosing and treating bladder cancer in women.
 
Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Akila Viswanathan discuss the wide range of treatment options for gynecologic cancers.
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Ben Levy, the Clinical Director of Medical Oncology at Sibley Memorial Hospital, about new treatments for lung cancer patients and the growing cancer center at Sibley.
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Don Small about treating children with cancer and leading the team that was first to clone the human FLT3 gene.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks to Dr Jarushka Naidoo about monitoring and treating the side effects of cancer immunotherapy treatment.
 
Dr Ben Levy talks with Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral about the care options offered to patients at Sibley Integrative Medicine. Visit them online at sibley.org/integrative.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Matt Ladra, the Director of Pediatric Oncology at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC, about using radiation and proton therapy to treat children with cancer.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Vered Stearns and Elissa Bantug, Research Program Manager at the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, about how breast cancer care in younger women is different from older women, the resources available at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and a grant from the Center for Disease Control that enables those resources to ...…
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Katie Couric about the impact of cancer on her life and to preview Stand Up To Cancer's televised fundraiser which airs on September 7.
 
Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Mark Levis, the Director of the leukemia program at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, discuss the dramatic swing in outcomes for leukemia patients that have accomplished over the past two decades.
 
In this episode, healstress.com's Dave Scheer is interviewed by Jeremy Epp about mid-career transitions, and some exceptionally good ways to journey through this kind of change.
 
Parents who experience the death of a child encounter very difficult stresses in processing and healing from the monumental gravity of loss. Listen as Ilene tells her story about her son and what helps her heal as her journey continues. https://www.healstress.com
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Drew Pardoll, the Director of the Bloomberg~Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, about the progress being made in empowering patient's own immune system to combat their cancer.
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr David McConkey, Director of the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute at Johns Hopkins, about the renewed interest in bladder cancer research and the potential for treatment advances in the near future.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Annie Applegarth, Volunteer Event Chair from Swim Across America Baltimore about her diagnosis and recovery from cancer and Swim Across America's Open Water Swim coming up in September.
 
Dr Ben Levy talks to Dr Channing Paller, medical oncologist at Sibley Memorial Hospital and an assistant professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, about her research into prostate cancer treatments and care.
 
Dr Nelson talks with Dr Patrick Forde about his research showing the benefits of using immunotherapy treatments before surgery in lung cancer patients.
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Victor Velculescu, the new Associate Director of Precision Medicine for the Kimmel Cancer Center, about using genomic research to develop treatment options for patients.
 
Dr Ben Levy talks to Dr Matt Ladra, Director of Pediatric Radiation Oncology for Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital, about treating childhood cancer with radiation and the new proton therapy center that will be coming online at Sibley in the Fall of 2019.
 
Join Deborah Adams from Healstress.com as she talks about stress around the world, and especially stress experienced by women, with Haidi Kestenbaum. Haidi has lived in such diverse locations as: Hong Kong, Switzerland, Austria, Indonesia, England, India, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Baghdad, Saudi Arabia and the United States. Learn how other countries v ...…
 
Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Elana Fertig about her genomic research and the use of mathematical modeling to fight cancer, as well as Chaos theory and her previous experience with weather prediction.
 
Healstress.com explores notions of stress in Cambodia, China & the United States with Bina Bou. Bina talks about her experiences in those countries as well as her secrets to address stress from a healing perspective. Recorded in May, 2018 aboard a train traveling through China.
 
Dr Nelson talks with Dr Mark Yarchoan and Alex Hopkins about how cancer cells evade the immune system and what researchers are doing to combat that with targeted immunotherapies.
 
Dympna Donnan was raised in Northern Ireland in the 1970s during a time of extreme violence. Soldiers brandished weapons openly in the streets and fear for safety was a daily struggle. Hear how for Dympna, "It is Tai Chi that has rebuilt me . . ." and how she uses her Tai Chi practice to heal stress and the trauma in her body.…
 
Join us as Dave Scheer of Healstress.com discusses the Neurology of Stress and the definition of 'The Good Place' (or the opposite of stress) with Trauma and PTSD Expert Anna Pinkerton. Listen as Anna talks about her own journey through the trauma of assault and discusses her own personal shift from reacting to stress to working to prevent it.…
 
In this podcast, the healstress.com team talks with Dr. Rob Rogers about his definition of stress, his own personal story of stress in a stressful job and his own journey through a heart attack. Rob also discusses various books and tools he has found to be helpful to address the stress and anxiety in his life.…
 
Dr Nelson and biologist, Dr Andrew Ewald, discuss the science of fighting cancer at the cellular level.
 
Dr Ben Levy, the Director of Medical Oncology at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC, begins his podcast series talking with Rasheda Persinger, and Nurse Practitioner at Sibley. They discuss the key role of Advanced Practice Providers in delivering care to cancer patients and helping them navigate ...…
 
Dr Bill Nelson, the Director of Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center talks with Dr Ted DeWeese, Director of the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences, about proton therapy and the new proton center that will come online at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC in the Fall of 2019.…
 
Dr Bill Nelson, Director of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive at Johns Hopkins, talks with Dr Elizabeth Jaffee, the new President of the American Association for Cancer Research, about her agenda for the next year.
 
Beyond the Basics Health Academy is excited to welcome Jordan Gross to the show today. He is a young entrepreneur and writer. He graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Economics, and received a Masters in Management from the Kellogg School of Management, and went directly into a corporate job. Recently he left the daily grind t ...…
 
Functional medicine testing is not to just isolate a disorder, but to determine a pattern behind a condition, and understand what stressors make it worse.
 
The importance of getting your diet right for overall health. The New Year is a great time to make changes. Suggestions for different types of diets.
 
Podcast 174 introduces Trista Zinn and low pressure hypopressive fitness to our listeners. Trista Zinn is a master trainer for hypopressive fitness. In this episode you will learn: What is hypopressive low pressure fitness The muscle groups that make up the core canister How you can improve different pelvic floor concerns such as incontinence, ...…
 
In today’s power hour we discuss menopause. Before going on hormone replacement therapy, it is important for women to consider the risks. By supporting the clearance of hormones in the liver, by choosing bio-identical hormones, and by using delivery routes besides oral, a woman can decrease her risks of adverse events like heart disease from ho ...…
 
Patrick Plum has joined BTBHA.com to do a series on Lyme Disease and Chronic Disease. The purpose of this series is to explore subject matters that are specific to individuals that are dealing with complex health conditions. In Podcast 173, Dr. Meaghan Kirschling joins Patrick Plum to talk about diet and Lyme Disease. Which diet is right for yo ...…
 
Discussion of autoimmune disease, with an emphasis on lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. 50 million Americans have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, and they discuss the myths, fears, and hope that is available in treating and managing these diseases with integrative medicine. They discuss how the thyroid, gut, diet, and hormones all play ...…
 
Known as the great imitator Lyme disease has become increasingly common as the offender for a variety of symptoms and co-infections that people face. Symptoms can include joint pain, muscle pain, fatigue, malaise, gastrointestinal upset, anxiety, depression, poor concentration, and neurological symptoms.…
 
NAD+ Therapy involves a high dose intravenous infusion of NAD+ that goes straight into the bloodstream. IV therapy allows NAD+ to bypass the digestive system for better absorption. NAD+ works rapidly to repair cells throughout the body and neurons in the brain.
 
On today’s Progressive Medical Hour of Power, Dr. Agolli talks about depression and the profound impact it is having on our world today. What is depression? What causes it? How do we treat it? Is there a better way? Do depression and its treatments have anything to do with the current plague of tragic gun violence - and if so, what can we do ab ...…
 
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