Five to Thrive Live! airs every night at 8 pm EST (5 pm PST). Just visit www.w4cs.com at that time to hear the show live, or listen to the live stream on iTunes. In iTunes select radio, select “news/talk,” and finally, select “w4cs.”
Tonight on Five to Thrive Live! we will be joined by two expert guests to talk about prostate cancer prevention and what to do if a man has an elevated PSA test. Jay Cohen, MD, is nationally esteemed medical practitioner and researcher, a university professor, author of eight health books and more than a hundred medical articles, and an expert on medication safety and nutrition. His newest book, Prostate Cancer Breakthroughs: New Tests, New Treatments, Better Options (2013), is the only book that takes readers step-by-step through the evaluation process, informing men how to obtain and use the new tests and treatment options that can help tens of thousands of men avoid unneeded surgery or radiation. Michael Traub ND, DHANP, FABNO, has practiced in Hawaii for 28 years. He is Past-President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and was awarded the AANP’s Naturopathic Physician of the Year award in 2006. He is a Member of the Examining Board of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology. He is an avid triathlete and his practice also includes sports and exercise medicine. Join us with Jay Cohen, MD, and Michael Traub, ND, FABNO, and listen to the conversation live at 8pm EDT/5pm PDT at www.w4cs.com. Remember you can anonymously ask your questions in the chat room!
Robin A. Bernhoft, MD, worked for several years in a busy surgical practice before he became ill. His life was threatened by an illness which left conventional MDs at a loss for diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Bernhoft’s search for underlying causes of his debilitating illness lead him to study environmental medicine. His personal quest for survival carried him into cutting edge advanced medicine, including gene-environment interactions. He retrained in Environmental Medicine between 2002-2006, passed his boards in that specialty, and began applying his new knowledge to a uniquely successful approach to chronic diseases. Once functionally disabled, he is now able to run 15-20 miles per week, and is three belts short of black belt in Shito Ryu karate. He has his life back. Because of his personal experience, he has conceived of a different integrative approach to medical care; one that draws upon a variety of powerful, proven disciplines from across the medical spectrum. At Bernhoft Center for Advanced Medicine, Dr. Bernhoft and his team of doctors are eager to help others regain and optimize their health so they may live a long, fulfilling, and joyous life. Listen to Five to Thrive Live! at 8pm EDT at www.w4cs.com! Remember you can ask your questions in the chat room!
Show hosts Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO and Karolyn Gazella share and discuss an array of recently published research. Don’t miss Research Review Fridays!
To listen live, go to www.w4cs.com at 8 pm EST (5pm PST/6pm MST/7pm CST). Five to Thrive Live! Radio show is tonight and every Monday through Friday. Don’t Miss It!
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