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Men don’t talk about health, right? These 4 guys are changing that. They’re young. They live with chronic illness. They have to fight to stay alive. They hid their conditions for a long time, so they know how hard it is to trust others. Join them as they discover themselves by opening up to each other - and you. Brought together for the first time and with different medical conditions, they bond through similar experiences. Alone, each had to confront his vulnerabilities and figure out how t ...
 
Join us as Dr. Jess take away the mystery of chronic illness. With 40+ years’ experience in both traditional and alternative medicine, Dr Jess makes the complexities of all illnesses digestible, crystal clear, and fun. His passion is putting together the Health Care Puzzle. Let him do then “Heavy Lifting” and explain what’s going on and what to do about it!
 
Presented to you by Sophie Ward, a Lyme Disease campaigner, blogger, author and radio presenter. Learning how to adapt living life with chronic illness. The challenges we face and the lessons we have to learn. There isn’t a text book with all the answers. We learn on the job, through experiences and fellow sufferers. Chronic illness is tough and there will be rough times but I hope my podcast will inspire you all to keep chasing your dreams and that you DO deserve to live life.
 
Is it possible to suffer daily with chronic illness and also live a thriving life? Yes! Jennifer Slattery is your chronic illness coach and friend, walking alongside you with the resources and support you need to thrive in your life. This podcast empowers listeners to see their illness through the lens of the gospel, using Scripture as a roadmap for navigating the challenges, loneliness, fatigue and pains of life with chronic illness, while also learning how to thrive.
 
Hi, I'm Adrienne Clements, Illness Advocate + Empowerment Coach, and on this show it’s my mission to provide you with simple strategies to navigate the various mental, emotional, relational, and existential challenges of living a life with chronic + invisible illness. Filled with practical psychology, empowering expert interviews, and personal insights + observations from my own journey as an Invisible Warrior; each week we will explore a new tool for navigating this often confusing adventur ...
 
The podcast network that speaks to people with chronic illness, invisible illness, disability, and chronic pain. "Explicitly Sick Podcast" with Monica Michelle + "[Human]care Podcast" with Eva Minkoff Be Kind. Be Gentle. Be A Bad Ass. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
DISabled to ENabled podcast is the podcast for people with chronic illnesses. Join British host Jessie Ace as she interviews inspiring people affected by chronic illness who turned their diagnosis into something unexpected. Listen to people such as celebrities/CEOs/athletes/marathon runners as well as real-life stories as they let you into their lives and how they did something awesome despite their chronic illness diagnosis. Learn their tips, tricks, and advice for living your best life wit ...
 
Chronic illness and other health challenges can be a real bummer--but they don't have to be the end of joy and fulfillment. It turns out we can still have epic lives, even when our bodies have plans of their own. Join San Francisco psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge for honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people who get what it's like to live with health challenges. Whether you're in the car, on a walk, in the waiting room, or lying in bed, we'll be here to keep you company alon ...
 
Living with chronic illness completely changes your life but nobody talks about it. It's so easy to feel that you are the only one struggling but I am here to tell you that you are not alone! As a therapist living with three autoimmune conditions, I know exactly how it feels to lose your old self and life and I am here to share how I learned to cope with many changes chronic illness brings and all those other things your Doctor didn't warn you about. Let's talk about real life with chronic i ...
 
Sharing patient stories and discussions while having a laugh and keeping it real. A weekly podcast where performer, writer, and MS-er Jess Brien interviews people from around the world that are thriving - and sometimes only just surviving - with chronic illnesses, life changing injuries and potentially disastrous diagnoses. @thatssochronic | @jessssbrien | #ThatsSoChronic Disclaimer: Here at That's So Chronic we are sharing personal stories and are not advocating any type of treatment, thera ...
 
In "The Patient is In,” the StuffThatWorks podcast, community members recount their personal stories about dealing with chronic illness and disease, and share how a mix of strength, courage and science helped them through. Hear stories showcasing what’s possible when people are empowered to advocate for their own health, or the health of their loved ones.
 
The Spoonie Struggle is about the raw, honest look at living life with chronic illnesses and chronic pain conditions. Spoonies of all types are welcome to join us, but we will have a heavier focus on the lesser common, lesser understood, and difficult to diagnose conditions, such as Ehlers Danlos, Marfan’s, Ankylosing spondylitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus, multiple sclerosis, sickle cell anemia, and endometriosis. In this show, we will discuss our own experiences of each aspect of life with ...
 
Preventable diseases and chronic illnesses are becoming increasingly prevalent in this day and age. This is perpetuated by the way we think, eat and move. More so by the way diseases are being treated symptomatically. This podcast is a space where Cara and Fahad explore critical and relevant health topics, with a focus on how you can immediately start to improve your health. New episodes are released every week. Join us!
 
Learn how you can use intermittent fasting to improve your physical and mental health, so you can feel better, live longer, and (potentially) reverse chronic disease. Ben Tanner, PA-C explains the science and benefits of fasting in basic terms you can understand. He also shares tips and tricks to help you effectively implement fasting into your lifestyle as painlessly as possible. The show covers basic physiology about how fasting works, and step-by-step advice on how to get started with int ...
 
Teresa Jackson from Lean On Me Coaching, shares resources and strategies for thriving with Parkinson's. Join her and her guests to learn how to live your best life in spite of living with a chronic illness.Opinion Disclaimer:The views and opinions expressed in Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa, are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Teresa Jackson and Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa. Any content provided by our gues ...
 
Check in for a dose of stigma-break, humor-filling, empowerment building life hacks and motivation for all the “medically-adult-ish” young people. The InvisiYouth Chat Sessions: A Video Podcast Series, is part of InvisiYouth Charity. This international nonprofit helps teens and young adults with various chronic illnesses and disabilities gain the right lifestyle programs, empowerment and fun events to learn how to keep living life. Twice a month, our founder, Dominique Viel, will bring guest ...
 
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The Pet Factor

James Hosek

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The Pet Factor is here to help you understand your pet's health needs. From preventative care to dealing with chronic illnesses, we present information on why veterinarians recommend wellness care for your pet, how we diagnose and treat sick animals, and tips to keep your pets from developing common problems. We also showcase new products available to your veterinarian and news regarding pet health.
 
Pavlina Jirouskova creates a place for you to connect, to inspire, to heal & to empower you to live a healthy, happy and purposeful life from your heart. Open you heart and connect to your soul. Connect to your purpose, remember who you are and why you came to this life. Your soul and your body are speaking to you and through you. You are here for a reason. You have chosen to be here at this time. You came here to learn, to grow and to experience joy and excitement, to live the human experie ...
 
Adrienne Nolan-Smith, BCPA is a holistic patient advocate, speaker, health researcher, and wellness expert. The WellBe Podcast shares investigative guides and research roundups as well as informative and inspiring interviews from the world’s greatest experts on functional medicine and wellness – people who have dedicated their lives to studying and working with patients to heal naturally or who themselves have healed devastating chronic illnesses with a holistic approach – to inspire YOU to ...
 
I am the Chief Visionary of a non-profit foundation that provides research and education on living with multiple chronic illnesses. The goal and purpose is to provide a voice for the people, education and knowledge of living with various illnesses and positivity from a Health and Wellness perspective.
 
Welcome to The Food Solution with Gundi Rhoades! This podcast is all about learning how and why changing your diet and going organic can improve your health and literally save the world. As some diseases like autism show an increase in incidence from 1 in 3,000 to 1 in 48, a closer look at how to deal with this is and what is causing it is needed. Plus, most of humanity has seen and experienced the effects of climate change, which all translates into a collapse of ecosystems worldwide. Gundi ...
 
Gather 'round The Content Cauldron for heart-based business ideas and inspiration — sprinkled with the realities of living and working with mental or chronic illness, neurodivergence and/or disability. With your host Katherine Rose (she/they) and her feline familiars, Monty and Lulu. Now charge your wands and let's make magic!
 
An online radio show ARCHIVE that is geared toward survivors of any trauma. We are all a survivor or secondary survivor of something; whether it's sexual abuse, domestic violence, chronic illness or cancer, P.T.S.D., Mental Illness, grief...ect, and it is important to understand that we are not alone. We can heal and bring awareness to some of the most personal issues facing this world today. Ginger & Haullie touch on certain topics in these archived broadcasts. Listen to special guest inter ...
 
Welcome to Writing One Spoon At A Time! I'm JM Weiner and I'll talk about all things writing, reading, and chronic illness. You'll get a peek into my writing process and the things I use to make that a little easier. I'll tell you about what I read, both fiction and nonfiction. Sometimes I'll talk about how my chronic illnesses affect my life--reading, writing, and everyday stuff. I might even talk about my 6 cats or my husband. Yup, six cats. One husband. No kids. Hang around. It should be ...
 
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Dr. Shiroko

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Dr. Shiroko

Shiroko Sokitch, MD

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Shiroko Sokitch, MD is a doctor who cares about you! Her mission is to help you achieve the health, vitality, and happiness you deserve. She does this by using a unique blend of Chinese and Western medicine to help you learn to listen to your body, and find out what works for you. The owner of Heart to Heart Medical Center in Santa Rosa, California, in 1993, Dr. Shiroko is an expert at using many modalities to bring the body to balance and wholeness. She specializes in preventative medicine, ...
 
Close your eyes for a moment and imagine… Waking up and feeling ready to face the day… with a smile. Having more energy for your partner and kids (or furkids!). Fitting into your jeans and feeling good about your body. Knowing what to eat and enjoying your food – without guilt or confusion. And best of all… feeling relaxed, happy and in control of your health. It’s all possible. I will show you how. Get ready to live a happy, healthy, energised life with Straight Talking Natural Health – a n ...
 
Hello, my name is Frankie, and I am the Diva Dad. I am a father, baker, yoga instructor, studio owner, mmj patient and advocate. I also have rheumatoid arthritis. I started my journey to a healthier me about three years ago. At a time when my body was under attack, I was depressed, in constant pain and exhausted. I decided to take my health more serious and started to make changes. Adapting a new lifestyle has not been easy. Luckily, I have the help and support of my partner, family, and fri ...
 
Welcome to the Digital Homebody Podcast, a weekly show helping you combine the magic of the internet with the cosy environment of home so you can work remotely and design a life you love. You may have heard of Digital Nomads, people who work remotely and travel the world, often working from coffee shops and coworking spaces in exotic locations and earning a living online. Well, even before the pandemic put a stick in the wheel of international travel, there were those of us who loved the ide ...
 
I'm Megan Whitaker and I'm a Health Coach and Holistic Living Expert I left my job as a registered nurse in 2015 to empower and educate woman on their wellness journey. This podcast is all about the REAL Crunchy things I do and know inside and out. I want tell you what works, what doesn't and the science behind it so YOU can go crunchy WITHOUT going crazy. After years of ongoing illnesses and chronic pain, I turned my health around with lifestyle and diet changes. Now as a mom of 2 young chi ...
 
After 20 years of chronic illness, including 10 years unable to work with chronic fatigue syndrome, leaving her dream job and selling her house and car to live, Kim was about to give up hope. But something told her to keep going. Finally, after 140 therapies and spending her life savings, she found the answers and got herself well. Now she teaches others how to heal themselves from debilitating illnesses which baffle most doctors.
 
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It’s all about your deep, burning questions today as we have founder and podcast host Dominique lead her very first solo episode! And in Dominique’s signature sarcastically optimistic style, she brings the heat when answering all questions so you’ll have advice to interpret into your daily living growing and thriving with your chronic illness or di…
 
It’s the last Tuesday of the month which can only mean one thing… It’s time for another That’s So episode! Today I’m joined by Diana Divine (who you might remember from their interview about their diagnosis of Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome back in April 2021) and we are discussing Dandelion Heart by Kelly Vincent. Spoiler alert: we loved it! D…
 
James, Chris and Nick open their doors to start sharing the different conditions they live with and how their lives are impacted. They learn about each other and begin to see themselves through each other. They start to experience Chronic Power.Physician-Parent Caregivers による
 
Is your job or business making you stressed, sick and overwhelmed? Then this episode is for you! I have a lot of personal experience with chronic stress, burnout and work-related health issues, caused by all the pressure not only work was putting on me, but especially that I was putting on myself. That is something I have been working on and workin…
 
Episode 40: Darren Radke's Experience Living With Lupus and Antiphospholipid Syndrome In this episode, guest Darren Radke shares his experience living with Lupus and Antiphospholipid Syndrome. He also was diagnosed as a having a hippocampal cyst in his brain, an issue with a heart valve, and a lung issue. His symptoms initially came on really fast,…
 
Today I'll share 9 essential tips to help you be successful as a total beginner with intermittent fasting (aka time-restricted eating). My ultimate goal is to help you be successful with fasting from the very start, so you can improve your health, live longer, and feel better. Download my "Intermittent Fasting Checklist" here: https://fastingwell.c…
 
Here I explain the VERY FIRST STEP you can take as a complete beginner with intermittent fasting. Fasting may seem intimidating, or overwhelming. But by starting with baby steps, it'll be easy from the very start. You can get some reps in, and let your body and mind adapt, to have a better chance of being successful in the long run. Download my “Ea…
 
Today I share several important health benefits of intermittent fasting (sometimes called time-restricted eating), including how & why each of them happens in your body. These benefits are related to several common health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, and more. By understanding how fasting benefits your health, you'll be more motivat…
 
Today I share my “journey” through podiatric medical school, PA school, and working as a PA. I’ll explain how I “self-educated” about fasting and low-carb nutrition, and how I’ve put that knowledge into practice in my own life. I'll provide a detailed description of my experiences along the way, what I learned, and how it prepared me to be able to …
 
Hello! Welcome back to another episode of That’s So Chronic! This week I’m chatting to Hayley Greer, who was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis just as she was finishing school, leaving home and ready to start her first year at university. In this episode Hayley explains what that first year uni life was like post diagnosis, the years of remission s…
 
What is conscious healing? To step into your power and become your own conscious healer and heal yourself and others. Pavlina has created this new empowering concept of conscious healing and she's sharing with you in this episode. She is also introducing her new online program, the Conscious Healing Blueprint! Conscious Healing means: No longer rel…
 
Episode 39: The Ins and Outs of Antiphospholipid Syndrome With Guest Dr. Jill Schofield In this episode, guest Dr. Schofield discusses Antiphospholipid Syndrome. APS is a complex multisystem autoimmune disease. It is often comorbid with Lupus. It can be primary or secondary. Females are more likely to have APS than males. It tends to occur more in …
 
Cara explains the crucial importance of certain vitamins and minerals, which are often depleted by stress. She also explores common cycles or traps that are quite easy to get stuck in. Towards the end, she also highlights the role of adaptogenic herbs and how they can help alleviate stress.
 
Today I'll give you a rundown of what the FastingWell podcast is all about, who it's for, and what my background is. I'll explain what you can learn and how it can help you improve your physical and mental health. I'll also give you a preview of what topics I'll cover in upcoming episodes, and explain how you can get the most out of these episodes.…
 
Happy Tuesday my favourite people! I hope you are having a lovely week. Today’s episode we are heading to Auckland and I am chatting to Holly Mercer about her diagnosis of rare disease Beçhet’s Disease and Neuro Beçhet’s. In this episode Holly talks us through the 15 or so years of constantly wondering what was happening to her, how she imagined re…
 
Welcome to a special episode of That’s So Chronic! As the name of this episode would suggest, I’m taking you along with me as I get two doses of the Pfizer vaccine here in New Zealand. I take you along in a diary style format as I begin to work out if I can even get it, when I should get it, how to get it, and how I felt afterwards. *This episode i…
 
This episode is dedicated to all Lightworkers out there. Soul growth and stepping into your power and your purpose is hard and scary. It can be a roller-coaster and it requires a lot of deep work on yourself. It’s not always comfortable. More often than not it’s downright uncomfortable, physically, mentally and emotionally. I am going through anoth…
 
Episode 38: Updates, Crises, and Overwhelm In this episode, Jessica gives updates on her life and the life of her family. She discusses updates on her health conditions and recent surgery, crazy stressors, and mental health difficulties that accompany autism. She discusses how hard it is to get good medical care and how impossible it is to get adeq…
 
Welcome to That’s So Chronic! I’m excited to be bringing you today’s interview with scientist and circus artist Evie Clayton. Evie was diagnosed with endometriosis, and today’s interview follows their journey to receiving that diagnosis (spoiler alert: it’s full of twists and turns!) In this episode Evie talks us through the years of their symptoms…
 
Episode 37: Treatment and Management of Ehlers Danlos With Guest Dr. Alissa Zingman In this episode, Dr. Alissa Zingman discusses management and treatment of Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Dr. Zingman started to have symptoms of EDS in elementary school, with stomach aches and heel pain. She was very athletic and danced, but kept getting injured and havin…
 
Dr. Jackie Judd Flack graduated from West Virginia School Of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007 after completing her undergraduate training at Bridgewater College in Virginia, majoring in Biology with a minor in Philosophy and Religion. Dr. Flack completed her residency training at the Shenandoah Valley Family Practice Residency Program through Virginia …
 
HI! Um, so... IT’S OUR BIRTHDAY!!!! Yay! That’s So Chronic turns ONE this week so it was only fitting that this month’s That’s So: episode is all about the inspiration behind That’s So Chronic. In this episode we learn about the moment my life took a random unexpected turn in September 2019, the moment the idea for That’s So Chronic happened, the j…
 
More from Nathan Edwards: Nathan’s website: https://www.crohnsnaturally.com/ Related Articles and Resources: The New York Times: Crohn’s Disease Is on the Rise MedPage Today: Dietary Interventions May Prove Helpful in Curbing Development of Crohn's Disease ----------------------- StuffThatWorks is a crowdsource-based research platform empowering pe…
 
In this episode, I talk about wellbeing being your natural state. Naturally, you are meant to be healthy, are not meant to be sick, and to achieve a natural state of wellbeing you need to go within, you need to come back to yourself. When you're not feeling well don't look for answers and solutions outside, don't google your symptoms or don't look …
 
Episode 36: Kim "Kid" Curry's Story of Living With Multiple Sclerosis In this episode, Kim "Kid" Curry discusses his experience with Multiple Sclerosis. Early on in his career, he started feeling stinging sensations in his legs, but he wrote it off as possibly being bitten by fire ants. Later, his eyes were an issue, he was having difficulty with m…
 
It as a popular belief in the holistic health realm these days that it is crucial to heal your gut when healing chronic health issues, such as autoimmune disease, eczema, digestive issues, allergies etc. We are told that your gut is at the root of most issues and that it is necessary to change your diet, eliminate gluten, dairy, sugar and any poten…
 
Episode 35: Boronia Fallshaw's Story of Living With Vulvodynia In this episode, Boronia Fallshaw discusses her experience with vulvodynia. Beginning with her first experience with intercourse at age 18, Boronia began to experience vulvodynia. In this condition, every time a person has sex, it feels like they have razor blades inside them. The pain …
 
Welcome to That’s So Chronic! Today’s interview is with Tatjana T, and we are chatting all about her diagnosis of attention deficit disorder, or come commonly known as, ADHD. Tatjana’s diagnosis is still super fresh, so after meeting for coffee and discussing how this episode could go, we decided this is a perfect opportunity to share the diagnosis…
 
Welcome to The Food Solution Podcast! This podcast is all about learning how and why changing your diet and going organic can improve your health and literally save the world. As some diseases like autism show an increase in incidence from 1 in 3,000 to 1 in 48, a closer look at how to deal with this is and what is causing it is needed. Plus, most …
 
Welcome to The Food Solution with Gundi Rhoades! This podcast is all about learning how and why changing your diet and going organic can improve your health and literally save the world. As some diseases like autism show an increase in incidence from 1 in 3,000 to 1 in 48, a closer look at how to deal with this is and what is causing it is needed. …
 
Gut bacteria is key to your happiness! It sounds like a weird concept, doesn’t it? However, studies have shown that gut bacteria have an extremely important role in your happiness and your physical and mental health. In this episode, Gundi reunites with nature researcher Ria Jago to talk about the important role of the gut microbiome and how essent…
 
In this episode, Gundi Rhoades and nature researcher Ria Jago discuss the benefits of whole wheat. They go over the many nutrients a single whole grain of whole wheat contains, from selenium to magnesium, vitamin B1, and many more. Ria and Gundi also explain the mechanism through which gluten causes harm in the body and why whole wheat doesn’t have…
 
In this episode Pavlina talks about processing grief. It is quite a personal episode but it might be helpful for some of you, as Pavlina shares how she has been processing grief after her grandmother transitioned a few weeks ago. If you like the episode, please subscribe to the podcast, rate and review, share it with your friends and family, and co…
 
Episode 34: Health Coaching For Teens With Guest Denise Archilla, MSW In this episode, guest Denise Archilla discusses chronic illness coaching! Some struggles young folks with chronic illnesses face include unpredictability of age during a time of transition, trying to blend in with peers, social media, people being able to video tape mistakes, ac…
 
Win the gold medal, it's the Olympic and Paralympic season and we’re celebrating our appreciation for sports, and the power of para-sports by having two special guests that have been athletes at the Paralympic Games. Talk about getting elite athletes that are competing for medals in Tokyo 2020! Say hello to Team Great Britain’s returning Track and …
 
Happy Tuesday everyone! Welcome back to That’s So Chronic. We’re back with our regular Tuesday interviews and today’s interview I think you’re gonna love. I got to sit down with Alex Brocklehurst (she even made us a platter of goodies!) to chat about her diagnosis of cluster headaches - known to be one of the most painful types of headaches a perso…
 
It’s the final day of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and we’re back in your ears to give you the down low on the final week! In this episode we pick up where we left off last Sunday and debrief the week that was for our NZ Paralympians. Of course there’s some fun facts that I’ve learnt along the way including the role of the guides in para sport, …
 
Episode 33: Paul Forchione's Story of Living With Cerebral Palsy In this episode, Paul Forchione shares his story of living with Cerebral Palsy. He was diagbnosed with CP at 2-3 months old. The CP affects mostly his right side. He started physical therapy on a daily basis, which allowed him to learn to walk. Surgery on the tendon on the right side …
 
Good morning and happy Tuesday! It’s the last Tuesday of the month which can only mean one thing… It’s time for another That’s So episode. Today we’re chatting about the 2020 documentary film Rising Phoenix. Rising Phoenix is a documentary directed by Ian Bonhôte and Pete Ettedjui, which follows 9 Paralympians and various other insiders as they ref…
 
We don’t wish to alarm you but yes… We’re here in your podcast feed on a Sunday! What a day! It’s day 5 at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games today and I am excited to bring you this Highlights & Hype episode recapping the first week at the Games for Team NZ (and also for people who live with MS because apparently I’m also extremely biased like that h…
 
Episode 32: Hannah Budde's Story of Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Mild TBI In this episode, guest Hannah Budde shares her story with mTBI and hypermobile EDS. She also has POTS, pelvic floor dysfunction and prolapse, interstitial cystitis, craniocervical instability, asthma, and thoracic outlet syndrome. She has experienced several head in…
 
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