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Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

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United States

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Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

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@YourRadioMD

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English


Episodes

Biohacking Your Brain & COVID Long Haulers

1/4/2022
Kristen Willeumier, PhD, is a renowned neuroscientist with extensive research expertise in brain function, injury, and disorders. Kristen Willeumier, Ph.D., is a renowned neuroscientist with extensive research expertise in brain function, injury, and disorders. Dr. Willeumier holds a BA degree in psychology from Boston College, and MS degrees in physiological science and neurobiology, and a Ph.D. degree in neurobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is the founder of...

Duration:00:33:13

Nutrigenomics 101

12/7/2021
There are new fad diets every few months, but they don't work for every different body type. What if you could create a diet based on your own unique DNA?There are new fad diets every few months, but they don't work for every different body type. What if you could create a diet based on your own unique DNA? That is the basis of nutrigenomics, which is the study of the effects of food and food constituents on gene expression, and how genetic variations affect the nutritional...

Out of My Mind: (Not Quite a Memoir): A Conversation With Alan Arkin

11/2/2021
Our guest today is none other than the esteemed and beloved actor Alan Arkin! Our guest today is none other than the esteemed and beloved actor Alan Arkin! In addition to being an accomplished actor on stage and screen, Alan is an author, with his latest book being his ninth published work. In this witty and moving book Out of My Mind: (Not Quite a Memoir) Alan speaks openly about the existential crisis which brought him from analysis to the serious study of Eastern philosophy and...

Duration:00:34:46

Sugar Addiction and Detox: Its Not Just Drugs & Alcohol

10/5/2021
After getting sober 36 years ago from drugs and alcohol, Michael Collins wanted to get healthy as well. So he got off flour, caffeine, and sugar as well.After getting sober 36 years ago from drugs and alcohol, Michael Collins wanted to get healthy as well. So he got off flour, caffeine, and sugar as well. Michael Collins is the founder of SugarAddiction.com and Quit Sugar Summit, as well as the past Chairman of the Board and current Board Member of Addiction Institute, has been completely...

Duration:00:22:20

Coping with Cancer: DBT Skills to Manage Your Emotions and Balance Uncertainty with Hope

9/7/2021
If you're a regular listener, you know Dr. Holly was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. 1 in 8 women will at some point in their life.If you're a regular listener, you know Dr. Holly was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. 1 in 8 women will at some point in their life. So today we are talking about coping skills and pathways to healing with Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz. She is a psychotherapist in private practice in Mamaroneck, New York, as well as a cancer survivor and Zen...

Duration:00:23:16

Breaking The Stigma Around Depression & Anxiety

8/3/2021
After suffering from panic attacks, and battling anxiety & depression, Matana Jacobs decided it was time to help others. After suffering from panic attacks, and battling anxiety & depression, Matana Jacobs decided it was time to help others. Her Hope to Recharge Podcast brings hope and community to those who are personally struggling with depression and anxiety or have a loved one who is struggling with depression and anxiety. Each week the show hears from those who have personal...

The Better Brain: Overcome Anxiety and Combat Depression With Nutrition

7/6/2021
According to the CDC, 1 in 5 Americans suffer from some sort of mental illness, and antidepressant use has risen 65% since 1999. According to the CDC, 1 in 5 Americans suffer from some sort of mental illness, and antidepressant use has risen 65% since 1999. But what if the key to treating mental illness can’t be found at the pharmacy, but lies in the food we eat every day? Leading scientists Bonnie J. Kaplan, Ph.D., and Julia J. Rucklidge, Ph.D. reveal their groundbreaking research in THE...

The Pandemic, Resiliency, and Advocating for Women's Health

6/1/2021
Because health is a resource for everyday life and not just the objective of living, the mission of The Women’s Fund is to provide Houston area women, and girls, with the tools they need to be advocates for their health.Because health is a resource for everyday life and not just the objective of living, the mission of The Women’s Fund is to provide Houston area women, and girls, with the tools they need to be advocates for their health. Their health education classes are unique because they...

Staying Fit & Active During A Pandemic

5/4/2021
With all these lockdowns and businesses being closed, it's been difficult to stay fit during the pandemic, especially if going to the gym is part of your wellness routine.With all these lockdowns and businesses being closed, it's been difficult to stay fit during the pandemic, especially if going to the gym is part of your wellness routine. Molly Zientek is a registered nurse at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY, and she spent four years studying nursing and playing soccer at The...

Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity

4/6/2021
Have you ever been around someone just so genuine? They're in their body, they know who they are all of the time, and they just radiate this vibe. Well, today we are talking all about authenticity, with our guest Ora Nadrich.Have you ever been around someone just so genuine? They're in their body, they know who they are all of the time, and they just radiate this vibe. Well, today we are talking all about authenticity, with our guest Ora Nadrich. Ora Nadrich is the founder and president of...

Biohacking Your Brain & COVID Long Haulers

3/2/2021
Kristen Willeumier, PhD, is a renowned neuroscientist with extensive research expertise in brain function, injury, and disorders. Kristen Willeumier, Ph.D., is a renowned neuroscientist with extensive research expertise in brain function, injury, and disorders. Dr. Willeumier holds a BA degree in psychology from Boston College, and MS degrees in physiological science and neurobiology, and a Ph.D. degree in neurobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is the founder of...

Finding Gratitude and Hope in Trauma

2/2/2021
How are you doing? It's a pretty heavy question to ask someone these days given the state of the world. Well, our guest today has an incredible story to share and loss, trauma, and resiliency. How are you doing? It's a pretty heavy question to ask someone these days given the state of the world. Well, our guest today has an incredible story to share and loss, trauma, and resiliency. After suffering from a stroke in 2017, Sameer Bhide's entire life came crashing down around him. From a...

Duration:00:32:11

Working from Home: Mastering the Art of Sitting at Your Computer

1/19/2021
Working from home is more popular and possible than ever because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But whether you were doing it before or forced to because of the virus, you're probably hunched over your laptop right now reading this with a sore back.Working from home is more popular and possible than ever because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But whether you were doing it before or forced to because of the virus, you're probably hunched over your laptop right now reading this with a sore back. Dr....

Duration:00:23:15

Managing Stress in an Ayurvedic Way

1/5/2021
Stress is so pervasive right now, even if we don't see it. Not only are there the obvious stressors of the pandemic but daily, passive ones as well.Stress is so pervasive right now, even if we don't see it. Not only are there the obvious stressors of the pandemic but daily, passive ones as well. Dr. Avanti Kumar-Singh is an Ayurvedic practitioner and a former emergency medicine doctor. Listen as she tells us about her move from practicing Western medicine to the Ayurveda medicine she grew...

Duration:00:22:30

Harness the Healing Power of Nature and Travel the Road to Forgiveness

12/19/2020
Today we're talking all about forgiveness. In order to heal you must be willing to feel. The good, the bad, and all the experiences you encounter.In order to heal you must be willing to feel. The good, the bad, and all the experiences you encounter. Sara Schulting Kranz exemplifies this practice. She is a professional life and leadership coach, motivational speaker, and certified wilderness guide. She specializes in helping those who have suffered hardship or trauma to find forgiveness and...

Duration:00:25:33

A Mindful Year: 365 Ways to Find Connection and the Sacred in Everyday Life

12/15/2020
There is no better time than during this pandemic to get into mindfulness and meditation. Maybe it's a few minutes before you start your day or a moment of calm in the afternoon.There is no better time than during this pandemic to get into mindfulness and meditation. Maybe it's a few minutes before you start your day or a moment of calm in the afternoon. But if you need help getting started, and maintaining a mindfulness practice, our guest today is for you. Dr. Seth Gillihan is a licensed...

Duration:00:20:05

Staying Mentally Fit During Quarantine

12/1/2020
Remember when we all thought quarantine was going to last 2 weeks? A month, tops? Well, as we enter a winter still in some form of quarantine, we're talking about how to stay mentally fit during this ongoing pandemic. Remember when we all thought quarantine was going to last 2 weeks? A month, tops? Well, as we enter a winter still in some form of quarantine, we're talking about how to stay mentally fit during this ongoing pandemic. Dr. Gail Saltz is joining us today, she is a Clinical...

Duration:00:33:01

How To Avoid Burnout At Your New Home Office

11/17/2020
Almost a year into this pandemic now and a good chunk of us are still working from home. In fact, we may never go back to an office. Almost a year into this pandemic now and a good chunk of us are still working from home. In fact, we may never go back to an office. But as wonderful as it sounds to never deal with traffic, working in your pajamas from your bed or couch, it can lead to burning out in both physical and mental ways. Joining us to talk about home office burn out is Dr. Greg...

Duration:00:22:51

Health Benefits of Nasal Washing

11/3/2020
We here at Mindful Medicine do our best not to talk about COVID-19 too much. But, after being in this pandemic for 6 months now, it's hard not to! So today, we're talking about the health benefits of nasal washing for COVID, allergies, and much more! We here at Mindful Medicine do our best not to talk about COVID-19 too much. But, after being in this pandemic for 6 months now, it's hard not to! So today, we're talking about the health benefits of nasal washing for COVID, allergies, and much...

Duration:00:25:53

Out of My Mind: (Not Quite a Memoir): A Conversation With Alan Arkin

10/20/2020
Our guest today is none other than the esteemed and beloved actor Alan Arkin! Our guest today is none other than the esteemed and beloved actor Alan Arkin! In addition to being an accomplished actor on stage and screen, Alan is an author, with his latest book being his ninth published work. In this witty and moving book Out of My Mind: (Not Quite a Memoir) Alan speaks openly about the existential crisis which brought him from analysis to the serious study of Eastern philosophy and...

Duration:00:35:52