Breaking the Cycle of Addiction + The Allergy Book

Lisa Sue Woititz, coauthor of Unwelcome Inheritance.
Break your family’s cycle of addictive behavior.
Issues: How alcoholism and addiction affect the whole person; characteristics of adult children of addicts; codependency and addictive thinking; learning from your family history; breaking the cycle of addiction; breaking the cycle of anger and resentment.

Robert Sears, coauthor of The Allergy Book.
Solving your child’s allergies, asthma, food sensitivities, and related problems.
Issues: Allergy testing; nasal allergies and the asthma connection; wheat and gluten sensitivity; the importance of probiotics in a healthy immune system; preventing allergies before they happen.

The Myth of Autism + Developing Loving Relationships + The Dangers of Food Additives

[amazon asin=1616081716&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Michael Goldberg, author of The Myth of Autism.
Topic: How a misunderstood epidemic is destroying our children.
Issues: The epidemic of autism—we’ve gone from 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 110 in just 30 years; autism is not a psychological or developmental condition—it’s actually a medical disease that attacks the brain’s immune system, and can be cured.

[amazon asin=B000W5MHY0&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Frank Lawlis, author of Mending the Broken Bond.
Topic: Developing a loving relationship with your child in 90 days.
Issues: Being the role model your child needs you to be; using empathy to resolve problems; learning when and how to forgive; channeling your child’s energy through diet, breathing exercises, and calming activities.

[amazon asin=0965110508&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Jane Hersey, author of Why Can’t My Child Behave?
Topic: How foods and additives affect children’s behavior
Issues: Understanding the effects of additives, including asthma, depression, developmental delays, and autism; easy ways to eliminate additives.

On the Horizon: Health News You’ll Be Hearing about Soon

It often seems that there’s a new breakthrough in medicine almost every day—sometimes even more often. Here are several discoveries that, while in the early stages, are showing a lot of promise. We’ll keep you up to date on how these discoveries develop. Fish oil supplements could reduce the damage done by stress. Researcher recruited […]

Empty Nest Blues + Invasions of Privacy + Asthma and Allergies + Healing Childhood Epidemics

[amazon asin=B00AB0XRCW&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 1: Bruce Sallan, author of The Empty-Nest Road Trip Blues .
Topic: Taking a child to college—from the dad’s point of view.
Issues: An 8-day, 3000-mile father-son trip to talk about life, the future, and the past.

[amazon asin=1588168581&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 2: Davin Coburn, author of Who’s Spying on You?.
Topic: The looming threat to your privacy, identity, and family in the digital age.
Issues: How to prevent every move from being tracked on your smartphone; which phones offer the most protection; how avoiding EZpass, Zigbee wireless devices , and Android phones can help protect privacy; how to keep medical and pharmaceutical records private and avoid identity theft; warning signs of hacking or compromised security.

Guest 3: Robert Dietz an allergist and spokesman for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
Topic: Asthma and allergies.
Issues: The increase in children suffering from asthma and allergies; treatment options; free asthma screenings nationwide (for info see

[amazon asin=0345494512&template=thumbnail&chan=default]Guest 4: Kenneth Bock, author of Healing the New Childhood Epidemics.
Topic: ADD and autism.
Issues: The huge increase in the number of children diagnosed with ADD and autism; understanding the roles that diet, lifestyle, and toxins play in causing ADD and autism; prescription and non-prescription solutions that can reduce or eliminate symptoms.

Wondering Why Asthma Rates Are So High? Might Be Your Grandma’s Fault

Ever heard of epigenetics? If not, don’t worry–most people haven’t. Broadly speaking, the field of epigenetics maintains that something that happens to you during your lifespan might be passed on to your offspring–and, more importantly, to your grandkids. [Read more…]

Enjoying Your Empty Nest + Overcoming Breathing Problems + Secrets of Happily Married Women + The Mother Factor

[amazon asin=1452105979&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Christie Mellor, author of Fun without Dick and Jane.
Topic: A guide to a delightfully empty nest.
Issues: Handling the initial adjustment period after the kids leave home; how to say “goodbye”; how to get your little darling to stay in touch—without begging; how to cope when he or she comes home for the Holidays, spring break, and maybe even for several years.

[amazon asin=981435497X&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Nina Shapiro, author of Take a Deep Breath.
Topic: Clearing the air for the health of your child.
Issues: Why 80-90% of children will have a breathing problem at some point during childhood; which breathing problems are truly worrisome and which are perfectly normal; getting a clearer understanding of what’s really going on when your child breathes in and out.

[amazon asin=047040180X&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Scott Haltzman, author of Secrets Of Happily Married Women.
Topic: How to get more out of your relationship by doing less.
Issues: Understanding men’s and women’s different communication styles; identifying your husband’s strengths; why trying to change your husband won’t work.

[amazon asin=1591026075&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 4: Stephan Poulter, author of The Mother Factor.
Topic: How your mother’s emotional legacy impacts your life.
Issues: The five major styles of mothering; the indelible impression our mother makes on the person we become; the unspoken rules that guide or work, relationships, emotions, and independence.