Healthcare from the Heart

Hormones in Harmony with Deborah Maragopoulos

In this episode of Community Health Radio, we talk to Deborah Maragopoulos, a Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in neuro-immune-endocrinology.  Also known as the Hormone Queen, Deborah became an expert in gender identity, hormones and DNA after the birth of her intersex child.  Deborah is a well respected care provider to the LGBTQ community. In our […]

Phat Girl and the Sankara Parasite with Andi Katina

In this episode of Community Health Radio, we talk to international author Andi Katina.  Having already written 20 titles, Andi was inspired to write Phat Girl and the Sankara Parasite as a way to help further the conversation about teen bullying. In our interview, Andi talks about the role parents, teachers, and other adults play […]

Managing the Medicare Open Enrollment Period

by Danielle Kunkle Roberts, Co-Founder Boomer Benefits The Annual Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP) from October 15th – December 7 is the time of year when beneficiaries can make changes to their drug plan or Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans.  It occurs because the federal government updates the premiums, deductibles and limits for Part D […]

Medicare Answers with Jae Oh

In this episode of Community Health Radio, we welcome back Jae Oh to the podcast.  Jae is one of the top national experts on Medicare and is a contributor to – powered by the second largest provider of Medicare plans in the country, Humana.  He’s also the author of the book Maximize Your Medicare. […]

The Sports Doctor with Dr. Robert Weil

In this episode of Community Health Radio we talk to Dr. Robert Weil, also known as “The Sports Doctor.”  Dr. Bob has been featured in newspapers and hosts his own radio show discussing youth sports, orthotics, and sports medicine.  Through his career he has worked with Olympic athletes and recreational athletes alike. In our interview, […]

Erase the Problem of Bullying with Jill Vanderwood

In this episode of Community Health Radio we talk to award winning author Jill Vanderwood.  After hearing about one of her grandchildren being bullied in school, Jill took that experience and combined it with her own childhood experiences of being bullied to create a new manifesto on how to erase bullying. In our interview, Jill […]

Boomer Benefits with Danielle Kunkle

In this episode of Community Health Radio, we talk to Danielle Kunkle, a founding partner of Boomer Benefits, a family-owned agency specializing in Medicare-related insurance products since 2005.   An expert in the Medicare-sector of the health insurance industry, Danielle has spoken about Medicare to hundreds of groups over the last ten years, including employer groups, […]

Do you know the ABCS for Safe Infant Sleep?

On average, almost 20 Idaho babies die in their sleep each year due to accidental suffocation, overheating, strangulation or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).  While twenty might not seem like a lot, Idaho ranks 30% higher than the national average for sudden infant deaths. Following the ABCS of Safe Infant Sleep will help keep your […]

Fit4D with David Weingard

In this episode of Community Health Radio, we talk to David Weingard CEO of Fit4D, a company focused on helping people manage diabetes and other chronic conditions.  David was inspired to launch Fit4D by his own diagnosis and the journey he took to finally manage his diabetes. In our interview, we discuss how technology is […]

Connecting Care with Shared Medical Appointments

Imagine the next time you schedule a doctor’s office visit you were given the option of meeting with a team of medical professionals for an hour.  You would be given the chance to ask questions, learn about your medical conditions, and build long term strategies for a healthy lifestyle. This is exactly what is happening […]

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