The Partners in Health and Biz show was created to inform, educate and inspire the community to appreciate the benefits of healthy living, nutrition and exercise. In addition, we highlight business owners from various career fields to learn what makes them successful and to promote their products and services.
Take a lap in the pool. Take a hike. Sing a song. Stretch your body. Indulge in small talk whenever you can.
If you want to learn the details of why these and many other activities are the secret to aging beautifully, tune into to this episode of the Partners in Health and Biz podcast show.
Spy a sparrow, snack on watermelon, chill your chair, sip a lemonade nightcap. You'll the tips and tricks for a more beautiful, healthier you, during this episode.
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If you've been working out every day, doing cardio aerobics to lose weight and tighten and firm your body, you may have noticed that your efforts are somewhat disappointing. Aerobics may be good for your heart, brain, and muscles, but if you want to actually change the shape of your body, strength training combined with low to moderate cardio workouts is the way to go.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she leads you through the steps of reshaping your body and becoming totally fit and firm.
If you're new to Medicare, the first thing you need to know is that you have 2 main ways to get your Medicare coverage - Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) and Medicare Advantage - Part C.
If you're close to age 65, but not getting Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board benefits, you'll need to sign up for Medicare. Contact Social Security 3 months before you turn 65. You can also apply for Part A and Part B at socialsecurity.gov/benefits/medicare or 1-877-772-5772.
After signing up for Medicare, contact licensed Medicare agent Gail Dixon-McBride to learn more about any additional Medicare benefits you may be entitled to: 1-855-7070-481.
June is Men's Health month, so in recognition of our wonderful men, I present this show to encourage all men to take good care of their prostate health.
BPH — or benign prostatic hyperplasia — is the medical term for an enlarged prostate (the prostate is the male sex gland that produces the fluid for semen. An enlarged prostate is not cancerous and is the most common prostate health problem among men over 50.
How common is it? Half of all men between the ages of 50 and 60 will develop it, and by the age of 80 about 90% of men will have BPH.
The symptoms of BPH may be uncomfortable and may include frequent urination, incomplete emptying of the bladder, a weak urine stream, or difficulty starting urination.
Tune in this Saturday, or at your leisure, to learn how men can learn the signs of BHP, Prostate Cancer, and Prostatitis, and how to stay healthy as you age.
Dioxane, Formaldehyde, Triclosan, Phthalates, are all chemical preservatives that may be lurking in your every day cosmetics like shampoos, lotions nail polish, etc.
The bottom line is what you don't know about the ingredients in your cosmetics can most definitely harm you and your family.
What's really disturbing is that most personal care products that contain ingredients such as the ones mentioned, don't even list them on the label.
Join Partners in Health and Biz podcast host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares a few of the most commonly found toxic ingredients that are most likely in your cosmetics, and how these chemicals could be negatively affecting your health.
Bottled water is more expensive than you may think. Did you know that most bottled waters are really tap water?
The EPA requires local regulators to notify the public immediately if any contaminate posing a threat to human health exceeds its maximum levels, which is how the decision to issue boil orders and other warnings is made.
By contrast, bottled water is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, and tested weekly. Manufacturers must remove excess contaminants, but they're not required to tell the public if and when they're found!
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride and discover why tap water is USUALLY the better choice.
Visit any grocery store and you will find rows of various types of bottle water - mainly are sold in packages of 24 - 40 bottles, in each plastic-sealed pack. Many people believe that botted water is safer and healthier to drink than tap water.
However, after listening to this show, you will probably change your mind.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride and discover why tap is usually the better choice, and why bottled water is more expensive than you think! Learn about "Pandora's Bottle", the expense, the waste and the safety.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a wonderful time to ask yourself, "How am I really doing Mentally and Emotionally?
Are you depressed? Are you routinely sad? Do you suffer from frequent bouts of insomnia? Do you have thoughts of suicide? Do you feel that you're worthless? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it's time for you to make an appointment to talk to, or see your doctor.
2020 was a difficult year for all of us who endured the difficulties and tragedies of the Covid-19 pandemic. It's now time for you to come out of hiding and get a complete physical exam, and from there, a possible referral from your doctor to see a mental health provider.
Tune into Partners in Health and Biz with talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares what you need to know about mental health, and why taking care of your mental and emotional health is so important.
Aside from assisting in a better night's sleep, tart cherry juice has multiple health benefits. An eight-ounce serving contains 62 percent of our daily vitamin A needs, 40 percent of vitamin C, and 14 percent of manganese.
Dehydration can prevent people from sleeping deeply, and cantaloupes provide enough water to combat this. Cantaloupes also supply almost 100% of your daily requirements for vitamins A and C. These minerals act as antioxidants that help you sleep soundly.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares the last 21 foods of 40, that will help you get a better night's sleep.
Listen to part 1 of this episode to learn the first 19 foods for a better night's sleep!
It's no secret that many people suffer with insomnia. Some people have trouble falling asleep, and others wake up multiple times during the night.
But did you know that there are certain types of food that we should eat during the day and before going to bed at night that can effect your quality of sleep, how long it takes you to fall asleep, and whether you will be able to sleep soundly throughout the night?
No need for sleeping pills and night caps!
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares some of the many foods that have been scientifically proven to help you get a better night's sleep.
Vitamin D is a nutrient we ingest (from food or supplement) and our bodies synthesize (from sunlight; skin contains a "precursor" molecule that is transformed into vitamin D when exposed to UVB rays).
Research suggests that vitamin-D deficiency may be on reason people get colds and flu in winter, when it's difficult for the body to get enough sunshine to make sufficient D.
The vitamin's immune boosting power may also help explain the protective relationship between sufficient D levels and reduced risk of cancer.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares the latest research on Vitamin D and how important it is for you.
Sometimes you need a little help to chill out when you're on edge, overstretched, or a bundle of nerves. Enter essential oils, which have the power to soothe stress with certain scents.
What are essential oils?
Essential oils are highly concentrated aromatic plant extracts. They're generally derived through steam distillation and are much stronger than the flowers, herbs or trees they come from. Hundreds or even thousands of pounds of a plant can go into making just one pound of its essential oil.
Tune into the Partners in Health and Biz podcast this week. Join host Gail Dixon-McBride and learn how to use essential oils, and which essential oils are best for soothing stress.
It's time we all started to relax, de-stress and pamper ourselves. Don't let the pandemic get you down and steal your joy!
During this episode of Partners in Health and Biz, you will learn about at-home spa treatments, do-it-yourself aromatherapy creations, facials, the beauty of massages, and the essence of enhancing hydrotherapy in your own shower.
Certain health habits can't fall by the wayside forever.
Ask yourself: When was my last doctor's appointment? Am I getting a consistent, good night's sleep? Do my favorite activities still give me joy?
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she walks you through why these questions and answers should be your top priority when checking your mind, body, spiritual, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Getting a Hysterectomy can change your life, and not always for the better. There are newer options to treat bleeding and pain that currently exist, yet many women and doctors are still going for the nuclear option...Unnecessarily.
Hysterectomies are the second-most common surgery among women of reproductive age in the U.S., and one of the most controversial.
Black women are 2.4 times more likely to have a hysterectomy than white women.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride and learn about your possible and various options to having a hysterectomy.
Omega 3s may help lower levels of inflammation, reduce the risk of high blood pressure and diabetes, and improve symptoms of depression, anxiety and even ADHD. Omega 3s may also help alleviate joint pain and psoriasis, as well as offer help with conditions ranging from asthma to macular degeneration and even cancer.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as she shares a variety of health and wellness tips and tricks from how to get a good nights sleep, to menopause remedies and natural joint pain aids.
Tune in this Saturday on Anchor.fm.
March is Colorectal Cancer Screening Awareness Month. If you are not getting tested periodically by having a colonoscopy, you are risking the possibility of slowly developing colon cancer. Colon or Colorectal cancer in most cases can be prevented by going to the doctor for your yearly preventive exams and talking to your doctor about any abnormal or consistent stomach pain or unusual changes in your bowel movements. Tune in to Partners in Health and Biz, with your host Gail Dixon-McBride and learn the signs and warning signals that may indicate a growing intestinal problem. To learn more about health and wellness and/or to be a guest on the Partners in Health and Biz radio show, visit: www.partnersinhealth.biz or email:email@example.com.
Lots of people lose themselves in their relationships, but not you. Not this time.
In this episode we discuss how to grow as a couple at any stage, without compromising your dreams.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon-McBride as we delve into a few of the do's and don'ts that will lead to a long-lasting and successful relationship.
Consider this Couple's Therapy 101.