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Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dr. Jack D. Thrasher

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Jack D. Thrasher and NTEF President Angel De Fazio

Broadcast and podcast:
6-16-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 6-23-08 podcast availabe at: toxic chemicals  

What if you had a guardian angel to help protect you from chemicals that can cause health problems like asthma, seizures, tremors, dementia, and cancer. You do. The National Toxic Encephalopathy Foundation, a nonprofit organization, helps inform you and business about chemicals that can harm you and healthier alternatives to toxic chemicals. Encephalopathy of course refers to diseases affecting the brain. Toxicologist Dr. Jack Thrasher and NTEF President Angel De Fazio will probably scare you. Our intention, however, is not to freak you out but to alert you to dangers and provide healthier alternatives to products you use.  

The NTEF website is www.NTEFUSA.org Dr. Brickey’s website is www.DrBrickey.com 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky

Broadcast and podcast:
6-7-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 6-17-08 podcast availabe at: happiness 

Philosophers and authors have long shared their opinions and theories on how to be happy. Professor Sonja Lyubomirsky, however, spent two decades conducting research on happiness. Her book, The How of Happiness, uniquely bases her recommendations on research. Her findings will probably surprise you. In the first half of the show we discuss what happiness is and how much is due to genetics, circumstances, and lifestyle choices. Then we look what you can do to become happier.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Her website is www.TheHowOfHappiness.com Dr. Brickey’s website is www.DrBrickey.com

For skin care Dr. Brickey recommends www.40degreesyounger.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Mary Rose Maguire

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Mary Rose Maguire

Broadcast and podcast:
6-1-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 6-10-08 podcast availabe at: boomer-love

Perhaps you are one of about 40 million Americans singles over forty. Perhaps you would like to find true love but do not know where to start, or have given up all together. Or maybe you have a friend or relative who asks you for advice on how to meet someone. Maybe your situation is comical — like author Robert Morris, whose book  Assisted Loving describes how his 80 year old father asked him to help him find a mate, and even double date with him—which is even more bizarre as Mr. Morris says he is gay. Our guest today, Mary Rose Maguire coaches women and men over 40 in finding true love. Today she shares her strategies and secrets. Her website is www.datingrevolutionary.com Dr. Brickey’s website is www.DrBrickey.com

http://www.agelesslifestyles.com/interviews/boomer-love.mp3

 

 For skin care Dr. Brickey recommends www.40degreesyounger.com

 

 

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Sheryl Kurland

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Sheryl Kurland

Broadcast and podcast:
5-26-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 6-3-08 podcast availabe at: marriage

There are lots of how-to books and experts on what makes a marriage work. Often the authors of these books have had failed marriages. If Americans are listening to the marriage experts, it is not working as American divorce rates hover around 50%. Maybe we are asking the wrong experts. Sheryl Kurland interviewed 75 couples who have been married at least fifty years. She interviewed them as couples and interviewed them individually. She learned what these 75 real life experts have in common—and it’s not what you would think.

Her website is www.everlastingmatrimony.com   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dr. Stephen Post

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Stephen Post

Broadcast and podcast:
5-19-08 on webtalkradio.net
after 5-27-08 podcast availabe at: altruism

I remember one of the songs my twins listened to just a few years ago said, when you help someone smaller, you make you feel taller. Clergy urge us to be generous and do good deeds. But what does science say about altruism and helping others? Dr. Stephen Post has done extensive research on love and doing good. Dr. Post is a bioethics professor at Case Western Reserve University, President of the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love, and author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People. He has shown that the Fountain of Youth has been inside us all the time. And while becoming a more loving, giving person won’t make you live forever, his research shows that it will help you live a longer, healthier, happier life. In the first part of the show we will look at love, happiness, and what makes a good life. In the second part of the show we will get specific about how to live a more loving live.

 

 

In the first part of the show, we will focus on how to know what colors enhance your appearance. In the second part of the show we will look at how our ideal colors shift with age and how to stay in style. We’ll also look at issues like fit, texture, patterns, and accessories. Her website is www.whygoodthingshappen.com

http://www.agelesslifestyles.com/interviews/altruism.mp3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dawn Waldrop

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Color and Image Consultant Dawn Waldrop

Broadcast: 5-10-08 on webtalkradio.net

after 5-18-08 availabe at:  Color

 

 

 

It may not be fair but people do judge a book by its cover. And people do judge you by your appearance—even before you say a word. Your wardrobe and appearance can make you look older or younger; competent or clueless. Image and color expert Dawn Waldrop consults with and teaches business leaders and professionals on how to look their best. The result has often been promotions, raises, and increased sales. Today she is going to help you learn about how your optimal colors change with age; and how you can choose colors and styles that go with our age and lifestyle.  

In the first part of the show, we will focus on how to know what colors enhance your appearance. In the second part of the show we will look at how our ideal colors shift with age and how to stay in style. We’ll also look at issues like fit, texture, patterns, and accessories. Her website is www.best-impressions.com

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Dr. Steven Joyal

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Steven Joyal

Broadcast: 5-3-08 on webtalkradio.net

after 5-11-08 availabe at: Cardiovascular Disease

Lower you cholesterol is the mantra we hear from our doctors and the media. Not so fast says the Life Extension Foundation. They cite 14 factors that contribute to cardiovascular disease. Problems in several of these 14 areas are easily corrected with vitamins or other supplements. The Life Extension Foundation also suggests that statin medications are overemphasized and overused. I’m a big fan of the Life Extension Foundation. They think independently, their magazine, Life Extension, does an excellent job of describing their research and analyzing research, and their recommendations are often ten years ahead of mainstream medicine.

 

Our guest is Dr. Steven Joyal, Vice President of Scientific Affairs and Medical Development of the Life Extension Foundation. In the first part of the show, we will focus on what causes heart disease and arteriosclerosis and how cholesterol is just one piece of the puzzle. In the second part of the show, we will focus on practical things you can do to improve your cardiovascular health and blood tests you need to insist on getting.

 

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael Brickey

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Chef Alexander Bernard

Broadcast: 4-28-08 on webtalkradio.net

after 5-8-08 availabe at: Healthy Food at Restaurants

At home you know how fresh your food is and how it’s cooked. While one of life’s great pleasures is eating at a restaurant, how do you know whether you are getting fresh, healthy, nutritious food? What happens behind the scenes? How do you know if the Chef’s Special is the chef’s best, or yesterday’s leftovers. Is the chef loading the food with lard to make it tastier? Today’s guest, Chef Alexander Bernard knows the ins and outs of the restaurant business and will be our guide. Chef Alexander is head chef and owner of the renowned Alexander’s Restaurant in Naples Florida and is the author of the about to be released cookbook, Alexander’s Restaurant. In the first part of the show we’ll take a look at what goes on behind the scenes of a restaurant. In the second half of the show we’ll focus on practical advice on how to get nutritious, delicious foods that won’t clog your arteries or add the pounds.

Anti-Aging Psychologist, Dr. Michael BrickeyDr. Sharon Moalem

Host: Anti-Aging Psychologist Dr. Michael Brickey

Expert Guest: Dr. Sharon Moalem

Broadcast: 4-21-08 on webtalkradio.net

after 5-1-08 availabe at: What’s Good about Disease

Most of us view disease as bad. We get sick and protest how unfair it is or see the disease as an enemy we need to nuke with pills, lasers, or a surgical strike. Dr. Sharon Moalem views disease as history lesson in how our ancestors adapted to survive plagues and climate changes. He believes these history lessons can help us be healthier. Dr. Moalem has a doctorate in physiology and the emerging fields of neurogenetics and evolutionary medicine. He is also completing his medical school training at Mt. Siani hospital in New Work City. He is author of the New York Times Best Selling book: Survival of the Sickest: A Medical Maverick Discovers Why We Need Disease. In the first part of the show we will focus on how diseases help us adapt. In the second part of the show we’ll focus on how these insights can help us stay healthier and live longer.