Surprising Health & Sleep Benefits of 3 Common Ingredients [Ask Dr. Park]

Ask Dr. Park Webinar

Vitamin D, tumeric, and black seed have significant anti-inflammatory, anti-clotting, anti-arthritis, and anti-cancer properties. They also have evidence for use in COVID19 showing significant survival benefits. There is also strong evidence for their effectiveness against coronavirus infections. Here are the topics/questions and timestamps: 1:00   What does it mean to be healthy?  2:30   Definition of […]

Ask Dr. Park: State of the Art on Obstructive Sleep Apnea [podcast+video]

In this episode of Ask Dr. Park, Dr. Park gives a 30-minute presentation on the state of the art on obstructive sleep apnea, after which he takes live questions. Questions answered include: Do you see the Homeobloc as an effective treatment for OSA/UARS? What are the clinical guidelines for pediatric sleep disorders? Is it normal […]

Interview with James Nestor, Author of NY Times Best-Seller, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art [Podcast #92]

Please join me as I welcome James Nestor, author of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal,  and LA Times best-selling book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. He will reveal the following: How and why did you write this book? How did you end up volunteering for a Stanford experiment to plug […]

The Surprising Link Between Vitamin D and the Sleep Neurotransmitter Acetylcholine [Podcast #91]

Interview With Doctor Stasha Gominak

Please join me on this fascinating interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, where she will give us an update on Vitamin D and the gut biome. Dr. Gominak’s two past interviews were two of the most popular downloaded podcast episodes. In this 84 minute interview, she will discuss: How vitamin D is linked to acetylcholine, an important […]

How Mouth Breathing May Put You At Risk for Viral Infections

In his classic book, Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life (1870), American painter George Catlin described a correlation between pre-civil war Native Americans who were mouth breathers and various chronic illnesses. In a 30 year span (1830 to 1860), he visited over 150 Native tribes in North, Central, and South America.  Catlin observed that […]