Interview About Tongue Tied Book with Dr. Richard Baxter [Podcast 55]

How a Tiny String Under the Tongue Impacts Nursing, Speech, Feeding, and More

In this episode, I’m excited to have with us Dr. Richard Baxter, author of the relatively new book, Tongue Tied: How a Tiny String Under the Tongue Impacts Nursing, Speech, Feeding, and More.  Download mp3 | Subscribe In this 60 minute interview, find out: What is tongue tie? What are some other names for it? […]

The Little-Known Breathing Problem That Many Doctors Miss

And It's Not Sleep Apnea, UARS, or Asthma

What if I told you that there’s something in your throat that can block your breathing 20 to 30 times every hour while sleeping, but almost never gets correctly diagnosed. This breathing problem doesn’t show up on formal sleep studies. It’s not sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome, and it’s not asthma.    The epiglottis  […]

Interview with Roger Price, Respiratory Physiologist and Integrative Health Consultant [Podcast 46]

In this episode, we have Mr. Roger Price, who has more than five decades of experience and qualifications in multiple areas of human health, giving him a unique background and ability to ‘see the big picture’, as well as to spearhead the integration of previously unconnected disciplines into a Functional Health Program. He is internationally […]

Back To The Basics: The Sleep-Breathing Paradigm [Podcast 39]

In this podcast episode, Kathy and I go back to the basics. We will talk about my sleep-breathing paradigm, the concept that all modern humans are susceptible to breathing problems during sleep to various degrees. Download mp3 Show Notes Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and […]

The Connection Between MS And Fatigue

It’s a given that if you have multiple sclerosis (MS), you’ll be tired all the time. It’s thought to be a normal part of having this condition, just like many other chronic medical conditions. But here’s an interesting study that suggests that fatigue can precede MS by up to 3 years. The researchers found that many […]