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Episode 219 – Carl David – Suicide

Carl David talks to host Craig Price about his book about suicide and suicide prevention. Suicide is an awful thing. Not only is a tragedy for the person who commits the act but the aftermath can destroy families and a leave a wake of pain affecting everyone left behind. What started as a love letter …

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Episode 212 – Ralph Peterson – Dieting

Ralph Peterson (@SpeakerRalphP on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss dieting.  Dieting is no fun regardless of how much you weigh or have to lose. It can be a nightmare of shame and feelings of failure, especially when you have to lose triple digits just to begin to be healthy. It can be tough …

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Episode 211 – Jen Rulon – Triathlons

Jen Rulon (@CoachJenRulon on twitter) discussing preparing and running triathlons with host Craig Price. Knowing Craig and the height of his exercise regime is struggling to scoop hard ice cream out of the gallon container, it would seem unlikely that a true athlete would be on the podcast. But there is a huge difference between doing …

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Episode 206 – Anastasia Turchetta – 2016 Dental Health Check-Up

Anastasia Turchetta (@AnastasiaRDH on twitter) return with host Craig Price for her Dental Health Check-Up for 2016. If it is time for the National Speakers Association’s annual convention than it must be time for Craig and Anastasia to discuss the latest in dental doings. The two recorded a facebook live video while recording the podcast and covered a slew of topics. They discuss Anastasia’s latest venture Coffee Chat’s where she interviews leaders in dentistry on stage for meetings and events.  They also discuss an antimicrobial liquid called silver diamine fluoride that can be brushed on cavities to stop tooth decay — painlessly! Though there is side effects, like black gums. How attractive. Craig  also discovers how much he is grossed out by the term e-juice. The stuff you put into e-cigs. That’s right. E-juice. That in more to get your smile up to snuff!

Anastasia can be found at http://anastasiardh.com and her weekly YouTube video Humpday Happenings can be found at http://youtube.com/AnastasiaRDH

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Episode 205 – Michael Domitrz – Can I Kiss You?

Michael Domitrz (@DateSafeProject on twitter) returns for more awkward conversation with host Craig Price about his new book “Can I Kiss You?” Ask anyone, even Craig himself, and they will say Craig isn’t the smoothest talker in the world. When you add sex into the conversation, Craig can get even more flustered. All the professional speaker gloss and polish falls away and never has is awkwardness been more on display than this episode. Thankfully, Mike Domitrz is a friend as well as an expert on consensual sex. He deftly helps Craig navigate through the conversation that touches upon (with permission of course) consensual sex among married partners, archaic social rules that no longer apply yet still are, how parents can educate their kids and so much more that it makes Craig almost break out in hives. It is an important conversation that everyone needs to have which is why Craig is proud to be able to sit with Michael once again and discuss the topics that are often not talked about but should.

You can get Michael’s new book “Can I Kiss You?: A Thought-provoking Look at Relationships, Intimacy, and Sexual Assault” at Amazon.com as well as learn more at CanIKissYou.Com.

APP BONUS: Read “The 7 Biggest Mistakes Caring Parents Make when Talking to Their Teens about Sex” as well as the first chapter of “Can I Kiss You?”. Download the free podcast app today!

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Episode 185 – Michele Payn-Knoper – Food Myths

Michele Payn-Knoper (@MPaynKnoper on twitter) returns to talk  to host Craig Price about food myths. Food is a strange thing. It’s so important to our survival but the average person doesn’t take the time to know how it gets to the store or know who the people behind the scenes really are. Of course, when a well planned marketing campaign comes out or a new study arrives, everyone has comments, even if they don’t quite know the science behind the situation. Michele and Craig discuss if bacon is cancerous, why and when hormones are used, the truth behind antibiotics as well as talking about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and why Great Pyrenees puppies are awesome (to have as pets, not to eat!). With the holidays coming up, we’ll dispel some food myths so the only worry you will have is how much pumpkin pie you should eat!

You can learn more about Michele and her corporation Cause Matters at http://causematters.com

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Episode 177 – Ann Zuccardy – Traumatic Brain Injuries

Ann Zuccardy (@AnnZuccardy on Twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss traumatic brain injuries. A slip in a german shower (No, that’s not a euphemism) sent Ann on a new path. Having to relearn things that once were simple not only was a frustration but a crash course on creativity for Ann. There was no real way to rehabilitate her injury so Ann had to figure it out on her own. Understanding how to get across the street or remembering appointments wasn’t something she could put on autopilot. Neuroplasticity became her new conversation starter! Craig and Ann talk about the accident, how she was able to comeback from the injury without much help and how her business changed for the better because of it.

You can learn more about ann at her website http://annzuccardy.com

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Episode 176 – Anastasia Turchetta – 2015 Annual Dental Health Check-Up

Anastasia Turchetta (@AnastasiaRDH on twitter) returns for host Craig Price’s annual dental health check-up. For their 5th installment, Anastasia and Craig discuss how to find an emergency dentist when travelling, they discuss a new toothbrush with over 5,000 bristles (Craig makes the clever analogy of it being like the threadcount on sheets, why interdental brushes are important and they get down and dirty about the fact that there is some serious poop on your toothbrush. Yuck!

You can learn more about Anastasia at http://www.AnastasiaTurchetta.com and follow her weekly YouTube videos “Humpday Happenings”.

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Episode 175 – Dan Nevins – Yoga

Dan Nevins (@DanNevins on twitter) returns to discuss yoga with host Craig Price. Past guest (episode 97) Dan sits down with Craig in Washington DC for what Craig thought would be an informative chat about yoga but became an emotional story of coping with depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and discovery.  Being a popular speaker for the Wounded Warrior Project, Dan was afraid to ask anyone for help when he started to get depressed because so many saw him as a role model of recovery and perseverance.  It can be hard to ask for help because just showing a crack of your humanity to others can make them think you’re really in trouble when in fact, you just need someone to listen. Thankfully Dan found yoga and it has transformed his life and has shown him new ways to heal, get over his own doubts and shame and help his fellow soldiers deal with their PTSD. Of course Craig can’t be all serious so they discuss downward dog, passing gas in class and more. He even commits to a yoga class with Dan! An unexpectedly touching, emotional and real conversation with a person who has normal struggles just like the rest of us despite his inspiring story and life. A can’t miss episode for sure.

SPECIAL EVENT: This August 20th, 2015 at 6pm EST, join Dan in Bryant Park in New York City as he attempts to break the record for the world’s largest yoga class. Go to http://flavorpill.com/nyc/event/classes/bryant-park-yoga-thursday-august-20-2015 to RSVP for this FREE class.

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Episode 158 – Dr. Robert Weil – Sports Medicine

Dr. Robert Weil (@SportsDocRadio on Twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss sports medicine. With baseball season starting this week, the ice thawing across the northern territories and the flowers blooming, spring has officially sprung. With the warming weather that means more people leaving their winter lairs and heading outside to enjoy the fresh air. That also means schools are starting their sports schedule and people are doing many outdoor activities that can lead to injuries. Craig and Dr. Weil, a sports podiatrist, discuss youth sports, hydrating properly, concussions, PEDs and how important feet can be to avoiding and treating injuries. More and more of us are getting active and sports medicine becomes more and more important. If you are active in life, take a load off and listen to this podcast today!

Dr. Robert Weil, D.P.M. specializes in podiatric medicine, orthotics and sports medicine. He can be heard weekly at http://healthylife.net and you can learn more about him at his own site http://www.sportsdoctorradio.com/

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