Special Guest Dr. Chris Gorman, The Optimal Performance Doctor to Appear on the June Runaway Mind Radio Show!


(PRWEB) June 06, 2012

On June 16, 2012 at 6:00 pm PST Andy Behrman the author of Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania, published by Random House will be appearing as the host of the Runaway Mind Show on Blog talk Radio!

As far as manic-depressive tales go, Andy Behrmans story is typical. His illness went undiagnosed for a decade, a period of euphoric highs and desperate lows highlighted by $ 25,000 shopping sprees, impetuous trips to Tokyo, Paris and Milan, drug and alcohol binges, days without sleep, sex with strangers and jail time. After seeing 8 psychiatrists, Andy finally received a diagnosis of bipolar disorder on his 32d birthday. Over the next year and a half, he was treated unsuccessfully with more than 30 medications. Andy’s suburban New Jersey upbringing, achievements as a film major at Wesleyan and a thriving career in public relations wouldnt help.

Runaway Mind is excited to host as the June special guest Dr. Chris Gorman, The Optimal Performance Doctor for the Runaway Mind Radio Show (click here to listen). Dr. Gorman will speaking about the stigma of mental illness and more than just how to “stop” the stigma. Dr. Gorman is Secretary of BC Psychiatric Association, Co-Host of Color Commentary/Condition of the Day – Beautiful Minds Radio (http://www.beautifulmindsradio.org) and a happily married, proud father of four amazing children.

In San Diego, California Dr. Gorman practiced his optimal performance approach to psychiatry in a variety of settings and was a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of California, San Diego. As Medical Director of the Palomar Intensive Outpatient program in San Marcos he provided care to an under-serviced population. His private practice in Rancho Santa Fe allowed him to focus on providing high quality treatment, for recovery of conditions that high-performance people experience. Some of his most educational and rewarding work occurred during contracts that took him to a Methadone Clinic in Los Angles and the Mentally Ill Offenders Crime Reduction Program for the San Diego Sheriffs Department. Prior to practicing in San Diego, Dr. Gorman was the Medical Director of the inpatient unit at Rockyview Hospital and the Bipolar Clinic at Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Canada.

Andy Behrman is a mental health writer and speaker who has traveled to more than fifty cities across the United States and Canada, Andy speaks to more than two hundred mental health organizations and support groups, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, college audiences, and book clubs, frequent contributor to mental health websites including “Healthline.” He has appeared on Anderson Cooper 360, NPR Radio and on the cover of Bipolar Magazine. http://www.electroboy.com Electroboy is currently being made in to a feature film.

(If you missed the May radio show click here to listen as Maggie Reese, author of “Runaway Mind, My Own Race with Bipolar Disorder” talks with her Mother, Father and Sister about how the family dealt with getting through Maggie’s Bipolar Disorder. For anyone or any family going through the challenge of dealing with mental illness this show is a must listen!)

To order the book “Runaway Mind, My Own Race with Bipolar Disorder”, learn more about Maggie Reese and hear previous episodes of the On the Runaway Mind Radio Show go to her website at http://www.runawaymind.net. You may also follow her and post questions on facebook.com/RunawayMind. Watch her videos of how Maggie gets through her daily life on her YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/runawaymindbook.







High-Deductible Plans Do Not Promote Cheaper Health Care

High-Deductible Plans Do Not Promote Cheaper Health Care
Patients with consumer-directed health plans — which have low premiums and high deductibles — paid roughly the same amount for care as individuals with traditional health plans, according to a study co-authored by researchers from the University of …
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Consultants Recommend Creation of Specialized Prison Health Division
In 2006, U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson ruled that federal oversight of the state's prison health care system was needed after determining that an average of one inmate per week died as a result of medical malpractice or neglect (California …
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Northern Calif. Hospitals Among Recipients of UnitedHealthcare Grants
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States Need Waiver To Privatize Medicaid Expansion, HHS Says

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States that want to use federal funds to shift Medicaid-eligible residents into private health plans — an approach that several states are considering as an alternative to participating in the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion — would have to …
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Duals Demonstration Gets Green Light
CMS and California health officials yesterday announced they agree on a framework for the launch of the duals demonstration project starting as soon as October. About 456,000 Californians who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medi-Cal coverage in …
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Changes Set Stage for 'Shakeout' of Medical Suppliers, Services
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Today’s Healthy Woman Program Set May 17

Struthers, OH (PRWEB) May 09, 2012

Today’s Healthy Woman Program is an informative evening designed especially for women and their health concerns.

Health care professionals Nancy Gantt, M.D., Barb Modic, M.D., Kathie Nelson, M.D., Darrell Grace, D.O., and Juli Dulay, R.N., will present information on menopause, hypertension, obesity and breast health.

The informal setting will also allow those in attendance to discuss their own health concerns.

This special event is free and open to the public with reservations required. A light supper will be served.

It will be held at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 17, at St. Nicholas Church Hall, 764 Fifth St., Struthers.

For more information or to register, call the Humility of Mary Healthline at 330-480-3151 or toll-free at 1-877-700-4647.







Healthline Networks Names Consumer Health Expert Irene McGee as Director of Marketing for Healthline.com

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2012

Healthline Networks, one of the largest and fastest-growing providers of health information services, today announced it hired Irene McGee as director of marketing for Healthline.com. She is responsible for positioning and marketing Healthline.com across a variety of channels, including paid and organic search, social, and direct marketing.

Prior to Healthline, McGee was the co-founder and editor of FYI Living, a health and wellness news website dedicated to debunking false health information. FYI Living turned peer-reviewed research studies into simple to understand summaries. McGee oversaw a writing team of 50 medical writers, science writers, and nutritionists; managed the production of more than 2,000 articles; and optimized all content for SEO and social media. Before starting FYI Living, McGee served as a creative consultant for various web companies to help with brand positioning, strategic partnerships, content development, and more.

Irene brings unique experience in understanding consumers health mindset, developing content which is truly unique and effective at connecting and making a difference for consumers and then tapping into the Webs natural marketing channels to get great content noticed, said David Kopp, EVP of Consumer Media for Healthline Networks. Were happy to have her on board to continue our mission of improving consumer health with effective information.

McGee started her career in media. She produced and hosted various talk radio and web shows. She holds a bachelors degree from Georgetown University and a masters degree in broadcast communication from San Francisco State University.

My goal of giving consumers access to healthcare information they can trust all while being presented in a language they can understand perfectly aligns with what Healthline is doing for millions of consumers, said McGee. Healthline.com is one of the most trusted medical information resources available to consumers today and Im looking forward to pushing that message out to more people.

About Healthline Networks

Healthline Networks is one of the fastest growing providers of intelligent health information services, enabling consumers and providers to make more confident, informed healthcare decisions. The company’s proprietary semantic healthcare taxonomy, the largest of its kind, powers a suite of intelligent health search, content and advertising services. Combining advanced search technology with deep medical expertise, Healthline partners with a network of trusted destination sites that include publishers, portals, search engines, employers and health plans. Headquartered in San Francisco and named to Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 in 2010 and 2011, Healthline is backed by Aetna, Comcast Ventures, GE, Investor Growth Capital, Kaiser Permanente, Reed Elsevier, U.S. News & World Report, and VantagePoint Capital Partners. For more information, visit http://www.healthlinenetworks.net







Cosmetic Makeover Breakthrough: Scupltra

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www.dcdermdocs.com As seen in this story profiling Dr. Dale Isaacson of Washington, DC, Scupltra is a non-surgical comsetic enhancer that helps patients overcome the effects of aging. Made of the same synthetic matierial used in dissolvable stitches, it naturally stimulates collegen development. Perfect for restoring lost volume in the face. injected below the surface of the skin to correct the effects of fat loss. Sunken cheeks, indentations, and hollow eyes regain lost volume over time by Sculptra’s ability to promote production of your body’s natural collagen in the treated areas. This process of natural-restructure of the skin continues long after the course of treatment has been completed. Sculptra provides a gradual and significant increase in skin thickness, improving the appearance of folds and sunken areas. For most people who participated in a clinical study, the treatment results lasted for up to two years after the first treatment session.