Sunday, April 07, 2013
Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter? These are the questions that author and women’s health expert Marcelle Pick asks herself at the end of each day.
It is, truly, the ability to live, love and matter, that brings vitality to our daily lives.
We hope you enjoy today’s discussion on vitality—spiritual, mental and physical—with women's health expert Marcelle Pick, author of The Core Balance Diet and Is it Me or is it My Hormones?, Michael Komich and Emily Manter of the Cheverus Safe Passage support team, and naturopathic physician Dr. Masina Wright. Thank you so much for listening and for giving us a chance to help you live, love and matter.
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Marcelle Pick, M.S.N., OB/GYN NP, author of The Core Balance Diet and Is It Me or My Adrenals? and newly published Is it Me or My Hormones?, co-founded Women to Women with a vision to change women’s health care. The clinic pioneered the combination of alternative and conventional medicine and continues to use functional medicine to treat illness and help women make life choices to prevent disease. Women to Women treats thousands of women from around the world each year.
Marcelle Pick earned a B.S. in Nursing and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire, and an M.S. in Nursing from Boston College–Harvard Medical School. Certified as a nurse practitioner for both OB/GYN and pediatrics, Pick has served as a medical advisor to Healthy Living magazine, lectures on a variety of topics, and appears regularly on radio and television to discuss women’s health. Her radio show, Core Balance for Women’s Health, airs weekly on Hay House Radio, and she writes a bimonthly newsletter that is featured on womentowomen.com. Pick is also a member of the advisory board for the renowned Hoffman Institute.
Our second interview features a conversation with Emily Mater and Michael Komich of the Cheverus High School Safe Passage support team.
Dr. Wright is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Maine and Ontario. Trained to understand the intricacies of modern health, she is sophisticated and yet intuitive in her approach, cutting edge and yet traditional. With a special interest in hormonal wellness and stress management, Dr. Wright is skilled in the art and science of health care.
Individual interviews with our guests are available here.
Join us next Sunday, April 14th, for the next Dr. Lisa Radio Hour & Podcast. Our guests will be University of New England Parkinson's Disease Researcher Dr. Jim Cavanaugh and Jaclyn Morrill of the Medically Oriented Gym.