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Celebrities and Medical Speakers on Mental Health Topics
Below is a partial listing of celebrities we represent on the topic of Mental Health. To discuss your personal needs and receive our top choices for your consideration, please contact Karen. Phone: 614.580.6862 or email: Karen@SpeakersOnHealthcare.com
Meredith Baxter
Meredith Baxter
(Topics: Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Cancer), One of TV's favorite mothers, Meredith appeared on the popular show, "Family Ties". While performing critically acclaimed comedic and dramatic roles in TV and over 50 movies, Meredith Baxter also battled alcoholism, breast cancer, domestic abuse, and other challenges while raising five children. Now a cancer survivor, successful entrepreneur, and recovering alcoholic for 20 years, she also released her memoir, "Untied". From fame to floundering and back, she offers an inspiring story of courage, hope, self-acceptance and happiness. Her upbeat, winning style that earned her the admiration of fans is now a part of her presentation to audiences across the country.

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Mollie Birney
Mollie Birney
(Topic: Addiction) From the ages of 14 to 22, Mollie Birney battled a vicious eating disorder. Growing up in Los Angeles, she was affected by the constant barrage of messages and learned the tricks of purging, compulsive exercising and the language of calories. Her celebrity mother, who starred in the hit TV show, "Family Ties," constantly struggled with food and weight issues and later with alcoholism, and Mollie's own eating disorder spun out of control. She sunk into depression before seeking treatment for her addiction. Now eight years in recovery, Mollie is a counselor in the addiction recovery field and speaks throughout America to schools and treatment center groups.

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Terri Cheney
Terri Cheney
(Topics: Bipolar Disorder; Mental Health Advocate) Hollywood entertainment lawyer and author of two books, Terri Cheney wrote a searing account of her struggles dealing with mental illness and bipolar disorder. Her book, "Manic" became a New York Times best-seller and was optioned by HBO. Her new book, "The Dark Side of Innocence -- Growing Up Bipolar" has also received rave reviews. As a lawyer, she addresses mental health in ou

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Tony Dow
Tony Dow
(Topics: Depression, Mental Health Advocacy), Few Hollywood celebrities have a more compelling story than Tony Dow. A two time cancer survivor who also has successfully battled depression, the former star of "Leave It To Beaver" has been an advocate for mental health for many years. He has testified before Congress, was a spokesperson at the national convention of the National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association, and was the subject of a documentary on KQED-TV about the stigma that surrounds mental illness. Dow has made tremendous progress and his story is inspiring to all audiences.

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Susan Ford Bales
Susan Ford Bales
(Topics: Family Substance Abuse; Cancer, Heart Disease) Presidential daughter and advocate for awareness of substance abuse, breast cancer and her own experience with heart disease. .The daughter of former President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford, Susan Ford Bales' adolescence was spent in the White House during one of the most turbulent times in American history. In addition to speaking about living in the White House, Bales also addresses the impact of substance abuse on her family. She is also one of the nation's most visible advocates for breast cancer awareness, and shares her own story of experiencing cardiac arrest in 2010.

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Kim Hume
Kim Hume
(Topic: Substance Abuse) Emmy Award Winner, Kim Hume, was founding Washington Bureau Chief for Fox News Channel and wife of Fox News' Brit Hume, tells her harrowing tale of addiction, redemption and success during a life on the front lines of national television news, covering key political stories of the last 3 decades. She forged an unlikely success while struggling with life threatening addiction in her teens and twenties and then survived sobriety through triumph and tragedy. Fueled by her growing faith, Hume finds herself, at last, living a happy, normal and peaceful life."

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John Larroquette
John Larroquette
(Topic: Substance Abuse), In 1973, Larroquette decided that acting was what he should be doing. Smalll movie parts gave way to his breakthrough in 1983 with the role of philandering but harmless prosecutor Dan Fielding on the hit sitcom "Night Court," a part that earned him four consecutive Emmy Awards. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he got his own series, "The John Larroquette Show." It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. Since then John has appeared on "Boston Legal", hosted the A&E show, "The incurable Collector", "The Librarians" and is currently starring on the sitcom, "Me, Myself and I" on CBS.

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Christopher Kennedy Lawford
Christopher Kennedy Lawford
(Topic: Substance Abuse, Mental Health,) As the first born child of famous Rat Pack actor Peter Lawford and Patricia Kennedy, Lawford grew up with presidents and movie stars as close relatives and personal friends. Lawford offers a poignantly honest portrayal of his life as a Kennedy, the lessons learned from the legacy of coming from wealth, and a heartbreaking account of his near fatal addictions to alcohol and narcotics and ultimately, the redemption he found by asserting his own independence. He also addresses the "quiet crisis" of substance abuse affecting the aging population, and the latest research on addiction & co-dependency.

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Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez
( Topic: Substance Abuse, Inspiration, Overcoming Obstacles) Best known to the American public as "the voice that healed a nation" - the 9/11 Singing Policeman, and America's Beloved Tenor. Rodriguez has survived two major life dramas - that fateful September morning while on his shift for the NYPD and his earlier triumph over the full-blown alcoholism and narcotic use that nearly destroyed his life. Daniel tells his compelling story with humor, wit and yes, some stirring music that inspired the nation post 9/11. He went on to receive the "Best Performance by a Leading Male" by OperaOnine and appeared on shows such as "The Late Show with David Letterman," "Larry King Live," "Live with Regis and Kelly," "The Tonight Show" and "Oprah."

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Kevin Shird
Kevin Shird
(Topics: Substance Abuse; Mental Health) Author of Lessons of Redemption, Kevin tells his incredible story of the gritty truth of inner-city neighborhoods, living with substance abusing parents, his entanglement in drug trafficking, his 12 years in jail and how he re-established himself as a loving father, citizen and strong advocate for helping to ensure better lives for others. He is a testament to how one can literally walk through fire and emerge on the other side.

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Lucinda Bassett
Lucinda Bassett
Few people have witnessed as many traumatic life experiences as mental health expert and CEO, Lucinda Bassett. From parental alcoholism, sexual molestation, numerous family deaths, and her husband's suicide, Lucinda has drawn on her pain, anxiety and emotional distress to create a powerful message of motivation, hope and inner peace. The author of four books on mental health including the best-seller, From Panic To Power," Lucinda has appeared as a guest on national TV shows including "Oprah" and "The View," and "Live With Regis and Kelly." Lucinda moves audiences with her powerful stories of loss and success and inspires them to conquer their own fears and tragedies and find happiness in their lives.

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Augusten Burroughs
Augusten Burroughs
(Topics: Addiction, Mental Health) Augusten Burroughs' memoir, "Running with Scissors" about his bizarre, shattered childhood, was a publishing phenomenon, with three years on the NY Times best-selling list. It later became the successful movie, starring Alec Baldwin. His subsequent books, including "Dry" about his battle with addiction, was also an instant success. He is a popular guest on TV talk shows, and his writings have appeared in top publications and newspapers around the world. He has been twice voted to Entertainment Weekly's "Funniest People in America."

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Ellen Burstyn
Ellen Burstyn
(Topics: Substance Abuse; Family Depression, Domestic Violence) With an illustrious career encompassing stage, film, and television, Ellen Burstyn won the Tony Award as "Best Actress" for her starring role in "Same Time, Next Year," but it was her Academy Award-winning performance in "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" for which Burstyn is best known. Lecturing throughout the country on a wide range of topics, Burstyn is especially committed to women's health issues and domestic violence awareness. She also shares her personal story of overcoming substance abuse and dealing with a family member who suffered from depression.

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Judy Collins
Judy Collins
(Topics: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Depression, Suicide)) Few artists have the staying power as music icon, Judy Collins. An artist who has reached the highest pinnacles of creative success with her top ten hits, Grammy nominations, gold and platinum status and best-selling books during the past 40 years. Even as one of the most gifted artists of our time, she has faced adversity. As a keynote speaker, Collins breaks down the barriers of helplessness and secrecy to openly discuss the path of clarity and hope through her battle with alcoholism and depression and her son's suicide. Judy Collins draws the world to her remarkable talent through her versatility and sensitivity.

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Tara Conner
Tara Conner
(Addiction, Child Abuse, Depression, Mental Health Advocate) Former Miss USA, Television Host and Mental Health Advocate, Tara Conner shares her childhood, including being sexually abused, and how the perfect storm of her life led her to drinking and drugs at age 13. Winning the Miss USA title at the Miss Universe Contest, actually made her face her demons and the disease and got her into treatment. After her very public struggle with addiction, she has shared her experience with audiences all over the US to raise awareness and help others.

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Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper
(Topics: Mental Health Advocate; Suicide) Anderson Cooper 360, a fast-paced weeknight news program, affords Anderson the platform to address the issues facing Americans today. He's faced quite a few himself. Born into a family of wealth and fame, watching his father die during open heart surgery after a series of heart attacks, and living through the tragedy of losing his older brother to suicide brought Anderson to a better understanding of loss and survival. He chronicled his stories in his best-seller Dispatches from the Edge.

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Laurie Dhue
Laurie Dhue
(Topic: Substance Abuse) Veteran broadcast journalist and host of the investigative program "For the Record" on TheBlaze TV. - For more than 15 years, anchor Laurie Dhue lived a double life, struggling with acute alcoholism while holding down several high profile broadcasting jobs for Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC. Her addiction nearly killed her-- until one day she decided to save her life. She has been clean and sober for more than six years and shares her experience, strength and hope to help shed light on a disease that affects tens of millions of Americans. By overcoming her greatest fear, living without alcohol, Laurie is a testament to the power of determination, willingness, honesty and love. Happy, joyous and free, Laurie is living a life beyond her wildest dreams, thanks to her journey of recovery. Her courageous story will inspire you!

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Linda Ellerbee
Linda Ellerbee
(Topics: Substance Abuse; Cancer) Enlightening and entertaining audiences for more than 25 years, Linda Ellerbee is best known as the former anchor of the late-night news program "NBC News Overnight" who is now producer of the highly-acclaimed "Nick News" on Nickelodian. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, Ellerbee underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy, and has since been telling her story of living with breast cancer. Using her trademark wit and wisdom, she describes the often amusing yet always heartfelt reactions of her friends, family and colleagues when they heard of her diagnosis. Her personal story of battling the disease is a source of inspiration and strength to many.

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David Feherty
David Feherty
(Topics: Addiction, Depression, Mental Health Advocate) Feherty's sharp wit and colorful personality have made him golf's favorite TV announcer. A former professional golfer on the European and PGA Tours, he is now with NBC Sports and premiered his own primetime talk show on The Golf Channel in 2011. A mental health advocate, Feherty is open about his struggle with addiction and depression saying, "Far too many people are owned by addiction and devastated by depression. There's such a stigma attached to mental illness that they're afraid to get help".

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Robert Hall
Robert Hall
Topics: Disabilities, Mental Health Advocate) Robert David Hall is best known for his role as the coroner on CSI:Crime Scene Investigation on CBS,. His disabled-specific role was initially for one episode but was expanded immediately due to his popularity. Since this monumental success, he has become an impassioned spokesperson on the importance of hiring actors with disabilities. He has testified before Congress and served as a national board member and chair on the Performers With Disabilities Committee. He Had both legs amputated after suffering burns over 65% of his body, the result of his car being crushed by an 18-wheeler in 1978. He uses prosthetics.

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Darrell Hammond
Darrell Hammond
(Topics: Child Abuse, Substance Abuse) Darrell Hammond is known for his "right-on" impersonations during his 14 years on SNL, including Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney and Chris Matthews. Although he made millions of people laugh, off camera he was taking drugs and alcohol, a result of being abused as a child by his mother. Diagnosed with PTSD, he found the courage to get help and is now an advocate for sobriety.

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Naomi Judd
Naomi Judd
(Topics: Mental Health/Depression; Domestic Violence, Hepatitus C) Wiith a down-to-earth style that appeals to people of all ages, Naomi Judd draws from her own life experiences to address her audiences. She offers a unique perspective as a single mother, victim of domestic violence, skilled registered nurse, highly successful singer/songwriter, actress, author, and television and radio personality. Her recent memoir, "River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope" is an inspiring story for others who are struggling with mental health issues. Judd also has also helped raise awareness of Hepatitus C Virus. Always the entertainer, Judd incorporates wit and wisdom into her speeches and speaks her mind with words that come from her heart.

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Frank King
Frank King
(Topic: Mental Health,Depression/Suicide) Former Tonight Show writer for 20 years, Frank uses his lifetime battle with depression and his skills as a full-time comedian to help reduce the stigma of mental illness and discrimination. He recently began a Laugh Therapy practice where he uses the healing power of humor to counsel individuals. He is an advocate for mental health and his TED talk "A Matter of Life or Death, is an uplifting story about an often taboo subject - depression and suicide.

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Laura Lawless
Laura Lawless
(Topics: Depression; Mental Health Advocate) Laura Lawless won the title of Miss Arizona 2002 and became a top 15 semi-finalist at the 2003 Miss America competition. But Lawless considers her greatest achievement adapting to and accepting her own experiences as an individual living with depression and removing the stigma of mental illness. She has traveled nationwide speaking about mental health awareness. She is currently an attorney practicing labor and employment law after graduating from Arizona State University and Harvard University.

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Steve Lopez
Steve Lopez
(Topics: Mental Health Advocate; Schizophrenia) Award-winning LA Times journalist and author of "The Soloist", Steve Lopez's true story began with the encounter of Nathaniel Ayers, a schizophrenic, homeless musician on the streets of Los Angeles. Through this friendship, Lopez learned lot about mental illness, the healing power of the arts,and the grace in giving. It is an inspirational story of second chances and Lopez's desire to honor and humanize Ayers and the thousands like him in the interest of helping to de-stigmatize mental illness.

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Mark Lundholm
Mark Lundholm
(Topics: Addiction, Suicide, Mental Health) Clean and sober since 1988, comedian Mark Lundholm is a former criminal, mental patient, homeless wino and halfway house resident. After very humble beginnings, he has taken his successful standup comedy career through all 50 United States and 10 foreign countries. Hailed as a "younger George Carlin", he has spoken to recovery audiences, healthcare providers (with CEU credits), veterans and communities wanting to raise money for mental health programs.

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Ray (Boom,Boom) Mancini
Ray (Boom,Boom) Mancini
(Topics: Family Depression; Mental Health Advocate) Ray Mancini, an American boxer, was given the name "Boom Boom" because of his whirlwind fighting style. With his father as his inspiration, he became a world champion fighter and his biography, "The Good Son" became a best-seller. Family has always been important to Mancini and he is an advocate for mental health issues. With two family members suffering from depression he sees the effects on both the person and the family and speaks to audiences across the nation about removing the stigma of mental illness and getting help.

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Maureen McCormick
Maureen McCormick
(Topic: Substance Abuse, Mental Health/Depression)After the run of the TV show, "The Brady Bunch", Maureen McCormick's life was nothing like Marcia's storybook existence. In fact, it was a nightmare. The actress had developed an "all-encompassing" addiction to cocaine at the age of 20, and began a downward spiral that threatened to wreck her career. After the movie, "The Brady Brides", her lowest point, she began on her road to recovery and overcoming clinical depression. She has been sober for 30 years. She tells her personal story of dealing with mental health issues in her autobiography, "Here's The Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice.".

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Pat O'Brien
Pat O'Brien
(Topic: Substance Abuse) Pat O'Brien, CBS sportscaster, TV co-host of "Access Hollywood" and "The Insider", was a skinny South Dakota kid with long hair, a rock and roll band, divorced parents and an alcoholic father. Pat's life took turns that were both spectacular and destructive: from the Huntley-Brinkley Report and afternoons at Bobby Kennedy's living room with Muhammad Ali to conversations with six Presidents. He did acid with Timothy Leary, drank with Mickey Mantle, and over the course of a remarkable career up close and personal with the Beatles, The Stones, The Kennedy's, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and virtually every star in Hollywood. He is a frequent contributor on CNN, MSNBC and the TODAY show.

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Marie Osmond
Marie Osmond
(Topics: Depression, Mental Health Advocate) Marie Osmond was first thrust into the spotlight in 1963 on "The Andy Williams Show" at age three, went on to record "Paper Roses" at age 12 and became the youngest host of a national variety show "The Donny & Marie Show," which ran from 1976 until 1981. In 2001 Marie was the first-ever celebrity to publish a book about her experience with Postpartum Depression, "Behind the Smile" followed in 2009 by "Might As We'll Laugh About it Now". She continues to perform her show around the country.

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Steve Sax
Steve Sax
(Topics: Mental Health Advocate; Anxiety) In 1983, as his baseball career was taking off, Steve was dealt with a horrible challenge - self doubt and paralyzing anxiety. It stemmed from a mental block he had developed early in the season and he was on the verge of losing his career, and boyhood dream, in front of a national viewing audience at the age of twenty three. Steve tells about the steps his took to confront and overcome this problem. After that year, Steve went on to play 18 years, including two World Series, 5 time All-Star, and mental health advocate. He was also on ESPN and FOX Sports' Prime Time.

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Bill Walton
Bill Walton
A basketball superstar and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Bill Walton made sports history playing for UCLA when he led the team to two NCAA championships and a record 88-game winning streak. He inspires audiences with tales from his improbable life and career as he talks about his legendary coaches and shares their leadership secrets. The most-injured player in NBA history, Walton was forced to quit the game he loved. He decided to pursue broadcasting, but first had to overcome the lifelong stutter that afflicted him. A catastrophic spinal collapse represented the toughest challenge of Walton's life. His 37th surgery put him back together but it was a rocky road that led to his triumphant recovery.

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Paul Williams
Paul Williams
(Topic: Substance Abuse) A gifted lyricist and composer, singer, and actor, Paul Williams has written some of the most cherished songs of our time, including "We've Only Just Begun", "Rainy Days and Mondays" and "Evergreen". Sharing his own story of recovery and addiction, Williams talks to audiences across the country about the devastating effects of drugs and alcohol and the rising use of drugs by the young. He is a licensed drug rehabilitation counselor, a field he is interested in, and passionate about.

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  • Barbra Streisand is the latest celebrity to raise awareness of women and heart disease. It is the nation’s number 1 killer and has not gotten the attention that many other diseases, such as cancer have, she says. The fact is that a woman dies every minute from heart disease and it actually kills more women than all cancers combined.   Streisand, to her credit, has created an organization, Women’s Heart Alliance, which has initiated a study on how heart disease affects women. Because the symptoms appear differently in women than men, many women are unaware of their risks and also that they may have heart disease.
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  • How many times have we seen and heard about celebrities suffering from addiction to drugs or alcohol and then relapsing after spending time in rehab – too many, I’m afraid. In his memoir just out, “I’ll Be Right Back After This”, Sportscaster and TV celebrity host, Pat O’Brien, tells of his numerous attempts to overcome his addictions.  O’Brien recently told People Magazine (Sept, 1, 2014) that he had hit bottom and almost died, and his last stint in rehab in 2008 taught him to be honest with himself. He is now six years sober and goes to twice-daily AA meetings. 
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  • Robin William’s death by suicide is just another sign that we need to address mental illness. Luckily more celebrities are stepping up and speaking out about mental health, including Meredith Baxter on substance abuse, LaDonna Gatlin on attempted suicide, John Larroquette on addiction, Susan Ford Bales on substance abuse and author Terri Cheney on Bipolar Disorder to name a few.

    The time has come for our society to realize that we have an epidemic.  There are more people than ever suffering from mental illness and the National Institute of Mental Health says that suicide now kills twice as many people as homicides. 
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  • In his latest NY Times Best seller, The Doctor’s Diet, Dr. Travis Stork remarks on how little we appreciate the work our heart does for each of us. Every day it pumps about 100,000 times. Try squeezing your hand 100,000 (or 100 times!) and you’ll start to respect the amount of work your heart does every minute of every day.  Using about the amount of pressure it would take you to squeeze a tennis ball, the muscles in your heart push your entire blood volume – about 6 quarts total – throughout your body three times every minute.  Heart disease is more than a statistic in his ER world. 
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  • We are excited to announce Dr. Travis Stork’s newest book, The Doctor’s Diet – Restore Health & Lose Weight to be released on January 1, 2014.* Unhealthy eating is an epidemic and it very well may kill you! Finally, a flexible and workable diet plan is available that will help readers lose weight, restore health, prevent disease and add years to their lives.

    The Doctor’s Diet is Dr. Travis Stork’s solution to unhealthy eating — a nationwide problem that contributes to a death toll higher than that of car accidents, drug abuse, smoking, and gun violence combined. Dr. Travis is genuinely concerned about what he considers to be a true crisis, so he created a flexible and workable diet plan that will help readers feel instantly more energetic and healthier while the pounds come off – ultimately, giving people the tools they need to extend their lives and live them to the fullest potential.
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  • Dr. Travis Stork, ER Doc and co-host of the Emmy-award winning show,  THE DOCTORS shared life saving lessons with Prevention Magazine this month.

    On his first night as an attending physician, moonlighting in the ER of a rural southern hospital, Travis Stork, MD, got his first postgraduate lesson in life and death. “A father frantically ran into the ER carrying a young boy who was unresponsive and barely breathing,” recalls Dr. Stork, the Emmy-nominated cohost of the award-winning talk show The Doctors and the author of The Lean Belly Prescription. When the child’s breathing became more faint and his lips started turning blue, Dr.
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  • It’s another Saturday night in the E.R. The PA system barks a warning, announcing an auto accident with multiple injuries. I hear the sirens and know this is the “golden hour,” the critical 60 minutes that determine whether they will live or die.  Two ambulances arrive at the door and I have to determine immediately what’s wrong so what is one of the first vital signs I check?  How much they weigh.  C’mon Travis, you’re thinking, you don’t check vitals?  Well, sure, I’m looking at a lot of things simultaneously, but often one of the most important indicators of how well a patient will manage a health crisis is how much excess weight he or she is carrying. 
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  • Author Jane Heller, who has written 13 comic novels, has taken on the subject of caregiving, which she knows well. As caregiver to her husband, Michael, who suffers from Crohn’s disease, she has been able to find the humor in this subject and has written the nonfiction book, “You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You: A Caregiver’s Survival Guide to Keeping You in Good Health and Good Spirits”. This topic is becoming more important and crucial as the baby boomers age and find themselves in the position of caregiver for a parent or spouse. Many are unaware of what faces them in this role and find out through experience what is entailed.
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