Which Way is Life

Depression Treatment Advice

Depression is more than just feeling “sad.” It’s a dangerous, debilitating disease; one that can cause you to feel utterly alone and like all hope is lost. It’s not. From mental health experts to “regular” individuals who have been to the dark depths of depression and overcome, we share information that can help you get on the track to mental wellness.
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Maternal Depression: Why Aren't More Moms Discussing This Issue?

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Depression: A Misunderstood but Widespread Disease

Depression affects more than 350 million people, and all too often causes a loved one to take his or...

Losing Our Youth: Why Have Suicide Rates Doubled?

Researchers have found that rates of suicide among African-American children, specifically boys, hav...

  • Probiotics May Relieve Depression

  • Stop Waiting to Feel Good about Yourself

  • Truth About Women & Depression

  • Maternal Depression: Why Aren't More Moms Discussing This Issue?

  • Depression: A Misunderstood but Widespread Disease

  • Losing Our Youth: Why Have Suicide Rates Doubled?

Which Way is Life? is designed to help busy, overworked, stressed out people find their way to a more balanced, healthier, inspired life. Two times a week host Bill Klaproth will interview trendsetting doctors, fitness professionals, life coaches, meditation experts and more in a quest for transformational discovery and positive change.

September Special: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Mark Saunders

From the Show: Which Way is Life
Summary: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: prevention, detection, and treatment with prostate cancer survivor Mark Saunders.
Air Date: 9/20/17
Duration: 29:04
Host: Bill Klaproth
Guest Bio: Mark B. Saunders, Author
Mark Saunders 1Mark B. Saunders is a writer, editor, publisher, public speaker, and 11-year prostate cancer survivor. As an “active surveillance” patient, instead of receiving traditional treatments like surgery or radiation, Mark dramatically overhauled his lifestyle, and the cancer became undetectable... and hasn’t returned since. 

Recent studies have shown that men with low-risk, low-volume prostate cancer who adopt an active surveillance protocol have a similar 10-year success rate to men who had surgery.

As a prostate cancer survivor, Mark has dedicated his life to sharing what he has learned about health and wellness; a journey he calls, “inside out, round about, and back again.”
  • Book Title: Prostate Cancer: A New Approach to Treatment and Healing and Do You Have Prostate Cancer? A Compact Guide to Diagnosis and Health
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/healthoutsidethebox

What You’ll Learn in this Episode:

  • The symptoms of prostate cancer.
  • Tips to prevent the disease.
  • When you should go to the doctor.
  • New tests for detection and biopsy tools.
  • New emerging treatments.
  • How to live healthier, better and longer.
  • More from each of his books Do You Have Prostate Cancer? and Prostate Cancer.

Connect with Mark

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