Dr. Dowd was recently invited to become a guest expert on AM 1190 and iHeart Radio. Called One Life Radio, the shows provides education about your health and nutrition, relationships, sports, business and feature experts in each of these fields. Currently, Dr. Dowd offers his expertise twice monthly in podcasts which are available to listeners on the air and on their website at oneliferadio.com.
Twice a month, Dr. Dowd offers his expertise on coping with rheumatologic issues, how to feel better, Vitamin D and how it works for your body. One recent podcast offered by Dr. Dowd discussed the large number of adults and children who currently have Vitamin D deficiencies and how that impacts them and their health in a negative way, such as growing pains in children.
To listen to these podcasts, visit One Life Radio online here at http://oneliferadio.com/
For a link to Dr. Dowd’s expert page on their website, you can find him here at http://oneliferadio.com/category/experts/dr-james-dowd/
Who Is Dr. Dowd?
Dr. James Dowd is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the MSU College of Human Medicine and is also the director of the Arthritis Institute of Michigan in Brighton. Focused on providing patients with quality rheumatologic care, Dr. Dowd and the Arthritis Institute of Michigan are focused on helping those suffering from rheumatic conditions to feel better.
In addition to the work Dr. Dowd does at MSU and the Arthritis Institute of Michigan, one of his primary focuses is on Vitamin D and how it can help you to feel and be better. As author of the book, The Vitamin D Cure, Dr. Dowd has spent decades researching Vitamin D deficiencies and what impact lack of Vitamin D has on our bodies. In his podcasts, as in the book, listeners can learn more about this and other topics which can help them to not only feel better, but live a healthier life, even if they are coping with chronic conditions such as inflammatory conditions and other rheumatic conditions which impact joint health.
We invite you to join Dr Dowd on the air to learn more about how you can feel better and be better on AM 1190 and iHeart Radio.