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On his program, Mind Health Matters, Bernie and his guests give expert advice on personal questions about Health and Healing. His message of hope and love is extended to all who seek a whole person approach for living life fully.
The call in number is: 800-555-5453.Bernie's show is the first Tuesday of each month 9am PT. The encore edition of the show is the first Tuesday of each month 9pm PT.
View Bernie's show information at the HealthyLife.net Radio Network.
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From the authentic soul of Bernie Siegel MD comes Mind Health Matters. A show that reflects Bernie's passion to reach people struggling with all of life's challenges-not just the physical ones-so that each person can live life fully. Join Bernie as he shares his powerful journey through life while offering us special nuggets of his sacred wisdom.
Listen to Bernie Wednesday-Friday at 12:00noon ET. View full schedule of all show times at
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AMELIA’S ARK ANGEL SOCIETYPlease support my friend Amelia Kinkade with her new charity, ARK ANGEL, which enables her to go into schools in rural Africa and educate children about wildlife conservation so that they don’t grow up to be poachers.
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