360 Interview Series
Inspired to Live. Living to Inspire.
360 Interviews, an in-depth spotlight series on healtheo360 members living with chronic conditions, takes a comprehensive look at the journeys of incredible individuals, how their lives were altered by chronic conditions, and how they took back control.
The Howard Bloom Interview Series
Glimpse into the life of world-renowned social theorist, PR Maven and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome authority, Howard Bloom. With more than 90% of Americans living with CFS, and dismissed or misdiagnosed by their families and healthcare providers, Howard Bloom shares his journey of diagnosis, adaptation and survival. Howard shares stories from his days of working with Michael Jackson to the moment CFS took-over his life, and how support from others him get proper diagnosis and saved his life.
The Yulady Saluti Interview Series
Yulady Saluti's story of family, courage, and a postive outlook frame her incredible journey. Yulady shares everything from the moment she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at the age of 32, her battle with a serious colon rectal medical condition, her days as a yoga instructor, and how her family, friends and social networks helped her to stay positive and beat cancer.
The Michael Weiner Interview Series
Michael Weiner, executive director of Major League Baseball Players Association, was diagnosed with glioblastom, an agressive and inoperable grade 4 brain cancer. Michael shares everything from the moment he received the diagnosis, how it impacted his job as the executive director of Major League Baseball Players Association, and how his family, friends and spirituality helped him to stay positive and live each day to the fullest.
The Michael Lally Interview Series
Michael Lally was diagnosed with diverticulitis. It eventually developed into a bladder infection. Michael underwent four surgeries to reverse his colostomy bag and hernia. Learn about the moment he received the diagnosis, how it impacted his life and work, and how his family, friends & exercise helped him to stay positive and gain back control of life.