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PSO IF YOU ALREADY HAVE BEEN TOLD YOU HAVE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, ARE YOU HALF WAY TO ALZHEIMERS?? THAT IS AN INTERESTING QUESTION THAT MAY DEPEND ON YOUR GENES AND THEIR MAKEUP. GENETICS PREDISPOSE SOME PEOPLE TO BOTH, ESPECIALLY IS WE HAVE HIGH LEVELS OF CHOLESTEROL. TUNE IN FOR DETAILS
Tune in every day to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of The Nutrition Shoppe discuss today's hottest health topics and news from a complimentary perspective. From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense. As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy. Call the show today to ask about your most pressing health concerns! Visit us on the web at www.TheNutritionShoppe.net or call 678-228-8900 to set up a personalized consultation, shop products, or ask questions! ---- Tags: health, natural health, supplements, vitamins, prescriptions, medications, pharmacist, naturopath,
Why do some multiple myeloma patients relapse early after stem cell transplant while others stay in remission for many years? The immune system may be a key factor.
David Chung, MD, PhD of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was recently selected as a Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative (MCRI) award recipient.
The goal of the MCRI is to help optimize myeloma therapy for individual patients. Dr. Chung's research will review patients who have undergone stem cell transplant. He will study three different parts of the immune system after transplant - T cells, lymphocytes and myeloid derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) and will compare early vs. late relapse. He will then combine that immune system signature with the myeloma genetics of each patient to understand the impact they have together.
Learn why studying the immune system may be just as important as the study of myeloma genetics and what this research can mean for you personally.
The Myeloma Crowd created the MCRI because we "Can't Wait for a Cure." Through the MCRI we want to help find the right treatment for the right patient at the right time. The MCRI is funding three research projects - each with a different focus - that will also integrate with HealthTree, a new tool for myeloma patients. Learn more about HealthTree here: www.healthtree.org. Donate to the MCRI here: http://give.crowdcare.org/mcri.
Thanks to our episode sponsor, Takeda Oncology
Dr. Jeanette welcomes T. M. 'Roe' Patterson, author of Crude Blessings: The Amazing Life Story of Glenn Patterson American Oilman, to share his father's life story. Roe honors his father and his life through the decades, from hard times to legendary oilman and ending in a diagnosis of Alzheimer's.
Glenn created a life of service through hard work, sacrifice and being in truth with his work, family and those who relied on his company services; he was a reflection of that every day to his last breath. The faith in God and the honor of others is the seal to a life well lived.
How does a strong life play out when a man sees the end of his life through a reflection of Alzheimer's?
Glenn left this world and his legacy lives on through the eyes of his son, Roe, as Roe shares in this book.
For more information visit: www.CrudeBlessings.com
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Dr. Wice graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2012. She has provided treatment and assessment services to adults, couples, and families in a variety of healthcare and community settings. She has experience providing cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based treatments for mood and anxiety disorders, grief and loss, and coping with stress. During her internship and residency at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, she received advanced training in interventions and assessments related to chronic disease management. Dr. Wice enjoys helping people cope with chronic diseases, physical injuries, and related emotional challenges. She is interested in research-based strategies to prevent illness and injury, reduce the burden associated with these challenges, and to improve the quality of life for individuals who are living with these conditions.
Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit organization located in Lansing, Michigan. Origami provides comprehensive rehabilitation care for survivors of brain injuries and their families. Through their compassionate and innovative service, Origami creates opportunities and transforms lives.
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to have direct access to the world’s leading business and motivational experts - and to then apply this first-hand knowledge to the creation of your own life filled with achievement and success in all aspects?
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, author of the Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me book series, the romantic novel Love in the Blizzard of Life and the life-chaging Healing Through Love Lessons.
Internationally renowned speaker, leader, mentor and filmmaker, Douglas Vermeeren has produced 3 of the 10 leading personal development movies ever made: The Opus, the Gratitude Experiment, and The Treasure Map, featuring such well-known motivators as Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Joe Vitale, and John Gray. Douglas claims he would not have achieved all of his success without having interviewed 400 of the world’s leading business and motivational experts to discover the wisdom that creates Personal Power Mastery, the skill required to create a life filled with achievement and success on every level. Visit his web site: http://www.DouglasVermeeren.com
Most people hold the belief near and dear to their heart that Parkinson's disease is degenerative. Is this really true? The annual Parkinsons Recovery survey answers this very question. This program summaizes the findings.
I report results of the 2018 survey: how many were doing better, how many reported they were the same and how many reported were worse. Also discussed were therapies that were helpful.
Interested in information about a therapy reported to have been helpful? Dates of Parkinsons Recovery radio show Interviews listed dates on this radio show page that discuss these therapies.
Dates for replays of programs that elaborate and explain these therapies are listed below. Keep in mind that this Parkinsons Recovery Radio show website posts more than 11 pages of programs containing about 20 interviews on each page.
To locate the replay of a program show listed below, scroll down or back pages) to locate the date the program listed below was aired. All programs are listed on this website in the order they were aired from 2009 until today. Therapies below are listed in alphabetic order.
Amino Acid Therapy: January 5, 2018 Ayurveda: July 10, 2013 BEMER- Electromagnetic Therapy February 19, 2018. CBD Oil: July 19, 2018 Emotional Freedom Technique: August 25,2015 Exercise: May 22, 2003 Ketone Diet: December 13, 2017 ` Light Therapy (vielight):October 4, 2017 Meditation: September 24, 2009 Niacin Therapy (B1): May 23, 2018 Physical Therapy: June 10, 2010, OCtober 11, 2018, February 18, 2015 QiGong: June 6, 2012, June 15, 2011, May 18, 2015 Tai Chi: August 6, 2009, December 3, 2009 Yoga: July 25, 2014, September 19, 2013
Robert Rodgers PhD Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
Dr. Ron who is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice and a Charter member of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and a licensed Acupuncturist is joined by Dr. Gerry and Dr. Dan to host this weekly podcast on the latest medical news and information We are not influenced by Big Pharma and will give you honest opinions on the news, medical devices and we have terrific guests. We have over 150 years of combined medical experience and are grateful to share it with you. Thanks for your time. 347-989-8899
If you miss us, listen here or iTunes, iHeart, TuneIn, GooglePlay, Alexa, Blubrry. Show title is: Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored.
Elixa has evolved as the result of over 30 years of research into natural methods of attaining optimal well-being. Since 1988, we have provided cutting-edge products and easy-to-use information that let you take control of your physical and mental health. We recommend only those items and methods that we have personally tested and researched.
Susun and Rebecca are on Holiday!
Mastering a subject requires taking the necessary steps to learn. BEMER is a revolutionary concept in the field of Energy Medicine. Continuous education and keeping up with new information leads to excellence. Are you passionate about helping others? Are you persistent in sharing the good news of BEMER? Most of all, are you committed for the long-term? BEMER can start as a part-time career that leads to full-time career in a reasonable amount of time. It also can lead to a substantial income. Think in blocks of 3-5 years and imagine how your BEMER business can grow. Then do it!
Waukesha, WI – Dr. Victoria Mondloch is a practicing physician with over 30 years of experience specializing in women’s health, family medicine and preventive health and wellness. An OBGYN by training, today Dr. Mondloch describes herself as a wellness physician, partnering with her patients to deliver the best healthcare possible.
According to Dr. Mondloch, the foundation of health is hormonal balance, which traditional western medicine too often ignores, overlooks or outright dismisses. Dr. Mondloch says hormones should be the first thing we examine.
This is especially important for young adolescent girls entering puberty, but pediatrician offices are not set up to adequately meet the adolescent’s needs. They need to feel not only engaged, but listened to, and above all, educated.
“My shift in approach is that I feel nobody addresses or educates the adolescent,” says Dr. Mondloch. “So many physicians don’t take the time to educate them or their mothers, but who else is going to teach a young girl who has just had her first period about hormones?”
That’s why Dr. Mondloch wrote Blossoming: Becoming a Woman, an owner’s manual for the transition from young adult to womanhood. Blossoming offers mothers and daughters the groundbreaking truth about becoming a woman that they won’t find on the internet.
“I want every woman, every mom and their adolescent daughter, to understand that there’s a resource they can go to,” says Dr. Mondloch. “If this book doesn’t help, they can go to their gynecologist, and if the gynecologist doesn’t help, they can contact me directly.”
For more information on Dr. Victoria Mondloch, visit www.victoriajmondlochmdsc.com
Featuring Dr. John Huber & Kristin Walker
he time we spend online may seem like harmless fun. But for those with an “internet addiction,” ending an online session may cause measurable increases in heart rate and blood pressure that mimic what addicts experience during withdrawal.
Scientists from Swansea University and Milan University had previously studied anxiety levels in people who overuse the internet. This time, they set out to determine what happens to people physically when they have an unhealthy attachment to their online time.
Struggling to disconnect? A new study finds that people with internet addiction suffer common withdrawal symptoms when they can’t log back on. “We have known for some time that people who are over-dependent on digital devices report feelings of anxiety when they are stopped from using them,” explains Professor Phil Reed of Swansea University and the study’s lead author. “But now we can see that these psychological effects are accompanied by actual physiological changes.”
A cross-section of typical internet users — men and women ranging in age from 18 to 33 years of age — participated in the study. Most of the 144 individuals used the internet an average of five hours a day and spent the majority of that time on social media and shopping. Their heart rate and blood pressure were checked before and after a short online session.
Participants assessed their own anxiety and level of internet addiction. Those who admitted to spending too much time online (40%) had higher heart rates and blood pressure — and a matching anxiety level — following the end of the internet session.