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  • Understanding Visual Impairment

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    eCareDiary will speak to Dan Roberts, Founding Director of Macular Degeneration Support and Editor-in-Chief of Prevent Blindness, Inc, about signs of visual impairment and was for caregivers to make life easier for those affected by the condition.

  • Healing with Dr Daniels

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    Please join Dr Jennifer Daniels today, February 16 at 6pm EDT for the Healing with Dr Daniels Show. The show's title is
     Listen by phone 914-338-0695 or online click http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blakeradio
    Questions:Call: 914-338-0695 or online go to http://healingwithdrdaniels.chatango.com/

  • Myeloma Talk with Dr. Torben Plesner

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    Myeloma panel discussion latest in myeloma with Dr. Torben Plesner.

  • Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed & Live Well with Chronic Pain Dr. Liza Leal

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    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minte interview with Dr. Liza Leal. Dr. Leal knows first-hand the devastation of chronic pain and that restoration IS possible. While in medical school she developed Rheumatoid Arthritis causing her to be wheel chair bound, potentially derailing her medical career. Today, Dr. Leal is a national speaker, author, motivator and Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Meridian Medical Dental Healthcare in Sugar Land, Texas. Her medical expertise and personal experience enables her to treat her patients with unique insight into their needs and struggles. As a result, she challenges, educates and motivates her patients, readers and audience to enthusiastically take action.  As an avid aviator, she combines her series of teachings as a flight plan to help healthcare professionals keep interest and motivation throughout  their journey. Liza's website is www.livewellwithchronicpain.com.

  • Are You Heart Healthy?

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    Are you heart healthy? Your national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will address heart healthiness with leading experts. Director of the Cleveland Clinic Women’s Cardiovascular Center, Dr. Leslie Cho, joins the show to share vital information. Pharmacist David Foreman also joins Shana to discuss lifestyle changes. Listen to this important segment with someone you love.  
    Please visit www.letstalkamericawithshanathornton.com. Thank you for tuning in.    #LTARadio #newstalk 

  • LIVE! with Cathi---Happy Life-Happy Heart!

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    ROMANCE IS IN THE AIR!  For a better healthy, happy life and heart-FALL IN LOVE!
    Factors in your control for a healthy heart...be physically active, handle stress, how do you react to stress, get enough sleep, keep up on latest findings on preventing hyypertension and heart disease and FALL IN LOVE!
    Spending time with people YOU LOVE can reduce your risk of an early death by half and has an extremely positive effect on your health.
    AH, the benefits of ROMANTIC LOVE and strong connections to friends, family, neighbors and colleagues have a significant impact on longevity/romantic unions.
    Seniors who engage...etc.
    Volunteer for SELFLESS reasons...etc.
    Practice loving-kindness-meditation...etc.
    LOVE stimulates...etc.
    Hug, Hold Hands, relive the GLORY DAYS...etc.

  • World Day of Orofacial Myofunctional Science

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    The days of no answers are over! People with vague complaints have a new answer that my be the true Final Answer to their nagging health problems - oxygen deprivation.  The airway of today's American has shrunk. This is not a joke, as I read it I think ha, no one is going to believe that! Turns out that a combination of our choice of feeding from infancy on, and the types of food we're eating today have conspired to decrease the size of our airway. But we can fix it and that's what today's special is about, using the science of lactation consultancy, feeding science, growth and development experts and orofacial myofunctional therapists from California to New York we'll talk about preventing airway issues and how OMT together with dentistry and medicine can improve the airway for millions!
    What kinds of conditions are we talking about? This list may make you scoff because it's pretty vast.
    inability to latch in a newborn children with weird feeding and food issues  children who have behavioral problems in school people (any age) who cannot sleep through the night  people who wake up gasping for air people who had teeth removed for braces people (any age) who are suffering from sleep apnea people with constant sinus infections or blockages ?Each interview in this special is 10 minutes long 
    Drs Gelb and Hindin founders of American Academy of Pysiological Medicine and Dentistry Diane Bahr feeding specalist Alison Hazelbaker lactation consultant
    And others!!  

  • Meet Neil Gordon MD, PhD, Chairman CEO & Founder of Intervent

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    On the Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 broadcast at 12 Noon PT/3PM ET our special guest is Neil Gordon MD, PhD, Chairman CEO & Founder of Intervent. 
    Intervent is a global lifestyle management and chronic disease risk reduction company based in the United States. INTERVENT develops, licenses and provides evidence-based, technology-enabled, outcomes-oriented programs for the prevention and management of multiple chronic diseases. The primary purpose of the INTERVENT programs is to improve individual and population-based measures of health while simultaneously reducing health care costs and enhancing productivity. 
    Dr. Gordon has authored over 100 published scientific manuscripts, eight books, and numerous scientific abstracts in the area of preventive medicine. Dr. Gordon served as an associate editor of the Eighth Edition of the American College of Sports Medicine’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription (the world’s most widely read academic text on the topic of exercise science). Dr. Gordon has devoted his entire career, spanning over 30 years, to the prevention of cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses.
    Join us as we talk with one of the thought leaders in the population health space and learn more about how they are working with providers and employers to improve population health.

  • Dr DeKosky Portrayed in Movie Concussion on Recovery Now with Kim Justus

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    Dr. Steven DeKosky is the Aerts-Cosper Professor of Alzheimer’s Research at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and the Interim Executive Director of McKnight Brain Institute. He also serves as Associate Director of the 1Florida Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at UF.
    He moved to the University of Pittsburgh in1990 as Professor of Psychiatry (primary) and Neurology, and from 1992-2000 directed the Division of Geriatrics and Neuropsychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry/Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. In 2000 he became Chair of the Department of Neurology. In May of 2003, Dr Bennet Omalu featured in the movie Concussion, paid a visit to Dr DeKowsky who was preeminent in the field of Neurodegenerative Diseases. He knew brains! In the movie he was referred to as "The Great DeKowsky" played by Eddie Marsan.
    His basic research centers on structural and neurochemical changes in human brain in aging and dementia, effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI), his clinical work on the genetics, neuropsychiatric symptoms, neuroimaging, and treatment and prevention of AD.
    Dr. DeKosky served on the Board of Directors of the Alzheimer’s Association where he chaired their Medical and Scientific Advisory Council. He has received a number of awards for his contributions to AD research and advocacy, and has been listed continuously in "The Best Doctors in America" and “America’s Top Doctors” for over a decade.He has published over 400 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and serves on the editorial boards of several leading neurology and Alzheimer's journals and is a reviewer for multiple other journals.
    See Dr DeKowsky's complete Bio at http://inaflash.org/bio.htm

  • Pilates questions answered! episode 107

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    Take your Pilates teaching to the next level!  Get your Pilates and anatomy questions answered by second generation Pilates master teacher trainer, Katrina Foe.  This is a Q&A for the P3 Pilates Progressions Program through Personalized Pilates.  To find out more about the program please contact us at www.PersonalizedPilates.com.

  • LIVE! with Cathi...PLAY for a HEALTHY BODY!

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    PLAY for a strong healthy body.  Yes, we know how important it is to exercise.  Physical exercise keeps your weight under control, boosts your mood, helps you to sleep better, improves your immune response, helps reduce you risk of chronic diseases.
    Knowing the benefits of regular exercise and thos incredible benefits aren't enough to get most of us moving.  It's so easy to put off exercise when your energy is low or is your dealing with aches and pains.
    But getting physical doesn't have to feel like a chore....

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