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  • Diabetes Late Nite inspired by Phantom Of The Okra

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    The happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic gets caught up in a murder mystery when he agrees to host the Red Tomato Carpet at the 5th Annual Bake Bethesda A Pie Contest at Central Farm Market.
    Will orange be the 'new black' for Mr. Divabetic? Find out what happens when Mr. Divabetic and the rest of the Diabetes Late Nite cast try to unravel this diabetes murder mystery loosely based on Phantom Of The Opera. The storyline includes tons of diabetes and nutrition information packed between moments of suspense (and hopefully) laughter. 
    Guests include: Best-Selling Author Tonya Kappes, Asha Brown (founder of the We Are Diabetes organization), Central Farm Markets Co-Founder Debra Moser, Poet Lorraine Brooks, Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDE, Kathy Gold RN, MSN, CDE, Susan Weiner MS, RD, CDE, CDN, Leisa Chester Weir and Mama Rose Marie.
    This podcast features song selections from the Phantom Of The Opera soundtrack courtesy of SONY Music. 

  • Certified Life Coach, Sheree Parker Comes to Change Radio w/Rhonda!

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    Shereé Parker is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is an Author, Certified Life Coach, Speaker and Entrepreneur. She is the CEO of Shereé Parker Coaching and Consulting, LLC where women of all ages are provided life and spiritual coaching. Her mission is to guide women on their journey to self-discovery and spiritual development that will lead them to move forward in achieving their personal and professional goals. She is the Executive Wellness/Lifestyle Editor at BELLE New York Magazine.  She is also known as the Life Skills Strategist because of her passion for helping others to discover their gifts and how to use them effectively and creatively to aid them in living a quality life while fulfilling their mission. She is the President of the Wealthy Sisters Network Pennsylvania Chapter and the Chair of Powerful Women in Business Upper Darby, Pennsylvania Chapter. Presently, she is employed full-time as a Mental Health Clinician in a social services agency in the city of Philadelphia. Her first book, Thirty Days of Spiritual Inspiration and Journaling: Living, Loving and Learning about One’s Life Journey was published in October 2014. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies from Millersville University and a Master’s degree in Human Services from Lincoln University, both located in Pennsylvania. Also, she is a second year doctoral student in a Counseling Psychology program at Argosy University. She has started the process of developing a mentoring program called Sisters Working to Achieve Greatness, Inc. that focuses on mentoring young African American women between the ages of 16-25 to identify and understand their purpose, career development/career exploration, improve their self-esteem and to provide psycho-education about the importance of maintaining their health and mental wellness.
     

  • GARY WAGMAN PHD. interview - Your Ying-Yang Body Type: The Korean Tradition of S

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    Gary Wagman, Ph.D., L.Ac., is an acupuncturist and doctor of Oriental Medicine. He was the first foreign student at the Daejeon University of Oriental Medicine in South Korea and lived in Asia for more than 8 years. The founder of Harmony Clinic and the American Institute of Korean Medicine, he lives in Portland, Oregon. Please visit sasangmedicine.com and harmonyclinics.com for more information.