• 00:25

    Women's Health, Wellness:Blood Loss and Anemia,Domestic Violence

    in Self Help

    Women's Health, Wellness:Blood Loss and Anemia,Domestic Violence. 


    This show will discuss the danger of severe menstrual blood loss, tied to anemia. Also another look at the ongoing problem of domestic violence in the U.S.

  • 01:02

    Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Month

    in Books

    Do you know what sickle cell is? Do you have sickle cell? Have you beat the odds? Is there a cure? Can I live normally? If you've asked and answered these questions, this show is for you.

  • 00:30

    Where is the Challenge for Sickle Cell Anemia

    in Self Help

    Sickle cell anemia (uh-NEE-me-uh) is the most common form of sickle cell disease (SCD). SCD is a serious disorder in which the body makes sickle-shaped red blood cells-shaped like a crescent. Normal red blood cells are disc-shaped and look like doughnuts without the holes. They move easily and the red blood cells contain an iron-rich protein called hemoglobin (HEE-muh-glow-bin). This protein carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Sickle cells contain abnormal hemoglobin called sickle hemoglobin or hemoglobin S. Sickle cells are stiff and sticky. They tend to block blood flow in the blood vessels of the limbs and organs. Blocked blood flow can cause pain, organ damage, and raise the risk for infection.


    This condition also can occur if your red blood cells don't contain enough hemoglobin. Red blood cells are made in the spongy marrow inside the larger bones of the body. Bone marrow is always making new red blood cells to replace old one and they live about 120 days. They carry oxygen and remove carbon dioxide (a waste product) from your body. In sickle cell anemia, the abnormal sickle cells usually die after only about 10 to 20 days. The bone marrow can't make new red blood cells fast enough to replace the dying ones. Sickle cell anemia is an inherited, lifelong disease. People who have the disease are born with it. They inherit two genes for sickle hemoglobin—one from each parent. People who inherit a sickle hemoglobin gene from one parent and a normal gene from the other parent have a condition called sickle cell trait. The two are different. People who have sickle cell trait don't have the disease. Like people who have sickle cell anemia, people who have sickle cell trait can pass the sickle hemoglobin gene to their children.


    Sickle cell anemia has no widely available cure. However, with proper care and treatment, you can have improved quality of life and reasonable health much of the time.

  • 00:43

    The P. Missick Encouraging Show #8/ Striving for Success While Overcoming Anemia

    in Spirituality

    Anemia is a sickness of the blood. We will discuss it more in depth on the program. It is another one of those sicknesses that you may not know you have, but you know you feel tired and weak. This is a sickness that can be overcomed. There is no need to feel sorry for yourself. You only need to find the cause and the remedy. Moreover, you don't need to shut down your whole life. On the contrary, you need to stay focus on your dreams and goals so that you will be sucessful and let this sickness act as a springboard to your success! Let the prayers of King David and the Healings of Jesus Christ be your guiding  light towards riches and glory.

  • 00:38

    Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness - Guest Rasheedah Grant

    in Lifestyle

    Rasheedah Grant will discuss what Sickle Cell Anemia is and how it has effected her life.


    Do you live with Sickle Cell?


    Do you know someone who suffers with Sickle Cell disease?


    Do you want to learn how you can help find a cure?


    Then you need to listen to this show.


     


    Resheedah shares with us how it was for her as child, as teenager and as a mom of a 14 year. It is inspiring how she raises her daughter,despite the obstacle of her health. Listen and Share. 


     


    FOLLOW THIS SHOW TO GET REMINDERS OF FUTURE EPISODES 


     

  • 00:31

    Aplastic Anemia And Omid's Mission Foundation

    in Health

    Aplastic Anemia And Omid's Mission Foundation is a 501(c)3 Health Organization & Non Profit Organization.
    Our mission is to help patients, families and caregivers who are coping with aplastic anemia, which is a serious and often life-threatening bone marrow failure disease. We look to educate and support families worldwide who are battling this serious blood disease. Our Staff works hard and with passion to bring global awareness of aplastic anemia dyskeratosis congenita.
    According to statistics approximately 100 people a day are diagnosed with aplastic anemia. This translates into approximately millions of people worldwide that are battling with this disease. 
    AAOMF understands that with your help and generous support we can one day help researchers find a cure. President, of AAOMF, Ms.Victoria Yousefi knows first-hand what's it's like to lose her young son Omid. Her Foundation is committed to helping families worldwide.
    AAOMF is getting the important word out about aplastic anemia. We value and treasure Blogtalkradio and our audience worldwide. We believe when you help save a life, you save the world. We work hard to bring awareness throughout our communities across the USA and Internationally. http://www.publishamerica.net/product41270.html

  • 02:03

    Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Night on GRINDHARD RADIO

    in Health

    Awareness Night on GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Virginia Slim, Dangerous Tactics, Jit Chronicles, and Co-hosts JustKP and Cata' Mafioso. Join and help us raise awareness for "Sickle Cell Anemia" as we give the audience helpful precautions and lifestyle changes about the disease. Random calls will be taken and music will be played, Call-in LIVE @ 323-693-3043 and press "1" to speak to the panel of hosts.

  • 00:19

    Sickle Cell Anemia, why aren't we talking about it anymore

    in Lifestyle

    Brains,


     Did you know that : More than 70,000 Americans have sickle cell anemia. And about 2 million Americans — including 1 in 12 African Americans — have sickle cell trait, which means they carry a single gene for the disease and can pass this gene along to their children, but do not have the disease itself.


    Come to the edge with me this Sunday at 3pm PST 5pm CST or 6pm EST as we talk about Sickle Cell Disease and Bone Marrow Transplants with student, mother and Sickle Cell activist Ms. Rena Bishop.


    What is Sickle Anemia:


    Sickle cell anemia (uh-NEE-me-uh) is the most common form of sickle cell disease (SCD). SCD is a serious disorder in which the body makes sickle-shaped red blood cells. “Sickle-shaped” means that the red blood cells are shaped like a crescent.


     

  • 00:38

    Aplastic Anemia -Omids Mission; Life with Omid

    in Family

    Aplastic Anemia And Omid's Mission Foundation is a 501(c)3 Health Organization & Non Profit Organization.
    Our mission is to help patients, families and caregivers who are coping with aplastic anemia, which is a serious and often life-threatening bone marrow failure disease. We look to educate and support families worldwide who are battling this serious blood disease. Our Staff works hard and with passion to bring global awareness of aplastic anemia dyskeratosis congenita.
    According to statistics approximately 100 people a day are diagnosed with aplastic anemia. This translates into approximately millions of people worldwide that are battling with this disease. 
    AAOMF understands that with your help and generous support we can one day help researchers find a cure. President, of AAOMF, Ms.Victoria Yousefi knows first-hand what's it's like to lose her young son Omid. Her Foundation is committed to helping families worldwide.
    AAOMF is getting the important word out about aplastic anemia. We value and treasure Blogtalkradio and our audience worldwide. We believe when you help save a life, you save the world. We work hard to bring awareness throughout our communities across the USA and Internationally. http://www.publishamerica.net/product41270.html

  • 00:30

    Living with Sickle Cell Anemia - Special Guest Monique McDonald-Williams

    in Goals

    What do you know about Sickle Cell Anemia? Please join us on Wednesday, September 17th for a conversation about this illness. Monique has lived with Sickle Cell since birth and will share her experience and the impact on herself and her family.


     


    Remember you can call in live on 619 6394621

  • 01:01

    Ask The Cat Doctor about Feline Anemia

    in Pets

    What is feline anemia? What are its causes? How is it treated? In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we answer all these questions and more regarding anemia in cats. Considering that anemia can cause similar symptoms in cats to those it causes in humans, like weakness and lethargy, you will want to know the signs to look for and when to get help for this common cat problem.
    We also talk about some things that have been in the news recently and how they apply to your cats! And as always, we take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and now on Fridays and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.

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