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MEDICINE HAS TRIED FOR YEARS TO EITHER MEDICATE OR SURGICALLY FIX A RACING HEART. TRY AS WE DO, THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN JUST OK. NOW NEW INFORMATION TELLS US THE WEIGHT WE ARE CARRYING COULD BE THE CULPRIT.
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
Call the show today to ask about your most pressing health concerns!
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Please join Dr Daniels on May 27 at 6pm EDT for the Healing with Dr Daniels Show. The show's title is Atrial Fibrillation.
A stunning tale of diagnosis, misdiagnosis and (in)effectiveness. Using THEIR numbers and her experience, Dr Daniels examines the stated cause of Atrial Fibrillation, the deadly therapies and how you can avoid this
fate - Naturally of course.
Tune in to Healing with Dr Daniels on May 27 at 6pm EDT. Listen by phone, ask questions by calling 914-338-0695 or go online click this link or copy this on your browser:
Thank you so much for stopping by and listening to Sports Palooza Radio. The METS ARE GOING TO THE WORLD SERIES! We'll talk about the game and the upcoming series as well as other important sports topics.
Joining us in the studio is Bruno deJulio, who has been on our show before and brings his incredible knowledge of horse racing to our show. He'll talk about the upcoming Breeders' Cup, taking place Halloween weekend.
And the NBA legendary man, Jerry West, stops by to talk to us about a topic that's very important to him! And Ej gets to ask him a question that nobody else has asked him!
And, oh those Mets! (And Packers! 6-0!) Join us!
Miracles seem to be all around us, but some miracles are thanks to the great strides made in the field of pediatric cardiology. What kind of advances have been made over the years? What are some techniques being used that can save untold numbers of lives? How, exactly, are babies or children benefiting from the developments in pediatric cardiology?
This show will feature the mother of two daughters who is grateful for the advances in pediatric cardiology and how those advances have personally affected her life. Tune in to hear how Sharisse Roberts feels she has a medical miracle living with her and the advice she has for others who find themselves being told their unborn child will be born with a congenital heart defect.
Child Protective Services is supposed to help children who may be neglected or abused but what kind of damage can they exact when they interfere with a family who has a child with a complicated medical history -- including a congenital heart defect?
How could this organization pull a family apart? Did the child’s congenital heart defect play a pivotal role in CPS’ decision to remove that child from the family? How can other families safeguard their own families from a similar event occurring?
We’ll discover the answers to those questions and more in today’s show which is entitled “How Child Protective Services Almost Destroyed One Heart Family.” Special thanks to jesadaphorn of www.freedigitalphotos.netfor the use of the image in on this page.
Dr. Teferi Mitiku is a board-certified cardiologist and a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of California, Irvine, who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders and device-based therapies. Dr. Teferi earned his medical degree from UCLA and went on to complete his residency in internal medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and electrophysiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.
His clinical interests include radiofrequency ablation of complex arrhythmias, such as atrial fibrillation, tachycardia and flutter due to structural heart disease. He also is highly skilled in the implantation of pacemakers, internal defibrillators (ICD) and biventricular devices (BIV/ICD) for resychronization therapy. Dr. Teferi is a member of the Heart Rhythm Society, the American Medical Association and the American College of Cardiology.
Have you ever wondered what Eisenmenger's Syndrome is? Who gets it? What are the symptoms? How does it affect a person's body from childhood to adulthood? What changes occur with the aging survivor?
Carolyn Robinson, a long-time Eisenmenger Syndrome Survivor will answer these questions and more as she details her life story of being diagnosed with this condition and surviving long enough to become a grandmother! Carolyn is a published author. She wrote an essay entitled "Leading the Troops" for The Heart of a Mother, which was an anthology of stories by women affected by congenital heart defects. Carolyn's essay was in the Mothers with Congenital Heart Defects chapter and detailed her efforts to become a mother.
Tips from Boehringer Ingelheim
Pharmaguy interviews Patricia Alves, Social Media Community Manager, and Jaclyn Fonteyne, Social Media Specialist, at Boehringer Ingelheim, about their experience with tweetchats to inform stakeholders, build trust, and drive innovation in healthcare.
In 2013, Boehringer Ingelheim took its first steps into the world of Tweetchats, running these 'online Twitter conferences' in a number of disease areas, including atrial fibrillation, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and lung cancer. Despite the regulatory challenges posed by such activities, these were all successful, both in terms of delivering value on all sides and for staying compliant.
Questions/Topics of Discussion
What is a Tweetchat is and why are they important for pharma?
What are the essential steps to planning a successful Tweetchat?
What are measures of success?
Give us you views on the future of Tweetchats within the broader pharma and healthcare space.
**May Is National Stroke Awareness Month***
New Educational Campaign
Learn The ‘Fibs or Facts’ About the Risk of stroke…and much more
AN EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (AFIB), A TYPE OF IRREGULAR HEARTBEAT NOT CAUSED BY A HEART VALVE PROBLEM, AND ITS ASSOCIATED INCREASED RISK OF STROKE
An educational campaign called “Fibs or Facts” is designed to raise awareness about AFib not caused by a heart valve problem and its associated increased risk of stroke. AFib affects approximately 5.8 million people in the U.S., and this condition puts people at a five times greater risk of stroke than those without it.
The “Fibs or Facts” campaign website www.FibsOrFacts.com features an educational quiz to test people’s knowledge of the fibs and the facts of AFib and its associated increased risk for stroke. For each person who completes the “Fibs or Facts” quiz, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer will donate $1 to National Stroke Association, up to $35,000.
Dr. James A. Reiffel, a Professor of Clinical Medicine from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, shares with our Life Lessons audience the importance of understanding the condition and its associated increased risk of stroke, and of discussing treatment options with your doctor to help reduce the risk of stroke.
Greetings. I'm Tammy D'ercole, a 47-year old lady who is an 8-year butt-kickin SURVIVOR from Sarasota Springs, NY. Now a single mother of four lovely women, mema of 2 delicious chicks and a daughter, of course.
The labors of a fulI time mom included being a softball coach, girl scout leader, volunteer, nurse, neighbor... yada yada yada. My 19-year old daughter Catie had heart surgery as a new born and stroked. My third daughter is a true miracle. That was 1994. '95 had us nursing after my sister-in-law who was in stage 4 breast cancer. 1997 she lost.
In witnessing those life-fights, 2006 it was my turn. Atrial myxoma... what's that you say... a tumor? Where my heart... for real... kinda unexpected.... this mom used to say God has three answers - "sure, not yet, and I had something else in mind."
How right I learned that was. After my sister in law passed, my church life and fake faith did too. On feb1 2006 I had open heart surgery and we, me my partner and kids together suffered a massive stroke; not my plan.
Yet from the 5th day post event till now 8 years later a mustard seed has become a mountain of faith, hope, recovery and inspiration. From the trenches to the triumphs, hear the story of this woman's struggle out of that bitter morass of self pity to knowing a new freedom and a new happiness! I am a long distance mom and mema, and I am no longer a cause for fear or concern to my daughters. Today. I get by with a little help from my friends, and an amazingly loving God. Thank you Matt Duffin, for asking me to share.
Topic: Don Wooldridge, author of The Clayton County Trilogy reveals the health crises that transformed a world-weary technical writer/consultant into a successful novelist.
Meet Don Wooldridge author of warm, witty, enthusiastically received Clayton County Trilogy. In this remarkably intimate interview, Don reveals how his struggle with bi-polar disorder and atrial fibrillation transformed him from a world weary technical writer/instructor/consultant into a highly acclaimed, prolific novelist. Don's portrayal of an urban female IRS agent's adventures in a small Iowa town will appeal to anyone who loves a good plot with real, fleshed out characters. This is a man who's determined to make a difference and gives generously to aspiring writers, his community and his readers. He's currently enjoying the good life with his wife, Pat in Mesa, Arizona.
[4:58] Kill Cliff Recovery Drink
[11:30] BCAA Ratio
[14:26] Making Up Calories On Weekends
[18:15] Oleic Acid And Seborrheic Dermatitis
[22:34] Valsalva Maneuver
[18:20] Atrial Fibrillation
[48:47] Strengthening Joints And Connective Tissue