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LIVE with Baboucarr Lowe in South Korea
''Baboucarr Lowe is from Gambia and lives in Busan City, South Korea. He is a researcher in the field of Biomedical Nanotechnology applications in Tissue Engineering. He Isolates nano-biomaterial from nature as well characterize and functionalize them for use in tissue damage repairs and or regeneration. Functionalized nano-biomaterial with other polymers are largely fabricated in the form of 3D scaffolds with unique micro-environmental architectures capable of playing host to cells growth and development. He is also a poet and a writer and interested about how diversity in cultures and people should be embrace to ensure a peaceful human society where people live in dignity and prosperity.''
Dr. Jerry will be sitting down with us once again for another live expert Q&A.
Whether you want to know about treating your child or need advice for a newly diagnosed family, Dr. Jerry is here to #ChatAutism with you!
Have a question for Dr. Jerry? Feel free to post your questions to our Facebook page or tweet them to us using the hashtag #ChatAutism and on February 11th, Dr. Jerry will begin answering them live on the air.
Learn more about Dr. Jerry Kartzinel at www.mendingautism.com and check out his line of supplements at www.kartzinelwellness.com.
The Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Branch seeks to increase the number of highly-trained underrepresented biomedical and behavioral scientists in leadership positions to significantly impact the health-related research needs of the nation.
Kathleen Dichiara visits Perfectly Healthy And Toned Radio to talk about her book,"The Hidden Connection".
Kathleen is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Speaker and Author of the best-selling book "The Hidden Connection." After years of struggling with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, severe degenerative arthritis, and a myriad of other ailments, she made it her personal mission to teach others the power of healthy foods. Kathleen received specialized training in the biomedical approaches and supplemental interventions to autism and other chronic conditions after her son was diagnosed with PDD-NOS. She is a professionally trained raw food chef and board certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Kathleen resides in Rhode Island, with her husband and three young boys, where she serves as President and Founder of Rhode to Health, Inc. Visit her at www.kathleendichiara.com
DSMA Live with Cherise, George and Scott.
Rick Philbin, a pillar in the diabetes, medical device, and sports medicine communities, joins us to tell us about his journey with type 1 diabetes and talk about non-invasive glucose monitoring.
Rick Philbin, MEd, MBA, ATC, is a consultant for medical device and diabetes companies looking to improve the lives of people with diabetes and the clinicians who treat them. Over the last two years Rick was Vice President of Sales for Asante Solutions, maker of a new insulin pump, the Snap. Prior to his leadership role at Asante, Rick worked for 12 years at Animas Corporation/J&J as a Territory Manager, Regional Manager, and East Area Field Director. His background is in Athletic Training/Sports Management and he is an individual with type 1 diabetes. Prior to joining Animas, he managed a comprehensive sports medicine center in the Washington, DC, area. Rick has been working with Children with Diabetes (CWD) for 15 years, presenting to parents, coordinating the sports programming for kids, and writing articles on the CWD website section called the Sports Corner. Rick's professional experience also includes working as an Athletic Trainer for a Philadelphia-based sports medicine center, where he worked with professional athletes from the Philadelphia 76ers and Flyers. He believes education is paramount for good diabetes management. He practices tight management of his diabetes and enjoys competitive basketball and weight training while on an insulin pump. Rick lives in the Washington, DC, area with his wife Sharon and daughters Nicole and Andrea.
INFLUENZA HAS BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONVERSATION THIS WINTER, BUT THERE’S ANOTHER VIRUS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT. IT’S CALLED RSV, A COMMON VIRUS, OFTEN MISTAKEN AS THE COMMON COLD, CONTRACTED BY NEARLY 100 PERCENT OF BABIES BY THEIR SECOND BIRTHDAY.
DR. CAROLYN CLEAR AND PARENT ADVOCATE LINDSAY MATHIS ARE HERE TO DISCUSS THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE FLU AND RSV, AND TO SHARE A SIMPLE CHECKLIST TO HELP PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AGAINST THESE VIRUSES.
DR. CLEAR – CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE COMMON VIRUSES THAT ARE PREVALENT DURING THE WINTER MONTHS?
LINDSAY – YOU’VE HAD A RECENT PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH RSV. CAN YOU SHARE YOUR STORY WITH US?
DR. CLEAR – HOW CAN PARENTS BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR DANGERS SUCH AS RSV AND OTHER VIRUSES? WHAT ITEMS SHOULD PARENTS HAVE ON THEIR HEALTHY CHECKLIST THIS TIME OF YEAR?
LINDSAY – WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR PARENTS LOOKING TO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF SEASONAL ILLNESSES AND RSV?
DOCTOR/LINDSAY – WHERE CAN WE GET MORE INFORMATION?
Dr. Carolyn Clear is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and certified for pediatric advanced life support. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in biology from LaSalle University, Dr. Clear earned both her master’s degree in biomedical sciences and her doctor of osteopathy degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
My guest, MARTY KELLEY, will discussion what worked for her child in recovering him from the label Autism. Kenneth Kelley was diagnosed with autism at 2 years old. At 5 1/2 years old, his parents, Donald and Marty Kelley, started biomedical intervention with Kenneth, consisting of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, mb12 injections, and glutathione. They also bought a mild hyperbaric oxygen chamber and started treating him at home for 3 hours each day, totalling 90 hours each month. At age 8, Kenneth had an umbilical cord blood stem cell infusion (this is not embryonic stem cells). Kenneth started reading about 6-9 months after the first treatment and became potty trained as well. Since that time, Kenneth has had a total of 5 adult stem cell treatments. He is now 13, and his IQ has gone up and he does not have any more Autistic symptoms. He is a little delayed, but his parents feel he is catching up rapidly. You can preview a clip of their story at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyU4m2ZF-pA&app=desktop. Please join us live on the 26th at 12:00 P.M. CST. We will be taking questions from callers.
Join us for What's Your RX for Balance with your Host Dr. Glenna Calder, Naturopathic Doctor and her expert returning guest and colleague, Dr. Bryan Rade, Naturopathic Doctor. In this episode Dr. Glenna will interview Dr. Rade on the Biomedical Approaches to the Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Rade has studiedly extensively in Biological Medicine and has taken advanced courses on the Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Please listen in this Thursday, May 1st at 2 pm PST and 6 pm PST as Dr. Rade shares his rich knowledge on this topic.
Sit back and join your hos,t Dr. Glenna on this episode of What's Your RX for Balance, a show created to enrich your mind, body and soul to help you make educated and empowered decisions about your health!
Charlotte View welcomes Richard Boylan, Ph.D., M.S. Ed, MSW, B.A. Richard Boylan, PhD, MSW, MSEd, is an author and a noted researcher of the Star Visitor and Star Children phenomena, and is director of the Star Kids Project ©. His biography is part of the twentieth edition of Who's Who in the World, with mention of his pioneering work in the field of UFOs and Star Visitors.
According to Dr. Boylan, "A Star Seed is an adult; a Star Kid is a child. A Star Seed/Star Kid may be defined as an adult/child with both human and extraterrestrial origin. The extraterrestrial contribution may come from reproductive material, from genetic engineering, from biomedical technology, and from telepathic consciousness linking, as well as from directed incarnation of a Star Visitor into a human body."
Some of the signs of a Star Kid:
Paranormal abilities: telekinesis (ability to move objects with the mind), teleportation (moving one's body in space), levitation, precognition, telepathy, clairvoyance, invisibility, ability to expand or dilate time, and so on.
Ability to influence and to heal others, mentally or through the use of pranic energy.
Striking appearance: as kids they have a knowing gaze, and a mature look, and in adulthood may appear much younger than their years.
Biophysical changes: increased cranial size, lower body temperature, and immunity to common childhood diseases
Shared consciousness: spiritual insight, ability to link with other Star Kids and with Source Consciousness, and the ability to download information from off-planet.
Richard Boylan: email@example.com / www.drboylan.com
Kris Warren, a documentary filmmaker, is producing an exciting new film about how clinical Music Therapy and Neurologic Music Therapy are being used as options for treating symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and many other populations. He is also a music artist who discovered Music Therapy recently in August 2013. Kris wrote a song about how music is his therapy not knowing that Music Therapy is a viable and effective treatment option. Since that moment, he went on a journey throughout the USA interviewing experts on Music Therapy and Neurologic Music Therapy for the upcoming documentary titled Music Is My Therapy: MusicTherapyDocumentary.Com. Funds are also currently being raised on Kickstarter to film internationally.
Kris is joined by Professor Michael Thaut from Colorado State University. Dr. Thaut's internationally recognized research focuses on brain function in music, especially time information processing in the brain related to rhythmicity and biomedical applications of music to neurologic rehabilitation of cognitive and motor functions.
Daniel J. Schneck is my guest today and will be talking about his forth-coming book, Basic Anatomy and Physiology for the Music Therapist. Providing need-to-know information about the human body for music therapists, this book covers the elements of anatomy and physiology that are of particular relevance to clinical practice.
Addressing both the structure and function of the human body, the material is presented with the music therapist in mind. Particular attention is paid to the role of music in affecting responses from the organ systems, including the senses, the endocrine glands, the immune system, the musculo-skeletal system, the nervous systems and the vestibular system. Dr Schneck also uses accessible musical metaphors to explain complex biological information.
Emphasising the symbiotic relationship between music and the body, this book reveals how an understanding of this relationship can help music therapists to practice more effectively, and will be of interest to students and practitioners alike.
The author's previous co-authored book, The Music Effect (ISBN 9781843107712), has sold over 2200 copies since Dec 2005.
Dr Daniel J. Schneck is a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering and the Biomedical Engineering Society. He has published widely, including 24 books, and is a National Book Award nominated author. He is an international consultant on basic physiological function and the role of music in human adaptation. He is also an accomplished violinist and continues to perform professionally. He is based in Virginia, USA.
Publication date Sunday, June 21, 2015
USA Price $39.95
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
All three books of the Transformation Trilogy by author David Moyer are now available. These include Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” and Beyond Mental Illness. Moyer has provided clinical social work services and consultation at the federal, state and county levels.
Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, published in 2003, is a medical memoir/detective story. In the course of a four-generation bipolar odyssey involving his great aunt, his grandmother, his father and his son, he learns that bipolar disorder can result from nutritional imbalances as well as infections. He discusses effective treatment methods that relieve symptoms in some patients. He begins to question the usefulness of the bipolar disorder diagnosis, then the entire range of mental disorders.
Moyer’s new book, 10 Ways to Keep your Brain from Screaming “Ouch!” contains useful perspectives and interventions frequently overlooked in mainstream psychiatry. Moyer invites clients and their healthcare providers to consider these innovative solutions.
In Beyond Mental Illness, Moyer examines the scientific evidence supporting the need to move beyond the labels of “mental disorders” toward individualized biomedical assessment and treatment. It is written for professionals, family members and clients interested in better understanding multiple factors that play a role in these syndromes. Moyer predicts that in the future, mental disorders will to be redefined as syndromes. Clinicians will treat the biological bases of these syndromes. Portions of the book are technical. As the book’s subtitle reads, “Transform a label. Transform a life.”