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Join The Cardiac Corner and host Lee Clark today at 6:30pm est for some Hurricanes and NHL talk. Todays guest will be Marsha Clark an avid Hurricanes fan. Today we will be discussing Jim Rutherford stepping down and Ron Francis taking over as GM. We will also discuss head coach Kirk Mullers firing and who should replace him as head coach. Join us in the chat room which opens up 10-15 mins before the show or call into the show if you would like we always love to hear from the fans.
There are over one million adults alive with a congenital heart defect or CHD. Many surgeries performed on survivors are corrective but not curative. The non-cardiac health issues that seem to appear fairly regularly include, but are not limited to: problems with teeth, (i.e. an abscess, needing wisdom teeth removed or needing braces); scoliosis; problems with legs or feet requiring braces or surgery, pregnancy or female problems, male babies with undescended testicles or concern about circumcision, eye problems, protein-losing enteropathy, other intestinal problems, plastic bronchitis, asthma, strokes, seizures, migraines and allergies.
These non-cardiac conditions are more worrisome for heart parents and CHD survivors since everything is more complicated when considering a body which has had open-heart surgery. Special considerations must be made for drugs taken and surgical complications endured. What kinds of non-cardiac health issues are common in the heart community and why?
Join The Cardiac Corner and host Lee Clark today at 2:00pm est. Today we will recap the game agaist the Devils as well as preview tonight's game against the Rangers. We will also gets Lees take on the new of a possible coaching change in the offseason for the Canes. Come join us in the chat room or call into the show if you would like.
Doctors of the USA welcomes William T. Abraham, MD, FACP, FACC, FAHA, FESC, director of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and a professor of internal medicine, physiology and cell biology at the Ohio State University Medical Center to talk about the first FDA approved wireless device with remote monitoring to measure pulmonary artery pressure in certain heart failure patients. Listen in as he shares about the safety and efficacy of the device and how it allows health care professionals to monitor the condition of their patients remotely.
Dr. William Abraham is the lead investigator for the CardioMEMS clinical trials and also serves as deputy director of Ohio State’s Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute. He has been recognized as one of the “Best Doctors in America” for eight consecutive years. Also in 2009 he was named inaugural designated Chair of Excellence in Cardiovascular Medicine at Ohio State’s College of Medicine. Dr. Abraham earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston, Mass., and completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowships in cardiology and heart failure/cardiac transplantation at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Abraham is an internationally known researcher in heart failure. He has received grants from the National Institutes of Health, the American College of Cardiology and the Aetna Quality Care Foundation and has participated as principal investigator in more than 100 multicenter clinical drug and device trials.In addition to authoring more than 600 original papers, abstracts, book chapters and review articles, Dr. Abraham also co-edited Heart Failure: A Practical Approach to Treatment, a leading textbook on heart failure.
Check out the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center website.
Crucificação foi um método de execução utilizado na Antiguidade e comum tanto em Roma quanto em Cartago. Consistia em torturar o condenado e obrigá-lo a levar até o local do suplício a barra horizontal da cruz, onde já se encontrava a parte vertical cravada no chão. De braços abertos, o condenado era pregado na madeira pelos pulsos e pelos pés e morria, depois de horas de exaustão, por asfixia e paragem cardíaca. Neste ato combinavam-se os elementos de vergonha e tortura. O castigo da crucificação começava com flagelação, depois do criminoso ter sido despojado de suas vestes. O processo do açoitamento ser tão forte que às vezes o flagelado morria em consequência da violência.O flagelo era cometido ao réu estando este preso a uma coluna. Domingo 6, 19 h de Portugal (15 h de Brasília)
and he who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me. Matthew 10:38
Crucifixion was a method of execution used in antiquity and common in both Rome and Carthage. Was to torture the condemned and force him to take up the place of execution the horizontal bar of the cross, which was already the vertical part stuck in the ground. With open arms, the condemned was nailed to the wood by the wrists and feet and died, after hours of exhaustion, by asphyxiation and cardiac arrest. In this act, combined the elements of shame and torture. The punishment of crucifixion began with scourging, after the offender has been stripped of his garments. In Case soldiers fixed their nails, pieces of bone, and the like, may torture the scourging be so strong that sometimes plagued died as a result of the scourge violência. All punishment was committed to this defendant being bound to a column. Sunday, 6th, 2pm EST\1pm CST\12 pm MST\11 am PST - USA
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith for this special episode covering their travel experiences throughout central Louisiana, as part of their Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units and their gateway communities.
Hear interviews about Historic Plantations including the Oakland & Magnolia Plantations within Cane River Creole National Historical Park, Loyd Hall in Cheneyville, Kent House in Alexandria, plus, Elvin Shields’ Plantation Toys and life at Oakland Plantation.
Caroline Phillips talks about the Louisiana Political Museum in Winnfield.
Glynn Burrows of Norfolk Tours UK will discuss the historic connections between England & Louisiana, and Steve Schneickert reports on the area’s Hollywood History. And, hear about the great food, entertainment and lodging options in the area including Tunk’s Cypress Inn on Kincaid Lake, Hampton Inn in Natchitoches, Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Alexandria, and more!
Join The Cardiac Corner and host Lee Clark today at 3:00pmest. Today we will be discussing tonight's game against the Panthers as well as talk about Tuesday's game against the Isles. We will also discuss the impact of the news that Rutherford may be stepping down and who should fill that role.
Airtravel is hard; but, when you have a disability, it becomes almost like mission impossible. On Monday, June 23, 2014 at 8:28 am, we arrived at the Southwest Airlines terminal at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport. My partner has MS and uses a cane. Walking any distance is exhausing for her and standing in one place for an extended amount of time is impossible. So we always make sure that we clearly indicate PASSENGER NEEDS ASSISTANCE when we book her flights. What happened next was not only a comedy of errors but it made my blood boil enough to come home and develop a show on the topic.
The Airline Carrier Access Act (ACAA) prohibits commercial airlines from discriminating against passengers with disabilities and also mandates that certain accommodations are provided.
Tune in as I share not only our experience but also experiences that some of our listeners have shared with me from my Tweet about Southwest Airlines. The summer travel season is upon us; and, if you are flying with a disability--fly informed!
Join The Cardiac Corner and host Lee Clark today at 1:00pm est for 30 mins of great hockey talk. Joining us today will be the host of NHL On The Ice, Bryan Yates. Bryan will be joining us today to talk some Red Wings hockey as well as to talk about tonights game. Feel free to join us in the chat room or call into the show if you would like.
Born Emmit Ellis, Jr. in Homer, Louisiana, Rush was the son of Ellis Sr. and Mattie Ellis. His father was a pastor whose guitar and harmonica playing provided early musical influences. As a young child he began experimenting with music using a sugar-cane syrup-bucket and a broom-wire diddley bow. Around 1946, he and the family moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas where his father took on the pastorate of a church. It was here that Rush would become friends with Elmore James, slide-player Boyd Gilmore (Elmore's cousin), and piano-player Moose John Walker; eventually forming a band to support his singing, as well as harp and guitar playing.
Still a teen, Rush donned a fake moustache to play in local juke joints with the band fascinated by enthusiasm of the crowds. His family relocated to Chicago in 1953 where he became part of the local blues scene in the following decade.
It was in the early 1970s that his self-penned "Chicken Heads" cracked the Billboard R&B chart on Galaxy, after being picked up from a small label started by former Vee Jay Records producer, Calvin Carter (#34, 1971). He later recorded with leading black music label, Philadelphia International, releasing his first album, Rush Hour produced by Leon Huff, with one track, I Wanna Do The Do also charting in 1979 .
In the early 1980s, he moved to Jackson, Mississippi, where he recorded a series of records for the LaJam label, Malaco's Waldoxy imprint, and in 2003, his own Deep Rush label with partner Greg Preston, a former Malaco Records executive. 2004's FolkFunk was a return to a more rootsier sound, featuring guitarist Alvin Youngblood Hart. He appeared in the film, The Road to Memphis which is part of the series The Blues, produced by Martin Scorsese. Rush was also a judge for the second annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' career
Join The Cardiac Corner and Host Lee Clark as we welcome back all the Canes fans as the Canes kick off the return to the NHL in tonight's game. We will break down tonight's matchup and will aslo discuss the Olympics. Join us at 12:30 today for some great hockey talk.
Sometimes our past calls us back to it so that we might make a difference in the lives of the future generations who walk the same path we once walked. I grew up in Jamaica West Indies, and went to school at the Carmel Primary School. I can recall going to school each day; and my breakfast was a piece of yam or dumpling from the previous nights dinner, heated on wood fire. My hot drink was either hot cow's or goat's milk and other times heated cane juice my father made with his wooden mill. I lost my mother when I was 13 and the Carmel Primary School became my refuge and nurtured me through this loss. I was one of the lucky ones, at 15 I went to sit for the Jamaica Local exams and I finished school and moved to the U.S. in 1985 to continue pursuing my dreams. Through the years, my home has always been in my heart, and in 2012 when I visited my old school- my heart sank to see that many of the students arrive to school hungry each day. They sit through morning classes with their stomachs growling, unable to concentrate and fully integrate what is being taught because their bodies need that morning nourishment. I felt deeply guided to making sure that these students were nourished, I knew that this was one difference I could make, and I told Principal Vendolyn Richards that I would do whatever I could to make sure that every child would be able to begin the day nourished 5 days a week before school. These children are in such a critical time for their cognitive development. The body and brain need nourishment every day. And if a child's brain never developed fully because it didn't get the nutrients it needed early in life, the effects of hunger-related delays will remain for the rest of their lives. This is an opportunity to literally nourish the growing minds and bodies of the next generations. Give them a chance to reach their fullest potential. www.GoFundMe.com/1g4m38
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