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On SWFL Happenings our guest today Dr. Joseph Magnant will be discussing the difference between Vein Disease and Diabetes when it comes to open wounds not healing and other similar symptoms that occur. Often open wounds that do not heal are attributed to having diabetes but that may not be the case.
Dr. Joseph Magnant earned his Doctorate in Medicine and performed his General Surgery internship and residency at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals in Richmond, Virginia. He completed his Vascular Surgery fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire and is certified by the American Board of Surgery in Vascular Surgery.
He is an active member of The Society for Vascular Surgery, The American College of Phlebology, The Southern Association for Vascular Surgery and is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Tough Talk with Tony Gambone with guest Dawn DePasquale & David Alan Johnson
Dawn is the founder, CEO, and Clinical Director of Bell Mental Health Associates. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology through the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, a program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). She has worked in the Mental Health field since 2000, and her training and experience include one-on-one treatment as well as family, couples, and group therapy with both children and adults.
David Alan Johnson graduated High School in South Texas and, along with his best friend, joined the US Army. As a Paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, David was trained in Light Weapons, Demolitions, Anti-Armor Weapons and Tactics, and became an instructor in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare. After the Army, David attended college and decided to become a pilot. He flew freight and corporate executives around Mexico and Central America as well as the Continental US. In 1986, he went to work for Southern Air Transport, parachuting supplies to the Nicaraguan Contras.
Making Life Easy with Gwen Gistarb with guest Dawn DePasquale & Courtney Frey
Dawn is the founder, CEO, and Clinical Director of Bell Mental Health Associates. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology through the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, a program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). She has worked in the Mental Health field since 2000, and her training and experience include one-on-one treatment as well as family, couples, and group therapy with both children and adults
Courtney Frey lives in rural Iowa with her three teenagers, has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and in Human and Health Services. She is the author of One Birthmother's Emotional Truth on Healing, Recovery and Success, as well as, her latest novel Restitution. She has spoken all over the country regarding women's issues, and has hosted women's retreats with a focus on creating authentic relationships.
Carry the Lost was formed in 2010. Originally there were 5 members. The band had some great gigs together and did some shows for Live 105, the local Halifax modern radio station. Since 2012, the band has gone through a transformation and several new members. The new Carry the Lost is bigger and more diverse in sound than ever. With 6 members our sound has expanded and with the addition of a new keyboard player the sky is the limit. Going into 2014 we are poised for success as we begin a new era of Carry the Lost. The new line up is as follows: Leigh MacInnis(vocals) Ave Trefry(guitar) Jeff Parks(guitar) Karim Hararra(keyboards) Scott Richardson(bass) Ken Ross(drums) Carry the Lost have 2 new releases, "Nothing at All" and "Hours". For the first time they will be heard on Thursday October 3rd on Chit Chat Chicks. "Hours" is the first balad by Carry the Lost and contains elements not yet heard by Carry the Lost fans. We will be playing Hours live for the first time October 11th at Montes Showbar and Grill in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. All of our songs are better than ever with the new line up. The 2 new releases will be available on itunes, cdbaby, amazon etc. very soon.
Local elections are just as important as National. In fact MOST of your "hated' regulations come from the local level. Tune in as I talk with Mike Watson
We mean it this time, no more verbosity! Welcome to the Mid Week in Review edition of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7pm eastern. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. The topics to be discussed this (mid) week are: moviegoers in Silver Springs, MD were disgusted with the overt police presence at a Regal Cinema theater showing of The Butler according to Black Twitter; a recent LA Times article highlights some the scholastic struggles (along with the requisite cultural clashes) of a South LA student who successfully matriculated to UC Berkeley; picking up from last week's listed topic-has rapper, Kendrick Lamar thrown down the gauntlet against his industry colleagues informing them to produce better music?; are your household appliances secretly watching and recording your every move and lastly, a Dartmouth College fraternity pokes fun at Black gangs with a costume party (here we go....again). See you all at 7pm.
Best-Selling author Murray Pura has a number of projects going on right now.
Which ones will we discuss? All of them if we can! Tune in as Murray discusses his novels, novellas, Devotionals, paperbacks,ebook series, audio books and much more!
Murray Andrew Pura was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and has traveled extensively throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Ordained as a Baptist minister in 1986, Pura has served five churches in Canada and headlined numerous speaking engagements in Canada and the United States. He has five books published, was a contributor to the Life With God Bible, has been a finalist for The Paraclete Fiction Award, The Dartmouth Book Award, and The John Spencer Hill Literary Award, and has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2010 Kobzar Literary Award of Canada.
Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg with special guests
In the 1980s, Rakesh Sethi graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science degree with courses in pre-med, engineering, and computer science. I landed a good job at Hewlett-Packard. I had worked hard to put myself through college, and suddenly I had money for the extras. I moved up the career ladder – and then got caught up in the rat race, in status, and in buying material things.
But I wasn’t happy. I started to question my life and my purpose. My spirit yearned for something more, something different. In 1987 I started reading the Vedic scientific philosophies and other scientific and philosophical books. In particular, the Tao of Physics resonated with me, because it presents a scientific way to understand our nature from both a philosophical and physics standpoint. This insight, combined from philosophy and science, connected the dots for me – it helped me understand my purpose and my responsibility as a human being.
Dawn DePasquale, LMHC Chief Executive Officer, Clinical Director Dawn is the founder, CEO, and Clinical Director of Bell Mental Health Associates. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology through the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, a program approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). She has worked in the Mental Health field since 2000, and her training and experience include one-on-one treatment as well as family, couples, and group therapy with both children and adults.
Erin Lowry Erin is the founder of the blog Broke Millennial and hopes to help increase financial literacy. She's focused on using sarcasm and humor to explain financial basics to her fellow millennials. In addition to writing Broke Millennial, Erin co-founded economag an online magazine dedicated to bringing the latest in personal finance, tech, entertainment and health. With a bit of sass of course. Erin lives and works in New York City where she's developed quite the knack for finding deals and free events.
Kate Taylor Kate is a writer in NYC. A recent grad from Dartmouth College, she's been writing content tailored for millennials about leadership, entrepreneurship and business for Forbes for two summers.
Pose a Pet
Jennifer Whaley knows quite a bit about taking photos of homeless pets. A pet photography business had always been a dream of her father’s. She had been helping her dad launch that business when he became sick and died. When she decided to go out on her own, her first photos to build her portfolio were of shelter dogs at Chicago Canine Rescue. Her app, Pose A Pet is an amazing app that is saving animals' lives.
Join Host Nicole Brandon for 90 minutes at 4 PM Eastern.
Host Nicole Brandon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. From Health, and Wellness to Wealth and Ultimate Success her seemingly unlimited well of information is simply mind boggling.
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Today's Guest: Dr. Kevin Ross Emery
Dr. Kevin Ross Emery is a sought after leader, innovator, author, teacher, synergetic catalyst, speaker, and an expert in the ADD/HD field. He has worked for such companies as American Express, Dartmouth College, Hilton, and Sheraton. In the 80’s, he was a driving force for the creation and implementation of training programs in the banking, retail, food and financial service industries.
Dr. Kevin’s work in, the professional and personal development fields, as well as, the corporate, small business, and entrepreneurial fields has given him a wide platform to work from. In his work as a synergetic catalyst, he helps the business owner maximize their potential as well as their teams’ and their businesses’ potential. Synergizing Your Team is his way of allowing your business to be greater than the sum of its parts.
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