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At the age of 17, Kevin Parsons saw the movie, "Easy Rider" and thought it would be a wonderful adventure to make a similar trip. However, life happened and the trip was delayed.
He and his wife have now returned from their 50 states in 50 weeks motorcycle tour of America, Was it everything he dreamed it would be? Were there any lessons learned? What was the best part of the trip? What was the worst? Would he advise others to delay their gratification? Or live for today?
Join our host, Judi Moreo, as she talks with Kevin about this incredible trip.
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Tara McGillicuddy welcomes Dr. David Nowell to ADHD Support Talk Radio. Tara and Dr. Nowell will be discussing important issues related to Diagnosis and Evaluation of Adults with ADD / ADHD.
ADHD Support Talk Radio host Tara McGillicuddy is an internationally recognized ADD / ADHD expert. She is also a top ADHD Coach the founder of ADDClasses.com.
Depression-symptoms, diagnosis, and help.
Myasthenia Gravis - Mystery Diagnosis & Jackie Saxon
Generally, symptoms come on relatively suddenly over days to weeks and can be fairly broad spectrum. The classically exercise-induced weakness may not be seen at all and sometimes megaesophagus is the only sign (as in the focal form of myasthenia gravis).
Because swallowing difficulties and regurgitation often are included in the clinical picture, pneumonia resulting from accidental inhalation of saliva, food, or vomit can occur complicating the picture and creating a more serious situation. This complication is called aspiration pneumonia and substantially worsens prognosis.
Casting all your cares upon Him; for He careth for you... Cast they burden upon the LORD, and He shall sustain thee: He shall NEVER suffer the righteous to be moved (1 Peter 5:7; Psalm 55:22).
Are you tired of being told that you're lazy? Are you tired of feeling anxious? Do you have trouble managing time and money? Are you easily bored? Do you find it difficult to start an activity or finish one? Are you chronically late? Do you find it hard to concentrate on what people are saying? Does your thoughts race? Do you day dream a lot? If so, believe it or not, you may have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Isn't it time you found out...
What does a diagnosis do? Who can give a diagnosis? What happens after the diagnosis? We will be discussing this and more on this Sunday's Women of Prayer Show, Please join us and be blessed.
Are we now understanding some of Daniel's prophecies that have never been understood before? Find out as Dr. David Reagan interviews a panel of Bible prophecy experts.
Panel includes: Tim LaHaye, Ed Hindson, Arnold Fruchtenbaum, Randall Price, Don McGee, Don Perkins, Al Gist, Gary Fisher, August Rosado, Andy Woods, Nathan Jones, Daymond Duck, Gary Frazier, Michael Norten, Tom McCall, Brian Thomas
Talking to others about a serious diagnosis is a daunting thought and so many emotions come to the surface when we think about telling others what is going "wrong" with our body. Ultimately, who you tell is up to you, but Robin will give you some guidance by sharing her experiences with telling others about her health challenge.
In past shows, I have had guests who related their heartbreak and struggle to find a diagnosis for a child or loved one. The journey is perilous, arduous and all consuming. For some, it can take years while others watch their loved one decline with no treatment or cure insight.
This show will feature families who searched and fought the healthcare system and were able to get answers. Then comes the work of treatment and long term care.
I am looking forward to the insight of these families and how they were able to successfully navigate the healthcare. There stories will inspire all of us.
On this episode, we discuss diagnostic and treatment issues. Is the state of California truly diagnosing and treating men who are involuntarily committed to Coalinga State Hospital (CSH)? Were the men living at CSH given proper evaluations before they were civilly committed? Why wasn't there any psychological testing, such as a structured screening instrument, to determine whether they were mentally ill? How does the state decide who is committed?
Were the men appropriately evaluated when they were placed in Coalinga State Hospital? Without a valid psychological test, how can anyone really be considered mentally ill, or worse, deemed a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP)? If this program costs in excess of $200,000 per year, are we any better off because of it?
In this episode, we'll hear from men residing in California's $4 billion dollar forensic hospital for sex offender treatment. We'll delve into how they came to be there, and what "treatment" really means in a facility where release is extremely rare.
News/Views: In addition to tonight's topic, each episode may also discuss currents events and information provided by people who either reside or work at CSH. Join us for this important show as we learn more about life inside Coalinga State Hospital.
On this SPECIAL EDITION of FOXOLOGY TODAY and in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I will talk with Karen Campbell of The Rose Organization in Houston, Texas.
The Rose Organization ensures that all women have access to quality care. They provide screening, diagnosis and treatment to women regardless of their ability to pay. The unwavering commitment of volunteers, employees and physicians helped create an organization that has changed the lives of countless women and families. I hope you can join me for this informative conversation!
About today's guest:
Karen Campbell has spent more than two decades telling stories of individuals she admires and organizations making a difference. Telling the story of The Rose and the women they serve has been her primary focus in the last four years. As the nonprofit breast health organization's communications specialist, she has interviewed survivors as young as 21 and helped shaped campaigns to increase awareness.
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