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Yvonne Pierre welcomes Dr. Stephanie Sherman to discuss Down Syndrome (DS) Research. Dr. Sherman is a professor and geneticist that spent more than two decades studying the causes and consequences of DS at Emory University Department of Human Genetics. Over the years, she has amassed the largest DS database in the country, thanks to children and families who have participated in studies at Emory. In one such study, the Atlanta Down Syndrome Project, done in collaboration wit
On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will be Discussing " Understanding Down Syndrome". When it comes to Down Syndrome alot of people are often left clueless and to what it entails, how does it happen???... what its like for a child?? and what a parent goes through raising a child with Down Syndrome. Today Ms Teri The Advocate will be Joining us and sharing her personal story as she is raising a daughter with Down Syndrome!
***Down syndrome (DS), also called Trisomy 21, is a condition in which extra genetic material causes delays in the way a child develops, both mentally and physically. It affects about 1 in every 800 babies born in the United States.
Though Down syndrome can't be prevented, it can be detected before a child is born. The health problems that may go along with DS can be treated, and many resources are available to help kids and their families who are
Julie Cevallos, from the National Down Syndrome Society, will be our guest on this show.
Julie will join Nicole and Terri to talk about ways in which students with Down Syndrome can be included in the classroom and school life.
For more information, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.
HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE NEWEST DIS-EASE IN PARENTS? IT IS THE "MARTYR SYNDROME!" MANY TIMES IT CAUSES A PARENT TO LEAVE HER/HIS CHILDREN EMOTIONALLY AND SOMETIMES PHYSICALLY. WE WILL TALK ABOUT THIS TODAY, MONDAY, AT 11, FAVORITE LISTENERS. LOVE, LINNY
Amanda Williams is a wife, mom, hairstylist, advocate for their son, Jayden, who has Angelman Syndrome, and resident of Ponchatoula, LA.
http://www.angelman.org Angleman Syndrome Foundation, Inc.
http://cureangelman.org Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics
http://angelmanbehaviors.org Angelman Syndrome Foundation
Julie N. Jancius is the mom of Ellie, born with Noonan Syndrome. President/CEO of RASopathies Foundation and Noonan Syndrome Foundation branch. Julie discusses the rollercoaster journey of Noonan Syndrome and the gifts of RASopathies Foundation.
RASopathies Foundation (803)522-3110
What's new? Polishing is good again. What about hydrogen peroxide? What about ozone? What about a lot of things. Join Shirley Gutkowski as she makes her way through some of the new research in dental hygiene. Oh, and she'll pick out some holes too.
We're treating diseases a certain way, in isolation. Wack a Mole health care has to end. Your first medication or surgery paves the way for the next one and the next one with no regard to how the system functions as a whole.
Asperger's Syndrome or Asperger's Disorder is an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) that is distinguished by patterns of symptoms as opposed to a single symptom. Characteristics of Asperger's can include restrictive patterning in behavior, activities and interests. It can also include preoccupation of narrow subjects, abnormalities in speech such as abrupt transitions, literal interpretations and mis-comprehension of nuance. But what we're going to focus on in this episode are the challenges that come from the unusually sensitive or insensitivity to sound, light and touch.
We will be joined by a former guest Steve from the episode Seduction by Sole who has Asperger's and can tell us first hand how Asperger's effects his sex and fetish life. This is an especially important episode for those of you in the sex and BDSM world who may encounter someone with Asperger's and how they can make their sexual experience even better and how to avoid pitfalls that can come with these intense sensitivities.
**Please Note** If you see a differing date in the url of this program, this is a BTR glitch for shows that start after a certain time of day. This show is definitely Tues Apr 30, 2013 at 10 PM ET. Although all our shows say that they are 2 hrs in length we try to keep it as close to 1 hr as possible so get those calls in EARLY!
Jo's guest today is her friend and mentor Yvonne Pierre. Yvonne's youngest child was diagnosed with Down Syndrome soon after his birth. Yvonne has directed her attention and primary efforts towards the special needs community. Yvonne is an advocate, filmmaker, talk show radio host, and author of "The Day My Soul Cried."
Golf Rules because of Golf's Rules. So far this season we have seen an illegal drop, a caddie standing in a trap, and a slow play penalty. All rules violations.
But what happens you or your competitor violates golf's code?
Today we have our rules guy Kirk Getsinger discusses two situations that you might encounter here in Arizona.
What would you do? What should you do? Are aware of all your options.
Join us and find out.
Coach Chris Hazelton
Started playing golf at the age of 9 and played off and on until my junior year of high school at Carl Hayden. Was recruited to play golf over at Phoenix College by Coach Haberer after the end of my senior year season was over. Currently coach Boys Golf at Betty Fairfax High School and have been the golf coach for boys for the last four seasons. 2013 Fall will be my fifth season. Our home course is Aguila golf course and we are 5 A division 2. Our school opened six years ago with a freshman student body. Only one player play golf over multiple years and finish his senior year as a member of the team, keeping players is challenging. Next season will be the first season that we will start with the same top 5 that finished with the season prior.
The Coach is an Arizona native and grew up watching his dad play who was and still is an outstanding amateur. He thoroughly enjoys coaching golf and is always thinking ahead to the next season as to how he can be a better golf coach. He has also taught his son how to play the game just ashis dad taught him, and this past season his son played for him as a freshman.
Rudy Barron 2012 First Man
Junior in high school , plays baseball and golf. Came to the golf team his sophomore year with no prior knowledge, last season shot a personal best 9 hole match score of 39 at Coldwater G.C.. 2013 Goal: Qualify for the state tournament
Hunter Hazelton 2012 Second Man
Freshman in high school, plays golf only. Started paying golf seriously during 8 grade after receiving instruction from dad and becoming a member of the First Tee. Personal best 9 hole match score of 43 at Aguila golf course. 2013 Goal: Qualify for the State Tournament
Wellness Wednesday on the Brian The Hammer Show with Integrative Health Counseling-Individual & Family Therapist, Spiritual Psychologist, Reverend; LIZ LAW
Today Liz will be speaking about the P.E.A.C.E. Research Academy, A progressive healing and living style in a model that brings together those in technology dealing with PTSD and virtual devices of healing, faith based healing and the vibrational medicinal effects of both.
Liz is currently looking for the best geographical place to bring these persons, technology and new philosophical/healthful enhancements and accelerations for people into being.
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-The Pope and the Devil
-Police defend Officer who shot NY College Student
-Jodi Arias asks for Life after asking for Death
-OKC: Aftermath of Tornado
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