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Happiness, Health, Stress Reduction and much more! Dr. Alex Concorde MD PhD MBA was selected by Buckingham Palace for the special Best British Innovators Science & Medicine event, named one of the "Top 50 Wellbeing Gurus" by The London Times, received 'Health Practitioner of the Year' by Today's Therapist, and frequently seen as an expert in a variety of media outlets throughout the UK.
Dr. Alex is one of the world's leading transformational specialists and pioneer/creator of CruX New Paradigm Psychology and New Mind Body Wisdom.
From happiness to health, stuck states to spirituality, mind matters to medicine, bio-science to business. Gain clarity and vision, let time become a positive resource instead of a constant pressure, release all barriers and pre-conceived limits. Imagine all the possibilities!
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Crohn’s disease may affect as many as 700,000 Americans. Men and Women are equally likely to be affected, and while the disease can occur at any age, Crohn's is more prevalent among adolescents and young adults between the ages of 15 and 35.
Ulcerative colitis may affect as many as 700,000 Americans. Men and Women are equally likely to be affected, and most people are diagnosed in their mid-30s. The disease can occur at any age and older men are more likely to be diagnosed than older women
What is being done to research and find the cause of these diseases? For that we ask Dr. Ellen Li.
Dr. Ellen Li, MD, PhD, a gastroenterologist and research scientist, is Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in the Department of Medicine at Stony Brook University School of Medicine. Dr. Li oversees the clinical, research and training of a Division that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and liver.
Dr. Li’s major research interest is on defining the role of the gut microbiome in digestive diseases, particularly inflammatory bowel diseases, colon cancer, and functional GI disorders (e.g. irritable bowel syndrome). Since coming to Stony Brook in 2009, Ellen has launched an interdepartmental Digestive Diseases Biobanking Core, with the generous support of the Simons Foundation, that will provide an infrastructure that encourages collaborations between clinicians and basic scientists in conducting clinical translational research.She is the author of 77 peer-reviewed articles and several chapters in the Textbook of Gastroenterology.
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Dr Robert Sakulanda MD is a board certified family physician,and hospitalist with more than 19 years experience. He graduated from the University of Zambia (UNZA)School of Medicine in 1995 and also holds an MBA in Finance & Accounting. He is the president & CEO of Entire Family Medical Center based in Atlanta, Georgia. He is also the founder of Help & Embrace Zambia a multifaceted group providing help and services in medical missions in Africa particularly in Zambia.
Dr Sakulanda joins us on PERSPECTIVES to discuss and share information on the recent EBOLA outbreak in West Africa. He will discuss the background and characteristics of the Ebola virus and how it is managed. How does this affect the African countries and what collaboration efforts if any are ongoing among African governments? Considering that this is not the first EBOLA outbreak, what research has been done since the last outbreak?
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Do all multiple myeloma patients need continuous maintenance therapy? Join us as we talk with Dr. Antonio Palumbo, MD on mPatient Myeloma Radio about the recent data to suggest that this may be the case.
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Live tonight Dr Allen Frances, MD and Scott Cluthe discuss Saving Normal & out of control psychiatric diagnosis in America.
From "the most powerful psychiatrist in America" (New York Times) and "the man who wrote the book on mental illness" (Wired), a deeply fascinating and urgently important critique of the widespread medicalization of normality
Anyone living a full, rich life experiences ups and downs, stresses, disappointments, sorrows, and setbacks. These challenges are a normal part of being human, and they should not be treated as psychiatric disease. However, today millions of people who are really no more than "worried well" are being diagnosed as having a mental disorder and are receiving unnecessary treatment. In Saving Normal, Allen Frances, one of the world's most influential psychiatrists, warns that mislabeling everyday problems as mental illness has shocking implications for individuals and society: stigmatizing a healthy person as mentally ill leads to unnecessary, harmful medications, the narrowing of horizons, misallocation of medical resources, and draining of the budgets of families and the nation. We also shift responsibility for our mental well-being away from our own naturally resilient and self-healing brains, which have kept us sane for hundreds of thousands of years, and into the hands of "Big Pharma".
Welcome to The Sword of the Spirit Radio Show with God's-Servant Dr Shaolin MB Abrams, Sr. PhD as he continues to teach the raw and unadulterated Word of God through his Spiritual Warfare Advanced Training (S.W.A.T.) series...preparing the Saints of God for Spiritual Warfare...join him every Saturday afternoon at 3pm est...because it's For God I live & For God I'll Die!!!
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The Ku Klux Klan was originally organized in the winter of 1865-66 in Pulaski, Tennessee as a social club by six Confederate veterans. In the beginning, the Klan was a secret fraternity club. (Ku Klux was derived from the Greek "kuklos," meaning circle, and the English word clan.) The costume adopted by its members (disguises were quite common) was a mask and white robe and high conical pointed hat.
According to the founders of the Klan, it had no malicious intent in the beginning. It attracted former Civil War generals such as Nathan Bedford Forrest, the famed cavalry commander whose soldiers murdered captured black troops at Fort Pillow.The Klan spread beyond Tennessee to every state in the South and included mayors, judges, and sheriffs as well as common criminals. The Klan systematically murdered black politicians and political leaders. It beat, whipped, and murdered thousands, and intimidated tens of thousands of others from voting. Blacks often tried to fight back, but they were outnumbered and out gunned. While the main targets of Klan wrath were the political and social leaders of the black community, blacks could be murdered for almost any reason. Men, women, children, aged and crippled, were victims.In Texas, Governor Edmund Davis organized a crack state police unit, 40 percent of whose officers were black. The police made over 6,000 arrests and stopped the Klan. Armed groups of black and whites fought or threatened Klansman in North and South Carolina. The federal government also exerted its influence, empowering federal authorities with the Enforcement Acts of 1870 and 1871. Klan activity ended by 1872 and disappeared until it was revived again in 1915.
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The Dr. Pat Show: The Art of HealingArt with Artist/Author Jacqueline Ripstein 8-Part Series. Transform a life of Pain and Confusion into a life of Joy and Abundance. Lessons 7 and 8.
The Laura Longley Show ~ Where authentic change takes flight! ~ Encore Presentation: The First Step to Authentic Change: Accept Reality. How Do We Do This and Still Move Toward Something Better?
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