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    Fibromyalgia

    in Religion

    Luke 13:10-17  Yeshua (Jesus) saw a woman who was seriously handicapped.  She had been bent over  for 18 years and was unable to straighten herself.
    Calling her over to Him, He told her she was healed of her sickness.  She instantly stood straight.  Fibromyalgia suffers are at times unable to stand straight.
    According to Isaiah 53 we were healed of all sickness and disease when Yeshua died on the tree.
    IPeter 2:24 "He personally carried the load of our sins in His own body when He died on the cross, so that we can be finised with sin and live a good life from now on.  (Messianic Edition of The Living Bible).

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    The Ethical Doctor Storm Update and Female Back Pain

    in Health

    Part One : our daily feed from the American Red Cross on the storm and progress in recovery. This is a data and personal interview with the ARC staff serving in NY and NJ. Learn about the current status of communities and what is available to help you and your family.
    Part Two: Hormone Imbalance continues with a discussion on back pain in females. Learn about the many common causes of back pain in females that is often misdiagnosised and go without proper treatment. This is information is new for the public and can save the lives of ones you care about and love. Listen in for this breakthorugh information that covers : ostoporosis, neurological diseases MS MG etc, Lyme disease, sciatica, fibromylagia, shingles and more....this will be part of DrVikki's next best seller. 

  • 00:20

    Physical &Cognitive Performance Relationship to Fibromyalgia

    in Health

    What are the differences in cognitive performance between individuals with and without fibromyalgia? What are factors that might be related to better cognitive performance, and does fall risk have to do with it? Barbara Cherry, Ph.D, will discus her latest published study on cognitive performance in older adults and individuals who experience fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
     
    The study, "Positive Associations Between Physical and Cognitive Performance Measures in Fibromyalgia," was published by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.
     
    Barbara Cherry, Ph.D., is currently an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), where she teaches cognitive psychology and research methods. Dr. Cherry conducts research on cognitive aging, and collaborates with investigators at both CSUF and the University of Southern California on successful aging. She also recently became coordinator for the Gerontology Academic Program at CSUF, and a member of the research faculty for the Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Center at CSUF: http://fmcp.fullerton.edu/

  • 00:45
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