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Author Shahrazad Ali @ The Blackman's Guide to Understanding the Blackwoman? Read it before she does? (In her words not mine) My thoughts and more on Mrs. Ali lectures pertaining to her book and Guest appearances from the early 90's show such as Sally Jesse Raphael and Geraldo.. Did she oppressed the Black Woman with such in your face slap up side your head shared @ information for the Black Man? Will this book be part of my collection? chile.... If you don't know you about to... sipstea*
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"From deep in the heart of Texas, where the stars at night are big and bright, comes The Now You Know Show, with Professor Charles Porterfield, here to tell it like it was and how it is, to help school ya, so no one can fool ya!"
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Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now, with Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where health and wellness are one. I am an Author, Educator, Speaker, Nurse, Fitness Trainer, TV and Radio Show Host and passionate about healthy living.
Gift mentioned at the end.
What is Proactive Medical Care?
Nutrition: true story of a 6 months old. Baby food vs regular food? Fruit and Vegetable Gummies as supplements.
The news isn’t that fruits and vegetables are good for you. It’s that they are so good for you they could save your life. (by David Bjerklie, Time Magazine, October 20, 2003
Hydration: Contraversy of oz needed per day. 8 8oz glasses, 4 8oz glasses??? Do heat and perspiration increase the need of water?
Brushing and flossing teeth: true story of young boys, tooth rot due to milk in bottle and not brushing teeth. Milk = lactose = milksugar.
True story of aunt who died of heart failure due to a rotten tooth that could not be detected.
Washing our body and hair: starts when we are born. Continues until we die. Face needs to be washed AM and PM and moisturized. Why?
Sleep is a preventive measure to good health!
Regular visits to the Dr. yearly; Dentist, every 6 months; eye Dr.yearly
I am Denise Thomson, founder of Miclknight, where health and wellness for the entire family are one.
Until next week!
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Viki Winterton interviews Dennis Kane!
Dennis Kane has been a registered nurse for over 30 years and a certified clinical hypnotherapist for over 25 years. Dennis has worked successfully with a wide variety of patients using both his medical training and his training in hypnotherapy to help them with extreme pain relief as well as addiction therapy.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will give a RBG/Pan-Afrikan perspective on the latest news like the White biker gang massacre in Waco Texas and the European media hypocrisy attached to it; Jay-Z putting up bail money for protesters; another Black man dying in police custody, as well as paying homage to one of the greatest leaders in recent times Malcolm X. Join us.
The BS Sports Show is BACK with Billy Elvis and his new co-host MO!
The BS Sports Show will continue it’s great coverage, analysis, and debate of local and national sports with great guests including Justin Cohn, Reggie Hayes, Blake Sebring, Phil B. Wilson, Pete DiPrimio, and more
The BS Sports Show can now be heard Monday- Friday live from 7-9 pm on www.theBSSportsShow.com and on the Tune In Radio, Stitcher Radio, iHeart Radio phone apps, and on iTunes with more outlets announced soon.
Please join us this Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST with host Denise Messenger for a live show! Our special guest is Diana Benson. We will be talking about how to respond to medical emergencies. Diana T. Benson is an Award Winning and International Best-Selling Author. She’s the 2014 Selah Award Winner for Best Debut Novel, a 2011 Genesis Winner, a 2011 Genesis double Semi-Finalist, a 2010 Daphne de Maurier Finalist, and a 2007 Golden Palm Finalist. In 2012, she signed a nine-book contract with Ellechor Publishing House. She’s the author of The Hidden Son, her debut novel. Final Trimester is her second release. An EMT and a Haz-Mat and FEMA Operative since 2005, Dianna loves the adrenaline rush of responding to medical emergencies and helping people in need, often in their darkest time in life. Dianna lives with her husband and their three children in North Carolina. You asked for it and we deliver!
In this episode redo, we will look at the fearsome sea lizards, the mosasaurs! Plus, three important news stories, a new director for the MEG movie, and Greg has got us a great book recommendation. Our PFW is a Cretaceous equal to the polar bear, and to top it all off with a battle between reptilian collossi. XD We will be taking calls around 7:20-7:30 pm EST.
Also, thank you to all of our listeners for your paitence XD
Hour 1-Episode 38 of and now for something completely different- Valentino Update, KAB Family enterprises news, Face book updates for Cook's Club, PDS, the Group for the Insane, Can Am League baseball, fantasy baseball, Ebay, Avon, Amway and more.
Hour 2-Trouble's waiting to happen part 3 Liberty's blunders, Civil war myths, con jobs, Healthcare, Whiners and their lies.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Donna (Dee) Wood from West Virginia, a verbal abuse survivor (as both a child and adult) who says she would be honored to tell her story in the hope she could help others. The devastating effects of the abuse lasted for over forty years, through most of her life. The trauma she endured through her mother’s husband brought a partial amnesia. She writes, "I lived on a small farm in a remote part of southern West Virginia. I was a very introverted child, extremely fearful of strangers." Her mother's husband, who she and her brother always called by his first name, Quentin (never Daddy or Dad), had an intense dislike of people. She goes on, "He never talked to us, unless it was to criticize, intimidate or inflict some form of verbal abuse." He sometimes administered severe belt beatings, beyond the necessary punishable offence, if it indeed was an offense. Her childhood trauma led to a difficult life. But Dee's on a better path now. "If I had known that the problems in my life were due to a term referred to as child abuse earlier in my life," she says, "and if I'd received the appropriate counseling and therapy, then my life would have been much easier and better. Yet, I believe if I had not gone through the trauma of those years I would not be the person I am today." Now she's a person who is more accepting, compassionate and understanding of others who have suffered and still suffer from different types of abuse. "I thank the Lord Almighty for answering my prayers to be whole," Dee writes. "I am still recovering, but I feel a lot more whole today."