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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Gail Sheehy. Gail Sheehy is the author of sixteen books, including the classic New York Times bestseller Passages, named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. A multiple award-winning literary journalist, she was one of the original contributors to New York magazine and has been a contributing editor to Vanity Fair since 1984. She returns with her inspiring memoir — a chronicle of her trials and triumphs as a groundbreaking “girl” journalist in the 1960s, to iconic guide for women and men seeking to have it all, to one of the premier political profilers of modern times. A popular lecturer, Sheehy was named AARP's Ambassador of Caregiving in 2009. She lives in New York City.
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• removing skin cancer with Mohs and calendula oil around stiched area...
• PCOS and wanting to conceive..
• praise for violet infusions and eczema..
• HPV- 90% of cases clear up on their own without any treatment..
• lingering nerve pain and tingling from viral meningitis- hypericum perforatum..
• preparation of seeds and meats..
• marijuana is the specific herb for glaucoma..
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• and much more...
Dr. Glidden's guest, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, warns listeners about the grave dangers of vaccines. Gottfried's back with glaucoma questions and Blake's friend has IBS. Jo has sinusitis but she's worried about her husband's toenails too. This is such an interesting and informative show!
Hi and welcome back to episode 2 in the basset hound glaucoma study that I am investigating. Please help me learn more about the blind colony that is being held against their will for research. The colony is like a hot potato and moves around a fair amount. Rumors have them in the midwest at a BHCA breeder. All of my questions to the my club go unanswered.
Do you have information?
Please send to:
PO Box 347
Ft. Thomas, KY 41075
Thank you sooooooo much!
Miss PercyMae comes to us again after church to discuss the use of Marijuana. Laws have changed, and more people are prescribed marijuana for illnesses, such as glaucoma and other ailments. At the same time, many people are misusing the prescription just to have a license to purchase it.
Is it illicit? Is it medicine? PercyMae wants to talk about it.
On this episode, she invites Poet and Entertainer, Terry Moore of T-Mo Entertainment to discuss this topic of marijuana.
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The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Voss Foster and Justin Oldham
Voss Foster lives in the middle of the Eastern Washington Desert, where he writes speculative fiction and drinks far too much coffee. When he can be pried away from his keyboard, he can be found singing, cooking, playing trombone, and belly dancing, though rarely all at the same time. He is the author of Tartaros and The King Jester Trilogy, both available through Prizm Books.
Voss' books include:
The Jester Prince
Justin Oldham is a legally blind writer who lives in Anchorage Alaska. He was born with an eye problem called Aniridia, sometimes known as Sturge-Weber Syndrome. This means he has no iris or lens in his eyes. He lost an eye to glaucoma when he was a teenager.
In addition to his speculative fiction which features Alaskan themes, Justin also writes on the subject of vision impairment with guidance from medical professionals and disability experts. These titles explain what it’s like to be legally blind or to lose an eye.
Justin's books include:
Tales from the Kodiak Starport
Episode #1 Blind Basset Hound Colony
Discussion about glaucoma in basset hounds. This will be an ongoing subject and to start off with I want to have a broad overview of several topics. One of which is the Basset Hound Club of America and the study that is using a colony of blind basset hounds. I hope to have guests join me in the future.
I have more information at bassethoundtown.com
From Glaucoma to Macular Degeneration, we discuss Eye Health
Tune in at noon to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of http://thenutritionshoppe.net discuss today's hottest health topics and new from a complimentary perspective. From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense.
As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy.
Call in today to ask about your most pressing health concerns!
Does your pet have dry eye? According to dvm360 Magazine , dry eye is a condition in which the tear production is decreased or absent. Common clinical signs associated with this disease are:
Squinting or holding the eye completely closed
A thick, sticky discharge that is often yellowish or greenish in color
Corneal cloudiness creating a dull sheen to the eye(s)
The superficial layers of the eye, including the cornea and conjunctiva, as well as the eyelids depend on tears for nutrition and protection. Without tears, these structures are highly susceptible to disease and trauma.
Some breeds of dogs, such as the American Cocker Spaniel, Miniature Schnauzer, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Pug, Westhighland White Terrier, and English Bulldog are predisposed to this disease due to genetic factors. This clinical disease is also seen in felines (i.e. Persians). The causes of dry eye include immune-mediated, congenital, infectious (canine distemper virus), drug-induced (sulfa antibiotics, Etogesic, topical atropine), surgery-induced (removal of the tear gland of the nictitans) and neurogenic. A significant amount of canine cases tend to be immune-mediated and maintenance treatment is required for the life of the pet. Parotid duct transposition surgery can be considered if medical treatment fails to significantly increase the tear production.
Our goals in the medical therapy of your pet are to: 1) Improve tear function, 2) prevent ocular disease and 3) improve patient comfort. Client compliance and follow-up visits are important in evaluating your pet’s response to the medical therapy.
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SPECIAL GUEST: Mildred M.G. Olivier, M.D., is an Associate Clinical Professor at Midwestern University and Associate Professor at John H. Stroger, Jr., Hospital at Cook County and at Olympia Fields Osteopathic Hospital. She is the CEO and founder of the Midwest Glaucoma Center, P.C. She is a veteran of regular medical missions to Haiti since 1993. Dr. Olivier served on the board and led the scientific committee of Prevent Blindness America. She is a president of the Chicago Glaucoma Society. http://www.midwestglaucoma.com/Founded in 1908, Prevent Blindness America is the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight. Focused on promoting a continuum of vision care, Prevent Blindness America touches the lives of millions of people each year. http://www.preventblindness.org/
SPECIAL GUEST: Starting as a volunteer and then an employee 25 years ago, David Wright became the Chief Executive of the International Glaucoma Association (IGA) in 2000. His main interests in glaucoma are compliance, patient education and public awareness.
The International Glaucoma Association is the charity for people with glaucoma, with the mission to raise awareness of glaucoma, promote research related to early diagnosis and treatment and to provide support to patients and all those who care for them. Set up in 1974, the IGA is the leading charity in the UK solely dedicated to fighting glaucoma and is widely recognized as an authority on the disease. http://www.glaucoma-association.com
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