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OneCellOneLightRadio with Dr. Hildy®
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern)
There has been, over the last several decades, an alarming rise in the number of children diagnosed with autism.
*The rate was 1 in 10,000 in 1970.*
*It is now estimated that *1 in 68* U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder, a 30% increase from *1 in 88* two years ago*, according to a new report released last month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CDC: 1 in 68 U.S. children has autism - CNN.com
This week on One Cell One Light Radio Dr. Hildy welcomes Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to discuss this increase in autism – and many other health problems and potential causes.
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A message about the Season of Lent addressing the weeds in our spiritual gardens disguising themselves as Wildflowers that may need to be uprooted. The Scriptures I reference are from Psalm 51:12 and Proverbs 3:12. For more information on Lisa Miller Ministries, visit www.lisaMillerMinistries.com.
Dr. Mark Windham, Professor, University of Tennessee Knoxville (Department of entomology and Plant Pathology), will discuss his research into Rose Rosette Disease (RRD) and other projects, such as identifying disease resistant varieties and mechanisms of roses. His interests include how plant resistant mechanisms interact with environmental and water stresses.
The American Rose Society Research Endowment Trust has selected Dr. Windham to head a three-year study beginning in 2012 concerning the management of RRD. The objectives are to determine 1) how rosarians can manage RRD in their gardens, and 2) what best management practices for RRD can be developed, other than eliminating bushes with symptoms. The Trustees have identified Rose Rosette Disease as the greatest threat to the future of commercial and recreational growth and enjoyment of roses.
It's spring, and it seems as though the weeds are proliferating faster than anything that we want to grow in our gardens. The same applies to the metaphorical weeds in our lives. Our guest author and speaker, Tanisha Cunningham, will discuss her book chock full of life cultivating wisdom - A Rose Can't Grow in a Garden of Weeds. Tanisha guides and motivates others to transition through challenge with ease. Join the discussion to cultivate your own life of growth.
Steven Roose, MD and Bret Rutherford, MD will be speaking about the troubles that older adults can have with depression and memory, and the evaluation and tests that can be done to help them.
They will also discuss the treatment options that are available.
What is the best treatment for older people who have mild chronic depression?
2. Are there novel antidepressant medications that may work as well but with fewer side effects than current treatments?
3. Are there innovative treatments for patients who have been resistant to antidepressant medication?
In older patients with depression and memory problems, are there treatment strategies that can effectively address both types of symptoms and result in good long-term outcomes?
For information on the Adult Late-Life Depression Research Clinic please go to http://columbiapsychiatry.org/faculty/researchclinics/mid-and-late-life-depression or call 646 774-6728
For help in finding the right clinical trial for you please call 212 305-6001 or go to
To listen to any of Columbia Psychiatry's previous 50 blogtalkradio broadcasts go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
I have a dream...Celebrating Out 50 Years of Jubilee!
Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Cilvil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality.
So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our famillies and our communities?
Join my special guest today, the Life Cultivator:Tanisha A. Cunningham who, has a strong passio to help others create a lifestyle of continued growth in order to achieve unlimited success both personally and professionally. Tanisha is the author of the highly anticipated book, “A Rose Can’t Grow in a Garden of Weeds”. In her book, she uses her own story to inspire and teach others how to find success through positive thinking and implementation. Being raised in New York City’s government foster care system the odds of having a successful life seemed against her. While being unprepared to live independently at the age of 19 and with no family connections she headed off on her own with a mission to make something of her life.
Constantly evolving, she has achieved success despite her unfortunate childhood, battling a life-threatening illness, overcoming a turbulent marriage, and becoming a single-parent all while trying to find her purpose in life. She has had a remarkable journey from being completely broken in spirit, to being a blossoming rose whose mission is to cultivate the lives of those who have allowed the weeds of life to hinder the process of growing and having the life they desire.
Remember, "We are powerful, and we rise!"
Are you tired? Worn out? Feel like you're stuck? Not sure how to move into a "better" experience? Then plan to join us as we talk about ways resistance can actually be positive and how we can use resistance to move "full speed" ahead in any area of our lives! We'll cover how to identify resistant factors, what opportunities they bring and how to transmute them - like water into steam - to power ourselves forward! Ready, set, GO!
in Self Help
In part six of the six series program we are at the harvest, the end of the process and the beginning steps to a new seed of desire, passion and wealth.
We have talked about the steps in our six part series.
First was the soil, then the seed you are wanting to plant, next was watering and nourishing your new seed, then comes the pressure known as germination. After that is the roots, where you practice time and stability. Next we talked about how weeds and insects represent negativity. Then we moved into growth and maintenance.
Now is harvest time, to reap what you have sown. To enjoy your hard work in the process of creating your desires, passion and wealth.
in Self Help
Stories give facts meaning. Stories resonate with adults in ways that can bring them back to a childlike open-mindedness — and make them less resistant to experimentation and change.
When we hear a story that touches us profoundly, our lives are suffused with meaning. A story is something that comes from outside. But the meaning is something that emerges from within. Once we have had one story, we are already hungry for another. We want more, in case it too can transmit the magic of connectedness between the self and the universe.
1. Facts are not story
2. Stories are told for a reason
3. Context is critical for a story
4. Stories need protagonists
5. Share your story
As the World's first OFFICIAL TBI THRIVER, Kevin dares to share his insight and experiences to inspire others with Brain Injuries to create a More FUNctional LIFE using a unique perspective with "WTF?".
"LIFE is not a bunch of Hocus Pocus, it is a matter of FOCUS!" -Kevin A. Phillips
THIS WEEK: "It's that time of the Month"
As a TBI THRIVER, while most of the population recognize the changes in various Seasons we have, why are those same people so oblivious if not resistant to the same 'changes' in our LIVES? Especially those professing to already know us? Since 'change' is the one absolute constant, join Kevin tonight to discover 5 easy ways to embrace change no matter how big or small.
Tune in this week to add another perspective to your daily journey. If there is something in particular you would like to hear Kevin discuss, join us on Fridays and share in the chat room with the "Marvelous Maggie" (Kevin's 24/7 Partner and Professional Care Assistant)
in Self Help
Our Guest this month is Des Walsh who joins us from Brisbane, Australia.
Des Walsh is a business coach, social media specialist and LinkedIn expert. He is a Certified Social Media Strategist from the Society3 Academy based in California. Des has been a blogger since 2003 and writes for the leading social business sites, Social Media Today, My Venture Pad and Customer Think. He has given presentations on blogging, LinkedIn and social media strategy in Australia, the USA and China. Des is passionate about helping small business owners cut through the social media hype and buzzwords and become confident, effective users of social media in its various forms.
Listeners will learn:
Why for a strategic approach to social media, focusing on technology first is a mistake and why you need to focus first on culture.
How to tell if your business culture is positive about social media or negative, or actively resistant.
How negativity about or resistance (active or passive) to cooperating in a social media strategy may show you more fundamental issues for your firm (hint: it might not be about social media at all)
Why leaving your social media engagement to an outside agency is at best a short term solution and in reality just puts your business further behind the game.
Practical steps to tackle any cultural dissonance about social media.
Des is passionate about helping small business owners cut through the social media hype and buzzwords and become confident, effective users of social media in its various forms. http://www.deswalsh.com