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Have you ever had random symtoms of abdominal discomfort, vaginal pain, incontinence, pain on intercourse, leg weakness, fatigue and a general feeling of ill health? For our next guest Patricia Sullivan this is her nightmare and she shares her story with women of the world to raise awareness and encourage hope that if you are suffering with complications of Gyneacological mesh, that you are not alone. Patricia Sullivan is a registered nurse and naturopath from New Zeal
There are so many things that we can talk about that goes on in the adult film industry, but today I would like to just focus on some of key points.
What is the reason that guys decide to get in to doing adult films? The same could be asked to women.
When doing paper work and contracts, do you read what it is your are signing? Why is it that models start with one company and then so eager or quick to work with another company, but not realizing that they signed a agreement with the previous company?
Do the models that are getting into the game really understand what they are doing? Guess this shows that its not all about sex.
Tune in and help us answer some of these questions or give your comments and feed back.
Helen Blair Simpson, MD, PhD, Director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic and the Center for OCD and Related Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center
Sameer Sheth, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Columbia University Medical Center
Dr. Simpson will begin this talk by putting neurosurgery in a larger context and briefly mentioning the front-line treatment options that exist for OCD. Then, Dr. Sheth will describe neurosurgical options for severe, treatment-refractory OCD, including lesions and deep brain stimulation. Dr. Sheth will explain what these procedures are, how they are done, possible complications, and who may be appropriate candidates.
For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for adults, please visit our clinic website at www.Columbia-OCD.org and our treatment study website athttp://ocdtreatmentstudy.com/ or call us at 212-543-5462.
For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for children and adolescents, please visit our website http://columbiapsychiatry.org/pamrc or call us at 212-543-5592.
Patients with dementia develop dysphagia ( swallowing problems) sometime during the clinical course of their disease, and it is estimated that 45% of institutionalized patients with dementia have dysphagia. Complications from swallowing problems resulting from neurological diseases and dementia can include: dehydration, malnutrition, and aspiration pneumonia, often resulting in repeat hospitalizations, and sometimes resulting in death.
Join me and guests: Roya Sayadi, PhD ,CCC-SLP, and Joel Herskowitz, M.D.,authors: Swallow Safety: How Swallowing Problems Threaten the Elderly and Others: A Caregivers Guide to Recognition, Prevention, and Treatment. Their book was written in an attempt to provide people with a basic understanding of swallowing and practical suggestions that might “prevent problems and promote greater safety.
Laura Michael, is a nutritional consultant and owner, Dysphagia Supplies Direct. When Laura’s own father was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia she committed to help her mother keep her father living well at home, and continues that work with others.
Learn more: www.dysphagiasupplies.com
Back pain? Knee pain? Shoulder issues? Surgery complications? Bogged down by 'old age'? Join us 8p EST October 23rd (347-850-8486) as we share the secrets of cutting your recovery time in half.
For our sport's health week, we focus on something that affects everyone: injuries! Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey.
Dr. Nartey is a licensed symptometrist, the author of over 22 books, and - through Symptometry - has cured countless chronic and exotic health issues while helping athletes enjoy peak performance.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym and Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY - first training institution producing therapeutic scientists in root cause therapeuticsTM. Root Cause Radio - Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health For exclusive podcasts & special promotions subscribe at www.RootCauseRadio.com today.
The cold and flu are both diseases of the respiratory tract and caused by viruses. Colds and flus often have similar symptoms, although the flu is typically more severe and can sometimes lead to dangerous complications.
There are plenty of effective natural remedies for colds and flu available that are worth trying, and most are simple and inexpensive, too.
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You ever had one of those days, everything is in order life is one track, guests are scheduled, then all of a sudden life changes kind of like a brain injury, between technologoes lack of coorporation, peoples lives change now my guest had complications so tonight is a mix and match. You have something you want to say tonight i have short interviews on brain injury and Mahlon Whitaker is goiing to breifly talk about his up coming caregiver show.
SISFI presents "Preparing for Winter" to address the coming cold season and the challenges it will bring for thousands of people in NY and NJ living in unhealthy homes with mold, no heat, without proper clothing, malnourished, pre-existing health complications and new human wellness challenges.
Winter is a seasonal depression time for many so imagine adding the challenges of living with no heat, proper warmth, proper food and the respiratory impacts of the mold infection. These are real challenges affecting thousands of people every day and we must address the human wellness impacts now before it gets colder and they have to lock themselves indoors under those circumstances.
The dialog will provide more awareness about the health and wellness tips and resources for survivors. Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for this special feature with guests Rev. Dr. Cheryl Anthony, chair of the Brooklyn LTRG, Dr. Edward Williams, chair of Queens, The Rockaways and Broad Channel LTRG, Mr. Michael Taylor, president of We Care New York “WCNY” and residents from across NY and NJ to discuss about the challenges, issues, needs and solutions. A very special thank you to our guests for taking the time to be a part of this important feature and dialog. We look forward to the dialog and really getting into the real core of the challenges and needs. This feature is sponsored and in association with the NY Humanitarians and Community Advocates Network “NYHCAN”, The Rockaways Community Actions & Response Coalition “TRCAARC”, My Rockaways Media "MyRM" and the International Community Media Network Project "ICMNP". We thank them for their support of this effort. Thank you and God bless, Thank you very much and have a great day. We apprecilove your patronage and look forward to serving you more. ~SISFI~
I would like to personally appologize for this inconvience to my guest and listeners, but due to unforseen complications the show was rescheduled.
Celebritiy Guest John Gellineau was gracious enough to reschedule to be on the show as well, thank you for that.
We are all quite multi-dimensional these days. It's pretty incredible really when you think about it. Through the advances in technology, communications, language, arts, engineering, everything, it is now possible to connect more aspects of our lives, with more people in more ways than ever before. It's enough to make your head spin. The human mind is a linear thing, not necessarily equipped to be everywhere at once. Yet we are aware of our connection to more places, in more ways than ever before, and it's only going to keep expanding.
We are reaching a point where we cannot afford to limit ourselves, to be one sided is to be obsolete. We have seen the world as unified, we have heard the stories from various sides, we know that our actions effect all things, and we can't unknow it. This is why many people upon reviewing the complications of social issues just want to throw their hands in the air and give up, or settle back into a simpler story, one with a clear identity. It's as if to say, "I know there is more to life than my simple story, but this is all I can manage so I'm going to give it my best and hope it works for everyone else too". This is why there is a disconnect between so many facets of life. This is also why we are torn between conservatism and radical progress. It doesn't have to be this way.
When you back up and look at the whole picture, something comes to focus. It's not that I am one story, in competition with all other stories, it's that I'm many stories, and everywhere I look there is a piece of me, a place to express, another life to be felt. This happens inwardly and outwardly, it happens in a way that jumps through limitation in the spirit of self discovery. It is an invitation to live multi-dimensionally. It's easier than it seems, and it's already happening.
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