• 01:31

    Grief Diaries Radio featuring TEDx Talk speaker Annah Elizabeth

    in Health

    Growing up in a rural part of Raleigh, North Carolina, Annah  always knew she wanted to be a mom.  After college, she moved to rural New York, married at age twenty-five, and soon thereafter conceived.  On May 11, 1990, Annah's labor progressed exactly as all the books and doctors had said it would, but unexpected complications arose during delivery leading to the death of her son.  Over the next six years, Annah would encounter two miscarriages, two complicated but successful pregnancies, a six-week psychiatric stay for severe depression, and then while pregnant with her youngest, she discovered that her husband and her best friend were having an affair.


    Throughout each ordeal she grieved.  She screamed those eternal questions, “Why me?” and “How am I going to survive?”  Throughout her journey, one thing was apparent to Annah:  there were numerous grief resources and outlets, but there were no tangible guides to help her once she decided, and then became determined, to celebrate her baby's life.


    Join Lynda & Angie on Wednesday, December 10, as they talk with TEDx Talk speaker Annah Elizabeth about loss and healing, and her philosophy behind The Five Facets.  For show information, visit www.griefdiaries.com.

  • 00:19

    Connection between Periodontal Disease and Heart Disease

    in Health

    Doctors of the USA welcomes William T. Abraham, MD, FACP, FACC, FAHA, FESC, FRCPE, Professor of Internal Medicine and Chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, to talk about the relationship between periodontal disease and heart & vascular disease. Listen in as he shares the details of periodontal disease, its complications and the strategies on how to prevent it.


    Dr. William Abraham earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, following which he completed his residency in Internal Medicine and fellowships in Cardiovascular Disease and Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.  He previously held faculty appointments at the University of Colorado, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Kentucky. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases, and Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology. Dr. Abraham spends the majority of his clinical time managing heart failure patients in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Abraham has been recognized as one of the “Best Doctors in America” for eleven consecutive years and has been ranked among the top 10% of physicians nationally in patient satisfaction.


    Dr. Abraham has authored more than 700 original papers, abstracts, book chapters, and review articles. In 2014, he was named to the Thomas Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list. Dr. Abraham has co-authored national heart failure practice guidelines and co-edited a leading textbook on heart failure entitled Heart Failure: A Practical Approach to Treatment. Dr. Abraham serves on the editorial boards of several major journals.


    Check out the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center website.

  • 00:28

    "CleftCast" ... When It's Tough To Be Thankful

    in Health

    First off, Happy Thanksgiving to all "CleftCast" listeners! Thanksgiving, obviously, is a holiday where giving thanks for what we all have in life is emphasized (far beyond those Christmas and holiday sales commercials on TV and radio). Yet it can be tough to feel or even be thankful if or when a child or young adult is going through serious complications -- either medically or emotionally -- because of their cleft or craniofacial anomaly. On this week's "CleftCast," host Joe Rutland talks a little about his own experiences with Thanksgivings gone by and offers a few words of encouragement for those not feeling that spice of gratitiude and joy on this holiday. Download "CleftCast" at iTunes and Blog Talk Radio. Every minute counts ... and you are loved.

  • 01:01

    The Building Your Xtra-Ordinary Business Radio Program!

    in Business

      The Building Your Extraordinary Business Radio Program!


    BLIND AMBITION:  How To Envision Your Limitless Potential And Achieve The Success You Want!


    My guest this Wednesday is Patricia Walsh, author of the book, “BLIND AMBITION: How To Envision Your Limitless Potential And Achieve The Success You Want!” Here’s more about Patricia:


    Diagnosed with a pediatric brain tumor, Patricia Walsh became partially blind at age five and lost the rest of her sight at age fourteen due to lingering complications from the surgery.  As a teenager she struggled with depression and hopelessness.  Today, Walsh is a world champion triathlete and award-winning engineer.  She has raced in over 12 marathons and ultra-marathons.  In 2011, she set the world record for blind Iron Man athletes, blowing away previous female and male records by over 50 minutes.  Walsh has a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, becoming one of the first blind engineers at Microsoft.  She is the National champion for the Olympic sprint distance and secured Bronze for the United States in the Short Course World Championship in Beijing, China in 2011, as well as in Auckland, New Zealand.  She also won Athlete of the Year for USAT in 2012.  She is currently training for the 2016 Paralympics in triathlon.  Walsh is a sought after keynote speaker on the topics of resilience, goal achievement, employee motivation, leadership, employee engagement, women in leadership, and more.


    Log onto www.blogtalkradio.com/Jim-Nemley on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 7:00 pm EST. Do you have Blind Ambition?


                  

  • 01:00

    Take Action Get Profits - Transformation, Inspiration & Organization

    in Business

    Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism with her guest Lauriann Stepp & Melissa Binkley:


    Lauriann Stepp is originally from Jamaica but has called Atlanta, GA her home since age 9. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Business & Sociology from Queens Univ of Charlotte NC. Lauriann spent the next 20 years in Corporate America while being a "part-time" entrepreneur before taking her leap of faith in 2011 to become a successful full-time entrepreneur. Six months later she lost her young husband to diabetic complications. Lauriann recently moved to South FL in 2013 for much needed ocean healing therapy and to start the next phase of her life.


    Melissa Binkley, the BodyLove Warrior, is a Certified Holistic ?Health and Transformation Coach, and an Inspirational Speaker. She empowers women globally to create passionate, purposeful lives free from the struggles of food addiction, body image issues, and Perfectionist Paralysis. Known for her ability to transcend limiting beliefs, she uses several techniques that fuse science, whole brain learning, personal development, and the quantum field. Melissa is a graduate of The Ohio State University, The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is a current student at HolisticMBA. She was ranked one of the top 50 Health Coach Sites for 2013 by Institute for Psychology of Eating. She has been featured nationwide on several radio shows and is a WEGO Health Activist Nominee and Runner-up. She is a leader in her community, a Director for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Holistic Chamber of Commerce and active volunteer in several organizations.

  • 00:40

    Could U have Relationship w/ someone who hasTerminal Illness or Severe Disease

    in Health

    Tune in TONIGHT (11/20/2014) @ 6:30 pm est for "Could you have a relationship w/someone who has a terminal illness or severe disease?" on Deep, Dark, n Dirty. Join us in the chatroom @ www.blogtalkradio.com/knowurenemy or CALL in @ (917)889-3369 and Press#1 to speak. We look forward to seeing you there.


    When you first meet someone, what are the main questions you ask them? What attracts you to them? What makes you want to pursue a relationship with someone? If someone told you off the break they had 3 months to live or a severe illness that may cause complications in the long-run for y'all relationship, would you tell them "That's okay. We're better off being friends." I want to know. What would you really do?

  • 00:13

    Candice Russell from American Idol aids Make a Wish Foundation

    in Lifestyle

    Singer-songwriter Candice Russell released her debut album, So Much More (Reflect Records), in 2013, which has led to a wide variety of requests from across the nation. But when Make-A-Wish Oregon contacted the American Idol (Season 11) alumni to help fulfill the wish of a young fan in her hometown of Portland, Candice immediately said yes.

    Seven year-old Baybeblue Campobasso always dreamed of starring in a music video, and thanks to Make-A-Wish Oregon, that dream has come true with the just-released music video for Candice Russell’s song, “So Much More” - which stars “Blue” and her family. Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/gYoCbV1eVNA.

    Blue, who is battling a severe neuromuscular disorder and relies on a wheelchair, loves watching music videos on YouTube and swaying to the rhythm, says her mom, Cyndy Ledoux, and the healing properties of music bring her joy.


    Candice has handled more than a few obstacles of her own. As a teenager, she was diagnosed with Graves' Disease, an immune system disorder similar to hyperthyroidism. She received treatment, but medications led to complications. And while she still deals with challenges as a result, she's determined not to let it hold her back. The songs on her debut album reflect major moments in her journey, which haven't always been easy. 

  • 01:01

    Diabetes Late Nite Inspired by Barbra Streisand

    in Health

    The happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic shines the spotlight on the people behind one of the most innovative diabetes educational programs, Divabetic - Makeover Your Diabetes with inspiration from Barbra Streisand during National Diabetes Awareness Month.


    From the moment she burst on the Hollywood scene in "Funny Girl", winking as she uttered the immortal “Hello, gorgeous” to her mirror image, until the release of her newest album, "Partners", there was and has been no one quite like Barbra Streisand.


    She is a diva, a superstar, a sensation. Since the 1960s, she has won more varied awards (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, special Tony, Golden Globe, CableACE, Peabody) than anyone else in show business, and has sold over sixty-eight million records, more records than any other female singer. She is timeless, enduring, phenomenal. She has triumphed as herself in a town that thrives on make-believe, and she has done it all without mirrors.


    Divabetic is claiming 'diva' status and taking a look back at it's most succesful outreach program, Divabetic - Makeover Your Diabetes.  This free program was presented in 9 major cities (New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, Miami, Cleveland, Washington, DC, New Orleans, Atlanta and Los Angeles from 2006 to 2009. The program promoted a ‘diva’s bold & sassy attitude’ as way to safeguard women and their families against complications related to diabetes.


    With an unique mix of free beauty and fashion services, music and interactive diabetes education in a fun, comfortable setting, the program broaden the appeal of diabetes educational outreach for women and their loved ones. 


    Barbra Streisand's latest No. 1 album, “Partners” made history. She’s the first artist to have a No. 1 album in each of the past six decades. We will be playing songs from “Partners” courtesy of SONY MUSIC.

  • 00:46

    Medical Risk: Teen Pregnancy-SATURDAY/Nurse Mindy on Ms. Sherri's Truth 4 Youth

    in Radio

    There are special risks to a baby when the mother is not fully mature. Because most teenagers are not phsycially, emotionally, or financially ready to carry and care for a child, their babies tend to have low birth weight and are predisposed to a variety of illnesses. A teenage mother will need the full support of her family to live a healthy lifestyle for her and her baby.


    Teenage mothers are less likely to gain adequate weight during their pregnancy, leading to low birthweight. Low birthweight is associated with several infant and childhood disorders and a higher rate of infant mortality. Low-birthweight babies are more likely to have organs that are not fully developed, which can result in complications, such as bleeding in the brain, respiratory distress syndrome, and intestinal problems.


     

  • 00:57

    Dealing with Diabetes

    in Women

    November is National Diabetes Month. Type 2 Diabetes is quickly approaching epidemic levels. Karyn talks about the disease, what is it, how can it be prevented, living with it and dying from it. Complications from diabetes robbed Karyn of her mother when she was just 15 years old. Her father lives and manages the disease right now. The tragedy of Type 2 Diabetes is that it is largely preventable.


    Musician Derrick Pearson has pursued a successful career in music for decades. When his good friend and frequent collaborator Al Johnson died of complications from diabetes, he knew he had to do something. The result is It’s Alright, his personal homage from Derrick Pearson to his friend. The collection features vocals by Johnson, including a cover of Marvin Gaye’s spiritual God is my Friend.


    Find Derrick Peason Online
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DerrickPearson
    Website: http://iammusiccompany.com/

  • The Meaning of Spiritual Islam

    in Spirituality

    The concept of Islam is simple and has nothing to do with the religion itself.  The dogma that was established around it to expand an empire has little to do with "Islam" or submission.  Let us drop all the complications around a great concept and go back to the real core message.  The core message is where true salvation lies.

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