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Recently, the US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new medication for seizures and epilepsy, Vigabatrin. Vigabatrin will soon be available for us in the US with one of it indications being infantile spasms. The question is what are infantile spasms and what can you do for seizures in the very young? In this episode of Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com/Professionals, interviews Dr. Elaine Wirrell, an internationally renowned epilepsy specialist from Mayo Clinic Rochester. This show will be taped live but no questions will be answered live on the air.
August 5, 2014: By the time Linda Cook took her 10-month old son Evan to his 4-month check-up, she was convinced he had scoliosis. Evan was having trouble breathing, he was losing strength and range of motion, and he had a noticeable hump around his ribs. Tests confirmed that Linda was right.
In this episode, Linda discusses what a rare condition infantile scoliosis is, what it's like to be part of her son's physical therapy team, and the big gains her little patient is making. Evan's pediatric physical therapist joins her.
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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com/Professionals, interviews Dr. Lawrence Brown, from the Child Neurology Foundation about Infantile Spasms Awareness Week. You can read a full transcript of the interview here.
JESSICA WALKER – WIFE OF COUNTY MUSIC ARTIST CLAY WALKER – IS AMONG THE 90 MILLION FAMILY CAREGIVERS IN THE U.S. JESSICA PROVIDES SUPPORT AND STRENGTH TO CLAY AS THEY MANAGE HIS DIAGNOSIS WITH A RELAPSING FORM OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. (AS NATIONAL FAMILY CAREGIVERS MONTH IS NOW UNDERWAY- for LIVE HITS only) – JESSICA AND CLAY JOIN US NOW TO DISCUSS THE CHALLENGES CARE PARTNERS FACE AND THE WALKER’S TIPS FOR CREATING A SUCCESSFUL GAME PLAN TO MANAGE CHRONIC ILLNESSES. YOU WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
JESSICA- WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNED SO FAR ABOUT THE ROLE AS CLAY’S CAREGIVER?
CLAY- HOW IMPORTANT IS JESSICA’S SUPPORT AS A CARE PARTNER TO YOU?
JESSICA – HOW HAS BEING A CARE PARTNER FOR CLAY AFFECTED YOUR LIFE AND DO YOU THINK YOU’RE TYPICAL OF MOST CAREGIVERS?
JESSICA AND CLAY, WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND TO WORK IN YOUR PARTNERSHIP THAT MIGHT BE HELPFUL TO OTHERS?
WHAT ARE YOU FUTURE PLANS?
In 1996, Clay was diagnosed with a relapsing form of multiple sclerosis (RMS). The diagnosis came at a pivotal time in his life; his career in country music was exploding, he had recently finished recording his fourth album and his oldest daughter had just been born. The last thing he expected was the tingling and numbness on his right side, and facial spasms that hit while he was on tour.
Recently, Clay has been in the recording studio with plans to release new music in early 2015, and is making headway in the world of film and television. He stars as host with the Outdoor Channel’s Trophy Hunters
This show will focus on Healing Raped Wombn and Wombn who hold Sexual Trauma in their Yoni and Womb. Use this link to sign up for a Healing Session.
The meaning of “Yoni” in Sanskrit is “Sacred Place” (= female genitals). A new dawn is coming where women are discovering that it is our birthright to be Goddesses, 'she who knows the secrets of discovering heaven on earth’. An important part of the revolution from woman to Goddess is the Yoni.
It is unfortunate that even now, many women still believe the erroneous statement made by Freud that infantile women need clitoral stimulation during sex, while a mature woman orgasms from penetration alone. He made this statement without any scientific study to back his claim. Later during the 50’s and 60’s Masters and Johnson proved him wrong through their lab studies of women’s sexual response. And recently, groundbreaking work in the lab has been and continues to be done on many aspects of female arousal and sexual activation, in the genitals, and the body as a whole, including the brain. Woman’s sexuality is holistic, and includes an entire network of responsive tissue, nerves, glands and hormonally based emotional states.
Of course, the highest concentrations of magnesium in the body are found in the heart and brain, so it’s little wonder that magnesium depletion leads to problems in these two vital organs. Perhaps you take good care of yourself, and scoff at the idea that you — or your loved ones — could be deficient in magnesium. The majority of people in our country do suffer, usually unknowingly, from magnesium deficiency; the best way to tell if you are deficient is by paying attention to symptoms. Insomnia is a symptom of magnesium deficiency. It is also commonly caused by hypoglycemia. Tics, muscle spasms and cramps, seizures, anxiety, and irregular heart rhythms are among the most classic signs and symptoms of low magnesium.
Many of the symptoms of low magnesium are not unique to magnesium deficiency, making it difficult to diagnose with 100% accuracy. Thus quite often low magnesium levels go completely unrecognized… and untreated. Yet chronic low intake of magnesium is not only extremely common but linked to several disease states, indicating the importance of considering both overt physical symptoms and the presence of other diseases and conditions when considering magnesium status.
Tune in Wednesday at 7:PM est for mone.
Libs are losing ground so, like clock-work, they resort to infantile tactics. Like propagandizing a phony war on women, raising minimum wage, Immigration etc. etc.
We already know what they are doing with the immigration. Allowing anybody who can make it across the border, including drug cartels and Islamic terrorists . . . just to appease to the hearts and minds of the weak and gullible. If they can paint a big enough picture of how much THEY care about people and the OTHER SIDE doesn't, then in their minds they think they're winning.
The more aggressive they become with their little wars on women, pay and immigration . . . means the more they are losing.
Tune in every weeknight at 8:00pm to 10:00pm to hear The Captain unlock his treasure chest of opinions and ideas, facing all matters of Constitutional Freedom.
Are You Dealing With the Side Effects of Chemotherapy, Corticosteroids, Antibiotics and/or Diuretics?
And Are You Suffering With Low Blood Pressure, Mental Confusion, Muscle Twitching, Spasms or Weakness...Even Convulsions?
Did you know that there may be an easy, simple, healthy fix for all of this? It's very possible that your electrolyte balance has gone wonky with any or all of the drugs you've been taking to kick that darned cancer in the can! So with a little tweaking, we can have you back to normal...or at least a lot closer to normal than you are right now!
And we're not talking about drinking that garbage called Gatorade...or any of it's similar relatives!
On this week's Kick Cancer In The Can® Weekly Quick Tip you'll get the scoop on what's good...and what's not good in the world of electrolyte drinks. And you'll even get a simple recipe for a completely natural homemade electrolyte drink that takes only 5 minutes to prepare...at most!
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Guest speaker, Carla Towns is a twenty-one year old independent author, poet, and business-minded Entrepreneur.
Writing since the tender age of seven, her work is mostly based on her experiences in life, and how she dealt the loss of her mother as a young girl, and afterwards changing living arrangements several times. From ages sixteen through eighteen she was in foster care which she says was one of the single hardest battles she’s had to overcome - even now that she lives on her own.
Carla was diagnosed with Infantile Cerebral Palsy after her mother gave birth to her, due to three strokes which led up to her brain Injury. Doctors said that Carla would not be able to talk, hear, speak or breathe on her own. They were wrong! She can do all but one of those things and doesn’t see it as a roadblock.
Because of the Cerebral Palsy she is wheelchair bound; but she refuses to be held back. Carla wakes up with a smile, with dignity and a plan to reach out to other individuals overcoming their individual challenges –whether they be able bodied or in wheelchairs. She has a passion for life and fights toward equality for everyone.
On May 2011, Carla was aired on her local news where she spoke to a crowd of individuals with developmental disabilities. She both encouraged and inspired the crowd. She was quoted saying “Just because [we] don’t look the same doesn’t mean we don’t have the same heart.” Carla says that she will keep writing and continue to inspire others.
This week on the conversation we will discuss the events of the past week that coincide with my show on living life to the fullest. My thoughts on Tony Steward crash ect... Also I will do a review of the BUD touch vape pen. I recently found out something I did not know about cannabis I did not know. I found out thart hemp used to make papar, oil lumber, plastic, fabric. ect... contains lots of CBD'sand now are being tapped for the CBD's in them and put into help oil. The use is for pain relief stress muscle spasms a wellness oil and can help kill cancer. I just got mine Wed's. and I want to give you my thoughts on the product the pen and the tastyhemp 50ML raspberry oil. That and much much more so join me and be apart of the conversation.
-Tiger Woods is set to play in the PGA championship after dealing with back spasms throughout the week. Does he have a chance to win?
- Becky Hammon was hired as assistant head coach on the San Antonio Spurs staff. Has she set the trend for women in sports?
- Lebron James loses weight?
- Shawn Marion and Chauncey Billups looking to get an "easy ring"
- USA roster cuts, John Wall, Bradley Beal and Paul Millsap cut (Paul George's injury)
-Clayton Kershaw vs Mike Trout
-Traning camp fights good for the sport? Discuss a little bit of Hard Knocks
- AFC Preview (Our division champ predictions)
(www.paxstereo.tv) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show – It's Monday and we have our own hot chocolate Meko Williams in the house to help us through the week.
Hot Newz Topics include new smart phone remote control dispenser of fertility drugs, a new promo trend show women as tough and strong athletes, and photos of 25 dogs stoned out of their minds!
GNN Bureau Chief Mac McAllister has two new videos to showcase, a video homage to Meko Williams, and a video tutorial on "translating hood rats".
In Victor Allen's Nu New Sportz NFL Hall Of Famer Michael Strahan during an interview was quoted as saying this is the “best week of my life“. The former NFL great and now TV mega star also expressed that he was blindsided by the announcement of his split from Nicole. Tiger Woods withdraws from Bridgestone with back spasms. Should we consider Tiger Woods as being injury prone since 2008? Paul George injury has created a firestorm of questions! Is the IOC (International Olympic Committee) corrupt? Will the Indiana Pacers regret losing Dwight Stevenson in a bidding war?
In HOtt PiXX by Vic music artist Drake gave a video vixen shoutout on a recent song, and with bets focusing on Miracle Watts, we take a look at her photos and give them a rating. Umm, umm, umm...
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