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DOG TRAVEL EXPERTS: Paris' new book TEXAS WITH DOGS will inspire you to get right in your vehicle and head to the dog-friendly beaches on the Texas shore.
Next on THE EXPESRT VET: Worst advice you'll ever get from a vet? “Let's keep an eye on it.” Never! Dr. Donna explains why you need to get to the bottom of any growth or test abnormality. Advocate for your pet and get copies of all tests.
And then on DOG TALK: Sue Halpern's book A Dog Walks into a Nursing Home is inspiring people across the country to join the ranks of therapy dogs; Tracie discusses the how and whys of the dangers of Chinese chicken jerky with veterinary clinician Dr. Urs Giger, Director of the University of Pennsylvania Metabolic Genetics Laboratory, where they have been testing urine samples for Falconi Syndrome potentially caused by jerky treats, going back to 2006; Tony Corbo from the lobbying non-profit Food & Water Watch in Washington, D.C., sheds more light on the tainted chicken jerky treats from China by disclosing the financial and political background of the jerky issue. Food & Water Watch has documented Chinese factories that cannot pass inspections (when they allow them), and 5 different antibiotics found in these products — 4 of which are illegal in the U.S. and the 5th occurring in toxic quantities.
Tonight, Dr. Roger will be discussing ongoing problems with the ever favorite jerky type meat treats available for dogs. Despite their pupoluarity, since 2007, they continue to be linked to serious pet illness and even cases of death. I also will be announcing my return to live podcasting with a new twist, so please be certain to tune in and find out what exciting new changes are in store for this new season's shows.
There are also 2 listener e-mail questions that Dr. Roger will be addressing this evening. Please submit your question/comments to be addressed live by e-mailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This show explores the unfolding mysteries miracles and mysticism through daily life with the sacred teacings of Almine world leading mystic and seer
Tonight we bring you some audio treats with Almine and funny electrical happenings that Almine may mention on one of our audios
Do join us your hosts for the evening brought to you by Vanessa and Joanne
Dionne Laslo-Baker, founder of Deebee's Special Tea Foods Ltd., began her entrepreneurial venture when her two sons decided what to have for a treat. Realizing that grocery stores did not provide many nutritional choices for treats, Dionne and her husband, Dr. Stephen Baker, MD, began to experiment with organic fruit and various organic teas and herbal teas. Their research and experimentation led them to produce the perfected product – a TeaPop that won the hearts of their children, family and friends.
What they came up with is a truly innovative and creative concept - frozen pop treats with the ultimate treat: organically made for good health.
So how did Dionne conquer the Goliaths in the frozen treats market?
Staying true to one's vision and communicating that to the team
Playing to one's strengths
Willing to connect within one's niche
As Dionne recalls with clarity and fervor, "People are more than happy and excited and thrilled to see especially a woman, and - even more so - a mom of young kids get out there and create something. And show her children what it takes to succeed."
Join Furby and Snatch through the roads of life! The Secret Tree House is open to all and any that are will to take the leap! Tonight we discuss well whatever the fuck we like and whatever the hell you want to bring up. Just another day with the Tree House, nothing special well it's always special when it comes to well, special people!! So drop us a call and let it all out baby, sex drugs rock n roll hip hop Mark Walhberg ebola virus ISIS whiskey and beer bitches and hoes!
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Author Treats Nthings
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York LSO has been blessed with many talents and excelled in sports, playing a musical instrument and her attraction to the arts including drawing and poetry. She has been writing since public school with an interest in all genres of work; from inspirational, current events, financial and political, to what you are about to experience – a tantalizing creation for your enjoyment. She was certified as a semi-finalist in the 1996 North America Open Poetry Contest for “Which Race Do You Prefer?” Also, published in The National Library, Into the Unknown, Spring, 1997 publication. Her current style of writing evokes relevant, daring material that has been put to the test. It is a method of expression and can often create an escape to a place of pleasures beyond your imagination. Spoken words and impromptu readings continue to be a part of her activities in creating magic with words. Her daily inspirational poetry to a following of approximately 140 people has been an uplifting and motivational experience that people look forward to.
You can visit LSO at www.treatsnthingslso.com, email at email@example.com or call at (718) 666-1336. Also, Twitter and Intsagram @treatsnthings and Facebook @Treats Nthings.
This week I invited Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP and co-founder of Women to Women, to join me talk about the hormonal changes that happen to women during menopause and the power of diet and lifestyle in helping us heal.
Today you will learn:
Are menopausal symptoms a given or can they be avoided?
How can a woman have estrogen dominance and be low on estrogen?
Is bioidentical hormone therapy safe?
What alternative treatments are available for menopause symptoms?
The important role of diet and sleep
Marcelle Pick, MSN, OB/GYN NP, co-founded Women to Women in 1983 with a vision to change women’s health care. The clinic pioneered the combination of alternative and conventional medicine, using a holistic approach that not only treats illness but also helps women make life choices to prevent disease. Women to Women continues seeing thousands of women from around the world each year. Marcelle earned a B.S. in nursing and a B.A. in psychology from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S. in nursing from Boston College–Harvard Medical School.
Marcelle serves on the Advisory Board for the Integrated Healthcare Symposium, as well as the renowned Hoffman Institute. She has served as Medical Advisor to Healthy Living Magazine, writes a bi-monthly newsletter from WomenToWomen.com, and lectures on a variety of topics — including weight loss resistance, infertility, stress and illness, and adrenal dysfunction. Marcelle has written three books: The Core Balance Diet, Is It Me or My Adrenals? and Is It Me or My Hormones?.
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Life Enthusiasm with Bryan Crusius
Thursday October 23, 2014 @ 1 pm (CST) Healthy Mind & Body is proud to welcome, my friend Bryan Crusius.
John ‘Bryan’ Crusius, LPC, LPC-S - believes in treating the ‘whole’ person: Body, Mind and Spirit. He agrees with AA (Alcoholics Anonymous): Recovery from addiction is difficult to impossible without reliance on a Higher Power.
Infused Being Therapy and Counseling
Infused Being Therapy, comes from a strong believe that recovery from addiction and trauma is a process. For successful recovery and healing – clients have to be willing to ‘let go and let their Higher Power’ guide and heal them. This is the basic process; there are many details, much understanding and deeper self-knowledge to be attained along the way.
Supportive Energy Therapies: Integrated Healing
Bryan uses various Energy Therapies as an adjunct to traditional cognitive talk therapy. Much research has been done on acupuncture and related energy healing methodologies. Many believe (and I agree) that it is possible to support intellectual talk therapy with energy healing. In my experience, energy healing treats more of the whole person; including Body and Spirit.
Bryan’s website - www.life-enthusiasm.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Bryan Crusius
YouTube Channel - www.youtube.com/user/747sacounselor
Book - www.dallasaddictionrecoverytherapy.com/life-enthusiasm-path-to-purpose-beyond-recovery/
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Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.
Just in time for Halloween, Jules again hosts guest Alison St. Sure of SureFoodsLiving.com to discuss her annual compilation of gluten-free and allergen-friendly candies. Jules and Alison will cover the tricky sources of gluten in your child's jack-o-lantern as well as non-candy options to consider as treats.
Get your pen and paper ready for this information-packed episode on everything you'll need to know to ensure all treats and no tricks this Halloween!