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Bob Lung, the fantasy football consistency man, joins Dish and Dennis this week. Bob has done some interesting studies over the years and has some unconventional theories on drafting. Find out why the big names should sometimes be left for your opponents, while you take a shot at someone that will be productive almost every week.
Sounds kind of like the old tortoise and the hare race doesn't it? Tune in this week to find out. It could very well help you in your draft.
Is the possibility of overcoming lung cancer a reality or a dream? Is it a possibility that may work for others? What if? Why not? Listen.
My guest today is Carl O'Helvie, who has overcome lung cancer being told he had only 6 months to live. He has written a book: You Can Beat Lung Cancer: Using Alternative/Integrative Interventions which clearly outlines his experience. But wait, think that he just did this on a fluke? No, he had that diagnosis 38 years ago. His health has been maintained by the therapies he uses to this day.
If you are facing a challenge in health, it does not have to be cancer, but either way, there are simple things you can add to your daily life to improve your health. With all the environmental and food changes it may not be a good idea to wait until the C word hits you and be proactive now.
Carl will be sharing all his hits and misses on his path to being well all these decades. It does not have to be a death sentence with a severe illness and we welcome your questions during the show. You may also purchase his book here and this is the website for more information.
Looking forward to hearing how you enjoyed the show.
Lisa Tarves, Metaphysician, author of the book, Just Believe, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and gifted intuitive, interviews experts in the area of metaphysics each Sunday at 1 pm Eastern.
This week's guests:
Edward Ozosky - A recognized expert in the paranormal field and in the study of paranormal phenomena. With over thirty years experience in pioneering paranormal research, Edward has had the opportunity to conduct preternatural research throughout the continential US, instruct paranormal stuides at the university level and establish the research organization known as Hauntings Research.
Dr. Carl O. Helvie is a registered nurse with two masters and a doctorate in public health and wellness and 60 years experience as a nurse practitioner, educator, author, and researcher. He has published 8 books and chapters in 4 additional ones. Dr Helvie is also a 38-year lung cancer survivor who was given 6 months to live by conventional medicine so he used natural interventions. At age 80 he not only beat the odds of lung cancer but also the odds of 3 chronic illnesses and 5 prescribed medications that are the average for a 75 year old. For the past 38 years his focus has been on holistic health and natural interventions.
Lung cancer is a bitch. What's worse, more and more non-smoking young adults are getting diagnosed each year. What's up with that? Join us as we welcome Katie Brown (Director of Support and Advocacy at LUNGevity Foundation), Dr. Lynne Eldridge (author/speaker/lung cancer specialist) and LC survivor Kim Wieneke. Author David Tabatsky ("Write For Life") in the advocvacy spotlight.
The Night Show! Paranormal Talk Radio & Entertainment w/ Featured Music by Concrete Lung A free form, unscripted paranormal & entertainment variety talk radio show. We explore a range of topics including the strange, creepy, twisted and bizarre. From Strange Science, Interesting Fetishes, Cool Music & Film and of course the Paranormal.
It's kinda like Coast to Coast AM, but with cool cats, really hot girls and a passive-aggressive, mute rabbit! Ladyaslan.com Presents tonight's Featured Music & Band Review:
Direct from Manchester UKConcrete Lung http://www.facebook.com/concrete.lung
* All music played is podsafe, and permission forms are on file by the music's writer and performer and are available upon request to qualified parties.
Beating Lung Cancer 38 Years Carl O. Helvie R.N. Dr. P.H. Topic Longest Lung Cancer Survivor Author Lung Cancer Website http://BeatLung Cancer.net Meet January http://www.januaryjo
November is Lung and Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month Join us Live on Saturday November 3rd, 2012 at 8pm EST. Your not alone, we are taking an in depth look at lung and pancreatic cancer with people who have lived through it. If you have lung/pancreatic cancer, had lung/pancreatic cancer, know someone who has or had lung/pancreatic cancer or if your a friend, family member or caregiver of someone with lung/pancreatic cancer we want to speak to you during this live broadcast. Call in with yo
Intro to Info is pleased to be broadcasting live from the "Shine a Light on Lung Cancer" event from the Sports and Learning Center in Prince George's County, Maryland! Tune in as we interview the host, Krystal Hamlet, and those apart of this worthy cause. Tune in to INTRO TO INFO!!!!!!! This event and this episode of Intro to Info are dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Nadine Hamlet.
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Scott Cluthe interviews Dr. Carl O. Helvie live Tuesday on his recently released book, You Can Beat Lung Cancer.
Dr Carl O. Helvie is a registered nurse with a masters in public health nursing focusing on wellness (U of California), a second masters degree in public health and wellness (Johns Hopkins U), a doctorate in public health and wellness (Johns Hopkins U), and post doctoral study in the Divinity school at Duke University. He has 60 years experience as a nurse practitioner, educator, author, and researcher and during that time has helped thousands of patients improve their health and taught around 4,000 graduate and undergraduate nursing students. He retired from academia in 2000 and in 2002, taught at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt, Germany and served as a nursing consultant to Russia. He has published 7 books (the latest being Healthy Holistic Aging: A Blueprint for Success), and 4 additional book chapters in the U.S.A and Germany, over 55 articles, and presented over 55 research papers around the United States and Europe, and received grants up to $800,000. In 1999 he was awarded the Distinguished Career in Public Health Award by the American Public Health Association. He has lectured and given community, national and international presentations since 1961 to such groups as the Optimist club; American Business Women; The American Public Health Assn; Sigma Theta Tau International, The International Family Nursing Conference, and the Virginia Library Association. Dr Helvie’s latest book, You Can Beat Cancer: Using Alternative/Integrative Interventions will be published on November 30, 2012.
Like many boomers, I smoked for years. If you were a smoker, too, you'll want to learn the latest findings on lung cancer, risk factors, prevention, and the importance of screening. Dr. Reginald Munden, professor of diagnostic radiology, joins us to share the latest breakthroughs in early detection. Don't miss this one--you'll breath easier when you hear what the doctor has to say!
In this episode Mike talks with his long-time friend and dedicated Lung Cancer Advocate, Deb Violette.
In 1998 Deb’s world was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with stage III-A lung cancer and was given a 10% chance of living 2 years. As she thought about her grim prognosis one evening, it suddenly dawned on her that she should be focusing on the 10% chance of survivorship. Since then Deb has gone on to share hope and inspiration to countless others, especially in her home state of Maine where she is the Founder and President of Free ME from Lung Cancer http://www.freemefromlungcancer.org/
She is a regular participant in the programs of national cancer research organizations including the AACR, ASCO, and is a Member of the International Association of the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) and the Maine Cancer Consortium. Deb is an inspiration to everyone who is aspiring to be a Powerful Patient.