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Breast Cancer Month is awesome to make people aware of thier Health!
You will learn on this episode that Mammograms are dangerous and not effective for health! You will also learn how there are safe fast and more accurate screening methods.
You will also learn hidden causes and how to cancer proof your body and diet!
Don't miss this life saving episode!!
The BlakeRadio Network is proud to annouce its medical show with Dr. Jennifer Daniels entitled, "Healing with Dr. Daniels" which will air every Tuesday at 6:00 pm.
This show will reveal the workings behind the Modern Health System, how it creates Illness and how to avoid this planned outcome.
Dr. Daniels provides insights and solutions.
The show topic will be about Breast Mammograms.
Dr. Jennifer Daniels is a graduate of Harvard University and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. While she is trained as a Family Practice Physician, her interest is Natural Healing and providing information to enhance understanding and choice in healing. For further information, visit http://www.DrJenniferDaniels.com
Disclaimer: The opinions and views of the host and guests are not necessarily the opinions and views of the BlakeRadio Network.
October is breast cancer awareness month and I will be speaking to you directly ladies. I will be giving out stats and information regarding breast cancer. This is a special edition of I AM BEAUTY radio. I want to inform, empower, motivate and educate. Ladies please take care of yourself.
Charlotte View interviews Pittsburgh native Kasandra Padilla, age 49, living in Concord NC. Founder and Executive Director of The ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation. In 2002 she founded this Nonprofit 501-C3 organization after her own personal experience with breast cancer. Also on this call Board Director: Nicole M. Henderson
Kasandra had just purchased a new home when she underwent chemo, radiation, and surgery. She was unemployed, needing medication and with a mortgage to pay. She turned to the government for help and found nothing! She was completely and utterly devastated and she knew there needed to be an organization that would help others with these needs so they could concentrate on getting well. The Mission of The ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation is to help lessen the stress and trauma associated with breast cancer. "Faith will take you the extra mile" and boy do they go the extra mile!
ExtraMile is presently seeking for (YouTube presentation):
Strategic partnerships with organizations that will provide houses, cars, monetary donations, food cards, gas cards, other gift cards, etc
Teaming-up with natural, Green, Whole grocery store chains and work-out centers that will provide discounts on exercise programs and organic food items
Team up with Massage, Holistic, Alternative Centers and many other healthcare organizations which non-intrusive treatments can aid with the symptoms
See our Facebook and BEFRIEND US. ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation, located at PO Box 5689, Concord NC 28027 or call for support: 704-960-6520
Every six minutes a women is diagnosed with breast cancer. In November 2010 Maxine Devereaux became one in six, her number had been called and she was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer, stage C3. Fueled by life-altering events and the raw emotion experienced with tragedy and loss, author Max Devereaux presents: My Last Breast, her personal journey through what she calls Cancer Land. Devereaux, has had many family members pass away with various forms of cancer however, she never thought in a million years that the disease would invade her body. But it did in 2010, it came like a thief in the night and invaded her breast like a squatter, refusing to be removed unless the foundation were condemned or torn down. Her book is entitled “My Last Breast” and is written from the perspective of Max Devereaux's personal journey with breast cancer. My Last Breast will capture the foibles, heartbreaks adventures of having breast cancer and having a double mastectomy. The stories will have their serious side, but will show a lighter side as well!
Please visit www.maxinedevereaux.com
October 1st-31st is Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
On this morning show with our Host Shareta we will talk about the effects of Breast Cancer and why women over the age of 40 should get a yearly mammogram, There are also women who may be at risk of Breast Cancer due to there is a history in their family, So there are women even younger then 40 that are getting mammograms. Fact: Men can get Breast Cancer also...For more information you can visit http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-month
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Ladies and guys, just because October (Breast Cancer Awareness month) is over doesn't mean you don't have to stay on top of your health and have your breast checked. It's so very important to make sure you have your annual mammogram every year, be it in October, November or whenever...get it done!
Host DONNA SAM will share her experience and also some vital and helpful information that could be life-saving.
FYI - October is the busiest time of the year most people have their exams. November, not so busy, but December is just as busy as October, because people want to make sure they're meeting their insurance deductible.
The Denise Roberts Breast Cancer Foundation - www.tdrbcf.org
Brides Against Breast Cancer - www.bridesagainstbreastcancer.org
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What happened to good TV? EVERYTHING is a reality TV show these days!! From shows about teen pregnancy and rehab, to complete and utter drama filled TV shows like "Love and Hip Hop ATL" While these shows are rather entertaining, they have completely taken over the networks, and at what cost? Do yo feel that reality TV has a negative effect on our world today? Tonight, call us at (646)716-6674 8pm eastern time, and give us your thoughts. Press 1 to speak with the host, or just sit back relax and enjoy the show. Also, don't forget to tune in as we shout out our breast cancer survivors for Breast Cancer Awareness month, and give the ladies tips on self breast exams, mammograms, and so much more! As always, you know how we get down on Crunktown, ANYTHING GOES! With your host, Kandy Kisses, Ms. Island Girl Ent, and Keenya Noel. Only on Crunktown Radio!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that many women can survive breast cancer if it’s found and treated early. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Make a difference! Spread the word about mammograms and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.
Join Nakikia MSKeepItMoving on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show with special guests Pam Wilson of Knightdale, NC and Tiffany Saunders of Charlotte, NC. Hear each woman’s journey as they share how they fought to survive and win against Breast Cancer. Learn how you too can help fight against the disease and restore the lives of those who are fighting to survive.
Tune in as Dr. Annise Mabry and best selling Author Sharon D. Smith talk about the Pink Promise, Breast Cancer Awareness, and community resources for not only Cancer Heros but also their support systems.
"Today marks the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It's a time when we celebrate all of our Cancer Heroes and the fight to end this disease. I get excited about this time of year because it gives me a chance to fulfill the many promises I made to my wife, LaShundria Dansby Smith, just before she died in 2012 from an aggressive form of breast cancer. I have not failed on any of those promises and I don't intend to.
You don't know the strength and courage it takes to travel this journey unless you've been through it yourself. You don't know what people are going through behind the smiles. This month, I encourage you to reach out to your friends, family, coworkers, etc and talk with them about breast cancer. Know your risks and get your mammograms done. If you need information, inbox me. Love up on somebody who may be going through therapy right now and celebrate those who are in remission.
We have to let breast cancer know we don't fight fair! With all of our resources, research, and progress made in the last 10 years, we're slowly kicking breast cancer in the azz! You can join the fight, too. Every day, I will tell you how." (Sharon D. Smith, Facebook Status Post, Oct 1, 2014)
Links from today's show:
GBS/CIDP Atlanta Walk and Roll: http://walkandroll.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1110981
Susan G. Komen 3 Day: http://www.the3day.org/site/PageServer?pagename=about_cityl_AT_landing
Pink Promise: https://www.facebook.com/pinkpromiseinc
Music by Mimi Celese: www.soundcloud.com/mimicelisse
Carla Garcia, D.O.M. is the primary provider at the Thermography Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has been performing thermographic screening for more than 15 years.
Before becoming a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Carla studied homeopathy, herbs, Western medicine, and European Biological Medicine. She has studied with and trained physicians in the US, Canada, and Germany.
A safe method of breast screening that does not involve pain or radiation.
Taking control of your breast health.
Making sense of mammograms, ultrasounds and MRIs.
What a thermographic scan of the whole body can reveal.
To help our community secure a path to better health and empowerment, Sonia D. Peterson Foundation is sponsoring:
Health Empowerment Day in the Park
1-5pm Sat 9.20.14
Thomas R. Wussow Park
500 Greens Rd
Houston, TX 77060
Kimberly Peterson 832.840.2749
Renee Montgomery 832.431.2140
Mammograms will be provided via health insurance (or 25 women by Sonia D. Peterson Foundation) for women age 30 and older & HIV/AIDs screening for the entire community. Special activities and snacks for children. Volunteer and sponsorship opportunities are available.
The longer we live, the more chance something will happen, but we can prepare for life events we may very well anticipate and control them while we can. We are bringing attention to how you can prepare for life events during Life Insurance Awareness Month.
September is also:
National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer is on the rise despite early detection, and...
Sonia D. Peterson Foundation is dedicated to informing the community of the importance of cancer screenings and has chosen to support cancer patients and their loved ones as they journey through treatment.
Nurse Burr, The Walk Fitness Nurse & Fitness Enthusiast offers a recommended medical test checklist to share with your doctor on 'Take A Loved One to the Doctors Day' or your annual visit to help you stay on path to better health.
Serving as Health Consultant, Nurse Burr shares reflections on the Health Fair sponsored by Wealthy Women Network this summer.
One should watch over exposure to radiation generated by mamograms and other screenings and not overdo them as they can play an important part in identifying patterns that affect our health. We must be proactive and be empowered to live life to the fullest.
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