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Guest: Ann E. Hohenhaus, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology & Small Animal Internal Medicine), Certified Veterinary Journalist
Dr. Ann Hohenhaus is a third generation veterinarian with an extensive background and expertise in veterinary medicine. She has achieved board certification in both Oncology and Small Animal Internal Medicine by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
Dr. Hohenhaus is a staff Doctor and Head of the Jaqua Transfusion Medicine Service at The Animal Medical Center in New York City, a non-profit veterinary center that has been a national leader in animal care since 1910.
Listen as Dr. Hohenhaus teaches us everything we need to know about mast cell cancer including:
What is the difference between a "mast cell" and a "mast cell tumor"?
How do does mast cell cancer present in dogs and cats?
Are there things we can do to prevent it, or catch it before it spreads?
What do vets do to diagnose mast cell cancer?
Is mast cell cancer treatable? If so, how?
What is the prognosis for this cancer?
Are there new treatments to help make mast cell cancer easier to live with?
Call with your questions or join us in the Live Tripawds Chat during the show!
Have you wondered about the role of histamine in chronic illness?
Do you have, or know anyone who suffers from, Mast Cell Activation Disorder, Mast Cell Disease or Mastocytosis?
Then, this week's show is for you!
On Monday, 7/28/14 at 8PM Eastern, Dr. Jess Armine will discuss Mastocytosis, Mast Cell Disease, Histamine and its relationship to Epigenetics as well as the current treatment protocols. Also, There will be discussion on alternative medicine options and ....maybe...a different way of looking at these disorders. (Maybe they have the same base cause(s))
As always, there will be time for Q&A! Look forward to seeing you there!
Those of our cruisers with masts on their boats won't want to miss the coming Friday's radio show. Member Nathan Kramer, who has studied the subject, will tell us about his decisions regarding stepping and unstepping his mast. Roger Turner of Turner Marine will also be a co-host. Turner Marine offers a stepping and unstepping service in Mobile, AL. Tune in onNovember 1 at 10:00 Eastern Time!
Personnel of the Department of Defense on Habbo (SECDEF-US) discussing the happenings of the Sixth Seasonal Meritorious Mast on 24 Aug 14. Others will be able to discuss these events with us throughout the show. A section of the show will be dedicated to those who are interested in asking questions to the members of the podcast, and overall discussion. Questions can be submitted to a member of the podcast or mentioned in headquarters at the time of the event.
In continuing the series for the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is excited to bring you a husband-wife duo, Todd and Diane Neiss.
Eyewitness turned researcher, Todd Neiss is an Active Duty Staff Sergeant in the Oregon Army National Guard; and a veteran of the Iraq War. He founded the “American Primate Foundation” in 1998. Actively researching these elusive creatures for over two decades, Neiss has been the subject of many television shows and documentaries and has been a featured speaker at numerous Bigfoot conferences across the U.S. and Canada. He holds an Associate of Arts degree in Multi-Disciplinary Studies from Grantham University.
Diane Stocking Neiss is currently employed by the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) and founded “Stocking Hominid Research” in 2007. She too has given lectures at various conferences as well as appeared on television. Diane became interested in Bigfoot at a very young age and went on to conduct research in the Southeastern United States as far back as 1974. She co-authored the cryptozoological book “Elementum Bestia” in 2007. After visiting the Pacific Northwest in the 1990s, Stocking ultimately moved to Oregon, where she continues her research with her husband Todd. Diane holds an Associate of Science degree in Forestry from Lake City Forestry College in Florida.
Todd & Diane Neiss live aboard a 42-foot motor yacht christened “Jadoo Shikari” (Hindu for “Mystery Hunter”) in Portland Oregon. Upon retiring, they plan to utilize the yacht as a research vessel; exploring the numerous wilderness inlets along the British Columbian coastline in search of Bigfoot. Equipped with a mast mounted remote-controlled FLIR camera, they intend to explore intercostal islands and scour their shorelines and interior for any evidence of these elusive creatures.
We're scheduled to have Kevin Collopy, Sean Kivlehan, and Scott Snyder come on the show and discuss their March EMSWorld article on prehospital trauma myths. We'll be covering everything from nasal airways to MAST trousers to Lidocaine use in RSI.
We'll also do another set of "Rhythms of the Night".
It's going to be a different kind of Monday night...it'll have us! The Tonight Show is going to have some competition!
Dre's Place BBQ with Andre Bullock on "As the Rotisserie Turns"
The best discoveries are often found completely by accident. It seems that may be happening again for Autism.
Dr Theoharis Theoharides (Dr. Theo) from Tufts University, has come across a breakthrough in Autism.
Several years ago when Dr Theoharides was researching a completely different disease called Mastocytosis, he noticed an extremely high co- occurrence of Autism in these people. Through a simple survey it was found that 10% of people with Mastocytosis also had an ASD diagnosis. That raised a big red flag to Dr. Theo since having that big of an increase of having a disease within a certain population ( 1 in 10 for Mastocytosys) compared to the regular population (1 in a 100) points to a direct connection. This compelled Dr. Theo to do testing of autistic children and lead to the discovery that autistic children had activated Mast cells.
Activated mast cells cause many of the same symptoms found in autistic children. Listen as we discuss how mast cells can affect behavior, language, stress and neurological symptoms.
Chris Chadwick has some great guest
Gray discusses the end of the CFP with a panel of experts, closing the curtain on an unbelievable football season. Jacquie Franciulli is back for the ACC Weekly Update and Craig Mattox also returns for the SEC Weekly Update. Lastly, Shelby Mast, bracketologist for USA Today, joins the program for the second time ever to talk the early NCAA Tourney bubble. Tune in!
Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Giving Voice to All
Founder and Executive Director Lisa Baron, J.D., who established Memory Care Home Solutions will be our first today. Lisa will explain her unique service she provides families at home caring for loved ones with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn how her company can help you and those your know dealing with dementia.
Our second guest will be Dr. Ben Mast, author of Second Forgetting who will discuss his book and the importance of his views on dementia.
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Please join us and use the chat box or call in live to join the conversation
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For more information on dementia and caregiving go to Alzheimer's Speaks Website.