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Have you ever experienced fever, persistent headache, stiff neck, or lack of appetite? Who do you know bothered by lack of energy, drowsiness, joint pain, nausea, vomiting, or even discomfort in bright lights?
Meningitis is one of the most misdiagnosed health challenges facing us today. Dial 347-850-8486 8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, April 29, 2015, overcome both kinds and even prevent it from affecting your family.
Featured Guest: Dr. Maxwell Nartey - author, therapeutic scientist & founder of Symptometry and the American School of Symptometry
Joining me on yesterday’s Outbreak News This Week radio show to discuss the cases, the new meningitis B vaccines and the wonderful work of the organization, Meningitis Angels, was the Founder/National Executive Director of Meningitis Angels, Frankie Milley.
Mrs Milley talked about the work of Meningitis Angels, her upcoming testimony with the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and her own personal tragedy with losing her teenage son to this devastating disease.
In the second half of the show I talked to Science and Health journalist, Tara Haelle about her interesting article published in Forbes that looks at the financial and manpower costs of measles: Measles Outbreak in Dollars and Cents: It Costs Taxpayers Bigtime.
On the Sunday, Dec.7 airing of the Outbreak News This Week radio show, the main topics covered included meningitis and the work of the Meningitis Foundation of America, a new study concerning the reduction of Baylisascaris procyonis, or raccoon roundworm egg prevalence and the antigenic drift that is affecting the H3N2 component of the 2014-2015 seasonal flu shot.
Doctors of the USA welcomes Daisi Pollard Sepulveda; Charity Ambassador, Business Entrepreneur, International Model and the reigning Mrs. Ethnic World International 2012. She will talk about Meningitis Awareness. Daisi has launched a career out of competition, representing Jamaica and the Caribbean in international pageants and branding herself an extreme queen through rigorous physical competitions such as marathons, agility, martial arts and precision sports such as blade throwing and billiards.
Aside from being a Beauty Queen, Daisi is currently the 2012-2013 elected President of Figuratively Speaking Toastmasters, a member club of Toastmasters International. She also sits on the Board of the Meningitis Foundation of America and the committee for the National Meningitis Association’s Give Kids A Shot Gala.
Doctors of the USA welcomes Daisi “Jo” Pollard Sepulveda-Low, a Model & Beauty Queen entrepreneur, to talk about the recent meningitis outbreak in Princeton University. Listen in as she discusses about the Meningitis B strain, the possibilities why we are seeing this outbreak here in the States and what Princeton is doing about it.
Daisi “Jo” Pollard Sepulveda-Low is launching a blog dedicated to her double-sided passion of everything beauty, fashion, fitness, lifestyle and business. Having both an extensive background in modeling and entrepreneurship, Daisi has cultivated her experience, knowledge base and curiosity for trying and testing products & services in the beauty industry; while exploring and learning about the creators and mega corporations behind them.
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This program is being recorded for the NY State Legislature. Oppose Assembly Bill A791a and Senate Bill S4324 calling for increased and mandated meningitis vaccines for 6th and 11th graders.
Vaccine Excipients: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/downloads/appendices/B/excipient-table-2.pdf
Guest Dr. Rebecca Carley of http://ReversingVIDS.com
Host Sallie O. Elkordy of OCTOBER ~ International Vaccine Injury Awareness
Amanda is an Intuitive Consultant working at Neal's Yard, Bury St Edmunds. She experienced an exceedingly difficult childhood and adulthood suffering continual abuse through a series of unbearable relationships. This culminated in not only the loss of her daughter, but she also became very ill with meningitis septicemia and she was told by Doctors that she wouldn't survive. Amanda has battled through the challenges of her early years and for the past 20 years she has been working as a therapist using a very effective healing method which not only empowers but enables you to break through negative patterns.
Amanda believes in Angels which she refers to as The Guys Upstairs.She will be travelling the country with her books and workshops starting in Neal's Yard, Bury St Edmunds.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Meet Hollywood journalist, novelist and HSV-Meningitis survivor, Liz Crokin.
Liz Crokin is a seasoned journalist who covered Hollywood full-time for over a decade until October 8,
2012, when doctors diagnosed her with viral meningitis. Before her illness, Liz was on top of the world
making a six-figure salary and in a serious relationship with a man she had planned to marry. Her
doctors were baffled as to how she got sick. The disease swelled her brain, left her with brain damage
and unable to work or care for herself. Tests later proved that she had hsv2-meningitis and her illness
stemmed from the herpes 2 (genital herpes) her ex-boyfriend knowingly exposed and infected her with.
Liz’s ex lied to her and all her treating physicians about his venereal disease. His deceit obstructed and delayed Liz’s treatment causing her condition to progress into the potentially fatal meningoencephalitis. Liz is pursuing civil and
criminal action against her ex and has gone public with her story. Her goal is to educate and help others
who have struggled with disease, a disability or fallen victim to a sexual assault. Liz’s political romantic
thriller “Malice" is inspired by her experiences with her disease and working as a Hollywood journalist.
Liz’s recent works, "Malice"is a novel based off real events and shocking consequences.
Laura Mak welcomes DAISI POLLARD; Charity Ambassador, Business Entrepreneur, International Model and the reigning
Mrs. Ethnic World International 2012.Daisi has launched a career out of competition, representing Jamaica and the Caribbean in international pageants and branding herself an extreme queen through rigorous physical competitions such as marathons, agility, martial arts and precision sports such as blade throwing and billiards. Aside from being a Beauty Queen,
Daisi is currently the 2012-2013 elected President of Figuratively Speaking Toastmasters, a member club of Toastmasters International. She also sits on the Board of the Meningitis Foundation of America and the committee
for the National Meningitis Association’s Give Kids A Shot Gala.
She is a racing cyclist who won the UCI world time trial championship in 2008 and the U.S. national road race championship in 2003. She played soccer and ran cross-country in junior high and high school. She graduated with both an undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of Nebraska all while scoring a top 10 finish at the national collegiate cycling championships. She is the only active American female cyclist to win multiple UCI category 1 stage races, having won the Gracia Tour in 2002, the Tour du Montreal in 2003 and the Tour de l'Aude (Od) in 2005 and again in 2006.
She said of her faith, "When I was 4 years old, I was in the hospital with spinal meningitis. They told my parents I was going to die, but if I survived I would be brain-damaged and deaf. I made it through that, and during that time, I know my parents had some friends who were Christians who were praying for me. As a result, my family started going to a Christian church.
I went to a Christian grade school, so I was around really solid people who walked their faith and talked about Christ. Through that, more so than anything, God was working in my heart at a very young age. I remember as an eighth grader having a real strong faith already. Even in high school when I started dealing with my injuries, my faith was already really solid.
I played soccer and was a distance runner in high school, but I began experiencing stress fractures around the end of high school. I went to college on a track scholarship, but the injuries kept me on and off the field. I really knew that God had given me something special but I wasn’t getting the chance to use it. It was four years of just waiting, trusting, and as the Bible says, 'rejoice in your suffering, because suffering produces perseverance, perseverance character, and character hope.' That whole process happened over those four years while I was struggling with the running.
Dr. Eno is a board certified Internal Medicine Physician and Professional Life Coach with a passion for enhancing the health and wellbeing of today's 21st century woman. She's back with a brand new format to her blog talk radio program. Join her for her Saturday noontime wellbeing roundup in which she summarizes top health and wellness issues of the week in addition to recommendations and tips on how to enhance your health and wellbeing. Designed to be not only informative but highly interactive this is your opportunity to connect with Dr Eno and suggest topics or even ask her questions. For more information on Dr Eno please log onto her website www.askdoctorneno.com
This week Dr Eno will be reviewing the current meningitis outbreak and also delving into the root cause of the problem and how we can prevent ourselves from going down the path of even requiring steroid injections
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