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Join Caroline Sutherland for this fascinating interview with Larry Frieders R.Ph., compounding pharmacist at The Compounder in Chicago Illinois. While you might have heard about Multiple Sclerosis (MS), you probably aren’t getting the whole story – unless this devastating condition is affecting you or someone close to you. This isn’t a problem exclusive to MS. Other chronic conditions are plagued with similar problems. Larry Frieders will help us understand MS, its related conditions and what to do about it. Don’t miss this compelling hour, where you will get up-to-date health information, spot readings and answers to the health questions that affect us all.
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Author Mary Ellen Ziliak a Registered Nurse and coauthor of MS: Beyond the Red Door in stores now and contributing author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Find Your Inner Strength which releases October 28, 2014. She shares intimate details of her amazing life journey with multiple sclerosis (MS). A motivational speaker, patient advocate, and nurse educator, she offers hope and encouragement to her audience. When not traveling the lecture circuit, she continues to write non-fiction. Her motto being: "True life is crazy enough, so non-fiction is my pen of choice."
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Nakikia aka MSKeepItMoving, is a native of Kinston, North Carolina now living in Durham with her family. She is the Founder and President of 501 c 3 non profit organization K.I.M. (Keep It Moving) 4U, Inc. and is the host of the organizations Blog talk radio show. She is also employed with the Department of Veteran Affairs as a Certified Medical Support Assistant and Patient Advocate Liaison.
On April 4, 2011, Nakikia was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Her life's motto is "Keep It Moving and she has since dedicated herself to raising awareness, education and providing advocacy and supportive services to the community regarding Multiple Sclerosis and other chronic diseases. She shares her experiences raising children, being a wife and her personal journey living with and managing Multiple Sclerosis and mental illness. She made a choice and she was determined not to let her diagnosis define her or control her life.
You too have the power within you to change how you feel and what comes next. Are you ready to embrace a positive outlook on your future and learn how to improve your overall state of health and well-being, despite a diagnosis of a chronic disease? If so, join MSKeepItMoving on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show with special guest Johnaa, an independent music artist from the DC and MS Warrior along with North Carolina native Mattie Copeland, Certified Life and Wellness Coach. Tune in and learn what to do to shift your mind set and became empowered to obtain your goals and have a positive attitude towards your future when you are faced with health or life challenges.
We bring you our second episode on Multiple Sclerosis this July. Our guest on the show is Dr. Barry Singer. Barry Singer, M.D., a native of St. Louis, practices neurology at Missouri Baptist Medical Center in St. Louis and is the director of The MS Center for Innovations in Care. He remains in the BJC Medical Group and on staff at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis where he practiced full-time from 1999 to 2008. Dr. Singer graduated college from Duke University in 1988 and medical school from Columbia University in 1992. His neurology residency was at Cornell-New York Hospital and his two-year multiple sclerosis fellowship was at the National Institutes of Health. He has been an investigator in more than 20 clinical trials focused on new multiple sclerosis treatment options since 1994. He continues to publish in the field of multiple sclerosis and has served as course director for national continuing education programs. As a leader in multiple sclerosis and patient advocate, he has given lectures on MS throughout the U.S. and internationally.
On the panel are MS survivors and advocates, Bradley Mann, Melissa Cook, Suzanne Robins.
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Chronic, debilitating diseases are on the rise. One of them frequently mentioned is MS or multiple sclerosis. There is no "cure" because we claim that we do not know if it is genetic, is it auto immune, is it of a viral or a bacterial origin?
What we know is that it is characterized by a damaged isolating coat of nerve cells, inflammation and inability of neurons to communicate. This is one of those disease that used to be extremely rare. Since it does not affect animals in the wilderness it is obvious it has something to do with what we eat and what we do as humans.
As soon as inflammation occurs we have to assume that the cells involved are acidic and that means toxic. The insulating cover around the nerve cells is made of fats delivered by cholesterol. Does tempering with cholesterol contribute to the problem?
Is it the lack of saturated fats or presence of glucose in the diet or does stress have anything to do with this problem?
The fact is that this disease was unknown since the 1800 although some refer to several cases as possible MS. This is clearly disease of modern human and that means polluted human. So is the claim that there is no cure because it is genetic problem correct?
This Saturday our panel will elaborate over this topic pointing on possible causes and the way this dis ease can be dealt with.
Special Guest: Dr. Nicholas LaRocca is a clinical psychologist who has worked in the field of MS for over 30 years. He was an associate professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York Medical College before joining the National MS Society in 1997. He currently serves as Vice President of Health Care Delivery and Policy Research in the Research Programs Department of the National MS Society. In this role he has responsibility for Society funding of research to address the symptoms of MS, rehabilitation, epidemiology, psychosocial aspects of MS as well as health policy studies. He has a longstanding interest in cognition and rehabilitation and co-authored a book on cognitive changes in MS that was published in 2006.
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Bonita McAfee-Mitchell, Founder & CEO of Thread of Hope Records, is making a sound with the celebrated school curriculum program “I’m Saving Myself.” She may have been a celebrated wardrobe stylist for Stevie Wonder but Bonita McAfee-Mitchell, Founder and CEO of Thread of Hope Records, is stitching a new mission which resonates John Lennon’s poignant message “All You Need Is Love.” Mitchell is taking her Benton Harbor, Michigan based company’s “I’m Saving Myself” youth program into the national limelight with a theme which teaches self-love as the first and most important element to making wise choices.
Judith Smith-Since September 2011 Judith has taken the role of Key Srategist and Co-Project Director for the Jamaican Olympic Ice Hockey Federation (JOIHF), a non-profit dedicated to the empowerment of Jamaican youth: providing opportunities for athletes of Jamaican, Caribbean and West Indian heritage, worldwide seeking to develop and/or enhance their skills for competition in winter sports, including competition at the Olympic Game level. She was brought in by her brother, G. Webster Smith co-founder of JOIHF. He was a colleague and friend of Co-Founder and CEO, EJ Phillipps, who had this wonderful vision.
All this week, IN THE MIX is talking MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. Get the facts, get involved and make a differences
We launch our talk series on Multiple Sclerosis this April. Our expert on the show is Dr. Patricia K. Coyle.
Patricia K. Coyle, MD, is a professor and acting chair of neurology, and the director of the Multiple Sclerosis Comprehensive Care Center at the Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York. She received a BS degree with highest honors from Fordham University, Bronx, New York, and an MD degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha. While at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she completed a residency and chief residency in neurology, followed by a two-year fellowship in neuroimmunology and neurovirology. She then went on to establish a successful research laboratory in addition to building a busy clinical practice at the Stony Brook University Medical Center. Dr. Coyle is the author of numerous articles on clinical and basic research aspects of multiple sclerosis (MS) and neurologic infections and she is recognized as a leading expert on MS and neurologic infections. Her areas of expertise include Lyme disease, cerebrospinal fluid, therapeutics, neuroimmunology, and fatigue. Her research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health and other organizations. In addition to her busy clinical and research careers, she has held active leadership positions in a number of national and international organizations and academic societies, including the American Academy of Neurology, American Neurological Association, and National MS Society. She is a director of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Panelists : Bradley Mann, Kristie Salerno Kent, Bonnie Cohen
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Branch Isole is a self published author of twenty titles in four genres. He is here today to share information with aspiring authors on how to write for multiple genres and will also touch on the essentials of self publishing. His best selling book, "Pathways To Publishing" explains and details the process, obstacles, pitfalls and costs associated with self publishing.