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  • 01:58

    prescription drugs/Toxic relationships

    in Relationships

    Relationships between drug companies and patients. The affects of medications are they friend or foe. What is a toxic relationship?


  • 00:27

    Frightening - Prescription Drugs That Kill

    in Health

    My Health And Living . com Natural remedies for Life
    We have to be very careful when it comes to health and Medicines... Did you know that some Prescription Drugs - Properly administered by your doctor can kill you ? Do you know which ones ? Do you Immunize Your Childrens - Listen to this interview FIRST...
    In Fact it is one of the Highest Killers in the western world today... Why is it, we are "so advanced in medicines" yet we are experiencing over 1.65 million deaths by Prescription Drugs every year !
    This show: The Dangers of Prescription Drugs That can KILL You !
    This topic is very important for ANYONE taking ADMINISTERED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. - It is frightnening
    Listen intently to this interview with Dr Richard Ruhling - USA
    This is Life and Death Serious !
    The real truth behind these "accidental Deaths" is startling. As a western society - these statistics (real people) are being killed off daily. Be aware of natural alternatives.
    Download your very own FREE healthy Living & Eating and nutrition guide at: www.MyHealthAndLiving.com/freereport
    Can you afford not to listen to this Interview ?
    Healthy Dave

  • 00:12

    Comparison between marijuana and prescription drugs and which of them is better

    in Culture

    Serious conversations started several decades ago in the United States around whether to legalize marijuana, and we took baby steps toward ratification with California’s Proposition 215 which voters passed by fifty-six percent in 1996, making medical marijuana permissible by law. Though we believed otherwise, medical-marijuana was and is not a new trend.

    Medical scholars have been studying, using and writing about marijuana for a long time, leaving behind hundreds of journals written between 1840 and 1930 documenting marijuana-use as an acute pain reliever; and also to treat emaciation, neuralgia and convulsive disorders as well as nausea.

    Legalizing marijuana will not increase its number of users; it will merely remove the threat of punishment for those who do.  For example, the man or woman who did not care for alcohol during prohibition did not suddenly develop a thirst for it when alcohol was legalized.

    100 people die a day from prescription drug overdose, writes the Washington Post; and in comparison, there are no deaths attributed to marijuana overdose. Yet the drug that allegedly kills 100 people a day is legal, while medical marijuana is illegal.  

    Does this mean prescription drugs are accepted because they are legal? And marijuana is illegal because no one has overdosed on it yet?

    Dr. Sanja Gupta had this to say when making the comparison, “Most frightening to me is that someone dies in the United States every 19 minutes from a prescription drug overdose, mostly accidental. Every 19 minutes. It is a horrifying statistic. As much as I searched, I could not find a documented case of death from marijuana overdose.”

  • 00:11

    America’s Addiction: Prescription Drugs

    in Politics

    Prescription medicine is a $320 billion industry in the US.  Nearly 4 billion prescriptions are written every year to Americans for classes of drugs ranging from oncology to antidepressants.  But this rapid growth of prescription medications has begun to show some negative effects on our society.  And those effects are addiction and abuse.  Prescription drugs now kill more Americans than cocaine and heroin combined. 
    In this episode we discuss some of the trends have emerged around prescription drug abuse.  We talk about the categories of prescription drugs most often abused, data around that abuse and possible solutions to the epidemic that range from education to monitoring.
    You can find the substance abuse treatment program nearest you by clicking here.

  • 00:59

    What's Important Now---War on Drugs Part 1

    in Christianity

    On this week's What's Important Now Radio program Tom Sears starts a series on drug addiction. With more states starting to legalize marijuana, prescription drug abuse on the rise, and narcotics destroying lives isn't it time we fight back? We are standing up against this killer. Americans are dying everyday. Parents are losing children, and children are losing parents. It is time to fight back. This program will be the beginning of an ongoing discussion. Join us every week as we tackle this all important topic.

  • 00:38

    Freedom from Prescription Drugs

    in Health

    eFitFamily with Laura London welcomes Alesandra Rain, author and drug expert, to talk about the many aspects of prescription pills especially the abuse and risks with over-prescription.   She will also educate the listeners on the dangers of mixing pills with herbs, over-the-counter items and certain foods. Let her personal journey inspire us that independence from prescription pills is indeed possible!
    Alesandra Rain has 18 years experience in the field of prescription drugs and their effects on the nervous system; personality alterations due to addiction; drug/drug interactions; drug/herb; drug/food and the withdrawals from various classifications of pills. Additionally, she has extensive knowledge of psychoactive medications within every age group.
    With a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and completed graduate work in a Master’s of Fine Art, Alesandra went on to become a renowned author, speaker and expert in this specialty field.
    Alesandra’s introduction to prescription pills came after an auto accident required nearly 3 dozen surgeries that left her plagued with insomnia, anxiety and pain. She spent a decade on over 1,000 pills a month and then suffered tremendous physical decline from the combination of pills. Eventually Alesandra wanted her life back and unable to find help, she chose to go cold-turkey in the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah. The excruciating withdrawals gave Alesandra an inside view of prescription addition that is also affecting millions of people today.
    Alesandra is a prescription drug expert and the cofounder of Point of Return, a nonprofit that assists the public in recovering their lives from prescription pill addiction. Her team is a group of committed professionals who have dedicated their lives to this critical cause. Do visit their website at www.pointofreturn.com.

  • 00:14

    Recovery Talk: Help I'm Addicted to Prescription Drugs!

    in Self Help

    Billy H. reminds you that even the tiny little pills you've been taking could be habit forming if you have an addictive personality OR NOT!  Prescription drug abuse is on the rise...Are you Addicted?

    Contact the host at billyhoffman1271@gmail.com


    ATTENTION:  This episode has a few seconds of dead air after you hear BLOG TALK RADIO.

  • 00:39

    Prescription Drugs Be Gone!

    in Health

    Dawn Roberts, author of WARNINGS of Disease… stops by to share her story of how she went from taking 23 different drugs to taking zero drugs, losing 60 pounds in the process. With a background in forensics, Dawn spent fifteen years doing scientific research for her book after a personal wellness journey wiped out 35 incurable diseases.  So just how did she do it? Listen on Wednesday, March 27 @ 2:00 p.m.(Eastern) for her surprising answers.

  • 01:41

    Alternative Treatment for drugs, alcohol, prescription and mental disorders

    in Spirituality

    Our expert panelist  extrapolate and dispense information about how to improve our health making natural lifestyle changes to combat deadly habits that adversely affect our health.  We discuss topics such as  HBP, high cholesterol, heart disease, addictions, mental illness, and incurable diseases to name a few. The experience of each panelist expands more than twenty years, each individual is experienced and knowledgeable in their own perspective field of interests, such as  herbal  products, holistic therapy, iridology, reflexology; nutrition and dietary health; addictions; alternative medical treatment for addictions, Bach flowers, emotional disorders, Spiritual oppression and more importantly Spiritual healing. 

    My name is Veronica Whitaker the Host of Alternative Choice Today.  Join us Monday, February 24, 2014, 3:30 pm Pacific.  Angel Michael, a Mental Health Technician will discuss Alternative Treatment for addictions to drugs, alcohol, prescription, and mental disorders.

  • 00:55

    Small Changes Big Shifts: The Ultimate Prescription With Dr. James L. Marcum

    in Health

    Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on her next show is Dr. Andi Selby an Osteopathic Physician practicing primary care at Shawnee Mission Medical Center’s new Leawood, Kansas facility.  Dr. Selby focuses on diet and exercise as the way to have a healthier and happier life. She’ll explain how much and what type of exercise is best.

    Also on the show is author, speaker and host Dr. James L. Marcum a board-certified cardiologist practicing with the Chattanooga Heart Institute, and named by USA Today as one of the most influential physicians in his field. Dr. Marcum is the author of The Ultimate Prescription and Medicines That Kill, He is also as an in-demand speaker for his role as the director of Heartwise Ministries. As one of the few independent health evangelism ministries in North America, Heartwise is honored to present viewers with a message truth, love, and healing to audiences around the world. Currently, his radio program, Heartwise, airs on more than 400 radio stations across the nation. Dr. Marcum also hosts the health program The Heart of Health Live!, which can be seen on secular and Christian television.

  • 02:00


    in Entertainment

    Tonight, on The Nadi: we'll look at funerals and death and the customs that have surrounded them. Do we, as a faith-based community, handle them accordingly? Then, we'll look at the rise of drugs within the community in lieu of the article in this month's issue of The Chaldean News: including the use of Heroin. More cases are coming out in the open, and it's becoming less taboo. What can be done to deal with this issue? Listeners are encouraged to call in at 347-857-3847. Tune in tonight from 9PM-11PM