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Did you spend time with the flu last year? Nervous about how this winter might wreak havoc on your immune system? Learn how you can protect and bolster your body's natural ability to fight infection and viruses with good ole FOOD. Many things we do can deplete or replete what our body needs to be the strong fighting force it has the potential to be.
Self-Defense, Sanitation, and the Flu!
on The Survival Medicine Hour!
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Join us on this episode of “The Doom and Bloom Hour” as Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy talk about sanitation in a survival situation and discuss Influenza (the FLU). Our special guest is Jim Cobb, author of “Prepper’s Home Defense” and owner of survivalweekly.com. Join us as Jim shares sound advice to “protect your family by any means necessary”, and primarily how to AVOID confrontations and stay safe. Learn how to make a “fire straw” and how to reinforce your doors for very little money and they are both super easy projects. Nurse Amy will try to discuss her garden if time allots.
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May 22, 2014: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are becoming increasingly common among youth athletes and can lead to arthritis of the knee later in life. But a recent clinical report in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, notes that the risk for ACL injuries can be significantly reduced with a simple neuromuscular training program.
In this episode, Julie Eibensteiner, PT, DPT, CSCS, who has worked with numerous college and elite soccer players both as a physical therapist and as a coach, discusses ACL injuries and gives advice to parents about ways to reduce the risk of these knee injuries for their children.
Read more about ACL tears and tips on preventing knee injuries at MoveForwardPT.com.
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Dream Catchers – Preventing TBI Meltdowns – Les Paul
You’re driving along through life and suddenly reality hit you head on like a bolt of lightning struck you in your head and your thoughts become scrambled as you begin struggling for your life. You can lose your identity or suddenly die, you can become very angry and bitter or mellow and mild and everything in between and up above and down below can slam the door on your life for what seems like an eternity!
Tonight I want to hear your thoughts, hopes, and dreams. So call in. It is my vision and dream to see d survivors come together and form a brave new world of survivors to make 2014 the best year ever for people with disabilities everywhere!!!
I’m going to be presenting ideas as well as asking questions of the audience to help find out in a week community of how we can work together to stop the meltdown stop the crash and build a better future for people with disabilities and traumatic brain injury everywhere, starting now!
You can surrender and fights to defy the odds you can become a winner are become determined to be a loser. We can help people survive the struggle of fighting along with them. I would can give in and let dark thoughts take over our mind and ruinous and they can and they will, unless you dare to believe in dream in a future that is stronger and just!
So hold your head up high, call in tonight and be part of real solutions that are goal oriented to helping people disabilities live a better tomorrow, starting right now! This is Les Paul the Dream Catcher
Joyce speaks with Rumi Chumara of the project Flu Near You, which tracks 40,000 weekly responses from volunteers about their health, and about any flu symptoms. Their goal is to save lives from potentially deadly influenza by examining the ongoing trends in 2014, and in particular by observing the overall success rate of vaccinations.
Flu Near You was created in partnership with the Boston Children’s Hospital’s HealthMap, an expansive globe-spanning project that tracks outbreaks of infectious diseases. Participants who register on Flu Near You are sent a weekly email that asks whether they have had a flu shot and whether they have experienced any symptoms from a provided list of ten potential answers including fever, fatigue and sore throat.
Flu Near You is a site administered by Healthmap of Boston Children’s Hospital in partnership with the American Public Health Association and the Skoll Global Threats Fund.
Flu Near You is open to anyone for browsing. Any individual living in the United States or Canada, 13 years of age or older, can register to complete brief, weekly surveys that help all of us learn more about the flu.
See flu activity in your area
Find nearby locations offering flu vaccines
Complete quick surveys to advance our collective understanding of the flu
Visualize flu trends
Connect with local public health organizations
For more information, see http://flunearyou.org
With host Marianne Russo
Dr. Coplan has attained recognition in all three medical specialties pertaining to child development: Pediatrics, Child, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities), and Child Psychiatry
Dr. Coplan’s book, Making Sense of Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Create the brightest future for your child with the best treatment options introduces a revolutionary three-dimensional model of ASD that simultaneously takes into account a child’s atypical features, level of general intelligence, and age. This 3D model provides a “roadmap” on which to chart a child’s progress over time, and a framework for making decisions about the best therapies at each stage of development. His book also addresses the many conflicting claims regarding causation of autistic spectrum disorder, proven and unproven interventions, and possible reasons for the so-called “explosion” of cases of ASD.
In his article "Is one of my patients the next Adam Lanza" he discusses causes, identifying and preventing tragedies like those in Newtown and the recent killings in Santa Barbara.
This live episode of #MattersOFtheHeartWednesday will focus talk on Dealing With & Preventing problems within love & relationships plus HOT recommended reads for Adult Readers plus #HotTopics
When you or someone you love gets hit with the flu, it's sometimes hard to know what to do right away to try and beat it. During this episode, Dr. Ronda shares about her own recent experience with a severe bout of the flu and how she bounced back in less than 48 hours! Knowing what to have on hand at the first sign of a cold or the flu and then what kinds of emergency interventions you can use will make the difference between a 2-week struggle to get better vs a quick 1-2 day turnaround! Don't miss this show!
Comprenew is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to inspiring environmental care and increasing vocational preparedness through education for all people and segments of society, regardless of religion, ethnicity, or status, through best practice technology recycling services.
It is Comprenew’s mission to protect people and the environment from problems associated with electronics by extending the economic lifecycle of used electronics. We act as a resource for the community to recycle and educate, while providing job readiness programs.
The Grand Rapids Red Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving health, reducing risk, and preventing HIV. Since 1998 we have served the city of Grand Rapids by providing people with access to the knowledge, tools, information and support that they need to stay healthy. We maintain a focus on empowering individuals to make any positive change, as they define it for themselves, in their own lives and in their communities. We envision a world in which everyone has access to the health related services that they need, when and where they need them.
Paul G. King, PhD http://www.dr-king.com
Sallie O. Elkordy, Host
Jennifer Hulsey has lived in Georgia her entire life. She is a Graduate of Berry College; an educator and community activist.
Here are some of Jennifer's own words.......
In 2008, I began the Parkinson's Walk for Hope with the Georgia Parkinson's Association. The goal was to raise funds and awareness for this terrible disease. To date, this walk has raised over $200,000, and is the largest walk per capita in the nation. This walk has put Cedartown on the map, and people come from all over the United States and other countries to participate in our Walk for Hope. Through this walk I saw the spirit of our local community. I realized that empowering people can make a huge difference.
I am a proud member of the Cedartown Exchange Club and honored to be the 1st woman president of the club. A club that stands for preventing child abuse. Our youth is so important to this community. And, I am proud to say that our club has worked tirelessly to help those in need, and encourage our youth to continue their education and pursue their dreams.
You can contact Jennifer by email.......firstname.lastname@example.org