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FEBRUARY 28 IS RARE DISEASE DAY. ONE IN TEN AMERICANS SUFFERS FROM RARE DISEASES? A RARE DISEASE IS DEFINED AS AFFECTING FEWER THAN 200 THOUSAND PEOPLE. BUT BECAUSE THERE ARE NEARLY 7,000 RARE DISEASES, THEY AFFECT NEARLY 30 MILLION AMERICANS.
World Footprints is pleased to share Part 2 of the 3-part interview with Emmy Award winning actor Eric Braeden, who plays Victor Newman on The Young & the Restless (CBS Daytime). Eric talks about his favorite travel destinations and his efforts to foster peace and understanding between Germans and the Jewish community. Then, enjoy a feast with Spain’s celebrated chef Maria Jose San Roman as she shares the secret ingredient that appears in all of her dishes (and cocktails). Finally, since every day is World Animal Day we are pleased to be joined by Paul Butler, SVP of Global Programs at RARE Conservation, who will discuss RARE’s animal conservation efforts and the world-wide Pride Campaign.
Tonight's Politics w/ Ric Rare (Portland Observer), DeeAnna Lopes (Florida), Will Hanna (Baltimore) and LaQuay Juel (NJ, Obsidian News). Topic, once again, is Ferguson: The Aftermath. National Discussion on Ferguson: Civil and Human Rights; behind the scene violence, arrests, and hospitalizations. Timeline on Mike Brown's murder. The autopsy report stated there were 6 shots, including two to the head - one that actually into the top of his skull. Video tape. Mainstream media's contribution to racial profiling, homicide justification. Role of social media. Wakeup call for Black America. The militarization of cities across America, like Baltimore, as noted by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Meet The Press yesterday. Also, breaking news about resignation of Dick Cologne in Baltimore's Park Heights Community.
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The First Global Metabolic Revolution Summit
Monday-Wednesday, July 28-30
Sayer Ji and Linda discuss an exclusive chance July 28 – 30 to learn about the perfect storm of invisible health risks, known as Metabolic Syndrome, which is likely brewing inside your body.
Largely known worldwide in 188 countries as an epidemic of metabolic diseases—diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney disease and even infertility—Metabolic Syndrome needs to be a household word. Why? Because 57 million people in the U.S. are walking around with this ticking health bomb and don’t even know it.
Become empowered, educated with life-saving information from 12 experts who will inform you why our bodies did not evolve to exist on low-fat high carbohydrate meals.
Begin reversing metabolic diseases—without drugs—in as little as 2 weeks with your own “doable” lifestyle plan.
Learn why YOU taking charge of deterring YOUR aging process, making better lifestyle choices and improving your health naturally is the sexiest and hottest thing on the planet—sure to become the next big thing.
Speakers include Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. David Perlmutter, Brian Mowll, DC, Sayer Ji, Dr. Wolf Funfack and the Metabolic Balance Team, Dr. Stephen Sinatra, JJ Virgin, Dr. Rashid Buttar, Jim Forleo, DC, Dr. Steven Masley, and Dr. Caroline Cederquist.
Tonight's Politics hosted by Doni Glover with guests ... The Portland Observer's Ric Rare ... & ... Obsidian News' LaQuay Juel. Topics include Portland violence this weekend, The Ferguson Militarization, and Ebola. Rare, as always, gives a candid peep into black life in Portland. He also shares a bit of Portland history on shaghai's/indentured servitude/slavery that involved white and Asian slaves. Juel discusses his group's current effort assist with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa that has claimed some 2,000 lives. He also gives an update on LaVena Johnson.
LaVena Johnson was a Private First Class in the United States Army whose death, officially ruled a suicide, has attracted international attention amid allegations that her death was actually the result of rape and murder.
Clearly, a lot is happening in Black America. #racismsucks
In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss some diseases that are making it across the border in the recent immigrant crisis, new self-guiding technology in small arms, gun shot wound kit essentials, and the ill effects of sleep procrastination...
Join us tomorrow night, Tammy Texas and my co-host, Russell Pappalardo, The Mighty Phoenix with our special guest, Clay Douglas who is the Host of his own show, Free American as we discuss the spread of Ebola and the coming diseases that the flood of illegals are bringing into our country by the Obama regime. We will also be discussing who profits most by a pandemic coming to Amerika and why it's important to the Globalists to kill as many Amerikans off as they can!
Tonight we welcome back to the show, Dr. Lorna Speid who works in the pharmaceutical industry as a regulatory affairs and drug development consultant. We will be talking about the role of the PI (Principal Investigator) in clinical trials.
After working in the pharmaceutical industry for many years, Dr. Speid saw a need to provide information to patients about clinical trials that would allow them to be empowered enough to ask the right questions before and after entering clinical trials. She wrote the book Clinical Trials: What Patients and Healthy Volunteers Need to Know, to accomplish this. It was published by Oxford University Press in 2010.
Oxford University, the publisher of the book has agreed to provide Help 4 HD with a donation every time anyone using the Code HELP4HD154 in purchasing a copy of the book. The link for purchasing the book is http://global.oup.com/academic/promo/32990/?cc=gb&lang=en PROMO CODE: 32990. This is a book that will provide information on the development of new treatments. Education about this process is critical for anyone that is interacting with the process, whether as care giver or as patient.
She is the founder of a non-profit called Rare Diseases Patients First! This organization is planning to provide education to patients with rare diseases about the clinical trial process. This education will be provided free of charge. We will provide more information about these educational internet-based meetings, as soon as they are ready to be rolled out later this year. Dr. Speid advises companies on the development of new treatments for rare diseases.