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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.
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.
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Many diseases adversely affect our brain health later in life such as Alzheimer's, dementia and Parkinsons. Perhaps we can help by maintaining good oxygen levels and doing activites which activate our brain daily, like computer games, sports, meditation, conversations, team board games, reading, writing, exercises. Dr. David Barczyk, D.C. addresses 5 activities which may help save you and loved ones from future brain diseases which are aggravated by inactivity.
1. Meditate: Meditation has been shown to increase IQ and decrease stress. Meditate 10 minutes a day. No excuses. (If you’ve never meditated before and are too afraid at this point to ask how to do it, the answer is simple to give, but difficult to do. To meditate means to clear your brain. Basically, think about nothing. If you’ve never tried it, you may be surprised at what a challenge such a simple seeming task can be. Stay in the struggle and do it. One tip is to little envision chasing your thoughts away to leave your brain clear.)
2. Listen to music or better yet learn to play music.
3. Exercise: Walk. Bike. Swim. Exercise increases oxygen. Your brain loves oxygen.
4. Change your environment: Look for ways to struggle. Take a different route to work. If you usually go left, go right. Do something different. Change your routine.
5. Think positive
DAVID J. BARCZYK, D.C. is the Chief Executive Officer of ALL !N Wellness. He earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 1994 from Life Chiropractic College in Georgia and has a robust chiropractic practice that includes four locations across Southern Louisiana.
Playing RARE sermon of my leader, my teacher Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the Talk of Chicago WVON 1690 AM
Mike and Joyce speak with Gloria in Ireland. She shares her family's adventure in achieving a diagnosis of her daughter first for a brain tumor, and then for a rare syndrome, von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) which has implications for other kinds of tumors as well.
We learn how her persistence was essential in getting to a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment for her daughter, who is now doing very well. There are lessons for all of us in trusting our own instincts, and in knowing what is normal and what is unusual in your own family members. The doctors bring their knowledge of the science and of sorting out what diagnosis might be right. The patient and the family bring their description of the symptoms the sequence of events, and the pattern of when the symptoms are better or worse. It is only through this partnership that we can get to a diagnosis, especially of a rare disease.
Patricia Weltin, Founder and CEO of Rare Disease United, will speak with Mike and Joyce on Thursday, January 23.
Patty's two daughters have a rare disease called "Hypermelanosis of Ito" (HI). She is not looking to educate you about HI. Instead she wants you to know that nearly 25% of the United States is affected, directly or indirectly, by some rare disease. Each individual rare disease may be rare (affecting less than 1% of the population), but the experience of having a rare disease is not rare at all. And each individual or family with a rare disease encounters the same hurdles over and over, throughout the country and the world:
We all struggle:
<li>to achieve a diagnosis</li>
<li>to find a doctor who know anything about our rare disease</li>
<li>to find an appropriate treatment for the condition</li>
<li>to find others who understand and can provide coaching</li>
<li>to encourage drug development to alleviate or cure our disease.</li>
Rare Disease United focuses on raising awareness among the general public in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and helping to facilitate the gathering of people affected by rare diseases so that they can support one another.
Come listen to the great plans Patty has for celebrating Rare Disease Day at the end of February 2014, and learning how you can join together with this energetic group and with other such groups worldwide.
The John Moore Show
I'm back again Folks! Did ya miss me? I took a brief vacation on the 4th and did no Radio Shows that weekend! Sorry about that. We do have a Special Report prepared and available upon request for July Week #1 in Review. But this week was also jam-packed with plenty of prophetic news. We will be talking about SODOMS SEQUEL UPDATES, ABORTION BIRTH CONTROL MICROCHIPS, DISEASE & PESTILENCE UPDATES, OBAMA THE HISTORY MAKER, ZEPHANIAH ECONOMY CRISIS PROPHECY UPDATES, COSMIC SIGNS, EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANOES, SINKHOLES, and more, on this weekends series of episodes! DONT MISS 'EM! GET IN THE KNOW! STAY INFORMED!... LIVE SHOW CALL IN ANY TIME DURING THE SHOW..
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Dr. Ilene Sussman, Executive Director of the VHL Alliance, based in Boston, Massachusetts, speaks with Mike and Joyce about the celebration of Rare Disease Day being co-sponsored by the Alliance and the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio), at the Massachusetts State House in Boston on February 28, 2014, 11-12 AM.
The VHL Alliance is dedicated to research, education, and support to improve diagnosis, treatment, and quality of life for those affected by Von Hippel-Lindau (VHL).
von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) is a genetic form of cancer. VHL patients battle a series of tumors throughout their lives. The VHL gene is involved in many other forms of cancer. Curing VHL is one step closer to curing cancer!
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) is an association of more than 600 biotechnology companies, universities, academic institutions and others dedicated to advancing cutting edge research. MassBio is the leading advocate for Massachusetts’ world premier life sciences cluster. “We drive innovation by creating a forum for the biotechnology community to come together, educating the public and policy makers, influencing public policy and advancing the economic interests of individual companies, as well as the sector as a whole.”
The Rare Disease Day event will take place Friday, February 28, 2014, 11-12 in the morning, in Nurse’s Hall at the Massachusetts State House, on Beacon Hill in Boston. For more details, see http://www.massbio.org/events/calendar/2305-rare_disease_day/event_detail
Healthcare Whisperer welcomes back Mary Elizabeth Parker to the show. She is here to discuss her recent trip to Washington, DC to be a part of Rare Disease Week. She was involved in many events including meeting with several congress people. She will be discussing upcoming legislation, research and what is happening at the NIH Rare Disease Department.
Mary Elizabeth is dedicated through her work with U R Our Hope, to helping families and individuals finds answers to undiagnosed problems. She is also a voice for those who are suffering with rare diseases and need assistance getting what they need from the healthcare system. She is an inspiration for many including me!
Be sure to tune in to get the latest updates and hear the moving and inspiring stories of those Mary Elizabeth works with.
Join The Blue Clique as we discuss spiritual views, perspectives and experiences become similarly "infected" by "conceptual contaminants" -- comprising a confused and immature relationship to spiritual principles that can seem as invisible and insidious as a physical transmitted disease. How and why does this happen? Join the discussion and find out as we discuss how our path has been touched by this experience.