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The Topical Hour, Rett Syndrome Zohar Levitan speaks with James Westgate and Duncan Miller about Rett Syndrome. This syndrome affects about 1 in 10,000 girls in the first 2 years of their lives and requires that the girls receive 24/7 attention in order to be able to function in a minimal amount. Our guests will tell us about the syndrome, how it has affected their lives as a family and what is being done to try and cure this. We will also hear some ways in which the parents are he
In recognition of Rare Disease Day February 28, 2011 Tara welcomes guest Syndi Ridenour Knowlton and Paige Nues, Director of Family Support for the International Rett Syndrome Foundation.
In an effort to bring awareness to the rare disease please tune in and learn about Rett Syndrome and the work that the foundations is doing.
This is a special blog talk radio/ podcast dealing with God's heart on Rett Syndrome and other illnesses and problems in life. It is to include Minister Shad Bailey saying a special prayer for the children with and famailes of children with Rett Syndrome.
Join us Thursday April 10th at noon (PST) when our guest will be Dr. Alison Bested. Dr. Bested is a Haematological Pathologist. Her training covered a wide variety of areas including Immunology, Immunohaematology, Genetics, Anatomic Pathology, Internal Medicine, Clinical and Laboratory Haematology. Dr. Bested has been privileged to treat patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities for the past 20 years. An internationally acclaimed expert on complex chronic diseases, she joined BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre as the inaugural medical director of the Complex Chronic Diseases Program in October of last year. This episode of Pain Waves Radio is generously sponsored by the personal injury lawyers at the law firm of Watson Goepel.
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Live from the Yucatan and moving full speed ahead, Chapman picks up from where she left off. In week #3 she looks into what she calls the FDL Syndrome, or the Fear, Doubt, and Lies Syndrome. Chapman delves into why she believes this particular syndrome keeps the masses from transitioning into their personal MIRACLE Zone permitting them to take their potential and purpose with[in] them to their graves. She'll also touch upon what she believes to be the most debilitating fear of all. New Time with Mexico DST: 11:00 A.M. Mexico & Central U.S; 9:00 A.M. Pacific; 10:00 A.M. MTN; & 12:00 Noon Eastern.
March 21- 23, 2014 the 321 eConference (http://321econference.net/home.html ) will be held on the web. This virtual conference is an opportunity for families, educators, and researchers from around the world to connect, share, and learn about Down syndrome. The 3 day virtual conference will bring together parents, researchers and leaders from countries including Mexico, Bangladesh, Albania, Palestine, Egypt, South Africa, India, Italy, England and New Zealand. Sixty-three presentati
We will talk to a parent with a child living with Down Syndrome named Chaya. Chaya will discuss the hardships, triumphs and most importantly joys of living with her beautiful 6 year old daughter, Chayse. Down syndrome occurs in people of all races and economic levels. We would love to hear from more parents that have children with special needs during this show. Chayse and her parents are members of DSAH-Down Syndrome Association of Houston.
Valentine’s Day is not for everyone for a variety of reasons. Whether you believe love should be expressed daily not just on Feb. 14. Or you’re single and loving it. Or maybe Cupid keeps getting it wrong for you. Whatever your reasons we wanna hear about your Valentine’s Day experiences….The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly. Tune in live 8pm EST Sunday as hosts Vic, Jas, and Sha talk shop about PVS – Post Valentine Syndrome and sign off to the Emotion Picture Radio S
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Caring for your body and mind, and nurturing relationships with others are vitally important to your health and well-being. Effective communication skills can prevent your illness from coming between you and the people you care about. Family and friends can sometimes be insensitive and cause you frustration, but it is crucial to build a strong social network so that, when necessary, you have someone to lean on.
Living with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome is challenging, necessitating a variety of skills to help you make it through each day with a sense of satisfaction. This will provide an informed discussion with tthose who live with it alone with their family.
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