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If you have mental health issues:
Do you take medication?
Are you ashamed?
Do you feel talked about?
Do you feel stereotyped?
Do feel pre-judged before others get to know you?
Guest Ms. Barbara of Miami, Florida will be sharing her life experience and issues of The Silent Killer. Feel free to call in
Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless, tasteless and toxic gas, and is often referred to as the 'silent killer". When inhaled it inhibits the blood's capacity to transport oxygen throughout the body. It can poison the body quickly in high concentrations, or slowly over long periods of time. Learn how to protect you, your family and pets from this silent killer.
Are you stressing... Have you ever just simply asked yourself a question...A question like "Am I living for today or living for tomorrow?" Or do you know someone that is living for today and the difference of someone living for tomorrow? Hmmmm? Let's Talk and Think about it...
In 2014 it is estimated 71830 men and 65,000 women will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer. 26,270 of the men and 24,040 of the women are predicted to die of the disease. (American Cancer Society report-2014).
Tray Dunaway, MD, FACS, CSP, CHCO, CHCC will be our guest as we talk about this often times preventable, curable, deadly disease. You do not want to miss this "deadly serious" discussion.Let's find a way to get out of the pickle barrel we have all found ourselves sharing.
Join me at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/inthepicklebarrel
The Orkid Project speaks with Johanna Zakour from the LWDG Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering as they work relentlessly on eliminating domestic violence against women in Lebanon.
CNN: 50% of Lebanese Women Victim of Domestic Violence
In the "moderate" country of Lebanon, women say they have been conned into thinking they have equal rights. However, the country's clerics uphold the Islamic law that allows marital rape and 50 percent of women experience domestic violence. If they go to the police, they are sent back home to "work it out."
So join us as we find out more about what is really happening and what we can do to support in ending this crime.
During this week of Passover leading up to Ressurection Sunday PWICU is fortunate enough to have reviewed The Good Book, which is the latest in many Christian Films. What sets this film apart from many others is that it's a silent film! PWICU is pleased to see the resurrection of such a craft. Journey with Tabitha Vinson as she interviews silent film actress Apolonia Davalos one of the stars from the film The Good Book, which has been endorsed by the Dove Foundatiion.
"Watching The Good Book would do anyone some good! See it soon." ~ Edwin L. Carpenter, Dove Foundation
Just got done watching The Good Book and it may be one of the better films I've seen in awhile! Everyone should take an hour out of their time and watch it." ~ Pastor Joe, Faith and Family Films
Are you sick of being sick?
Burke Allen speaks with author Sydney Ross Singer, co-author of several groundbreaking and controversial health books and co-director of The Institute for the Study of Culturogenic Disease in Hawaii. Syd and his wife Soma Grismaijer are internationally recognized for their revolutionary and shocking research linking breast cancer with the wearing of tight bras, which they describe in their book, "Dressed To Kill - The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras."
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