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This month, Dr. Oz and his special guests unveiled some groundbreaking research about how cholesterol and statin drugs affect the body. Tune in and listen to the recording, then call in to join our discussion. Also, open topics...Call in & discuss your health concerns. For more information, visit the
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Dianne Linderman talks about the dangers of genetically modified foods/organisms (GMO’s), and the Monsanto Protection Act.
Dianne reads from an article which talks about the fact that 25% of sheep has died after grazing in a cotton field growing GMO cotton.
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Doctors of the USA welcomes Victoria Richards, CEO and Founder of Victoria Richards Technologies, to talk about drug-free alternatives in clinical studies, treatments and certifications for long-term pain, chronic conditions and addiction. This new model gives doctors, patients, insurance providers and employers’ effective options for affordable wellness and productivity without the risks of liability.
Victoria Richards have 25 years in research, product and procedural development and accelerated training/certifications, 10 years in manufacturing equipment and products for the health and wellness industries. The last five years have been focused on extensive research in the areas of the underlying cause and repair protocols for long-term chronic conditions and pain, clinical studies with 20+ year resistant cases and physician/practitioner certification.
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DRUGS! Is there a connection between drug abuse and the world of the spirit.. Drugs are everywhere, and they can help or they can harm us, But can they lead us into the rhelm of the spirit. Alcohol, its just recreation right? Marijuania its all Natural, from the ground right? But can we be somehow embarking into a world of hidden dangers and unseen foes. and what of the hard struff, Meth amphetamine, Crack Cocaine, Heroine, and Perscription Medications. Can theses things Open doorways in our lives to spirit entities, and if so; is it dangerous. We will talk about it on blogtalkradio.com/jameseverett591 FOUNTAIN OF TRUTH
Our guest panelists today are:
Norm Stamper, Retired Seattle Police Chief and LEAP Advisory Board Member Jasmine Tyler, Deputy Director of National Affairs, Drug Policy Alliance Drew Stromberg, Outreach Director, Students for Sensible Drug Policy Jesselyn McCurdy, Senior Legislative Counsel for the Washington Legislative Office, American Civil Liberties Union Jasmine Tyler Jasmine advocates for policies that reduce racial disparities in the criminal justice system, increase access to social and health services, and treat people who use drugs with dignity.
She is one of the leaders of the Crack the Disparity Coalition, which works to equalize the penalties for cocaine.
Norm Stamper Norm Stamper was a police officer for 34 years, the first 28 in San Diego. As a cop dedicated to protect and serve, Norm believes the war on drugs has done exactly the opposite for people.
Drew StrombergDrew Stromberg serves as Outreach Director for Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), where he tracks and advises student chapters for half of the United States and oversees chapter development for SSDP’s international network. Jesselyn McCurdy Jesselyn McCurdy is a Senior Legislative Counsel in the Washington Legislative Office (WLO) of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and is responsible for defending civil liberties in Congress and in the Executive Branch in the areas of criminal justice.
Ms. McCurdy was a member of the ACLU WLO staff for five years before accepting a position as a Counsel with the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. She was the lead House counsel for the historic Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 when it passed Congress.
How do you keep your children safe? Join me and former drug dealer and national speaker K.D. Hardy as we dicuss three keys to keeping kids safe, healthy and off of drugs. Before the show read my recent aricles at www.shelleyawroy.net or visit KD at www.kdspeaks.com Submit question before the show to firstname.lastname@example.org
UNMASKING THE HIDDEN DANGERS OF SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL
Internet sexual addiction is a powerful mind altering tool used to destroy society from within. It can tear apart a home, and it can tear apart a person’s soul. And in some cases it leads to even worse consequences. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, or religion. It attacks homes and it destroys marriages. In the lives of single individuals internet sexual addiction even sets them up for failure in a future marriage by creating unreal expectations that will make developing a good marriage impossible. Tune into today's show as we discuss this topic.
Drug testing Arkanasa's unemployed This past Monday in a republican led Arkansas in a 25-5 vote the senate passed a bill requiring those receiving unemployment benefits to submint to random durg testing.
But many say it's a violation of the federal unemployment law. What do you think? Join us @ the round table this weekend.
Host David Gerber is joined this week by a panel from the Putnam County Providers of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse treatment agencies. Together they tackle the issue of drinking and drug use by teens going to Proms. It’s an epidsode that parents need to hear, as they discuss consequences of drinking and drug use during proms and how to best prevent prom-related drinking and drug use.
Molly has been a common drug lately & everyone is trying it. : Molly is a drug made up of cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth & bath salt. It slows your heart rate 10x the normal limit & reeks havoc on your immune system with just one pill. It appeared on the dance-musi It comes as crystals or as a white powder inside a capsule and can cause high blood pressure, a rapid heart rate, possible brain injury and even heart attacks
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/03/12/3281778/police-expect-club-drug-molly.html#storylink=cpy
Substance Abuse Counselor DJ Diebold will be our guest speaker on this re-broadcast show from 10/15/11. He has been serving the behavioral health community for over 26 years and is the Director of Diebold Behavioral Counseling. His statement on the recovery process is this: "Our lower self is nothing but a manifestation of fear and the hold it can have on us. Giving into this fear renders our lives unmanageable."