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Erica Tucci is a certified life coach, licensed massage therapist, Reiki master, author and Tarot reader. She also was a corporate manager at a Fortune 500 company until she had a stroke in June 2011, which turned her world upside down. Since then, her focus has been to help provide inspiration and encouragement to others who face their own life-challenging experiences.
She also continues to do the work she was doing before her stroke, helping women find their "yin radiance" through their authentic voice and their own healing. She has been interviewed numerous times on international radio shows and blogs, and her book Radiant Survivor: How to Shine and Thrive through Recovery from Stroke, Cancer, Abuse, Addiction and Other Life-Altering Experiences has been endorsed by renowned figures. She has a program for women called “Yin Radiance: The Journey to Inner Balance” that she developed shortly before her stroke, and is developing a trauma recovery program based on her book Radiant Survivor. www.radiantsurvivor.com
It's that time of year--Summer. And along with that, comes hot temperatures, (and in some areas stifling humidity). In these remaining scorching months of summer, it's important to make sure your pet is cool and comfortable. Heat stroke is not just a condition that can befall humans; animals are also at risk--especially outdoor pets. Indoor pets can also be affected if they are left in a hot vehicle or by simply being in an indoor environment that is not properly cooled. In this episode of The Missy Show, find out tips to protect your pet from suffering a heat stroke. Join us Saturday, August 1st at 5pm Central.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Jeffrey Boone will be discussing the prevention of heart attack and stroke.
Dr. Boone is an internationally recognized expert on the effects of mental stress on the heart. Dr. Boone’s unique clinical approach focuses on aggressive prevention of cardiovascular disease, including the evaluation of the cardiovascular consequences of mental stress, the early clinical use of the latest cardiac imaging techniques, and the advanced detection and treatment of cardiometabolic risk. As an active clinician and researcher, he has authored and co-authored numerous professional articles and books on preventive cardiology, cardiometabolic risk, and stress medicine.
Did you know that strokes are the leading cause of serious, long-term disability cases in the United States? Strokes are the 3rd leading cause of deaths in the nation. This very serious medical condition impacts thousands of people each year. Are you aware of the risk factors that put you at risk for having a stroke? Please join the national award-winning radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST for one powerful and life-changing conversation about one very critical health condition. Our featured medical expert guest is the celebrated Dr. Dingane Baruti. Do join us- with every member of the family!
*Please note that this special health edition will also feature an exclusive conversation about Medicare coverage.
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Jennifer Lynn-Pullman, Registered Dietician, Bariatric Dietitian for the Einstein Bariatric Surgery Program and blogger of NourishedSimply.com and BariatricBits.com, discusses the role of diet and nutrition in the prevention of stroke.
Lynn-Pullman serves Bucks County, Pennsylvania and has experience with people with the following issues: Weight Management, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Nutritional Care of Bariatric Surgery Patients, GI Issues, Cancer, Pregnancy, Lactation, and Sports Nutrition.
Lynn-Pullman discusses the roles of sodium, saturated fats and trans fat and their effect on stroke. The relationship between high blood pressure and stroke risk is also looked at. Listen in as she tells you what you can change immediately to reduce your risk of stroke!
Join Dr. Lee, co-host Karlynn Cammon and guest Ivan Simms as they discuss the importance of stroke screenings and how they can save your life. Stroke kills twice as many women as breast cancer and over 4000,000 women will have a stroke this year. Tune in and learn more about the signs, symptoms and ways to prevent a stroke.
Meet Cam Compton as I talk about my journey before and after stroke. I am a new host on Brain Injury Radio every second Friday of the month. I will interview stroke survivors and others to educate and inspire my listeners to continue their recoveries. I hope that my journey will offer my listeners insight into stroke recovery.
This show is about stroke and brain injury and is for anyone interested in stroke. I throw in bits and pieces to offer inspiration, and suggest ways to be healthy and less stressed that have worked for me. I hope to share and lift up other stroke survivors or “warriors.” I want to help them find out that there are others going through the same journey. Though our journeys are not the same, we are all survivors nonetheless.
Ray is a young stroke survivor. It has been found that he was suffering from a rare condition called thoracic outlet syndrome or TOS for short. This caused an aneurysm to form in his subclavian artery. TOS sent him through a round of surgeries and stays in the hospital. Doctors started going over all his brain scans and investigating and found by comparing brain scans done before that he had suffered a stroke sometime around August of 2011. He recovered. then one morning with a horrible headache that would not go away, it was also accompanied by nausea and uncontrollable vomiting. He stayed home but on the 2nd day the pain was so unbearable and that he decided to call the doctor and was told to get to the ER. He went and the last thing he remembered was a voice saying, “you have significant bleeding in your brain and we are not equipped to handle this.” He was having a hemorrhagic stroke. They had to do an emergency craniotomy to drain the blood from his brain.
This show is about stroke and brain injury and is for anyone interested in stroke with bits and pieces thrown in for inspiration, ways to be healthy, less stressed and more. I want to be here to share and to lift up other stroke survivors or warriors. I want to help you find out there are others going through what you have gone though. Maybe not the same journey but a survivor none the less. To give positive information, inspire and embrace what you have and continue moving forward.
Shane Greer is the New Face of a Stroke as he a stroke while his mother carried him (utero stroke).Shane's mother knew that Shane was not progressing as he should so she had him tested at various institutionslike Kennedy Krieger. Shane was given an IEP to allow him to get appropriate education; however, Shane diagnosis of utero stroke went UNDIAGNOSED until the age of 19. STROKE does not look the same...this is NOT your grandmother's promblem...it's all of ours! Treat your bod right, know your body and know the symptoms.
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A sudden numbness in your face, difficulty speaking, a severe headache. These are signs and symptoms of a stroke. Each year, nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. have a stroke. May is Stroke Awareness Month and on the next Mayo Clinic Radio, neurologist Dr. Robert Brown, Jr., talks about diagnosis and treatment of stroke. Also on […]
We trust you had an enjoyable Easter, the day of celebration of faith. The DownTown Milton Studio is proud to install its fifth production towards God's gift of true life - brain injury survival. Tonight begins the compassion of a Caregiver, a Stroke Surviving mother of four precious daughters, and a 'MeMa' of two 'princesses' for grandchildren. As her story unfolds, feel free to contact Tammy at (424) 243-9540 to share and discuss caregiver's efforts and support, stroke survival and the effcts brain injuries have on families, and a 'surviving' personal life as well as a parent. Mahlon Whitaker, the normal Sunday night braininjuryradio.com Caregiver mentor, will return in two weeks to this regular time frame. Tonya and Mahlon are with family this Easter, since they so graciously along with Matt ushered Tammy to the home studios of Sunday BIRN, in exchange Tammy has offered to begin her chapter on TBISN, a very nice trade indeed.