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Join us on this topic tonight "Suicide Prevention"
What are your thoughts? Do you know anyone who has commited suicide? How can we help someone that comes to us with thoughts like this?
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This will be my 2nd interview With Gregg Loomis: Suicide Survivior: We will be discussing his journey and his work in the field to lower the suicide rate and instill hope in those who are suffering.
Drs. Barbara Stanley and J. John Mann will be speaking
Every year, there are more than 30,000 suicides and ten times as many suicide attempts in the United States. Better prevention is urgently required. That requires improving our knowledge of the causes of suicidal behavior. We know psychiatric disorders, most commonly major depression, are associated with suicide. But most people with a psychiatric disorder never attempt suicide. The group at higher risk of suicide have a predisposition to suicidal behavior. Learning about how genes and childhood experiences affect how we deal with stress, depression and make decisions, and how those functions are in turn related to brain functioning are key to understanding why people die by suicide. The Conte Center for Translational Neuroscience at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, has been at the forefront of this research.
Differences in brain circuitry in suicide attempters are linked to the predisposition to suicidal behavior and are the result of a combination of genes and childhood adversity. Evaluating brain circuitry of family members of those who have suicided or made serious nonlethal suicide attempts may identify a higher risk group. The Conte Center for Suicide Prevention uses two brain imaging modalities, positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), along with several biobehavioral measures to study risk and resilience factors for suicide in patients with major depression.
In this radio program, we will describe how we seek to prevent suicide by studying the brain biology and abnormalities in stress coping and mood regulation that increase risk of suicidal behavior, and then seeking ways to reverse these effects.
On May 5, 2015, Alberta heads to the polls in the most anticipated "unnecessary" election in more than a generation. In 110 years, only four political parties have formed Government in the province. So far every party that has lost power has virtually disappeared from the map.
Considering this election was not necessary until 2016, Jim Prentice might be reconsidering a bit now. The PC's are in third place after 44 years in power. The New Democrats and the supposed dead Wildrose sit atop polling as they have from the outset of the campaign. There is a much different tone in the air this time around. No more coronations. It's looking like no more same old. General consensus is the higher the turnout, the bigger the loss for Prentice will be.
We will look at the leaders of the five parties involved. We will look at any major policy goals of each. We will look at the one and only televised debate performances and effects of same. And we will look at the gaffes, leaks, mistakes, feuds, attacks and punditry of the campaign. It is not being discussed openly in media but the results in Alberta could be very influential as Canada heads towards a federal election this October at the latest. Jim Prentice and Brian Jean are both former MP's in Harper's CPC with Prentice far and away having the better of Jean on that score. So what would it tell Canada if the NDP formed government in Alberta of all places, over Emperor's messengers?
Calls welcome, especially from Albertans! Join us for some insight into the seemingly ending conservative heartland.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month is a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse and neglect, and to promote the social and emotional well-being of children and families. During the month of April and throughout the year, communities are encouraged to share child abuse and neglect prevention awareness strategies and activities and promote prevention across the country. It is also the 40th anniversary of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act.
By now, most of you have probably heard of the dog flu outbreak--but how many people actually know what the dog flu really is? In this episode of The Missy Show, we delve into this strange virus, exploring its origin, causes, and how it is spread. Most of all, we seek to answer the question of how we can prevent our dogs from falling victim to this sickness. Be sure to join hosts J and D as they discuss this very important topic on this Saturday's Missy Show. April 25th at 5pm Central. Don't miss it!
http://VictoriaVives.com/radio Interview with SPECIAL GUEST, Lynne D. Kitei, M.D. She is an internationally acclaimed physician and health educator who pushed aside her successful medical career to pursue The Phoenix Lights book and internationally award-winning Documentary project. She was leading the cutting edge era of early disease detection and prevention as Chief Clinical Consultant of the Imaging-Prevention-Wellness Center at the world renowned Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix, Arizona until coming forward, after seven years of anonymity, as a key witness to the historic and still unexplained mass sighting throughout Arizona in 1997. thephoenixlights.net
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Wolfdog radio/your voice your time, will be bringing you a special show this Friday, 8pm eastern, 7pm Central, 6pm mountain, and 5pm pacific on Enrichment. Sue Cranston and Indigo Mountain Nature Centre is our very special guests.
Please Join us as we delve into the world of enrichment for wolves and wolfdogs with none other than our guest, Sue Cranston, (although Sue will not be in the studio with us we will play the second hour of a two hour long interview that we did with Sue). To hear the full interview you can visit Wolfdogradio.com.
Show: In The Know with Tasha Cerda
Hosted by: Tasha Cerda
Special Guest: Students from AADAP
Tasha discussed the mission of ADDAP, which is to change lives and save families, by providing comprehensive subtance abuse and other social services for Asian Pacific Islander and other diverse communities. The Core programs include education, prevention, intervention, trement, employment, advocacy, and economic development.
Air Date: Friday, May 1, 2015 7pm