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Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Terry Wahls will be discussing her history and experience with multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she teaches internal medicine residents, sees patients with traumatic brain injuries, and conducts clinical trials. She is also a patient with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for 4 years. Using her own Wahls Protocol™ based on functional medicine and the Wahls Paleo™ diet, Dr. Wahls restored her health and now pedals her bike 5 miles to work each day. She is the author of The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine and teaches the public and medical community about the healing power of intensive nutrition.
For a woman, a purse is more than a place to carry a wallet and credit cards. It's a fashion statement, and often women strive to match purses with shoes, dresses, and earrings. But purses are also targets for thieves, and a purse hanging loosely from one's hand can be easilty snatched. A skilled thief can dash away in a crowd of people and escape with a handbag before the unsuspecting victim has time to react. And for seniors, walking with a cane, or walker, or sitting in a wheelchair, a purse becomes a difficult accessory to manage. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention and for hand bag designer Jewell Pates, the needs of seniors created a unique market for her creative designs. Today she discusses her handbag design business, and how sensitivity for the needs of elederly women created a unique market, for which she developed just the right solution. Her bags will be featured in an upcoming fashion show, "We Live And Remember In Color" by fashion designer Quinton deAlexander.
Andre Williams at the age of 5 was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, by time he was 13 years old he was confined to a wheelchair. There seemed to be one thing after another from child-abuse to even more health concerns, but Andre Williams has overcome unbelievable odds and he tells the story of his life, so that it may inspire your life. Today on the Jeff Foxx radio show online it's a very moving conversation with Andre Williams and author Randy "Jashon" Jackson
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Joining Dr. Michelle Robin Wednesday is Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa and a staff physician at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs Hospital, where she teaches medical students and resident physicians. She is also a patient with a chronic progressive neurological disorder, secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. But thanks to the power of the Wahls Protocol™, which is based on Functional Medicine and the Wahls Paleo™ diet, Dr. Wahls restored her health and now pedals her bike five miles to work each day. She’ll share her amazing story on Small Changes Big Shifts.
To learn more about Dr. Terry Wahls and her amazing story or to read more about "The Wahls Protocol" go to: http://terrywahls.com/
Find out more about Host Dr, Michele Robin online at: http://yourwellnessconnection.com
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Have you ever thought what it would be like to have something so drastic happen that would change your life forever? Something that would cause life as you know it to never be the same again? Not even close? Would you let it hold you back? Keep you from accomplishing your dreams?
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she talks with Stan Morse, lawyer, author, speaker, and consultant, about his books and how he became a writer. Stan's unfortunate accident changed his life forever, but it didn't hold him back. He is the author of several books, including "Circling the Earth in a Wheelchair," a story of his five month round-the-world adventure in which he reveals what it was like for a paraplegic to dive the Great Barrier Reef, go fly fishing in New Zealand, and take trains across both Australia and Italy while coping with the daily challenges on the road in a wheelchair.
Stan Morse has become a popular novelist: Brothers of Summer and Goering's Gold being his most recent accomplishments. And now he has written an exciting new book for teenage girls entitled, Nina B and the Honey Money Bunny.
Stan is an inspiration. This is an interesting interview. Join us!!! You'll be glad you did!
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Tonight's special guest is Kathy Haley from Florida, a gunshot victim and survivor of domestic violence who has become a victim's advocate for DV and those with disabilities. "I am a survivor of domestic violence and am in a wheelchair because I was shot 4 times by my husband in 1992," Kathy shares. "Since that time I have been very outspoken concerning domestic and dating violence. My story is currently running on Discovery ID on stalking." It seems Kathy Haley's estranged husband Dave didn't seem to want to take "no" for an answer, and that included the court order she had against him. Nothing could keep him away. "I was shot 4 times by my [estranged] husband and have been in a wheelchair ever since. One of the bullets hit my right elbow, another struck my upper back. One went in my lower back, and then one in my abdomen. Then he shot himself in the head with his .38 caliber handgun." She goes on, "I speak about what it takes to overcome being a victim and maintain a positive outlook." Kathy offers her experience, strength and hope to anyone who needs it. "I have a very powerful story to tell and I'll do so, passionately, around the country. I am always willing to speak to any groups that would like to hear a tragic situation [delivered] with a bit of humor. It will certainly grab the audience's attention. Please contact me by email if you would like more information." (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Amp Capone came up out a very rough part of houston called (Sunnyside 4000 Blk) where it's everything but sunny. He came fresh out the gutter ,the projects some would say. He was expected to be dead or in jail for life before even reaching his 20's. Just another product of his environment to some, but to others he's the voice of the streets with a interesting story to share with the world. He over came many obstacles,trials and tribulations at such an early age. He was shot five times and is currently in a wheelchair and still grinding it out and sharpening his craft. His unique style an sense of humor with words makes him stand out amongst the rarest rappers. Hes one of H Town's best kept secrets. A rare diamond in the dirt that will get Its Time 2 Shine ..(My Voice Not In A Wheelchair He Says.. So Why Stop Rapping Cause I'm In One Now!!
8PM EST its The Steven James Experience. Fueled by Netscape Navigators for Day 18 of the #30daysofdaydrunkchallenge... FORGET THE ALS CHALLENGE this is one you can believe in! . Join the Original Rebel of Internet Radio Steven James as he comes at you with a heavy livers to bring you the best in the worst humor on the planet God help us all. The Fappening . Drop a show topic on our message board at the New and improved? Official Website
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Tonight's special guest is Roberta Rodgers from Georgia, a child abuse survivor and author of "Diary of a Lost Lamb" which tells the story of an abused child who struggles her way through life. From raising four of her first husband's children after his mother committed suicide, to cleaning up the outline of her second husband's body off the floor. Diary of a Lost Lamb is a story of struggles that are too much for any human to overcome without God. She went through thirty-two surgeries, spent three years in a wheelchair, and eight years in a chair drooling from medications. Diary of a Lost Lamb is a story of triumph in the face of terrible adversities. You will read how God healed her and she went to college. This is an inspiring story for one and all. This is Roberta's first visit with NAASCA's "Stop Child Abuse Now" talk show.
The Federation is a hip-hop group from Fairfield, California, part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The group consist of Doonie Baby (now Doon Koon), Stressmatic, and Goldie Gold, along with their producer Rick Rock. Rick Rock and Doonie Baby’s friendship and collaborative work dates back to the early ‘90s inAlabama, where they recorded as two-thirds of the group Cosmic Slop Shop along with Big Lurch. At age 16 and using a wheelchair after being shot, the Nevada-born, Fairfield/Vallejo-raised Federation member Goldie Gold met Rick Rock at a local mall, impressing Rock with his rapping skills. In 2002, Rick Rock recruited Doonie Baby, Goldie Gold, and Mr. Stress to form the group.
Their first single "Hyphy", which featured E-40, debuted in 2003, the title soon becoming an established slang term in Bay Area hip-hop music. The group's self-titled debut album was released under Virgin Records to good critical reception. In 2005, Rick Rock signed the group under Reprise Records, releasing the group's follow-up album It's Whateva in the summer of 2007.
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