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  • 02:58

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Spirituality

    1st Hour: Retro: Twinservant with Thomas Abdul Salaam

    2nd Hour: The Pearls Of Women with Nimat Shahid - Qur''anic Monday

    3rd Hour: Your Holistic Health with Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin

  • 02:59

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Spirituality


    2nd Hour: THE PEARLS OF WOMEN with Nimat Shaheed

    3rd Hour: YOUR HOLISTIC HEALTH with Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin

  • 00:29

    Women United

    in Politics

    When women are empowered and supported in a way that does not inhibit everyone grows.

  • 02:56

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Motivation

    1st Hour: Retro: Twinservant - with Thomas Abdul Salaam

    2nd Hour: The Pearls Of Women: Nimat Shahid presents Qur'anic Mondays

    3rd Hour: Your Holistic Health with Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin

  • 02:56

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Work

    Retro: Twinservant - Thomas Abdul Salaam

    The Pearls Of Women: Nimat Shahid

    Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin brings thought provoking ideas on Holistic Health

  • 00:28

    Women United

    in Politics

    Our program provides the best up to date information on issues and topics that effect women and girls.  We also invite every community member into the conversations with us.

  • 01:08

    Optimal Health

    in Health

    Each week Dr. Epley, D.C., C.C.W.P, and Dr. Gofourth, D.C. will discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health.  Our emphysis is primarily on toxicity and deficiency and how this stress negatively effects our health.  Creating sufficency and eliminating toxicity by eating well, moving well, and thinking well can reverse the negative effects of stress and can lead to a lifetime of health and wellness

  • 02:59

    Retro: Twinservant, The Pearls Of Women, Your Holistic Health

    in Religion

    1st Hour: Retro: is all about inspiration and motivation with Thomas Abdul Salaam

    2nd Hour: Nimat Shahid presents observations from a woman's perspective

    3rd Hour: Dr. Abdel J. Nuriddin presents ideas on Wholistic health

  • What does natural health mean to women?

    in Nutrition

    What does natural health mean to women? We will find out on today's show with Host, Kelli Claypool, as she talks with Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis of Doctors Nutrition. 

    Natural health is the natural approach to healing and maintaining good health. It’s the practice that works on the premise of when the body is nourished naturally it can heal itself and possibly even prevent some illnesses. For women this means taking care of your health in natural ways including eating right, exercising, practicing holistic medicine and maintaining a healthy emotional sense. A well-balanced diet is almost impossible to achieve from today’s food sources. And if you have dieted for any number of years, your body has most likely been deprived of a large number of vitamins and minerals it needs. Supplements will speed up the process of increasing your positive health benefits since they help the body detoxify and strengthen the immune system.

    Women who suffer from PMS, menopausal symptoms and chronic backaches among other health problems often can’t find the relief from conventional health care. However many find that regular exercise reduces the pain and in some cases stops it completely. Natural Medicine is meant to be a preventative form of health care. There are times when even the body’s natural defenses are not enough and disease such as cancer or chronic pain still occurs. Alternative medicine treatments are natural and non-invasive. The idea is to nurture a well-balanced and well-nourished body that can fight infections, resist disease and heal itself while aging gracefully.

    We will be discussing all of this and so much more on the next DivaTalkRadio show. 

  • 01:09

    Health Optimization for Women with Rajka Milanovic Galbraith, MD, ABFM, ABIHM

    in Health

    Are you Chronically Fatigued? Have decreased ability to handle stress? Wish someone could have recognized the warning signs and corrected this a looooong time ago?

    Then this podcast is for you!

    On Monday, Nov 16, 2015 at 8PM Eastern, Dr Jess Armine has the pleasure of interviewing Rajka Milanovic Galbraith, MD, ABFM, ABIHM who will speak about Health Optimization for Women.

    Dr. "Ryka" completed her residency at Grant Medical Center and is board certified in family medicine as well as trained at a level 1 trauma center in Columbus Ohio. She spent the first 6 years of practice practicing inpatient and outpatient medicine as well as delivering babies. In te last 3 years,  she has trained extensively in functional medicine (through IFM), integtrative medicine and nutrigenomics.She believes in optimizing health through a bio-individual approach (Hmmmm...sounds familiar, eh?): combining a functional, integrative and nutrigenenetic approach. This approach targets the root causes of diseases for lifelong wellness. She empowers people to take charge of their own health by partnering with them to allow them to make choices not just prescribing a standard protocol: everyone is unique.  She takes care of all ages and has a special interest in women and children, autoimmune disease, health optimization, and sports nutrition and performance. 

    People, Dr. Ryka is the "real deal". The tye of well trained, eclectic doctor that you all are looking for. Join us as she shares her experience and passion with our audience!

    See you then!

    Dr. Jess.


  • 01:01


    in Current Events

    There's been a push for years to have doctors, nurses, and health care folks to become more involved in screening and treating victims of intimate partner violence. There have been flyers taped in bathrooms, brochures stacked in waiting rooms, and once in a while a quesion about domestic violence on an intake form. But what are we really doing, is this the appropriate response, and what can we do better?

    Project Connect, a program funded by the Department of Human Serivces, has trained doctors and nurses about how to talk with patients about domestic violence and sexual assault, and that can be a tough thing to do.

    Lisa James, Director of Health at Futures Without Violence, has worked with experts in medicine, violence and policy to work out an effective health care response to abuse. She is a recipient of the American Medical Association's Citation for Distinguished Service for her efforts to train health care provicers on domestic violence, and she coordinates the biennial National Conference on Health Care and Domestic Violence.

    Join us as we discuss the role of health care providers in helping victims of sexual and domestic violence.