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The Wedding Jeannie's Health and Wellness Series Continues with Pediatrician Dr. Allison Gati!
This week we chat with another amazing doctor about child care and pediatrics. We've discussed pre-child preparation with an OB/GYN and now it's time to talk about what happens once you get pregnant and you are waiting for the baby to arrive! How do you go about finding a pediatrician that's right for you? What questions should you ask them? What types of "equipment" do you need for the baby? What happens during the first few weeks that one should be prepared for? Dr. Gati will answer these questions and of course opine on the new age debate of whether or not you should vaccinate your baby – clearly not one to miss!
Join Jeannie Uyanik live at noon on Wednesday, February 26th for another interesting show in the series!
Continue with my guest Dr. Lloyd Charles as he finishes his experiences, and tells you how, and why, he takes multiple ideas from invention to actual consumer products. This is part 2 of a 2-part program. Part 1 aired 09/22/2014
Join me as my guest Dr. Lloyd Charles reveals how, and why, he takes multiple ideas from invention to actual consumer products. This is part 1 of a 2-part program.
Free yourself & Embrace a Healthier YOU! Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center Middleburg Hts, Oh 440-239-3438 . Dr. Levatin had a private practice in the Boston Massachusetts area for the past 25 yrs. Raised in South Bend, Indiana she is happy to be returning to the Midwest. Dr. Levatin went to college at the University of Rochester, NY majoring in English & Psychology. She attended the George Washington Univ School of Medicine, graduating in 1982. & completing a pediatric internship & residency at the Univ of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey in 1986. Throughout her training Dr. Janet disagreed with much of what she observed in the conventional medical world. Due to her disappointment with the limits of conventional medicine, she began a quest to discover better ways of assisting patients with healing and health maintenance.
After researching a variety of modalities, Dr. Levatin settled on Homeopathy as her primary treatment modality. Her therapeutic regimens incorporate Herbs, Common-sense nutrition & a simple supplement regimen including vit D, iodine & trace minerals. She regularly makes referrals for chiropractic, craniosacral, allergy elimination & other modalities. Dr. Levatin treats adults and children.
Dr. Janet welcomes your calls & emails 440-239-3438 www.TenpennyIMC.com
From Exponential Medicine 2014 in San Diego, California.
This is an audio interview with Alan Greene, MD @DrGreene noted author, pediatrician and Chief Medical Officer of @Scanadu.
Produced for Health Innovation Media by Gregg Masters, MPH @2healthguru.
For keynote talk click here.
James Dickniete returns to further discuss Cri Du Chat Syndrome in his family, some of the organizations to contact and upcoming events.
http://www.criduchat.org/index.php/resources/organizations/ International Cri Du Chat Organization
https://www.facebook.com/groups/385907554759706/ 5P- Society/Cri Du Chat
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Child-Care-Fusion/259172294288279?ref=hl Child Care Fusion
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Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti
#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Dancing Dolls/Bring It! Stars: Sunjai & Selena and Alternative Rap Duo: Freaky Boiz
Sunjai Williams, also known as "Cool Flame," has been a dancer since the age of 5. Dancing is her passion, and she has been a part of the Dancing Dolls since 2012. Dancing runs in the family — she was inspired by her aunt at a young age, and her dad is one of her biggest fans.
Sunjai is an honors student who isn't afraid to speak her mind and act goofy. Just like her mom, Sunjai loves shopping, hanging out with friends, singing and, of course, dancing. She plans to go to college and become a pediatrician when she grows up because of her love for children.
Chicago natives Terrance ‘TtGotIt’ Wilson and Pierre ‘Prince Charming’ Phipps met and became best friends in high school, then went on to pursue degrees at Southern Illinois University. In 2010, after discovering a mutual love for hip-hop, they began posting videos of them free-styling over some of the hottest rap singles. “Girlz Be Gagging”, their interpretation of Nicki Minaj’s “Roman’s Revenge”, is a provocative, raunchy track filled with tales of sex and debauchery. While indie gay rap has been around for years, their music began to circulate over YouTube with over 2.1 million views. They have appeared on major radio stations such as The Breakfast Club (New York City) and WGCI (Chicago), magazine articles, and performed across the United States.
Welcome to today's episode of Soul Matters Radio, where Barbara Patterson talks to Ursula Shepherd about one of her passions.
Ursula has launched a project and entered a competition with Virgin Media Business to raise awareness for a vital topic in our world: Protecting our children.
Ursula's vision is to develop tools, training and resources to protect children and prevent abuse by:
increasing confidence, awareness and capability;
removing stigma and fear;
eradicating complacency and ignorance as well as teaching life skills.
We invite you to support this project by voting online using this link:
Also, Ursula would love you to get in touch with her for any ideas, suggestions, questions and additional support.
The network is growing fast, be a part of it!
Parenting expert Dr. Kathy Masarie is generous in heart and spirit. Her caring commitment to the well-being of families touches all facets of her life. In her pediatric practice in the late 1980s and 1990s, Dr. Kathy spent extra time getting to know each family.
From many professional experiences, she knew how lonely parents can feel in today’s culture. She saw parents, especially parents of teens, struggling in isolation with family-centered problems such as pregnancy, depression, risky drinking and drug use.
In 1996, she founded the non-profit organization Full Esteem Ahead and then Family Empowerment Network to “support parents to support kids and one another.” Through FEN and with colleague Ruthie Matinko-Wald, she offers parenting talks and classes as well as support materials in the way of parenting books and videos that can be used as curriculum for self-led discussion groups.
Since their publication, Raising Our Daughters, Raising Our Sons, and Face to Face: Cultivating Kids’ Social Lives in the Digital World Parenting Guides have provided parents, school professionals and other caring adults with powerful vehicles for learning, self-discovery, networking and connecting with kids and other adults.
Today, Kathy continues to spread the word about the power of parent networking through presentations, seminars and classes. She is also available for one-on-one parent, individual or family coaching.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Carla Birnberg and Roni Noone, Co-Authors of What You Can When You Can, share tips on fitting in fitness. Spotlight on Moms features Casey Philbrick of HuntingForRubies.com. Dr. Rick Goodman, team building expert and author of Living A Championship Life “A Game Plan For Success” shares tips on unplugging and reconnecting without technology interruptions. Pediatrician and mom, Dr. Dina Kulik, shares sleep training tips for your little ones. Ashley Spicer, leading choreographer, dance instructor and creator of FLYAROO Fitness for kids, shares why it’s important for children to use their imagination while exercising.
Born 10 weeks premature in 1952, Dr. Davin entered the world with a twin, both in profound respiratory distress. His parents were advised to find a funeral home and he and his twin brother were placed in 100% oxygen for 10 weeks. He was baptized "In Periculo Mortis," in danger of death, but, as he likes to say, he and his brother "fooled the bastards" and David went on to admire the pediatrician that frequently cared for him as a young boy, the only person worthy of admiration in the dark, blue collar, white ghetto in which he was raised, most notable for its alcoholism, bigotry, and domestic violence.
At around the age of ten he came upon a crowd of people three deep standing in the street around what he soon realized was the dying, bleeding victim of a multiple stabbing. People did nothing but wait for an ambulance as the man slowly died. Watching the life leave the man and spill onto the street with every beat of his heart, young Davin tried to work his way through the forest of grown up legs that repeatedly stopped the young boy who had taken off his belt to use as a tourniquet. The grown ups refused to let the child through, even though they just stood around helplessly. The man died before the ambulance arrived. David knew that if they would just get out of his way he could help the man live. Now, some fifty years later, he is still asking the endless crowd to get out of his way so he can do what he knows he must do.
Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. (co-host Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is on sabbatical until the end of April) as he discusses new vaccine restrictions in Australia and some differences in Australian and American law; why pediatrician Annie Sparrow backed out of a vaccine debate with Attorney Phillips at the last minute, and why it's likely that pro-vaccine advocates will *never* agree to debate anti-vaccine advocates; why the vaccine controversy is every bit as much a legal issue as it is a medical issue; what to do when your child is vaccinated against your wishes; why all states and the federal government offer medical exemptions, and what qualifies for a medical exemption; and more! Email Dr. Tenpenny at email@example.com and Attorney Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.