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Join the show live... listen to the replay... get good cancer care info from the doctors and staff at Mercy Medical Center's Institute for Cancer Care...
Dr. Vadim Gushchin, Director of Gastrointestial Oncology, shares information with listeners about his areas of Interest: Robotic Surgery, HIPEC treatment, isolated limb infusion (ILI) for melanoma treatment, abdominal cancer and colorectal cancer. It is exciting to learn he will be going to Europe to share and gain info as well as hosting a Mid-Atlantic consortium of doctors who will share their knowledge and expertise to benefit all patients
Something you may have never heard about is that certain chemicals in our food supply and our environment, such as pesticides, herbicides, and certain petrochemicals from air and water pollution, household cleaners, plastics, cosmetics, etc can react with your hormones and make your body store excess abdominal fat. These harmful chemicals are known as xenoestrogens. Excess exposure to these can cause hormone balance disruptions for both men and women. Tune in Wednesday May-20 at 7:Pm for the Rest of the Story.
Offering engaging, honest and thought-provoking stories that give readers a backstage look into the early lives of Jon and Tim Foreman of the multi-platinum, GRAMMY Award-winning band Switchfoot, parents Mark and Jan Foreman focus on challenging readers to rethink how they live out the primary purpose of parenting in Never Say No: Raising Big Picture Kids. This engaging book takes an inside look at an ordinary family that raised two sons who rock the world—literally!
Jan and Mark Foreman live in the San Diego area, where Mark is lead pastor of the 4,000 member North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, CA. Jan is a gifted teacher and artist, and also facilitates partnerships with underprivileged women and children both locally and in developing countries.
Each year millions of women visit their doctors after suffering from pelvic and abdominal pain and many may be told they need to have a hysterectomy. But new research suggests that as many as 1 in 5 women may not even need the surgery. As we kick off the first-ever Hysterectomy Awareness Month in May, gynecologist and women’s health educator Dr. Lori Warren sheds light on this research and alternatives.
Joining us to discuss a new campaign aimed at helping heart patients is cardiologist Dr. Cavendish and patient, Donnette Smith from Mended Hearts organization.
Cookbook author John McLemore is taking his grilling recipes to yet another level in his third cookbook, "Dadgum That's Good!'...And Healthy!" In this book, he remakes his old dishes in a new, lighter way, without sacrificing the bold and robust flavors and now wants to share his recipe secrets with you!
We'll also announce our final giveaway winners from our anniversary special!
Could this be the recipe for deflating the muffin top? A recent study compared three groups—those who ate a reduced-carbohydrate diet, those who combined the diet with strength training and those who combined the diet and strength-training with cardio workouts—and found that a three-tier approach was the most effective strategy to decrease abdominal fat. It's important to note that the exercises you choose and the effort you put into them really matter, says Marta Montenegro, a certified strength and conditioning coach who teaches exercise physiology at Florida International University. Instead of ho-hum treadmill-trotting and sit-ups, she recommends high-intensity workouts, which have been shown to be more effective at reducing the belly fat you can pinch with your hand, as well as the visceral fat that pads internal organs (which has been linked to metabolic disturbances and increased risk for cardiovascular disease and type-2 diabetes).
Montenegro put together this hard-core high-intensity workout based on the latest research, her work with clients and her own experience (that's her in the photos; those abs don't lie).
Chronic pelvic pain, painful sex and heavy bleeding may send some women to the doctor fearing the worst – the need for removal of their reproductive organs. But while physicians perform hysterectomies on more than 500,000 women in America each year, new research shows that one in five of those women may not even need the surgery.
Top hysterectomy surgeon and medical advisor Dr. Lori Warren is answering questions for women who need help now!
Each year millions of women visit their doctors after suffering from pelvic and abdominal pain and many may be told they need to have a hysterectomy. For young women who want to have children, having a hysterectomy is a devastating blow. Even women over 40 have lots of questions about how it will affect their health. But new research suggests that as many as 1 in 5 women may not even need the surgery.
1. Dr. Warren, why bring attention to this now and dedicate the month of May to awareness?
2. The research shows some pretty shocking statistics. Why are so many women having hysterectomies that don’t need them?
3. Why is this surgery so often seen as a “go to solution” by Ob-Gyn doctors?
4. In this day in age, why do younger women avoid talking about the symptoms they’re facing, even with their own doctors?
5. If so many women don’t need to have the surgery, who really needs it and who doesn’t?
Visit www.hysterectomy.org for more information.
Join us as we talk about Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and meet families affected by this devastating birth defect on Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Action Day, April 19th!
Host - Dawn Williamson, President of CHERUBS
12:00 - 12:15 pm - Nicki Young (mother of survivor Anderson, calling from Arizona)
12:15 - 12:30 pm - Sara Ysasi (mother of survivor Aubrey Mae, calling from Texas)
12:30 - 12:45 pm - James and Christie Korneygay (parents of cherub due, Evelyn from NC)
12:45 - 1:00 pm - Jessica Jackman (mother of non-survivor, Quinn, calling from BC, Canada)
1:00 - 1:15 pm - Amber Winthers (mother of non-survivor Amelia, calling from SD)
1:15 - 1:30 pm - Ericka Atkins (mother of survivor, Bryson, calling from Georgia)
1:30 - 1:45 pm - Todd Mears (father of non-survivor, Paislee, calling in from Alaska)
1:45 - 2:00 pm - Paul Woodward (father of survivor London, calling from California)
2:00 - 2:15 pm - Hope Clyde (mother of survivor Tyler, calling from Utah)
2:15 - 2:30 pm - Janice Crawford (mother of survivor Angel, calling from NC)
2:30 - 2:45 pm - Kevin Todd (from Merchant Match)
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) occurs when the diaphragm fails to form or to close totally and an opening allows abdominal organs into the chest cavity. This inhibits lung growth.
CDH occurs in approximately 1 in every 2,500 births (1,600 cases in the U.S. each year). The diaphragm is formed in the first trimester of pregnancy and controls the lungs' ability to inhale and exhale. The cause of CDH is not yet known.
CHERUBS - The Association of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research, Awareness, and Support
Founded in 1995, we are an international charity, helping over 5000 families in 60 countries.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for Healthy Cooking & Living.
Up first at 6 is Healthy Cooking With Chef Oliver. Tune in as Chef Oliver prepares another budget friendly delicious meal. What's on the menu you ask? Fish cakes with spinach and remoulade sauce. At 6:15, be on the lookout for the slide show with Chef Oliver giving step by step instructions on how to make this simple meal.
At 7 Dr Julissa is back to share valuable information with us on how to Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle Holistically.
At 8, Host Kristy McCarley of For The Health Of It shares Health, Wellness & Nutritional tips that helps to edify the body, mind and spirit. At 8:15, tune in as Kristy welcomes DaShaun "The Guru of Abs" Johnson in to the studio to share tips on how to Get & Stay Healthy, also on how to Tighten those abdominal muscles and achieve the look that you will be satisfied with.
Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
The attempt to spot-reduce body fat. It should be dead and buried, but it lives on. It’s a pursuit that just doesn’t go away. Consumer ignorance, keen marketing, and blind faith keep it alive, but past research shows it’s impossible.
It’s time to add one more nail to the coffin.
For those of you who are not familiar, spot reduction means the attempt to remove subcutaneous body fat stores from specific areas of the body by performing exercises that target those areas. In example, a person who has an inordinate amount of fat stored on their sides above the hips ("love handles") may use a side-bend or an abdominal side-to-side twisting exercise in the attempt to torch those fat cells. By now we should know the reality of this endeavor. Performing those exercises may strengthen the muscular responsible for those movements, but they have negligible impact on reducing the amount of fat stored there, all other factors being equal.
Tonight we have a very special guest, Rabbi Yehuda Glick!
Rabbi Yehuda Joshua Glick is an American-born Israeli rabbi and Torah Scholar, Recently he was shot during an assignation attempt by Hamas and survived 4 bullets in the chest and abdominal cavity. He is a civil rights activist who campaigns for expanding access to World Jewry to our temple mount area, which is currently under control of Jordan. Glick is the leader of the group Haliba, a coalition of groups dedicated to “reaching complete and comprehensive freedom and civil rights for Jews and Gentiles on the Temple Mount.
Yehuda Glick was born on 20 November 1965 in the USA to American parents, Brenda his mother and his father Shimon Glick; the family made Aliyah to Eretz Israel when he was a child. Glick is chairman of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, and previously worked as the executive director of The Temple Institute, a group that supports the building of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount. Glick advocates opening the Temple Mount on an equal footing to prayer by Muslims, Jews, Christians and others. He has been called "a symbol of the struggle for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount. And has been described as representing the recent shift in the demand for Jewish prayer to be permitted on the Temple Mount on an equal footing. Left Wing Liberal journalist of Haaetz Nir Hasson credits Glick as having put the Israeli left on the defensive by "uncover(ing) the absurdity created at the Temple Mount" by a status quo that, by permitting Muslim prayer while prohibiting Jewish prayer, "discriminates against people because of their religion."
Want the secret to well-developed abdominal muscles? Or, do you want killer abs? If you answered yes to either question, join the Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show team for this episode. If you've seen pictures of our fitness gurus Ken Wiliams (Body by Ken) and Tiffany Santana (Metropolitan Bootcamp for Women), you know they both know how to get and maintain killer abs.
Tune in on Monday, February 16, at 10 am for this episode of Monday Madness on the Stovall and Hoggard Communications Network on blogtallk radio. Our fitness team will offer strategies and tips on how to get your abs flat, tight and just right. Post your questions on our Facebook fan page, the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network Facebook fan page or on the network's blog on WordPress at www.scnradioblog.com.
Laurie Keefer, PhD is a health psychologist and Associate Professor of Medicine in Gastroenterology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. She directs the Center for Psychosocial Research, Practice and Training in GI Disorders, which has sustained National Institute of Health funding in the area of psychological interventions for digestive diseases since 2008 and hosts a fully integrated behavioral and nutrition service. Her Center has one of the few fully-integrated GI psychology program in the world and is involved in training a range of specialists in how to behaviorally manage patients with digestive health issues. Dr. Keefer will discuss the role of GI disorders when treating chronic pelvic pain.
LADIES NIGHT WITH SYMPTOMETRY - HEALING ENDOMETRIOSIS (en-doh-mee-tree-OH-suhs) & DYSPAREUNIA (dis-puh-ROO-ne-uh) Have you ever heard of them? Well they're VERY real to about 5 million American women especially in their 30s and 40s and tonight, Dr Maxwell Nartey Dhm DSym is going to be breaking down WHAT CAUSES THEM & HOW TO CURE THEM . . . . BOTH!!!
Endometriosis - happens when the lining of the uterus (womb) grows outside of the uterus, harder to get pregnant and affects
Dyspareunia - painful sexual intercourse due to medical or psychological causes.
Some women are very embarresed to discuss this subject with their partner ans normally just plays it off as abdominal pain. Listen in tonight @ 8 pm EST to get some REAL answers.
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