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Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune skin disease resulting in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere on the body. It usually starts with one or more small, round, smooth patches on the scalp and can progress to total scalp hair loss (alopecia totalis) or complete body hair loss (alopecia universalis).
Kaiya is a 13 year old advocate for Alopecia. Kaiya was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata in the 2nd grade but in the last
two years her doctor believes she has Alopecia Universalis b/c she doesn't have any hair on her arms or legs.Kaiya is a strong, warm,loving young lady that loves the Lord.
She along with others and her mother are on a mission to raise awareness for Alopecia in all people, especially African Americans. Listen, as she inspires us to be who God has called us to be.
Author Paulette Harper releases her new childrens book, "Princess Nevaeh"
Six year old Nevaeh wants to be something she already is. She will soon learn that her wish to be a princess takes a little more than just asking. Lessons on self-discovery are taught by her Mimi who makes her understand that being a princess takes work . http://pauletteharper.com/books/princess-nevaeh/index.htm
Sabrina discusses with Dr. Linda Amerson, "The Scalp doctor" about alopecia, reason why hair falls out and cures.
"I am a blessed entrepreneur, and the owner of LA's Hair & Scalp Clinic. I enjoy helping people who agonize with alopecia and scalp disorder conditions. Arlington, TX hairandscalpessentials.com.
Dr. Linda will also discuss her cruise 2015 for the cure of alopecia. There is hope for your hair do not give up. Hair lose is not as simple as we would like to believe. Stress, eating, enviorment and other factors play an role in our hair. Today there are more chemicals that are the market for hair and scalp. Howver, everyone should not use. Please click on the link to learn more about Dr. Amerson.
The ISTA Entertainment Spotlight radio show is hosted by two aspiring actors: Ashley V. Bagley & Kevin J. Stone. It airs every Thursday from 9-11pm. Call in to listen or speak with them at 347-945-6025. They talk about all things entertainment-wise from A-Z, such as current events, celebrity news, movies, interviews and more. They also give out casting calls for other aspiring actors. This week on the show, they will be shining the spotlight on singer/author/motivational speaker, Sandra Dubose. Tune in as they talk about her new book, "Crown and Glory: It's Not About the Hair", listen to her song, "I'm Beautiful" (available on iTunes) from her documentary, "Project Liberation; My Alopecia Experience" and find out what else she is working on. Like the fanpage for the show (Copy & Paste link into browser): www.facebook.com/ISTAEntertainmentSpotlight
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They say beauty is SKIN Deep...and a woman's hair like a Lion's Mane is her PRIDE. But what happens when genetics determines the fate of your hair. As you know historically, Society has been notorious for dictating WHO and WHAT is beautiful since the beginning of time. Alas, REIGN: An Alopecia Movement has risen to STAND UP and OUT to bring awareness to socio-emotional disparities experienced by women with Alopecia. Amanda Booth Colson and Rashida Mosby speak of their journey from times of devastation to liberation. HELLO WORLD!---They Are Coming Out!
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J. Taylor has been creating music since he was 13. He fell in love with music over the years of hearing Marvin Gaye and other old school artist as his grandmother cleaned their home while his mother was away at work. Music was his escape from the harsh reality of a child growing up with Alopecia.
Greatly influenced by fellow Illinois native, Kanye West, J. Taylor first leap into music was as a producer, until he was asked to feature on a song.
“As soon as I heard my voice from the speakers, I knew this was what I wanted to do forever,” he says.”I admit it took a while for me to get comfortable with my voice, but seeing how others reacted to my lyrics gave me a feeling that I would never forget.”
In all efforts to keep his image authentic, he chose to use his real name as his stage name; J for Julius and Taylor, which is his last name. His musical sound has been self defined as "Feel Music", which is the art of freely expressing oneself through song. Many artists place themselves in an invisible box by sticking to one style of music or a particular genre. J. Taylor is not afraid to express himself or share his experiences through other genre other than Rap. He doesn't settle for just creating club music or party songs, but he shares his feelings of love, lust, and his own struggles. Hip Hop is not just a form of expression to him, but it is his profession and religion.
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LeGrande Green interviews Laura Duksta, the NY Times best-selling author of "I Love You More." From unemployed bartender to the top of the publishing charts, Laura's journey began when a rare disease caused the tragic loss of her hair at age 11.
"I wore wigs to school everyday and lost myself along the way," she says.
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Join me on Tuesday June 10th from 7:30pm - 8:30pm EST. The topic will be Triumph From Adversity. Jujo Caraballo from Los Angeles will be delivering a touching Testimony of how he has overcome adversity from his childhood and Dr. Linda Amerson an educator, columnist, radio host and international lecturer will be speaking on Alopecia and scalp disorder conditions. We as children of the Most High can live happy and productive lives. So tune in and be prepared to be uplifted, motivated and set free by logging on to www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com or call 347-237-4648.
This evening we will be disscussing juicing as alternative for hair health. Juicing is an excellent way to jump start your natural hair regiment. Over the years of being a natural hair stylist, I have worked with clients with alopecia, chemical damage, and improper hair techniques. I have came to the conclusion that scalp and hair disorders are best combated with proper nutrition from within. Please listen to this episode and we will give some of our best juice recipes for healthy scalp and hair.
Sandra is the Liberation Life Queen! She refuses to allow you to operate in a place of low self esteem! After suffering a life changing event she had the tenacity to and courage to claim her own destiny. After being ashamed of her alopecia and wearing wigs for years...she decided to ditch the wigs and allow her beauty to show. Her natural beauty garnered her the crown of 2011's Mrs Black North Carolina! Tune in to hear her story and then apply her courage to your own life.
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Can't Lose Weight,no matter how hard you workout?
Always cold, tired, depressed and achy?
Maybe it's your thyroid?
On Monday, April 7, 2014 at 8pm, Shawn Bean and Dr. Jess Armine will take us on a tour of the thyroid, its function and how to spot disease...even if your lab work is normal!
This is a not-to-be-missed podcast a thyroid disease is rampant, poorly understood and underdiagnosed. Learn what causes it and the best treatments. Join us!!!