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  • 01:18

    Anesthesia & Your Genetics

    in Health

    Nurse anesthetist, Sym Cusimano Rankin, RN, CRNA witnessed an alarming increase in chronic and autoimmune diseases; and as a mother, she has seen her son's journey of recovery from autism. Autistic children often undergo medical and dental procedures requiring anesthesia. All anesthetic agents have relative risks and benefits. Special caution is warranted with agents that effect methylation and mitochondrial function.


    Get the tools for an informed conversation with your anesthesiologist about unique medical problems, so better decisions can be made about choice of agents. Also, we’ll discuss pre-op and post-op steps to help your child recover with the right detoxification support.


    We are often asked what safe anesthesia procedures are for children on the spectrum and/or with MTHFR....well....the quintessential expert is on board tonight people....join us!


    For her work on anesthesia and Autism Spectrum Disorder please click here: http://www.autism.com/pro_anesthesia

  • 01:00

    Woman in Medical Professions (Anesthesiology)

    in Education

    Our guest will be Ms. Toni Ford. Today we will discuss unique aspects of women in medical professions. It will be an enlightening discussion that will offer relevant medical tips and anesthesiology. Join us for a great discussion about your health.

  • 00:35

    In Short Order -- Jarred Younger, PhD

    in Health

    Dr. Younger received his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychophysiology in 2003 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He then completed postdoctoral fellowships at Arizona State University and the Stanford University School of Medicine before taking an Assistant Professor position at Stanford. In 2014, he joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham, with a primary appointment in the Department of Psychology and secondary appointments in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Rheumatology. Dr. Younger's goal is to end chronic pain and fatigue that is caused by inflammation in the brain. He is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, and several non-profit agencies to developing techniques for diagnosing and treatment neuroinflammation, pain and fatigue.

  • 02:05

    One Point of View with Richard Alan Miller

    in Spirituality

    Dr. Richard Alan Miller is a pioneer in the annals of metaphysical and paranormal exploration.  Miller began working in the "X-Files" world of Navy Intel (Seal Corp. and then MRU) in the late 60s. His public collaborations and research continue. 


    As an original black ops team-member, Miller's research in the field of paranormal began as a graduate physicist working 11 years with Navy Intel (Anesthesiology).   During this period numerous foundational papers, including "A Holographic Concept of Reality" and "Embryonic Holography" were written.  


    His past and current writings and presentations reveal a depth of knowledge and practical experience in three major fields; Alternative Agriculture, New Age Physics, and Metaphysics.  


    Miller now writes for Nexus magazine and is a preferred guest on internet radio.  He is re-emerging at a critical time in humanities evolution where metaphysics and practical survival converge.

  • 00:40

    Special Show with Author Carol Cassella hosted by Susan Wingate

    in Books

    Carol Cassella, M.D. is a practicing physician and national bestselling author of two novels, Oxygen (2008) and Healer (2010), published by Simon & Schuster and translated into multiple foreign languages. Both novels were Indie Next Picks and finalists for the Washington State Book Award in fiction. She has been Writer in Residence at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington, and the recipient of a writing residency at HedgebrookExternal Links icon retreat.


    Carol majored in English Literature at Duke University and attended Baylor College of Medicine. She is board certified in both internal medicine and anesthesiology, and practiced primary care with a focus on cross cultural and underserved populations before becoming an anesthesiologist. Prior to writing fiction she wrote for the Global Health division of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, covering their grant projects throughout the developing world. She is a Wall Street Journal Expert Panelist and Associate Editor of Mind to Mind, the literary section in Anesthesiology, the journal of the American Society of Anesthesiology. She is a founding member of Seattle7WritersExternal Links icon, a non-profit supporting literacy and reading in the Pacific Northwest, and also serves on medical boards working in NicaraguaExternal Links icon and BhutanExternal Links icon. Carol lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington with her husband and two sets of twins. Her third novel Gemini was released in March, 2014.


    This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.    http://authorsontheair.com. Follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.

  • 01:01

    Non-Cardiac Health Issues for Survivors with Complex Congenital Heart Defects

    in Health

    There are over one million adults alive with a congenital heart defect or CHD. Many surgeries performed on survivors are corrective but not curative. The non-cardiac health issues that seem to appear fairly regularly include, but are not limited to: problems with teeth, (i.e. an abscess, needing wisdom teeth removed or needing braces); scoliosis; problems with legs or feet requiring braces or surgery, pregnancy or female problems, male babies with undescended testicles or concern about circumcision, eye problems, protein-losing enteropathy, other intestinal problems, plastic bronchitis, asthma, strokes, seizures, migraines and allergies.


    These non-cardiac conditions are more worrisome for heart parents and CHD survivors since everything is more complicated when considering a body which has had open-heart surgery. Special considerations must be made for drugs taken and surgical complications endured. What kinds of non-cardiac health issues are common in the heart community and why?


     

  • 00:46

    MarsWithoutBorders Dr Matthieu Komorowski on Teleanesthesia & Analog Astronauts

    in Science

    Dr Matthieu Komorowski M.D. is an experienced anesthesiologist from France and recently an analog astronaut as the crew health and safety officer with Crew 133 at the Mars Desert Research Station, MDRS, in Utah USA. He is a member of MarsWithoutBorders, a team of qualified scientists and creative artists working to develop and test ideas and develop capabilities for future Mars exploration and colonization.


    Matthieu is a member of the International Space Surgery Consortium, ISSC, working in the area of space medicine specifically in pioneering remote telesurgery-teleanesthesia protocols and procedures for future long-duration space missions.


    www.MarsWithoutBorders.org


    www.InternationalSpaceSurgeryConsortium.org


    www.facebook.com/MarsWithoutBorder


    www.facebook.com/InternationalSpaceSurgeryConsortium


     

  • 02:03

    One Point of View with Dr Richard Alan Miller

    in Spirituality

    Dr. Richard Alan Miller is a pioneer in the annals of metaphysical and paranormal exploration.  Miller began working in the "X-Files" world of Navy Intel (Seal Corp. and then MRU) in the late 60s. His public collaborations and research continue. 


    As an original black ops team-member, Miller's research in the field of paranormal began as a graduate physicist working 11 years with Navy Intel (Anesthesiology).   During this period numerous foundational papers, including "A Holographic Concept of Reality" and "Embryonic Holography" were written.  


    His past and current writings and presentations reveal a depth of knowledge and practical experience in three major fields; Alternative Agriculture, New Age Physics, and Metaphysics.  


    Miller now writes for Nexus magazine and is a preferred guest on internet radio.  He is re-emerging at a critical time in humanities evolution where metaphysics and practical survival converge.

  • 01:24

    "Creating Optimal Health" with Dr. Wayne Andersen

    in Weight Loss

    Board-certified critical care physician and best-selling author Dr. Wayne Andersen helps people become intrinsically motivated to discover optimal health. “People use food and do other unhealthy things as a result of struggles they have inside their brain. Everybody knows they need to get healthier; they just don't know how to do it.” Dr. Andersen says we need to be well equipped to be able to go through our day making good choices. “We're making food choices throughout our day that are full of calories and not much nutrition. We should eat smaller meals, healthy food, and balanced protein and carbohydrates all day long. Having excellent support, a solid plan, and the right tools is vital to creating long-term health; diets by themselves are not going to do that.” Listen to this interview to learn how to create optimal health in your life and in the lives of those you love!


    Before and after the show, please post your questions for Jory and Dr. Andersen on Jory's Facebook Business Page.


    Dr. Wayne Scott Andersen is the co-founder and medical director of Take Shape For Life (TSFL). His groundbreaking books, Dr. A’s Habits of Health and Living a Longer Healthier Life, along with his latest New York Times Best Seller , Discover Your Optimal Health, are a core component of this highly successful program. Dr. A and his wife Lori,  the first Take Shape For Life health coaches, have tremendously influenced the 11,000+ TSFL health coaches in America today. An innovator and tireless champion of America’s health, Dr. A is dedicated to providing inspiration to those who want to make a difference in the fight against obesity. He is the former director of the Surgical Critical Care Program and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Grandview Hospital.


    You can find out more about Dr. Andersen at drwayneandersen.com

  • 01:59

    Dr.Rajiv Parti world leading specialist in pain management share NDE Experience

    in Music

    Dr.Rajiv Parti is a world leading specialist in pain management with over 30 years practicing clinical experience and 15 years as Chief of Anesthesiology at Bakersfield Heart Hospital in California, specializing in cardiac anesthesia. Dr. Parti went on to found the Pain Management Institute of California, and under his direction it has served thousands of patients for acute and chronic pain relief. In 2005, Dr. Parti personally encountered the first of a series of life threatening health challenges that led him to explore non-traditional, evidence-based complementary and alternative medicines. Following a near death experience (NDE) in 2010, Dr. Parti was given his life back specifically so that he could help others suffering from chronic pain, addiction and depression. The insights gained from his NDE have propelled him to start writing, coaching and offering seminars on spiritual wellness. Today, he applies an integrative approach for life balance and well-being, including meditation, Yoga, and color therapies into his medical practice. His books are available on Amazon.com

  • 00:30

    Are Natural Pain Relievers Right for You?

    in Health

    Approximately 100 million U.S. adults suffer from some kind of chronic pain condition; and it's a safe bet that you're one of them. Whether you've got an achey back or headache that just won't quit, sometimes poppin' pills is not what you had in mind. If you're someone who isn't keen on taking medication for every ache and pain, then it may be time to think about a more natural approach. In this episode, host Kathryn Zox will interview Practitioner of Integrative Pain Management, Dr. Carole Agin from Long Island, New York. We'll explore the ins and outs of integrative pain medicine including the role of acupuncture, topical treatments, and other natural remedies for pain relief.


    Host Kathryn Zox.


    About Dr. Carole Agin:


    Carole Agin, M.D. is Board certified in both Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology.  During her past twenty years in academic medicine, she was the Director of the Pain Management Fellowship programs at Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Stony Brook University School of Medicine. 


    Dr. Agin is NYS certified in Medical Acupuncture. For the past 14 years, Dr. Agin has been listed in the Castle Connolly's Guide to Top Doctors in the US, has been chosen by New York Magazine to be included in their annual list of “Top Doctors” in the New York metropolitan area and has also been repeatedly chosen by Newsday as a “Top Doctor”.  Dr. Agin is a frequent speaker locally, regionally, and nationally on all aspects of pain management and acupuncture and has authored journal articles, abstracts, and book chapters.