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Are you aware April is Autism Awareness Month?
National Seizure Disorders Foundation has chosen to honor Autism Awareness Month upon discovering 30%-50% of those living with Autism will experience seizures of one type or another.
Tonight National Seizure Disorders Foundation invites Ryan Comins and Misty Barton to share thier stoires of triumph with you. We will also be introducing a recently discovered book uncovering the autism-seizure connection.
Brew something delicious to drink, settle intp your favorite chair and join NSDF and our guest perspective on caregiving and advocacy in the area of Autism & Seizures
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Join us in celebration for 2015 National Autism Awareness Month! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.
Join MSKEEPITMOVING along with special guests living with or caring and loving someone who is Beautifully Autistic on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show at 8pm. Hear their journeys as they fight to put the puzzle pieces back together.
On Monday 3/30/2015, 6:30-7pm, we are going to discuss "What is Autism""and a very special Event, to raise Awareness as well as funds. "Freestyle for Autism." My special guest Anthony Ramos from ,Lucky 7 promotions ,will be live on air ,to talk about this great event. TDial in with any questions, comments, shout outs, @(646)478-5651....... Let's get this party started.
Join Candi and Randy as they honor Autism Awareness Month.
1 in 88 children are now diagnosed with some form of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
What exactly is this disorder and why is it so widespread?
Tune in to find out how Autism Spectrum Disorder has personally touched the hosts.
In order to highlight the growing need for concern and awareness about autism, the Autism Society has been celebrating National Autism Awareness Month since the 1970's
Kingdom Life Ministries International’s (KLMi) mission is to equip the Church. This is done through and by the Spirit of Truth. By allowing God’s Holy Spirit to lead the body, the Church will understand that by submitting to the kingdom of God we become partakers of his divine everlasting promises. We also know that Jesus Christ is our lord and savior and it is only through him that we can ever obtain abundant life. We have service for the Church live on Sundays at 12 noon EST called Sunday Morning Kingdom and bible study live on Thursdays at 6:30pm EST called Kingdom Awareness. You can join us right where you are by simply calling (310)982-4267 right from your phone or you can listen in by clicking the links provided at service times. For prayer, questions, speaking engagements, or any ministry purpose call (803) 940-8928. You are Blessed. Pastor Mark Fields
Laura Schwalm-Anthony is a modern-day Spiritualist who incorporates holistic and spiritual practices to balance and heal the body, mind, and spirit. Laura was named Laura the Voice of Truth by her clients, for her accuracy and authenticity. Laura is a psychic medium and certified Holistic Health coach, master healer, Conscious wellness Coach and Metaphysical speaker and educator in the art and alchemy of healing. She specializes soul readings and removing emotional imprints that cause energy blockages. She helps clients achieve optimum balance in all areas of their lives by bringing the body, mind, and spirit back into alignment.Laura is certified by The American Association of Drugless Practictioners in New York. She performs many different types of psychic readings and Spiritual Healing and Clearing rituals. To read more about Laura, her services, testimonials and upcoming events and showings go to- www.pureenergyhealer.com. Stay tuned for the Launch of St. Augustine Mystic and The Psychic Bus at the end of April 2016To get more information about classes and workshops In NYC & St Augustine Florida heetup.com/holistic-and-spiritual-transitions/ and meetup.com/holistic-and-spiritual-transitions-in-st-augustine.
Johnny Manziel was the first Freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and he was unstoppable in college. Some people questioned if he could take his athletic style to the NFL game. The Cleveland Browns believed he could and selected him with the 22nd pick, in the 2014 NFL Draft. Johnny Manziel lived up to the hype, off the field. Manziel headlined local and national media for his off the field antics more than his play on the field. After two seasons he only started eight games, which is the fewest of any quarterback the Browns have selected in the first round. As the offseason begins, it is only a matter of time before the Browns and Manziel part ways. The question looms, "Will any team take a chance on Manziel?"
The answer is probably not because Manziel is being investigated for domestic violence. He also entered rehab before the 2015 season to get his drinking under control. All reports pointed to a new and rejuvinated Manziel until he was pulled over during the season and admitted that he had been drinking. No charges were filed, but he openly admitted that he was drinking. Manziel has always lived life to the extreme, but it might be time that he finds a good offensive line in life to help protect him from himself.
The Sickle-Cell Anemia Research Foundation has raised the consciousness ofthe community, first by giving it the basic facts about the disease, and second by bringing to its attention the neglect of the disease in medical research. The community has learned through the foundation 's program that the people themselves can organize and find solutions to the problems that daily affect their survival. HUEY P. NEWTON The 63rd session of the UN General Assembly in December 2008 adopted a resolution on the “recognition of sickle-cell anaemia as a public health problem,” and urged Member States and UN organizations to raise awareness of SCD on June 19 of each year.21 Despite the fact that the UN has called for global efforts “to bring the disease out of the shadows,” relatively little attention has been given to assessing the burden of SCD and how to reduce it in Africa, where about 85% of children with SCD are born.22 In 2010, the WHO Regional Office for Africa proposed a SCD strategy in official recognition of the fact that this disease is an important cause of child mortality in many African countries.23 Enough is already known to justify investment in public health SCD programs, such as those already in place for other conditions (e.g., HIV or malaria), for promoting widespread screening, health education, and treatment to prevent or manage SCD complications.
Hello EVERYONE!!! I pray and hope everyone and your loved ones are doing well. Please tune in tonight at 7pm PCT / 10pm EST as we continue our 4th part in of our 5 part series called "Let's Live". Tonight, LIVE, we will discuss how to maintain your positive changes within you and allowing it to evolve into a BETTER YOU! This "maintenance" in our lives is absolutely NECESSARY. It allows us to keep our MIND,BODY, and SOUL centered and in peace within our daily lives. As everyone is preparing themselves for this Valentine's and President's Days, tonight's our 4th part series - Maintenance of the Mind, Body, and Soul is a perfect start to a nice extended weekend of holidays, love, rest, celebration, remembrance and even for some, solitude. As we reflect this Valentine's weekend on who was, is, or who you wish to be "your true love" in our lives, let's look at the love that we have for ourselves FIRST. I will discuss how you can MAINTAIN that healthy love, peace and happiness within yourselves before reflecting on others. No worries, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! We can do this... One Step at a Time...
Friday, February 12th 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
LIVE Ghost Box Session reaching out to Reeva Steenkamp, victim by the hands of her husband Oscar Pistorius.
Early on Valentine's Day morning, Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee Olympian who is arguably South Africa's biggest sporting star, shot through a bathroom door at his home in Pretoria and killed his girlfriend, 29-year-old model and law school graduate Reeva Steenkamp. Was it cold-blooded murder, as police claim, or did Pistorius think he was shooting at an intruder?
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was charged with murder after shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on 14 February 2013. In September 2014, after a six-month trial, he was found not guilty of murder but guilty of culpable homicide.
Tonight we'll be talking with writer, filmmaker and media professional Seven Williams. As part of our African American History Month recognition - we ask the question: Is it fair to compare struggles? Check out Seven Williams on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Sietewilliams
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