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Guest: Dr. Ronald E. Hall, Founder of the Color Clinic, co-author of The Color Complex and author of "The Bleaching Syndrome Among People of Color"
Topics: Skin Bleaching and the Bleaching Syndrome in America and Abroad
Talking about Colorism Out in the Open
Have you ever wondered what Eisenmenger's Syndrome is? Who gets it? What are the symptoms? How does it affect a person's body from childhood to adulthood? What changes occur with the aging survivor?
Carolyn Robinson, a long-time Eisenmenger Syndrome Survivor will answer these questions and more as she details her life story of being diagnosed with this condition and surviving long enough to become a grandmother! Carolyn is a published author. She wrote an essay entitled "Leading the Troops" for The Heart of a Mother, which was an anthology of stories by women affected by congenital heart defects. Carolyn's essay was in the Mothers with Congenital Heart Defects chapter and detailed her efforts to become a mother.
Down syndrome is the most common genetic disorder which occurs in 1 out of every 691 babies born in the United States. Dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET Wednesday, October 22nd as we explore the root cause of Down Syndrome and provide solutions for families affected by it and other learning challenges.
Root Cause Radio contributes to Down Syndrome Awareness Month with this solution filled podcast. Tonight's health panel includes:
Therapeutic scientist Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym of Symptometry of North Carolina, LLC & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMPTOMETRY
Special needs teacher & advocate Brandi Blaylock of North Carolina
Pharmacist and Symptometry health coach Dr. Chekesha Patrick of Georgia
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Join us in our chat with Sarah Lotfi, the writer and director of the live action short film, Menschen. Menschen packs a lot of humanity into 30 minutes with the tag “Life Worthy of Life.” We, too, will try to pack a lot into 30 minutes as we hear more about Lotfi’s siblings, each with Down syndrome, her leading co-star Connor Long, and the many human stories and connections she’s experienced from the making of this impactful film.
You can see more about Menschen on their website and Facebook. And Connor Long on Facebook.
With Featured Guest: Shandra Lumsden-Umazar, Proud parent of a college graduate with Down Syndrome
"It's hard to get motivated when you can't see the light at the end of the tunnel. That was how I felt when my daughter was born 30+ years ago. . Yes, I focused on things that she could do, but I also mixed them up with all the things that she couldn't do at that moment and all the things she wouldn't be able to do in the future such as having friends, dating and going to the prom, graduating and going to college."
Join us as Shandra shares parts of her journey, and principles of successfully parenting a child with "differ-abilities" in the areas of social skills, family integration, and education.
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October is National Rett Syndrome Awareness month. Rett Syndrome (RS) is a genetic neurological disorder. After a period of early normal development a regression leads to severe multiple handicaps. Rett Syndrome appears to be a classic example of a disorder of chromatin, the highly condensed form in which DNA is stored within the cell. Treatments vary from daily medications to physical therapy. Many focus on assisting the patient in having the best quality of life, but there is no known cure to help reverse the genetic damage.
Meet Alicia Bryant, a native of Kinston North Carolina. She is graduate of Fayetteville State University and holds a BA in Political Science. She continued her education at Lenoir Community College to obtain her Cosmetology License, shortly after opening her own Salon.
She and her husband have a beautiful 8 year old daughter, Jailynn Amani. When Jailynn was 2 she was diagnosed with a condition called Rett Syndrome. Alicia and her husband had no idea what this condition was, however in the process of becoming educated and learning more about the condition, they started a foundation in hopes of raising awareness in the community about the condition. Thanks to all the love and support from her family, Jailynn has beat all odds.
"We thank God for his grace and mercy." ~ Alicia Bryant
Listen to The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show on Monday 10/13/2014 @8pm to learn about Rett Syndrome and its affects. Hear Alicia's testimony of unconditional love and caring for her daughter Jailynn.
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This episode Dr. Jennifer Zeglan ND of Wellpower Naturopathic talks about Metabolic syndrome and how it may be keeping you from losing weight and having the body you want. For more information on Dr. Zeglan or her Naturopathic practice visit http://www.drzeglen.com
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Irlen Syndrome (also referred to at times as Meares-Irlen Syndrome, Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome, and Visual Stress) is a problem with the brain’s ability to process visual information. This problem tends to run in families and is not currently identified by other standardized educational or medical tests. This largely unknown and undiagnosed disorder affects approximately 15% of the general population, 50% of individuals with reading and learning difficulties, 30% of individuals with ADHD and autism, and a significant portion of individuals with brain injury, chronic headaches, and migraines. SIgns of Irlen Syndrome include light sensitivity (bright lights, sunlight, fluorescent lights); headaches or migraines; difficulty or discomfort when reading or doing other visually intensive activities; eye strain; or the print or environment looks different than it should.
Helen Irlen, MA, BCPC, LMFT is a pioneer and global leader in the area of visual processing problems and internationally recognized educator, researcher, and scholar. Ms. Irlen has been in the field of education for over 40 years. Her background includes School Psychologist, Licensed Child and Family Therapist, Educational Therapist, Board Certified Professional Counselor, founder and Director of the Adult Learning Disabilities Program at California State University/Long Beach. She is founder and Executive Director of the Irlen Institute, which has over 174 affiliated Irlen Centers worldwide, and over 7,000 educators have been trained to become certified Irlen screeners. Her method for treating visual processing deficits is used in 54 countries. She is the author of Reading By The Colors and The Irlen Revolution: A Guide to Changing Your Perception and Your Life; How a Simple Method Can Change the Lives of Children and Adults with LD, AD/HD, TBI, Dyslexia, Autism, Headaches, Medical Conditions, and Much More.
Do you have a loved one in your life with Down Syndrome? Did you know October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month?
Join author, blogger, writer and Writestream founder Dariaanne for Writestream Tuesday on October 14 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she'll discuss Down Syndrome Awareness and a very special family member named Ralph. She'll talk about her article A Little Down Syndrome, along with some sobering statistics regarding Down Syndrome and abortion. During the live show, she welcomes callers to contact her at (347) 945-7246 to share their stories of family members and friends with Down Syndrome who have enriched their lives.
In the second half of the broadcast, stay tuned for some public service satire with the Right Wing Riot featuring the Luminaries of Liberty - Scary Smart, Ms. Always Right, and The Prince of Whitebread.
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