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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Jorge G. Burneo, MD, MSPH, Associate Professor of Neurology, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics, and Director of the EEG Laboratory and Co-Director, Epilepsy Programme at the University of Western Ontario's London Health Sciences Centre. They will be discussing an algorithm for the diagnosis of nonlesional epilepsy.
Often when Parkinson's diagnosed client were referred to our research clinic - The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology - we found that often the diagnosis was simply a catch-all for a group of symptoms that could include a managery of symptoms.
Sound Health has created a software - Parkinson's Commons - that may help separate Parkinson's from ALS, ALS from Lymes, Lymes from Tetanus, Tetanus from Stiff Person's Syndrome... and what does Methylation Mapping have to do with any of this.
Join us as we demonstrate Parkinson's Commons for those who may be experiencing Parkinson's like symptoms and would like to know if their issues could have a different root cause.
A1-hour discussion of the role both clinical aCGH and exome sequencing play in the optimization of genetic diagnosis. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss the unique roles of microarray and diagnostic exome sequencing in the clinical diagnostic process, while also examining benefits, limitations, and detection rates of these tests.
Today(Monday) on Blue Star Radio we will be interviewing Sarah Ocean.
Sarah is a spirited visionary leader. In writing, speaking and living out her integrity, her vision is through self-exploration, spirituality and a playful take on one’s self.
As a youngster Sarah was shy, empathic and wildly imaginative and introspective. Growing up with a struggling single-mother and alcoholic step father, a tyrannical environment of abuse was a regular existence. Over time, her passions became dulled by her constant state of fear and dis – ease. Her dreams became clouded, and her reality consisted of strategic survival and adaptation.
In her adolescent years, she suffered with chronic feelings of helplessness, apathy and a heavy heart. She was diagnosed with Depression, Anxiety Disorder, and ‘obsessive compulsive thinking’.
Today, Sarah has alchemized her life into a powerful means to help others. She’s experienced as a Clinical Counselor, Public Educator and Group Facilitator. Personally recognizing the significance of spirituality, human consciousness and alternative healing. Sarah is currently underway with her debut book ‘The Living Book‘ set to be published Fall 2015.
She does talks on The Secret to Radical Self Acceptance, Spirituality Made Easy for the Person Who Has ‘No Time’ and Play and Mindfulness in Self Care: Easy Living for the Helping Professional.
Tune in Monday to experience the mind of the wise and quirky Sarah!
Check out Sarah's website: www.themindofsarah.com or email email@example.com
A diagnosis of cancer is devastating on so many different levels. Often patients are so overwhelmed that the last thing they think about is getting on with their life once treatment is past. This would include taking action now to preserve their option to have children after cancer. Host Dawn Davenport talks with Dr. Michelle Ottey, Laboratory Director for Fairfax Cryobank, who works with male cancer patients; Dr. Stephen Lincoln, Medical Director of the Fertility Preservation Center for Cancer Patients at the Genetics and IVF Institute; and Lauren Haring, Director and Co-Founder of the Fertility Preservation Center for Cancer Patients at GIVF.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
More Creating a Family resources on preserving fertility can be found here.
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Welcome to Dance with Mental Health with Meg Dog, bipolar peer specialist and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Mental Health is a talk show that advocates for positive mental health and wellness. When you "dance with your mental health condition" you are taking the right steps to move towards emotional healing by allowing self-acceptance at every turn. In each episode a few stories are shared regarding a person’s real life story struggling with a mental health condition. Their stories are truly inspiring and will touch your heart, open your mind and give you a deeper understanding and appreciation for the challenges that an individual faces as they journey towards wellness. Doc and Meg Dog will utilize these amazing stories to provide refreshing solutions, incorporating mindfulness, and encouragement. Please feel free to call us or listen as we join together and give a message of hope and support for our mental health community.
Pod Cast 130 - January 24 2015 - State of the Disunion and the Diagnosis of Extremist
A quick review of the Obama’s State of the Union launches a discussion of lies and deception in government and the media. The false dichotomy in politics and religions hide the real dichotomy between the slaves and the slave masters. Extremists are to become the new terrorists and these outliers will be scripted to pose the biggest threat to humanity (they really mean the control system). The rulers will try to wipe out this threat by the shutting down of various information channels, trying to stop whistleblowers by punishing journalists and by declaring Extremists (those outside of the Hive mind) as criminally insane. Psychology and pharmaceuticals are already playing a major role in attempting to shut down the expansion of consciousness and this will become more of a factor if certain restrictive legislation becomes enacted in various locations throughout the western world.
The World Beyond Belief is hosted by Paul Marko, Ph.D., author of Belief Magic, available from amazon.com or http://pineconeutopia.yolasite.com, home of Un-University where you will find the work of various researchers, artilces and videos by pineconeutopia. Please visit and subscribe to our YouTube channel, pineconeutopia.
When a person is diagnosed with cancer, they need more than just information. They need to know what questions to ask; what options they have and what choices they face. They need to know how to be heard and how to find those that will listen. When my dad was diagnosed with cancer, it took hundreds of hours to find the detailed information he needed to understand his diagnosis and make decisions about treatment - and his time was running out. We spent too much time looking and not enough time living and not having any peace. Time was wasted. Join Mark as he provides you with essential information you NEED to know after diagnosis
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Welcome to Dance with Bipolar with Meg Dog and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Bipolar disorder is a talk-radio show that views bipolar from a positive perspective. Meg Dog and I believe that you don’t have to fight your diagnosis. Our motto is “Dance with it, go with the flow and embrace it.” As a dance instructor would tell you: “Hold your chin up, head up and stand tall.” Never feel ashamed of your diagnosis. We have people from all over the county call in with questions that relate to bipolar disorder and you will learn love yourself, accept yourself and be yourself. Tonight we are going to talk about what to do between medication changes when anxiety arises. Learn methods to manage anxiety and how mindfulness techniques can calm the storm. If you have a family member who won't stop interrogating you about your disorder then you must listen to this episode. Doc says: Never get into the car with type of individual!"
“In 2001, I was told that I [had] Melanoma, the deadliest of the skin cancers, followed by Clinical Depression and Anxiety. Thus began my journey to discover the most effective, natural and least invasive approaches to optimal health, while ameliorating and reversing chronic conditions at the root. This experience has enabled me to help my patients reverse conditions, eliminate chronic symptoms and enjoy fuller lives.”
Join us as we speak with Dr. Louis Vastola who studied Alternative and Complimentary Medicine and Healing and Spirituality at Harvard Medical School and Anti-Aging Medicine with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, Functional Medicine, and other Integrative Approaches, and is the director of the Seven Pillars of Wellness alternative healthcare center in Manhattan, as he shares his own inspiring story and lays out the little known laws to optimal wellness and eternal joy.
Special guest Jose Grullon of Purified Solutions who will explain why a whole-house water filter is not a luxury.
Meet Dr. Vastola, and other top integrative NYC based physicians at the March 29, 2015 NAVEL expo
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin will be Dr. Michelle Macrorie, PsyD, CEO and Founder, Autism From The Start
Dr. Maccrorie attended the APA-accredited School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute in Springfield, MO where she graduated summa cum laude with both her masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in Neuropsychology. After completing her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship with the Pediatric Psychology Service at Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont, she served as the in-house psychologist for a large pediatric practice in Thomasville, Georgia for eight years.
In 2008, Dr. Michelle returned to her hometown of Kansas City with her husband and two children, developing a practice that focuses exclusively on serving children and families impacted by autism spectrum disorders.
Autism From The Start takes a comprehensive look at “the whole child” while also attending to the “whole family.” By creating enjoyable, useful experiences, both parents and children are empowered with skills to grow in meaningful ways. It also makes a diagnosis easier by offering a multidisciplinary team of experts so that parents don't have to scramble to assemble a team on their own.