• 00:13

    Nurses' Role in Epilepsy Treatment

    in Health

    When someone is diagnosed with epilepsy, there are often a number of people who become involved in their healthcare team, one of whom may be an epilepsy nurse. An epilepsy nurse is often an essential part of the healthcare team and has different roles depending on the setting and the state he or she works in, as well as their specific qualifications.
    Michele Turner, a Nurse Practitioner and clinical nurse specialist at the Epilepsy Center at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute discusses the type of information that nurses can provide and offers insights on how patients can maximize the time they spend with a nurse and improve their appointments. While Michele specializes in epilepsy, not all doctor’s offices have epilepsy nurses, but they do have nurses who can be a resource to you.

    Michele Turner, NP
    Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Epilepsy Center
    At the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute

  • 02:41

    Helenor bye Murder On The Nhs

    in News

    Helenor bye Murder On The Nhs


    Dr. Rima Interviews the Byes:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Xl1YDjmm4Ak


    The Natural Solutions Foundation produced the above-linked exclusive one-hour interview with Derek and Joan Bye, whose daughter Helenor died a totally preventable, slow and agonizing death at age twelve. Helenor died in a National Health Service (government) hospital in Wales after being illegally enrolled in a drug trial without parental knowledge or consent.


    Helenor, an honoured student, was murdered by a combination of cover-up and lies in 1977. The cover-up of her murder and that of countless others like her, continues to this day. 


    What you are about to read is disturbing. What is even more disturbing is that the situation did not end with the horrifying manner in which Helenor died: the abuse she suffered both before and after her unnecessary death continues today against the most vulnerable of us: our children and our elderly. 


     

  • 01:04

    Below Da Surface Live at Hip Hop Happy Hour Showcase for Epilepsy

    in Radio

    Below Da Surface is at Platform designed for the independant artist to get their music heard. Tonite we are broadcasting live in Millsboro Delaware for the Hip Hop Happy Hour put on by Diamond State Empire and Shuey Marketing and Hosted by out Host SMACK! Stay tuned for Live interviews from those performing tonite and We bring back a track from A. Millz "The 1st One" Listen and call in and let us know if we should Trap It or Scrap It! Butter B will have his live mix from all the artist performing tonite for Epilepsy Per Dee will have his Stoned Report!

  • 00:30

    Treatment Options: Finding Your Way on the Path to Wellness

    in Family

    THIS IS A REPEAT OF AN EPISODE FEBRUARY 10, 2014


    Speakers


    Michael Devlin, MD, Associate Director of the Columbia Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry


    Deborah Glasofer, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Columbia Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology


    Description


    Are there treatments for eating disorders that work? Drs. Devlin and Glasofer will discuss treatment options for those with eating disorders, including CBT, medications and nutritional counseling. They will talk about the role of family and members of the community when offering support.


     


    Contact Information


    For more information on treatment and research opportunities for those with eating disorders, please visit our clinic website at www.columbiaeatingdisorders.org,  follow us on twitter @ColumbiaED, or call us at 646-774-8066.

  • 02:00

    INFANTS & INTELLECTUALS: The difficulty they have with intensive treatment

    in Self Help

    Show Topic:  Don't let the show title fool you.  You have to read between the lines.  Who are the infants? Who are the intellectuals?.......and why do they both have difficulty with treatment and the recovery process? What needs to happen for either group to succeed? We'll discuss who they are, how they manifest themselves within the treatment setting, and how we can modify them to improve their chances for a successful recovery process.


    Show Segments:  Happy Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time

  • 00:30

    PTSD and Eating Disorders: Treatment and Healing

    in Health

    Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is driven by two major needs: 1) to feel safe, 2) to be in control. While survivors seek ways to manage their experience of the world they often find that controlling themselves offers immediate sensations of relief. It's no surprise that eating -- an essential survival behavior -- can lead to distorted coping mechanisms in the PTSD lifestyle.


    PTSD has proven to be a main predictor in eating disorders. In fact, 66% of all eating disorder patients have trauma in their history. Today, in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness week Lauren Lohse (Navigator Program Manager) and Lauren Smolar (Helpline Manager) of National Eating Disorders Association join the show to discuss eating disorder symptoms, plus how to heal.


    Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.

  • 00:45

    Empathy for Animals: Satanists love them too!

    in Blogs

    Tune in for a follow-up to Animal Sacrifice  in religious practice.  Is it wrong? If so by what metric?  Melissa-Colton joins us to weigh in and present her thoughts and feelings about the subject. I will take a few minutes for live callers.  Keep questions brief to allow response time.  

  • 02:21

    Bob Darby, Advocate for the Homeless 2015 #3

    in Politics Progressive

    BOB DARBY, ADVOCATE FOR THE HOMELESS  - Thursdays, 3:00 p.m. EST ~ "Power Without Compassion" - Darby  has been an advocate for the homeless for more than twenty years.  Please call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293 for all broadcasts. He has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University. Darby also studied in psychology and theology in graduate school. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he co-founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs. Darby is a writer and public speaker. Darby covers subjects such as eugenics and the homeless. He also exposes how drug trafficking by U.S. officials contributes to homelessness, imprisonment and deaths of marginalized people. 


    Darby asserts drug additions that lead to homelessness were partly facilitated by the CIA, which began trafficking herion, crack and other drugs into America years ago, sometimes with the corpses of deceased American soldiers. He cites documented proof from books by respected journalists and government records. Bob also asserts that people with serious mental illness are deliberately rendered homeless in the United States of America and deprived of psychiatric and medical health care services.


    Voters should petition elected officials to improve treatment and subsistence assistance for mentally ill people and those with substance abuse issues. Please use this link to contact your elected officials:
    http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

    Your questions and comments are welcome.

  • 00:24

    Who’s Who? Putting Together Your Team for Eating Disorders Treatment

    in Health

    Speakers


    Evelyn Attia, MD, Director of the Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center/NewYork- Presbyterian Hospital, Professor of Psychiatry.


    Deborah Glasofer, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Columbia Center for Eating Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology


    Description:


    Treating the behavioral, psychological, and physical problems associated with eating disorders often requires a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. We will discuss the roles of various team members as well as leadership, care coordination, and effective communication.


    Contact Information


    For more information on treatment and research opportunities for those with eating disorders, please visit our clinic website at www.columbiaeatingdisorders.org,  follow us on twitter @ColumbiaED, or call us at 646-774-8066.

  • 01:05

    #180: Overcoming Candida with Christa Orecchio

    in Health

    Topics:
    1.  What’s new for you from Diane [1:05]
    2.  Introducing our guest, Christa Orecchio [2.58]
    3.  Christa’s introduction to Candida [4.16]
    4. What exactly is Candida [7:21]
    5. What are some other symptoms of Candida overgrowth? [9:50]
    6. What causes the Candida to overgrow? [11:43]
    7. Detection of a Candida overgrowth [13:24]
    8. What a Candida diet consists of [18:45]
    9. How to find a balance with the Candida diet, and die off symptoms [26:31]
    10. Treatment options through traditional medicine for Candida [34:16]
    11. How are setbacks handled on the Candida diet [38:26]
    12. What happens if I relapse after the 8 week Candida diet? [40:35]
    13. Efficacy of Diflucan and Candida [47:22]
    14. Candida cleanse as a preventative of cancer [49:46]
    15. Mercury amalgam fillings and Candida [52:59}
    16. Apple cider vinegar and Candida [55:55]
    17. Wrapping it up with Christa Orecchio [57:02]
    18. Liz’s Baby Making and Beyond tip of the week: pregnancy and your immune system [59:11]
     

  • 00:32

    Where to Turn? Treatment Settings and Levels of Care for Eating Disorders

    in Health

    Speakers:


    Evelyn Attia, MD,


    Deborah Glasofer, PhD


    Description:


    Understanding treatment options and how distinct they are from one another can be confusing for patients and families when looking for help.  Different types of treatment settings — commonly referred to as levels of care —will be discussed. 


    Contact Information


    For more information on treatment and research opportunities for those with eating disorders, please visit our clinic website at www.columbiaeatingdisorders.org,  follow us on twitter @ColumbiaED, or call us at 646-774-8066

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