• 00:29

    FDA Regulation of Mobile Apps

    in Health

    Nathan Cortez, JD co-wrote an article on FDA regulation of mobile apps published in the July 24, 2014 issue of NEJM. Luckily, we snagged an opportunity to interview him - you can listen here.


    We covered a wide variety of topics including:



    Why regulate mHealth anyway?
    The new FDA guidance — what needs to be regulated and what does not?
    How does the FDA handle at continual updates of mobile health products – so different from the pharmaceuticals that they regulate?  How do they decide whether an update constitutes a major change, requiring re-review and one that is minor and does not?
    What is “substantially equivalence” and how is it being used in mHealth
    How does the FDA handle mHealth products that provide consumer decision support (CDS)?  What is the difference between low risk and high risk CDS?
    Does the FDA have the right people/processes in place to provide oversight of mHealth?


    Professor Cortez teaches and writes in the areas of health law, administrative law, and FDA law.  His research focuses on emerging markets in health care and biotechnology. Prof. Cortez has become one of the world’s leading legal scholars on medical tourism, patient mobility, and cross-border health insurance, and has published several articles and book chapters on the legal and ethical implications of these phenomena. His research also addresses mobile health technologies, how to regulate innovations that disrupt static regulatory regimes, the First Amendment restraints on FDA regulation (including FDA's graphic tobacco warnings), immigration federalism, and alternative modes of regulation.

  • 00:45

    The EPA Power Grab

    in Politics Conservative

    Unelected bureaucrats in the EPA are pushing policy and regulations - all outside the scope of their power. Their job is to enforce laws on the book, not create new ones. 


    The new regulations coming out of the EPA threaten small businesses on every level - whether its the coal industry or a peach farmer in Georgia.


    Darryn Iwicki, State Director of Americans for Prosperity joins us to discuss the power grab going on at the Environmental Protection Agency and it's impact on businesses and taxpayers. 

  • 00:59

    DSMALive 'Rents: diaTribe to Host DOC Meeting with FDA

    in Health

    Kelly and Adam of diaTribe talk with 'Rents about the online DOC conversation hosted by FDA that they will moderate November 3. 


    Kelly L. Close is the president of Close Concerns, Inc., a healthcare information firm focused on diabetes and obesity, and is the editor in chief of diaTribe, a free monthly online newsletter focused on new research and products for people with diabetes (diaTribe.org). A longtime diabetes advocate, Kelly is on the board of directors of the Diabetes Hands Foundation and the Behavioral Diabetes Institute.


    Adam heads technology coverage for Close Concerns. He graduated summa cum laude from the Wharton School at Penn. in 2011where he was a Joseph Wharton and Ben Franklin Scholar.


    Kelly, Adam and colleagues write about 3 million words on diabetes each year.

  • 01:00

    EPA: Most Feared Agency in US History

    in Environment

    President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc. (EPI), author Dr. Michael S. Coffman played a key role in halting U.S. Senate ratification of the Biodiversity Treaty. Now with ever-increasing control over energy production, he reports, the EPA intends to garnish wages of any citizen found violating its regulations. With jurisdiction extended to virtually every mud puddle in America, the EPA arguably is the most feared agency in the history of our nation. In wrapping nooses around necks of all Americans, it is far worse than even the IRS. Why? Because the EPA is driven by ideology, not science.  

  • 01:09

    FDA Approves Multiple Drugs For Testing, 5 Survive In Place Myths That Can Kill

    in Lifestyle

    Todayas episode deals with FDA approval of multiple drigs to deal with Ebola.  The 5 Survive in Place Myths that can get you killed or jailed by Modern Combat and Survival by Jeff Anderson,  10 condiments to help with your survival cache by Survival Mom.  The last region in Sierra Leone hit hard by Ebola.  What Martial Law might look like, 

  • 00:30

    Finding Hope

    in Health

    Mike and Joyce speak with Dana Dornsife, President and Founder of an organization called Lazarex that helps people identify and participate in clinical trials that may be appropriate for their condition.


    Dana first became involved in cancer patient advocacy when her brother-in-law, Mike Miller, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2003. Mike had three children, the youngest of whom was only four years old.


    Dana and her family searched for options for Mike that would buy the family some time and found a clinical trial treatment. Mike was treated successfully and lived long enough for his youngest daughter to have real memories of him.


    Since then, Dana has fought tirelessly for improved options for cancer patients who have been told there is no hope left.


    Lazarex Cancer Foundation was formed in 2006 to build a bridge to hope, dignity and life for cancer patients and their families. It provides financial assistance to defray the costs associated with patient participation in FDA clinical trials. Additionally, it helps patients navigate their clinical trial options and provide community education and outreach services.


        - helps patients of all ages and walks of life, with all forms of cancer.
        - helps patients take advantage of medical breakthroughs today, because they may not have a tomorrow.
        - believes that the size of a patient's checkbook should not stand between them and the choices they make or the treatments they need.
        - provides resources to fill the gap that exists between when a patient is told there is no more hope and when they are truly done with their journey in life.


    For more information, see <a href="http://www.lazarex.org">http://www.lazarex.org</a>

  • Did racism cause slavery, or did slavery cause racism? -Medical Slavery -

    in Current Events

    The Western cultural construct of human rights provides inherent and inalienable rights to all, regardless of culture and tradition . I came to this conclusion because of the fact medical assault exists. How does suppression tie everything together in the states ? Good question . I have some thoughts on the matter - I want to hear yours. Discussion of the #CDCwhistleblower will happen .  Why does he (Dr. WIlliam Thompson ) matter so much in our culteral paradigm so much now ? Let us discuss - call in 646 716 7259 . All calls taken - All voices hold value .

  • 02:01

    State Sovereignty: Bob Parker

    in Politics Conservative

    It's not about Right and Left. It's about Right and Wrong!


    If you live in Missouri, your US Representative just betrayed you and this State. Now, your Senator is about to do the same thing!


    "I voted to Repeal Obamacare xyz number of times.", you heard during the campaign. Bullcrap on all of them! Yesterday, in lockstep, they all voted in support of Obamacare, amnesty, the EPA, Common Core, and every other anti-liberty program coveted by Obama and the liberals.


    Tonight, we talk with Bob Parker about this. We can't fix Washington, but as a people, we can certainly make sure that Missouri is not part of the problem. We are gearing up already for 2016, and our next, best chance to say to Washington; "We are Missouri, and we say NO."

  • 00:31

    Myofascial Pain and the ML830 Cold Laser

    in Health

    Topic: Myofascial Pain


    Guest: Dr. Bernard Filner, MD


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  • 01:02

    Single Mom Sage Hour~ Single Mom Spotlight: Porsche' M. Norman

    in Moms and Family

    It's time for another episode of Single Mom Sage Hour's Single Mom Spotlight. Join Ms. Jennifer Pink as she talks with Porsche' M. Norman.


    Porsche' started dancing at the age of 4, under the direction of Paul and Arlene Kennedy, with a solid training in all genres including tap, ballet, jaz, hip-hop, modern, African and swing. Porsche' was a founding member of the professional dance company, the Kennedy Tap Company (KTC), created by the Kennedys.


    Porsche' trained for three years at Hamilton HS, Jason Samuels Smith, a world-renowned tap master, in 04, attended Debbie Allen's Dance Academy (DADA), and was an intern for the LA Tap Festival under the direction of Jason Samuels Smith and Chloe Arnold. Porsche was an original member of Chloe Arnold's Syncopated Ladies and was selected by Samuels Smith to be featured in Dance Spirit Magazine. She is currently a principal dancer for the Funderburk Dance Artists (FDA), under the direction of Michelle Funderburk.


    Now she has focused her efforts on Tajallet Dance Company/Youth Ensemble with her partner Mychal Harris in the hopes of giving back to the art-form that has given her so much.

  • 00:05

    American Sovereignty Radio

    in Religion

    This show is about sovereignty. Sovereignty in the home, in our local communities, and in our States as well as our Nation. CommonCore, CSCOPE, ObamaCare, the EPA, BLM, and a plethora of other schemes and government agencies are trying hard to take away our rights and freedoms.


    Join Jennifer Montrose (AL), Dan Wilson (FL), Patrick 'Captain' Lynch (CT), and Scott Osborn (TX) as we discuss the latest happenings and open up a free speech dialogue around the nation. We welcome you to call in and join the discussion!

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