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Dan Moxley, Development Associate, Tucson Wildlife Center
This Center’s mission is dedicated to the rescue, rehab and release of southern Arizona’s native wildlife while promoting habitat protection and co-existence through education. From their passionate community outreach to their state-of-the-art wildlife emergency facility and everything in-between, this organization’s impact is never ending. For example, their Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital was built for the sole purpose of treating injured wildlife with specially trained staff. Learn what free services are offered to the public, how you can take a public tour and how you can help support this organization’s amazing mission. Another “I can’t wait” kind of show. This show sponsored by Discount Cab.
November is canine cancer awareness month and on the November 2nd edition of Tripawd Talk Radio you'll learn how advances in comparative oncology research is uncovering new ways to diagnosis, treat and ultimately cure cancers in both people and pets.
This fascinating discussion will be led by veterinary onocologist Dr. Avenelle Turner, DVM Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology) from the Veterinary Cancer Center in Southern California (http://vetcancergroup.com/about-us/our-doctors.html) and Dr. Kristy Richards, MD, PhD at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Department of Genetics (http://www.med.unc.edu/genetics/faculty/Kristy%20Richards,%20MD,%20PhD).
Drs. Turner and Richards will discuss how cancer in animals mimics the same disease in people and you'll learn how cancer similarities between humans and dogs are identified and lead to new treatments for both species. For example, over 30 years ago bone marrow transplants were first developed for dogs, then subsequently done in people with lymphoma.
As comparative oncology research awareness grows and more study collaborations occur between academic researchers and pharmaceutical companies, more treatments will be found for pets and people alike.
For more information about comparative oncology research, please visit:
National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research: Comparative Oncology Program
Puppy Up / 2 Million Dogs
Guest: Dicki L. Kennedy, DVM, CCRP, CVA, CVPP, CCMT and certified in Animal Chiropractic.
Founder and President of ARCC: Animal Rehab & Conditioning Center in Greenville, South Carolina. www.animalrehabgreenville.com
Dr. Kennedy is a renowned veterinarian who is making the world a more pain-free place for pets as founder of Animal Rehab & Conditioning Center, a state of the art facility that emphasizes conditioning and pain management through life style changes.
She has worked with hundreds of pets in her career focusing on alleviating pain and allowing our pets to live longer, happier and healthier lives. Dr. Kennedy has helped pets with surgical, medical, and genetic problems along with helping competitive canine athletes return to their sport and achieve their long term goals.
Dr. Kennedy even has her own senior Tripawd kitty, and truly understands the needs of our three-legged heroes. Recently she has worked with Tripawds member Domino, which is documented in the Tripawds Downloads blog.
In this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio, we'll ask Dr. Kennedy her tips for Tripawds including:
Do dogs or cats make better Tripawds? Why?
When it comes to the long-term health of any Tripawd, what are some mobility issues to consider?
What are some recommended pain management steps to ask your vet to take both before and immediately after amputation surgery?
When is a good time to get started with rehab therapy? How can we find a qualified practitioner / center?
What's the best kind of exercise our Tripawd can get at home?
Call in to ask Dr. Kennedy about Rehab Therapy for Tripawds, or join us in the Tripawds Live Chat during the show!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films. First, we look at the new Reese Witherspoon movie Wild, in which she walks a thousand miles up the Pacific Crest Trail. Then, we'll review the mob film By The Gun. Finally, we'll review Susanna Fogel's new movie Life Partners, starring Leighton Meester and Gillian Jacobs.
During the winter, many of us spend hours and days at a time couped up inside. When indoor air pollution accumulates, it causes adverse health effects on the residents of the building. These effects include headaches, eye irritation, fatigue, dry throat, sinus congestion, dizziness and nausea.
But there are a variety of ways for us to create a healthy, relaxing and tranquil living space, with just a few additions and lifestyle changes.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares 10 ways to create healthy living space.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-9433.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest Cailah Brock, author, co-founder and CEO of The Rock Solid Fitness LLC, Performance Training and Wellness Consulting.
Cailah is a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), American Council on Exercise (ACE) Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and Health Coach (HC) who has been improving the performance of athletes and the lives of health seekers since 2006.
Her book “Design Your Body: Your Guide to Cutting Through the Fat" is a straightforward, take-no-prisoners approach to achieving health and wellness for real people with real lives and busy schedules.
If you're looking for easy solutions or quick fixes, then keep moving; this book isn't for you. However, if you are ready to seriously commit to a long-term plan to achieve goals for a healthier, more fit, and leaner-meaner body, then please take the time to read Coach Brock's advice.
As a model, speaker and author, Cailah also travels the country speaking on health, wellness and fitness.
Listen in and call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
What's stealing your steam?
Many times, fatigue is the result of a surprising and relatively simple cause, one that you can easily fix yourself.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday as we discuss 15 Ways to Get More Energy All Day Long.
Common culprits such as what you eat, drink or even what you think about can all zap your zip.
What daily routine do you use to stay energized and active?
Call into the studio with your questions and /or comments: 347-945-7433. We want to hear from you!
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Inherent Vice, The Homesman, & Life Partners.
We're kicking off the countdown to award season, and we've got three big movies this week. Inherent Vice is set to stir things up like crazy, and we'll let you know if it's worth all the hype that will certainly be surrounding this one.
We'll also have some interview clips from the cast and crew of these films, and we'll be answering listener questions.
Here at Because Hope Matters Radio, we often talk about the integral part nurses play in helping patients heal and connecting with their caregivers. CURE Magazine takes the time to recognize exemplary oncology nurses through an "Extraordinary Healer Award." The annual recognition attracts hundreds of essay submissions from patients, survivors, and caregivers across the nation.
We're thrilled to provide another spotlight for CURE's recent award winner, Cindi Cantril. Essayist, Ann Tallman, wrote about her journey as a breast cancer survivor. Her portrayal of Cantril's care through diagnosis, surgery and treatment caught the attention of Kathy LaTour, editor-at-large at CURE Magazine. The giving, nurturing, and inspiring nature embedded in Cantril's fiber goes above and beyond. She created peer-to-peer support for patients; the "WINGS" Program helps women with all types of cancer, and a secondary WINGMEN group helps men. Cantril's drive to provide healing programs doesn't stop there; she also operates women's cancer retreats and Equine therapy.
Among more than 750 of her peers and guest speaker, actor, producer, director and best-selling author Rob Lowe, and the cancer care community, Cantril received the distinguished award. She has provided more than 40 years of research, clinical care, program development and leadership in oncology nursing care. She has published over a dozen articles and authored several chapters of Building Legacy - Voices of Oncology Nurses. Cantril also received the Oncology Nursing Society's Distinguished Service Award in 2010, among other honors on her career path.
Join us for our quarterly feature with Kathy LaTour, as we delve into the heart of oncology nursing and go above and beyond an ordinary care-watch.
SUPREME PARTNERS LIVE BIO
Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene were the last two members of the legendary group, The Supremes after Mary Wilson left the group to pursue a solo career in 1977. Scherrie's tenure as "Lead Singer" lasted from 1973 to 1977 and Susaye joined the group in 1976. When the group disbanded, Scherrie & Susaye recorded the album “Partners” for the Motown label in 1979. Now, after decades of requests by fans, "Partners" has been remastered and released on CD for the first time ever. Scherrie and Susaye share songwriter and associate producer credits for the album that features the late Ray Charles on the song "Love Bug." They are happy to team up again after many years to reintroduce this wonderful playlist of songs to longtime and new fans of The Supremes.
"Supreme Partners" LIVE is an exclusive show featuring these songs never performed before, some of your favorite tunes from The Supremes, and songs from Scherrie and Susaye's solo careers.
Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the five important steps needed to control a sugar habit.
Are artificial sweeteners good or bad for you? How much sugar is too much sugar? What really causes people to develop diabetes?
Learn the good, bad and ugly truth about food;what we should and shouldn't be eating in order to stay healthy and happy.
During this show we share advice from Dr. Don Colbert, Bill Gottlieb, Dr. Andrea Sullivan and Michael Moss, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Salt, Sugar, Fat:How the Food Giants Hooked Us.
in Self Help
Jeff Foote from CMC in NYC opens a non 12 step rehab in upstate NY. Join Host Monica Richardson for a 1 hour show. Dr. Foote is a nationally recognized clinical research scientist who has received extensive federal grant funding for his work on motivational treatment approaches. Dr. Foote has worked in the addiction treatment field as a clinician and researcher since the late 1980’s, and has developed a unique motivational treatment approach that incorporates principles of group treatment as well as research-based principles of human behavior change. Previously, Dr. Foote was the Deputy Director of the Division of Alcohol Treatment and Research at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in NYC, as well as a Senior Research Associate at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA) in NYC. Dr. Foote also served as Chief of the Smithers Addiction Treatment and Research Center as well as Director of Evaluation and Research between 1994 and 2001.