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Sandra Brown, author of Women Who Love Psychopaths and also How to Spot a Dangerous Man will be talking about pathological love relationships and taking questions about pathology, how personality disorders are formed, relationship dynamics, and how to heal! 25 years in the field and creator of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction Retreats has Sandra now referred to as the 'pioneer of pathological love relationships!'
Dr. Cathy Reimers Ph.D., psychologist and her sister, Diana Dorsch, as co-host, explore the seeds of pathology of animal cruelty when animals are involved in illegal gambling operations. The horrors of dog and cock fighting will be revealed but the underlying pathology of the human beings who run such operations or participate is perhaps more frightening according to Dr. Cathy. “We continue to live in a cruel and brutal society not much different than ancient Rome’s Colosseum when spectators cheered as the atrocities occurred.” Listen in and hear the roars of Dr. Cathy and her sister, Diana as they expose the truth.
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Talk about a deep dive! HPV oral cancers sound mundane but there's so much misinformation and so much scary stuff about oral cancer that Shirley Gutkowsk is going deep to lean about it at the cellular level. Get your pen!
After practicing dentistry for three years Dr. John Basile began his oral pathology education at Harvard Dental School and in the Department of Pathology at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Basile was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), National Institutes of Health, in Bethesda, MD, for five years before his current position as an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland Dental School in the Department of Oncology and Diagnostic Sciences.
At Maryland, Dr. Basile’s lab uses oral cancer as a model to study growth and invasion of malignancy and tumor-induced angiogenesis. He is also a member of the Molecular and Structural Biology branch of the Marlene and Stuart Greenebaum Cancer Center at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the practice director at Oral Pathology Consultants in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Basile has been a board certified oral and maxillofacial pathologist since 2008.
Topic: Medical Laboratories, with Guest: Dr. Lekidelu Taddesse-Heath, Associate Professor and Director of the Hematology Laboratory in the Department of Pathology at Howard University Hospital and College of Medicine. She makes frequent trips to Ethiopia to collaborate with partner institutions and facilitate faculty/student exchanges. Host: Dr. Lydia Tesfa.
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Learning to speak is one of the most important and complicated things your child will ever do.
On today's show, we'll talk with Dr. Michelle MacRoy Higgins about speech-language development and "Late Talkers"
We'll talk about what often surprises parents to learn about how children begin talking, what influences how children learn to understand and use words, and ways to foster great development.
Dr. MacRoy-Higgins is a professor at in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Hunter College in New York. You can learn more about her research at the link below.
We hope you enjoy the show,
The Kids AtoZ Team
The Ray Rice elevator video has put the spotlight on domestic abuse. The dirty little secret of abuse has been exposed for the world to see. Unfortunately, this "secret" is one of the poorest kept and most accepted forms of violence in our society. Often the vicitms are chastised for staying in the abusive relationships and the perpertrators are not consistently punished for the terror they inflict on their victims. Further, the scars of domestic violence can set off a pathology that lends itself to generations of violence that trickles down the lifeline of a family and destroys the very fabric of its existence. Why do we experience "Fighting Love" in our scoiety? Let's talk about it and "DON'T BITE YOUR TONGUE"!!
Healing from family pathology of food addictions and breaking traditional dietary bondage to free the body of disease in order to facilitate our soul ascension through living foods. 1) When it comes to food choices the body comes back to what it knows. So if its acquainted to particular culinary practices such as fried foods, heavy meats and sugary pastries. It will come to appreciate those foods they know readily without questioning the injurious effect that these foods will have on the body. Without taking the time to analyze some of our family's health challenges and realize that we have the right and responsibility to our self and our family to choose differently. The severity of many life threatening illnesses such as diabest, high blood pressure, asthma, can be considerably altered by making healthy food choices.
The boys get ready for the regular season by examining the pathology report on the Green Bay Packers roster, looking ahead to the season opener at Seattle, and venturing some predictions about what the upcoming season might hold by reopening The Packers Therapy Hotel and Casino betting lines.
Posting its first show in 2005, Packers Therapy is the longest-running Packers podcast on the Internet. Hosts Chris and Dave began the show as a way of capturing the spirited chats the two co-workers had about the team around the office. The two have no pretense about being experts: they are just two opinionated shareholders who love the team, follow it closely, but don't always see the Packers fortunes eye to eye.
The guys encourage comments and questions via their Twitter feed @PackersTherapy and read and respond to as many as they can during each show.
Packers Therapy is a part of the Packers Talk Radio Network, serving up enough weekly podcasts to satisfy the most fervent of Packer fans.
Internationally adopted children most often do not speak any English when they are adopted. How do they acquire English once home and what can parents do to help. Host Dawn Davenport, Exec. Director of Creating a Family, the national adoption & infertility education and support organization, will interview Dr. Sharon Glennen, Professor and Chairperson in the Department of Audiology, Speech Language Pathology and Deaf Studies at Towson University in Maryland. Dr. Glennen researches how children adopted from abroad acquire English after adoption.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
More Creating a Family resources on international adoption can be found here.
Ever wonder why all this rareified banter on genetics, neurotransmitters, biochemistry, etc. escapes you? (and most doctors also??)
Maybe its time to get back to basics!
This week, Dr Jess Armine will give an overview of basic neuroscience including the cellular structure and function as well as how pathology affects it.
Join us and learn how the brain and nerves actually work...understand this and the way to healing becomes clear ;-)
As always, Dr. Armine's gentle humor and clear explplanations make complex concepts understandable. Join us!
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP founder of www.teachmetotalk.com as she discusses the process she uses when a there's little to no positive change in speech therapy with a toddler. Click here for the written summary for these guidelines. For more ideas for helping toddlers learn to talk, check out Laura's complete product line for parents and professionals at teachmetotalk.com!
This week on Autism Spectrum Radio we discuss a topic that is extremely important to many parents of young kids with autism, social skills and ability. Most parents are familiar with the social challenges faced by our kids on the spectrum but not everyone knows helpful strategies that will support better social function. This week, host Rob Haupt is pleased to welcome Dr. Ann Densmore, Ed.D. CCC SLP/A, certified speech pathologist and audiologist and author of Helping Children with Autism Become More Social: 76 Ways to Use Narrative Play and author of Your Successful Preschooler: Ten Skills Children Need to Become Confident and Socially Engaged.
Dr. Ann Densmore, Ed.D. CCC SLP/A, certified speech pathologist and audiologist and author of Helping Children with Autism Become More Social: 76 Ways to Use Narrative Play and author of Your Successful Preschooler: Ten Skills Children Need to Become Confident and Socially Engaged (Harvard Medical School and Jossey-Bass, 2011). Director of Child Talk in Lexington, MA. Ann Densmore has been a speech and language consultant at public and private schools or more than 30 years. In addition to running a private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts she also consults internationally and has taught seminars for professionals and students at Harvard Medical School. Ann holds an Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard Graduate School of Education and an Ed.D. in Education with a specialization in child discourse from Clark University. She is board-certified in speech and language pathology and audiology. Ann swims Walden Pond every morning (when it’s not iced over) and enjoys long bike rides with her friends. She also loves photography, swimming with Cambridge New England Masters at Harvard University, and taking walks with her Portuguese Water Dog, Map. http://www.child-talk.com/ Twitter: @AnnDensmore