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  • 00:15

    Q-on-1: What is @AlerSense?

    in Health

    On this special Q-on-1 edition of T2Q, I have a 1-on-1 discussion with the Founder/CEO of a new technology called AlerSense.

    What is AlerSense, you ask?  

    It's a product that can help save lives from the many people on this planet that suffer from COPD.

    What is COPD, you ask?

    Well, listen to the podcast and you'll get all of that in the first few minutes.  AlerSense is revolutionary and has the potential to help people avoid unknowingly putting themselves in harmful respiratory situations.  Everyone that suffers from breathing disorders or have families who do need to listen to the podcast in its entirety.


    Show No. 592

    Scheduled for 15 mins.


  • 01:00

    Ask MomRN Show

    in Family

    A new app called Gradestar, shows that rewarding children for tasks in a meaningful way actually helps them achieve more in the short term and also helps them develop better habits in the long run.  Co-founder Dmitriy Druk discusses how fun, play and making a game out of homework can help improve students' academic success.

    Obesity continues to be a major health issue in this country.  And research just released shows an alarming percentage of infants as young as 9 months are already being fed a diet that’s too low in vegetables and whole grains and with sugar and sodium levels that are too high. Nicole Silber is a pediatric dietician and a Beech-Nut nutrition consultant and joins us to talk more about the survey results and what parents need to know.

    Olympic Medal Winner Chanda Gunn, who is living with epilepsy, and Dr. Blanca Vazquez, Director of Clinical Trials and the International Program at the NYU Epilepsy Center and Director of NYU/Lutheran Epilepsy Program, join us to discuss a new comic book aimed at kids with epilepsy and bringing awareness to this condition.

    Andrea Shin, MD, a practicing gastroenterologist and assistant research professor of medicine at Indiana University, Indianapolis, joins us to discuss steps patients can take to help manage the various forms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

    American Chronic Pain Association CEO and Pain Specialist Dr. Anita Gupta and  Penney Cowan, Founder and CEO of the American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA), explain how to talk to your doctor about pain management.

    Travel expert Julia Dimon shares tips on how to turn weekend getaways into adventures this Spring!

  • 01:00

    Herbal First Aid Kit Simplified on Herbal Prepper Live

    in Education

    Herbal First Aid Kit Simplified
    The Herbal Prepper Live
    on American Preppers Radio!
    Sundays 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct 5:00pm/Mt 4:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/

    One of my listeners emailed me a question about first aid kits, and I thought it would make for a great show topic. Jerry wanted to know how to build an easy, affordable first aid kit with herbal and natural remedies. However, it also needed to be simple enough for someone just getting started learning how to make and use herbal remedies to assemble. Well Jerry, challenge accepted. 

    In this episode, I will show you how to create a super-simple first aid kit using just a handful of  different herbal and natural ingredients to tackle 23 of the most common injuries and complaints. From  poisoning to puncture wounds, from aches to asthma, this kit can handle it.

    Read More HERE! 

    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting, The Herbal Prepper, Health Care

  • 02:09

    The Fourth Branch: Kids in Residential Treatment

    in Current Events

    The Fourth Branch with Debbie Carroll: Kids in Residential Treatment, Thursday, April 21, 2016, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific, 7-9 p.m. Mountain, 8-10 p.m. Central, and 9-11 p.m. Eastern.   Join us tonight with Thomas Schaffnit, a psychiatric/pediatric nurse for forty years, as we explore the conditions inside Colorado Department of Human Services pediatric residential treatment centers. Learn about these quasi-governmental, private hospitals where children who are disabled and/or mentally ill reside in out-of-home placements. Mr. Schaffnit will discuss the approaches to treatment and incidence of drugging. He will also present his perspective as a medical employee on interactions with children and on working conditions.  Online at Permalink: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthemerges/2016/04/22/the-fourth-branch-kids-in-residential-treatment    OR call our GUEST LINE (347)855-8301. Press 1 if you want to join in the conversation.


    Child abuse, maltreatment and neglect in residential programs for teens are widespread




  • 00:30

    Deborah O'Brien: Wicked Addictions: Jaye Newman, Vibrational Alignment

    in Pop Culture

    Design Your Life From The Inside Out With Passion & Purpose!

    Jaye Newman helps her clients create measurable results and align vibrational frequencies in the physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual aspects of your life. She is a human services professional specializing in the energetic healing modalities of CranioSacral Therapy, Pediatric CranioSacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release Techniques. Email:  jaye@jayenewman.com Website:  jayenewman.com

    About The Host- Deborah O’Brien is the author of Bliss: Behind The Mask, the raw and candid memoir, about her struggle with alcoholism, which ultimately led to a spiritual transformation. Deb hopes to DE stigmatize addiction by sharing her personal experiences. She is a former model and current Image Expert. She focuses on transforming living spaces and clothing styles to empower your inner transformation. She understands that by releasing your limitations you can embrace freedom. Learn more at www.DeborahOBrienBliss.com

  • 00:17

    Sprayology with Ellie Whalen

    in Health

    Homeopathy was created over 200 years ago. Today homeopathy is the second most widely used system of medicine in the world. Traditional or conventional medicine (most common in the US) is fourth worldwide. However, in the US, until recently, homeopathy had remained relatively unknown and often thought of as alternative. Sprayology was founded to change that and to bring natural and effective options for daily vibrant health to mainstream America and beyond. The world has changed and it is important to think back 10 years to see these changes. Ten years ago prescription medicines marketed on TV were not required to disclose potential side effects, stress was not commonly accepted as a health risk, retreating to a spa was considered just a luxury and not preventative and natural products could only be found in health food retail locations. Today's consumer needs have changed all of this, and at Sprayology we are doing our part to help guide wellness in a sensible and healthy direction.

    Sprayology was founded over ten years ago because of the needs of its founders who were dealing with physical disillusionment, aging, illness and a lack of natural options to help them live better. Founding sisters Patti Connell and Ellie Whalen believed at the core they were healthy, but were both taking multiple conventional medicines daily to deal with asthma, fatigue and stress.  These experiences and their desire to modernize homeopathy led to the foundation of Sprayology.

  • 02:00

    Ask Herbal Health Expert Susun Weed & Get Your Mojo Back Marcie Goldman

    in Health

    Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Marcie Goldman. 

    Marcie Goldman started her nutrition journey as a child growing up with a compulsive over-eater and dieter (her father went from morbidly obese to the "Biggest Loser"). Losing over 100lbs, he went from "food-addict" to "fit & healthy" before her eyes. At age 8, food meant LIFE or a constant battle. 

    Most recently her passion for mental health led her to a certification as an Addiction Recovery Nutrition Coach through the Alliance for Addiction Solutions. She helps people recover from food, alcohol and drug addiction using nutrition therapy. 

    this episode Q&A includes:

    • natural birth control- wild carrot seed or cotton root bark tincture for women, heat for men...

    • you get more nutrition- minerals, vitamins, proteins, polyphenols from nourishing herbal infusions than from multivitamins and supplements...

    • pregnant and lactating women thrive on including animal fat in every meal in addition to infusions...

    • cystic acne and violet infusion...

    • existential anxiety- oatstraw infusion and passionflower tincture...

    • nettle infusion improves everything in our health and our life...

    • fenugreek tea to help moderate blood sugar...

    • epstein barr- hypericum perforatum tincture and Stephen Buhner's book 'Herbal Antivirals'

    • cat with asthma- mullein milk

    • scientific tradition measures and fixes, heroic tradition cleanses and purges, wise woman tradition nourishes the whole...

  • 00:24

    Entrepreneur Skip Sanzeri Launches AlerSense

    in Books

    Skip is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who has helped a variety of startups launch, grow and exit. In addition, he has funded and launched a few of his own companies. Skip started his entrepreneurial career at an early age buying a Gold's Gym in the San Francisco Bay Area. He then expanded to a total of 6 clubs and converted the brand to California Athletic Clubs before exiting via a sale of the franchise to 24 hour fitness. 

    He then helped grow the IAC division of Ziff-Davis publishing to $250 million, after which it was sold to Thomson Publishing. Skip continued his entrepreneurial career with Sequoia Capital - backed Quote.com, which was acquired by Lycos. Skip then founded and funded the first open source strategy firm - Open Source Group. 

    Skip earned his bachelor's degree from Claremont McKenna College, and then followed on with a Master's in Public Administration from the college of Notre Dame. He lives in San Mateo, California and is a native of San Francisco. In his spare time Skip enjoys baseball, yoga and studying quantum physics.

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  • 01:00

    Ask MomRN Show

    in Family

    Actor, Musician, and Director Michael Damian joins us to talk about his latest movie, High Strung, which just opened in theaters worldwide.

    Dr. Timothy Chase, New York’s leading Cosmetic Dentist and Practicing Partner at SmilesNY, shares tips on preventing pregnancy gingivitis.

    Dr. Robert Lookstein, Professor of Radiology and Surgery of Mount Sinai joins us to discuss what you need to know about a condition called Deep Vein Thrombosis or "DVT" before the next time you travel by car or plane.

    Radiologist Dr. Mark Klein shares the risks you should be aware of regarding colon cancer, and new insights into a less invasive, safer, and more affordable screening option called a “Virtual Colonoscopy.”

    Doctors across the country have concluded a large clinical trial with children who suffer from a rare and severe form of epilepsy, called Dravet syndrome.  120 children were part of this Phase 3 trial and given a drug called Epidiolex.  The drug consists of cannabiodiol, a non-psychoactive part of the cannabis plant.  Results were impressive as 39% of the children who received Epidiolex suffered from significantly fewer seizures.  Joining us to talk more about the study is Dr. Elizabeth Thiele.  Dr. Thiele directs the Pediatric Epilepsy Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and was one of the doctors who studied patients in the clinical trial.

    We've heard the horror stories about the drinking water contamination in Flint, Michigan, but have you had your water tested? Should you be concerned? Charlotte Brody, National Director of the non-profit alliance Healthy Babies Bright Futures, is here to tell us how to tell if unsafe toxics are flowing into our homes and what to do if they are.

    Join MomRN and her expert guests for practical information, advice, support and encouragement for raising a happy, healthy family!

  • 00:58

    #283 Skills Toddlers Must Use Before Words Emerge - #5 How To Teach Early Play

    in Parents

    Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP from teachmetotalk.com as she discusses how to teach toddlers to play with toys when they don't seem interested or have very few play skills. Read the post for more info at teachmetotalk.com.



  • 00:16

    Allergy Season 2016

    in Lifestyle

    Allergies are one of many conditions caused by hypertensitivity of the immune system.

    Find out what you can do to help control - prevent allergy attacks this season.

    Click the link below to learn more about the products mentioned in this show