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Join My Rays of Light Radio, with hosts LM Young and Nadiyah, Tuesday at 10pm est
For our show all about "Women's Health"
Call and speak to our hosts live at 646-564-9708
Or listen in online http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mrol/2015/03/11/womens-health
Women's health is very important. It is once again, during this month of women's history, time to uplift one another in information
How can we make the most out of the lives we live?
Can simple diet changes, really help?
Tune in and find out!!
Jacinda Jaensch from Point Specifics Acupuncture joins us to talk all about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She runs her family owned business with her husband Teja and grew up with cupping for her colds and acupuncture for a sprained ankle. You might know about acupuncture and chinese herbs, but do you know how it works and the myriad of health issues it can help you with? From fertility to turning breech babies, from blood pressure to back pain.
Jacinda gives us invaluable insights into managing your current problems and your long term health. If you have teenage girls, make sure you don't miss this as it will give you some amzing advise and tips to helping her enjoy long term health and wellness, including obsetric health.
We cover mestruation issues, fertility, pregnancy birth, post natal recovery, general womens health, childrens health and menopause!
You can visit Jacinda's website at www.pointspecifics.com
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Tune in for a replay of Dr. Tania talking women's health with hosts Lisa Tarves and Daria Anne.
Shannon Fisher is proud to welcome Dr. Nancy Lee as her guest on this special episode of The Authentic Woman. Dr. Lee is the Director of the Office on Women's Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and she is here to talk about National Women’s Health Week (NWHW), which starts on Mother's Day (May 10) and goes through May 16, 2015. Shannon and Dr. Lee discuss many aspects of NWHW, and Dr. Lee shares some great information about ways in which women can increase their health and vitality.
Prior to leading the Office of Women's Health, Dr. Lee worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more than 22 years and has extensive experience in the field of women's health. She has published more than 95 articles in well-respected medical journals, with her research having been focused on cancer prevention and control – specifically early cancer screening for cancers of the reproductive system – safe contraception, and HIV infection in American women.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders. Links to Previous Episodes are posted on Shannon’s Website or on the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Follow Shannon on Facebook and Twitter.
Join Writestream founder Dariaanne and Director of Marketing Lisa Tarves for Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on February 5 at 7 p.m. Eastern when they welcome Dr. Tania to talk about women's health from a holistic point of view:
Who is the woman behind www.drtania.com? A native of New Jersey, Dr. Tania Howard decided to become a chiropractor at the age of 15, when she experienced a complete metamorphosis in her health after seeking chiropractic care for an injury. She completed her undergraduate work at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, and her doctorate at Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, Georgia. In private practice for over 20 years, she is the founder of Broadneck Family Chiropractic, where she practices with two amazing partners who make it possible for her to take her message ‘on the road’ with her saucy lifestyle blog.
BK (“Before Kids”), Hollywood came calling and she enjoyed providing chiropractic health care on movie sets (Tuck Everlasting, Ladder 49, The Replacements, and many others) and behind the scenes at live shows like David Copperfield. She’s been profiled in Washington Post Magazine and other trade and regional publications.
A chiropractic lifestyle has helped her to stay fit and healthy enough to become a triathlete and marathoner at the age of 40 (though she admits to being a yoga convert). She lives in Annapolis with her three true loves, her husband Braden and daughters Francesca and Julia.
Call us during the show at (347) 945-7246!
Black Maternal Health is at a crisis in the USA with little or no media mainstream attention, black babies die faster and more frequently before their first birthday than any other race. Please join Black Motherhood Empowerment host Denise Bolds, a certified birth doula, and her special guest: Dr. Kecia Gaither.
Dr. Kecia Gaither is a double board-certified physician in OB/GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine and holds a Masters' degree in Public Health. Dr. Gaither serves as a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist and Director of Perinatal Outreach at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine located in the Bronx, NY. Ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report, Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine is committed to advancing the health of the communities it serves through its innovative approach to treatments, procedures and patient care.
As Director of Perinatal Outreach, Dr. Gaither provides oversight for perinatal services in all medical facilities aligned under the Montefiore health system. With more than 20 years of professional experience, Gaither’s expertise is grounded in the research and care for women with diabetes, HIV and obesity in pregnancy.
Dr. Gaither educates thousands via twitter @KeciaGaitherMD and through her blog ‘En Caul with Dr. Gaither’ which can be found on her site – www.keciagaither.com.
October is Breat Cancer Awareness month. In that stead, No-Tea is doing a series of shows on all things health, including the physical, mental and sexual. Please join us as we begin with discussing prevention through annual and other necessary life milestone screenings. We will also examine barriers to seeking and receiving care, offer resources, as well as touch on the subject of health insurance, and ObamaCare.
As usual, all are welcome, both listeners and callers. We have even invited Healthcare Professionals from various specialties to give pertinent information on discuss this important topic. So please join us. News from 7-7:30 p.m., and then we begin. Call in. We'll be waiting.
Women do you think that you can really influence your health? Is your health simply in your genes? Or can you improve or even transform your own health?
Here at Drastic to Fantastic - it is our passion to assist women to take charge and transform their health. How you think, eat, exercise and the supplements you do or do not take can enable you to transform your health.
In this episode I am speaking with Dr. Leigh Willoughby the fat loss doctor about the important actions you can take to help you to look after health and now what ever age you are.
There are actions that you can take to help protect you from degenerative diseases such as cancers and arthritis, and menstrual problems.
For more information about Clara's work check her out at www.drastictofantastic.com and sign up to her newsletter and get a FREE mindfulness meditation to help you on your way to good health.
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If you have any questions email clara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Health and diet advice you can trust...Susun Weed answers your health questions followed by an informative interview with Cheryl Ash-Simpson. In 2009, Cheryl Ash-Simpson was diagnosed with Stage IIA breast cancer just three days before her wedding. And not only was she preparing for her nuptials, but she was also planning a big move to Southeast Asia to begin her new life with her husband, Richard, who re-located to Malaysia for a new job. “Sunshine, Noodles and Me” chronicles Ash-Simpson’s treatment; loss of her hair, and her new lease on life in a country, far, far away. The documentary was shot on location in Malaysia, Singapore, Indianapolis and Dallas.
this episode Q&A includes:
• burdock root- digging and storing
• do not use raw vinegar to make herbal vinegars- vinegar must be pasteurized..
• chemicals in apples and chemicals in our environment- oil soluble and water soluble..
• 12 million adults are misdiagnosed per year in outpatient medical care..
• pain as an ally..
• instead of trying- DO IT!
• cyst on eyebrow of a 4 year old..
• scarred fallopion tubes and ectopic pregnancy..
• red clover infusion is an aid to safe normal pregnancy..
• motherwort tincture is an aid to safe normal thoughts..
• irritable bowel syndrome- slippery elm honey balls and getting tested for celiacs disease..
• cooking liver..
Nearly three out of four (74%) of Americans personally know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence. 30% of Americans say they know a woman who has been physically abused by her husband or boyfriend in the past year. We have to put a stop to the violence. The Gray Matter Show with Apostle Gray has determined to expose different areas of our lives that have become normal occurrence like domestic violence. Here’s a message sent to us by a listener that contacted us this week to share with us what she would love to see us discuss with our audience. I asked her what would you like to address in this show. RH says “After you have the courage to leave....then what? So many of us stay not because we love them, we don't know how to or forget how to survive without them. My ex became the bread winner. We were more than okay with just his income. Then to try to pay the bills and pick up the slack after they are gone, it's hard. It's hard to say to family and friends I need help. They always ask, then why did you leave? Sometimes you have to stay for your good. But then you say, I had to leave to save my life, my children's lives”. Join us the discussion tonight with our special guest Dr. Alice Hodges, Executive Director of Meg’s House.
On Wednesday’s Small Changes Big Shifts host Dr. Michelle Robin will talk to Dr. Katherine Sofia Cole. Dr. Cole has devoted her career to comprehensively improving people's emotional and physical lives. Later in the show you’ll meet Jeanne Johnson, Senior Partner Sales Executive with the Microsoft Corporation. Jeanne met Dr. Robin in 2009 immediately after the sale of her successful technology business. Just prior to the sale of her company, she had been a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Kansas City, received an award in the White House, and had started up several other technology businesses. On the surface, Jeanne was living the American dream, but the truth was that she had constant joint pain, weight gain, poor sleep, and bouts with anxiety. Jeanne will share her path to wellness and recovery on this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts.
Learn more about the show's host online at: http://www.drmichellerobin.com/
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