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Xray-mag is a digital publication for the scuba and adventure sports participant. Xray-mag will be covering the 2011 edition of DEMA Show, the annual convention of the scuba industry. This year, it's in Orlando, Florida from 2 to 5 November.
Xray's audio and video converage will originate from booth 960, and nearby locations.
This is the first in a series of shows promoting DEMA Show 2011 activities and it's exhibitors.
- Show 135
-Latest News on your Local events & Sports(Provided by Precice), Entertainment(Provided by Ladie Roc) w/ The Health tip of the day(Provided By 845’s Nubian Queen) & Horoscope(Scorpio Season) + The Careers(Jobs) Segment
-Special Guest: -We continue our celebration...40 years of hip-hop with the hip-hop 101 segment: Each week we will celebrate an element of Hip-Hop. Today we will speak on "DJing" We have an interview w/ Dj Xray as he will be discussing his years of being a DJ and his affiliation w/ The Universal Zulu Nation. He will also give tips on those looking for knowledge on the element
-Latest Music from Rockland’s finest & beyond
-Big Vegg, Ladie Roc & Precice Hostin’
-Roc w/ US!
Peter Symes, publisher of the leading digital scuba magazine, Xray-mag.com, is in Marseilles for the 37th edition of the World Festival of Underwater Pictures as the Palais du Pharo.
My name is Margaret Felicia Kreps. I am a 42 year old single mom from Newark, New Jersey. I love to represent 07112, even though I have lived many other places. My children are 23 year old Jemall and seven year old Kendra. I was educated at Weequahic High School in Newark, and then went on to acquire my Associates in Applied Science in Radiography at Essex County College. After working several years as an Xray Technologist, I returned to The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. Ultimately I finished my B.S in Allied Health Technologies.
With many changes in health care billing, coupled with the oversaturation of Nuclear Medicine Technologists, as well as the overall recession, I decided to reinvent myself. After a hard decision to leave New Jersey, I enrolled as a full-time Nursing student at Inter Americana University of Puerto Rico this past August.
Even though My Intimate Journey with Caesar was conceived while I was still in New Jersey, I was not able to fully give birth to it until after I relocated to Puerto Rico. I do not know what the good Lord has in store for my future, but I am confident, and ready to take the Journey.
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Paul J. Fowler, RT, LRT began his x-ray career in 1978 after graduating, with high honors, from Albany Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Fowler founded Specialty Portable X-Ray, Inc. During the 35 year history, SPX has initiated many major changes in the portable x-ray industry. Innovating and adapting to new technologies as soon as they emerged has kept Specialty Portable x-ray at the forefront of the x-ray industry.
In 1990, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first to design and offer mobile developing units
In 1993, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first company to combine mobile film developing with teleradiology
In 2000, Speciality Portable X-Ray was the first portable x-ray provider to invest in and utilize CR (computer radiology)
In 2010, Specialty Portable X-Ray went 100% direct-digital capture taking advantage of the reliability and speed of the internet.
In 2011, Specialty Portable X-Ray began providing emergency exam results within minutes of completed exams.
In 2014, Specialty Portable X-Ray unveils its custom EHR (electronic health records) software
Specialty Portable X-Ray Inc.
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Host Brian A Cohen DTM
Dr. Carl O. Helvie - the longest living lung cancer survivor had a dream that told him he needed a chest xray. Today he shares how he beat a devastating diagnosis without using chemotherapy or radiation.
And Pat kicks off the show with her classic Healthcare Hazard of the Week - and says "Don't Stop" when it comes to second opinions.
Later, a loyal fan arrives to play 'Are You in Jeopardy or Are You Safe' with the usualy gang of radio rivals.
This show goes where mainstream stops!
Dental xrays are of great concern to some people. Do you need them, what do they show? Shirley is a clinical dental hygiensist with decades of experience chairside and her speaking career gets her out to mix it up with thousands of dental hygienists every week. She knows her stuff.
Dental xrays come in a variety of types and most give a lot of information to guide the clinician to do their best work for you. Today's machines give much less radiation than ever before and really with everyone staying out of the sun, our biggest source of radiaion, people can certainly tolerate the amount in a dental xray, regardless of what Dr. Oz says. Learn the types of xrays, and what they can't show in today's episode of Cross Link Radio.
Peter Symes is the publisher of a digital dive and adventure travel magazine with readers on every continent. DEMA Show Radio will focus on the workshops, seminars and exhibitors who will be in Orlando from November 4 to 7 for DEMA Show 2009. This BTR program is produced and hosted by Ken English, the BlogTalkRadioGuy, for Xray Magazine and the Social Radio Network.