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In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with physiatrist and pain management specialist David Clawsen, MD. He discusses how the immune response works and the toll it can take on the body over long periods of time. He explores the physiologic, genetic and emotional factors that govern the threat response. He explains how chronic threat in our lives, which continually activates our immune response, can lead to chronic illness and auto-immune disorders. Ultimately, he believes, healing is about not just defending against threats, but getting to a place of safety.
Dr. David Clawsen is a Physiatrist, based in Seattle, with backgrounds in neurologic, cancer, spine and sports rehabilitation, and pain management. He is interested in the different physiologic states that underpin illness and disease versus wellness and health, as determined by whether we are in threat versus safety.
The biggest assault against humanity in known world history is actually part of an attack on all life on our planet. It is happening now. Part of that assault is the literal creation of a fake "pandemic," complete with synthetic chimera virus, so that everyone could have a terrifying, invisible enemy to fear. Trump and others were wrong to label it the "China Virus". It was a US-China joint project, started in the BSL3 lab in North Carolina, and then transferred to the BSL4 lab in Wuhan, all with U.S. FUNDING, to keep this illegal project going to produce the perfect bioweapon for a fake pandemic. Not too deadly, so the perpetrators would not have to worry for their own safety. But something that would be patentable for use in connection to the real weapon, the deadly vaccine.
So far, this pandemic, announced before it started by Fauci and by organized simulations like Event 201, has been a great success from the point of view of those who created it. The killing by vaccine is well underway, people have been more than willing to give up their rights (they forgot those rights are inalienable and come from God). They've even been willing to voluntarily restrict their own breathing with self-suffocation muzzles to show their heroism. Is there really intelligent life on our planet? A rational observer would say no. Until he or she met our friend Tony Roman, owner of Basilico's Restaurant in Huntington Beach, California (www.instagram.com/basilicoshb). Tony knows about both freedom and common sense, and knows what tyrants do when we give in to their intimidation. Masks are forbidden in his restaurant. But it gets better from there. Intelligent life on Earth is not gone, and could still spread. Hear the rest of the story when he visits us this Sunday. It's not too late for us to wake up.
Jill Mattson's new work addresses specific areas for potential transformation:
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· Lacking motivation, drive, stamina & interest in life
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Mattson goes far beyond traditional Feng Shui interior design concepts and teaches us how to customize our Home living space for maximum personal effects.
REID FORGRAVE has written about sports and other topics for GQ, the New York Times Magazine, and Mother Jones, among other publications. His specialty is long-form, narrative storytelling. He has covered college football and the NFL, as well as college and professional basketball and the Summer Olympics, for Fox Sports and CBS Sports, and he currently writes for the Star Tribune in Minneapolis. The article in which he first wrote about Zac Easter is included in Best American Sports Writing 2018. A past life found him working at The Des Moines Register in Iowa as well as several other metropolitan newspapers. Forgrave lives in Minneapolis with his wife and two sons. www.reidforgrave.com
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Do you ever wish that as you age, you could retain that nice beautiful jawline and lifted cheekbones? Or maybe you wish that sagging face and jowls could go away without facelift surgery? Or whether oral surgery, including wisdom teeth extractions, could be avoided if we could change the shape of our face and jaw? Or that you could have a beautiful smile no matter if you are age 39 or age 99?
You’re in for a treat if you said YES to any of the above.
In this episode, I interview Dr. Mike Mew who is a lecturer and lead clinician at the London School of Facial Orthotropics.
His interest is in the growth and development of the face, identifying the effects of changes in posture, function, and muscle tone and its relationship to orthodontic problems. Dr. Mike Mew uses the orthotropics system to reverse the underlying conditions that lead to crooked teeth, sleep apnea, snoring, and TMD, amongst a range of other symptoms. He is researching to investigate how to improve these systems, using modern technology and innovative applications.
His vision is a fully integrated bio-feedback system that assists both children and also adults, to improve their health; specifically, the symptoms described. Dr. Mike is causing a revolution in health care and is pushing for a debate on what is causing crooked teeth with the orthodontic profession. The importance of environmental factors is being ignored and could greatly assist orthodontic therapy and general health. Dr. Mike aims to change a section of modern medicine by making it evidence-based and focused on patients’ long-term health.
As you may already know, I’m keen to introduce you to amazing innovative teachers who have found a way to create natural health and wellness from within, without the need for needles, medications, or surgery.
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What’s the recommended supplement for clients who are plain exhausted and not sleeping well? Caller: Asking opinions on Viome test. Caller: This caller has taken 3 Viome tests and gave his opinion. Then asked question about where to start to quickly get up to speed on current FDN labs. Caller: Also took a Viome test and gave more insight. Then asked "How does FDN approach SIBO?"
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In this insightful interview with Aesthetic Insider™ Radio, Dr. Shweta Agarwal, a triple board certified aesthetic medical doctor who practices at Mia La Maven Medical Spa located in the heart of Santa Monica, CA, just minutes from the Pacific Ocean and world famous Santa Monica Beaches, discusses how her diverse medical background is a tremendous asset in her beautiful practice. By expertly and safely performing a broad range of cosmetic medical procedures and treatments including fillers, neuromodulators, PDO threads and more, that deliver vibrant and youthful natural looking results to her patients, Dr. Agarwal has become a destination for those seeking to rejuvenate their appearance. To learn more about the aesthetic beauty and anti-aging procedures offered by Dr. Shweta Agarwal and her team at Mia La Maven Medical Spa, visit www.mialamavenmedspa.com or call 310 314-0404.
Today's show is a special edition of PopHealth Week where Fred Goldstein is the subject matter expert 'in the box' and it is my privilege and opportunity to extract key insights from his considerable experience in the space.
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In the practice of Dr. Steven Eisenberg—AKA “the singing oncologist”—the enemy is cancer, but it's also denial, anger, and fear—draining emotions that can interfere with the effectiveness of treatment. Dr. Steven helps patients fight cancer using both time-tested conventional therapies and innovative medical technologies. At the same time, he helps them overcome negative emotions by cultivating acceptance, love, and self-compassion in a deeply personal way, through laughter, empathy, and the music he plays and sings for and with them. Dr. Steven’s forthcoming book, Love is the Strongest Medicine: Notes from a Cancer Doctor on Connection, Creativity, and Compassion invites us to celebrate this truth. It tells a compelling story of a doctor's experience on the front lines of care, offers a road map for bringing humanity back into traditional medical practice and gives patients, families, and caregivers a blueprint for living each day with hope.
Steven Eisenberg is a triple-board-certified physician in internal medicine, medical oncology, and hematology. As the co-founder of cCARE, California's largest medical oncology practice, he serves as the practice's Medical Director of Integrative Oncology, as well as its unofficial CEO (Chief Empathy Officer). He is also co-founder of Workup, Inc., a collaboration platform for health care teams.
His practice of writing songs with his patients earned him the nickname "the singing oncologist" and has helped him become the most-followed oncologist on Twitter and an in-demand conference speaker. His work has been featured on NBC's TODAY as well as in People magazine, Huffington Post, US News & World Report, Reader's Digest, and many other publications. He is the host of The Dr. Steven Show and podcast.
Dr. Hugh Rickards and I delve into the topic of diagnosing HD and what it means.
"People with HD may consult with a psychiatrist, a neurologist and a psychologist for their diverse symptoms, but what they really need, says Hugh Rickards, FRCPsych, MD, is a “Huntingtonologist”: A doctor who has been trained in all the diverse manifestations of the disease, from motor control to emotional issues to cognitive changes. Rickards, who is consultant in neuropsychiatry and honorary professor at the University of Birmingham, says that the emotional and cognitive problems of HD tend to get underplayed by doctors and researchers—and it shouldn’t be that way.
Rickards is a neuropsychiatrist at a large clinic for people with HD, and is also involved in recruiting people for research, including Enroll-HD. His own interest in the emotional landscape of HD has led him to spot similarities between HD and Asperger’s syndrome, the autism-like developmental disorder involving difficulty understanding other people’s feelings and states of mind."
Mr. Divabetic spotlights LGBTQAI+ people living with, affected by, and at risk of diabetes on June's podcast with music from Indigo Girls.
Research shows that LGBTQAI+ people have unique health disparities and worse health outcomes than their heterosexual counterparts, related to diabetes care and education.
Guests include The Flood Girls & The Small Crimes of Tiffany Templeton Author Richard Fifield, and Mutha Chucka, and Patricia Addie-Gentle RN, CDCES.
Marriage equality was a mere pipe dream when Indigo Girls duo Emily Saliers and Amy Ray came out in 1988, coinciding with the release of their eponymous Epic Records debut. With regard to popular entertainment, particularly within the music business, Emily Saliers and Amy Ray were at the forefront of the queer rights movement. They won a Grammy and released chart-toppers like Closer to Fine. And they refused to let their sexuality get in the way of their success, brazenly being themselves at a time when being a gay public figure was uncommon and even downright scary.
Throughout the podcast, we will be featuring music from their Indigo Girls album courtesy of SONY Music.
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