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  • 00:30

    Rethinking How We Think About Chronic Pain

    in Health

    In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom talks with Dr. Dan Ratner, an internationally known mind/body expert, about his own experience dealing with chronic pain, and the evolution of his approach to helping others heal from chronic pain. He emphasizes the importance of changing the way we think about chronic pain so we can lessen doubt and feel safe. He also explains that aligning with our true selves is a  critical step in the healing process.
    Dr. Dan Ratner is an internationally known mind body expert and the podcast host of Crushing Doubt, which is available on Youtube and Spotify, and lays out his unique columns system to organize mind body experience and help people alleviate both chronic and acute pain and other symptoms. After his profound, life-changing experience resolving his own chronic back pain, he has since become a leading expert in the field, curing hundreds of pain sufferers with these scientific and logical methods. His eight session seminars teach people everything they need to know about the mind body process to put their questions to rest and his membership groups allow ongoing, cost-effective access to him on a weekly basis to work on understanding and alleviating symptoms. His long anticipated book, also entitled Crushing Doubt, is soon to be available. For more information. Visit: 

  • 00:37

    The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me w/ Mike and Kelly Lang

    in Health

    Kelly Lang, co-author of The Miracle Child: Traumatic Brain Injury and Me is a brain injury survivor and caregiver to her daughter who sustained a traumatic brain injury in 2001. Kelly is a member of the Brain Injury Association of America’s Advisory Council, serves on the Virginia Brain Injury Advisory Council, is co-leader of The TBI Advisory and Leadership Group, and former faculty member of the National Center for Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) Brain Injury Learning Collaborative. Kelly has presented at several conferences and webinars including the Administration for Community Living Stakeholder Day, association conferences, universities, and many others. Michael Lang is a vice president of a national association and his work includes written and published articles, guides, and manuals in the fields of transportation and the chemical industry. Michael is a featured speaker and presenter in various associations and organizations in the areas of environment, health, safety, security, and sustainability. He also serves on the board of a financial institution. Michael and Kelly live with their daughters, Olivia and Anya in Northern Virginia, while their eldest daughter Hannah also lives in the metropolitan area.
    Brought to you by Integrated Brain Centers
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  • 00:50

    Can Rapamycin be Helpful for Parkinson's Disease Patients?

    in Health

    Ross Pelton, the Natural Pharmacist, discusses how the prescription drug rapamycin can increase longevity. 
    The discovery of rapamycin resulted in scientific studies that have enabled scientists to gain a totally new understanding of the aging process and how we might use this new information to improve health and delay the onset of age-related diseases. The topics in this book are collectively one of the most important breakthroughs in the science of life extension that has ever been discovered.
    The Rapamcyin Story: An interview with Ross Pelton, author of Rapamycin, mTOR, Autophagy & Treating mTOR Syndrome.
    Rapamycin: A Quantum Leap in Life Extension: Article was published in the Aug. 4, 2022 issue of the Townsend Leter.
    Rapamycin: Extending Health Span and Life Span:  Article was published in Integrative Medicine: May 2022.
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  • 03:01

    Lost Arts Radio Show #396 - Special Guest Dr. Judy Mikovits

    in Health

    Dr. Judy Mikovits, Ph.D, ( is a world-class virologist, known not only for her decades of laboratory research and breakthrough discoveries in multiple fields of virology, but also for her courage to tell the truth about her discoveries. She has done so even under threat of retribution from unappreciative authority figures within the power structure currently running health research and the medical system in most parts of the world. Dr. Mikovits earned a BA in Chemistry from University of Virginia in 1980 and a Ph.D in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from George Washington University in 1992. In her forty-year quest to understand the causes, prevent and treat chronic diseases, she has co-authored seminal papers culminating at least a decade of research in each of four fields: immunology, natural products chemistry, epigenetics, and HIV/AIDs drug development. She wrote four books with co-author Kent Heckenlively, J.D. All four books are available from her website.
    In 2009, Dr Mikovits led the team that first isolated and characterized a new family of human disease-associated retroviruses, XMRVs/HGRVS. Dr. Mikovits has co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters; holds patent #WO-2012061790A1, "Combination Therapy for Prostate Cancer using Botanical Compositions and Bicalutamide".
    My hope in inviting Dr. Mikovits back on the show at this time was that she would agree to record a two-part series. First, a glimpse into the real depth of her experience and knowledge of her field, and second an attempt to actually resolve the ongoing feud about whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus exists, and whether it actually causes "COVID-19". She has agreed to both parts. Get ready for two information-packed presentations.

  • 01:05

    Balancing Biological Energy Systems with BioGeometry®

    in Health

    The youngest of the Karim children, Doreya Karim grew up with BioGeometry. Today, Doreya is the managing director of BioGeometry Energy Systems Ltd., where she heads numerous BioGeometry projects and is a vital player of the BioGeometry research and development team, which aims to reduce all forms of environmental stress on biological systems. 
    Doreya has been working directly under Dr. Ibrahim Karim for more than nine years and has had the opportunity to gain experience in applying BioGeometry in numerous fields such as regional environmental electro-smog solutions, architecture and industrial design, music, animal farming and agriculture and serves as co-director of the design department. 
    Doreya is a Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC), with degrees in both Psychology and Graphic Design. Doreya has lectured and taught in over 8 countries, having given over 40 BioGeometry trainings. In 2018, Doreya was selected as a "She's Mercedes" recognizing empowering women in Egypt.
    More about Doreya Karim & Biogeometry
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  • 01:33

    Phototherapy Patch Q & A with Dr. Karen Kan & Dr. Dennis Lobstein

    in Health

    Dr. Dennis Lobstein and I will air LIVE on Light Warrior Radio Podcast on the first Monday of each month starting at 12 noon Eastern in order to help customers, distributors, and users from around the world get the most out of their phototherapy patches. 
    Over the last several years, we've spoken about topics ranging from spirituality to pain, to detoxification, and addressed almost every organ in the entire body. You can find the archives by searching for the topic you are interested in. The content is all free and sharable.
    During this episode, Dr. Dennis and I will be fielding questions from you about almost everything and anything phototherapy-related. Recently I had to bow out of one of my own Facebook groups due to time constraints and Facebook censorship inconveniences. So if you miss "seeing" me in that group, here is your chance to ask your questions LIVE on the show!
    Folks that call in live, or post their question in the chat will be the first priority in our Q & A monthly radio show sessions. After that, I'll take questions from the LW Phototherapy Patch Training Team Facebook Page, under the discussion tab.

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  • 00:46

    Testimonial Tuesday with Greg and Mike 07-19-2022

    in Health

    Please call in today and share your brief compliant personal testimonial on how using this amazing technology has changed your life! If 515-605-9877 is 'busy' try 323-642-1520 and press 1 to be placed in the queue to share. 
    Compliant means:
    no mention of 'disease names' common in medical field no mention of 'drug names', or the use of words like 'pain', 'cured', 'treatment', etc.  DO NOT give your own 'protocols' or usage tips; there are no protocols, only the BEMER Basic plan Keep it simple and brief mentioning the symptoms you were experiencing and how they may be minimized or gone.  If you're an athlete, tell us how it has improved your performance and recovery.

  • 01:01

    Negative Impact of Noise Sensitivity on Mental Wellness with Poppy Szkiler

    in Health

    Believe or not, the world has gotten a whole lot nosier, and many of those noises have crept into our homes and our workplaces. For home, noise levels can come from loud neighbors, barking dogs, loud appliances, lawn mowers and kids yelling throughout the house. For work, noise levels can come from cell phones ringing and texts dinging all day, or people congregating outside of your cubicle with full blown conversations and laugher. Who has time to concentrate and focus on mental balance when our minds have to fight against these disturbances all day?
    A recent workplace noise related study showed that 68% of job seekers admitted they are listening to more than your benefits package. They are judging the noise levels in the office.
    Today's special guest, Poppy Szkiler is the CEO of Quiet Mark a company that is on a mission to make home and work quieter. In fact, they are the official certifier for Good Housekeeping to ensure that products meet the mark for low noise factors. Through their global certification program, they assess and certify the quietest products and building materials making it easier for consumers and professionals to find the quiet products for their home or office.

  • 01:01

    The Purple Vine - Alzheimer's & Dementia Caregiver Support

    in Caregiving

    Today our host, Lori La Bey will talk with Debbie Compton who is a 3x caregiver for parents with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and vascular dementia. She is an author of 9 books, a certified caregiver consultant, advocate, Community Educator for the Alzheimer’s Association, and keynote speaker. Her mission is to empower caregivers to live their best life.
    We are live today so call in and join the conversation.
    Ask your questions or make a comment at (323) 870-4602
    Contact Debbie Compton      Website       LinkedIn      Facebook       Pinterest  
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    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.

  • 00:29

    "How COVID Crashed the System' by David Nash MD MBA"

    in Health

    On PopHealth Week, our guest is arguably the 'father' of poplation health David Nash MD MBA, founding dean emeritus of the college of population health at Jefferson University, Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters engage Dr. Nash in his new book 'How COVID Crashed the System'. We discuss the propsects for healthcare transformation and identify reasons for both optimism and concern.

  • 00:31

    Close Up Radio Spotlights Nurse Coach Bina Bendale

    in Health

    Dublin, CA – Bina Bendale is a Nurse coach specializing in working with parents of children with special needs.
    “My mission is guiding you to unleash and tap into your authentic self. As nurse coaches, we never diagnose anyone rather we ask insightful, probing questions so you dig within your core and transition yourself to the possibilities of who you genuinely aspire to be. By offering you a safe, non judgemental place to connect with your true emotions and unflinchingly embrace the creative and authentic aspect of you. You will be encouraged to delve more deeply into your personal intuition and find clarity, insight, and a more abundant, carefree life.”
    The role of nurse coaches is to facilitate the wellbeing of the whole person through a combination of coaching principles and healing modalities that create sustainable and perpetual healing. Every nurse coach must have a Bachelor’s degree, be board certified, and must have worked as a nurse for at least three years. Their work is similar to life coaching but with a holistic approach emphasizing the seven spiritual domains including mindfulness, reiki, and mediation. Every nurse coach has their own niche for instance one does women’s empowerment, another coach works with divorce, another one with relationships. Although Bina works in all facets of each individual’s personal and professional lives her main passion and expertise is working with parents of special needs children.
    Bina is one of the first few nurse coaches to land a corporation deal where employees are referred to her. 
    “My joy in life is helping people transform, grow, and discover inner peace.”
    For more information, visit