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  • 00:33

    Lifetime Effects of TBIs with John Corrigan, PhD, ABPP

    in Health

    John D. Corrigan, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Ohio State University and Director of the Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation. For the past 40 years he has treated and studied long-term outcomes of persons with traumatic brain injury. Dr. Corrigan is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. He has been the PI and co-PI of the Ohio Regional Traumatic Brain Injury Model System since 1997 and chaired the Executive Committee of the TBI Model Systems Project Directors from 2007-2017. Since 2013 he has served as the Director of the Ohio Brain Injury Program, which is the designated lead agency in the state of Ohio for policy and planning related to living with brain injury. This position has provided a platform for translation of evidence on long-term outcomes to public policy. Dr. Corrigan is National Research Director for the Brain Injury Association of America and has previously served other national organizations, including CARF, the Injury Control Center at CDC, the Veterans Administration and the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Health Board.
    Episode brought to you by Integrated Brain Centers
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  • 01:02

    Understanding Blood-Based Testing in Multiple Myeloma with Ola Landgren, MD, PhD

    in Health

    A wave of blood-based tests are being researched for myeloma care, and for good reason. Patients love the idea of replacing the painful bone marrow biopsy with a blood-based test, especially if it is equally effective. In addition to being less time consuming and painful, blood-based testing could be performed more regularly to provide more information to patients and their doctors. 
    The types of test vary. They include mass spectometry testing, blood-based MRD testing and circulating tumor cell testing. Many of these tools are still only used in research, but they are getting closer to being used in the myeloma clinic. Each of the tests have unique ways of providing a less invasive way of testing for myeloma at diagnosis and after treatment. 
    Ola Landgren, MD, PhD of the University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center joins HealthTree Podcast for Multiple Myeloma to review the different types of tests, how they function, what they measure, pros and cons of each and how they are and could be used in regular myeloma practice.
    As we continue to see these tests advance, it's a great idea to start becoming more familiar with the test types, test names and reasons for their use.
    Thanks to our episode sponsor, GSK

  • 00:27

    Cancer part 2 Breast and Prostate cancer data

    in Health

    Cancer is formed by your body based on your toxic exposure and how you are able to handle that toxic exposure.
    Anything that you do that will help your body produce healthy cells and eliminate the toxins will help you and anything that you do that taxes the bodily processes is bad!
    This episode we will review the current the therapies that peolpe use and alternatives.
    Don't miss this life changing episode!!

  • 01:03

    Future of Medicine Needs You: What it takes to become Sound Health Practitioner

    in Health

    Roberta Cuffin - Sound Health BioAcoustic Instructor & Practitioner, Teacher of Judaism from a Christian Perspective and Podcast Host.
    With over two decades of research and teaching experience, Roberta uses her unique skills to instruct Sharry Edwards' students in BioAcoustic protocols at Sound Health.
    Roberta's ability to make the complex simple and her genuine passion for guiding people to heal and find and fulfill their purpose, attracts high caliber clients and students from around the world.
    Her Saturday podcast takes listeners and viewers on a journey of self-discovery to explore the intersection between Christianity and Judaism to find the truth hidden within.
    Roberta considers herself the "Shock Jock of Christianity" and her classes are refreshingly not what you'd expect!
    Roberta can be reached at roberta@bioacoustichealth.com

  • 02:33

    Crenshaw Herb Packs & Baba: SELF RESPECT STARTS WITH SELF.

    in Health

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY Malcolm X (born Malcolm Little, later el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz
    Grenshaw Herb packs commitment to quality products, exceptional services and incomparable customer care keep our community coming back again and again. We never stop improving, and are continuing to expand our offerings based on how we can best serve the San Francisco Bay Area and you!
    Questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.
    3559 Mt Diablo blvd suite 323 Lafayette, California 94549

  • 00:31

    Building the Foundation for Thriving

    in Health

    In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with internist Dr. Matt Lederman and Oriental Medicine and family practitioner Dr. Alona Pulde. They explain their areas of focus in getting patients beyond “normal limits” to thriving. These include: self-awareness, internal state, connection, work and spirituality. They share their belief that healing can be fostered when we learn to value human connection and authentic sharing above all else.
    Alona Pulde, MD is a board-certified practitioner of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine & Family Medicine Physician and Dr. Matthew Lederman is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician & CNVC Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication. After ten years of serving Whole Foods Market as corporate Vice Presidents, helping launch their national comprehensive medical & wellness centers, coaching and retreat programs, and integrated hospital and insurance networks, Dr. Pulde and Dr. Lederman moved on to co-found their new venture, WeHeal and their new book Wellness to Wonderful. For more information on Wellness to Wonderful, visit: www.weheal.health/wellness-to-wonderful Explore the WeHeal Platform at: www.weheal.health

  • 02:00

    Lost Arts Radio Show #414 - Special Guest Chris from Old World Exploration

    in Health

    Have you noticed the numerous YouTube videos talking about the lost civilization known as Tartaria? The theories come from two kinds of evidence that suggest an advanced civilization must have existed in the fairly recent past, and then been somehow wiped out by a strange cataclysm involving vast quantities of mud. They say this happened worldwide. The first type of evidence cited is the existence of amazing buildings, with architectural and artistic qualities virtually impossible to replicate with modern technology and materials. Some appear to be hundreds of years old, and others more recent, many from the early 20th century.
    The second type of evidence cited is what appears to be what is left from massive movements of mud. The mud did not destroy the amazing buildings described above. But many appear to have been submerged several feet, with part or all of a ground floor now situated below grade, but clearly built originally as ground-level floors. None of this clears up the mystery of what really happened, or even exactly when it occurred. Where are the people who designed and built those amazing structures? What about the populations who lived in that time? How did they all vanish without a trace? Where are the records of the real architects and craftsmen who built those structures?
    Mud certainly is not enough to account for whatever happened. And mud only forms from certain soil types, not everywhere. Multiple mysteries are intertwined here, and I have not found any solid answers so far. But I did find some great photographic collections that show the buildings. One of those great collections is on the YouTube channel called Old World Exploration. Chris, the owner of that channel will talk with us about those pictures on tonight's show. Tune-in to Lost Arts Radio for our show and prepare to be amazed.

  • 00:55

    Becoming Holistically Fit to Empower Yourself Inside & Out

    in Fitness

    Do you ever judge yourself as being all over the place? Maybe you feel like you're not focused? Or flitting from one task to another?
    Have you labeled yourself as ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)? 
    What if all your ups and downs are perfectly aligned, and you’re just following your energy?
    Join me during this intriguing interview with special guest Sally Estlin, The Holistically Fit Specialist, for a fun conversation about the ups and downs of life and how a wellness mindset colors all your daily interactions and guides you on your destined path.
    We will discuss what following the energy can look like in a person’s life and how this can blossom into multiple areas of success and joy through having a wellness mindset.
    To learn more about Sally Estlin, please visit https://holisticallyfit.com.au/

  • 00:51

    Horse Thursday 5-11-23 Talking the Essential Set. And guest Andrew Seifert sharing about his BEMER b

    in Health

    Please call in with your BEMER horse questions, comments, and testimonials.
    With Cindy Schellenberg, Tiff Blum, and Raini Hale.

  • 00:58

    What A Fun & Engaging Way To Care For A Loved One With Dementia

    in Caregiving

    Today we talk with Bruce Elliott, the CEO & Co-Founder and  Brian Hall a Board member and the Director of the UK and International business for  Memory Lane Games. Also joining us is Kait Clavette,  a speech-language pathologist who is using Memory Lane Games with her clients dealing with cognitive communication and swallowing disorders. I can’t wait to learn more about Memory Lane Games!
    Contact Memory Lane Games      LinkedIn      FaceBook     Instagram       Twitter      Tic Tok 
    Contact Lori La Bey
    Find FREE Educational Resources and a variety of services at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com
    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 sound news, not just sound bites since 2011.

  • 01:18

    Love Languages- their underrated power” Genesis Keisha Martin, MS, LCMHC

    in Health

    Tonite! RealTalk BlogTalkRadio show Thursday, May 18, 2023 “Love Languages- their underrated power” Genesis Keisha Martin, MS, LCMHC 6:00 pm CST; 7:00 pm EST (845)241-9950