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If you’re a grandparent, no doubt you know there’s no greater joy than sharing a lively, colorful and information-packed book with your grandchildren.
And that brings us to our guest, Dean Regas. Dean is the former host of PBS’s Star Gazers and is currently an astronomer at the Cincinnati Observatory. He’s also authored an incredible six books and numerous articles on space and observational astronomy. In fact, Dean was named the winner of the 2008 “Out-of-this-World” Award for astronomy education. So this guy truly knows his stuff.
Dean joins us to share all about his latest book called 1000 Facts About Space. It’s published by National Geographic Kids so you know the book is colorful, fun and filled with fascinating facts your grandchildren will love.
So gather your grandchildren and be sure to tune in for this one… it promises to be both entertaining and informative!
Is it possible to live forever? Is immortality within reach of science and scientific breakthroughs?
In today's special guest, world-class scientist Dr. Muzhi Shi's book How to Rejuvenate and Live Three Hundred Years and Beyond, he discloses through philosophical discourse his systematic blueprint for living beyond today's human lifespan, illustrating the great potential of state-of-the-art technologies from an insider's perspective.
Dr. Shi evaluates current technologies to select essential tools for such a grand goal and offers a unique view of trendy dietary supplements, longevity pills and other biotechnologies - and, most importantly, he answers some of the essential questions about life and death that everyone is curious about.
Dr. Muzhi Shi is a world-class scientist with ample experience in different branches of life sciences. During his extensive career, he has been studying the mechanisms of life. Dr. Shi is now cofounding a biotechnology company with several other world-renowned scientists. He lives in Durham, NC.
Albia, IA – Dr. Rebecca Thomas is a Clinical Psychologist, Health Service Provider, Play Therapist, and EEG Neurofeedback provider.
As the brain ‘learns’, the client experiences improved self-regulation of emotions and symptoms for such issues as seizures, trauma, irritability, anxiety, panic attacks, autism, dementia, ADD, depression and insomnia, to name only a few. Neurofeedback is also used to help athletes, executives, and other high achievers sharpen their mental and physical capabilities. This is known as ‘peak performance training.’
Dr. Thomas has helped hundreds of clients with remarkable success over the past 15 years of providing Neurofeedback to clients.
Dr. Thomas is also Medical Director for CJ3 Foundation that provides care to our nation’s heroes; veterans, police, fire, EMT’s who have been wounded in the line of duty. She developed a holistic and intensive treatment that includes Neurofeedback, Auriculotherapy, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field), Chiropractic care, Bioenergetic Testing and remedies, along with therapies that remove toxins from the system. Currently she is in the process of overseeing the renovation of a home that will serve as a “Ronald McDonald house” so to speak for the recipients who come in from all over the country for a five day intensive array of treatments.
“You can regain a better brain and better quality of life no matter what you are struggling with even in today’s stressful and challenging times.”
For more information, visit www.drrebeccathomas.com and https://www.cj3foundation.org/
Join for more discussion about the transformation of the inter-relational self.
The host Bill and the program's co host Mark as fellow Brain Injury Survivors will talk about their brain injuries and first issues they faced and how after years of therapy and work in dealing with these issues very well. Becoming very high functioning people ( With examples of other who have done the same with the same issues ) doing many activities while at the same time having to still deal with every once in a while a breaking down of long well built up coping strategies that work 99.9% of the time but in rare times the chicken wire of those strategies comes loose ( about every 3 to 5 years ) and old issues come out like a emotional volcano to the surface. The Hosts will also talk of caregivers support and how hard it can be for those in dealing with and understanding these issues that do pop up. As it is very hard to understand brain injury issues and its been found that even medical Pros like Doctors and Nurses untrained in Brain Injury do not get It so it's understandable the everyday person would not as well .Our co host Mark will give a run down of the area of the Brain that a lot of the issues come from in covering the Limbic system with the Impact per brain area in the Consequences of such and a Brain Injury explanation. Bill the program host will put forth a basic coping strategy to lesson this issue from happening and show in his ongoing dating how this is very very issue one would need to discuss when things start getting serious with a women at some point. After a hour or so we will take callers.
Please join Marsha Casper Cook and her special guest Heather Parker on Tuesday January 17th at 11:30 EST 10:30 CST 9:30 MT 8:30 PST for an informative discussion about life struggles and how to survive pressures and problems in a positive way.
About Heather Parker
Counselor, MA, LCMHC Certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist offering Supervision, Sensorimotor Consultation, as well as psychotherapy. The development of a gentle curiosity of one's internal experience becomes the basis for compassion and authentic expression. This contemplative relationship with the self can then begin to expand, with clarity and grace, the way in which we connect and relate to others. Therapeutic style tends toward interactive, while encouraging the client's inner consciousness to guide the process at a safe pace.
Karen Drennan-McEwan Ad. Dip. Cp., MNCS Acc. M.A Hons. https://karendrennanmcewan.com I am a Psychotherapist and Author implementing a tried and tested mind/body approach for chronic pain and illness, which is the result of some 12 years training and experience and 8 years research. It also incorporates the latest research on how pain impacts the brain. My particular expertise is in lupus, otherwise known as Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) or Discoid Lupus Erythematosus DLE) with systemic complications, along with other related and often co-morbid conditions such as fibromyalgia and Raynaud’s and Sjögren’s Syndromes: It is a holistic and multi-layered mind/body approach some of which is explored in my book “How to Stay Sane in Pain – Clarity, Resilience and Calm with Lupus“, which describes my own experience of a massive lupus flare and diagnosis of severe systemic lupus in 2012.
https://intentionallifecoaching.net Sallie Wagner — your Life Consultant and Alchemist, guiding you to identify and get rid of: Habits and behaviors that you keep trying to change — AGAIN Fears and phobias that drain your power Limiting beliefs and decisions that no longer move you in the direction of your goals I use EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), Evolved NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), and trauma-aware modalities so you will launch into action and gain access to rapid, concrete results NOW! As you ditch those unwanted habits, behaviors, fears, phobias, limiting beliefs and decisions, that hold you back from living your best life. EFT and eNLP are energy psychology/therapy approaches that let you get rapid results. You’ll make real change in your life, rather than relying on willpower — if it’s a matter of willpower, you’ve already lost the battle! You’ll be empowered by your success, as you discover your power and freedom to LIVE the life that makes YOU come alive!
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In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Spicer will discuss the perioperative management of NSCLC – focusing on how to choose which patients should get perioperative chemo/IO vs. ChemoRads and how to implement into daily practice.
Key Opinion Leader: Dr. Jonathan Spicer
Associate Professor of Surgery – McGill University. Medical Director MUHC Thoracic Oncology Network.
Co-director of the MUHC Thoracic Oncology Clinical trials Unit.
Host: Dr. Shaqil Kassam email@example.com Medical Oncologist Stronach Regional Cancer Centre, Newmarket, Ontario
Outline: 0:00 - Introductions 3:00 – New standard of care? 6:20 – Checkmate 816 – logistical consideration. 19:10 – Surgical downstaging 24:00 – Implementation into practice (Stage IIIs, EGFR, Follow up).
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Good evening everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio International. Our radio ministry works as one in Christ as team JESUS. Our hope is we reach people from every corner of every nation so that they may hear the Gospel and the true messaage of the cross.
To start out 2023, my January 'WAY OF HEALING' broadcast will examine Isaiah 61 and how the prophecy in this chapter was fulfilled by Jesus ... to bring His healing to our lives! We'll explore 4 aspects of Jesus' ministry within this beautiful chapter of Scripture: Jesus as Healer, Jesus as Deliver, Jesus as Comforter, and Jesus as Victor! We will break down each one of these aspects of Jesus’s character, and discuss how you can apply what the mean for you in your daily walk with the Lord, and in the process of your healing journey.
We thank you for listening and for your continued support as we share the Gospel into the world, God Bless You!
Millions tuned in to see the first images beamed back to Earth the night that NASA's Curiosity landed on Mars. We live-streamed with baited breath as Felix Baumgartner set world records with his freefall from the edge of space, and marveled at the news of a successful 36-hour face transplant. From astronomy to medicine and every discipline in between, science gets us talking in record numbers. Whether you know more about Big Bang Theory the TV show than you do the cosmological model, you'll find thousands of answers on BlogTalkRadio from scientists, historians, authors, TV stars and more about popular topics like biopharmaceuticals, hydroponics, geology, solar energy, climate change, forensics, creationism vs. evolution, quantum physics, stem cell research, even UFO and Bigfoot sightings. You'll also find a full range of mental-health discussions on seasonal affective disorder, behavioral therapy, depression, codependency, schizophrenia, parapsychology and everything else that may confound, and astound, us.