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56 minutes | 4 days ago
Arthritis: Exercise and Stem Cell Research
May is Arthritis Awareness Month! TRINA WIGGINS MD returns to share her best practices to manage arthritic pain while maintaining optimal fitness. She's a fitness expert, and Senior Olympics and Bodybuilding medalist. https://www.trinawiggins.com/ ANTHONY HARTLEY, MBA informs us about stem cell therapy and its potential use in treating arthritis pain and orthopedic conditions with the patient's own stem cells. https://www.medadvisor.co/ Health News You Can Use
60 minutes | 11 days ago
The Psychology of Empowerment
Empowerment is defined as the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one's life and claiming one's rights. The question is what does it take to become empowered? Is the desire for controlling one's life and claiming one's rights universal, or does it differ by society and culture? In this one hour, I interview Brian Gruber from his home on the island of Koh Phangan, Thailand. Brian just published his fourth book, co-authored, “Surmountable,” gathering stories of transcendence and transformation from activists, thought leaders, and witnesses to seismic political change. I discover what inspired Brian to write the book, and what cities and countries he visited in his research. I ask him about the big lessons he learned in people developing their sense of empowerment. And I probe his insights into how we take these lessons from history into our own lives so that we can be empowered to live our best lives. This is an eye-opening hour, where we enjoy the encyclopedic breadth of Brian's knowledge and experience in traveling to remote locations around the world to learn about what motivates people toward empowerment and change. Join us LIVE on radio/podcast and in video replay. https://gotohealthmedia.com/video.
56 minutes | 18 days ago
Writing Readably About Research - Professional Education
Research can indeed be complex and hard to understand. However, the writing about it should not add to the difficulty. In this webinar, Barbara Gastel, MD, MPH, who teaches science communication at Texas A&M University, will offer guidance on writing readably about research. As well as presenting general pointers on writing accessibly, the webinar will provide advice on preparing readable papers and proposals. It also will address writing understandably for general audiences and for non-native readers of English. Throughout, examples and guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control will be integrated. Whichever readerships you generally serve, this webinar can aid in communicating effectively.
55 minutes | 25 days ago
Build a Better Brain and 8 Weeks to Wellness
JULIA RUCKLIDGE, PHD presents How to Build a Better Brain with Nutrition. Instead of treating mental illness with medications, what if we changed what we eat and how we feed our brains? Prof Rucklidge describes practical ways to use nutrition to better feed the brain. https://thebetterbrainbook.com/.......... SHEILA Z STIRLING, PHD covers what changes in the season mean to changes in our bodies. How to enjoy Spring, with tips on allergies and reducing them. We discuss boosting your immune system to avoid seasonal viruses. https://www.truelife-solutions.com/8-week-wellness-program/
56 minutes | a month ago
Getting and Staying Fit and Healthy for Spring
This week we have three powerhouse experts discussing how to get and stay healthy for Spring. DR. TRINA WIGGINS, MD presents Staying Fit Through the Decades - simple steps for you to keep your body in shape. https://www.trinawiggins.com SHEILA Z STIRLING, PHD brings us Wellness Tips for Spring outlining changes in the season and keeping ourselves well. https://truelife-solutions.com DAVID SMITH, MDIV, guides us in Hiking Fitness, Health, and Safety - to enjoy the beautiful outdoors in health. https://lasvegasareatrails.com Join us as we shake off the long, cold, lonely, winter!
56 minutes | a month ago
ADHD Facts and Solutions - What We KNOW Today
SEGMENT 1: ADHD FACTS FROM WORLDWIDE RESEARCH Misconceptions about ADHD abound. Originally thought to be a disorder in young boys, scientific research has proven it exists equally in both genders, and is present throughout the life-span 67% of the time. With what we know now in science, it’s time to get the truth and facts out. The World Federation of ADHD, of which Dr. Faraone is current President, has published the International Consensus of 208 Conclusions about ADHD, its challenges and misunderstandings. Federation Members from around the world curated these findings with a strong evidence base. The empirically supported statements are approved by 80 authors from 27 countries on 6 continents, and also endorsed by 366 people who have read and agree with its content. We’ll be reviewing major findings from this collaboration. Join us as we learn the facts about ADHD, in children and adults, around the world. SEGMENT 2: FORGETFUL AND DISORGANIZED? OLD AGE OR ADHD? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is commonly associated with children who are inattentive, distractible, impulsive, and fidgety. However, ADHD persists for many children into adulthood and older age. Unfortunately few clinicians are aware of this lifelong disorder and easily discount memory and attention decline to getting older. ADHD in older adults occurs in approximately 3% of the population. Because they were likely not diagnosed earlier in life, troublesome symptoms may likely be attributed to old age rather than the underlying, lifelong, undiagnosed condition of ADHD. How and when to seek medical advice is discussed. For more information please visit: https://addadult.com/ SEGMENT 3 - ADHD PATIENT EDUCATION AND REMINDERS VIA 2-WAY TEXTING SOFIA (Simple Online Family Intervention for ADHD) SOFIA is an evidence-based health intervention to support families of children with ADHD. SOFIA sends reminders and educational messages about your child’s medication and treatment, how to handle daily activities, school, family relationships, and ADHD in general. A customized personal experience, SOFIA sends reminders and educational messages about your child’s medication and treatment, how to handle daily activities, school, family relationships, and ADHD in general. ADHD is a prevalent condition, affecting at least 10% of children and 5% of adults. If untreated, it is associated with a wide range of adverse outcomes including depression, bipolar disorder, addictions, criminality, car crashes, and traumatic brain injury, among many others. Despite strong evidence that medication treatment for ADHD is safe and effective and mitigates many of these very serious outcomes, adherence to treatment is extremely poor. We developed an APP based on text messaging called SOFIA (Simple Online Family Intervention Intervention for ADHD). It not only improves adherence, but also educates and supports patients and families with ADHD Visit https://mysofia.online/
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