Health organization seeking to cure and treat cancer
Spring has sprung this week on Authentically Detroit!Orlando sat down with Dr. Eddie Connor, Spokesman for the American Cancer Society, Author, and recipient of The President Obama Lifetime Achievement Award. The two discussed Eddie's journey as a cancer survivor and among many things, what it means to forgive.FOR HOT TAKES:DUGGAN PUTS CRIME ON RESIDENTS - TO THE TUNE OF $700,000 COOLEY HIGH SCHOOL REDEVELOPMENT PLAN REJECTED BY DETROIT SCHOOL BOARDFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Nicole Kerr MPH, RDN, BTDT, Award-winning health expert, a disabled Air Force Veteran, and NDE survivorAward-winning health expert Nicole Kerr is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-profit (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole's warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being.When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near-Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process.A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being. https://www.nicolekerr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nicole.a.kerrhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-kerr-8920438/https://www.instagram.com/nicole.angelique.kerr/
NPFX: The Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange
Getting started in peer-to-peer fundraising can be challenging for some nonprofits. But with careful planning, you can launch a P2P campaign that engages donors and increases fundraising revenue. In today's episode, our panel discusses how to start a P2P program from scratch, mistakes and opportunities to watch for, best practices for P2P, and more. Free 30-minute fundraising consultation for NPFX listeners: http://www.ipmadvancement.com/free Want to suggest a topic, guest, or nonprofit organization for an upcoming episode? Send an email with the subject "NPFX suggestion" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional Resources [NPFX] Improve Donor Retention and Engagement with P2P Fundraising https://www.ipmadvancement.com/blog/improve-donor-retention-and-engagement-with-p2p-fundraising IPM's free Nonprofit Resource Library: https://www.ipmadvancement.com/resources Sadé Dozan is the Chief of Operations and Development at Caring Across Generations, a national campaign of family caregivers, care workers, people with disabilities, and aging adults working to transform care. Through her decade-long career in organization resource-building and nonprofit development, she has worked to secure funds for inter-generational campaigns, health and community initiatives, as well as economic development pipelines. She brings with her a wealth of project management experience, institutional and donor relations, and fundraising systems development. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sade-dozan-cfre-9a496665/ https://caringacross.org/ Sarah Murry is a Digital Fundraising Consultant based in Atlanta, GA with more than 15 years of fundraising experience managing multi-million dollar campaigns, generating brand awareness, increasing digital revenue for organizations of all sizes, and developing high-performing teams. Sarah has worked for organizations such as Shriners Hospitals for Children, Autism Speaks, American Cancer Society, and BayCare Health System. She holds a Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) and brings extensive experience in event and relationship management, P2P activation, cross-channel collaboration, major gift fundraising, solicitation of corporate partnerships, and advocating for children and families. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahamurry23/ Russ Phaneuf, a co-founder of IPM Advancement, has a background in higher education development, with positions at the University of Hartford, Northern Arizona University, and Thunderbird School of Global Management. As IPM's managing director & chief strategist, Russ serves as lead fundraising strategist, award-winning content creator, and program analyst specializing in applied system dynamics. Rich Frazier has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. In his role as senior consultant with IPM Advancement, Rich offers extensive understanding and knowledge in major gifts program management, fund development, strategic planning, and board of directors development.
We meet our next guest, Michael Holtz, at a little Marriott in Knoxville. Michael's a Racine, Wisconsin native and moved down here to Knoxville many years ago so he's got strong Midwestern roots. His dad was a machinist, as was his grandfather. He had learned to read and write very early in age, so perhaps machinery was not in his future. In high school, he worked on the school's newspaper and that helped him land a job as an editor later on. What Michael never anticipated is that his writing would play a huge part in his story when he was diagnosed with cancer. Coincidentally enough, at the time he was working with the American Cancer Society, so he took it upon himself to deeply, and widely share his personal story. Michael is also a survivor of sexual abuse, and his sharing of that experience is an extremely powerful moment. We also talked about his relationship with his father and grandfather, and how forgiveness led him to write a 19 page letter to his father, and leave it at his gravesite. Michael really opens up and deeply shares with The Jar his life story, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.For behind the scenes content of the making of The Jar, meet the guests, see some footage of unreleased podcast episodes and more visit : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgTo be a guest on the show email us at email@example.com or visit our webpage : https://www.thejar.live/Follow The Jar on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Follow The Jar on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarDisclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
Did you know that the American Cancer Society publishes cancer stats every year? There's good news, bad news and everything in between. The Docs read the report, and are breaking it down for you this week. Tune in to find out what you should be paying attention to and how to keep your loved one's healthy, too. 3BD Episodes with Cancer Resources7 Steps to Reduce Cancer Cervical MonologuesFirst MammogramCheck Your Ta-tasProstate cancer live Part 1Prostate cancer live Part 2Resources:American Cancer Society Cancer stats 2023 slide deckJoin the Conversation! Follow us on social media!3 Black Docsfacebook.com/3blackdocstwitter.com/3blackdocsinstagram.com/3blackdocsDr. Karen Winkfieldfacebook.com/drkarenwinkfieldtwitter.com/drwinkfieldinstagram.com/drwinkfieldDr. Zanetta Lamarfacebook.com/drzanettainstagram.com/drzanetta
If you're under the age of 50, getting screened for colorectal cancer may not be on your radar. But recent data from the American Cancer Society suggests an alarming increase in younger people being diagnosed with more advanced stages of colorectal cancer. Why is this happening? What are the warning signs? We've got vital information for you from past guest experts to help you better understand that one of the deadliest cancers is also one of the most preventable.
Denver is the Mile High City. Literally, that means we are one mile closer to the sun and that much more vulnerable to skin cancer. But we don't talk about it! Maybe that's why 9News meteorologist Kathy Sabine never thought it would happen to her. But early last year she got the all-too-common diagnosis, and she knew her life was going to change. So how does a beloved TV personality deal with a problem like skin cancer? Host Bree Davies sits down with Kathy to talk about her treatment, the reaction from viewers, and why she's speaking out against the skin cancer stigma. Bree mentioned Westword's report on the Casa Bonita reopening event on Facebook. Wanna get yourself checked for skin cancer? The American Cancer Society and American Academy of Dermatology offer free screenings. For even more news from around the city, subscribe to our morning newsletter Hey Denver by texting “Denver” to 66866 Follow us on Twitter: @citycastdenver Chat with other listeners on reddit: r/CityCastDenver Leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418 Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Message In The Middle with Marianne
Join me in this captivating discussion with Carolyn Birrell as she talks about her journey "Walking with Fay" in the midst of her mother's Dementia. In this episode we will touch on:How a loved one's Dementia diagnosis can sneak up on youSigns of DementiaWhat a day in the life can look like while caring for someone with DementiaHighs and lows of caring for someone with DementiaLessons learned from the other side of the Dementia journeyWays to ease your interactions when dealing with someone who has DementiaWays to connect when you're dealing with someone who has DementiaCarolyn was a young retiree who had relocated after a successful career working for the American Cancer Society and then later, as a real estate agent. Soon after her move, she was faced with the realization that her mother had dementia and could no longer live by herself. As a result, Carolyn and her sister relocated their mother, and Carolyn spent the next eight years caring for her aging mom while learning all things dementia. As Carolyn was going through this journey, she journaled about her feelings and the interactions with her mom and eventually she used those journals to write the book, Walking with Fay. You can see more of Carolynn here:(4) Carolyn Birrell | FacebookCarolyn Birrell (@authorcarolynbirrell) • Instagram photos and videos(39) Carolyn Birrell | LinkedInCarolyn Birrell, Author | WALKING WITH FAY - a Memoir about Dementia, Idaho USA Connect with Marianne:Website: Message In The Middle with MarianneMessage In the Middle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/422430469323847/Email: Contact | Message In The Middle with Marianne
Katherine King, a licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a manner of the Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW), has twenty years of experience providing individual, family, and group psychotherapeutic treatment for children, teens, and adults. She has treated people with Clinical Depression, Anxiety and Panic Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Grief and Loss, Attachment Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, Personality Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Tourette Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Addiction, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Eating Disorders, Bi-Polar Disorder and more. Katherine has led therapeutic groups on countless topics, including social skills, anger management, positive parenting, building self-esteem, communication skills, relaxation techniques, healthy relationships, life transitions, pursuing your passions, optimism and positivity, building tools for self-calming, setting and holding boundaries, being your most authentic self and many more. Katherine brings the culmination of her vast experience and expertise to every group session she teaches. With a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master of Clinical Social Work, Katherine King is currently licensed as an ACSW, LCSW in both Florida and North Carolina. She is also a Certified Art Healer. In addition to treating clients in a private practice setting for ten years, Katherine worked for many years in a nonprofit setting treating children and teens. She has worked at a Hospice Children's Program, at an inpatient hospital, as an elementary school therapist, and as an Emergency Room Patient Advocate at The Cleveland Clinic in Florida. Katherine served as an individual therapist to students and teachers directly affected by the mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida, and is currently working with students and teachers affected by the school mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Katherine is a member of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). She volunteers teaching art therapy to residents at Transformation Village of Buncombe County. She manages a Question and Answer page at the nonprofit organization Arms Around Autism Spectrum Disorder. For many years, Katherine was a member of the International Critical Incident Stress Management Team, which provides trauma and crisis intervention to first responders following disasters and other traumatic incidents. Katherine has been a Disaster First Responder, was part of the Disaster Action Team, and a Shelter Manager for the American Red Cross for over 10 years. Katherine volunteered for several years as a Holiday Grief Camp Counselor for Hospice of the Treasure Coast, served on the Boards for the Port Saint Lucie, FL National Little League Association, and volunteered for many years for the March of Dimes, The Alzheimer's Association, The American Heart Association and The American Cancer Society. She and her Australian Shepherd, certified by Therapy Dog International, Inc., worked together as a team in diverse venues such as nursing homes, child welfare camps and weekly visits to the Autism Spectrum Disorders classroom at Palm Point Research School in Port Saint Lucie, FL. Perhaps most significantly, they spent many days assisting in Parkland, Florida immediately following the mass school shooting there. She opened The Blue Blanket to change the narrative from mental illness to mind wellness. She offers incredibly healing soul restoration retreats. Website: theblueblanket.org FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/634264848373695/?ref=share&mibextid=S66gvF LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/katherine-king-cosimano-acsw-lcsw-4862a5238 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-leonard-olsen/support
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NPFX: The Nonprofit Fundraising Exchange
Peer-to-peer fundraising can account for 10-50% of fundraising revenue for some nonprofits. Advantages of P2P include better donor engagement and retention, increased visibility and reach, and a more personalized donor experience. In today's episode, our panel discusses the benefits of P2P for nonprofits AND donors, pitfalls to watch out for, technologies and tools to help run better P2P campaigns, and more. Free 30-minute fundraising consultation for NPFX listeners: http://www.ipmadvancement.com/free Want to suggest a topic, guest, or nonprofit organization for an upcoming episode? Send an email with the subject "NPFX suggestion" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional Resources IPM's free Nonprofit Resource Library: https://www.ipmadvancement.com/resources Sadé Dozan is the Chief of Operations and Development at Caring Across Generations, a national campaign of family caregivers, care workers, people with disabilities, and aging adults working to transform care. Through her decade-long career in organization resource-building and nonprofit development, she has worked to secure funds for inter-generational campaigns, health and community initiatives, as well as economic development pipelines. She brings with her a wealth of project management experience, institutional and donor relations, and fundraising systems development. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sade-dozan-cfre-9a496665/ https://caringacross.org/ Sarah Murry is a Digital Fundraising Consultant based in Atlanta, GA with more than 15 years of fundraising experience managing multi-million dollar campaigns, generating brand awareness, increasing digital revenue for organizations of all sizes, and developing high-performing teams. Sarah has worked for organizations such as Shriners Hospitals for Children, Autism Speaks, American Cancer Society, and BayCare Health System. She holds a Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) and brings extensive experience in event and relationship management, P2P activation, cross-channel collaboration, major gift fundraising, solicitation of corporate partnerships, and advocating for children and families. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahamurry23/ Russ Phaneuf, a co-founder of IPM Advancement, has a background in higher education development, with positions at the University of Hartford, Northern Arizona University, and Thunderbird School of Global Management. As IPM's managing director & chief strategist, Russ serves as lead fundraising strategist, award-winning content creator, and program analyst specializing in applied system dynamics. Rich Frazier has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. In his role as senior consultant with IPM Advancement, Rich offers extensive understanding and knowledge in major gifts program management, fund development, strategic planning, and board of directors development.
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Dozie Oheri is the Founder and CEO of Choose To DO, Inc., a Houston, Texas based 501 (c)3 non profit organization that that helps youth with underutilized potential, empowers them and gives them the skills they need to succeed. Through programs like "Breaking the Cycle," Choose To DO, Inc. teaches inner city youth important skills like self-love and empowerment, leadership development and respect for their community in order to improve their outcomes. It is a mental health and wellness organization for youth aged 9-19. Millions of teens across the country experience low self esteem and nearly 20% experience depression before they reach adulthood.Dozie Oheri has a passion for service and years of experience in child development. Over the past few years, she has frequently volunteered her time to organizations for causes like Breast Cancer Awareness events, Relay for Life (a rally for the American Cancer Society), the Women's Shelter, the Make A Wish program and Dress for Success Worldwide. Dozie created this non profit just over 5 years ago to help youth successfully navigate life.In this episode, Dozie explains her why behind helping others, her journey from being bullied and having depression at a young age to her years of therapy, personal development and education and what currently motivates her and drives her service for helping youth in such a big way.This February, the State of Texas was pushed into crisis when a severe winter storm and electrical power outage resulted in mass shortages of food, water and heat.You can help Choose To DO, Inc. Support youth in Houston, TX by clicking here"I love helping others because it's who I am." -Dozie OheriCheck out Choose To DO's website herehttps://www.choosetodoinc.orgSupport the show
Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience
I got to interview Nicole Angelique Kerr. Nicole is an award-winning health expert Nicole Kerr is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. She is now the author of the best-selling book, You Are Deathless: A Near-death Experience Taught Me How to Live Fully and Not Fear Death. For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-proﬁt (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole's warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being. When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near-Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process. A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being. We spoke about: 7:30 Not ready for the abuse in US Air Force Academy. 9:45 Asking for a ride changed her life. 11:24 Being pronounced dead at the scene. In hospital for 4 months and 7 weeks in ICU. 13:10 Remembering going to the other side. 17:50 Getting rid of the pain. 27:30 Experiencing God on the other side. 32:00 Being honest about death. This episode is sponsored by Nova Zora Digital experts in digital marketing. *Disclaimer: The views and opinions on Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience are those of the guest's alone as their own, and the host's alone as his own. Information provided by the guest is fact checked to the best of our abilities. By providing background information to the show, the guest acknowledges that it is as accurate as possible. The show does not endorse, promote, or is in association with the guest's business interests.*
Otis Brawley is a globally-recognized expert in cancer prevention and control. He has worked to reduce overscreening of medical conditions, which has revolutionized patient treatment by increasing quality of life and reducing health disparities. Brawley's research focuses on developing cancer screening strategies and ensuring their effectiveness. He has championed efforts to decrease smoking and implement other lifestyle risk reduction programs, as well as to provide critical support to cancer patients and concentrate cancer control efforts in areas where they could be most effective. Brawley currently leads a broad interdisciplinary research effort on cancer health disparities at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, striving to close racial, economic, and social disparities in the prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer in the United States and worldwide. He also directs community outreach programs for underserved populations throughout Maryland. Brawley joined Johns Hopkins University as a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in 2019 from the American Cancer Society and Emory University. And he is the author of the book How We Do Harm. Topics covered in this episode: Respect in Medicine Medical Devices Cancer Screenings Minorities in Treatment Sources of Healthcare Disparities Health Insurance Diet and Physical Activity The Future Of Medicine Creating Trust Drug Company Data Managing Conflict of Interest Breast Cancer Screening Referenced in the episode: The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 174 | Overcoming Political Influence on Healthcare | John Abramson To learn more about Otis Brawley and his work, head over to https://research.jhu.edu/members/otis-brawley/ @otisbrawley __________________________________________________________ Amare's Happy Juice is a delicious combination of three popular products, including MentaBiotics, Edge and Energy+. Plus when you mix the three of them together, it creates one drink to help elevate your mood, crush your to-do list and enjoy every minute of the day. The three products that are in happy juice, boost mood and motivation, help to provide overall nourishment and help for your second brain a.k.a. your gut. It helps enhance mental performance and provides the fuel that you need for a highly productive day. Head to http://www.lindseyelmore.com/happyjuice to save $10 when you purchase the collection of Edge, MentaBiotics and Energy+ today! __________________________________________________________ Do you want to live a healthy lifestyle but you don't know where to find reliable health education, you don't have someone you can trust to lead you to which health and wellness options are out there. When you go to http://www.Wellnessmadesimple.us you can learn practical skills that you need to build a healthy lifestyle. You'll gain access to more than 85 videos, 11 hours of education and more education is always being added, and you'll join a community that has given more than 2400 positive reviews. All you have to do is get access, and right now we are offering half off of an annual subscription when you shop the code 2023Wellness and after that, watch the coursework, then implement daily changes positively transform your help you can feel better. Go to http://www.Wellnessmadesimple.us to get an annual subscription, and shop the code 2023Wellness for half off of your annual subscription. __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.
Alex McDaniel, playing for the American Cancer Society, and Kyle Bandujo, playing for Blessing in a Backpack Boerne, tackle some intense Scooby Doo mysteries! The theme is origins, as we cover S1E1 of What's New Scooby Doo, as well as a mystery that covers the origin story of the Mystery Machine! Cases: There's No Creature like Snow Creature; Riva Was Ragas; It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine Clues & Evidence: Chris Klug, Kevin Michael Richardson, James Cameron's Avatar, ski resort first aid, one-thousand-million, Lucite, Newark, The Voice, Lindsay Pagano, Egyptian themes, hydraulics, Engelbert Humperdinck, turtleneck, Transformers, froyo, Mach 5, lead — Thanks for listening to Meddling Adults! If you want to help the prize pool grow, become a member of our Patreon. If you want to learn more about the show or interact with us online, check out the links below: WEBSITE: meddlingadults.com TWITTER: twitter.com/meddlingadults INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/meddlingadults FACEBOOK: facebook.com/meddlingadults — CREDITS Creator/Host/Executive Producer: Mike Schubert Producer/Editor: Sherry Guo Music: Bettina Campomanes, Brandon Grugle Art: Maayan Atias, Kelly Schubert Web Design: Mike & Kelly Schubert
How can you be perfectly fine with cancer? If you have ever had the big “C” diagnosis, the words perfectly fine don't readily come to mind! Deb Krier had to work emotionally through her initial diagnosis of Stage 0 cancer that moved to Stage 4 triple positive breast cancer. She is now a coalition builder and warrior who is rewriting the playbook on how to live with cancer. Even after catastrophic complications from her first chemotherapy treatment, she maintained her sense of humor and continued to work. In fact, her work expanded and intensified with a renewed purpose. Like many who move through difficult experiences, Krier expanded her coaching business with a mission to ensure we are no longer just perfectly fine with cancer. Providing educational materials and support to those on similar journeys has now become her passion. What Krier did with her Cancer diagnosis is a beautiful example of how one can use a situation in life, whether good or bad, to propel one to action in an area that would normally not be pursued. The perfect time for this is at mid-career or the halftime of life. Deb was able to get beyond her fear and physical setbacks to move forward. She had both the skills and the passion that uniquely equipped her to help others. She does this through her website, TryingNotToDie.live (https://tryingnottodie.live/) which came out of her passion to help others live, not die. Full article & video here: https://goalsforyourlife.com/perfectly-fine/
In episode 6, we recognize World Cancer Day by discussing two articles that were recently published that speak on new data coming out of the American Cancer Society stating a sharp decline in cancer-related deaths as well addressing cancer care inequities and challenges to better treatment strategies for the African American population. Listen as we give our critical take on these two topics and provide insights to the historical aspects of cancer care in the U.S., where we currently find ourselves as early-in-career researchers, and how we plan to use our knowledge and networks to advance cancer health equity in the future. Please continue to like, share, and comment as we round out season 3. If there are any topics that you would like us to cover, please reach out to us on any of our social media platforms. Thank you for your support! Resources: • Addressing the Continued Existence of Racial Inequities in Cancer Care • The Surprising Reason for the Decline in Cancer Mortality
Warning: YouTube, Big Pharma, and Deep State media entities have banned this presentation and the documentary. Mr. Griffin marshals the evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease - like scurvy or pellagra - aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in our modern diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile. This story is not approved by orthodox medicine. The FDA, the AMA, and The American Cancer Society have labeled it fraud and quackery. Yet the evidence is clear that here, at last, is the final answer to the cancer riddle. Why has orthodox medicine waged war against this non drug approach? The author contends that the answer is to be found, not in science, but in politics - and is based upon the hidden economic and power agenda of those who dominate the medical establishment. This is the most complete and authoritative treatise available on this topic.
Unconditioning: Discovering the Voice Within
Nicole Kerr is an award-winning health expert Nicole Kerr is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-profit (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole's warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being. When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near-Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process. A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being. https://www.nicolekerr.com/ Download a free chapter or get a copy of my book You Are Deathless: A Near Death Experience Taught Me How to Fully Live and Not Fear Death
Hailey Adams was 3 years old when her older sister Hannah was diagnosed with a Wilms Tumor. Even though she was so young , Hailey remembers watching her older sister go through such a tough but ultimately successful cancer battle. 3 years later at the age of 6, Hailey began her advocacy work for Pediatric Cancer by joining the American Cancer Society's Relay For LIfe.Now 17 years old and a High School Senior, Hailey has continued her advocacy work on many levels and is also completing her 1 year term as Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen..
1 in 250 males will develop testicular cancer in their lifetime. While testicular cancer is not very common, the cancer has increased over the last few decades. The American Cancer Society predicts that there will be 9,190 new cases of testicular cancer in the US in 2023.
"Don't Be Afraid To Talk About Your Problems". Those were the words of the late Jack Nathan pictured here. A vital young man who wrestled with anxiety and depression who passionately championed talking about mental illness to let others know they were not alone. His parents David and Bradi Nathan and his sister Drew are keeping his mission alive. David and Bradi joined me live on The Debbie Nigro Show said, "Jack left us suddenly and accidentally on 7/3/20 at the age of 19, due to fentanyl poisoning. He was a survivor of mental illness- not a victim." Before passing, Jack had created “HappyJacksWorld” to raise awareness and fund access to mental health resources. Happy Jack IS Jack Nathan. In his honor, his family is continuing his mission to continue supporting those who struggle with mental health. On Happy Jacks World website you'll find merchandise with the signature Happy Jack Logo you can purchase to show your support. 15% of each HJ sale is donated. Jack's parents want to be sure you know we can all make life better for kids like Jack and ask that we all help keep Jack's legacy and mission alive. I welcome the opportunity to help and share Jacks' message. I always welcome the opportunity to talk about mental health, a topic that was insanely taboo and 'hush hush' in the years I was growing up watching so many struggle. To be human is to struggle but some struggle more than others. Thankfully we continue to become educated about the brain and how it works so we can undertstand how to better help others we care about and give them more hope and inspiration. Happy Jack Donations have been made to the following Foundations in Jack's memory and in their commitment to help all: Active Minds, Child Mind Institute, Born this Way Foundation, Runway of Dreams, Riley's Dance, JaneStrong, Lean on Me, Denver University, American Cancer Society and Release Recovery Foundation.
Julie gives Ravi some potentially life saving tips on cancer screening and prevention.
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/RqtfeuloARo National Big Wig Day is an annual celebration occurring on the last Friday of January. This year it falls on January 27. It's a special day that allows anyone not only a place for special recognition as a “big wig” but also for them to showcase their fun sides by donning their favorite silly wigs. Just as people show off those wigs, the goal is to encourage as many people as possible to donate to the activities of the American Cancer Society, to fight the scourge of cancer. People are encouraged to donate as little as $1 for this cause. National Chocolate Cake Day celebrates the cake more people favor. And more often than not, we celebrate our special occasions like anniversaries, birthdays and weddings with cake. Why not enjoy chocolate cake on January 27th every year? It's also National Fun at Work Day! As if Fridays couldn't get any better around the office, National Fun at Work Day falls on the last Friday of January! Whether you work for a small office or a large organization, injecting fun into the workplace is a great way to bond with coworkers, boost team morale, gain inspiration, and even increase productivity. National Fun at Work Day was created to foster happiness and humor in the office and bring employees together. So, rally your coworkers and bosses and brainstorm ways to best celebrate. Tony Maietta will be stopping by! Tony Maietta arrived in Los Angeles in the 1990s as a fresh faced twenty-something, eager to discover the “classic' Hollywood that he fell in love with as a child.
Who ya gonna call? The LA Ghostbusters! Deuce Gaspard & Lindsey Luquette of the local Ghostbusters fan group are live in studio to talk about what it takes to be a Ghostbuster. They also talk about their next event marching in the Chewbacchus Parade, and many others, as well as their incredible work with the American Cancer Society, Special Olympics, Childrens Hospital, and so many more great causes. If you want to find out if you have what it takes to be a member, or if you want to book them for an event, or find out where they'll be next. Find them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter at LA Ghostbusters or www.laghostbusters.org In Top Nerd News we dissect the new Mandalorian Season 3 trailer, we get an update on the D&D OGL debacle, and we prepare for the END OF THE WORLD on FEBRUARY 1st....we are going to live thru an 80's movie....specifically, "Night of the Comet". Later we discuss why it is that everyone hates "Velma", and rumors of a new Friday the 13th reboot by the original producer who also wants to reboot the 80's flick "House". D-Squared gives you the roadmap on how to appropriately recreate an iconic show or song....looking at you Cole Swindell.All that and more on The Week in Geek with D Squared. Sunday nights at 7pm on WRNO.com and the Free iHeart Radio App. If you want to be on the show or just leave a comment, go to Newstalk 99.5 WRNO or The Week in Geek on the iHeart Radio App and Click the Red Microphone Button to leave a 30 second message! Make sure you Click the SUBSCRIBE button so you never miss a new episode. Follow us on Twitter @TWIGradio and The Week in Geek on Instagram. 1/22/23
Young Entrepreneur Mindset Podcast
The former Ms. Continental America 2008, Gail Kasper, is an actress, comedian and late-night television host of Raw Reality With Gail Kasper. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Gail is also the Host of the Philadelphia Visitors Channel, the spokesperson for the Philadelphia Airport, a Life-Business-Fitness-Nutrition Coach, and author of multiple life and self-help audio books available on iTunes. Her latest creation is the Selfie Fitness Challenge Full-Body Workout System. Gail has earned the rankings of an in-demand national media personality who has been the topic of discussion on Regis and Kelly and has made numerous appearances on national and network affiliates that include ABC, FOX, CW11, Comcast, and CBS, where she co-hosted the Emmy award-winning America's TVJobNetwork. She plays diversified roles as the star of the late-night show Raw Reality where she branded such characters as Clyde, Candi, and Monique - regular guests on the show. A former Contributing Editor to Success Magazine with the "Ask Gail" column and host of the "Ask Gail" segment on the Comcast morning show, Gail's other accolades include being selected as a national Top 5 Finalist for the 2010 Wilhelmina Shape Magazine/Men's Fitness Magazine Fitness Body Competition, Philadelphia's Sexiest Single 2008, and Model for The Beautiful Posters, an initiative that supports our Troops, Animal Welfare, and Going Green. Gail's expertise extends to the business world where her talents have been utilized by individuals and organizations as a motivational speaker, corporate trainer, and the creator of SAD-T(TM) (Systematic Attitude Development-Technique(TM)). Through her Systematic Attitude Development-Technique(TM) (SAD-T(TM)), Gail has transformed her life. Starting her business from a one-bedroom apartment with no money and no clients to becoming one of America's most sought-after Life Strategy and group Performance Experts. Executives, Professional Athletes, Sports Teams, Fortune 500 Companies, and Ivy League Universities have adopted Gail's methods with proven results. As the founder and Executive Director of the Make a Decision to Win Foundation, she volunteers her time to empower challenged adults and students to find the greatness within themselves. Thousands of students have benefited from Gail's message and generosity with over $35,000 in book donations and speaking engagements. A strong supporter of our Troops, Gail has given nearly $100,000 in speaking engagements, coaching, appearances, and product donations to our Troops and their families. To date, over 21,000 posters have been shipped overseas. She has also supported multiple charities including the Police Athletic League, the American Cancer Society, the USO, Pennsylvania's Dog Law Enforcement Team, and multiple rescues and animal groups. As the owner of two rescued Basset Hounds, Apollo and Winslow, Gail is the founder of Pawtographs®, a foundation whose primary focus is animal welfare and rescue issues. Within this role, Gail initiated H.RES. 63 for a National Animal Rescue Day. With her tireless efforts, in 2008, Gail was awarded the distinguished honor of Woman of the Year, based on her accomplishments and contributions to society by the ABI International Board of Review which represents over 6000 panelists in over 75 countries. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yourpodcaster/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yourpodcaster/support
Hannah Adams began her Pediatric Cancer advocacy work when she was just 8 years old, becoming the youngest captain in Florida for the Relay For Life event that is sponsored by the American Cancer Society. That was followed up by her being chosen at the age of 12 to be the National Youth Ambassador for Hyundai Motors for their Hope on Wheels Program. Hannah will talk about her incredible advocacy work for Pediatric Cancer, which was preceded by her own battle with a Wilms Tumor when she was 5 1/2 years old. Hannah is now a sophomore at the University of Alabama, is the reigning Miss Birmingham, and has previously been voted the outstanding Teen in Florida and the outstanding National Teen by the Miss America organization.
Cancer mortality rates have fallen by one-third since the early 1990s, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. When you zoom in, the picture becomes a little more complicated. Plus, Americans are spending more than they earn. And, the price of eggs is still sky high. Guests: Axios' Kelly Tyko, Emily Peck and The Atlantic's Derek Thompson. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Erica Pandey, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Lydia McMullen-Laird, Fonda Mwangi and Alex Sugiura. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at email@example.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go Deeper: The Surprising Reason for the Decline in Cancer Mortality Egg prices expected to drop after a year of increases Americans spend more than they make as high prices pinch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's Wednesday, January 18th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark Muslims bombed Congo church service, killing 17 and injuring 39 A bomb went off on Sunday during a church service at an Evangelical church in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa. Forces allied with the Islamic State took responsibility for the attack which killed at least 17 people and wounded 39 more. Churches in the central African nation face extreme pressure from Islamic groups. Militants are known to raid villages, destroy church buildings, and kill hundreds of Christians. Last week, Voice of the Martyrs added the Congo to its list of most dangerous countries for Christians in its 2023 Global Prayer Guide. China's bleak economic future because of previous one-child policy China's population officially dropped for the first time since 1961, according to new figures released yesterday. Compared to 2021, the number of people in the country dropped by 850,000 last year, and over a million fewer babies were born. China's death rate was up to 7.37 deaths per 1,000 people, the highest it's been since the Cultural Revolution in 1974. The effects of China's former one-child policy and 400 million aborted babies are expected to continue such population decline. The fast-aging population also indicates a bleak economic outlook for China. Proverbs 1:31 says of those who reject the fear of God, “they shall eat the fruit of their way, and have their fill of their own devices.” British teacher's union targets Christian math teacher The U.K.'s Teaching Regulation Agency is seeking to remove a Christian math teacher from his profession. In 2017, the Cherwell School in Oxford dismissed Joshua Sutcliffe for allegedly “misgendering” a student. In other words, the teacher referred to the student by their biological sex. The school took further offense at Sutcliffe's opposition to faux homosexual marriage. The Evangelical teacher was also running a voluntary Bible club attended by over one hundred students which Cherwell shut down. Sutcliffe told Christian Concern the school publicly shamed him for his actions. SUTCLIFFE: “I've been sat in detention now for six days. And it's like solitude. It's like I'm being publicly shamed. I'm seeing my students that I see every day. I'm thinking, ‘Well, what am I supposed to do? I've been asked to sit here. I listened to the instructions of the head. What am I supposed to do?' I'm just sat in the office.” 11 Reps. and 2 Senators in U.S. Congress are homosexual or bisexual A new study by the Pew Research Center found the 118th U.S. Congress has a record number of members who openly identify with sexually perverted lifestyles. Two senators and 11 House representatives now say they are “lesbian, gay, or bisexual” up from only one Congress member nearly forty years ago. Eleven of the openly homosexual members are Democrat; two are Independent, and one is Republican. 64th city declares itself Sanctuary City foe the Unborn Last Thursday, the City Council of Little River-Academy in Texas unanimously approved a Sanctuary City for the Unborn ordinance. It's the 64th city in the nation to do so. The ordinance bans abortions and abortion drugs within city limits. The measure also prohibits killing unborn babies that are residents of the city regardless of where the abortion would take place. Texas abortions have dropped by 99% Meanwhile, abortions in the Lone Star State have dropped by 99% since the overturning of Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022. New Texas health data show the state had 2,596 abortions in June, 68 in July, and only three in August. Inflation eased up slightly The U.S. government reports inflation eased up slightly last month. December's Consumer Price Index decreased to 6.5% compared with a year before. It marks the sixth straight month of inflation decline. The falling cost of gasoline made up the largest decline in the price index. U.S. cancer deaths down 33% A new study from the American Cancer Society found that cancer deaths in the U.S. are down 33% over the last 30 years. The study estimated this has meant 3.8 million fewer deaths. Cancer mortality rates peaked in the 1990s. Since then, the rates have been coming down with better cancer detection and treatment. McManus interview of Eric Metaxas on Letter to the American Church On today's edition of Generations Radio, I guest host for Kevin Swanson to interview Eric Metaxas, the author of a new book entitled Letter to the American Church. Listen to his comparison between the German church in the Nazi era and the American church today. METAXAS: “The parallels are astonishing! And it's why I had to write this book because I said, ‘Knowing what I know, having written the book on Bonhoeffer, being familiar with what happened in Germany in the 30s, I see such clear parallels with the American church today.' I said, ‘I've absolutely got to write this book. “First of all, you have a Christian nation that is secure in its cultural Christianity, that cannot even begin to imagine the evil that lies ahead, and is therefore absolutely slow in seeing what is happening, and where the silence of the church is leading. In other words, the German church could see bad things, but they thought, ‘You know what? It's not our role to speak up. We're not supposed to be political, Romans 13.' “They had all exactly the same excuses that American Christian leaders have today in being quiet and saying that ‘that's not our lane.' What followed, because of their silence, is one of the most unimaginable horrors in history!” Take a listen to the whole interview at Generations.org/radio. 40 Indiana prisoners came to Christ and got baptized And finally, a sheriff's department in Indiana celebrated the baptisms of over 40 incarcerated men and women at the end of last year. A post from the Decatur County Sheriff's Department said, “Chaplain Dave Burnett . . . baptized nearly 40 men and women after a personal, public profession of Jesus Christ in their lives. Over the past four years, nearly 300 men and women have given their lives to Jesus Christ while incarcerated at the Decatur County Detention Center. All glory to GOD!” Jesus said in Luke 15:17, “I tell you, there will be more joy in Heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Wednesday, January 18th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
"My why is bigger than myself. My why is for all the people I'm racing for and raising funds for. My why is for all the angels on my angel list. And my why is for everyone that's been told they can't do something. Because who says you can't?" Last month, professional runner Keira D'Amato hosted a week's worth of giveaways on Instagram. The fifth and final prize: an appearance on the Ali on the Run Show! The giveaway received 550 entries, and after reading every single one of them (twice!), Keira and I selected 24-time marathoner and 20-time Ironman triathlete Kristin McQueen as the winner. Meet Kristin. She's a 43-year-old from Illinois, and she is living with trigeminal neuralgia — a chronic illness she calls "Stabby Joe." ("They say it's the worst pain known to man," says Kristin, who is in near-constant pain.) In 2003, Kristin was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and since then, she's had more than 30 surgeries, including dozens of brain surgeries. She has had to re-learn how to walk and ride a bike, she has a paralyzed vocal cord, she lost hearing on her right side, and she can only see out of her left eye. Her medical history is long and complicated — but she's never stopped fighting. In addition to her many athletic accomplishments, Kristin has also raised nearly $210,000 for the American Cancer Society. (You can donate here.) All that, plus a 15-minute catch-up with Keira (she's officially in training mode!) to kick things off. SPONSORS: goodr: Use code ONTHERUN for free shipping on your entire order Tracksmith: New customers, use code ALINEW for $15 off your first Tracksmith order over $75. Returning customers, use code ALIGIVE for free shipping, plus a portion of the proceeds from your order will be donated to Moms Demand Action. Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
We have a special guest in this week's episode, Danielle Breezy, Nashville News 2 Chief Meteorologist. Danielle shares her story of how she got started in the field and the challenges she has faced along the way. From her early days of studying meteorology to her current role as a respected forecaster in Nashville (and on Good Morning America), she discusses the skills and knowledge required to be a successful meteorologist and how she navigates the ever-changing world of weather. Tune in to hear the inspiring story of how Danielle turned her passion for the weather into a successful career and the lessons she learned along the way. Whether you're a student or professional looking to have a television career or simply a weather enthusiast, this interview is a valuable resource for anyone looking to build a successful career.About Danielle:Danielle Breezy joined News 2 as Chief Meteorologist in July 2016. Her passion for weather started when she was a child. She grew up outside of Philadelphia and saw everything from blizzards to ice storms to tornadoes.Then, in eighth grade, a local tv meteorologist visited her school to talk about the weather and from that day forward, she knew she too would be a meteorologist.She pursued her dream by studying atmospheric science at Cornell University. Go Big Red!After that, it was stops in Salisbury, Oklahoma City, Dallas, and Boston before landing in Nashville.Danielle has the CBM (Certified Broadcast Meteorologist) Seal, which is the highest seal a meteorologist can have, and currently is on the Chair of American Meteorological Society Board of Broadcast for 2022. In 2021, she was honored by the American Meteorological Society with the June Bacon-Bercey Award for Broadcast Meteorology for her life saving work covering the Middle Tennessee tornado outbreak in March 2020. She was also named one of Nashville Business Journal's 40 under 40 in 2020.In her spare time, her number one priority is giving back. She is the spokesperson for the Nashville St. Jude Dream Home Campaign. She is also heavily involved with the American Lung Association, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, and the Nashville Humane Association. She loves visiting schools and inspiring kids to pursue math and science careers.On a personal note, she is married to Joe Breezy who does middays at Hot 106.7 and is also the brand manager.About Renaissance Marketing Group: Renaissance Marketing Group is a full-service social media marketing agency based in Nashville. The Renaissance team is made up of a talented group of passionate creatives and marketers, committed to the success of their clients and passionate about helping business owners succeed. Founded in December 2014, the female-founded company delivers proven social media marketing results. Their services include social media management, content creation, paid digital advertising, email and SMS Text marketing, influencer marketing, graphic design, branding, professional photography and videography, TikTok and Reels creation, digital marketing strategy, podcast production, and more. Renaissance is committed to influencing optimal revenue and online growth, while exceeding their client's expectations. In 2021, Renaissance announced the launch of their nonprofit, The Mona Lisa Foundation. The Mona Lisa Foundation was created from a love and passion for supporting women on their entrepreneurial journeys and focuses on offering mentorship, marketing, and business education, grant money, and community to Nashville-based female business owners. Learn more: www.renaissancemarketinggroup.com Join Us For The Renaissance Women's Summit on February 25th in Nashville.Get Tickets: www.renaissancewomenssummit.com
We wrap up our special series on the Medical Industrial Complex with G. Edward Grifin. Mr. Griffin talks about the book he originally released in 1974 titled "World Without Cancer: The Story of Vitamin B17." Mr. Griffin marshals the evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease - like scurvy or pellagra - aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in our modern diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile. This story is not approved by orthodox medicine. The FDA, the AMA, and The American Cancer Society have labeled it fraud and quackery. Yet the evidence is clear that here, at last, is the final answer to the cancer riddle. Why has orthodox medicine waged war against this non drug approach? The author contends that the answer is to be found, not in science, but in politics - and is based upon the hidden economic and power agenda of those who dominate the medical establishment. This is the most complete and authoritative treatise available on this topic.Book link: https://www.amazon.com/World-Without-Cancer-Story-Vitamin/dp/0912986190Miracle Farming Bitter Apricot Seeds: https://www.amazon.com/Apricot-California-Pesticide-Herbicide-Free-Resealable/dp/B07J66WVXYEmail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: thefacthunter.com
Cancer deaths in the United States have dropped 33% the past three decades, according to a report from the American Cancer Society. Cervical cancer rates dropped 65% for women in their early 20s, but there are troubling signs as well. Advanced prostate cancer diagnoses have risen roughly 4.5% annually since 2011. Karen Knudsen of the American Cancer Society joined Amna Nawaz to discuss the study. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Near-death experience guest 610 is Nicole Angelique Kerr who when she was a 19 year old cadet at the US Air Force Academy had a transformative NDE experience. Award-winning health expert Nicole Kerr is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-profit (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole's warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being. When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process. A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a part-time private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being. Nicole's Website https://www.nicolekerr.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/support
Cancer deaths in the United States have dropped 33% the past three decades, according to a report from the American Cancer Society. Cervical cancer rates dropped 65% for women in their early 20s, but there are troubling signs as well. Advanced prostate cancer diagnoses have risen roughly 4.5% annually since 2011. Karen Knudsen of the American Cancer Society joined Amna Nawaz to discuss the study. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
After hurting his leg as a sophomore in high school during a school football game in 2010, Ian Lock went to his pediatrician who saw a dark spot on his leg while examining him. This spot turned out to be Osteosarcoma. Ian went through the usual difficult treatment for this most common form of bone cancer, and fortunately he did not suffer a relapse which so many Osteosarcoma patients do.Ian then decided to become an advocate through the American Cancer Society for Pediatric Cancer while still in high school and then while in college, decided to do research on such pediatric cancers as Hepatoblastoma, Leukemia , and Osteosarcoma.Ian is now going after his PHD in Molecular Cancer Biology from Duke University and his career path is geared towards in some way helping Pediatric Cancer patients find an easier path to handle their own cancer battles.
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Harry Hoxsey brought forth his "Hoxsey Therapy" or "Hoxsey Method", an alternative medical treatment promoted as a cure for cancer. The treatment consists of a caustic herbal paste for external cancers or an herbal mixture for "internal" cancers, combined with laxatives, vitamin supplements, and dietary changes.American Cancer Society 501 C3: https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/display_990/131788491/03_2021_prefixes_11-16%2F131788491_201912_990_2021030217777847Free online video - How Healing Becomes a Crime: https://youtu.be/B9CvND_UykQCheck out our website: thefacthunter.comEmail Us: email@example.com
Rat Race Reboot - with Laura Noel
Laurie-Ann Murabito is a Speaking Coach, Business Strategist and Reformed painfully shy gal who works with motivated business owners to leverage speaking opportunities to get credibility, sell out their high-end programs and monetize their authority. She is here today to have a conversation about how she got started and how learning public speaking skills will improve your life in so many facets. Laurie-Ann combines her years as an award-winning professional speaker, executive leadership coach and having started three successful businesses from the ground up. Besides helping her clients get positioned as the expert in their industry and building a profitable business that aligns with their purpose; she's the best-selling author of two books. A few of her clients are Johnson & Johnson, American Cancer Society, Baystate Wealth and Bali Mastermind by Sabrina Philipp. To Learn More About Laurie-Ann Murabito, visit her website: https://www.speakandstandout.com/ Listen to Laurie-Anne's Podcast, ‘Be In Demand with Laurie-Ann Murabito': https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/be-in-demand-with-laurie-ann-murabito/id1524969833 Book a Chat with Laura: https://lauranoelcc.com/calendar Funding available for coaching https://www.eazeconsulting.com/apply?cl=GKKAY&ag=VAIHGCCG7B Check Out My Website: https://www.ratracereboot.com/ Connect With Laura at: https://www.stretchintosuccess.com/ratracereboot/ Watch/Listen to the Show on: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoc1sIm3AlUCrmcaFyZaFbw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RatRaceReboot Podbean: https://infogtu.podbean.com/ #Laurie-annemurabito #publicspeaking #RatRaceReboot #Mindset #LawOfAttraction #StretchIntoSuccess #ParadigmShift
Rarely do we get to speak with people who are saving lives. Every day. Navid Alipour and his team are some of these people. Why? His life was changed when his wife faced cancer. Join this discussion for hope. David talks with Navid about two companies he cofounded, not just funded, CureMetrix and CureMatch. The AI technology behind these ventures was developed by some of today's greatest minds to improve disease detection and cancer survival rates across the globe. Cancer is a vicious demon that consumes an estimated 1,670 lives a day in America. It continues to be the second most common cause of death in the US, after heart disease. A total of 1.9 million new cancer cases and 609,360 deaths from cancer are estimated to have occurred in 2022 (American Cancer Society). Navid shares candidly how he and his teams pursue these solutions. Some are awaiting the U.S. government's full blessing, but are available to people worldwide today. The stories are touching. The hope is real. Although a primary focus of these companies is breast cancer, the impact of the seeds Navid and his cofounders have planted is sprouting into a crop of cancer fighting tools the world has never seen before. Learn more about his story and their progress by meeting Navid on this podcast. You might have a friend or colleague in the future who will benefit from you sharing what you discover. Navid Alipour is the Chief Executive Officer at AI Med Global, a company focused on Artificial Intelligence Technology that improves healthcare and helps save lives. AI Med Global is a roll-up of two companies Navid cofounded, CureMetrix and CureMatch. He is also a founder of AI focused VC fund, Analytics Ventures. Spotify Apple Podcast Google Podcast Manage2Win ------- This Manage 2 Win Podcast episode is brought to you by Habitly. I (David) review Habitly best practices regularly, and teach these essential people skills to clients weekly. This advice has changed my life, and made millions for our clients. I started developing Habitly content in 2004. Habitly's powerful best practices have now been taught to thousands of people worldwide. For instance, you can learn how to Create time in your day; Get more from meetings; Stay calm; Achieve significant targets; and Become a great leader. Simply study and apply the expert knowledge provided in Habitly courses and micro-learning episodes. Whether you're just out of college, or someone with over 20 years work experience, learn the habits of highly successful people on Habitly. Test drive Habitly for 7 days on us! This includes full access to the entire Habitly knowledgebase – www.habitly.com.
In the western school of thought, we are made to believe to fear death. But, as I get into within many of the podcasts here on this show, we are not the physical vessels we call "bodies," we are truly spirit form. WE NEVER DIE! In today's episode we have a conversation with Nicole Kerr about her truly remarkable "near death experience." She details this in her #1 Best Selling Book - You are Deathless. On top of being a great author of her own book - You are Deathless, Nicole is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-profit (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole's warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being. When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near-Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process. A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a part-time private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being. Nicole's Contact Info: https://www.nicolekerr.com My website: https://ungraduated.com Ungraduated Book: https://www.amazon.com/Ungraduated-Finding-dropping-outdated-systems-ebook/dp/B09SXCBY6R/ref=sr_1_1?crid=28QTYUU7T5BN4&keywords=ungraduated+book&qid=1655499090&sprefix=ungraduate%2Caps%2C122&sr=8-1 Join the Ungraduated Living Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/454790476338234
The TSET Better Health Podcast
Smoking rates in Oklahoma are dropping to historic lows, but they continue to rank high among the 50 states and vaping is still a persistent problem, especially among youth. This TSET Better Health Podcast episode takes a look at efforts to lower tobacco and vape use in our state heading into 2023 with guests Matt Glanville of the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network, Paola Klein of the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, and Mayra Amezcua and Lacey Laymon with TSET Healthy Youth Initiative's YAHL program who discuss their motivations for tackling tobacco and vape use in their local schools and communities.
Beauty Business Game Changer Podcast
Join the free Facebook group to meet other go-getter professionals like yourself www.facebook.com/groups/salonandsuitebusiness Listen to the full episode to learn from Ohio's #1 salon and spa with six locations and a yoga studio. Debbie Penzone, president and CEO of Penzone Salon and Spa, shares their outstanding business's beginning and rebranding. Raised in a tight-knit family in a small town, Debbie is passionate about giving back, from leading a nonprofit board to driving to the hospital and taking the time to style a cancer patient. Debbie donates a considerable amount of time serving on the boards of several industry, nonprofit and charitable organizations, including: ▪ Vice President of the International SalonSpa Business Network ▪ Member of Intercoiffure and the Professional Beauty Association ▪ Childhood League Assisting Board XII ▪ American Heart Association Board Member ▪ Franklin Park Conservatory Sustaining Board Member Formerly: ▪ Responsible RestartOhio Personal Services Advisory Group Chairperson ▪ Childhood League Center President ▪ Women's President Organization Board Member ▪ A Kid Again Board Member ▪ American Cancer Society Board Member ▪ Dress for Success Board Member ▪ Haven of Hope Board Member ▪ SAKS Fifth Avenue External Advisory Board Member Debbie founded Earth Angels, which donates money to causes from fighting cancer to empowering girls. She recently opened a new fund at The Columbus Foundation called the "LIT LOVE LIFE + YOGA Fund," which supports wellness in all forms throughout Columbus. She established the Charles Penzone Mother-Daughter Spa Day with A Kid Again, pampering teen cancer patients and their mothers for nearly 20 years. She helped the American Cancer Society develop its "Look Good, Feel Better" program and is an active supporter of Pelotonia and Komen Race for the Cure. Debbie also authored "Debbie's Club™: Discovering MyTrueBeauty™ for Girls," an interactive workbook to inspire girls to recognize their unique inner beauty. She is a certified yoga instructor and meditation guide, a marathon runner, a cyclist, a vegan, an optimist, a traveler, an art lover, and a fashion enthusiast. In addition, Debbie is a devoted wife to her husband, Charles, chairman and founder of Charles Penzone Incorporated. When not leading the business, you'll likely find her cooking a new recipe in the kitchen, laughing with her husband, or on a yoga mat. https://www.penzonesalons.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jennifer-alvarez0/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennifer-alvarez0/support
Everyday Happiness - Finding Harmony and Bliss
Hey there, I'm Angela Germano and today I am sharing my big thing -- my big thing that is bringing me happiness right now, and I hope it inspires you. Transcript Hey there. You're listening to Everyday Happiness with Katie Jefcoat. But today I'm Angela Germano taking over. Katie asked me, what do you do now that brings happiness? What is your big thing? Come on now. It's doing the show. It's doing Everyday Happiness to chat with you. I mean, you've all been so fabulous to me and I love it. So very grateful to be here this week. So, to answer Katie's questions, what brings me happiness? I think the biggest thing I do now that brings me happiness is well, it sounds a bit different, but I'm just being honest. It's my thing. I do whatever I want to do at the moment. Yeah, that's my thing. That's what I'm going with. I wrote about this in my first collaborative book called Women Who Illuminate. My story is called Rooted. Doing my thing makes me happy. It gets my juices flowing. It's a mindset and empowering way of being that's rooted in self care and feels really incredible to the core. If it's great driving weather, well, then I'm taking a drive. Music blasting, windows down, carefree joyride while singing my heart out and car dancing. Sometimes my thing is getting routine massages on customer appreciation day at the spa so I can spin wheels, talk about holistic health, play games and win prizes like oils and stretches. I mean, I get my happiness on by going to the doctors for checkups because I can. You know, I'm fortunate enough to have good healthcare as a teacher, and I'm going to use it. I chat with friends on the phone. I chat with strangers, I bike ride, I rollerblade, I explore in all the ways that I want. I push my limits. I dream, I fantasize, and then I manifest what I want. I believe in myself to the point where my mind just says it's okay and I just do my thing. Following my intuition, having trust in myself to feel the right way to go and be. That's my thing. That's how I get my happiness. Thanks for listening to me all week. Catch another episode of Everyday Happiness tomorrow. About Angela: Angela Germano is currently an award-winning middle school Language Arts teacher, Communication professor, multi-faceted professional writer in the global medical and self-care sectors and produces inspirational documentaries. In these roles, Mrs. Germano coaches people through their academic, career and life challenges and is devoted to positively impacting people's lives so they can achieve their dreams. She is a #1 International Best-Selling and Award-Winning Author in the Inspired Impact Book Series including Women Who Rise, Women Who Illuminate and Leading with Legacy. Mrs. Germano has been featured in The Jersey Storytellers Project, part of The USA Today Network. She has also been a guest on educational, lifestyle and mental health programming such as Everybody with Angela Williamson on PBS, Aggressive Optimism with Jenna Edwards, LaDolce Vita with Virginia Rose and others. Mrs. Germano has served on the Monmouth University Board of Directors and Chair of the Nominating Committee. She is involved with multiple charities such as Ronald McDonald House, American Cancer Society, and UNICEF. She is noted as having a true teaching talent; putting students at ease, increasing their confidence and allowing them to learn for the long term. She focuses on embracing teaching as an opportunity to inspire leadership, giving voice and choice to students through knowledge, exemplars, and opportunity. As an Inspirational Speaker highlighting the specific topics of overcoming adversity, building confidence and leadership, Mrs. Germano also coordinates Selfie Celebrations where children practice positive self-worth activities such as yoga, meditation, positive affirmations, goal setting and vision boards. Mrs. Germano earned a Masters in Public and Corporate Communications from Monmouth University, Magna Cum Laude and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in General Psychology: Integrating Technology, Learning, and Psychology. Mrs. Germano's long-term research interests include studying the learning of students in middle school as a consequence to a specific way of goal setting, where they have buy-in and more ownership of setting their own goals, monitoring and readjusting them, and then understanding how self-produced goals impact learners' engagement, focus, scores, comfortability, confidence and control levels. To further these research interests Mrs. Germano intends to use quantitative methods to understand perspectives and experiences of learners to increase long-term learning, success and happiness. Mrs. Germano's long-term professional interests include consulting and developing programs to help learners of all ages, backgrounds and communities reach goals with less stress, continue to write books to inspire self-growth, as well as create university courses teaching the self-produced goal setting methodology and design. You can connect with Angela at @AngelaGermanoPositivity and @Angela Germano on social media. * * * Get Everyday Happiness delivered to your inbox by subscribing at: https://www.katiejefcoat.com/happiness And, let's connect on social at @everydayhappinesswithkatie and join the community on the hashtags #IntentionalMargins and #everydayhappinesswithkatie on Instagram Links: https://onamission.bio/everydayhappiness/
In this continuation of Episode 27, we'll hear from the five 2022 recipients of the UT Austin American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant, which was created to foster the careers of new cancer researchers. Although some of their work might be challenging to understand, listen closely for all of the different kinds of research and how it gets done.
Menopausal women should eat more blackcurrant to prevent bone loss University of Connecticut, December 11, 2022 Hormonal changes are one of the leading causes of bone loss or osteoporosis. Menopausal women, in particular, are more likely to experience bone loss because they are deficient in estrogen, a hormone in women that protects the bones. The amount of estrogen drops when women reach menopause. To lower the risk of bone loss, researchers at the University of Connecticut suggested menopausal women should eat more blackcurrant. The researchers conducted an animal study to look at the effect of blackcurrant on bone mass in an estrogen-deficient mouse model. Earlier studies have reported that the anthocyanins in blackcurrant have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that could potentially improve bone mass.For their study, which was published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, the team removed the ovaries of the mice to mimic estrogen deficiency in menopausal women. Then, they gave the mice either a basal diet alone or a basal diet that contains anthocyanin-rich blackcurrant extract. They measured bone mineral density, trabecular bone volume, and serum bone markers. Ovariectomy resulted in a significant reduction in bone mineral density and trabecular bone volume. However, the treatment of blackcurrant reduced ovariectomy-induced bone loss. In addition, the treatment decreased osteoclast-like cell formation and bone resorption activity. These outcomes suggest that blackcurrant may mitigate postmenopausal bone loss. Adequate estrogen level is important for maintaining the rhythm of bone remodeling. Since estrogen levels decline after menopause, this causes an imbalance in bone production and breakdown. Osteoclasts are cells that break down bone and are responsible for bone remodeling. With the decline of estrogen levels, osteoclasts become more active and break down more bone than it can form. With these findings, the researchers concluded that blackcurrant may help prevent bone loss in postmenopausal women. Improving your gut microbiome is also a way to prevent and reduce your risk of age-related bone loss. A study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine suggested that taking probiotic supplements daily can cut age-related bone loss by half. Researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden gave elderly women a probiotic supplement to be taken twice a day for one year. The supplementation resulted in lower bone loss compared to those who did not take the supplement. (NEXT) Long-term antacid use linked to vitamin B12 deficiency Kaiser Permanente in California, December 16, 2022 Antacids are commonly used to neutralize the acid in the stomach, helping many individuals who have acid reflux. But a new study suggests that using this medication consistently for 2 years or more is linked to a deficiency of vitamin B12, which can have adverse effects for the nervous system. The research, published in JAMA, is among the first to show associations between long-term exposure to antacids and vitamin B12 deficiencyin a large population-based study. The investigators say that antacids, including proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and histamine 2 receptor antagonists (H2RAs), are some of the most commonly used pharmaceuticals in the US.However, because they suppress the creation of gastric acid, the team says antacids may lead to malabsorption of vitamin B12. This vitamin helps to keep the nervous system - consisting of the brain, nerves and spinal cord - healthy."Vitamin B12 deficiency is relatively common," say the researchers, "especially among older adults; it has potentially serious medical complications if undiagnosed." "Left untreated, vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to dementia, neurologic damage, anemia and other complications, which may be irreversible."The study found a link between 2 years' use of antacids or more and a deficiency of vitamin B12.Similarly, 4.2% of the vitamin-deficient patients had a 2-year or more supply of H2RAs, versus 3.2% in the control group. (NEXT) Microbiome: Scientists highlight role of harmful gut bacteria in fever afflicting cancer patients University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, December 16, 2022 An altered gut microbiome is an unexpected cause of fever afflicting many patients undergoing chemotherapy, according to scientists who've also discovered that poor appetite during cancer treatment may trigger the biological forces that can likewise adversely raise body temperature. The domino effect that leads to dangerous fevers in cancer patients is driven by a loss of infection-fighting white blood cells, a condition called neutropenia. Chemotherapy lowers blood neutrophils—white blood cells and key constituents of the immune system—resulting in fever in some, but not all, cancer patients. The new research shines a spotlight on the role of the gut microbiome and how it can promote neutropen