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Adrian talks to Naana Daniels, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Honam Naturals. The founder's Ghanaian heritage inspired the brand's conception in 2017 and they're dedicated to championing glowing skin. At Honam Naturals, they believe that everyone deserves to feel beautiful in their own skin, and that's why they offer a wide range of skincare products for all skin types. Honam Naturals is a skincare line for all skin types that practices sustainable and non-toxic living. Their product packing was a thoughtful choice, by using eco-friendly, recyclable packaging. Established in 2017, the founder's struggle with Lupus and Scleroderma is the driving force that led to the creation of Honam Naturals. They understand the importance of non-toxic living and sustainability, which is why they've made it our mission to offer products that are not only good for your skin but also good for the environment. The brand is now being stocked in the likes of Walmart, Amazon and TJ Maxx Stores! Use the Code SOUNDSOFACCRA10 for 10% discount. Ships worldwide including US, Canada, UK and other countries worldwide! In this episode we discuss: - How the brand started - All About Honam Naturals - Hydrating and perserving your skin over the Autumn and Winter seasons - The secret to some of their skincare products - More about other products including Mens Beard line - World Intellectual Property Organisation Conference in Rwanda - The danger of no IP rights - And much more Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Vu0qmstxHXk Visit the website: https://www.honamnaturals.com/ Purchase the new Sisslet's Hairline created by Honam Naturals: https://www.honamnaturals.com/collections/hairproducts Naana's appearance on World Intellectual Property Organisation website : https://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/stories/ghana-2023-naana.html Follow Honam Naturals on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honamnaturals/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/honam-naturals-%E2%84%A2%EF%B8%8F-580034158 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/honam.naturals.7/ Build your own community with Skool: https://thesoundofaccra.com/skool Download Menufinder Africa App: https://www.menufinderafrica.com/ Our Socials YouTube: https://youtube.com/thesoundofaccrapodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesoundofaccra/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thesoundofaccra Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesoundofaccra Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/thesoundofaccra Linkedin: https://gh.linkedin.com/company/the-sound-of-accra Our Website: https://thesoundofaccra.com Sponsor a podcast series or segment https://thesoundofaccra.com/sponsorship/ Learn how to start, launch and monetise a podcast and acquire your first 1000 listeners: https://atozpodcasting.com Register your interest for our private community for entrepreneurs and creatives https://thesoundofaccra.com/community/ Leave us feedback https://thesoundofaccra.com/feedback/ Leave us a review https://ratethispodcast.com/thesoundofaccra Listen to more episodes below https://thesoundofaccrapodcast.podbean.com/ All our other links https://linktr.ee/thesoundofaccrapod
This episode was orignally released on June 27, 2023. In this episode, we explore how tickling our funny bones can improve our mental and physical health. American Ninja Warrior host, comedian and arthritis patient, Matt Iseman, shares his best tips to employ laughter and how it can ultimately help you live your best life with arthritis. Don't miss the laughs! *Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast episode page get show notes, additional resources and read the full transcript: https://bit.ly/LiveYes_Ep92 * We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Special Guest: Matt Iseman.
Bienvenue sur RARE à l'écoute, la chaine de Podcast dédiée aux maladies rares. Pour ce cinquième épisode consacré au lupus systémique, nous recevons Mme Clouscard, présidente de l'association Lupus France. Nous discutons aujourd'hui de la vie avec un lupus systémique, des premiers symptômes de la maladie, de la difficulté du diagnostic initial, des évolutions récentes dans l'amélioration du diagnostic et de la prise en charge des patients, mais aussi des missions et des projets de l'association Lupus France. Si vous désirez vous informer et aller plus loin dans la connaissance de cette pathologie, nous vous donnons rendez-vous sur notre site internet www.rarealecoute.com. L'orateur n'a reçu aucune rémunération pour la réalisation de cet épisode. Invitée : Mme Johanna Clouscard https://www.lupusfrance.com L'équipe : Virginie Druenne - Programmation Cyril Cassard - Animation Hervé Guillot - Production Crédits : Sonacom
An Interview with Kevin Winthrop_ Three Questions About COVID 19 Does GnRHa Reduce Premature Ovarian Insufficiency in SLE Patients on Cyclophosphamide_ Identifying New Biomarkers in the Pathogenesis of SLE-PAH Less (Glucocorticoids) is More in Lupus Nephritis Lupus and the Patient Perspective Lupus Nephritis Therapy Paradigm Shift PR3+ in Lupus Nephritis Racial and Ethnic Differences in Efficacy of Beliumumab in SLE Reproductive History, HPV Vaccination Among Women with SLE and RA The Lupus APOL1 Story
Lupus is a complicated epigenetic process of cellular interactions that happen in genetically-susceptible people who are exposed to random and unknown environmental factors that create the conditions of lupus, or auto other autoimmune diseases. She discusses four mechanisms of action in regards to lupus and the cellular abnormalities, and recommended treatments. LDN has a positive impact, decreasing the risk of epigenetic changes as it decreases the oxidative damage. It adjusts the inflammatory cascade, and it's known to have a positive impact on gene regulation, the microbiome, and the frequency and severity of infections. Case studies are presented.
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Season THREE Episode SIX of the Your Story Our Fight® podcast welcomes Sharan Singh. Sharan is a twenty-three year old UC Irvine graduate, a current healthcare worker at the Children's Hospital of Orange County, Content Creator on TikTok, Lupus Advocate/Warrior and a future Physician Assistant. Sharan is passionate about working in the field of Rheumatology in the future as a healthcare provider. She has implemented holistic healing into her own health journey and is an advocate for holistic healing for Lupus patients as it has helped her achieve optimal health despite her physical battles. She has perserveared through multiple joint replacements/surgeries and is passionate about giving back to the healthcare system that treated her.
Whether or not you have an autoimmune disease like lupus yourself, you likely know somebody who does. To talk in depth about yoga for lupus and autoimmune diseases, I sat down with Amanda Chay. She is the author of The Girlfriend's Guide to Lupus, a self-help book for women who are feeling scared and alone with their lupus diagnosis. Amanda helps people put their health first, and since her own diagnosis, she's dedicated her work to helping other women with lupus.If you're ready to learn how to make yoga part of your holistic approach to health and wellness, tune in this week. We're discussing why autoimmune diseases are difficult to diagnose, some of the signs a person has an autoimmune disease, and how yoga can ease the symptoms and improve the lives of people who have an autoimmune diagnosis.Get full show notes and more information here: https://erikabelanger.com/202 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this insightful conversation, we delve into the world of Ayurveda and its principles of living according to nature's rhythms to support optimal health and healing. Dr. Gupta shares her personal health journey and how Ayurveda became her passion.Key topics discussed in the episode: What led Dr. Gupta to Ayurveda and her journey to becoming an Ayurvedic practitioner. The concept of living an Ayurvedic lifestyle including diet, sleep, and the use of Ayurvedic herbs. Understanding the doshas and their role in individual health. The importance of how you eat, as much as what you eat. Ayurvedic approach to sleep and alignment with circadian rhythms. The benefits of turmeric and its therapeutic properties. Introduction to Dr. Gupta's supplement company, Fusionary Formulas. Get the complete show notes and links by visiting inspiredliving.show/114
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Sasha Bernatsky, about lupus and cancer, if there's a link between lupus and cancer, and a new abstract about cancer incidence and risk factors in a large SLE cohort. Dr. Bernatsky is a rheumatologist, a James McGill professor and a senior scientist in the Centre for Health Outcomes Research and Division of Clinical Epidemiology at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre. Her expertise lies in using ‘big data' from health services, linked to additional clinical sources of information. Read more about lupus facts and statistics Learn how doctors diagnose lupus FAQs about participating in clinical trials Help expand lupus research through RAY (Research Accelerated by You) Read the mentioned abstract: Updated analyses of cancer incidence and risk factors in a large international SLE cohort SUBSCRIBE to receive an email update when new episodes of The Expert Series are released.
What is silica? How does it impact your risk of developing autoimmunity if you inhale it, inject it or even snort it up your nose? Listen and find out! · Intro 0:12 · In the previous episodes 0:28 · The Ajax incident of 1979 1:15 · Silica and its association with autoimmune disease 4:11 · The history of silica and the health risks 5:21 · Rheumatoid scleroderma, etc. 8:14 · Cardiff pneumoconiosis medical panel 9:49 · Databases 12:51 · Silica exposure and the development of serologies 15:02 · What would happen if you injected silica into the veins? 16:51 · Anca vasculitis 18:33 · Thanks for listening 23:23 Disclosures: Brown reports no relevant financial disclosures. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to Dr. Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter @HRheuminations @AdamJBrownMD @HealioRheum. References: Blanc PD, et al. Am J Med. 2015;doi:10.1016/j.amjmed.2015.05.001. Boudigaard SH, et al. Int J Epidemiol. 2021;doi:10.1093/ije/dyaa287. Conrad K, et al. Lupus. 1996;doi:10.1177/096120339600500112. Hoy RF, et al. Allergy. 2020;doi:10.111/all.14202. Klockars M, et al. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed). 1987;doi:10.1136/bmj.294.6578.997. Park CG, et al. Environ Health Perspect. 1999;doi:10.1289/ehp.99107s5793. Pollard KM. Front Immunol. 2016;doi:10.3389/fimmu.2016.00097.
In this episode of Live Yes! With Arthritis podcast, learn how military service can often contribute to developing arthritis. Dan Hill, a veteran living with arthritis, discusses with VA Hospital Dr. Kimberly Fountain why it's so common among active and retired service members. They also focus on the mental, emotional and physical impacts it can have and ways to cope, both mentally and physically. *Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast episode page get show notes, additional resources and read the full transcript: https://bit.ly/LiveYes_Ep91 * We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing email@example.com. Special Guest: Dr. Kimberly Fountain.
Season THREE Episode FIVE of the Your Story Our Fight® podcast welcomes Cara Dellaverson. Cara Dellaverson joined NBC in 2015 as Senior Vice President of Drama Development and was promoted to Executive Vice President for the network in 2018. In 2020 she was elevated to EVP of Drama Series across all platforms including NBC, Peacock, USA and SYFY. In this role she currently oversees development and current programming across all platforms and manages both teams of executives alongside co-department head Alex Sepiol. Together they are responsible for over 100 development projects and 20 current series in various stages of production and have been part of the leadership team crafting the strategy for both Peacock and NBC. Since joining the company she has helped develop hit series This Is Us, as well as The Irrational, Found, Quantum Leap, La Brea, Good Girls, New Amsterdam, Manifest, and Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist for NBC and Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, Mrs. Davis and upcoming series Long Bright River for Peacock. Before her time at NBC, Dellaverson worked in currentseries and development at Lionsgate from 2008-2015 ultimately rising to Senior Vice President. During her time at the studio she was creatively involved in several series including Mad Men, Nurse Jackie, Nashville, Manhattan, and Orange is the New Black and was featured in The Hollywood Reporter's Next Generation 35 under 35 issue as one to watch in Television.
In this episode, we are delighted to have Dr. Michelle Veneziano join us as we delve into the fascinating world of osteopathy, the integration of the physical body and the subtle body, and the concept of heart body coherence.Let me know if you enjoy this episode by leaving a comment on Spotify and rating the show. It helps us reach more listeners like you.For all the links, show notes and transcripts visit inspiredliving.show/113
În acest episod, vorbesc despre eforturile de reformă reală din justiție sub îndrumarea ministrului Monica Macovei, prin înființarea DNA și primele cazuri postdecembriste de "mare corupție". Curând, parlamentarii realizează că sunt în pericol, așa că formează alianțe oficiale sau neoficiale pentru obstrucționarea și anularea reformelor. Traian Băsescu și Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu ajung la mari disensiuni, iar în jurul lor se formează tabere de susținători. Are loc scandalul "bilețelului roz", iar apoi suspendarea președintelui, reconfirmat prin vot la referendum. Din tabăra PNL, se desprinde o aripă pro-Băsescu, absorbită ulterior de PD, iar noul partid ia numele PD-L. Tăriceanu își remaniază guvernul și rămâne în minoritate, cu susținerea PSD. Noul ministru al Justiției face eforturi înspre destrămarea reformelor propuse de Monica Macovei. Ministrul Agriculturii e prins luând mită sub formă de cârnați și țuică de prune și e înlocuit cu tehnocratul Dacian Cioloș. În ajunul alegerilor, după lungi discuții, se decide folosirea unui nou sistem de vot, anume votul uninominal mixt, cu redistribuirea mandatelor.Support the show
How do tough times shape us? Do challenges in our lives affect us for the better or for the worse? In Episode 30 of the New Rules Podcast, we discuss how pain often molds resilience - a vital trait of authenticity, which we believe brings true human flourishing. But first, we must begin by clarifying the true essence of resilience and acknowledging the ways in which our culture may have misconstrued its meaning. In this episode, we'll examine the paradoxical and transformative nature of resilience, emphasizing its vital role in our personal growth and development and the beauty of it being in the fabric of our character. Topics Discussed: Whether we need tough times to develop resilience The influence that Adrian's mother battling Lupus had on his resilience and personal journey How to put yourself in situations where you can build resilience Why we need internal structures in our lives How the structures or walls we put up can hinder or help us in the long run Don't miss this powerful continuation of our ‘resilience' in the real world episode. To stay connected, visit us at the following places and help us guide you on your journey to becoming an authentic leader! LinkedIn: Adrian Crawford Instagram: @writenewrules TikTok: @writenewrules More of a visual person? You can WATCH today's episode on our Youtube Channel: Youtube: youtube.com/cadriancrawford
Everything is Your Teacher is the topic for Part 5 in our six-part book series. I share a teaching from Gladys' life where she learned that finding courage can be the greatest challenge. I detail four events from my own life that were incredibly challenging and the unique themes that surround the experiences we face. I end the episode with Gladys' practice for finding the teacher in all things. Gladys shares the challenge around divorce and personal devastation, but how it was also a calling to something greater. I share a visualization practice I used during a difficult time that allowed me to keep the emotional pain separate from the specific moments. I also illustrate Gladys' practice of finding the teacher as a way to access the lesson in each challenge. This courageous message is a reminder that everything is a teacher. Listen in to learn more about the wisdom and insight Gladys has to share with us. What wisdom can you receive from an extremely challenging experience? Please reach out. I would love to hear from you. If you are enjoying these conversations, help me hit 100 reviews in celebration of my 100th episode! Please subscribe and spread the love by leaving a review and sharing it with your friends. Thank you. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: Review of past weeks' episodes How hardships make us who we are todayFour life events that brought lessons and discoveriesHow forgiveness and love can bring light to darknessNot fighting against what happened to usThe power of going into dreams and the subconscious The teaching that life is supposed to be lived in all circumstancesGladys' practice for finding the teacher Resources Mentioned:Learn more about LifeWave stem cell activation patchesLiving Medicine by Gladys T. McGarey The Well-Lived Life by Gladys T. McGarey Past Episodes Mentioned:Vitally You Episode 101: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D. a Six-Part Book Chat with DanaVitally You Episode 102: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey: A Six-Part Series on Happiness, Health, and LongevityVitally You Episode 103: Book Chat Series, Part 3 of 6, Love is the Most Powerful Medicine, ”The Well-Lived Life” by Gladys McGarey, M.D.Vitally You Episode 104: The Well-Lived Life by Gladys McGarey, M.D A Six-Part Book Chat About Happiness and HealthGet in Touch: Become an insider and sign up for My Newsletter — scroll down to the box "Don't Miss A Thing"My WebsiteInstagramContact MeSpecial offers: Download the Daily Vitality eBook at danafrost.com/daily-vitality/Credit:Podcast Production by the team at The Wave PodcastingMusic by Phoebe GreenlandPhotography by Amy Boyle PhotographyPodcast art by SimplyBe. Agency
BIOShe's the Viking of Hiking, Microphone Maven, and the Star of the Show. April Chavez is impacting lives through The Wellness Driven Life Show. Despite living with Lupus her entire life, she lives full-force - hitting the trails in nature hikes and reigning on the dance floor with her husband, Manlee.In this episode, former Deputy Sheriff, and now Podcast Show Creator, Host & Hypnotherapist April Chavez, shares her personal growth story. Tune in as she opens up about being raised on a wheat farm, being diagnosed with Lupus, becoming a young mother, becoming a Deputy Sheriff and becoming who she is today. On a wellness journey, she has discovered ways to heal herself, overcome fears, run an incredible podcast show, The Wellness Driven Show and becoming certified in Hypnotherapy. She mentions how all stress is out of emotion and that we all need to slow down, calm down and listen to our bodies. https://www.flowcode.com/page/thewellnessdrivenlifeshow#mindset #growthmindset #thewellnessdrivenshow #podcast #podcaster #podcastshow #deputysheriff #lupus #wellness #wellnessjourney #totalwellness #fullforce #meditation #spirituality #emotions #listentoyourbody #alittlelessfearpodcast #hypnotherapist This is Dr. Lino Martinez the host for A Little Less Fear Podcast. For more information, please use the information below. Thanks so much for your support!Author | A Little Less FearWriters Work | Write Your Way to the Life You WantA Little LESS FEAR Podcast (@alittlelessfearpodcast) • Instagram photos and videosLino Marinez (@alittlelessfear) TikTok | Watch Lino Marinez's Newest TikTok Videos
Dr. Anna Wolska sits down with experts, Dr. Michelle Petri and Dr. Nick Ballew, analyzing the effectiveness of SLE treatments Belimumab and Anifrolumab. The conversation delves into their meticulous study, where they examined the 52-week SLE Responder Index (SRI)-4 responses, providing crucial data for informed lupus patient care. The study data, based on rigorous randomized trials and systematic literature reviews, offers clinicians invaluable insights into treatment decisions for people living with lupus. Read the published article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/lupus-2023-000907
Today's episode comes from a podcast swap we did with The Kindling Project Podcast, a podcast that explores real-life journeys of women who will inspire you to take action! Tune in to hear this inspiring episode of The Kindling Project Podcast, featuring a fascinating interview with Mel Coulier, an award-winning photographer, certified fitness instructor and Lupus warrior. Mel shares valuable advice about functional movement, breath work and the importance of using a bio-individual approach to your health and fitness. Links mentioned in this episode Moving Well with Mel https://movingwellwithmel.net/ The Kindling Project https://www.thekindlingproject.com/
The girls of Suite 15 gather with Yasmine Shakur, MPH, for a thoughtful conversation addressing chronic health issues while proposing critical healthcare system enhancements in the United States and discussing the repercussions of inadequate education on marginalized care. Yasmine shares her personal journey with Lupus, offering valuable insights for those navigating chronic illnesses and/or supporting loved ones in similar situations, all while emphasizing the importance of being heard. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/suite-15/support
In this episode, we dive deep into the complex world of sleep with our guest, Annika Carroll, an expert sleep specialist and CEO of Sleep Like a Boss. We explore the myriad of factors that can contribute to sleep problems – such as lifestyle behaviors, mindset, inflammation, and physiological issues – and practical steps to improve your sleep. In an eye-opening discussion, we shed light on the interconnectedness of the human body, from gut health to cortisol regulation.For the complete show notes and links visit inspiredliving.show/112
This week, your Bestie talks openly and honestly about how Lupus has impacted her life. This episode is meant to encourage listeners to talk to their doctor if you have symptoms that you can not explain. DISCLAIMER- the views expressed should not be used to replace seeking medical help and assistance.
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Conditions that are either directly or indirectly related to arthritis can be surprising, because they may not seem to have anything to do with arthritis. For example, inflammatory forms of arthritis can affect many parts of the body beyond the joints, including the heart, lungs, skin, eyes and brain. In this episode, our experts explain what a comorbidity is, what conditions are likely to occur with arthritis, tips on what to watch for, when to tell your health care provider and how comorbidities are treated. This episode was brought to you in part by Boehringer Ingelheim. *Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast episode page get show notes, additional resources and read the full transcript: https://bit.ly/LiveYes_Ep90 * We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Special Guest: Ashira Blazer, MD, MSCI.
En este episodio Frank describe cuáles son las principales manifestaciones de Lupus. Una enfermedad en la que el propio sistema inmune ataca los tejidos del cuerpo y los tiñe de color rojizo. En Estados Unidos hable al 1-888-348-7352 o visítenos online en https://us.naturalslim.com En Puerto Rico hable 1-787-763-2527 o visítenos en http://www.naturalslimstore.com En Europa hable al +3120-2296-300 o visítenos en https://www.naturalslim.eu En México hable al (55) 5256-1368 o visítenos en https://naturalslimmexico.com/ En República Dominicana envíe mensaje por Whatapps al 1-787-249-3198 En Panamá hable al +507 396-6000 En Costa Rica hable al (506)2430-2010 En Colombia hable al (57-1) 7020928 Suscríbete a UNIMETAB aquí y permite que Frank te lleve de la mano paso a paso con los cursos digitales de Frank Suárez. Acceda https://www.unimetab.com/ Suscríbete a MetabolismoTV en Messenger para acceso a educación exclusiva por Frank en el tema del metabolismo: https://www.messenger.com/t/Metabolis... Para hacer su prueba de metabolismo gratis haga clic aquí: https://www.naturalslim.com/prueba-tu... Para ordenar el libro en uno de los países listados arriba a través de https://www.naturalslim.com a su distribuidor local quien le ayudará a obtenerlo o accede https://www.metabolismotvbooks.com Para acceso a libros digitales con membresía en todo el mundo acceda https://www.metabolismovip.com Sigue a Frank y MetabolismoTV en Facebook aquí: https://www.facebook.com/MetabolismoTV/ Accede al Blog de Preguntale a Frank en http://www.preguntaleafrank.com La información que se brinda en MetabolismoTV®️ tiene un propósito puramente educacional. No pretendemos diagnosticar, curar o de alguna otra forma sustituir la ayuda profesional de su médico, nutricionista, dietista u otro profesional de la salud cualificado. Usted siempre debe consultar con su médico antes de empezar a hacer cualquier cambio en su dieta muy en especial si está recibiendo tratamiento médico o utiliza medicamentos recetados.
In this episode, we dig through the data of lupus in Africa and speak with experts on the Lupus Gradient, the impact of malaria and what we can learn from it all. · Intro 0:12 · In the previous episode 0:30 · Lupus Gradient 2:01 · Back to Dr. Brian Greenwood 3:48 · Polyarthritis 4:04 · Rates of autoimmune diseases 6:00 · Malaria and mouse models 7:33 · Back to lupus 8:48 · First case of lupus 15:14 · Prevalence of lupus 17:15 · Papers on lupus 21:23 · Dr. Mickael Essouma 23:38 · Dr. Essouma, how did you conduct this study? 24:01 · Did you ever believe there was a gradient? 26:09 · Dr. Sandro Vento 30:56 · Dr. Vento, do you believe there was a lupus gradient? 31:51 · What are the connections to infectious disease? 38:51 · That's a wrap! 43:04 · Coming up in part 4 44:55 · Thanks for listening 45:05 Disclosures: Brown reports no relevant financial disclosures. Healio could not confirm relevant financial disclosures for Essouma and Vento at the time of posting. Mickael Essouma, MD, is physician from Cameroon specialized in internal medicine at the University of Yaounde I in Cameroon, with a complimentary certificate on rheumatology from the EULAR online course and a certificate on lupus from the European Lupus Society (SLEuro). He is an advocate of lupus and other autoimmune diseases in Africans. Sandro Vento, MD, is the dean of faculty of medicine at the University of Puthisastra, Phnom Penh, Cambodia and a consultant and collaborating specialist at Mayo Clinic Center for Tuberculosis, WHO Collaborating Center. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to Dr. Brown at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @HRheuminations @AdamJBrownMD @HealioRheum. References: Bae SC, et al. Arthritis Rheum. 1998;doi:10.1002/1529-0131(199812)41:123.0.CO;2-D. Bryc K, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2015;doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2014.11.010. Essouma M, et al. J Autoimmun. 2020;doi:10.1016/j.jaut.2019.102348. Gilkeson GS, et al. Lupus. 2011;doi:10.1177/0961203311404915. Micheletti SJ, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2020;doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2020.06.012. Symmons DP. Lupus. 1995;doi:10.1177/096120339500400303. Vento S, et al. Front Med. 2020;doi:10.3389/fmed.2020.00202.
This week we are diving into what healing from a holistic approach can look like! Carla is a friend of mine that has joined us this week, with an intriguing and winding journey in healing her thyroid, gut and immune system. Having been warned that she was on track towards a Lupus diagnosis, Carla started asking questions and followed her intuition towards FINALLY finding the correct diagnosis. She discusses with Katy this week what that healing journey looked like and how she is maintaining health on the other side of it today! You can find Carla most frequently on IG at @carlap_grice : https://www.instagram.com/carlap_grice/ -------------- Follow along with Katy Spencer, RDN, LDN - a functional and integrative Women's Health dietitian. You can find more from her here: IG: @simplyspencer_ ( https://www.instagram.com/simplyspencer_/ ) Website: https://www.simplyspencer.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe to her newsletter:https://simplyspencer.myflodesk.com/breakfast
He was a native of Thessalonica, born of noble parents. His wisdom and distinction in battle earned him rapid advancement in the service of the Empire: in time he was appointed commander of all the Roman forces in Thessaly, and Proconsul of Hellas. Despite these worldly honors, Demetrius put his Christian faith before all, and by his words and example brought many pagans to faith in Christ. When the Emperor Maximian, a persecutor of Christians, came to Thessalonica he appointed games and public sacrifices to celebrate his recent victory over the Scythians. Some jealous pagans used the visit to denounce Demetrius to the Emperor. Maximian had Demetrius cast into a fetid cell in the basement of some nearby baths. Maximian had brought with him a huge barbarian of tremendous strength named Lyaios, who fought many men in the arena and defeated them all, to the entertainment of the Emperor and the crowds. A young Christian named Nestor determined to show the people that the only true strength is in Christ: he visited Demetrius in his cell and asked for his blessing to challenge Lyaios to combat. The Martyr made the sign of the Cross over Nestor and sent him to the arena with his blessing. Nestor, a young boy, cried out before the Emperor 'God of Demetrius, help me!' and quickly killed the mighty Lyaios, to the astonishment of the crowd. The infuriated Emperor had Nestor slain with his own sword, and sent soldiers to Demetrius' cell, where they killed him with their spears. Demetrius' servant, a believer named Lupus, retrieved the body of Demetrius and buried it with honor. He kept the Saint's ring and blood-stained tunic, and through them worked several miracles and healings. When the Emperor heard of this, he had Lupus, too, beheaded. As a sign of the grace that rested on the holy Demetrius, a fragrant myrrh flowed copiously from the Martyr's body after his death, healing many of the sick. For many centuries, St Demetrius has been a patron Saint of Thessalonica.
Connect and Rise with Tonya Bradley, ultramarathoner, Lupus patient/ Lupus awareness advocate and health equity advocate. Tonya discusses what it means to her to be audacious and tells us more about running the Berlin, Chicago, and London marathons and her plans to also run the New York City Marathon. She reminds us that in running and in life we need to embrace the “I will cross the finish line” mentality- even if it takes longer than we planned or unexpected challenges arise. She discusses how making positive changes in our lives can bring positive people and circumstances our way. Tonya will inspire and encourage you not to wait on pursuing your dreams. It's never too late!
Cheryl and Brianna discuss the challenges and the benefits of sharing your chronic illness story publicly on social media, including how they deal with both positive and negative feedback from a growing audience. They also discuss the positive impact of finding support and inspiration online. Brianna shares her involvement with the Arthritis Foundation and the Lupus Foundation, highlighting the importance of giving back and helping others in the community. The role of support groups, camps, and patient advocacy organizations in providing a sense of community and connection for individuals living with chronic diseases is highlighted. Cheryl and Brianna also discuss the value of adapting and accepting one's condition to live a fulfilling life. Finally, they emphasize the importance of acceptance and adaptation in thriving with rheumatic diseases.Medical disclaimer: All content found on Arthritis Life public channels was created for generalized informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.Episode SponsorsRheum to THRIVE, an online course and support program Cheryl created to help people with rheumatic disease go from overwhelmed, confused and alone to confident, supported and connected. See all the details and join the program or waitlist now! For full episode details including a video and transcriptGo to the episode page on the Arthritis Life website for full details!
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After being diagnosed with Lupus, a chronic auto-immune illness, in high school, Nicole Hong decided to attend a community college. Listen to our honest discussion as she talks about struggling with social anxiety, getting accepted to 3 top universities, and how she navigated student life at UC Berkeley. Here are the topics we discussed: How Lupus affected Nicole's personal life.Why did Nicole choose community college? How student government helped her discover her interests Her process for brainstorming and writing for UC Essay Applications What Nicole's experience is like at UC Berkeley and finding extracurriculars Advice for students looking to transfer. Connect with Nicole: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicoleyhong/Connect with Ariana: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arianadavarpanah/Find Transfer Tea: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@transferteaResources for you: UC Transfer Resources and Tips: https://transfertea.com/uc-transfer-resources/Berkeley Transfer Student Center: https://transfers.berkeley.edu/prospective-students/general-admission-information?ref=transfertea.comI'm sharing guides, resources and offering advising for students looking to transfer. Find more here: https://transfertea.com/mentorship/. Have any questions? Reach out on Transfer Tea's social media!Relevant keywords: UC Berkeley transfers, UC Berkeley transfer from community college, How to get into UC Berkeley, how does transferring from community college work, switching majors in college
Season THREE Episode FOUR of the Your Story Our Fight® podcast welcomes Kay Daniels. Kay is a 25 year old independent model & actress, Lupus patient and advocate. At the age of 14, Kay was diagnosed with Lupus SLE. It has always been an aspiration of Kay's to have the opportunity of sharing my story with the world, to better relate with other young girls like herself. Kay wants to show them that all things are possible, and that Lupus does not define them, no matter how much it may feel that way.
Dr. Lorraine Maita, a triple board certified physician specializing in hormone balance and detoxification, joins us in this podcast to discuss the fascinating connection between autoimmunity, hormones, and detoxification. In this episode, we dive deep into the impact of hormone imbalances, the role of toxins, and the importance of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for overall health and well-being. Join us as we explore the key takeaways from this enlightening conversation.Main Topics Discussed: The relationship between autoimmunity and hormones The importance of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy Hormonal shifts as triggers for autoimmune disorders The role of toxins in hormonal imbalance and autoimmunity The significance of bowel movements and detoxification Maintaining a healthy microbiome for optimum hormone balance The Women's Health Initiative study and hormone therapy misconceptions Hormones and their impact on relationships Taking care of overall health for a fulfilling life The role of attitude and mindset in improving health For the complete shownotes and links to everything discussed in this episode visit inspiredliving.show/110
Welcome to Raw. Real. Redeemed! Our special guest in today's episode has battled Lupus for over 15 years and through long debilitating years of being bedridden, in a wheel chair followed by years healing through a deep dedication to intermittent fasting, she has learned to see the Lord's hand in EVERY situation. She now boldly welcomes the challenge to find the JOY of the LORD even in the worst days and lives to encourage others to do the same. This episode is SO rich and full of gentle reminders to press on in difficult situations that we encourage you to listen with a pen and paper to take notes and please share with us your favorite takeaways. You can e mail us at email@example.com
Matt Crawford speaks with author Amanda Chay about her book,The Girlfriend's Guide to Lupus: Hot to Control Your Shitty Diagnosis. While many of us have heard of Lupus very few of us, including those in the medical community understand it. With so many affected, and a vast array of symptoms and heath issues, how can we start to understand and help those diagnosed and their families? Chay has written this book for that reason and shared what it has been like for her and her family dealing with this disease. A funny, no holds barred memoir that tells it straight. I hope you will pick up this book and share it with a friend.
In this episode Courtenay invites health coach, Kylee Zeck, to the show to share her journey of how she naturally healed from multiple autoimmune diseases. It was at the age of 15 that Kylee received her first diagnosis of mononucleosis (Epstein Barr Virus). This led to years of unexplained suffering and more diagnoses: Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and Undifferentiated Connective tissue disease. After countless doctors contradicting each other and multiple trials and errors of medication, she realized that she needed to become her own advocate and take her health back into her own hands. It has been six years since that turning point, and since then she has experienced relief and healing from lifestyle changes, learning natural and alternative remedies, and now she's empowering you to do the same by becoming your own health warrior! Episode Resources: The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk M.D. Connect with Kylee: Instagram: https://instagram.com/kylee.zeck?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA== Website: https://www.creatingthecure.coach/ ————————————————— Disclaimer: this is intended to be inspiration & entertainment. We aim to inform, inspire & empower. Guest opinions/ statements are not a reflection of the host or podcast. Please note these are conversational dialogues. All statements and opinions are not necessarily meant to be taken as fact. Please do your own research. Thanks for watching! ————————————————— Follow & Connect with Courtenay: https://www.courtenayturner.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/KineticCourtz TruthSocial: https://truthsocial.com/@CourtenayTurner Instagram: https://instagram.com/kineticcourtz?utm_medium=copy_link Telegram: https://t.me/courtenayturnerpodcastcommunity Read some of her articles: https://www.truthmatters.biz Listen to &/or watch the podcast here! https://linktr.ee/courtenayturner Support my work & Affiliate links: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/courtzt https://zstacklife.com/?ref=COURTENAYTURNER EXPAT MONEY SUMMIT 2023: https://2023.expatmoneysummit.com MAKE HONEY GREAT AGAIN https://www.makehoneygreatagain.com/ Promo Code: COURTZ FOX N SONS Coffee: https://www.foxnsons.com Promo Code: CTP Richardson Nutritional Center: https://rncstore.com/courtz The wellness company: https://www.twc.health/?ref=UY6YiLPqkwZzUX Enroll link: https://app.sharehealthcare.com/enroll? Referral code: courtz Www.HolyHydrogen.com Discount code: UPRISING144K LMNT: http://drinklmnt.com/CourtenayTurner Ignite Sales: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/29887/KVR3yvZo Mindset workshop: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147526145/KVR3yvZo Critical thinking trivium method: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147486641/KVR3yvZo Solutions webinar: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147492490/KVR3yvZo Richard's GTW freedom vault: https://www.universityofreason.com/a/2147506649/KVR3yvZo https://www.universityofreason.com/a/29887/KVR3yvZo ©2023 All Rights Reserved Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode covers discoid lupus erythematosus.Written notes can be found at https://zerotofinals.com/medicine/rheumatology/dle/ or in the rheumatology section of the 2nd edition of the Zero to Finals medicine book.The audio in the episode was expertly edited by Harry Watchman.
Being a guy with arthritis comes with its own set of unique challenges. Having sore, stiff joints can get in the way of fulfilling many roles we often associate with men. It can undermine his self-identity, too, and make a guy feel like he's been stripped of his man card. In this episode of the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast, our guest host and experts share their stories, discuss how their arthritis impacts them physically, mentally, emotionally and socially — and how they cope. This episode was brought to you in part by Horizon. *Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast episode page get show notes, additional resources and read the full transcript: https://bit.ly/LiveYes_Ep89 * We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Special Guest: Gary Ho.
Join Co-Host Melissa Fradenburg, CDFA®️, AIF® for an enlightening conversation with Melissa Coulier, author, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Living Well with Mel. We dive into her journey navigating through her partner's fame, and how she defined her own success while building a thriving career. Melissa bares her soul, discussing her struggles and triumphs, from her successful career in commercial and editorial photography to her experiences in a relationship where her partner was already well established. It's a raw and refreshing discussion about the power dynamics and complex challenges faced by ambitious women. We take a deeper look into Melissa's personal journey with lupus and how that pushed her into the world of wellness and movement. Her approach is all about listening to your body and making nutrition choices that fuel and nourish your body, rather than depriving it. The conversation carries a personal touch and invaluable wisdom about entrepreneurship, holistic wellness, and the importance of balance in all aspects of life. Resources:· Learn more about Living Well with Mel and Mel.· Follow Melissa Coulier on Instagram· Learn More about Moving Well with Mel. · Learn more about Pearl Planning. · Register for our Year-End Planning Webinar. Links are being provided for information purposes only. The information herein is general and educational in nature and should not be considered legal or tax advice. Tax laws and regulations are complex and subject to change, which can materially impact investment results. Pearl Planning cannot guarantee that the information herein is accurate, complete, or timely. Pearl Planning makes no warranties with regard to such information or results obtained by its use and disclaims any liability arising out of your use of, or any tax position taken in reliance on, such information. Consult an attorney or tax professional regarding your specific situation. Please note, changes in tax laws or regulations may occur at any time and could substantially impact your situation. Pearl Planning financial advisors do not render advice on tax matters. You should discuss any tax matters with the appropriate professional.
Esta es una de la serie de entrevistas llevadas a cabo en Guatemala, durante la cumbre de ALAPE, (Asociación Latinoamericana de Pediatría), y el episodio fue grabado en la VI Conferencias de Actualización Pediátrica de la Asociación Latinoamericana de Pediatría y el LXVI Congreso Nacional de Pediatría ASOPEDIA 2023. Nuestra invitada es la Dra. María Pereira y hoy abordamos el lupus sistémico eritematoso: en qué consiste, causas, a qué grupo demográfico impacta más y qué tipo de tratamientos existen actualmente para esta enfermedad autoinmune. La Dra. María Pereira es originaria de Nicaragua. Obtuvo su residencia en pediatría en Nickalus Children's Hospital en Miami, FL en 2015 y su postgrado en la subespecialidad de reumatología pediatrica en Baylor College of Medicine en Houston, Texas en 2018. Actualmente trabaja como Profesora Asistente de Pediatría en Baylor College of Medicine y como Pediatra Reumatóloga en Texas Children´s Hospital. Además, es la directora asociada del programa de subespecialidad en reumatología pediátrica de Baylor College of Medicine. ¿Tienes algún comentario sobre este episodio o sugerencias de temas para un futuro podcast? Escríbenos a email@example.com.
Ashtanga is the most ancient form of Yoga that focuses on movement and breath to a very disciplined degree. The psychological and mental benefits are notable even after one yoga session… From academia to the clinical world and entrepreneurial space, I have pushed myself in every area of my life, despite my rollercoaster of a journey with Lupus. I have a lot of people in my life to thank for their support, but Ashtanga Yoga is truly what has gotten me out of my head, through my limiting beliefs and victim mindset, so that I could rise above the difficult times. Dive into the world of Ashtanga Yoga with me, an age-old journey woven through the 8 Limbs of Yoga that have totally changed my life. It's more than just a workout; it's a silent, meditative voyage from the chaos of our minds into the sanctity of our bodies. I've felt my own focus and awareness sharpen, and a kind of peace settle in that's hard to explain until you feel it for yourself. If you need to get out of your head and into the present moment, Ashtanga is for you. During this episode, I go into the history of this ancient practice as well as the benefits for your wellbeing. After listening, you'll discover:
DO YOU KNOW what TOXINS you are EXPOSED to Daily, and HOW to AVOID them? AND that there are MANY TOXINS that have been shown to INCREASE your RISK of AUTOIMMUNE Disease? (Think Thyroid problems like HASHIMOTOS, Lupus, Many types of Arthritis, Systemic Sclerosis, Sjogren's and many others like Type 1 Diabetes!)*This podcast will take You on a deep dive to the common TOXINS that are literally HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT and the ones you may be exposed to and how to AVOID THEM!Dr. Thomas Hemingway will discuss SIMPLE DAILY HACKS to REDUCE your exposure that are largely FREE and NOT time consuming. These Simple Strategies will REDUCE your toxic load and help you potentially AVOID many common diseases including the AUTO-IMMUNE ones that are commonly implicated in or contributed to from toxin exposure.*MY NEW BOOK! https://www.amazon.com/PREVENTABLE-Powerful-Practices-Disease-Unshakeable/dp/B0C6C16VCS/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8*THRIVE COMMUNITY! PERSONAL Q+A with Dr. Hemingway: https://thomashemingway.podia.com/thomas-hemingway-community *FREE NEWSLETTER: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993*HEALTH OPTIMIZATION Courses➡️ https://thomashemingway.podia.comFOLLOW ALONG:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drthomashemingway/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thomashemingwaymdTwitter: https://twitter.com/doc_hemingwayLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomashemingway/DISCLAIMER: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r3fz8KZE6dVhJHo4V9DHGayU-zmPHtAs31JhokQgJKA/edit?usp=sharing
In science, we're constantly learning, adapting and evolving. In this week's episode, both of our storytellers need to reckon with a new normal. Part 1: After a neurological disorder leaves Tracey Starin visually impaired, she struggles to fill the void of her love for reading. Part 2: At first comedian Ayanna Dookie doesn't take her Lupus diagnosis seriously. Tracey Starin is a writer and storyteller from Queens, NY. She has performed on actual and virtual stages in Boston, San Diego, Chicago, Toronto, and all over New York City. Tracey has appeared on numerous podcasts, including RISK!, Love Hurts, and The Volume Knob, as well as Stories from the Stage for World Channel. Tracey is the co-producer of the storytelling series Food for Thought for the National Storytelling Network. She also co-hosts a monthly storytelling show at Pine Box Rock Shop in Brooklyn called Just One More Thing. Ayanna Dookie is a stand-up comedian based in Brooklyn, New York. She is the 2014 winner of The She Devil Comedy Festival. She also earned a spot in the semi-finals of NBC's Stand-Up for Diversity and a finalist in the New York Underground Comedy Festival Emerging Comics Competition. She has appeared on Comcast-on-Demand, is currently a cast member on Fox's Laughs, and has been featured in the New York Post, Health Magazine, and the Lifetime Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices