This podcast results from a video produced by Dr. Brian C. Proctor, MD from McKinney Texas. He is a board-certified family physician. His telephone number is 972-562-8388.
Dr. Proctor states that in his experience, the early treatment of Covid-19 patients in his office has produced 100% successful cures which do not lead to emergency room visits, admissions, respirators, or death.
My guest today, Jeanie Cisco-Meth discusses how to bully-proof yourself by improving confidence and personal value from the inside out. In addition to an excellent plan to get rid of bullying, there is more wisdom per page than any book I have read in the last 40 years and that is over 1000 books.
Dr. Caxton Opere, MD is a well qualified expert to talk on this subject. He is a first-line provider in emergency rooms and intensive care units. He is board-certified in internal medicine. In addition, he is a thorough scientific researcher, gifted writer, and medical problem solver. Caxton, wrote his most recent book because it now seemed obvious to him that everyone involved directly or indirectly with the care of Covid-19 patients needs to start thinking of a cure or treatment strategy and do so outside the box. He wrote this book (Covid-19 Physician Treatment Strategies) to help physicians and other healthcare providers stratify Covid-19 patients based on risk and treatment strategies when they show up at the hospital, clinic, or emergency room. He identifies the prominent cause of death in Covid-19 patients and recommends a spicific treatment plan to keep you from becoming another death statistic.
This podcast is about the importance of having a personal health organizer in which you can record all the things that are vital for your medical team to know in treating you. And as a nurse practitioner, board-certified in adult medicine, Anne has 43 years of experience in the medical field to draw upon.
My guest today, Dr. Donna Marks discusses her book, "Exit the Maze." Donna's book is the best book that I have read on the illness of addiction and its successful treatment in the last 40 years. (With the possible exception of Freedom From Addiction 3 which I wrote). We discussed so many important things in this hour's interview that it would be hard for me to summarize them all in the show notes. But Donna, like myself, thinks outside of the box, and that's what makes her book a must-read for anyone who has an addictive behavior, has a family member with an addictive behavior, or has a friend with an addictive behavior. Donna can be contacted at www.drdonnamarks.com. or email@example.com.
In this current podcast, I interview Dr. David Hanscom's who is been on this podcast twice previously. Today's show is about a viable solution for the opioid epidemic and how to treat chronic pain with an effective non-surgical approach. Go back and listen to programs number 926 and 933 to get the background and additional information.
This podcast follows up on a previous podcast that was trashed by the Internet. Go back and look at it now/ it is SYM #931 (May 15, 2002)
I continue this discussion and we talk about some important spiritual concepts such as love and meaning.. We talk about the basic underlying cause of addictions being low self-esteem.
My guest today, John Smith, tells his story about how he was convicted of fraud in the S&L scandals back in the 80s even though he had done absolutely nothing wrong. We talk about various aspects of the case. His book is a very good read and tells about the criminal justice system and some of the things that they do that you might find hard to believe. I tell my back story of how I was convicted by the federal government on a charge of attempted bribery even though I was totally innocent also. These two stories from actual history bring up the question: Could you be sentenced to prison or jail for something you didn't do? How likely is that?. You will find this podcast extremely interesting.
This educational podcast will describe the characteristics, times, and dates of the various pandemics that have hit the world over the course of recordable history.
My guest today is Irene O'Garden and we talk about her book, "Glad to Be Human." In a world filled with distressing news on a daily basis, we can't control pandemics or protests, but we can control what we focus on and the joy we get from the little things in life. Irene has slightly less than 50 wonderful essays in this book and she reads a couple including "Glad to Be Human," for which she won the "Pushcart" prize. This is a wonderful book if you like to read inspiring essays.
Our guest today is Joffre McClung, a personal growth author, self-love teacher, and a common sense activist. She looks at today's societal anger and blame as a cry for help. She feels if it is left unanswered, it will only grow in its intensity negatively impacting not only the quality of our personal daily lives but our society as a whole. We discussed the need for more self-love and how our lives will change if we accomplish it.
My guess today Dr. Joseph Luciani will be discussing how to unlearn anxiety and depression. He has a self-coaching technique called "Mind-Talk," and discusses four tracks in the program which are separating facts from fiction, stopping insecurity driven thinking, responsive living, and motivation. The title of his book is "Unlearning anxiety & depression: The four-step self-coaching program to reclaim your life ," which is available on Amazon. Get his special report: COVID-19 Doesn't own your mind, by requesting it at firstname.lastname@example.org. It's free.
SOCITT, which stands for stream of consciousness intimacy truth training, is a psychological program I developed for rapidly increasing and expanding interpersonal intimacy.
You can get a fuller understanding of the SOCITT psychological program by studying part two of my book, "The definitive guide to recognizing and avoiding romantic relationship scammers and catfishers." You can purchase a copy of it at amazon.com.
For more information please go to my website: www.revwinnhendersonmd.com
Italian doctors disobeying the WHO guidelines of not doing autopsies on Covid-19 deaths have found the likely cause of death in these patients is DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation.) They say the way to cure these patients is with antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, and anticoagulants. With this treatment method up to 14,000 Corona positive individuals have been cured of their disease in one day.
Most of the population today is anxious and fearful about the coronavirus. I would like to share with you some Bible verses to help you with this problem. www.freedomfromaddiction.com.
In this interesting podcast with Dr. Caxton Opere we talk about many issues relating to the covid-19 pandemic. Including how the virus kills people, what is wrong with CDC's information, a critique of the WHO, nonpharmacological treatments, face masks, and many others drawn from Dr. Opere's books: Covid-19 Remedies, and Covid-19 Physician Treatment Strategies. Go to: www.doctorcaxton.com to get the book free.
David Hanscom, MD is a board-certified spine surgeon whose career dealt and complex spine deformities. But after many years he gave up doing surgery based on evidence that many of the surgeries or only yielding 20 to 30% success. He now has a program to effectively treat not only back pain but other types of chronic pain as well. We will be discussing this program today. More information is available at www.backincontrol.com
100 years ago the Spanish flu pandemic struck Alice Lloyd's Caney Creek community center. As a result of this interaction, Alice Lloyd started a college on the site which today is one of the very few colleges that students attend on a work-study program without having to pay tuition. Learn more of the historical details here.
My show today includes Dr. Bernie Siegel and his grandson, Charlie Siegel. Their book is entitled: When You Realize How Perfect Everything Is. This book is a spiritual book of poems and photographs. Bernie is a New York Times best-selling author of Love, Medicine, and Miracles. He founded the exceptional cancer patients group and is a retired pediatric and general surgeon. He is been called a leading teacher of the mind-body connection. His grandson Charlie is a spiritual writer and photographer. The program was cut short due to an Internet failure, but we will have the last half of the program up very soon. Keep looking for it.
From the book, "The Four Questions," Rev. Winn explains the answers to spiritual questions one, two, and four: who am I? Where did I come from? Where am I going when I'm done?
Rev. Winn discusses 25 good reasons not to drink alcohol and a couple of reasons to drink it. The source is: "Look what drug, drug the cat in". (Available as a PDF download.)
Dr. Judy Mikovits is a modern-day Rosalind Franklin, a brilliant researcher shaking up the old boys’ club of science with her groundbreaking discoveries. And like many women who have trespassed into the world of men, she uncovered decades-old secrets that many would prefer to stay buried.
From her doctoral thesis, which changed the treatment of HIV-AIDS, saving the lives of millions, including basketball great Magic Johnson, to her spectacular discovery of a new family of human retroviruses, and her latest research which points to a new golden age of health, Dr. Mikovits has always been on the leading edge of science.
With the brilliant wit one might expect if Erin Brockovich had a doctorate in molecular biology, Dr. Mikovits has seen the best and worst of science. When she was part of the research community that turned HIV-AIDS from a fatal disease into a manageable one, she saw science at its best. But when her investigations questioned whether the use of animal tissue in medical research were unleashing devastating plagues of chronic diseases, such as autism and chronic fatigue syndrome, she saw science at its worst. If her suspicions are correct, we are looking at a complete realignment of scientific practices, including how we study and treat human disease.
Recounting her nearly four decades in science, including her collaboration of more than thirty-five years with Dr. Frank Ruscetti, one of the founders of the field of human retrovirology, this is a behind the scenes look at the issues and egos which will determine the future health of humanity.
I will be talking with Jennifer Turner Lynn, assistant director of REACH of Macon County, North Carolina.
We discuss sexual violence, sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape, and human trafficking.
Rosie McKinney discusses a very common addiction in men and husbands that is pornography and especially Internet pornography. She covers the field and everything that you would want to know about this prevalent disease and tells what a wife can do about it to keep her family together.