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.
Drinking alcohol even in moderation could raise the risk of getting infected by COVID-19 according to WHO. Find out how in this podcast.
Luc Montagnier, a French virologist and co-recipient of the 2008 Nobel prize in medicine has publicly declared his belief that COVID-19 not only came from the level IV bio containment lab in Wuhan China but was also created there.
In this podcast, I talk about what are all of the symptoms of coronavirus. I also discuss what you should do if you have the symptoms, including sheltering in place. I tell you when you can stop isolation and other pertinent information.
Pedestrian fatalities are increasing at a dramatic rate from the low in 2009 of around 4100 to almost 6600 last year. I will tell you about two possible reasons in this podcast.
In this podcast, we talk about the most universally associated problem dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. I talk about stress and its resultant.... Anxiety. I answer the question: how do you know if you're suffering from increased anxiety. And finally, I tell you what you can do about resolving it. I refer you to Catherine Carrigan and her plan for decreasing anxiety by 50% with eight 1 minute breathing exercises. It's all described in "The little book of breathwork". You can reach Catherine at 678-612-8818 and request a free consultation.
Suzanne, a former workaholic, changed her life after an unthinkable tragedy, the death of her 22-year-old daughter, Teal. For the next two years, she had a huge spiritual awakening and out of that, a new mission was born which started with this book on helping others to really take care of themselves for balance, health, and happiness. Get a free white paper report called: 10 sneaky myths that kills self-care… And the enlightening truth that will revive it by going to her website: Suzanne falter.com and requesting it.
I apologize for the delay in getting this podcast up. This week I have had computer, printer, and Internet issues.
This corona update will talk about inflammation, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs especially ibuprofen, the importance of sleep, the use of universal masks, zinc lozenges, and getting your body in an alkaline state.
On our podcast today I discuss the use of masks as a universal recommendation when you are out in public. Final recommendations from the World Health Organization, the CDC, and the Pres.'s task force should be coming soon. In the meantime, if you have a mask at home, wear it. If you don't, make one or even use a scarf. It's that important.
Dr. David Hanscom an orthopedic surgery specialist discusses whether or not a patient with back pain should consider a surgical operation. He also discusses a nonsurgical treatment program for chronic pain which is highly effective, can be done at home, and cost nothing.