1 in 5 Children Struggle with Hunger in America. America’s Egg Farmers and Share our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® Campaign Partner to End Childhood Hunger. Leigh Ann Edwards MPH, RD will tell us how we can help. Jon Vroman “Campus Speaker of the Year” will tell us how he encourages college students to find and develop their unique talents. Hanne Hojsted will teach us about how looking at the iris of our eyes can determine information about a patient's systemic health. Practitioners match their observations to iris charts, which divide the iris into zones that correspond to specific parts of the human body. Iridologists see the eyes as "windows" into the body's state of health. See what you can find out about your own eyes.
John Koller, of Playstation will educate us about the trends in technical devices that help us function in our daily life. Some people cannot function at full capacity due to rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Debbie McGrady will tell us how RA patients are helping one another. Cesar Milan, the “Dog Whisperer” will tell us how he is helping the world combat the problem of canine abandonment and about his new television show. Eric Pearl is helping patients heal through Reconnective Healing. He will share with us his new book Solomon Speaks. All these guests have things to teach us. Please join us.
Family is very important. Richard Hill did not know he was adopted. It was quite a journey to finally connect all the dots. Katie Pratt is a farmer and wife and mother. Their seven generation family farming business stresses the importance of working together. Wife, mother, educator, and poet Katya Taylor did not start her family until she was in her forties. Family makes all the difference. Learn the importance of your family from this episode.
The word “mojo”comes for the African Congo word “moyo,” which means your life-force. If your ‘life-force’ seems to have dimmed, now is the time to reclaim your Mojo, in Midlife ( or otherwise). Discover how to overcome the obstacles that stop you from living your life’s purpose and get sparked into action! Frankie Picasso’s book, Midlife Mojo: How to get through the midlife crisis and emerge as your true self is not a self-help book. It is a “to-do” book that will guide you on your quest to change. Stay tuned as we also explore her book No Bull Allowed- How to Lose the Losers and Lasso in Love written in collaboration with Kelly Wallace.
It is Valentine’s Day, the time to show love to others. It is also time to love your own body. Learn how what you eat and drink and how you relate to others can help your heart be healthy. The correct chiropractic care can positively affect how you feel. Incorporate these tips into your life as a Valentine’s present to yourself.
How does one survive polio and raise three children, hold down a job, and keep a marriage alive and well? Linda Christianson in her book All the Steps I Have Taken: Then and Now tells us how. How do you survive your promotion? Edward Lopatin has done it, written about it in his book by the same title, and will tell us how to do it.
One child in every 88 has been identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) according to the CDC. It is five times more common in boys than girls. Most children are not diagnosed until age 4. How do these children function in the school setting and how do parents handle the stress while caring for them? Learn about a girl’s tools for coping from Kari Dunn Buron author of Adalyn’s Clare and listen to one mother tell what it is like to have a 25 year old adult child with Asperger’s.
When a parent gets sick the children no matter what age often become caregivers putting their own lives on hold. When a child is unruly the parent has to keep the emotions out of the equation and help the offspring find inner self-control. Both of these type situations can be very stressful for all involved. This show will explore the journey of what it is like to have a parent with early onset Alzheimer’s disease and Life-Ki-do will give you four original tools to empower children with critical skills that they need to thrive today and into adulthood.
Pets become part of our family. We have to select them from a reliable source. They can suffer some ailments just like humans. Learn what to look for when acquiring your pet and how Aloe Vera from Desert Harvest can help heal your pet’s ailments.
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