W4CY & W4VET August 30, 2016

Dudley-photo001-239x300Our first guest is D Dudley Danoff he will discuss Prostrate Cancer Awareness Month. “The key to prostate cancer cure is early diagnosis,” says Dr. Dudley Danoff, a urologist and author of The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health (Del Monaco Press, 2015). September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month all across America. Prostate cancer is one of the most serious health problems in the United States. It has touched almost every family by involving either one of its members or friends. Approximately 240,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in the United States this year. It is the most common male malignancy and the second most common cause of death from all tumors.

There are no symptoms associated with early prostate cancer. The primary tool for early detection of prostate cancer is a screening blood test, B-PSA (prostatic specific antigen). All men aged forty and over should get a yearly screening PSA blood test, as well as a digital rectal examination by a qualified physician. Heightened public awareness, making the early diagnosis of prostate cancer easier, has resulted in an increase in effective treatment and cure. “The good news is that—provided the diagnosis of prostate cancer is made earlyenough to allow maximal effective treatment—life after prostate cancer, surgery, or other treatment options can be full, rich, rewarding, and allow a man to be continent, sexually active, and vigorous in all areas of his life,” advises Dr. Danoff.

An author and requested guest on national radio and television shows, Dr. Danoff is a graduate of Princeton University and Yale University Medical School. He has taught on the clinical faculty of the UCLA School of Medicine for more than 25 years and is the founder and president of the prestigious Cedars-Sinai Tower Urology Medical Group in Los Angeles. He is Urologist to many Hollywood stars and the recipient of various national and international honors, Dr. Danoff is also senior attending urologist at the Saban Los Angeles Free Clinic. For more information on Mens Health go to  www.towerurology.com

 

 

 

dr-g-profileOur next  guest today is Contributor & author: Gerard Gianoli, M.D., F.A.C.S.,Neuro-otology & Skull Base Surgeon, Member of  The  Association of American Physicians and Surgteons. (AAPS) he discusses the subject “Is Clinton’s Health Less Important than Trump’s?  What do we know about Mrs. Clinton’s health?

Dr. Gianoli specializes in Neuro-otology and Skull Base Surgery.  He is in private practice at The Ear and Balance Institute, located in Covington, Louisiana but is also a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics at Tulane University School of Medicine.  He pioneered treatments for Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence and other vestibular disorders.  His private practice has a worldwide reach, with patient referrals coming from all over the United States and from around the world. His research interests include the diagnosis of increased intracranial pressure and was co-investigator in a NASA study, which led the use of a non-invasive device for intracranial pressure monitoring on the international space station. Dr. Gianoli opted out of Medicare in 2001 and has had a 100% third-party-free practice since 2005.  He’s lectured and written extensively (as well as had numerous media interviews) on third party free medical practices and free market medicine.  His editorials have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Investor’s Business Daily, The Hill and other popular periodicals.

 

Wilkins WSKY KWDF WDZY 8-27-2016

LindsayDavisMissOhioLindsey Davis , a former Miss Ohio United State is our guest today and her subject matter is “How to detect and treat S-C-A or Sudden Cardiac Awareness”. The Most Common Cause of Sudden Death in Athletes.

Lindsay Davis, a former Miss Ohio United States, is an advocate for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) who helped in the passage of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness legislation in Ohio titled “Lindsay’s Law.” The law requires all coaches and teachers to undergo education on the symptoms of SCA. She is currently working to get other states to pass a similar legislation in addition to a law that requires CPR training as a high school graduation requirement.

Davis was diagnosed at age 17 with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a condition that puts her at increased risk of SCA. Davis is an associate editor of Open Heart BMJ, the online cardiology edition of the British Medical Journal. Last September, Davis was honored with a “Point of Light” award by former President George H. W. Bush for her work with heart related charities and initiatives.

 

Our next guests are Lifestyle bloggers and friends, Lesley Graham of Lesley W. Graham and Anna Liesemeyer of In Honor of Design decided to take a challenge by doing a style swap with Home Decorators Collection. Redoing a room can be overwhelming and having a fresh design eye to put the pieces together can deliver a new look homeowners never would have imagined. Letting a trusted best friend play a part in designing a space means big inspiration without the budget of a professional designer.

16674795445_85c4f601a3_zLesley Graham of Lesley W. Graham

c3eeb50e22d32dbc4e547ec30017a236_400x400Anna Liesemeyer of In Honor of Design,

 

 

 

 

 

Dr.-Sumitra-MuralidharOur last guest is  Dr. Sumitra (Suma) Muralidhar, Program Director of the Million Veteran Program from the VA will discuss the Program.

Dr. Muralidhar has worked at the VHA Office of Research and Development (ORD) for over sixteen years in various scientific program management roles, including VA’s Genomic Medicine Program.  For the past ten years, she has played a leading role in the development and implementation of the Million Veteran Program, to establish one of the world’s largest databases to study the interplay between genes, lifestyle, military exposure and health. She serves as the Designated Federal Officer for VA’s Genomic Medicine Program Advisory Committee, A FACA panel of national experts advising the VA Secretary on genomic medicine/precision medicine. Currently, she serves as the Program Director for the Million Veteran Program and ORD’s liaison to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for the Precision Medicine Initiative. In 2005-2006, Dr. Muralidhar served as Health and Science Advisor to the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee.  Prior to joining the VA, she was an Associate Professor at the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Georgetown University.

Christian Talk 1160 AM August 27, 2016

dr-g-profileOur first guest today is Contributor & author: Gerard Gianoli, M.D., F.A.C.S., Neuro-otology & Skull Base Surgeon, Member of The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) he discusses the subject “Is Clinton’s Health Less Important than Trump’s?  What do we know about Mrs. Clinton’s health?

Gerard Gianoli, M.D., F.A.C.S. specializes in Neuro-otology and Skull Base Surgery.  He is in private practice at The Ear and Balance Institute, located in Covington, Louisiana but is also a Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics at Tulane University School of Medicine.  He pioneered treatments for Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence and other vestibular disorders.  His private practice has a worldwide reach, with patient referrals coming from all over the United States and from around the world. His research interests include the diagnosis of increased intracranial pressure and was co-investigator in a NASA study, which led the use of a non-invasive device for intracranial pressure monitoring on the international space station. Dr. Gianoli opted out of Medicare in 2001 and has had a 100% third-party-free practice since 2005.  He’s lectured and written extensively (as well as had numerous media interviews) on third party free medical practices and free market medicine.  His editorials have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Investor’s Business Daily, The Hill and other popular periodicals.

 

 

imagesCarol Sissom, Author, freelance writer, investigative journalist and private detective and now our new contributor on the weather  for Lets Just Talk. Carol is studying to become a future Meteorologist.  Carol will discuss exciting weather stories and new segments to us each week. This week she covers the Tornadoes that hit Kokomo, Indiana, where an EF3 twister hit the town directly.  Some 220 people, mostly from apartment complexes ravaged by the storm, the victims of the storms having been in temporary shelters since the tornado hit.