Radio Fairfax 6/26/2018

Jacqui Pelzel, R.N. is the owner of Scrub Hub Shoes and Salts in Harrison, Ohio and Caring First Home Health in West Harrison, IN. The Scrub Hub sells Medical apparel and accessories, fashion shoes and Himalayan Salt lamps as well as offering 2 Halotherapy relaxation rooms.

Caring First Home Health is a Medicare and Medicaid Certified agency that also offers non-medical and 24 hour in home care.  I have been in healthcare for 26 years and a graduate of Good Samaritan College of Nursing in 2004. I hold BA in Sociology from St. Leo University. www.ScrubHubOnline.com    www.CaringFirstHH.com

 

 

WWLN 1080AM/ WDZY1290AM/103.3FM KWDF 840AM/99.7FM 6/23/2018

 

Internal medicine specialist, Dr. Keri Peterson, will share: Results of the national “Prevent the Summer Burn” Survey of American heartburn sufferers and why common food triggers it, plus how when you’re eating and why can also play a role. She discuss the emotional and psychological effects the condition has on some sufferers and their summer enjoyment and tell listeners where newly available over-the-counter heartburn solutions can be found.

 

 

Our guests today are Stroke Survivor Adrian Cushenberry and Erika Odom, Lieutenant Commander, United States Public Health Service and a senior epidemiologist in the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC)

Stroke survivor Adrian Cushenberry tells his personal story of stroke survival and will share important information with the public about who is at risk and how to recognize stroke signs. Adrian Cushenberry, stroke survivor, is 50 years old and from Atlanta, GA. A fitness enthusiast, Adrian had a stroke at age 49 while driving to work. He was successfully treated at Emory Hospital in Atlanta and is once again living an active life. Since his stroke, he’s changed his outlook on life and spends time with his family and friends to motivate them to lower their risk for stroke.

 

Erika Odom is a Lieutenant Commander, United States Public Health Service and a senior epidemiologist in the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Currently, she serves as subject matter expert on the pre-hospital environment and improving the cardiac chain of survival, while her research agenda focuses on psychosocial factors associated with cardiovascular health. LCDR Odom has co-authored nearly 30 peer-reviewed publications and is committed to the advancement of public health science aimed at improving the health of vulnerable and medically underserved populations through excellence in research and programmatic development.

 

 

 

Our last guest today is Alpesh A. Patel, MD the director of orthopedic spine surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Dr. Patel will tells us how to Eliminate Back Pain without Opioids, and why Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Offers Better Pain Relief than Prescription Medications. He will talk about some of the latest research available, as well as Northwestern Medicine’s role in advancing treatment. Thankfully, there are many approaches to treating back pain other than chronic use of opioids and in this interview, Dr. Patel will discuss this thought further.

WCVX 1160 AM 6/23/2018

Our first guest is Lee Ann Mancini a self-published Christian children’s author. Her series Adventures of the Sea Kids, published by GLM Publishing LLC, has won numerous accolades. Lee Ann is currently an adjunct professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary. Her mission is to create content that helps families solidify a strong foundation in Jesus at an early age. Lee Ann also speaks to women groups regarding the redemptive power of the gospel represented through the types of brides of the church.

Her newest book of the series coming this Fall Forever with Jesus. To learn more about her books go to www.leeannmancini.com

 

 

 

Our second guest is Daniel A. Miller, JD, author of The Gifts of Acceptance He will be discussing the new book  and how it has the potential to repair relationships, revitalize careers, and make the world a better place. Daniel’s other bestseller was Losing Control, Finding Serenity.

 

He founded the California Institute of Real Estate Education, which offered state-licensed seminars to thousands of real-estate professionals, and achieved financial success as a real estate investment advisor to celebrities and the wealthy. After suffering a series of traumatic events, he began a new journey, learning to surrender to the ups and downs of life. In the process, he became an artist, a published poet, a champion senior tennis player, a happily married man, and a much wiser parent. He now writes and speaks about the profound benefits of letting go of control and practicing acceptance. To learn more, visit: www.danielmiller.com