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Adventist Health 090918
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. RUSTY KINDER, PAIN SPECIALIST WITH ADVENTIST HEALTH ABOUT OPIOID USE, ALTERNATIVES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT, AND HOW ADVENTIST HEALTH HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AT REDUCING OPIOID USE.
a little bit later. On the bill does include medications. Psychological supports. Physical therapy. And some mourn death things that I do you like. In an injections and in surgery well. One of the things
own and we also look it's. Non pharmacological non drug therapies like physical therapy. And mind mindful this and and then in my case my field we kind of folks on. And kind of day
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOE FINKBONNER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NPAIHB ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH NORTHWEST TRIBES REGARDING HEALTH AND WELFARE, AND ABOUT THEIR INDIAN DAY CELEBRATION.
in terms of swamp. How to work with their populations. On. Increasing physical activity . Of course you know that controlling blood sugar is only one aspect of those diabetes also getting them afterwards. Stay until I'm PO. Mobile so that they can reduce their own morbidity and mortality by I increasing the amount abduction site that they do that if it doesn't need to be strenuous exercise can be. You know simply walking Tony get thirty minutes that they are not getting its chance. Their health status of their
MS Society 082618
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHLOE COHEN, AMBASSADOR WITH THE NATIONAL MS SOCIETY ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE MS, RESEARCH THAT’S BEING DONE, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
are thinking how withdrawn or whatever but. He really. Not only the physical aspect of walking picket he was trained for mobility so he helped tool. With. Just navigating to the world. But he did
Help Team Brenda 081918
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRENDA FARRIS AND BARON ROBISON, A SISTER AND BROTHER, ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS AND PERSONAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AROUND CANCER.
to live differently if we pain free life without a lot of physical challenges and so for me I really had to buckle down and realize this just something I have to fight I asked to. Grab this fact that this is going to be my life because. I do have cancer no we don't have cancer felt right to our bodies but normally are immune system takes care of it but for me. I'd you have cancer and I have a everyday and I need to fight it all the time. So I changed my life I L I N and other chemical in apparently healthy lifestyle but I gained extensively and then. I exercise every day expect very important to. Open up the pathways. For the enzyme that can go ranch and shut down cancer. So I exercise every day. I religiously follow. My diet regime which type of research extensively about it looked unbeatable beneficial from my type of
UCP Oregon 081218
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN CUSHMAN AND GAVIN JOHNSON WITH UCP OREGON ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO ASSISTING PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
many of the events and it's a great opportunity to get together. Exercise . And share the love. Mid September is that September the pretty good month your degree in its first summer as early July
Terry Beard Author 071518
AN INTERVIEW WITH TERRY BEARD, AUTHOR OF THE BOOK SQUELCHED ABOUT HOW HE OVERCAME THE FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING AND ADVICE ON HOW EVERYONE CAN OVERCOME THAT FEAR.
current quieter who's the night wore dukes the do's and eat breathing exercise eat. Let you know. I'm not listening to any of that and a lot of people do. And the more we focus
Capes & Crowns Foundation 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLIE COLE, FOUNDER OF THE CAPES AND CROWNS FOUNDATION, A NON-PROFIT THAT PHOTOGRAPHS KIDS AND FAMILIES GOING THROUGH SERIOUS HEALTH ISSUES.
so funny because there's this sweet old man. Sitting there on the exercise bike and he's just laughing it's tough because I think he's watching this little girl was NASA unicorn Tutu on the elliptical.
Lilly. And hopes they can get her to come off but to exercise equipment if that I that you don't know how did you plot X. And as you don't know how to deal like
Alzheimer's Association 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARA GRIFFEY, WALK DIRECTOR WITH THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION OF OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, ABOUT THE WORK THEY AROUND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND ABOUT THEIR WALKS COMING UP LATER IN THE SUMMER.
and keeping their brains active and kind of like the way we exercise our muscles you know taxes as your brain and staying involved is really helpful. Hey guys don't have a lot of friends
Portland Clinic of Holistic Health 051318
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC MEDICINE ABOUT THE BENEFITS AND RISKS OF VITAMIN D AND SUN EXPOSURE, AS WELL AS THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF INFLAMMATION.
not helping him and associate a whole host of negative outcomes from cardiovascular disease cancer. Ellen I'm blinded themselves the researchers they were shocked I wasn't particularly shocked because the other incident pointing this way
fire. That has secondary negative effects so even even in the area. Cardiovascular disease chronic digestive problems autoimmune disease. Really across the board chronic inflammation. Can Max. Powers an underlying driver and contributor to many
Guide Dogs for the Blind 042918
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTINE BENNINGER, CEO OF GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO RAISING AND TRAINING GUIDE DOGS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS.
something I wanna get out and about every single day either for exercise . But you know a dog needs to be worked every day. So if basically. You just once a week wanna take your