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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
Portland Clinic Of Holistic Health 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC HEALTH ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE AND HOW PATIENTS CAN BENEFIT FROM IT.
The grueling natural it is natural. Health movement was focused on diet. Exercise . Fresh air strikes and human beings yeah it's you know we see everywhere around the corner. And how when I was. Gosh
to do is obesity. Can do it our poor diet lack of exercise . I'm bad and so what. Lies. It is to who has to do with increased diagnosis and screening you can catch currently
American Heart Assoc 011418
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE WEISENBACK, CHAIRWOMAN 2018 GO RED FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN AND PRESIDENT OF KEYBANK OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, AND HEIDI STEWART, 2018 GO RED REAL WOMAN AND HEART DISEASE SURVIVOR ABOUT FEBRUARY HEART MONTH AND THE LITTLE HATS BIG HEARTS CAMPAIGN.
times people here's a stories. You know heart attacks or various. And physical conditions in so it has gotten a lot of press and you Younis CN depicted in movies and think Italy think women
great time to really understand and know and the I am a physical health. And she knows the numbers that are impart in teen what is your cholesterol what is your thing I think we
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. HAN LIANG, CHIEF OF MENTAL HEALTH AT KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND TEEN MENTAL HEALTH.
makes sense. And what are people starting to. Take care of their physical health as well as their mental health there are people starting to piece those two things together and realize that you're kind
So what you're saying is that there is actually the connection between physical health and mental well yeah absolutely. And I think we will we didn't have studies that might say that when your emotional health is at risk. You end up spending more time at the doctor's office for physical conditions X and because he's. Unfortunately there's an unfortunate statistic. That issues that. Folks that are dealing with emotional issues are more likely to be prescribed. Opiate pain medications. Four physical issues. So I think we've got we've got to wrap themselves around and make sure that we take a holistic view at
American Foundation For Suicide Prevention 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE WITH AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND THEIR FUNDRAISING WALKS COMING IN OCTOBER.
of people. That we surveyed say that they view mental health and physical health is being equally important so. I don't know what the stigma exists for us in in terms of seeking help for
so it's almost akin to. If you can imagine the most intense physical pain that you've ever been and I'm for some people it's broken bone or the birth of the child or something like
OHA Smoking Cessation 073017
And prevent and manage chronic diseases specifically. Around tobacco use and also physical activity and nutrition and south. We're really added excited about sort that we do and I think having the passion of the folks