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Auto Show Preview 011418
AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER WITH THE METRO PORTLAND NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION AND MELISSA TWEET OF JDRF, ABOUT THE AUTO SHOW PREVIEW CHARITY PARTY THAT BENEFITS SEVERAL LOCAL CHARITIES INCLUDING JDRF.
just sick. But the congressman has been granted to stoop organ for diabetes research six point seven million mile. And some of that comes from the social preview and that Clinton doesn't do. So him maybe our audience isn't super familiar with this as you and I are with type one diabetes what is type one diabetes . Tackling maybe eighties and autoimmune disease which that included stops producing and sign. And ended we have the supplemented with an ultimate source of ends when. Media. How
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
well they it's showing how effective it is for people even with multiple sclerosis send. Different issues. Anders played therapies that is primarily. With children. It's really the art. A therapeutic play of helping kids. I'm
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation 031316
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTEN BAXTER FROM CROHN’S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA, DR. DAVID GRUNKEMEIR FROM THE OREGON CLINIC, DREW SCOTT, A PATIENT, AND HIS MOM JENN SCOTT ABOUT CROHN’S AND COLITIS DISEASE, THE FOUNDATION, AND SUMMER CAMP.
have many many complications from us is it says it all and autoimmune disease . It auto immune is is a term that we can think it's also yet to cancel terms of Tamiflu a term that
Arthritis Foundation 021416
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE IVIE WITH ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION, CATHY BURGESS, AN ARTHRITIS PATIENT AND WALK HONOREE, AND GRACE BURGESS, DAUGHTER OF CATHY, ABOUT WHAT ARTHRITIS IS, HOW IT EFFECTS THE INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY, AND THE ARTHRITIS WALK IN VANCOUVER IN MAY.
of and to organize the right because there's arthritis that is an autoimmune disease and that's where it does truly impact the internal organs and your eyes as well. It's all arthritis no immune disease. There's. Different types of arthritis so now a some of it is strictly focused around the joints like and osteoarthritis that is more aware and terror arthritis. And man. Paris rheumatoid arthritis . Juvenile arthritis you VI NS. So many different types of arthritis yet there's one fact at a site. Do your present assuming
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation 012416
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTEN BAXTER FROM CCFA, DR. DAVID GRUNKEMEIER, GASTROENTEROLOGIST WITH THE OREGON CLINIC, AND BRETT LICHTENTHALER, A PATIENT, ABOUT WHAT CROHN’S & COLITIS IS, HOW IT EFFECTS INDIVIDUALS, AND THE WORK THE CROHN’S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA DOES.
very large I'm in fact the entire process is immune mediated. Other autoimmune diseases that we think about like lupus and I mean appetite is simpler terms reticence. Arise this and other things. That's a condition where the body's immune cells. Attacked itself in a particular area whether your skin you or. In testing your liver. And then this way if you take out as a thought in this way. There isn't. Autoimmune if you will process the body's immune system. Is what's causing the damage it's not. That stuff I think god that's not
Northwest Functional Medicine 011016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. CHRISTINA BERGSTROM, FOUNDER AND PHYSICIAN WITH NORTHWEST FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE, ABOUT FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS WAYS OF HEALING.
any number of diseases that can cause high blood pressure heart disease diabetes obesity depression autoimmune disease everything. You know we we think sometimes oh heart disease caused by cholesterol but really it may be the stress and nation.
JDRF Type 1 Nation 110815
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. JESSICA CASTLE, ENDOCRINOLOGIST AT OHSU, AND KARIS SOLOMITIS WITH JDRF, ABOUT THE TYPES OF DIABETES , RESEARCH BEING DONE TO FIND A CURE, AND THE DIABETES AWARENESS EVENT, TYPE 1 NATION.
Watson and on the show this time we're gonna learn all about diabetes . The differences between type two in type one diabetes . The complications involved look diabetes . Derosa you hear about a great diabetes information link coming up at like to welcome doctor Jessica castle endocrinologist with always just you and on the board of directors with GDR have. Also Kara solbes development coordinator with JD RF of Oregon and southwest Washington Booker to microscope. Take our credit Afghans. So for the invitation absolutely so before you started talking about slow an event that's coming very soon let's talk about diabetes specifically doctor Cassell. You know a lot about diabetes . I I went to a lot of school to learn about beating us so we get that done much can be said okay. And what is an endocrinologist first son and technologists is a physician that treats patients for grueling and in hormone diseases. And primary that patients say he C have diabetes both sons type one or type two diabetes . Type one or take two what's the what's the difference. So old type two diabetes is a more common form of diabetes . It can range from people that can treated with lifestyle changes alone so diet and exercise is. On some news individuals take oral medications and other require insulin therapy. We know that it's a disease of insulin resistance so they need more insulin to lower blood checkers. And it's related to genetics. As well as it's tied with obesity. And you have an increased risk if the or I'm not very active. Type one diabetes . In contrast is an autoimmune disease . So it means that your immune system attacks your patriots and that includes the cells that produce insulin. So you're not able to treat type one diabetes . With lifestyle changes it requires insulin for survival. We hear a lot about diabetes in general on the rise is that type one or type two or or both on the rise. There's an increase of both type one and type two diabetes but mostly what we hear about is the epidemic of obesity. And that is tied with large increase in type two diabetes . In that it did a lot of people that abuse call it adult onset Davies right but it's not only with adults. That's right so we're now seeing with childhood obesity. More tight today BD is in children but it's much more common in adults. Type one diabetes used to be called juvenile diabetes . But we now know that. It's not only diagnosed in children but also an adults as well and so it's no longer referred to as juvenile diabetes it's referred to as. Type one diabetes . I have I improved from that I was diagnosed with type one diabetes when it was 42 years old I think. Definitely not a juvenile right so what's happening with adults rates had a say in about half of people are diagnosed over the age of eighteen. Why is that why is why do you supposed on the rise. Not I think that nobody really knows and it's nobody really completely understands why some home with type one diabetes develops type one diabetes so we know that it's very much related to genetics. But what pushes somebody over the edge so that there are immune system and attacks that pay increase is not well understood so. In May be for example are related to being exposed to a virus. But no one's been able to ice latest single virus or condition that causes type one diabetes . You know when I was diagnosed nothing out of the ordinary happened in my life that triggered it that I can think of so I it's one of just one of those things it's kind of laying dormant is that correct me and maybe get a pop out any time since some scary good. They are right in that. You know people have a genetic predisposition. I am to developing type one diabetes and it's not it tells something happens and we don't again understand completely what that is but. Where they actually develop that inflammation that ends up. Destroying those insulin producing cells. Post type one diabetes treated. So attempt Monday BD's is treated with insulin. And that could be either through injections. Quarry can be used the DE
ADA NuNaturals 102515
AN INTERVIEW WITH TAYLOR SIMON WITH THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION AND RITA HEIKENFELD, CERTIFIED CULINARY PROFESSIONAL ABOUT DIABETES PREVENTION, HEALTHY EATING, AND USING SUGAR SUBSTITUTES, LIKE NUNATURALS STEVIA.
about how you can be more healthy. And prevent chronic diseases like diabetes I like to welcome tiller Simon associate manager with the American Diabetes Association. And read hi can build a certified culinary professional and certify in modern herbalist welcome to Mexico ladies. Are. Absolutely so today we wanna focus on what healthy eating and diabetes prevention and diabetes awareness weeks wanna focus on those things today so Taylor let's get started with few. Give us some kind of low broad overview of some diabetes basics there several types of diabetes is not. Got yeah that is correct though it there's ticket for diabetes we call them cheap one and shaped steel. I type one diabetes is. I made this order we are. Do you let. Are not prop thirteen or use dean in planet don't wave that Dirk body block and kill. And if need be how is Bibi has an autoimmune disease or couple of different factors that basically your body stopped pretty Kean and plan. And when I talk about in plan I want you to imagine. I had that insulin is sort of the key and that he would. They pinch yourself and unlock your spouse to be able to use that energy that you're getting from credit. So without into play and you're not able to use energy that you're eating. To meet your body run properly. So type one minute by DDQ one thing got more of an autoimmune disease . Type two diabetes is similar to a pipeline in that it's had this corridor where intranet not being abused her produced a effectively or efficiently.
Be The Match 080215
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAGDA SILVA, SENIOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT REPRESENTATIVE WITH BE THE MATCH AND CARLOS CORTES, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS WITH QDOBA, ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF DONATING BONE MARROW AND HOW QDOBA IS DONATING PROCEEDS TO HELP.
it. I. Back problems some things like or do you have any autoimmune disease says those. May disqualify you don't sell it there's a lot of gray area as well also just because. If they had
Arthritis Foundation 051015
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALICE IVIE, DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AND ALICE MINDAK, ADULT HONOREE WITH THE VANCOUVER WALK TO CURE ARTHRITIS, ABOUT THE WORK THE FOUNDATION DOES AND ALL ABOUT THE WALK TO RAISE AWARENESS AND FUNDS.
so far my my biggest. Achilles heel would be my feet. Those autoimmune diseases are horrible and horrible bush I have type one navy is and I know all about autoimmune disease and that they are no fun. Crazy but we do have the balked secure birthright is coming up very soon in Vancouver