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  • Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Francesco Ciccone of NY Rx Card

    in Health

    New York, NY – The New York Rx card is a state-wide free prescription discount card that is available to anyone and everyone, regardless of age, income, current health condition or residential status. The card provides a point-of-sale discount at any participating pharmacy for your prescription, whether it’s a name-brand or generic.
    “I've seen a lot of people with expensive medications be able to afford them using our card,” says Francesco Ciccone, program director for New York Rx Card. “That's why we're so passionate about it. We've helped a lot of people.”
    Since introducing the program in May 2011, New York Rx Card has saved New Yorkers save more than $225 million dollars on their prescriptions. Generic discounts can be as high as 75%. Name brands can be as high as 50% with an average discount of 30%. You can even use the card to get discounts on prescriptions for your pets as long as you're buying the prescription at the pharmacy and not at the veterinarian's office.
    New York Rx Card is marketed primarily to individuals who pay for health insurance but struggle to afford their prescriptions. You can acquire the card in a variety of ways. You can download a card from the website nyrxcard.com, as well as to your phone. If you do not have internet access you can call toll free 1.800.931.2297, leave your name and number and one will be mailed. Additionally, many hospitals, doctor’s offices and clinics have them displayed at the nurse’s station.
    “There's no fee, no fine print, no downside and no obligation,” says Ciccone. “There’s no catch. You can use it once or a million times. Every single prescription is eligible for a discount.”
    For more information on NY Rx Card, visit www.nyrxcard.com

  • CUTV News Radio Spotlights Colleen McCann

    in Nutrition

    Harrisburg, PA - Colleen McCann is a top-notch dietitian for over thirty plus years and founder and President of McCann-Cannard and Associates, a firm which provides food service consultation to organizations, hospitals, restaurants, and correctional institutions and individuals who need help with nutrition or food services.
    Feeling that it was time to open her own business, Colleen and two members of her staff incorporated McCann-Cannard & Associates, a foodservice and nutrition consultation company now in its 38th year. “As President of my firm I have provided services for over 200 healthcare facilities, businesses, and individuals.”
     “My hope is that more people will recognize how important it is to follow a healthful life plan,” says Colleen. “Following sustainable food regimes such as the Mediterranean diet is very beneficial. It is unequivocally important to be healthy and to possess an overall sense of well- being so that you are genuinely able to lead a more productive, happier life.”
    One of Colleen’s most notable accomplishments was heading efforts to obtain passage of a law to license Dietitian-Nutritionists in Pennsylvania, which took almost nineteen years to achieve.   The absolute necessity for helping people acquire excellent health is inarguably Colleen’s life- long achievement that keeps her continually persevering to spread awareness to people everywhere.
    Although being a dietitian can be an ideal career for people with a passion for health and wellness Colleen strongly advises anyone seeking it out as a career the need to take science and math courses to properly meet course requirements. It’s essential to be well versed to expertly guide people to proper nutrition and superior health.

  • CUTV News Radio spotlights Ayurvedic Practitioner Ceci Kramer

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    Centennial, CO — Ceci Kramer is an advanced Ayurvedic practitioner. Ayurveda is a traditional East Indian medicine, estimated to be over 5,000 years old, transmitted through the oral tradition for even longer than that.
    “Where Western medicine treats illness and symptoms, Ayurvedic practices prevent you from getting sick in the first place,” says Kramer.
    Ayurveda is one of the three sister sciences: Yoga, the physical and spiritual aspect; Jyotisha, the Indian form of astrology; Ayurveda is the medicinal part of the sister sciences which they use to base their theory of health on. Ayruveda drawing on different herbs to create different medicines for different ailments or problems.
    “I've had a lot of my own health struggles, specifically things that were very difficult for Western medicine to diagnose and treat, which is often the case with people who come to Ayurveda: they can't find answers in Western medicine,” says Kramer.
    The most common form of treatment would be probably herbal formulations to help a person's immune system fight illness without side effects or chemicals. These formulations can be teas, tinctures, oils, and herbal powder formulas. By focusing on lifestyle, diet and the herbal medications, Ceci can offer a well-rounded treatment plan for anyone looking to change the way they're living and re-balance themselves.
    According to Kramer, integrating the western and eastern traditions of medicine would be the ideal and there are more and more physicians who see the validity of preventative medicine and the value of what Ayurveda has to offer.
    For more info about Ceci Kramer, visit www.CeciKramer.com

  • Staci Cushenberry—Aging out of NY

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    I’m Staci Cushenbery, formally Nicholas and am 34 years old. My husband and I live in Harper, KS with our 4 kiddos and several dogs. Together we own a trucking business in the oil field and I also am a LuLaRoe retailer. On top of my super busy life I try to advocate for HD as often as anyone will let me. My first experience with HD was when my mom tested positive. From there on I’ve wanted to be as active as possible despite having no local resources. I was one of the founding members of the NYA where I served on the board for many years and headed the Silent Auction. My very first experience with the HD convention was a support group, from there my love for helping others was created. I have a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Social Work. Facilitating groups, helping children, and HD families is my passion. Most recently, I’ve joined up with others who have reached the age of 30+ and felt lost without the support they’d known to grow and love. We came up with the HDYAC, where my role will be limited but definitely be support based for others and I’m super excited where this next adventure with my HD family will take me! Lastly, I’ve participated in research for over a decade and truly believe that we will be the last generation to live with HD.

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    Whole Healing for Airway and Craniofacial Excellenc. F.A.C.E Your Health. - UIR

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    What a fantastic episode! Integrative dentist Dr. Amy Dayries she speaks with Julia Worrall, a nurse for the Foundation for Airway and Craniofacial Excellence on how to breathe better for optimal health!
     
    Brain fog? Poor sleep? Kids don't sleep through the night? Finds answers on this the show!
    You will be amazed and blown away by what you here here, especially about nose breathing!
    Make sure you listen right to the very end.

  • B. Fly Welcomes Shameka Andrews of Disability Empowered Consulting

    in Caregiving

    On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Radio Show We Welcome Special Guest Shameka Andews Of Disability Empowered Consulting. Shameka will share how she is an advocate for individuals with disabilities , as well as helps those individuals families find resources also. Shameka is also the Author of " Butterfly On Wheels",  as well as the state coordinator of the the Ms Wheelchair NY program an advocacy and empowerment program for women who use wheelchairs to bring attention to issues that affect people with disabilities and their families.

  • HEALTH MEDIA NOW-GERALD VARDZEL-TRENDS IN PERSONALIZED MEDICINE

    in Health

    Please join us Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Gerald Vardzel, President and CEO of Helomics will be joining us for an informative and lively interview regarding the trends in personalized medicine and how their company can help in a cancer diagnosis. Mr. Vardzel has over 25 years of healthcare executive management experience developing and implementing commercialization strategies and models for technology launches.  He has developed innovative solutions for both CLIA and FDA regulatory paths defining the delivery chains from discovery to clinical acceptance. Mr. Vardzel was previously Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategic Initiatives at Global Specimen Solutions.  Mr. Vardzel graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. Helomics’ services are tailored to the specific requirements of our clients within the pharmaceutical, diagnostic, biotechnology and academic industries. Projects are performed on a fee-for-service basis according to a project proposal that specifies a detailed scope of work, timeline, and budget. We bring a unique combination of live and fixed cell bioanalytical capabilities, backed by extensive expertise, to help you achieve your project goals.

  • ADHD and Decision Making: What a Challenge

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    Many with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder struggle with making decisions.  In this episode, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (http://digcoaching.com) looks at the anatomy of a decision, so to speak, to illuminate decisions in different contexts. He relates them back to working memory challenges which can be problematic for those with ADHD. Jeff shares conceptual strategies to inspire listeners to think about the challenges of making decisions in a more purposeful way. If you procrastinate on decisions, listen and learn more about the anatomy of decisions and brainstorm with Jeff to find ways to thoughtfully manage the process
    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works. Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff, go to http://www.digcoaching.com. 

  • When one thinks of cancer, DISEASE is automatically and incorrectly associated

    in Health

    Let us start looking at cancer as something different than a negative health condition. Instead, cancer can be viewed as an injury or malfunction caused by an externally induced event, or what poor choices you make.
    Maybe looking at cancer as a condition caused by something outside of us rather than from within us, is a good mindset to keep a healthy perspective, and to stay out of fear, for choice matters.
    Mainstream oncology prefers to keep people believing that cancer is a disease and that drugs are the only treatment option. And the scam companies keep advertising that you should donate to them for they are finding the CURE of Cancer, which is a complete lie; you don’t cure a symptom. Tune in Wednesday at 7PM   FOR THE REST OF THE STORY

  • What is acid reflux and respiratory reflux? How to get to the root cause!

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    Dr. Jeanette welcomes Dr. Jamie Koufman, MD, author of Acid Reflux in Children: how healthy eating can fix your child's asthma, allergies, obesity, nasal congestion, cough and croup, to share a great paradigm shift in treating children's acute and chronic health issues. Dr. Jamie gets to the root of the issue and it is not in drugs, surgeries or shots!
    Dr. Koufman is the world's authority on reflux; but what really is reflux? How can a child or baby recognize acid reflux or see the repercussions that develop into respiratory reflux?
    Can you correct all the childhood health concerns by just changing the child's diet? Why did no one ever say this before? Do I have to make significant changes to taking care of my kids?
    Virtually everyone is sick these days. Why are we having so much resistance to changing the diet of our children these days when Dr. Koufman shares that it is the first step to enhancing your child's health?
    Has your physician ever suggested that your gut has an issue first before doing surgeries or giving drastic medications to solve acute or chronic symptoms?
    Perhaps it is time for a change, permanently!
    For more information and contact information for Dr. Koufman visit:  www.VoiceInstituteOfNewYork.com
    For support session with Dr. Jeanette visit:  www.DrJeanetteGallagher.com
     

  • Phoenix Fitness Owner Royce Claflin talks Powerlifting & Fitness

    in Nutrition

    Royce L. Claflin, owner of Phoenix Fitness in Dover, NH and creator of Barbell Athlete Ranking system (B.A.R.S.) was formally educated in business management. His obsession with strength training lead him to educate himself immensely in health and exercise. Furthering his education through numerous certifications and seminars and keeping up on the latest research and trends is vital to Royce and his coaching. He has a very particular set of skills you will not find anywhere else; Royce has experienced the worst cases injuries (ironically, outside of the weight room); these injuries include a spinal fusion, hip surgery and shoulder reconstruction. This experience has provided invaluable skills for developing his athletes and their education. Having extensive experience in different styles of strength training, from Bodybuilding, to standard linear progression, to the cube method, to Shieko, to Conjugate he has the ability to take clients from a novice lifter to a competitive athlete to a professional. What makes his story interesting, is how far He has came in his journey. His odds of being a competitive power lifter were certainly against him, graduating from from High School at 120lbs, 5’8”, 6’3” wingspan with a 80lb max bench press, pretty much drove him to exceed expectations and persevere through shortfalls and struggles . His lifting partners were piling chains and bands on the bars a long time ago before it was popular, and most of the time it was because of Royce’s crazy ideas leading the workouts. Royce built his bench press up to 365 lbs in 10 years, and again a second time after having both shoulders repaired. He deadlifted triple bodyweight with a dislocated spine, and squatted 4x/week under the same condition.