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Let’s Create A Better World – 04.30.16

We have two guests on the show. The first talks about food, water and how environmental change is playing a major role in the negative effects our food is having on us and the world in which we live. The second guest discusses overcoming alcohol addiction and living a healthy, “Soulfully Aware” life. Our first guest is Kari Hamerschlag, senior program manager for “Friends of the Earth”. www.FOE.org She speaks about the harmful affects our current food and water supply are having on us and our environment. Furthermore, she discusses Food, Water, Agriculture, Climate Change and Biodiversity. Our second guest, Natalie Rountree, is an advocate for bringing awareness to the pain and struggles of women, mothers and others facing addiction to alcohol or in recovery. She is the founder of “Sober Living Soulful Living” www.SoberLivingSoulfulLiving.com which focuses on inspiring and encouraging those in recovery from alcoholism. Natalie has aided hundreds of people in their recovery since 2008 and continues to inspire thousands more daily with her story, her blogs, public speaking events, Facebook page, podcasts and more.

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Let’s Create A Better World – 04.16.16

Prostate Cancer is growing by leaps and bounds in the United States and a number of other places worldwide. This disease effects men of ages, especially men over 40. Our guest is Peter Starr who has traveled the world and put together a DVD on his interviews with 56 major doctors and holistic practitioners that give their feedback, information and tips on overcoming this dis-ease and the related issues. He also discusses the important supportive role that women play in this process as a helper and care giver.

Peter talks about how he overcame prostate cancer and how he is continuing a healthy lifestyle and all the things he is doing to teach and get the word out on this disease.

Peter discusses conventional treatments vs. the new natural methods and the side effects of cancer treatment. Other related topics discussed include the essential steps of living a healthy lifestyle, having an active sex life, keeping a healthy diet and surrounding yourself with better people in life overall.

Peter Starr’s website: www.SurvivingProstateCancer.org

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What Women Must Know – 06.18.15

Solutions for Managing Bladder Issues, Vaginal Dryness and other Special Women’s needs with Cheryl Meyers

Cheryl Myers is an integrative health nurse, author, and expert on natural medicine. She is a nationally-recognized speaker who has been interviewed by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Prevention Magazine. Her many articles have been published in such diverse journals as Aesthetic Surgery Journal and Nutrition in Complementary Care, and her research on botanicals has been presented at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the North American Menopause Society. Ms. Myers is the head of Scientific Affairs and Education for EuroPharma, Inc.

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The Gary Null Show – 06.11.15

The latest on health and healing – so many women in America are dealing with menopause in a more natural way, more insights. A new study about brain inflammation triggers, and what model we can use to treat people without loss of memory. The role of estrogen in cervical cancer. From the environmental segment, California is sinking, and it’s getting worse, and why it matters. And more!

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Women’s Rights in the Workplace – Bullying – 03.30.15

Are you suffering from severe workplace bullying?  Join Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell as they visit with Professor David Yamada, a tenured Professor of Law and Founding Director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston.  Professor Yamada is an internationally recognized authority on the legal aspects of workplace bullying, and he is author of model …