The February 11th edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion about acute and chronic pain causes and pain management Download this episode (right click and save)
Dr. Laura Kelly is a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She completed her medical training and doctorate at Yo San University in Los Angeles. Her private practice focuses on primary care and chronic disease. She is working with a research group to document the biochemical effects of Chinese herbs on fatigue and is leading the investigation on a nonsurgical treatment for paralysis. She is the co-author of The Healthy Bones Nutrition Plan and Cookbook. She lives and works in Topanga, California.
The May 15th edition of Warrior Connection was a continuation of our discussion on CDMRP medical research with Dr Julia Colier of Bronx VA about new medical treatment protocol using nasal insulin spray to alleviate brain inflammation and thus reduce effects of toxic exposures on cognition, pain, stress, etc. Veterans are needed to participate in the Bronx VA and Boston VA systems. This new treatment promises significant improvement in cognitive functioning and also may be useful for Parkinson’s and Altzheimers too. Please call Dr Colier at 718-584-9000 to participate in Bronx trials or Dr Maxine Kringle at 857-364-6933 for Boston or email Julia.Golier@va.gov. We will continue with this series.
Do you need to clear emotional clutter?
Can we really reboot ourselves and clear the baggage of adversity, insult, trauma and pain that many of us carry around in one form or another?
Donald Altman’s new book “Clearing Emotional Clutter” is a wonderful guide to managing our lives more intelligently. He helps dissolve past issues and provides powerful mindfulness methods to live in more peace and fulfillment.
Tune into this important interview to learn how to live on top of your game.
In the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) boasted slick, Mad Men–style ads in which women clearly “knew their place” and stayed in it. Ads about the pathos of aging wives and mothers losing their looks, children, femininity, and purpose in life were rampant in medical journals. One ad shows a woman at her child’s graduation ceremony …
A study published Monday in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) provides more evidence that life expectancy in the United States is chiefly determined by economic class. Higher income is the most critical factor in longevity, the study found, with the gap between the richest one percent and poorest one percent of individuals averaging 14.6 years for men and 10.1 …
On this show, I’m interviewing Tom about his new book, “Write/Right From God”. He says it’s the ultimate spiritual experience and a surefire route to a higher level of consciousness and enlightenment.
People work through resistance, fears, beliefs and painful memories that lead to breakthroughs. Tom says that his authors have often cleared years of emotional and physical pain.
Be sure to tune into this show to find out what might flow through and out of you. There might just be a book in you.
Warrior Connection covered medical research programs needing vets.
Researcher contacted me and ask that all be notified…..Study out of Texas…..
At least 1 in 4 of the 700,000 U.S. Veterans who served in the 1990-1991 Gulf War suffer from Gulf War Illness (GWI). Despite considerable research, effective treatments remain elusive. GWI refers to a complex of symptoms that typically include widespread chronic pain, persistent headache, memory and concentration problems, gastrointestinal difficulties, sleep disturbances and unexplained fatigue.
The 2015 Global Emotions survey from Gallup finds that, “Iraqis Are Among the Saddest and One of the Angriest Populations in the World.” They explain: “Iraq’s high Negative Experience Index score is largely attributable to the relatively high percentages of Iraqis who report experiencing each of these negative emotions. Majorities of Iraqis experienced worry (62%), physical pain (57%), sadness (57%) and stress …
The placebo effect is real – even if you know the treatment you’ve been given has no medical value, research has concluded. Scientists found patients given a fake painkiller continued to feel benefits from it after they were told it was not genuine. But there was a catch. In order to feel these effects, the subjects had to be conditioned …
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