Archive for March 2011

Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN,, interviews Norris Beren. Mr. Beren is a business executive and the author of several books, including Prostate Cancer: Hope is not a Strategy, and his upcoming book, How to Become CEO of Your Health Care. He offers solutions and resources for managing medical issues and taking charge of your own health care. A cancer survivor himself, he shares sound, concrete strategies for making sure that you are receiving the best health care possible, no matter what your health condition may be! Mr. Beren will discuss health care reform and emergency preparedness for families and business. He will define new terms that appears in Health Care Reform language, and describe what they REALLY mean- examples include: Who is our "Treatment Team" under the new law? What are the new "One Size Fits All" Medical Guidelines? What is "Patient-Centered Care" and what does it mean for patients? He is a contributor for ABC, NBC, CBS and the cable news channels.


Intuitive Direction-Relationships: Life Not Going as Planned?

Ellen Kamhi PhD RN,, interviews Sandi Athey . Sandi has years experience as a medical intuitive, healer and animal communicator.

Whether it’s a love life problem, challenges with finances, or a career that just isn’t panning out, Sandi Athey has helpful tips to get you back on track. She helps her clients discover their own inner voice, while at the same time helping them cut through life's noise to hear their own intuition. She shares how to uncover the blocks that stop people from creating the life they desire.

With over 20 years of experience as a professional intuitive, Sandi knows how to use the power of insight to gain better understanding of the motivations that drive human behavior. Sandi will share knowledge gained over many years of instruction from traditional Native American teachers and leaders of diverse religious organizations.


Nutrition Transition: Globalization and Trends in Nutrition and Health

Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, interviews Dr. Anna Kelles, Director of the School of Applied Clinical Nutrition at New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Kelles has dedicated her career to elucidating the connections between nutrition, human health, and the health of our environment. At Binghamton University she began a formal exploration into human and environmental health through a dual bachelor in Biology and Environmental studies. She studied macrobiotic nutrition at the Kushi Institute and spent years in a remote Ecuadorian village exploring the nutritional status of children and household environmental conditions and promoting sound nutritional and environmental practices, and worked as a high school biology teacher and guide in the jungle. Dr. Kelles earned a PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology from The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Her research explored the long term impact of globalization on divergent dietary and physical activity patterns between Filipino mothers and children. Dr. Kelles has published several articles as well as a book chapter exploring deleterious dietary behavior patterns in developed and developing countries and subsequent policy recommendations. Dr. Kelles has assembled a team of expert faculty to deliver one of the only online graduate programs focused on whole foods therapeutic nutrition for clinicians, at New York Chiropractic College.

Contact: PH: 315-568-3312

Host Ellen Kamhi, PhD RN, interviews friend and colleague, Diane Gregg, nurse, licensed midwife and author. Over the last 30 years, Diane has attended more than 600 births as the primary midwife and assisted with thousands as an RN in the hospital. She has published many books, including Kids Involved with Birth, Tree of Life: Birth Stories, and her new CD, Basic Homeopathy for Birth. The topic for today’s show is, “Like Cures Like: Homeopathy for Pregnancy and Babies” : An experienced midwife shares her homeopathic knowledge for solving pregnancy and postpartum woes inexpensively and effectively with homeopathic remedies. An article of the same name is also published in Midwifery Today. ( ) Dianne maintains a birth center in Bisbee Arizona, with two private birth suites, each containing a tub for waterbirth or hydrotherapy during labor. She also attends homebirths. Dianne has four children and two grandsons.

Contact: 520-432-2351

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