Returning guest Dr. Ara Dikranian, a rheumatologist at Cabrillo Center for Rheumatic Disease, and a member of the global advisory panel on Pfizer’s RA NarRAtive initiative, discusses the new RA NarRAtive Conversation Guide that helps to improve doctor/patient communications. Visit Pfizer.com/RANarRAtive.
Pneumococcal Pneumonia is just one vaccine-preventable disease that boomers should help protect themselves against. Here to explain, is a physician and professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Dr. Donald Middleton, a spokesperson for Pfizer.
Barry Yarkoni, CEO of Vinomis Laboratories, talks about their new herbal weight loss product VinThins. VinThins produces all-natural herbal formula that reduces appetite and cravings and makes you feel full faster and longer. Visit www.VinThin.com
Ted W. Baxter discusses his stroke, aphasia, and his new book “Relentless: How A Massive Stroke Changed My Life For the Better” (July 24, 2018 – Greenleaf Book Group Press).
Nick Hart discusses the importance of a forward-looking approach and how that’s guided and impacted their mission of advancing safe and affordable health care for women globally. Learn more at www.lupin.com
Dr. Mick Foley, together with Bill van Nierop, talks about Long Kayak for Lungs 2018, an effort to raise awareness of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF). IPF is a type of rare chronic lung disease that shows a progressive decline in lung health and function.
Bill was diagnosed with IPF in 2015, so he understands the challenges faced by those impacted by lung disease. Following his successful Long Walk for Lungs in 2017, Bill pushes to support Lung Foundation Australia with a new challenge for 2018 – The Long Kayak for Lungs, a 42-day charity kayak paddling 2,200kms from Albury NSW to Murray Mouth in South Australia.
Dr. Justin Barad, MD, co-founder and CEO of Osso VR, a leading virtual reality training platform discusses how VR is more resourceful way to better train hospital surgical teams as well as individual surgeons.
Returning guest Jen Flynn with Nurses Services Organization (NSO) discusses the real risks that personal and unguarded social media use poses and the best practices young nurses can use to ensure that how they use social media is professional.
Dr. Ernest L. Isaacson, a board-certified podiatrist discusses foot pain, foot injuries and how that can lead to problems elsewhere in the body. Foot injuries, such as blisters, cuts or a sore can cause ulcers and infections, which in serious cases may even lead to amputation.
Dr. David Walling, Ph.D., CEO, psychologist and principal investigator at CNS Trials, a clinical research provider, discusses the recent FDA approval (June 2018) of ARISTADA INITIO™ for the initiation of ARISTADA® (aripiprazole lauroxil), a long-acting injectable atypical antipsychotic for the treatment of schizophrenia in adults.