Trans-National Kempt Association – Building Public Health & Public Safety Awareness

A recent Journal of Environmental Health Research study found that a person is 100 times more likely to catch a cold while on a plane than during everyday life. Infection can spread more easily among people in enclosed spaces especially hotels, cruise ships, air carriers, hospitals and restaurants.

Reggi Kemp, award-winning businesswoman and environmental cleaning expert, discusses the launch of the Trans-National Kempt Association (TNKA), a promoter of public health and environmental safety management within the cleaning business industry. Kemp’s goal is to create professional curriculum, industry standards and ratings across the cleaning industry.

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The Latest in Colorectal Cancer Detection

Colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable cancers when detected early. Padma Sundar, VP of Marketing and Business Development at CellMax Life, discusses a blood test that CellMax Life has developed that detects circulating tumor cells (CTCs) that shed directly into the bloodstream from tumors in their earliest stages. Results from a trial have shown that the CellMax test can detect colorectal cancer with an accuracy of 84 to 88 percent, providing an affordable, convenient, and accurate option for those needing testing.

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Dr. Robert Holloway discusses new treatments for ovarian cancer, known as maintenance treatments, for women whose disease has recurred and has either fully or partially responded to chemotherapy. Joining him will be Anne who will share her personal experience with the disease, and how she was able to persevere and overcome challenges despite her diagnosis.

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Health Management and the C-Suite Executive

Brenda Doherty, Partner at Buffkin / Baker, an executive search agency, who specializes in securing C-Suite leaders for hospitals and healthcare systems, discusses a gap in leadership when it comes to health management – especially concerning issues of ageism and women in the executive seat. She talks about her outlook on this recent shift and what women can do about it, why she is refocusing her efforts to the boardroom, and how outside players getting into healthcare will influence C-Suite decisions.

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Discover The Books Helping Children Face Cancer

Author Kristin Barnett talks about her new children’s book series “The Bug Who Thought He Lost His Buzz: What Happens When the Big, Bad Beast Stings” (August 8, 2018) that she wrote that seeks to alleviate some of the pressure presented by difficult conversations, like facing cancer or a serious illness. With parents, teachers, and youth leaders in mind, Barnett has seamlessly weaved a variety of tough life scenarios into storylines that keep kids interested and inspired. Please visit: http://wattsbuggingyou.com

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Medical Futurist Dr Bertalan Meskó on the Technology That Will Change The Way We Approach Healthcare

Dr. Bertalan Meskó talks about some the most exciting developments in medical technology that has the potential to change the future of healthcare. He also shares his opinion on how the doctor-patient relationship has changed over the years through technology advancements. Dr. Meskó sees healthcare professionals as guides to patients in this era of medical and digital information, where patients can go online to search about their disease and look for possible treatments.

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