American Indian Living
American Indian Living - The Intersection of Two...03/25/15
Shoni Evans, a social worker and licensed caregiver, shares the amazing story of how she and her husband have been making a difference in Alaska, providing foster care to over 300 native children.
American Indian Living - Alaskan Community Health Aides
First Nation peoples can make a powerful impact in their own communities. This week’s show provides inspiration and insights from a Native Alaskan approach to addressing health needs.
American Indian Living - Are Some of Us Living to Long?
In Indian Country elders have been held in high esteem for centuries. 84 year-old Norman Cliff, PhD, takes an honest and insightful look at aging that reminds us of both the blessings and challenges of getting older.
American Indian Living - Hepatitis C
New drugs have rendered most cases of Hepatitis C eminently treatable. However, many with the condition are on the road to irreversible liver disease- and don't even know it. Get the latest on Hep C on this week's show.
American Indian Living - Step Up and Play Big
Is indecision or fear keeping you from reaching your full potential? Business coach Chris Ruisi provides keys to help you reach more of your goals—mastering your circumstances rather than being victimized by them.
American Indian Living - Rising Above Grief
Judy Diller lost her eldest son when he was still in his early 20s. Draw courage from a journey that saw Judy rise above grief and reach out fully to life.
American Indian Living - Secrets of Champions
Jim Fannin shares how the same secrets for success that have helped pro athletes and business leaders can help you—regardless of your position in life.
American Indian Living - Fostering Native Learning
Tools for sharing Native wisdom and passing it on to future generations can be found both within and outside of Indian Country. Todays’ show features experts on this topic who were gathered at NCAI 2014.
American Indian Living -Learning for Tribal Leaders: Part 1
From the setting of NCAI 2011 in Portland, Oregon, a variety of Native leaders share their insights on key health issues.
American Indian Living - Building Health Capacity in...
Dr. DeRose interviews a variety of leaders from throughout Indian Country. The focus is on helping tribes develop the skills and personnel to improve the health of their members.
American Indian Living - Tribal Public Health Success...
Native American communities are serving as public health role models. Dr. Doris Cook shares real-life stories drawn from an exciting partnership between the Association of American Indian Physicians and the CDC.
American Indian Living - Native Health Lessons from North...
Native American leaders from North Carolina share lessons and challenges that speak to First Nation peoples across tribal lines.
American Indian Living - Health and Education in Indian...
Dr. DeRose interviews three guests with fascinating insights into health and education. You’ll especially not want to miss the inspiring final segment with Jovannah Poor Bear-Adams (Oglala Lakota).
American Indian Living - Unconventional Healing
A diverse group of guests offers powerful health insights. Learn about natural healthcare, affordable natural foods, and connecting with the Creator by drawing upon one’s Native roots.
American Indian Living - Fascinating Widows Into Health
Gain amazing insights into health from two extremes of the medical spectrum. You’ll hear from those helping the indigenous Amerindians of South and from a medical specialist in America’s most esteemed medical city.
American Indian Living - Optimizing Immunity: Ebola and...
Whether or not Ebola ever comes to your reservation or community, today’s show will provide you with solid preventive strategies to help decrease your risk of a host of infectious diseases. You’ll especially enjoy hearing selected portions of the...
American Indian Living - Evading Ebola
Based on his new book, “Evading Ebola,” Dr. David DeRose, joined by his wife, Dr. Sonja, provides encouraging news about this modern plague. He emphasizes simple tools to prevent—or limit the severity of—Ebola infection.
American Indian Living - Lifestyle and Cancer
Although genetic factors influence cancer susceptibility, muchof what determines our risk of this dreaded disease is in our own hands.Learn how to decrease your risk of cancer by how you eat, drink, andotherwise live.
American Indian Living - Lifestyle Matters
Lifestyle Matters Staff: Evelyn Kissinger, MS, RD (Nutrition Director); and Vicki Griffin, MS, MPA (Director)Description: Registered dietician, Evelyn Kissinger and nutritionist Vicki Griffin reveal the power of reconnecting with indigenous dietary...
American Indian Living - Lending a Helping Hand
Growing your own produce and combining it with healthful cooking can help you reap many of the benefits that First Nation peoples enjoyed for centuries. Don’t miss this program with its special features for the entire family.
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