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This is a one-hour weekly talk show focusing on health issues in Indian country. The show covers a broad range of health issues, viewed in a holistic way in keeping with traditional Native perspectives.

This is a one-hour weekly talk show focusing on health issues in Indian country. The show covers a broad range of health issues, viewed in a holistic way in keeping with traditional Native perspectives.
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Location:

St. Lincoln, NE

Description:

This is a one-hour weekly talk show focusing on health issues in Indian country. The show covers a broad range of health issues, viewed in a holistic way in keeping with traditional Native perspectives.

Language:

English

Contact:

530-637-1804


Episodes

American Indian Living - Living Smart with eHealth

5/15/2018
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Guest: Linda Royer, PhD, RN, MPH; President of Living Smart The internet boasts a wealth of resources, but how can you possibly find the ones you need? Dr. Linda Royer tells about a one-stop-shop to help you achieve your healthy lifestyle goals, including a free service called "Taking Control" to help you break free of addictive commercialtobacco products. For more information contact: www.livingsmart.live

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Keys to Financial Freedom

5/8/2018
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Guest: Petr Vomastek, Award-winning real estate broker from the Czech Republic Description: Petr Vomastek shares insights into how you can get a better handle on your financial future–regardless of how large or small your assets.

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Improving Your Life with the Ripple Effect

5/1/2018
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Guest: Greg Wells, PhD, Exercise Physiology; Asst Professor of Kinesilogy, University of Toronto; author of “The Ripple Effect: Eat, Sleep, Move, and Think Better.” Description: Exercise physiologist, Dr. Greg Wells, shares cutting-edge insights into human performance drawn from helping people on both ends of the human spectrum: from world-class athletes to children with cancer. For further information: http://drgregwells.com/

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - How Do We Stop Global Whining?

4/24/2018
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Guest: Renie Cavallari, CEO of Aspire Marketing; and author of the “Aspire” book series Description: Motivational speaker and author, Renie Cavallari reveals that one of the greatest obstacles to personal, tribal, or corporate success often results from our tendency to blame and complain. Renie presents an inspiring solution: teaching listeners to aspire to “shine” and helping others do the same. For further information: www.aspiremarketing.com/aspire

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Has the Anti-Gluten Frenzy Gone Too Far?

4/17/2018
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Guest: John Douillard, DC, CAP, former Director of Player Development and nutrition counselor for the New Jersey Nets NBA team and author of “Eat Wheat” Description: Dr. John Douillard, a global leader in the fields of natural health and sports medicine, makes a powerful case for returning to the whole grains that indigenous peoples in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and Africa thrived on for centuries. For further information: lifespa.com/

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Business Survival Skills

4/10/2018
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Management expert Dave Hopson shares insights into business health. Today’s show will provide keys to help your personal business, tribal enterprise, or other organization thrive even when hard times come.

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Making Orthodontics Accessible for Everyone

4/3/2018
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Guest: Dr. Jamie Reynolds, DDS, MS, orthodontist and author of “World Class Smiles, Made in Detroit." Description: Dr. Jamie Reynolds first exposes the dangers of apparently cheap (but often very expensive) do-it-yourself teeth straightening tricks. He then describes programs that make orthodontic work free or affordable for those with limited means. For further information: askdrreynolds.com

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Medical Help for Addictions

3/27/2018
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Guest: Brady Granier, RN, BSN; President and CEO of BioCorRx Description: Drug and alcohol addiction are nationwide problems, affecting people of every demographic group. However, new medical therapies are available that can help with addiction treatment. In this week’s episode you’ll learn about how the drug naltrexone, combined with an addiction treatment program developed by BioCorRx, is offering new help for those with alcohol and narcotic addictions. For more information contact:...

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Joyful Transformation

3/20/2018
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Guest: Debra Meehl, DDiv; Founder, The Meehl Foundation. Description: Dr. Debra Meehl shares insights from her life work that is focused on helping people overcome physical, mental and spiritual adversities. Gain new insights into dealing with difficult people—or just finding your own joyful transformation. For more information contact: www.meehlfoundation.org

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Is Snoring Wrecking Your Health?

3/13/2018
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Guest: Gene Sambataro, DDS, FAGD, Director and Clinician, Julian Center for Comprehensive Dentistry; Author of “Stop the Snore.” Description: Snoring can be a sign of serious, even life threatening issues. Practicing dentist, Dr. Gene Sambataro shares insights into the dangers of snoring as well as its treatment and prevention. For more information contact:www.Drgenesambataro.com or www.juliandentist.com

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Prevention in Indian Country

3/6/2018
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Guests: Julie Villa (Yurok), Health Education Specialist, and Janeva Sorenson, Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (GHWIC) Program Coordinator, California Rural Indian Health Board Description: Simple practices can help you live longer and better. On this week’s show you’ll learn practical tips about preventing injuries and chronic diseases—as well as accessing valuable free resources. For more information contact: www.CRIHB.org; jsorenson@CRIHB.org; jvilla@CRIHB.org; or...

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Workplace Health Across the Generations

2/27/2018
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Guest: Sue Hawkes; Leadership Expert, Author of “Chasing Perfection- Shatter the Illusion; Minimize Self-Doubt & Maximize Success.” Description: Do younger workers and those with more experience have to clash? Does the age of an employee make a difference in how you affirm him or her? If you own a business, can your own insecurities undermine your workforce? These and other questions are tackled by business consultant Sue Hawkes on this week’s show. For more information contact:...

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Help for High Blood Pressure and Diabetes in Indian Country

2/20/2018
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Guest: Greg Steinke, MD, MPH, Board-certified specialist in both Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine; Co-author of Thirty Days to Natural Blood Pressure Control Description: Drs. Steinke and DeRose share how they are using their book, Thirty Days to Natural Blood Pressure Control as part of a new program to help diabetes and high blood pressure throughout Indian Country. All expenses are covered for enrolled tribal members who use the already inexpensive books and DVDs. For more...

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Healing after Losing a Pet

2/13/2018
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Guest: Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio, Family Therapist Description: Companion animals may not be deeply rooted in Native tradition; however, many First Nation peoples today own pets. The loss of a beloved companion animal can be devastating. Family therapist Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio helps listeners gain new insights into how to handle the loss. For more information contact: www.greengateleadership.com

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Neurofeedback: Help for Mental Health

2/6/2018
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Guest: Ed Carlton, D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine), Founder of the Carlton Neurofeedback Center Description: Dr. Ed Carlton shares how neurofeedback can help you address ADD and ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Depression and other conditions. For more information: https://carltonneurofeedbackcenter.com/ or www.bcia.org (to find a provider near you who performs biofeedback and/or neurofeedback)

Duration:00:57:58

American Indian Living - Never Too Late to Get in Shape

1/30/2018
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Guest: Jaime Brenkus, Author and Fitness Coach for Evergreen Wellness; known for his “Eight minute Abs” and “The 28 Day Size Down” programs. Description: Fitness expert Jamie Brenkus shares practical tips and motivational insights, calculated to help you feel better, look better, and avoid the ravages of diabetes and other chronic diseases. For further information contact: exercisewithjaime.com

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Using Indigenous Foods to Combat Diabetes

1/23/2018
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Guest: Gemalli Austin, DrPH, MPH (Mayan), Diabetes Education and Program Manager for the Lake County Tribal Health Consortium, Lake County, CA Description: Growing indigenous foods and other vegetables can be a powerful asset when it comes to controlling diabetes. Learn from Dr. Gemalli Austin, who has been working with six Northern California tribes on a community garden project. For further information contact: gaustin@lcthc.org

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - Beyond Tobacco

1/16/2018
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Guest: Stanton Glantz, PhD; Professor of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco; Director of the UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (CTCRE) Description: Tobacco has been regarded as a sacred plant throughout Indian Country for centuries, but new dangers are emerging from commercial tobacco and its cousins like e-cigarettes and marijuana. Learn some of the latest science from internationally renowned UCSF researcher, Dr. Stanton Glantz. For more...

Duration:00:57:57

American Indian Living - The Nurse Family Partnership

1/9/2018
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Guest: Danielle LeBon Gort, RN; Nurse Consultant for the Nurse Family Partnership Description: Learn how the Nurse Family Partnership is reaching out into Indian Country, helping connect pregnant mothers with their own individual nurses who guide moms from pregnancy through their children\'s toddler years. Refer Listeners to: 866-864-5226 or www.Nursefamilypartnership.org

Duration:00:57:56

American Indian Living - Tobacco in Indian Country

1/2/2018
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Title: Tobacco in Indian CountryGuests: Eldon Kalemsa Jr (Hopi), Hopi Tobacco Program Coordinator; Matthew Madonna, retired President, American Cancer Society Southwest Division; Wayne Tormala, Chief, Bureau of Tobacco & Chronic Dz, AZ Dept Health ServicesDescription: Discussions about tobacco often fail to recognize the unique role this powerful plant has had throughout history. This week’s show will help listeners better appreciate the sacred regard for tobacco throughout Indian Country...

Duration:00:57:56

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