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Sharon Kleyne Hour

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• Power of Water / Global Warming – New and innovative wellness discoveries to help you and future generations live within our changing dry environment • Global climate change is a WATER (all-natural moisture) crisis that can cause dryness of the skin, eyes and breathing passages, in addition to spreading bacteria, viruses, allergies and numerous dehydration related diseases • Sharon Kleyne believes that each individual has the power to become proactive in maintaining their own health • Sharon and her guests offer simple, logical, do-it-yourself solutions from a non-political, common sense perspective • Weekly shows have featured experts in medicine, pharmacology, health and healing, therapeutic healing research, nutrition, occupational safety and wellness, global climate change and more. The weekly “Power of Water” segment features guests discussing the scientific, recreational and aesthetic aspects of water.

• Power of Water / Global Warming – New and innovative wellness discoveries to help you and future generations live within our changing dry environment • Global climate change is a WATER (all-natural moisture) crisis that can cause dryness of the skin, eyes and breathing passages, in addition to spreading bacteria, viruses, allergies and numerous dehydration related diseases • Sharon Kleyne believes that each individual has the power to become proactive in maintaining their own health • Sharon and her guests offer simple, logical, do-it-yourself solutions from a non-political, common sense perspective • Weekly shows have featured experts in medicine, pharmacology, health and healing, therapeutic healing research, nutrition, occupational safety and wellness, global climate change and more. The weekly “Power of Water” segment features guests discussing the scientific, recreational and aesthetic aspects of water.

Location:

Grants Pass, OR

Networks:

VoiceAmerica

Description:

• Power of Water / Global Warming – New and innovative wellness discoveries to help you and future generations live within our changing dry environment • Global climate change is a WATER (all-natural moisture) crisis that can cause dryness of the skin, eyes and breathing passages, in addition to spreading bacteria, viruses, allergies and numerous dehydration related diseases • Sharon Kleyne believes that each individual has the power to become proactive in maintaining their own health • Sharon and her guests offer simple, logical, do-it-yourself solutions from a non-political, common sense perspective • Weekly shows have featured experts in medicine, pharmacology, health and healing, therapeutic healing research, nutrition, occupational safety and wellness, global climate change and more. The weekly “Power of Water” segment features guests discussing the scientific, recreational and aesthetic aspects of water.

Language:

English

Contact:

P.O. Box 400 Grants Pass, Oregon 97528 800 367 6478


Episodes

Encore Self-protection during COVID-19

10/25/2021
As the COVID-19 infection rate increases daily, how to protect yourself and your family from the Coronavirus, Dr. Angela Zeng, a leading physician for a global biopharmaceutical company will discuss ways that you and your family can protect yourself during this pandemic.

Duration:00:52:35

Encore Immunity Protector with Nature's Tears® EyeMist®

10/18/2021
Dr. Philip Paden, former Chemist, Ophthalmologist, and Educator will talk about Immunity Protector with Nature's Tears® EyeMist®

Duration:00:55:07

Encore Saliva Diagnostics

10/11/2021
Did you know that doctors can perform diagnosis using your saliva? Tune in to this episode to learn more about Saliva Diagnostics and Saliva diagnostics in the COVID-19 pandemic from our special guest, Dr. David T.W. Wong, Associate Dean of Research and Director of the Oral/Head and Neck Oncology Research Center at UCLA.

Encore The Fourth Phase of Water

10/4/2021
Dr. Gerald Pollack, University of Washington professor of bioengineering, has developed a theory of water that has been called revolutionary. He has spent the past decade convincing worldwide audiences that water is not actually a liquid. For years, Dr. Pollack had researched muscles and how they contract. It struck him as odd that the most common ideas about muscle contraction did not involve water, despite the fact muscle tissue consists of 99 percent water molecules. In this episode, Dr....

Duration:00:56:26

Encore Eye Fatigue - Dangers and Prevention

9/27/2021
Some estimates say computer-related eye symptoms may be responsible for up to 10 million eye doctor visits a year. The problem is expected to grow as more people use smartphones and other handheld digital devices. Digital devices may also be linked to eye fatigue because you tend to blink less often when looking at a computer screen. The show will discuss dangers of eye fatigue if untreated and ways to prevent it.

Duration:00:56:26

Encore DeWayne Cecil, PhD

9/20/2021
Today DeWayne Cecil, PhD Western Region Climate Services Director NOAA-NCDC talks about the Challenges in the federal sector for environmental program funding, and the disaster in Japan and the aftermath around the Pacific Rim. http://tsunami.noaa.gov/ Although a tsunami cannot be prevented, the impact of a tsunami can be mitigated through community preparedness, timely warnings, and effective response. NOAA has primary responsibility for providing tsunami warnings to the Nation, and a...

Duration:00:54:06

Encore Ula Jurkunas, M.D. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, www.schepens.harvard.edu/jurkunas, DeWayne Cecil, PhD Western Region Climate Services Director NOAA

9/13/2021
Dr. Jurkunas will talk about Corneal transplantation and corneal reconstruction with stem cells. Ula Jurkunas, M.D. is the Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology Scholar, and a full-time member of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service at Massachusetts. Her main research focus is on the pathogenesis of Fuchs endothelial corneal dystrophy with emphasis on the role of oxidative stress in endothelial cell death seen in FECD. DeWayne Cecil,...

Duration:00:55:42

Encore The Science of Water

9/6/2021
Gerald H. Pollack, PhD -Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington, speaks with host Sharon Kleyne about the topic of science and water.

Duration:00:57:31

Encore How to Protect our Frontline Healthcare Professionals

8/30/2021
Pamela Bonney, a veteran nutritionist from Long Island, NY will discuss what healthcare professionals at the front line should do to protect themselves and what people who are staying at home should do to fight Coronavirus and win this war!

Duration:00:55:01

Encore The Power of Neonatal Saliva

8/23/2021
Introduce the listener to the field of neonatal salivary diagnostics, the unique considerations of collecting and analyzing saliva in the newborn, and the impact this type of research may have on the field to improve neonatal outcomes. Dr. Maron will describe her ongoing research studies, specifically two of her NIH sponsored trials aimed at integrating a salivary infectious screening platform (Salivary Profiling in Infants Treated for Suspected Sepsis-SPITSS) and an oral feeding readiness...

Duration:00:56:19

Encore Artificial Intelligence - Will it Change the World?

8/9/2021
Computers are now more powerful at giving us answers faster than human brainpower. Will the machine become so powerful that it begins to think to a point where it is more capable than the humans? Join the discussion with a Computer Science wizard, Richard Li, a graduate student at Western Washington University on this subject.

Duration:00:54:34

Encore Natural Healing - Indian Experience

8/2/2021
Annette Draper, the co-founder of The Club Northwest, a Première health club in Oregon has just returned from Indian. She will share her personal experience about natural healing in India.

Duration:00:53:32

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

7/26/2021
Water and Health Gerald H. Pollack, PhD (Seattle, WA), Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington, “New discoveries about the chemistry of water.”

Duration:00:56:54

Encore Dry Eye Syndrome & Treatments

7/19/2021
An estimated 4.88 million Americans suffer from dry eye syndrome. Dr. Griffiths will discuss symptoms, causes and available treatments to treat dry eye condition.

Duration:00:54:10

Encore “The Latest in Eye Care, Vision Screening and Computer Vision Syndrome”

7/12/2021
Dr. Marguerite McDonald (New York, NY), ophthalmologist, refractive eye surgeon and LASIK pioneer, discusses important eye care information applicable to all people. Second guest, Art Bernstein (Grants Pass, OR), naturalist and author, continues his discussion on the world’s deepest lakes.

Duration:00:50:14

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

5/31/2021
Drinking water to prevent or reverse cataracts Ed Kondrot, MD (Ft. Meyers, FL) Healing the Eye Wellness Center Does dehydration contribute to cataracts?

Duration:00:56:45

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

5/24/2021
Water and your skin Winston W.J. Kao (Clearwater, FL) Researcher and Owner of Ideal Water The many ways water benefits your skin.

Duration:00:53:26

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

5/17/2021
Worldwide water crisis Ray Sanders CEO of Water4 (Oklahoma City, OK) Helping developing countries help themselves

Duration:00:56:43

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

5/10/2021
Integration of Eastern and Western Medicine Steven K.H. Aung, MD, VCM, FAAFP (Edmond, AB, Can.) College of Integrative Medicine, University of Alberta. Filling in the medical gaps.

Duration:00:55:29

Encore The Sharon Kleyne Hour

5/3/2021
Better Health through bioenergy simulation Terry Rondberg, DC (Temecula, CA) Temecula Wellness Center. Using the brain to heal the body.

Duration:00:57:11