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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 - 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 information...

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


American Indian Living - A Journey to Black Hills Health and Education Center

12/26/2017
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Guest: Dan Gabbert, Mental and Spiritual Health Coach; Black Hills Health and Education Center, South DakotaDescription: Dan Gabbert shares his own journey from an aimless young man with poor health to a dynamic health coach making a difference in the heart of Indian Country. Refer listeners to: www.BHHEC.org or 605-255-4101

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Sharing Information that Heals

12/19/2017
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Guests: Diana Inman, Prison Ministries; Rodrigo Rodriguez, MD, Medical Director, International BioCare Hospital Description: First, Diane Inman shares her experiences reaching out to Native prison inmates. Next, Dr. Rodriguez communicates a wealth of information about how diet and lifestyle affect our health, specifically addressing diabetes and the metabolic syndrome. Contact Info: gmadidi@yahoo.com (Inman); www.biocarehospital.com, doctor@biocarehospital.com, 800-701-7345 (BioCare)

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Help for Tribes from NCAI 2017

12/12/2017
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Guests: Kelsey Ducheneaux (Intertribal Ag Council), Masewa Mody (Cheyenne River Sioux, Prevention Specialist), Caroline Fisher and Jim Landelius (American Indian Living Magazine), Kathryn Mills (VP, Creating Stronger Nations and DCI America) Description: Experts who attended NCAI’s Annual Meeting in 2017 share insights on a variety of topics that can help you and your tribe. Contact Info: www.Usaspending.gov, www.AmericanIndianLiving.org, kmills@csninc.net, 800-888-1027 (Mills)

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - The Power of Commitment

12/5/2017
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Guests: Bob Parrish RN, MPH (Wiott); and Barb Anderson, LSW (Chippewa, Turtle Mountain Band), Coordinator, Recruitment/Retention of American Indians into Nursing (RAIN) Program, Univ. of North Dakota Description: Bob Parrish, a registered nurse and master's level health educator, shares the benefits of a personal commitment to a healthy lifestyle. Barb Anderson relates how commitment to Native students by UND's nursing program is paying huge dividends throughout Indian Country. Contact...

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Let Food Be Your Medicine

11/28/2017
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Guests: Coral Parrish, RN, raw vegan chef; Dr. Rodrigo Rodriguez, Medical Director of International BioCare Hospital Description: Dr. DeRose interviews two health professionals who share fascinating stories and insights—all designed to help you treat or prevent disease using dietary wisdom like that embraced by Native Americans. For more information: coralrn@gmail.com, 707-225-2812; www.biocarehospital.com, 800-701-7345

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Archeology, Astronomy and Natural Remedies

11/21/2017
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Guests: Michael Hasel, Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Archaeology, SAU; Jim Burr, Telescope Designer; and Danny Kwon, JD, Life and Health TV Description: Dr. DeRose interviews experts from the areas of archeology, astronomy, and entrepreneurship who provide fascinating insights worthy of comparing with traditional Native American observations. For more information: www.southern.edu, www.heavensdeclare.org, and www.LifeandHealth.org

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Healing Others, Healing Yourself

11/14/2017
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Guests: Rich Constantinescu, Head of Chaplaincy Services, Your Best Pathway to Health; Jill Carlson, M.D., psychiatrist; and Rodney Bowes, Vice President, Health Education Resources Description: Medical research demonstrates how our own health is benefited when we help others. This week’s episode provides stories and practical strategies that relate to this health-giving connection. For further information: www.healthexporesources.com or 844-291-6333 (H.E. Resources)

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Healthy Marriages

11/7/2017
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Guests: Tom and Alane Waters, Co-Founders of Restoration International Description: International seminar speakers, Tom and Alane Waters, join Dr. DeRose to share some of their best insights on how to have healthier and happier marriages and families. For Further Information: www.restoration-international.org

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Your Best Pathway to Health

10/31/2017
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Guest: Lela Lewis, MD, Founder and CEO of Your Best Pathway to Health Description: Coming to Phoenix, Arizona in December 2017 will be a giant free clinic designed to take care of the medical and dental needs of hundreds of Phoenix's citizens and visitors. Learn how to benefit from or be a part of this amazing event. For Further Information: www.pathwaytohealth.org, www.pathwaytohealthvolunteer.org, or 1-888-44-PATHWAY

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Mountain-Top Training

10/24/2017
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Guest: Rich Sutton, President, Laurelbrook Academy Description: Practical training and community service can revolutionize the experience of high school students. Learn from students and staff how these elements provide a unique dimension to the training at Laurelbrook Academy in Dayton, Tennessee. For further information contact: www.laurelbrook.org, president@laurelbrook.org, or 231-878-3265.

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Natural Remedies in Primary Care

10/17/2017
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Dr. David Miller shares his amazing life story: From his birth to a mother who was told to abort him to his current work inTulsa, Oklahoma.

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Natural Remedies for Drug Addiction

10/10/2017
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Guests: Lew Keith, President, Butler Creek Health Education Center (Collinwood, TN); Al Trace, Director, Black Hills School of Massage (Hermosa, SD) Description: Lew Keith of Butler Creek Ranch shares amazing details about a drug rehab facility that boasts a 100% success rate among participants that faithfully follow their program. Al Trace rounds out the show with insights into a massage training program in the heart of Indian Country. For further information: www.butlercreekhealth.org...

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Remembering the Forgotten Ones

10/3/2017
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Guests: Mendy Corwin with Impact Hope; Deb Claymore (Lakota) with Dakota Conference of SDAs; Dennis Perry with Operation Food for Life; and Dr. George Jackson with Middle East University Description: You can change the world—one life at a time—whether you are helping right here in Indian Country or whether you’re devoting your time and resources to Rwanda, Africa; Papua New Guinea; or Beirut, Lebanon. For Further Information Contact: www.Impact-hope.org (503-673-3905);...

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - The Power of Focused Programs

9/26/2017
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Guests: David Grams, Board Chairman of Wellness Secrets, Decatur, AR; Fred Rogers (Cherokee), Native Ministries Coordinator, Southwestern Union. Description: It is amazing what can happen when a group of people embrace a single-minded focus. Today’s show demonstrates the power of focused programs, whether it’s reaching out to Native youth in Muskogee, Oklahoma; holding Native culture seminars throughout Indian Country; or running an intensive natural remedies center in Northwestern...

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - Keys to Financial Freedom

9/19/2017
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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 - From the Hospital to Your Kitchen

9/12/2017
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Guest: Kae Borrero, RN; Lifestyle Coach, The Villages, FL Description: Kae Borrero shares a plan for improving the health of families, communities, and tribes in which virtually anyone can play a part. Learn from her own journey from hospital registered nurse to lifestyle coach and community advocate. For further information: info@llsda.com

Duration: 00:57:57


American Indian Living - You Are My Beloved. Really?

9/5/2017
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Guest: Harold G. Koenig, MD, MHSc; Director, Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health at Duke University and author of the book, “You are My Beloved. Really?” Description: Dr. Harold G. Koenig, one of the world’s leading researchers on the topic of spirituality and health, shares amazing stories from his own life, including his expulsion from medical school as a confused young adult. He shares his own journey that led him to believe in a Creator who loves people from every race and...

Duration: 00:57:57

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