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  1. ProducerRoyce Shook

    Royce Shook

    16/10/2017
    New resource for caregivers dealing with dementia patients wandering
    New resource for caregivers dealing with dementia patients wanderingDid you know that 60 percent of people living with dementia will wander at some point during their disease? The Alzheimer Society of B.C released two new resources about wandering and dementia, Disorientation and Getting Lost: A guide for people...
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    David 🐝 Martín Alonso
    16/10/2017 #1 David 🐝 Martín Alonso
    Thanks for sharing, very helpful @Royce Shook
    I share it!!
  2. ProducerBrian Galofaro

    Brian Galofaro

    26/09/2017
    Brian Galofaro: Know Your Numbers
    Brian Galofaro: Know Your NumbersBrian Galofaro is a Louisiana doctor who specializes in Family Medicine. A Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine, he emphasizes preventive medicine and wellness. Brian Galofaro stresses the importance of treating and...
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  3. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    09/08/2017
    Emergence
    EmergenceSomewhere in the depths of my sleep I heard a noise. The noise was persistent. Slowly I emerged from a deep slumber and identified the noise as my ringing mobile phone. Then further time lapsed until I arrived at sufficient awareness to...
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    Cyndi wilkins
    13/08/2017 #29 Cyndi wilkins
    At the risk of mincing words, I will do you the honor of having the last one on this subject on your own post...Perhaps we will cross paths on this again;-)
    Speaking of respect...That lady ER doctor, as your ' said colleague' deserves some too...which is really at the HEART of the matter...and quite frankly why I brought the heart into the discussion in the first place...It sounds like hers took quite a beating in front of a patient's husband...not to mention being berated by someone she undoubtedly has a great deal of respect for herself. It's a difficult job...but somebody's got to do it. That is how you save lives...by saving each other on the battle field ...We make mistakes...That's what makes us human but are all in this together...learning and teaching. Thank you for your time.
    Ian Weinberg
    13/08/2017 #28 Ian Weinberg
    #25 @Cyndi wilkins As you may have gleaned from my collective writings I am very much a proponent of other elements, including neurophysics which give rise to the human state. However we need to respect a hierarchical structure starting with anatomy and physiology at the foundation. Upon that we can build the mind- body influences (PNI) which I pioneered in the clinical domain. Then we can add in the energy interface with nonlocality. At the latter level exists resonance and not cause and effect. But to take the resonant energetic connections from nonlocality and imbibe functional significance to physical elements is incorrect. In other words energetic grids may incorporate the heart in nonlocality integrations but in physicality the heart is a muscular pump which generates a strong electric field (ECG) - it 'expresses' and amplifies mind cognition and emotion and in turn, influences the mind-brain electrically and via autonomic connections. But at the pure physical level the heart as an organ has no intrinsic emotional or cognitive function.
    Allan Rey Quiban
    12/08/2017 #26 Allan Rey Quiban
    #1 thanks to give me a chance to express my opinion, it's very strong to help a greater knowledge, its good to suggest.... have a nice day
    Cyndi wilkins
    12/08/2017 #25 Cyndi wilkins
    "Neurophysics indicate that the heart is an organ of far greater intelligence than previously thought, and evidence suggests a profound cognitive interrelationship between brainwaves and the powerful electromagnetic energy signals emitted from the heart. These findings have led scientists and physicians to conclude that consciousness is a function of both the heart and brain, and that ethereal forms of sentience such as intuition, precognition, mood, and emotion may formulate and resonate within this realm."

    https://www.heartmath.org/research/research-library/

    Now I realize there is a rather 'hostile' environment in the field of bio-medicine when confronted with anything that conflicts with it's scientific methods...however, I humbly suggest there is a great deal that cannot be 'scientifically proven' when considering the more subtle fields of energy. You can throw all the science at me you want...and yes, you do get a bit technical... if you just wish to converse with other neuroscientists...then I will humbly disengage...but there is more than one way to skin a cat...We are always evolving in our understanding of how our physical and non-physical being exists...
    Ian Weinberg
    12/08/2017 #24 Ian Weinberg
    #21 @Cyndi wilkins The heart is not a cognitive/emotional brain. It is a muscular pump with an intrinsic electro-chemical circuit controlling heart rate and rhythm. It secretes a diuretic hormone. It also generates a powerful electric field within the body (as a volume conductor). It would then influence the brain because the brain exists within the range of the electric field. The sequence then is that the cognitive and emotional brain influences the heart neurologically (autonomic nervous system) and chemically via hormones and immune system secretion. The heart electric field reflecting rate, rhythm and amplitude then influences neuronal networks within the brain, in turn affecting cognition and emotion. I have done much research on the influences of mind states on the body electric field (see http://www.pninet.com/articles/Electro-couple.pdf ). This may be a bit technical - a proposed model. There is also no brain in the gut/abdomen. There is a neural network in the bowel wall which interacts with the autonomic nervous system - efferently (transmission from brain to gut) as well as afferently (gut to brain). The gut is also influences by hormones and immune chemistry.
    Cyndi wilkins
    12/08/2017 #21 Cyndi wilkins
    BTW...The heart as a sensory organ, capable of processing information...energetically influences the physiological function of the body via heart rate patterns that correspond to an emotional charge, be it positive or negative in nature...having a profound impact on the immune system. Feelings of love and joy create 'wellness' of mind/body/spirit...whereas the energies of anger and pain leave us feeling helpless and ill...Anyone with chronic illness can most assuredly trace it's roots back to unresolved emotional pain and trauma.
    Cyndi wilkins
    12/08/2017 #20 Cyndi wilkins
    #18 Not sure how one might go about lobotomizing one's intuitive energies, which metaphorically speaking is in reference to the 'gut brain' or trusting one's instincts and such...but I suppose where there is a will there is a way...Electric shock therapy might do the trick;-)
    #19 All kidding aside...If you have not tried it already...A bit of warm water and lemon first thing in the morning may help to tame your 'naughty bowels' @Ken Boddie;-)
    Ken Boddie
    11/08/2017 #19 Ken Boddie
    #18 Far be it from me, Ian, to query your self diagnosis, but when my "bowels knot up" it's the space at my non thinking end that takes flight ..... and fast. 🤢
    Ian Weinberg
    11/08/2017 #18 Ian Weinberg
    #17 some have claimed that we have a gut brain. But in my years spent navigating the abdomen as a general surgeon, I never found anything to lobotomize. In my case, when my bowels knot up, I feel that unique queeziness which somehow tickles my fight/flight centre in the space between my ears!
    Ken Boddie
    11/08/2017 #17 Ken Boddie
    I just love these personal experience stories, Ian, and all the more so when they have a happy ending. But, tell me, which part of our brain connects to the feeling part of our gut? 🤔
    Cyndi wilkins
    11/08/2017 #16 Cyndi wilkins
    #12 With all due respect to Hank for sticking by his badly injured wife...and to you Dr. Weinberg for having saved her life...Had that ER doctor not checked her work by making 'the call'...that young woman would be dead right now. Perhaps the real hero of this story is in trusting one's intuition;-)
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #15 Ian Weinberg
    #14 Thanks for those kind words @Jerry Fletcher
    Jerry Fletcher
    10/08/2017 #14 Jerry Fletcher
    Ian, it says a lot that your care did not end after the surgery and that years later the contact had been maintained.
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #13 Ian Weinberg
    #11 Thanks @Aaron 🐝 Skogen Fortunately I'm sensitive to an active gut feel - got me out of many a tight situation.
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #12 Ian Weinberg
    #10 Thanks @Cyndi wilkins Indeed you are perfectly correct. I was judgemental in the heat of the moment. But there is always the bigger (higher) perspective.
    Aaron 🐝 Skogen
    10/08/2017 #11 Aaron 🐝 Skogen
    What a powerful story @Ian Weinberg! Thank God that gut feel kept tingling until you took action.
    Cyndi wilkins
    10/08/2017 #10 Cyndi wilkins
    People make mistakes...That 'beautiful-eyed' doctor made a biggie...but HER consciousness told her to call YOU...regardless of the patients alleged 'brain dead' state...She deserves some credit...She could have pulled the covers over her head and gone back to sleep too...But you BOTH have that instinct that told you to do otherwise...If we all had such an acute awareness of our circumstances, we could save ourselves a great deal of unnecessary pain...Thank you for such a powerful message here @Ian Weinberg...'Trust your instincts.'
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #9 Ian Weinberg
    #8 Thanks @Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    Ian Weinberg
    10/08/2017 #7 Ian Weinberg
    #6 Thanks again @Pascal Derrien
    Pascal Derrien
    10/08/2017 #6 Pascal Derrien
    If you operate as well as you write you are a genius Doc this was breath taking :-) Glad you made the right call after all (if may use that term). :-)
  4. ProducerFrancisco Jose  🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    SEGUNDO MANDAMIENTO: HABLAME COMO UN NIÑO NORMAL
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    Elena Sánchez Mallebrera
    25/07/2017 #34 Elena Sánchez Mallebrera
    Buen día!! Francisco José, animarte y recargaros pilas . Con estos, tus escritos haces visible la realidad en la vida diaria en autismo. Es una palabra que cuesta entender en su totalidad. Su definición en el diccionario no nos hace ver , ni comprender ... La COMUNICACIÓN, no son solo palabras. Gracias por mencionarme.Comparto ya!!🤗
    Francisco Jose  🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    10/07/2017 #33 Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    @MartÍn Zafrilla gracias a ti compañero por tus palabras
    MartÍn Zafrilla
    10/07/2017 #32 MartÍn Zafrilla
    Muchas gracias por compartir estos textos. Ayudan mucho.
    Francisco Jose  🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    09/07/2017 #31 Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    #21 @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador Thank you friend Stephan for supporting our cause, you are a good man
    Francisco Jose  🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    09/07/2017 #30 Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    #28 @maria pilar pich pou ,MD @Raquel Mena gracias por vuestras palabras.....también me ayudan a mi
    Raquel Mena
    08/07/2017 #29 Raquel Mena
    Qué bonito y que gran ayuda para quien quiere comunicarse con una persona con autismo y no sabe cómo. Gracias por compartirlo @Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    maria pilar pich pou ,MD
    08/07/2017 #28 maria pilar pich pou ,MD
    Ya es hermosa ...esa conversacion! Gracias por compatir.@@Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador
    @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez
    08/07/2017 #27 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez
    #4 y...
    Volara.
    Cristina Ballester
    08/07/2017 #25 Cristina Ballester
    #13 No pasa nada @Francisco Jose 🐝 Paredes Pérez Global Brand Ambassador. Por suerte lo he podido ver y compartir!! 😀
    Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    08/07/2017 #24 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador, Fernando Santa Isabel is already a musketeer.
    Las liao parda 😂 As it says @David 🐝 Martín Alonso, you have named many bees. Thank you for helping us give voice to autism.
    c'est tré jolie.
    stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
    08/07/2017 #20 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
    @Juan Imaz if you can give a little push to the Musketeers cause by sharing, we would be grateful for ever. Thanks.
    Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    08/07/2017 #17 Irene 🐝 Rodriguez Escolar
    @Raúl Jiménez Uceda, la misión de mosqueter@ consiste en compartir. Dar Voz al autismo, a las reflexiones de un autista de la mano de su padre Francisco Paredes.
    https://www.bebee.com/producer/@marta-garcia-quijada/entrevista-bebee-con-francisco-jose-paredes-perez-vivi-muchos-anos-de-espalda-a-la-realidad-del-autismo
    Unete a la causa 😉.
  5. ProducerMila Cohen

    Mila Cohen

    07/07/2017
    	 6 Reasons to Look after Your Child’s Primary Teeth
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  6. ProducerJames Taft

    James Taft

    06/07/2017
    Sun Damage
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  7. ProducerJames Taft

    James Taft

    06/07/2017
    Acne Treatment
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  8. ProducerSaba Khodadadian
    Astigmatism Correction
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  9. ProducerPedram Bral

    Pedram Bral

    06/07/2017
    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
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  10. ProducerPedram Bral

    Pedram Bral

    06/07/2017
    Impact of Social Media on Gynecology
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  11. ProducerDr. Dmitriy Bronfman
    Endometrial Polyp | Professional Gynecological Services
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  12. ProducerDr. Dmitriy Bronfman
    No Menstrual Periods But Also Not Pregnant
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  13. ProducerDr. Dmitriy Bronfman
    Can You Lactate Without Being Pregnant?
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  14. ProducerDr. Dmitriy Bronfman
    Healthy Pregnancy and Labor for Women with Diabetes
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  15. ProducerDr. Dmitriy Bronfman
    Secrets to Successful Pregnancy Weight Gain
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  16. ProducerOleg Klempner

    Oleg Klempner

    06/07/2017
    10 Facts to Know before You Get Your Invisible Braces Treatment
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  17. ProducerOleg Klempner

    Oleg Klempner

    06/07/2017
    Kids Teeth Flossing: 5 Top Parents Questions
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  18. ProducerDrNavid Rahmani

    DrNavid Rahmani

    06/07/2017
    Severe Gum Disease is 6th Most Prevalent Condition in the World
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    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    06/07/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    I believe you @DrNavid Rahmani because I suffered from gum disease. It is a global problem and I live far away from the USA
  19. ProducerDrNavid Rahmani

    DrNavid Rahmani

    06/07/2017
    Tooth Loss: How It Increases the Risk of Heart Disease
    Tooth Loss: How It Increases the Risk of Heart DiseaseA new study conducted in Finland at the University of Helsinki looked at the connection between tooth loss and cardiovascular disease. The study involved more than 8,000 people over a 13 year period and it found that people with more than five...
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  20. ProducerNatasha Fazylova
    Exfoliation & Microdermabrasion
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  21. ProducerNatasha Fazylova
    Made a Tattoo Mistake? Have it Removed with Ease!
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  22. ProducerDmitriy Epelboym
    Restorative Dental Treatment: Do You Know Your Options?
    Restorative Dental Treatment: Do You Know Your Options?Restorative dental care helps to preserve your natural teeth so they can last as long as possible. Here at the Cosmetic Dentistry Center, our dentists will carefully assess any damage to your teeth and prepare a customized restorative dental...
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  23. ProducerDmitriy Epelboym
    Sinus Infection: It May Be the True Cause of Your Toothache
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  24. ProducerFebin Melepura

    Febin Melepura

    06/07/2017
    Pinched Nerve: Cervical Radiculopathy
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    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    06/07/2017 #1 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Very well articulated Dr.Febin! Unfortunately, our generation (used to working on the PC or laptop for nearly 20 years now) goes through the diagnosis>medication>physiotherapy regime without persisting with the exercises suggested. It's a vicious cycle of recurrence and redress. Until surgery becomes inevitable in all probability :) I am going through my 10th cycle probably and this time I have been prescribed Pregalin XSR 75 to add to the anti inflammatories. I find it very effective but I wonder how it would be once I gradually wean off it in diminishing doses.
  25. ProducerLeon Reyfman

    Leon Reyfman

    06/07/2017
    What is nervous system training?
    What is nervous system training?The methods of training we use can accurately be described as Nervous System Training. It is one of the most powerful tools for athletic development, in fact chapter one of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Encyclopedia of Strength Training...
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    Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    06/07/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
    Very useful post, though I have a question. @CityVP 🐝 Manjit shared a buzz and a link in which he reported that there is another nervous system that is connected to the "brain in our guts". So, will tis affect the training for the nervous system?
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