Sleep is an important–and sometimes elusive–need for patients and caregivers. My guest is Craig Webb, a professional Dream Analyst/Author/Researcher whose life path was set in motion two decades ago when he nearly drowned on a rafting trip and suddenly began recalling up to 10 powerful dreams a day. We will cover everything related to sleep without putting you to sleep, such as night terrors, nightmares, simple ways to reduce daily stress, sleep paralysis (sometimes associated with poor sleep), and diet that affects sleep. Caregiving S.O.S. will be rebroadcast on Saturday, February 18th at 3:00 p.m. on www.W4WN.com.
My guest is Dr. Paul Bendheim, author of The Braining Training Revolution: A Proven Workout for Healthy Brain Aging, a detailed easy-to-follow lifestyle program to help you maintain and enhance normal brain function during midlife and beyond. It’s a medical doctor’s three-part prescription to help you fight off memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Designed to strengthen your brain’s inherent abilities to perceive your world, it improves your ability to react, learn, think, and create more easily. Diagnosis S.O.S. will be rebroadcast on Saturday, February 18th at 2:00 p.m. on www.W4WN.com.
Are all viruses bad? Evidently not, and their power might soon be harnessed into a weapon to be used against cancer. My guest is Mr. Bradley Thompson, President of Oncolytics Biotech Inc., a Canadian company that focuses on the discovery and development of pharmaceutical products for the treatment of human cancers. We’ll be learning about a reovirus that is showing great promise for future use with other treatments against many types of cancer tumors. Cancer S.O.S. will be rebroadcast on Saturday, February 18th at 1:00 p.m. on www.W4WN.com.