WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 111: FEATURING: Dr. Laura Hanson D.C., MS, QEEG-DL, D.I.C.C.P., NDT, BCN, CAS Board-certified chiropractic pediatric diplomate and Neurofeedback Specialist.
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about what it means to have hope, even during times of deep despair. No matter what we are going through, there is healing available for us. Let’s choose to live in hope, recognizing that each day represents an opportunity for a fresh perspective and a chance to love more completely.
This week, Dr. Paul brings us another segment on psychopharmaceuticals. He introduces us to Dr. Laura Hanson who shares insight on non-pharmaceutical approach to autism, ASD, ADHD, anxiety, depression and more. She introduces us to several alternative methods she employs that have produced some exciting outcomes. Don’t miss out on this highly informative discussion!
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - SHOW 111: FEATURING: Dr. Laura Hanson D.C., MS, QEEG-DL, D.I.C.C.P., NDT, BCN, CAS Board-certified chiropractic pediatric diplomate and Neurofeedback Specialist.
In this episode, Dr. Paul and Dr. Laura Hanson discuss non-pharmaceutical approaches to managing conditions like autism, ADHD, anxiety, and depression. They explore the benefits of developmental analysis of milestones, brain mapping, exercise, nutrition, and neurofeedback. Listeners will gain new insights and hope for themselves or their loved ones.
Dr. Paul: "Today is a new day. We don't need to despair. There is always hope for a better tomorrow."
Consider exploring non-pharmaceutical approaches to mental health, such as developmental analysis, brain mapping, exercise, nutrition, and neurofeedback. Talk to a qualified healthcare professional to learn more.
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 110: FEATURING: Bernadette Pajer CHD Tennessee Chapter Leadership Team, and Host of Informed Life Radio & Kim Witczak Speaker, Advocate, Co-Founder Woody Matters, and Co-Founder Selling Sickness
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the importance of self-care. He shares how his journey of returning to a consistent exercise routine and developing healthy eating habits is positively changing his life. He encourages us to identify what needs our attention – whether it’s exercise, diet, sleep, or focusing on our emotional and physical health. Whatever you need right now, pick one thing, and just get started!
This week, Bernadette Pajer of Informed Choice WA is back! She joins us to talk about psychotropic drugs and the Medicating Normal film. We discuss anxiety, depression, ADHD drugs, the importance of informed consent, even the possible connection between these psychopharmaceuticals and mass shootings, and so much more!
Next, we meet Kim Witczak, co-founder of Woody Matters and Selling Sickness. Kim lost her husband to suicide not long after he was put on Prozac for insomnia. She now pours her life into advocating for drug safety and informed consent, educating people on side effects to watch for and alternative treatments that can be available.
Title: Advocacy for Patient Safety: A Conversation with Kim Witczak and Bernadette Pajer
In this episode, we are joined by Kim Witczak and Bernadette Pajer to discuss their advocacy work for patient safety. Kim's journey started when her husband died by suicide after being prescribed an antidepressant for insomnia. Bernadette is a mother who has been advocating for vaccine safety and informed consent for over 20 years.
Conclusion: Kim Witczak and Bernadette Pajer's advocacy work is an important reminder of the need for patient safety and informed consent. Their stories highlight the risks associated with prescription drugs and vaccines, and the importance of being informed about the medications and vaccines we take.
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 109: FEATURING APRIL WEST AND KATHERINE SIGBLAD, NEW MOTHERS AND CO-HOSTS OF MOMS OFF THE RECORD PODCAST
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about what to do when our fears bring us down and cause us to feel stuck. He explains how we can speak to our inner child, the insecure person within us causing fear, and speak empowering words of truth to ourselves. When you’re going through times of struggle, you can reach down within yourself and become your own strength. You’ve got this!
If it's really meant to be so safe and effective? Then why? Why do you have to have these really strange incentives? This was the first time I kind of scratched my head to think, well, I don't know about this one.
On this week’s show, we meet April West and Katherine Sigblad, hosts of the “Moms Off the Record” podcast. These courageous women are new moms who aim to empower other women and mothers to think critically and to do it with confidence. This is a power-packed episode, especially for moms with babies at home. No topics are off the table with these ladies!
Title: Overcoming Fears and Trusting Your Intuition as a Parent
Segment 1: Getting to Know April and Kat
Segment 2: Overcoming Fears as a Parent
Segment 3: Trusting Your Intuition as a Parent
Segment 4: Tips for New Parents
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 108; Featuring: Dr. Peter McCullough M.D., M.P.H., Vice Chief of Internal Medicine, Baylor University Medical Center
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about freedom. It’s what drives him and is what this country was founded on. He’s thankful that he can finally speak freely about what he’s passionate about. We must all remember that we are free people, and that we win by living free as ourselves in this world!
No one can make you do anything. So, we all we need to all remember that we are free people. Let us be ourselves. That's how we win. So, here's the freedom."
This week, Dr. Peter McCullough returns to discuss several hot topics that includes the U.S. government’s role in gain-of-function research, and everything Covid-19 from safety to adverse events to natural immunity. He also gets into what he’s learned about the connection between the childhood vaccine schedule and autism. This is an information and science-packed episode you don’t want to miss!
Title: The Science Behind COVID-19 and Vaccines with Dr Peter McCullough
Welcome to WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - SHOW 108, where we bring you the latest science and research on COVID-19 and vaccines. I'm your host, Dr. Paul, and today we have a special guest, Dr. Peter McCullough, who will share his expertise on these topics.
Childhood Vaccines and Autism Dr. McCullough discusses the controversy surrounding the childhood vaccine schedule and its alleged link to autism. He shares his insights on the scientific studies that have been conducted on this topic and provides his perspective on the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
COVID-19 and Vaccine Safety Dr. McCullough addresses the safety and adverse events related to COVID-19 vaccines. He discusses the importance of informed consent and the need for transparency in reporting adverse events. He also shares his thoughts on the role of natural immunity and the potential long-term effects of the vaccines.
Gain of Function Research Dr. McCullough explains what gain of function research is and its potential implications for public health. He discusses the controversy surrounding the US government's funding of this research and the need for greater oversight and regulation.
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WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 107; Featuring: Dr. Shannon Kroner Psychologist, Educational Therapist, Coach, Special Needs Advocate, Author, and Mother
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the gift of presence. He shares how his mom lived her life being present for others, offering to simply sit with others amid their suffering. As illustrated in Winnie the Pooh, difficult days can be so much easier when you know you have someone there for you.
"How can a government or a pharmaceutical industry or big business force you to take a medical procedure? It just doesn't even make sense."
This week we meet psychologist and educational therapist Dr. Shannon Kroner and discuss her new children’s book, “I’m Unvaccinated, and That’s Okay!” This book highlights the story of an unvaccinated child who is trying to navigate life in today’s world. Dr. Kroner helps us understand the importance of choice and the necessity of doing research, making valuable educational resources accessible to parents. Preorder her book now on Amazon!
Title: "Understanding Vaccine Effects and Risks: A Conversation with Dr. Shannon Kroner"
In this episode of "With the Wind's Science Revealed," host Dr. Paul speaks with Dr. Shannon Kroner about her new children's book, "I'm Unvaccinated and That's Okay." The book tells the story of an unvaccinated boy with an older vaccine-injured sibling and explores the pressures to vaccinate and the journey of understanding vaccine effects and risks. Dr. Kroner shares her personal experience with vaccines and allergy shots, and the conversation touches on the importance of being present for others.
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