WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 115; FEATURING: Maija Hahn, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist, Autism Specialist and president of R.E.A.C.T.
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the amazing interactions he had with mothers and fathers at the recent Southern Utah Birth Expo. These parents inspired him because of how they embodied an inner knowingness stemming from maternal and paternal instincts. This was a great reminder of how we all can tune our own instincts by keeping our minds open to knowledge and learning. Our openness will enable us all to know what’s best for our children!
I remember these parents just say, I feel like every day I'm losing my kid, my kid was talking to me, my kid was engaging, and every day, he's getting farther and farther away. If only I can in desperation of wanting to find an answer, get my child back. I'll never forget that. And it's a story that continues to repeat and continues to repeat.
This week, we meet Maija Hahn, a mother to three vaccine injured children who is also a speech-language pathologist, longtime autism specialist and president of R.E.A.C.T (Research & Education for Autistic Children’s Treatment). We discuss her story and her latest involvements managing events for Children’s Health Defense and so much more. Check out reactforhope.org to learn more about R.E.A.C.T.
Title: Vaccines and Children: Understanding the Risks and Benefits
Welcome to the informative podcast show about vaccines and children. In this episode, we will be discussing the risks and benefits of vaccines, vaccine injuries, and more. Our guests today are Dr. Paul, Maija Hahn, and DeeDee Hoover. Dr. Paul is a renowned pediatrician, Maija Hahn is a CCC-SLP and a mother of three vaccine-injured children, and DeeDee Hoover is a licensed massage therapist and a mother of two. Let's get started!
Segment 1: Understanding the Risks and Benefits of Vaccines Dr. Paul explains the importance of vaccines and how they work to protect children from diseases. He also discusses the risks and benefits of vaccines and addresses common concerns parents have about vaccine safety.
Segment 2: Vaccine Injuries and Delaying Vaccines Maija Hahn shares her personal experience with vaccine injuries and how it has affected her family. She also discusses the importance of independent research and the need for more studies on vaccine safety. Dr. Paul addresses the idea of delaying vaccines and whether it can reduce the risk of autism in children.
Segment 3: CHD Conference in Savannah, Georgia Dr. Paul and Maija Hahn discuss the upcoming CHD conference in Savannah, Georgia. They share the topics that will be covered at the conference, including vaccine safety, informed consent, and more. DeeDee Hoover joins the conversation to talk about the importance of mom-to-mom discussions and how they can help parents make informed decisions about vaccines.
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 114; FEATURING: Tracy Slepcevic, Certified Integrative Health Practitioner, Speaker, Author
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul gives tribute to warrior moms and dads. He describes a warrior as someone who is focused, brave, always there, and never giving up. As warriors, you are always fighting for your children, no matter what. It’s time to link arms so we can become an army of warriors together!
This week, we meet Tracy Slepcevic, a certified integrative health practitioner who authored the book, “Warrior Mom: A Mother’s Journey in Healing Her Son with Autism.” We talk about her journey from getting the autism diagnosis to dealing with pediatricians. Tracy shares great insights for parents on ways to truly help and advocate for our kids. You don’t want to miss it!
Title: Warrior Mom: Navigating Autism with Tracy Slepcevic
In Conclusion: Overall, this podcast episode provides valuable insights and advice for parents and caregivers of children with autism and emphasizes the importance of taking a proactive approach to finding the right treatments and therapies for each individual child.
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 113; FEATURING: Pierre Kory, MD President and Chief Medical Officer Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance, Author
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the delicate balance between being a positive person that brings love into the world, and being someone who stands against injustice. There are moments where the most loving thing we can do is to fight for those who don’t have a voice, taking a stand against injustice wherever we encounter it. Thanks to all of you who are fighting the good fight for love and justice in the world!
This week, Dr. Pierre Kory, author of “The War on Ivermectin,” returns to the show. This is a powerful book about what happened, why it happened, and how this life-saving medication could have kept our population healthy, preventing the need for Covid jabs, lockdowns and more. You don't want to miss it!
Title: The Potential Benefits of Ivermectin in Preventing COVID-19
Show Length: 45 minutes
Introduction: In this episode, we speak with Dr. Pierre Kory, author of The War on Ivermectin, about the potential benefits of using the medication as a preventative measure for COVID-19. Dr. Kory is a critical care and pulmonary medicine specialist who has been advocating for the use of Ivermectin in the fight against COVID-19.
Segment 1: Dr. Kory discusses his background and how he became interested in the potential benefits of Ivermectin in preventing COVID-19. He explains that he first learned about the medication from a colleague who had been using it to treat patients with parasitic infections. When the pandemic hit, Dr. Kory began researching the potential benefits of Ivermectin in preventing COVID-19 and was surprised to find that there was already a significant body of research on the topic. However, he also discovered that many healthcare providers were not aware of this research and were not considering Ivermectin as a viable treatment option.
Segment 2: Dr. Kory explains how Ivermectin works and why he believes it could be an effective preventative measure for COVID-19. He notes that Ivermectin has been shown to have antiviral properties and can prevent the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. He also discusses the results of various studies that have been conducted on the medication, including a recent meta-analysis that found that Ivermectin reduced the risk of death in COVID-19 patients by up to 75%.
Segment 3: Dr. Kory addresses some of the criticisms and concerns that have been raised about the use of Ivermectin, including its potential side effects and the need for further research. He acknowledges that there is still much to learn about the medication and that more studies are needed to fully understand its potential benefits and risks. However, he also notes that Ivermectin has been used safely for decades to treat parasitic infections and that the risks associated with its use are relatively low.
Conclusion: Dr. Kory emphasizes the importance of considering all potential treatment options for COVID-19, including Ivermectin, and encourages listeners to do their own research and consult with their healthcare providers. He notes that the pandemic has highlighted the need for more research into alternative treatments
WITH THE WIND WITH DR. PAUL - PODCAST 112; FEATURING: Tamara Owen, RN, MS, PMHNP Holistic Health & Life Coach
In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about how we can use compassion, love, and forgiveness to speak truth to power. It often feels like we are at war, but using the martial arts approach of pivoting and redirecting energy can enable us to have compassion while being fearless – key elements of non-violent civil disobedience. Life presents endless opportunities for us to forgive – it’s always the better way!
This week we meet Tamara Owen, a psychiatric nurse practitioner who shares her non-pharmaceutical approach to identifying root causes of stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue and more. Come learn how Tamara brings true health and wellness to the mind, body, and spirit…without the use of drugs!
Title: Understanding Root Causes of Mental Health Issues
Host: Dr. Paul Guest: Tamara Owen, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
In this episode, Dr. Paul interviews Tamara Owen, a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, about her approach to identifying root causes for stress, anxiety, depression, and fatigue. Tamara shares that she has special testing that helps her pinpoint what's going on with neurotransmitters, which allows her to target health, wellness in mind, body, and spirit without pharmaceuticals in most cases.
Tamara emphasizes that being healthy takes a lot of diligence and is part of our life work. She encourages people to think about how they take care of themselves all the time and to put things aside that get in the way of taking care of themselves.
Dr. Paul also shares his thoughts on compassion, love, and forgiveness, and how speaking truth to power can be done effectively through non-violent civil disobedience. He believes that forgiveness and love are essential in life's endless journey of opportunities to forgive.
Throughout the episode, Tamara and Dr. Paul discuss various neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, serotonin, GABA, and glutamate, and how they can affect mental health. They also touch on the role of medication and supplements in treating mental health issues.
Overall, this episode provides valuable insights into the importance of understanding root causes for mental health issues and taking care of ourselves to achieve overall wellness.
1. Identifying root causes for mental health issues is crucial for achieving overall wellness.
2. Special testing can help pinpoint what's going on with neurotransmitters, which allows for targeted treatment without pharmaceuticals in most cases.
3. Being healthy takes a lot of diligence and is part of our life work.
4. It's important to think about how we take care of ourselves all the time and to put things aside that get in the way of taking care of ourselves.
5. Non-violent civil disobedience can be an effective way to speak truth to power.
6. Forgiveness and love are essential in life's endless journey of opportunities to forgive.
7. Neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin, GABA, and glutamate can affect mental health. 8. Medication and supplements can play a role in treating mental health issues, but it's important to understand their potential side effects and limitations.
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