Best deleon dialogue podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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DeLeon Dialogue about coping during, and healing after cancer. Listen to interviews with Survivors and health professionals. Join the discussions about side effects, spirituality, mastectomy, food, exercise, self-esteem and the issues layered between… Call: 347- 945-5853
 
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This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and publics, we became inspired to have a series of conversations about why anthropology matters today. We’re sitting down with so ...…
 
Since I first began moving through the Los Angeles muay thai community Jeff Dojillo has been a present force. Our discussion here delves into the origins of muay thai’s presence here on the west coast, and features a detailed account of Jeff’s journey through muay thai gyms, trainers and experiences. Including his time at The Boxing Club (San D ...…
 
The K Files Dossier | Real Monsters of The X Files | An Episode Guide Welcome to the first installment of The K Files Dossier! Listen to the audio intro: The X Files has some scary monsters – those of us who started watching as kids in the 90’s will never forget the first time we spied the pink and white maw of the Flukeman, for example. But mo ...…
 
Many people experience emotional challenges after a cancer diagnosis; the news has a profound impact upon the entire family. There are many decisions to be made, and if you have children you’re probably concerned about how to share the news with them, how much to tell them about your diagnosis and what you’re going through. Join me for some tip ...…
 
When cancer comes back into your life it is called ‘a recurrence’ and it can be devastating. You may feel sad, shocked, angry, scared and all of your old fears may bombard you once again. The diagnosis may be difficult for you to wrap your head around let alone accept the second time around. Let’s talk about recurrent cancer, what it means and ...…
 
A diagnosis of cancer can create awkward tensions between friends. It’s difficult to know how to act or how to respond when someone we love, someone our own age is diagnosed with cancer. It can be challenging to figure out how to reach out to our friend and loved ones who needs us as they battle cancer. Tune in for tips and suggestions to help ...…
 
A diagnosis of cancer can create awkward tensions between friends. It’s difficult to know how to act or how to respond when someone we love, someone our own age, is diagnosed with cancer. It can be challenging to figure out how to reach out to our friend and loved ones who needs us as they battle cancer. Tune in for tips and suggestions to help ...…
 
A variety of factors can contribute to people having difficulty sleeping during chemotherapy. Chemotherapy drugs can cause patients to sleep all day and this can lead to much difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep through the night. In this episode I’ll cover some steps that can be taken to manage insomnia during and after chemotherapy tre ...…
 
Many people face some degree of anxiety, fear, sadness and depression when cancer becomes part of their lives. Depression is a disabling illness that affects men and women with cancer equally. Gallup poll states: The higher rates of depression and physical pain found among those who have a cancer diagnosis hold within every age group. An import ...…
 
Starting Chemotherapy can be very scary and intimidating for the cancer patient. As cancer survival rates improve nursing experienced a shift that expanded roles and acknowledged the importance of professionals in nursing- the oncology nurse; the oncology nurse collaborates with other cancer care professionals to provide required care to the ca ...…
 
A four-part heart-felt in-depth discussion on dealing with breast cancer from diagnosis to recovery with deLeon and her guest Alva about the steps taken to stay positive, proactive and productive. Don’t miss these powerful, motivating episodes. Tune in weekly in May, to get info to help you cope, embrace, adopt and daily exude a kick cancer's b ...…
 
A four-part heart-felt in-depth discussion on dealing with breast cancer from diagnosis to recovery with deLeon and her guest Alva about the steps taken to stay positive, proactive and productive. Don’t miss these powerful, motivating episodes. Tune in weekly in May, to get info to help you cope, embrace, adopt and daily exude a kick cancer's b ...…
 
A four-part heartfelt in-depth discussion on breast cancer from diagnosis to recovery- in the month of May, with host deLeon and her guest Alva; it's talk about the steps they take to stay positive, proactive and productive. Don’t miss these powerful, motivating episodes to help you cope, embrace, adopt and daily exude a kick cancer's butt atti ...…
 
A four-part heartfelt in-depth discussion on breast cancer from diagnosis to recovery- in the month of May, with host deLeon and her guest Alva; it's talk about the steps they take to stay positive, proactive and productive. Don’t miss these powerful, motivating episodes to help you cope, embrace, adopt and daily exude a kick cancer's butt atti ...…
 
Most people don’t realize that a frequent side effect of cancer is financial hardship-it’s part of the disease package. A new report has found patients and families from every social group incur hardship due to additional costs following a cancer diagnosis; it can cause or exacerbate financial stress, including the ability to maintain employmen ...…
 
It’s estimated there are over 1 million LGBT cancer survivors in the country today, and there’s reason to believe people in the LGBT community are carrying a disproportionate cancer burden. Health disparities in the LGBT community are caused by multiple factors that aren’t due to any physiological or genetic differences between lesbians and het ...…
 
Domestic Violence has been recognized, for the past thirty years as a problem, not just in American Society, but also in various healthcare settings. However, enough has not been done to research, report and bring much needed attention to the prevalence or incidences of Domestic Violence among patients with cancer. Join me @6:00PM EST as I expl ...…
 
We all made pledges to overcome our shortcomings, and in so doing make one more steps toward personal perfection. Let’s review the 2011 resolutions we made. Did we make a resolution to eat healthier, exercise daily, lose weight, stop smoking, or become more spiritual? If so, how many of them are we still observing and how many have we already a ...…
 
Surviving and living beyond cancer is more complicated than simply being sick or well. It’s a continual process that’s constantly changing. Cancer survivorship is a day-to-day ongoing process that starts the minute you’re diagnosed and continues through the rest of your life. Join me @6:00PM EST as I discuss a number of issues that’s specific t ...…
 
A few years ago Kevin had a tumor on one of his kidneys- it was removed; now he has one kidney that’s functioning at 10% and will soon have to have dialysis. Kevin needs a kidney asap; the National Kidney Foundation recommends that patients with end-stage renal failure get a transplant before having to start dialysis. Join me on Friday at 6:00p ...…
 
It’s Christmas 2010 and cancer survivors are set to reap the health benefits of holiday music on DeLeon Dialogue. “If music be the food of love, play on: give me excess of it,” Music has positive health effects on people of all ages; so join me on Friday, December 24th, as we dance, sing, eat black cake, drink our favorite beverages and have lo ...…
 
The holidays are supposed to be about joy, love and peace. Too often, though, they end up producing guilt, stress and conflict. This can be especially true for people with illnesses like cancer, heart disease, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome as they struggle to cope with everyday life. A huge part of the holiday stress comes from the ...…
 
This show is dedicated to- World AIDS Day 12/1/10. It’s an evening of education as my special guest- AIDS Activist, Reverend Caton, Associate Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights shares facts and statistics to mobilize the black community to action in its fight against HIV/AIDS. Although black people represent only about one in e ...…
 
Relatively few African Americans know that there is a test to diagnose kidney disease or are aware that African Americans are at a greater risk than whites of developing chronic Kidney Disease. One out of every three people with kidney failure is African-American, compared to only one in eight in the general public. The relative lack of awarene ...…
 
This show we’ll talk about- the cancer diagnosis, knowing what to expect, making plans for how to proceed and navigate through the cancer journey. Basic information can help to make this very stressful time easier. It can also help you to understand this difficult experience, the fears, the anxiety, and the feelings of isolation that overwhelm ...…
 
Do you need a break from your normal scheduled life for a more tranquil and composed milieu as you recuperate from cancer? How about a retreat? Retreats concentrate on one's health, physical activities, personal development, self-discovery, spirituality, social concerns and relaxation. This week my guests are cancer Survivor Karin Cooke- oncolo ...…
 
October-National Breast Cancer Survivors Month is coming to a close. Pink's the dominant color of the month and just about everyone's buzzing about breast cancer events. We had Think-Pink fund-raising marches, dances, sales, fashion shows, television commercials, and all the trappings that come with the fun-side of raising breast cancer awarene ...…
 
Are you a Survivor, caregiver, friend, or family of a cancer Survivor? How has it affected you on a personal level? My special guests this week, Keiela and Jahlani will share their thoughts and feelings on how a cancer diagnosis changed their world. Call (347) 945-5853 to share your thoughts, feelings and experience. Help someone else understan ...…
 
It is less common for women in their thirties to get breast cancer: one in 250, or approximately 5% of all breast cancers diagnosed in women in their thirties. Many younger women ignore the warning signs, like an unusual discharge or a breast lump because they think they are too young to get breast cancer. My special guest is the Executive Dire ...…
 
Patients’ attitudes to decision-making for cancer management might be directly linked to their cultural differences. Culture determines the different ways that patients understand cancer, the manner in which they explain it, and their overall attitudes toward it. Tune-in for a panel discussion with my guests- Samira and Phyllis, as we address, ...…
 
Exercise may not be able to make your cancer go away, but there is strong scientific evidence that regular exercise is important during cancer treatment. Patients of all ages, sizes and fitness levels participated in research studies which provided consistent evidence that exercise is an important and an all too often neglected part of the canc ...…
 
Multiple myeloma- is the second most common blood cancer, but it is not a common cancer. It is also known as myeloma, plasma cell myeloma, or as Kahler's disease (after Otto Kahler). It is a cancer that begins in plasma cells, a type of white blood cell. These cells are part of your immune system which helps protect the body from germs and othe ...…
 
Sickle cell disease affects millions of people throughout the world and approximately 72,000 people in the US. It is an inherited blood disorder characterized by defective hemoglobin and is present in one in every 500 African-American births. Sickle cell disease primarily affects those of African descent and Hispanics of Caribbean ancestry, but ...…
 
Many ethnic and minority populations do not define or address disability and chronic illness in the same manner as "mainstream" America. The popular belief is that whatever beliefs are brought to the US by immigrants would quickly disappear and be replaced by "all-American" values, attitudes, and behaviors. Social scientists now recognize that ...…
 
Neuro Linguistic Programming aka NLP was developed in the early 1970’s and is a controversial approach to psychotherapy. NLP is based on the premise that words we use reflect an inner subconscious perception of our problems. NLP contends that if the words and perceptions are inaccurate, and we continue to think and use them, that they will crea ...…
 
Leukemia is malignancy of cells in the blood and Lymphoma refers to malignant tumors of the lymph system. Some of the specific leukemia blood cancer symptoms are anemia, recurrent infections, bone and joint pain, abdominal distress and difficulty in breathing. In the case of lymphoma blood cancer, the symptoms depend on location of cancer, wher ...…
 
Cheryl James is a Christian Chaplain who holds a Doctorate in Theology. She provides spiritual support for cancer patients, and through " Where There's A Need," a non-profit organization she founded, Cheryl fills a need with hairpieces and headwear for children and adults with cancer related (total or partial) alopecia. Call: 347-945-5853…
 
Ashura noticed an unusual mole on her back- one that kept changing shape. However, she never imagined that she, a 16 year old black H.S teen, would be diagnosed with Melanoma. Everyone knows Black people don’t get skin cancer, her pigmentation (melanin) prevents that- but Ashura was wrong; she was diagnosed with Melanoma. She’s telling her surv ...…
 
Miracle Mike, a Blogtalkradio host, is a Terminal Cancer Survivor who had cancer four times, from 2000-2004. Stress caused his first cancer that nearly killed him, but nothing changed Mike’s life like planning for death and not dying. As he aptly said, "After facing God and my own mortality life has not been the same since." Mike is my guest on ...…
 
Should marijuana be legalized? The arguments for and against continue to be heated on both sides. My guests are: Arlene Williams- a breast cancer survivor and Doug Green, a Long Island medical marijuana advocate. Call: 347-945-5853
 
Patients, families, and healthcare professionals have come to rely on Viki Kind’s practical approach to dealing with challenging healthcare dilemmas. She's a renowned lecturer, a clinical bioethicist, medical educator and hospice volunteer. She is inspiring healthcare professionals throughout the US to have integrity and compassion, and teaches ...…
 
My guest Johanne couldn't believe her ears when she was diagnosed with female pattern baldness while still in her early twenties.Confusion, embarrassment, fear, depression and horror are just a few of the emotions she experienced. Tune in as she shares her story on DeLeon Dialogue.
 
Spirituality and religion are areas that make many physicians uncomfortable, since training in medical schools and continuing medical education programs are limited. Most doctors lack the necessary training, and they worry about spending additional time with patients and overstepping ethical boundaries. These are valid concerns but it can be ad ...…
 
Tune in when Kareema Billil and Travis share their stories. Two AA women who had cervical cancer at different stages of their lives. Travis was only 22 when she was diagnosed and Kareema was diagnosed at a later age. Call: 347-945-5853
 
Glenda Faye Williams has been battling a wretched disease called Sarcoidosis for many years. Sarcoidosis is a chronic disease of unknown cause; it is marked by the formation of nodules in the lungs, liver, lymph glands and salivary glands. It’s a multi-organ disease that, in most cases, involves more than one organ. General symptoms of the dise ...…
 
Food has the power to heal and can prevent and help fight cancer. Research Proves Raw Food Protects Against Cancer, and dietary approaches for ovarian cancer include vegetarianism. Tune in to my interview with Julie Cara Hoffenberg and Sarah Woodward authors of: The Healing Patch Cookbook. Julie’s seven years of experience in health and nutriti ...…
 
The last thing Karen expected at the age of 44 was a breast cancer diagnosis. But that is exactly what she had to wrap her mind around soon after her 44th birthday. In 2008, the projected new cases of breast cancer in females were 182,460; the ACS estimated that 23,000 of those would be women under the age of 45. Tune in to DeLeon Dialogue when ...…
 
Calling All Men!! African and Caribbean American men are twice as likely as American men of European ancestry to develop prostate cancer. Generally, it develops after age 50, with most cases diagnosed in men over age 65. Studies indicate that men with a father or brother with prostate cancer, those who have a high-fat diet, and those who smoke ...…
 
Neighborhood non- profits are organizations that are central to the American Society. Over the past forty years the role of the non-profit has changed. They perform a greater job than taking care of specific needs. Non-profits are central to the quality of life in its community and represent the fundamental values of the community in which it s ...…
 
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