According to Google, hospice is a program designed to provide palliative care, which is a drug or medical treatment that reduces pain without curing the cause of the pain, and emotional support to the terminally ill in a home or homelike setting so that quality of life is maintained and family members may be active participants in care.
Originally, palliative care was developed for people with terminal illness. But within the past decade, it has become a medical specialty that focuses on a much broader range of serious or life-threatening diseases.
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Is sex education something that should be taught by the parents or the school system and what is the difference between abstinence and celibacy? Do young people do better if they’ve had sex education classes? Is there such a thing as “heat of the moment?” The thought is there is no such thing and that “cooler” heads should ALWAYS prevail. What should young people be told about dating and how close they should get to each other when they are? Is masturbation a sin?
There are a myriad of questions that will be answered tonight with my guests Pastors Jason & Tiffany Chandler, so tune in and listen. You just might learn something!
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Last week we had such a great show and such responses and comments, that we are going to talk with our guest this week, continuing the discussion of how she cured herself of leukemia.
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Leukemia is cancer (malignancy) of the blood cells. However, it is a lot more complicated than that. Blood cells are formed in bone marrow, which is the soft tissue inside of the bone. These cells include white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets, which are helpful in the clotting of blood. In a normal healthy body, this is exactly what happens. When a person has leukemia, abnormal blood cells are created in the bone marrow, and as is most common with leukemia, abnormal white blood cells are created. White blood cells are the cells that are responsible for fighting infection in the body. The abnormal cells produced in leukemia patients do not function properly or in the same fashion as normal white blood cells. They continue to grow and divide and the result is the eventual over-crowding of the normal blood cells. What that means is it becomes incredibly difficult for the body to control bleeding, fight infection and transport oxygen to all of its various parts.
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This show is how to travel around the world in an hour. We will learn all about the travel industry and how it works. It’s about finding a consultant and knowing when you use the apps like Expedia and the rest, that you’re still using a consultant. The difference is if or when you have an issue with your destination and need some assistance on how to get it resolved, that Expedia and all the rest will not be able to help.
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Leukemia is cancer of the blood cells. Blood cells are formed in bone marrow, which is the soft tissue inside the bone. These cells include white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets, which are helpful in the clotting blood. In a normal healthy body, this is exactly what happens.
When a person has leukemia, abnormal blood cells are created in the bone marrow and as is most common with leukemia, abnormal white blood cells are created. White blood cells are the cells that are responsible for fighting infection in the body. However, the abnormal cells produced in leukemia patients do not function properly or in the same fashion as normal white blood cells. Instead they continue to grow and divide, and the result is the eventual over-crowding of the normal blood cells which means it becomes difficult for the body to control bleeding, fight infection and transport oxygen to all of its various parts.
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Breithaupt Career and Technical Center enrolls high school students in grades 10-12 from Detroit Public schools and surrounding districts and students that are home taught. They are located at 9300 Hubbell in Detroit.
The mission of this Detroit public school is to prepare the students for a world-class workforce through skilled training. By incorporating employability and leadership skills, business and industry relationships and collegiate exposure, students will become well-developed employable citizens.
Their vision is to become the premier career and technical teaching institution that prepares employable, career and college ready students for post secondary opportunities and viable careers.
Join Jenny White tonight for “Guess Who’s In the Kitchen”, as they discuss training students and turning them into world-class career people.
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Join us on Friday, the 10th at 8:00 p.m. EST for the Let’s Talk About it with Jenny White show. This week’s discussion is How to Survive an attack.
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If you were under attack, which options would you consider, fight, flight or freeze? I would hope that no one in their lifetime would come under attack, but statistics say one out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape and one in seventy-one males has been attacked in their lifetime. Some incidents are reported, and some are not for different reasons. Now that there is a ban on one particular ethnic group here in the United States, are these persons more inclined to be victims of assaults and are they less than eager to report these incidents for fear of being deported or retaliated against in other ways? We all should consider what options we need to take in order to protect ourselves from harm.
Sometimes a trip to the doctor can be a horrible experience, especially if the test came back positive. So now what do you do? How do you tell your family that you might die or do you tell them at all? Do you start paying for your burial? If you have young children what happens to them after you’re gone? Who will take care of them? What happens when your hair falls out? Do you wear a wig or are you brave enough to let everyone see your bald head? Do you worry that the treatments won’t work and your family will eventually have to know? Does your situation seem hopeless?
We’ve all been affected by cancer, either personally or because of a loved one.
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