Dr. Tom Roselle http://www.drtomroselle.com Ageless Health: Health Is A Do-It -Yourself Program. Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:06:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.2 Dr. Tom Roselle is an integrative health and wellness expert, author, radio talk show host, practicing health care professional and facility director. He is well known for his health talk radio show in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC, "Dr. Tom Roselle Live!," his acclaimed self-health book, Ageless Health: Health Is A Do-It-To-Yourself Program and his recent television broadcast Ageless Health - The TV Special. Since 1983, Dr. Tom Roselle has hosted a radio talk show. The health news talk broadcast first aired as "Chiropractic Call-In", followed by "Health Alternatives" and then "Total Health Concepts." In 2001, Dr. Tom Roselle began a broadcast on WMAL Radio and today, "Dr. Tom Roselle Live!" airs live Sundays at 12 noon on WMAL at 105.9FM, AM630, wmal.com and 107.3HD2. The show is also available On Demand. Dr. Tom Roselle Live provides listeners with the latest information on integrative, holistic and wellness health care methods and invites listener call-in and interaction. Dr. Tom Roselle Live! clean Dr. Tom Roselle Live! dtr@drtomroselle.com dtr@drtomroselle.com (Dr. Tom Roselle Live!) Copyright © 2012 Roselle Media Services Dr. Tom Roselle Live! ageless health, health is a do it to yourself program, integrative health, functional health, holistic health Dr. Tom Roselle http://www.drtomroselle.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/podcast_1400x1400.png http://www.drtomroselle.com Fairfax, VA Breaking News: Girl Dies Hours After HPV Vaccination http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/breaking-news-girl-dies-hours-hpv-vaccination/ http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/breaking-news-girl-dies-hours-hpv-vaccination/#comments Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:06:16 +0000 http://www.drtomroselle.com/?p=8749 Individual susceptibility to vaccine reactions may have been in play when 12-year-old Meredith Prohaska died within hours an HPV vaccination on July 30, 2014. According to the NY Daily News, Meredith’s mother took her daughter to the doctor for a sore throat and, while Meredith was at the doctor’s office, she was given an HPV shot. Within 30 minutes of the shot, Meredith, who was a healthy athlete entering seventh grade, became very sleepy and slept all afternoon. When her mom came back from a short trip to get food, she found Meredith face down on the floor with purple lips and no pulse. Her mom is an EMT for the National Guard and performed CPR, but could not save her. The initial autopsy report was “inconclusive” and further tests are being done. However, Meredith’s death is not the first to occur after HPV vaccine. By June 14, 2014, there had been 171 deaths following HPV vaccinations (Gardasil or Cervarix) reported to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS). One week before Meredith’s HPV-vaccine related death, another Wisconsin teenager collapsed in her home shortly after receiving HPV and meningococcal vaccinations. Her mom reported that when her 17-year-old daughter got home after getting vaccinated, she could barely walk and collapsed, complaining of chest pain and that she was having trouble breathing. Her mom immediately took her to an Urgent Care facility and the doctors there called 911 and rushed her to the hospital ER, where she was treated and recovered. Fox News recently discussed the Wisconsin HPV vaccine reaction cases and pointed out how difficult it is to get compensated for a vaccine injury or death. Even if parents do have enough information to understand their child has suffered a vaccine reaction and meet deadlines for filing a federal compensation claim within two years of a vaccine death or three years of a vaccine injury and an award is made (two out of three claimants are denied awards), compensation is capped at $250,000 for pain and suffering and $250,000 for death. There is no cap for those who require life-long care. Source: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/08/26/back-to-school-vaccines.aspx?e_cid=20140826Z1_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20140826Z1&et_cid=DM56095&et_rid=635652681

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Individual susceptibility to vaccine reactions may have been in play when 12-year-old Meredith Prohaska died within hours an HPV vaccination on July 30, 2014. According to the NY Daily News, Meredith’s mother took her daughter to the doctor for a sore throat and, while Meredith was at the doctor’s office, she was given an HPV shot.

Within 30 minutes of the shot, Meredith, who was a healthy athlete entering seventh grade, became very sleepy and slept all afternoon. When her mom came back from a short trip to get food, she found Meredith face down on the floor with purple lips and no pulse. Her mom is an EMT for the National Guard and performed CPR, but could not save her.

The initial autopsy report was “inconclusive” and further tests are being done. However, Meredith’s death is not the first to occur after HPV vaccine. By June 14, 2014, there had been 171 deaths following HPV vaccinations (Gardasil or Cervarix) reported to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS).

One week before Meredith’s HPV-vaccine related death, another Wisconsin teenager collapsed in her home shortly after receiving HPV and meningococcal vaccinations. Her mom reported that when her 17-year-old daughter got home after getting vaccinated, she could barely walk and collapsed, complaining of chest pain and that she was having trouble breathing. Her mom immediately took her to an Urgent Care facility and the doctors there called 911 and rushed her to the hospital ER, where she was treated and recovered.

Fox News recently discussed the Wisconsin HPV vaccine reaction cases and pointed out how difficult it is to get compensated for a vaccine injury or death. Even if parents do have enough information to understand their child has suffered a vaccine reaction and meet deadlines for filing a federal compensation claim within two years of a vaccine death or three years of a vaccine injury and an award is made (two out of three claimants are denied awards), compensation is capped at $250,000 for pain and suffering and $250,000 for death. There is no cap for those who require life-long care.

Source: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/08/26/back-to-school-vaccines.aspx?e_cid=20140826Z1_DNL_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20140826Z1&et_cid=DM56095&et_rid=635652681

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Chronic Pain and Debilitating Conditions http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/chronic-pain-debilitating-conditions/ http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/chronic-pain-debilitating-conditions/#comments Wed, 27 Aug 2014 16:20:21 +0000 http://www.drtomroselle.com/?p=8745 @drtomroselle @rosellecare #agelesshealth Dr. Tom Roselle gives insight and understanding to the complications of chronic pain and debilitating conditions, including cancer, heart failure, diabetes, kidney disease and thyroid disorders. Click here to learn more about our continuing education health lectures and workshops or to view our Video On Demand Education Library. Call 703-698-7117 or email us to register today. Lectures are free of charge but require a reservation due to limited seating capacity.

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Dr. Tom Roselle gives insight and understanding to the complications of chronic pain and debilitating conditions, including cancer, heart failure, diabetes, kidney disease and thyroid disorders.

Click here to learn more about our continuing education health lectures and workshops or to view our Video On Demand Education Library. Call 703-698-7117 or email us to register today. Lectures are free of charge but require a reservation due to limited seating capacity.

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How to Tell if Your Gut Health is Optimal http://www.drtomroselle.com/articles/tell-gut-health-optimal/ http://www.drtomroselle.com/articles/tell-gut-health-optimal/#comments Tue, 26 Aug 2014 12:00:56 +0000 http://www.drtomroselle.com/?p=8733 The gastrointestinal tract makes up 75 percent of the immune system and it contains 400 species of gut microbes. In fact, there are more bacteria living in your gut then there are stars in the sky. Inflammation in your gut has even been tied to depression and anxiety and it makes sense. Have you ever felt butterflies when you get nervous? Is your appetite weak when life gets stressful? Bottom line–gut health is tied to overall health–a healthy gut means a healthy you. The bacteria living in your gut are hit daily with irritants whether it’s toxins in your environment, stress, antibiotics, processed foods, gluten and wheat products, or sugar. Raed the full article here.

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The gastrointestinal tract makes up 75 percent of the immune system and it contains 400 species of gut microbes. In fact, there are more bacteria living in your gut then there are stars in the sky. Inflammation in your gut has even been tied to depression and anxiety and it makes sense. Have you ever felt butterflies when you get nervous? Is your appetite weak when life gets stressful? Bottom line–gut health is tied to overall health–a healthy gut means a healthy you.

The bacteria living in your gut are hit daily with irritants whether it’s toxins in your environment, stress, antibiotics, processed foods, gluten and wheat products, or sugar.

Raed the full article here.

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Tired of All the Wrong Health Decisions? http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/tired-wrong-health-decisions/ http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/tired-wrong-health-decisions/#comments Thu, 21 Aug 2014 14:32:00 +0000 http://www.drtomroselle.com/?p=8723 @DrTomRoselle @RoselleCare #AgelessHealth Tired of All the Wrong Health Decisions? Join Dr. Tom Roselle LIVE at Ageless Health 2014! Ageless Health 2014 “Proven Tools to Maximize Your Health” Saturday, October 18, 2014 8:00am – 5:00pm Fairview Park Marriott, Falls Church, VA Visit http://www.AgelessHealth2014.com for complete details and registration. Save $20 off the $99 registration fee when you sign up by 09/15/14.

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Aspirin for Prevention of Heart Attack? No! http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/aspirin-forprevention-heart-attack-stroke/ http://www.drtomroselle.com/blog/aspirin-forprevention-heart-attack-stroke/#comments Thu, 21 Aug 2014 12:00:08 +0000 http://www.drtomroselle.com/?p=8710 Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, affects tens of millions of people in the United States. Consumers and patients who do not suffer from cardiovascular disease sometimes consider taking aspirin to reduce the possibility of having a heart attack or stroke. Reducing the possibility of having a first heart attack or stroke is called primary prevention. The FDA has reviewed the available data and does not believe the evidence supports the general use of aspirin for primary prevention of a heart attack or stroke. Again, the FDA has reviewed the available data and does not believe the evidence supports the general use of aspirin for primary prevention of a heart attack or stroke. In fact, there are serious risks associated with the use of aspirin, including increased risk of bleeding in the stomach and brain, in situations where the benefit of aspirin for primary prevention has not been established. The available evidence supports the use of aspirin for preventing another heart attack or stroke in patients who have already had a heart attack or stroke, or have other evidence of coronary artery disease, such as angina or a history of a coronary bypass operation or coronary angioplasty. Reducing the risk of additional heart attacks or strokes is known as secondary prevention. In patients who have had such cardiovascular events, the known benefits of aspirin for secondary prevention outweigh the risk of bleeding. Read the full article here.

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Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, affects tens of millions of people in the United States. Consumers and patients who do not suffer from cardiovascular disease sometimes consider taking aspirin to reduce the possibility of having a heart attack or stroke. Reducing the possibility of having a first heart attack or stroke is called primary prevention.

The FDA has reviewed the available data and does not believe the evidence supports the general use of aspirin for primary prevention of a heart attack or stroke. Again, the FDA has reviewed the available data and does not believe the evidence supports the general use of aspirin for primary prevention of a heart attack or stroke.

In fact, there are serious risks associated with the use of aspirin, including increased risk of bleeding in the stomach and brain, in situations where the benefit of aspirin for primary prevention has not been established.

The available evidence supports the use of aspirin for preventing another heart attack or stroke in patients who have already had a heart attack or stroke, or have other evidence of coronary artery disease, such as angina or a history of a coronary bypass operation or coronary angioplasty. Reducing the risk of additional heart attacks or strokes is known as secondary prevention. In patients who have had such cardiovascular events, the known benefits of aspirin for secondary prevention outweigh the risk of bleeding.

Read the full article here.

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