Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
A new book, Foods that Fit a Unique You, by integrative cardiologist W. Lee Cowden, MD and medical writer Connie Strasheim is the second in the Journey to Wellness series. It is based on the premise that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all diet that works for everyone, and describes six factors to consider when tailoring a diet to a person's individual needs.
Foods that Fit a Unique You is divided into three parts. In the first, Dr. Cowden and Ms. Strasheim share general guidelines on how to choose foods that are healthy for most everyone, including what types of foods to eat, and those to avoid for optimal health.
In the second part, they describe six factors that should be considered when tailoring a diet to a person's unique biochemistry, and organize these into a hierarchy. These include:
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National Association of Professional Women Announces Debby Hamilton, M.D., Holistic Pediatric Counseling, a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
NAPW honors Dr. Debby Hamilton as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year. Dr. Hamilton is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in healthcare. As the largest, most-recognized networking organization of women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a powerfully vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and nearly 300 Local Chapters.
Since she first started practicing medicine in Rhode Island after her residency training at Brown Universitys Hasbro Hospital and the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Debby Hamilton has been dedicated to helping children reach their optimal health and healing.
An integrative physician, Dr. Hamilton, who is also board certified in physician nutrition, looks beyond the symptoms to determine the true causes of your child's illness. Through her practice, Holistic Pediatric Consulting in Boulder, CO, which she established in 2005, Dr. Hamilton takes a biomedical and integrative approach to diagnosing and treating children with chronic health issues, particularly autism and ADHD, as well as other behavioral issues, childhood obesity and digestive issues.
Also committed to helping women have healthier babies, Dr. Hamilton has spent five years researching and writing Preventing Autism and ADHD. Controlling Risk Factors Before, During and after Pregnancy, a book that focuses on preventing chronic illnesses in childhood such as autism and ADHD. Continuing her commitment to doing all she can to ensure the health of both children and women, Dr. Hamilton plans to soon establish an Integrative Center and Counseling for Women. I want to concentrate on pre-conception health and offer workshops and webinars for women, she adds.
NAPWs mission is to provide an exclusive, highly advanced networking forum to successful women executives, professionals and entrepreneurs where they can aspire, connect and achieve. Through innovative resources, unique tools and progressive benefits, professional women interact, exchange ideas, advance their knowledge and empower each other.
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Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) August 19, 2014
OneAccord, a leading provider of interim management solutions, revenue generation and operational leadership is proud to commend Denise Kuhn and Dan Peddie, two of its Principals within OneAccord Nonprofit. They are part of a growing team of former nonprofit senior executives serving in the areas of funding campaigns, interim leadership, brand development and organizational effectiveness. Our Principals form relationships with boards and executive staff to clarify strategies and stabilize leadership in order to fulfill mission and vision objectives based on an organizations core values. OneAccord Nonprofit has a strong presence in Southern California, as well as the Phoenix area, where Denise and Dan work with their clients to increase the impact of their organizations in the communities in which they serve.
We are proud to have Denise and Dan as part of our team of prominent business leaders who are instrumental Principals of the Nonprofit practice within the OneAccord family of companies, said Jeff Rogers, Chairman and CEO of OneAccord. Denise and Dan continue to bring an exceptional amount of knowledge and experience to our team, talents of which our valued customers are very appreciative.
Denise brings to OneAccord Nonprofit 30 years of experience serving organizations that are making a difference in lives as diverse as junior high students and top media executives. She knows what it is like to approach a daring and bold vision with limited resources. As an objective-driven, collaborative professional with a broad base of fundraising success, Denise is committed to helping a team stay focused on its mission, accomplish its purpose, and fulfill its hopes and dreams. Denise excels at building relationships with donors, facilitating their partnership in important and meaningful work, and training others to do the same.
Dan has 41 years of involvement in nonprofit organizations. He has worked at all levels of fundraising development capital campaigns, planned giving, annual funds, special events, outreach programs, major gift solicitations (individuals, corporations, foundations), board and volunteer development, cause-related marketing, corporate and foundation grants. His work experience includes such well-known organizations as Young Life, The Center for Autism at UCI, Forest Home, Neighborhood Ministries and Long Beach Rescue Mission. He is recognized for creative solutions that maximize resources cost effectively and in an integrative approach.
Denise and Dan have continued to positively impact many organizations and their contributions are reflective of this team of highly experienced senior leaders who are committed to organizations doing good in their communities and throughout the world, said Rick Johnsen, Managing Principal of OneAccord Nonprofit.
Founded in 2005, OneAccord has worked with hundreds of for- and nonprofit organizations to solve revenue challenges and provide operational leadership, utilizing a hands-on approach and ensuring extraordinary results. A proven catalyst for growth, OneAccord changes the trajectory of those organizations with whom they partner.
Visit http://www.oneaccordpartners.com or http://www.oneaccord.co/ to learn more. For more information about this release or OneAccord, call 425.250.0883.
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Dayton, Ohio (PRWEB) June 20, 2014
Childhood obesity, mental health and infant mortality are the top pediatric health concerns according to the findings of the 2014 Community Health Needs Assessment released today by Dayton Childrens Hospital.
Conducted every three years, the health assessment is provided by the hospital and will be used to develop new programs and strategies to impact these important pediatric health issues.
This years assessment identified health and safety issues through a four-part data collection process including a secondary data scan, parent perception survey, community physician conversations and parent focus groups. A multidisciplinary team convened by Dayton Childrens reviewed the data from all four segments and then rated the needs against criteria including prevalence, seriousness (hospitalization and/or death), impact on other health issues, urgency, prevention, economics/feasibility, acceptability and resources. The assessment was funded by the Dayton Childrens Foundation Board.
The Dayton Childrens Foundation Board has funded the study for the past 12 years, says John Slaughenhaupt, Dayton Childrens Foundation board chair. This research is important to ensure Dayton Childrens has the data necessary to identify and support efforts to address the regions most critical pediatric health concerns."
Among the findings in the 2014 Assessment:
Childhood obesity remains at the forefront of child health issues. In the 2014 parent survey, 41 percent of children were identified as overweight or obese. The majority of parents of overweight and obese children do not perceive their children as having any weight problem. Ten percent of parents of obese children believe their child is underweight and only 5 percent of those parents correctly identify their child as being very overweight.
Mental disorders are the most common inpatient discharge diagnosis for youth ages 5-14 and there remains inadequate resources to care for children with chronic mental health disorders. Of the 15 percent of parents citing chronic or congenital issues as a top health concern, nearly 50 percent of those parents cited developmental or learning disability or autism as their top chronic concern.
The regional infant mortality rate was substantially lower than the States rate over most of the study period then climbed up to the States rate in more recent years. Sleep-related deaths are a large contributor to infant mortality. According to the Ohio Child Fatality Review, 2007-2011, 41 percent of infant deaths from 1 month to 1 year are sleep related. In that same report, the 819 infant sleep-related deaths accounted for 15 percent of the 5,418 total reviews for infant deaths from 2007 to 2011, more than any single cause of death except prematurity. In Montgomery County alone, 16.67 percent of the infant deaths in 2012 were sleep-related incidents.
The assessment also identified additional needs including asthma/respiratory disorders, injury prevention, infectious disease management/vaccination compliance and access to primary care/health care costs.
Dayton Childrens is the only organization in this region with childrens health as our sole mission. The assessment gives this community an opportunity to have an honest conversation about our greatest asset, our children, and what we can do to improve their health outcomes, says Deborah Feldman, president and CEO at Dayton Childrens.
Dayton Childrens will lead efforts to address the priority issues identified by the assessment. The implementation plan includes the following strategies:
Decrease the areas pediatric obesity by working with local pediatricians and other health care providers to deliver appropriate resources and education to help children and their families choose healthier lifestyles.
Create a Center for Pediatric Mental Health to increase access to mental health services and coordinate resources for pediatric mental health in the hospitals primary service area.
Dayton Childrens will invest in education for parents about safe sleep practices for their infants.
For the complete 2014 Regional Pediatric Health Assessment, please visit http://www.childrensdayton.org. If you have questions about the information in this report, please contact Dayton Childrens at 937-641-3666.
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