Posts Tagged ‘research studies’

Quit Smoking using Information from Dr Scott McIntosh, Smoking Research Program, University of Rochester

Monday, January 12th, 2009

My first guest on BBS Radio (www.bbsradio.com) Station 3 on Saturday, January 17 at 8 p.m. EST is Dr Scott McIntosh who is Director of the Greater Rochester Tobacco Research Program and Associate Director of the Smoking Research Program and Associate Professor, Division of Social and Behavioral Medicine, Community and Preventive Medicine at the University of Rochester in New York. His research is on self-help interventions for smoking cessation and behavioral change with various populations and he has received numerous research grants and published many articles and book chapters. Last year he received the American Cancer Society’s first “Fight Back” award for his commitment for helping people quit smoking and reduce the cancer incidence. One of his web sites is: http://www.myclearhorizons.com Join us for this important information for those who want to quit smoking or those who work with others who want to quit.

BBS Show with Interview with Dr Patricia Crane, International Expert on Affirmations

Saturday, November 29th, 2008

In this show Dr Patricia Crane talks about how she first discovered the power of affirmations; how listeners can use principles to create affirmations; why affirmations do not always work; how she cured herself with chronic fatigue symdrome with affirmations and other holistic interventions; and the difference between affirmations and visualization. Dr Crane is a protege of Louise Hay and has worked with her for 22 years. Dr Carl O Helvie, your host, also talks about meditation and relaxation including the process of meditation, preparation, expected outcomes including research studies, and various types or meditation.

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