• Ask The Doc: COPD And Kidney Failure

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    This morning, the doctors discussed a question Regarding COPD. What is the Life Expectancy and Prognosis with COPD. What are the stages? How do you recognize End Stage COPD? Can you reverse COPD damage? The Doctors also discuss a question regarding Kidney Failure as a result of Diabetes. How does diabetes affect the kidneys? The […]

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  • Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Memorial Day is a federal holiday for honoring and mourning the military members who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. My dad served in WWII onboard a transport ship in the South Pacific. When the attack alarm sounded, he manned a turret, firing a .50 […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Hera

    If you are looking for cuteness and sweetness all in one small package, meet Hera, an 8 year old, 8 lb. bundle of snuggles.  Someone had her as a pet one time but let her run and never claimed her in animal control.  The best part of her life is about to begin!  She is […]

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  • Ask The Doc: Dieting And Weight Loss

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    This week, we are joined by Dr. Raymond Tidman! Dr. Tidman discusses why he chose to become a doctor. What makes a good Doctor? He also touches on the practice of dieting and What doesn’t work and what does. What is the best way to diet? What is the importance of knowing how many calories […]

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  • Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Ponzi schemes refer to Charles Ponzi, who in the 1920’s devised an investment plan that promised high rates of return. Ponzi used funds from new investors to pay existing investors; not money earned from investments. When the scam was exposed, newer investors lost their funds. Ponzi schemes continue […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week! Powder

      Meet Powder, a Pomeranian mix (we think Spitz).  This little Powder Puff has never met a stranger; has lots of puppy energy; loves everyone….dogs, cats, kids and their parents.  Once she gets to know you, she will have lots of puppy kisses for you. Powder is almost 18 months old; needs to lose a […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Cheeky and Carlie.

    Meet Mom, Cheeky, the beautiful 7-year-old fawn-colored chi who weighs 8 lbs, and her daughter, Carlie, a 3-year-old rat/chi who weighs 12lbs. These girls were an owner surrender at animal control due to the owner no longer able to care for them.  They are sweet little girls who love human attention, seem to be house […]

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  • The Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Last week the Word dealt with Godly conduct. In the flesh, we cannot conduct ourselves as He instructs; so He sent His Holy Spirit as a Helper. Dr. David Jeremiah wrote, “He has called you, and will be faithful to work in you what is pleasing to Him.” […]

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  • Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Isaiah 56:1, This is what the Lord says, “Be just and fair in all things. Do what is right and good, for I am coming soon to rescue you.”    This Word is Father God’s instructions on how we are to conduct ourselves; followed by His proclamation of […]

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  • Ask The Doc! Sleep Apnea And Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia

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    This week, The Doctors discuss Sleep Apnea. How harmful is it? What exactly is Sleep Apnea? How is it treated? What is the mortality Rate of Sleep Apnea? The doctors also touch on Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia. what is it? How do you begin treatment? They also touch on the latest Covid-19 News. All this and more […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Tobias

    Play ball……anyone?  Someone?  Tobias, Mr. Black Velvet himself, is a ball chasing, fetching, zoomies kind of guy.  It doesn’t matter the size or color of the ball.  It’s all a game for this almost 2 year old lab mix.  He also has a gentle snuggly side and loves to go walking on a leash.  Tobias […]

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  • Ask The Doc: Keytruda And Rectal Metstases

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    This week, the doctors discuss Achilles Tendonitis. How do you treat it? How long is the recovery time? They also touch on the use of Keytruda (Jimmy Carter Drug) and the side effects that can come from it. Lastly, they address a question regarding Rectal Metastases. What is the treatment plan? The doctors also discuss […]

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  • Weekly Word

    ** Stephen A. Brown, Marketplace Ministries, inc. Mahatma Gandhi was a political activist who lead a nonviolent movement for India’s independence from British rule. His leadership inspired civil rights campaigns. A Hindu, Gandhi researched other religions. After reading about Gandhi’s admiration for the teachings of Jesus, a newspaper reporter asked him, “You admire Christ, so […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet Of The Week: Petey

    This handsome boy, Petey, is 44 lbs. of love and snuggles.  Petey’s sordid past does not keep him from smiling at everyone he meets!  He is house trained, enjoys walking on a leash, chewing on squeak toys and just hanging out next to you.  Petey would love to be able to run and play but because […]

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  • Homeward Bound Pet of the Week: Ivory

    Meet Ivory, a 2-year-old, 30 lb. terrier mix who came to us as a shy puppy who didn’t want to come out to play.  It took a few weeks for her to trust people again.  Today, she is a fun-loving girl who can’t get enough.  She loves to walk on a leash and especially enjoys running […]

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