The Dr. Pat Show: Talk Radio to Thrive By!: Remembrance & Hope-Oxford! Rising Together-Preston! Gluten-Free Lifestyle-Leon! Axial Spondyloarthritis-Dr. Norton
05/20/2021 10:00 am PDT
James W. “Bill” Oxford is encouraging all patriotic Americans to wear a red poppy on May 28, which is National Poppy Day.“The red poppy is a symbol of remembrance and hope,” Oxford said. “Memorial Day is another importance observance on May 31.
Steven C. Preston tells about Goodwill launching Rising Together™ coalition, its goals and partners, and how listeners can get involved. The goal is empowering one million people to access sustainable careers by 2025!
Francisco Leon talks about living a gluten-free lifestyle, as well as exciting new research being done for celiac disease. A gluten-free diet is currrently the only available treatment for the disease. May is Celiac Awareness Month!
Dr. Hillary Norton talks about the signs and symptoms of axSpA and shares advice in diagnosis. She also discusses how the Monster Pain in the AS campaign is helping to provide patients with tools and resources. Is your back pain mechanical or inflamatory?
Dr. Pat Baccili
Dr. Pat Baccili helps individuals and organizations break through their limiting Crust so they can reach their unlimited potential. Her specialty is assisting people face t...Find out more »
CDR James Bill Oxford
Vietnam War veteran James W. “Bill” Oxford was elected national commander of the nearly 2 million-member American Legion on August 29, 2019 in Indianapolis, duri...Find out more »
Francisco Leon MD
Francisco Leon, MD, PhD, is the CSO and co-founder of Provention Bio. An immunologist by training, Francisco brings to the company a breadth of experience and expertise from...Find out more »
Steven C. Preston is the president and CEO of Goodwill Industries International (GII). Prior to joining GII, he held executive positions in the public and private sectors. H...Find out more »
Dr. Hillary Norton
While Dr. Hillary Norton first displayed symptoms of AS in her 20s, it wasn’t until she developed a severe case of iritis during her residency training in her early 30...Find out more »