Ula Jurkunas, M.D. Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, www.schepens.harvard.edu/jurkunas, DeWayne Cecil, PhD Western Region Climate Services Director NOAA
July 11, 2011
Hosted by Sharon Kleyne
Dr. Jurkunas will talk about Corneal transplantation and corneal reconstruction with stem cells. Ula Jurkunas, M.D. is the Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology Scholar, and a full-time member of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service at Massachusetts. Her main research focus is on the pathogenesis of Fuchs endothelial corneal dystrophy with emphasis on the role of oxidative stress in endothelial cell death seen in FECD. DeWayne Cecil, PHD will talk about the NOAA Spring 2011 Extreme Weather Report. Go to: www.noaaworld.noaa.gov for more info.
Sharon Kleyne Hour
Monday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel and Wednesday 12 Noon Pacific on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
• Power of Water / Global Warming – New and innovative wellness discoveries to help you and future generations live within our changing dry environment • Global climate change is a WATER (all-natural moisture) crisis that can cause dryness of the skin, eyes and breathing passages, in addition to spreading bacteria, viruses, allergies and numerous dehydration related diseases • Sharon Kleyne believes that each individual has the power to become proactive in maintaining their own health • Sharon and her guests offer simple, logical, do-it-yourself solutions from a non-political, common sense perspective • Weekly shows have featured experts in medicine, pharmacology, health and healing, therapeutic healing research, nutrition, occupational safety and wellness, global climate change and more. The weekly “Power of Water” segment features guests discussing the scientific, recreational and aesthetic aspects of water.
Sharon Kleyne is Founder, President and Research Director of Bio-Logic Aqua Technologies, the only medical/pharmaceutical company dedicated to researching water structure and hydrotherapy for human health and wellness. An inspired visionary and passionate public voice, Sharon has long been a powerful advocate for health, education and self-reliance. She is Founder of Save a Child’s Life Foundation, to combat pediatric melanoma, a potentially fatal skin cancer associated with global drying. Born and raised among the rugged mountains, old growth rain forests and pristine river valleys of southwest Oregon (where her company is located), near the Pacific ocean, Sharon has always been aware of the power of water, pure and all-natural, for healthy mind, skin, eyes and body. Her company’s initial pure-water product, Nature’s Tears EyeMist (in drug stores nationwide), is a technological breakthrough, the only product that instantly delivers all-natural moisture (water!) to dry irritated eyes.