Host Caylah E. McCoy
Advance polling days for this election are March 30 and 31 and in addition, there will be five extra days where voters can cast their votes at the office of the returning officer, on March 28, 29 and April 1, 2 and 3.
Voters affected are those who’ve temporarily left Quebec for two years or less and who intend to return this includes our snowbirds.
The registration form can be downloaded from the web site of the Director General of Elections here. The deadline for sending in a completed form is March 19 at midnight.
First time, voters can also register online, scan their ID and authenticate their signature.
You can call 1-888-353-2846 for further information
Caylah E. McCoy Host of Health Perspectives Monday’s from 2:59 to 3:31 PMon 1650 AM. www.radio-shalom.ca
This involves unauthorized use of an elderly person’s funds or property, either by a caregiver or an outside scam artist.
An unscrupulous caregiver might
- Misuse an elder’s personal checks, credit cards, or accounts
- Steal cash, income checks, or household goods
- Forge the elder’s signature
- Engage in identity theft
Caylah E. McCoy Host of Health Perspectives, Registered Nurse Canadian and American Board Certified, firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating my 100th show! Heath Perspectives on Radio Shalom from 2:59 to 3:31 PM every Monday on 1650 am or live stream at www.radio-shalom.ca Montreal, Quebec. We are going into our 5th year with over 100 shows.
Published February 26, 2014 Caylah E. McCoy host of Health Perspectives; Over the years “Big Pharma” has turned over 80 percent of drug production to only two countries, China and India, to manufacture medications to reduce costs and increase profits. Now we are paying for it and we can expect more medication shortages in the near future that leave Pharmacists across Canada struggling to find alternatives. For people taking medications like Ritalin, or its generics, for attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity there is a shortage of the 10 mg pills .
Novartis, manufacturer of Ritalin, stated there was a shortage of the 10 mg pills because stocks of generic versions are low, pushing up demand for the brand-name version.
Andrea Gilpin, spokeswoman for Novartis said “It is due to a domino effect,”
The Q.O.P. or Quebec Order of Pharmacists says drug stores will give patients alternative doses but is worried about the side effects as each dose because the dose is strategically calculated for each person.
Diane Lamarre, President of the Order said “when we have a child on this medication we don’t want to have to change it as the dose is very specific, and . We never want to be in drug shortages for any medication, but for this one, it’s even more complicated.”
Lamarre said Health Canada should fast track approval of imported drugs when there is a shortage. “We are not selling apples, we are selling medication,” she said.
She also says the feds should demand answers from pharmaceutical companies regarding shortages, because they aren’t giving explanations and they must be responsible for ensuring adequate stock.
Novartis stated 10 mg Ritalin will probably be out of stock until mid to late April, 2014.
The generics of Ritalin are expected to be out of stock until mid to late June, 2014.
Heath Perspectives on Radio Shalom from 2:59 to 3:31 PM every Monday on 1650 am or live stream at www.radio-shalom.ca Montreal, Quebec
Guest: Pat Snow
Reviewed by: Amy E. Renwick, MD
Date reviewed: January 2012
Adopting a child is an extremely rewarding experience for many families. If you’re considering adoption, here are some things to know about the health and medical care of an adopted child, before, during, and after the adoption.
If you have an open or semi-open adoption — one in which you meet the mother and sometimes the father — you should be able to get substantial health information. In an open adoption, you may help arrange the birth mother’s prenatal care, go with her to doctor visits, and be present for the birth. You can also request health records through the agency or attorney who is arranging the adoption.
With an older child who is already living in the United States, you can get a sense of the child’s general health by spending time with him or her before the adoption or by serving as a foster parent first.
Before you adopt, try to have as much medical information as possible, including:
- age, ethnic background, education, occupation, height, weight, and medical conditions of the birth parents
- diseases or medical conditions that run in the child’s family
- the health of the child’s siblings
- information about whether the birth mother drank alcohol, smoked, or used drugs during pregnancy
- information about whether the birth mother used any prescription or over-the-counter medications during pregnancy
- an indication of whether the birth mother had any sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that might affect the child’s health
- the birth mother’s prenatal care
- results of any tests done during pregnancy
- any problems during pregnancy, labor, or delivery
- the child’s weight, length, and head circumference measurements at and since birth
- any medical problems the child has had
- the results of any medical tests the child has had
- the child’s development in relation to standard age milestones, such as sitting up, walking, or talking
- a description of personality and relationships with others
- information about the child’s care since birth
- any physical, sexual, or emotional abuse of the child
Heath Perspectives on Radio Shalom from 2:59 to 3:31 PM every Monday on 1650 am or live stream at www.radio-shalom.ca Montreal, Quebec
Guest: Dr. Dorothy McCoy, Ed.D., is an author, speaker and a psychotherapist who has been in private practice for fifteen years. Dr. McCoy is a member of the American Counseling Association, the International Society for Traumatice Stress Studies and the Association of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapists, she’s the author of The Manipulative Man, From Shyness to Social Butterfly and the Ultimate Book of Personality Tests
Note: the opinions expressed are of the commentator, and do not reflect the opinions of CJAM or Radio Shalom or Vermont radio.
Mental Health; February 2014 – Does Montreal need another type of Charbonneau inquiry for Journal de Montreal journalist Marie-Eve Dumont?
Dumont at the center of an excessive controversy has been accused in another incident that is raising eyebrows. With the media now available on the internet, she is being called a “harasser, cyber bully and rogue journalist”.
Know by a French colleague who stated about Dumont ”une journaliste menacante, d’une détention provisoire pour extorquer ses sources. Technique de barbouze. Révoltant.”
Dumont, Journal de Montreal newspaper columnist whose colleagues advised she has allegedly abused her column in the past, and used the weight of the newspaper receiving favors or kick backs. Dumont has been accused of taking bribes to write one sided stories at the expense of others. Lawyer Irving Handelman of Handelman and Schiller on Decarie in Montreal is guilty of manipulating these reporters, usually women like Dumont and Sue Montgomery, to favor them as they charge $$ for their services and have clients or “fish” willing to pay for revenge. All the while these lawyers pocket their client’s money that pay for their luxuries and further drama and chaos. Like predators looking for pray, especially if their is an estate involved. Lawyers like this are evil as they know what they are doing and choose to perpetuate chaos to favor their pocket books.
In 2012 Handelman went through Gowlings Law Firm to get information for his clients. Montgomery twisted and reported it in her column to favor Handelman. Gowling’s lawyer, Mark Bantey, happens to be the lawyer to the Montreal Gazette. Is this not a conflict of interest?
Handelman is like a monkey with a machine gun and has little self respect. He trumps up lawsuit exhibits by producing the same ones over and over. Lawyers who do this are not very good and need to compensate elsewhere. I remember doing this in grade 2 when I had a project due hoping to get a better mark from the teacher.
Handelman and Dumont under the influence of one of his client’s Dean McCoy of Milton, ON who is known to use people including his 2nd wife to illegally seek compensation from a former employers MMT Inc. in the Ontario Superior Court. He is described as an anti-social personality, with a perverted perception who is a master at attempting to frame people for the thrill like he tried with an employer MMT in the Ontario Superior Court. In a lawsuit between Dean McCoy and his wife Nancy Van Dorp v. McLaren, Morris and Todd Ltd. McCoy sued his employer for ”wrongful dismissal” yet he had not been fired and was actively stealing from his employer, making up fake invoices by passing them off through his wife’s horse farm business called Nadean in Guelph Ontario.
Ontario Superior Court of Justice Lamek J. January 4. Judge Lamek writes; “I do not believe that McCoy’s wife (who is also a defendant by counterclaim) was involved in – or even fully aware of – the impropriety carried on by McCoy”… “realized secret profits for which he never accounted to MM&T”..”This strains credulity, particularly in light of the evidence that others told McCoy that what he was doing was wrong”…”Several witnesses, including McCoy’s own wife gave evidence that they would consider such behavior wrong”…”I have no doubt that McCoy realized that he was acting wrongly vis a vis MM&T and that he was anxious to conceal his activities from MM&T”…”McCoy surreptitiously” and “secretly tape-recorded his meetings with MMT”…Mr. McCoy was ordered to pay over $50,000 to his employer.
Enclosed is the link to the full court case on the website of the Ontario Superior Court you can copy and paste it in your browser and see for yourself or contact the Ontario Superior Court records;
Detectives from Trillium agency in Ontario (http://www.trilliumresources.ca/Who-Are-We.html) traced Dean McCoy’s to disturbing messages from others he had been harassing for years pretending to be an ex-police officer among other things;
McCoy also uses anonymous email companies such as vistomail.com and email@example.com which are not set up for dialogue but to send harassing emails that can be traced to Tokyo. His latest is under former Muppets founder who dies of AIDS Jim Hansen; firstname.lastname@example.org. Who will he use next Michael Jackson or Elvis?
Why does Dumont report on Nick Rizzuto, former Laval Mobster’s when she engages in the same situations and actions herself? Is this not hypocrisy, illegal, cyber bullying or even worse, a form of “inside trading” in 2014?
It’s a big problem with internet and having to compete and keep your job at the same time. Some of Dumont’s articles resemble the cheesy type one would see in the “Enquirer or The Star”. It is becoming more obvious why.
If Dumont is not getting paid “extra party favors” for sticking out her own neck then she is very “naive” as one commentator put it. To help lawyers manipulate the legal system and “to stick her neck out like that without compensation is ridiculous”. Dumont is either ridiculous, naive or desperate?
Jeffery N. Asher, Montreal CEGEP Professor and teacher for classes in Propaganda was quoted of the media stating “communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position by presenting only one side of the story”. He also stated “free press is only free for the establishment who owns it”.
The mental health staff at Counseling Resource Research Staff advises “the formal diagnosis of acute stress disorder rests on these symptoms, which can be evaluated by psychiatrists and other mental health professionals”.
Dumont is said to have her priorities wrong wanting to save impoverished off shore countries like Haiti with kindness, then takes people “out at the knees” in her city. Isn’t that called bad faith or “double mindedness”? For example, people who drink alcohol, get behind the wheel and then volunteer for a cause like Mother against Drunk Driving or MADD.
In the DSM-IV Buzzle and Dr. C. Pulliam Psychiatrist states; double mindedness or split personality disorder is defined by the presence of two or more distinct, and in some cases, radically different personalities within one person.
That is not financially savvy. Asher advised “the newspaper industry is struggling to stay afloat and cannot afford people like that.
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Guest: Rachel Gunner, Austin Texas; Psychotherapist, Mediator, Executive Life Coach and Author of Beyond These Walls a true story http://rachelgunner.com/contact/
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Published Thursday, February 5, 2009 7:29PM EST
Eating disorders are often blamed on ubiquitous images of too-thin models, but one expert says there are other, not so obvious factors.
“We find it literally almost on every surface on the globe,” said Dr. Howard Steiger, Eating Disorders Program Director at the Douglas Mental health University Institute. “Throughout history really, at times when people didn’t seem to be so excited about the idea of being thin.”
Feb. 5 to 11 is eating disorders awareness week. He says that disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia are seen more often in women and girls, men and boys do develop the problems too.
While everyone is subject to social pressure there are some people who are psychologically and biologically predisposed to eating disorders. The Institute is currently studying genes that are turned on after frequent dieting, that may play a role in the development of the ailments.
“But we shouldn’t over look one thing: there is a social responsibility side here,” said Steiger. “You can’t develop an eating disorder if you don’t diet or if you don’t become conscious of body weight and controlling it. And so a social environment that encourages most people to feel they should be thinner than they are is certainly an important factor.”
As part of eating disorders awareness week, the Douglas is helping to circulate a set of proposed guidelines for the fashion industry.
The guidelines were created by the Academy for Eating Disorders. The Douglas is circulating the suggested rules, which include setting minimum ages and body mass indexes for models, to various fashion magazines and designers in Canada.
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