Beth Stewart is the founder and CEO of Triumphant Living, which has reached over 200 plus nations with her radio, TV and podcasting shows. She is a public speaker, Bible teacher and has 3 degrees in education and theology. She is an award winning author for Christian books and has recently written children’s books as well.
Beth speaks at conferences, business, church groups and many other organizations to help bring hope and encouragement to her audience and to help each person fulfill their God given dreams. You can find Beth at Triumphant living .com or bethstewartministries.com.
Dr. Doug Olsen, MD; Chief Medical Officer Medicaid/CHIP, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Dr. Olsen will discuss the importance of the flu vaccine and how CMS is helping eligible children and teens obtain health coverage through Medicaid and CHIP. Many parents may have held off on getting immunizations or postponed medical appointments for their children due to COVID-19. For uninsured kids in families with limited incomes, Medicaid and CHIP offer eligible children and teens up to age 19 access to routine and emergency care, eye exams, dental visits, mental health services, prescriptions, and other care. And this gives parents peace of mind. Eligibility is dependent on household size and income and varies by state. On average, a family of four earning up to $50,000 a year or more may qualify for Medicaid or CHIP. To get more information, call 1-877-KIDS-NOW (1-877-543-7669) or visit the “Find Coverage for Your Family” section on InsureKidsNow.gov
Our last guests are Lindsay Colbert, Executive Director of The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy, and Dr. Rodica Pop-Busui, MD, PhD, Professor of Internal Medicine, Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes and Vice Chair Clinical Research, Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor will discuss the findings from a new national survey of patients that captured beliefs, perspectives and attitudes towards their diabetic nerve pain.
Did you know that more than 34 million Americans – just over 1 in 10 – have diabetes, and neuropathic pain associated with diabetic peripheral neuropathy of the feet, or more commonly referred to as diabetic nerve pain, is one of its most common complications. The painful symptoms associated with this nerve damage include numbness, tingling, as well as burning, shooting or stabbing sensations that most often affect the lower extremities. For information go to: https://www.foundationforpn.org/ https://www.diabetes.org/research/research-foundation