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Tune in to Genesis Global Radio This Week to Hear Guests Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow, Betty Hames, Dr. Carlos Guerra, Rob Moir and Constancia Stewart

NEW YORK, NY, June 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This week, tune in to hear our guests share their expertise on fracking, life coaching, HIV/AIDS research and development, environmental policy, government contracting and so much more! Show times are as follows:

Monday, June 3rd:

Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow from 6:00pm PST - 6:30pm PST

Betty Hames from 6:30pm PST -- 7:00pm PST

Tuesday, June 4th:

Dr. Carlos Guerra from 6:00pm PST - 6:30pm PST

Rob Moir from 6:30pm PST -- 7:00pm PST

Wednesday, June 5th:

Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow from 6:00pm PST -6:30pm PST

Betty Hames from 6:30 PST - 7:00pm PST

Thursday, June 6th:

Dr. Carlos Guerra from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST

Friday, June 7th:

Constancia Stewart from 6:00pm PST -7:00pm PST

All shows can be listened to by visiting this link: http://crntalk.com and then clicking on the play button next to CRN 2.

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PATTY FAYERWEATHER HARLOW:

Environmentally-conscious author says "No Fracking Way" to current support of drill-baby-drill policies

Once you frack, you can't go back! Environmental activist and children's book author Patty Fayerweather Harlow is urging fellow environmentalists to protest hydraulic fracturing across the country, and that means demanding that the practice be banned before another community is forced to grapple with its deadly consequences. Currently, the New York State Department of Conservation (NYSDEC) is preparing an environmental impact statement that will determine the legality of hydraulic fracturing in New York. Pending this report, which was just extended on February 12th for further consideration, Harlow has launched a campaign to mobilize New Yorkers to unite against fracking and demand that Governor Cuomo let the science decide. Proven to cause severe environmental pollution, including contamination of ground water, risk to air quality, and surface contamination from spills and flowback, fracking not only compromises the environment, but the health of individuals who live in and around the areas where it is practiced. A united front is our only hope to force Governor Cuomo and other government officials to listen to the MANY, not the money---for once!

With so much at stake in these environmentally sensitive times, our planet's valuable resources cannot be subjected to a drill-baby-drill platform, nor can our pristine landscapes be preserved with dangerous pipelines of crude oil pumping through them. Harlow is determined to bring awareness to this cause and to see hydraulic fracturing banned in the United States.

Patty Fayerweather Harlow is the author of the book series Rock with Rodney and Party with Perky to Preserve Wildlife, which explores the importance of preserving and protecting our national parks and historic landmarks. Harlow's 5-part book series (with a 6th edition soon to be published), empowers readers to take action in preserving the resources that make America beautiful. Her environmental advocacy began during the anti-environmental Bush era and has been continuous ever since. She is also a recognized poet with the distinction of being selected every year since 1998 to have her work printed in coffee house books through Poetry.com.

Join Patty Fayerweather Harlow in the fight to keep America beautiful. Contact her by phone at 607-724-3161 or by email at pfayerweath@stny.rr.com

To learn more, visit: http://patty-fayerweather-harlow.com/

For book purchases (available in both paperback and e-book form), please visit: http://patty-fayerweather-harlow.com/

Access Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow's broadcast on Genesis Global Radio anytime through the following link: Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow Radio Show

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DR. CARLOS GUERRA:

Dr. Carlos Guerra, Infectious Disease Specialist, breaks the barriers to HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention

Most doctors simply treat the symptoms of disease, but Dr. Carlos Guerra, goes one step further! As an Infectious Disease Specialist at Holy Cross Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Dr. Guerra strives to prevent and overcome HIV/AIDS by spearheading educational campaigns in the community which target at-risk populations and by implementing cutting edge medical advancements to ensure his patients receive the best care. Dr. Guerra also practices at Mercy Hospital in Miami and at Del Ray Medical Center in Del Ray. Originally educated in Peru, Dr. Guerra will receive his Master's Degree in Public Health at East Carolina University this coming May. His fluency in Spanish is an enormous asset to the Spanish-speaking communities where he practices. Dr. Guerra works tirelessly to develop effective interventions to prevent HIV/AIDS and to keep abreast of the latest treatments available that help his patients regain their lives.

Dr. Guerra combats disease by identifying patterns within the population of infected individuals. Doing so has revealed how cultural and situational (i.e. access to healthcare and education) factors affect infection rates. Obtaining this life-saving data has given Dr. Guerra the tools to develop effective interventions aimed at prevention while directing him toward target populations who may be unaware of their elevated risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. As an infectious disease specialist, Dr. Guerra maintains an open mind and welcomes alternative treatments to his practice. Recently, he added Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy as a treatment option for chronic wounds and has noted an increased recovery rate on patients who receive it. Armed with ever growing knowledge, Dr. Guerra has launched the field of infectious disease into a new age by refusing to define his practice as a treatment of symptoms and by discovering ways to prevent and take control of disease from a holistic and comprehensive standpoint.

Stop suffering and start surviving! Contact Dr. Carlos Guerra today to learn more about the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS!

Dr. Carlos Guerra may be contacted as follows:

By phone: 954-493-9752

By email: Cguerra39@hotmail.com

Access Dr. Carlos Guerra's broadcasts on Genesis Global Radio anytime through the following links:

Dr. Carlos Guerra: Show 1

Dr. Carlos Guerra: Show 2

Read on for Dr. Carlos Guerra's abstract of his published scholarly research:

Characterization of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carriage among Healthcare Workers (HCW) at a Tertiary Care Hospital: Carlos Guerra MD, Kerri Augustino, Amy Pearson, Andy Blake, John Christie, MD, PhD, Keith M. Ramsey, MD

Pitt County Memorial Hospital and The Brody School of Medicine at ECU, Greenville, NC.

Background: Healthcare workers (HCW) may be carriers of MRSA and a source of transmission to patients. Studies published to date have been limited in size, with few descriptions of the genotypes of the MRSA carried. The objectives were to determine the prevalence and genotypes of MRSA isolates from among groups of HCW.

Methods: In parallel with 100% universal surveillance of admitted patients, data was collected among HCW who were voluntary screened for MRSA via nasal swab between January 2007 and March 2009. DNA was extracted and purified prior to amplification using a DiversiLab Staphylococcus aureus DNA fingerprinting kit. Data were analyzed by logistic regression, and comparing binomial distributions between groups by occupation and age.

Results: Among 7894 HCWs, 3638 (46.1%) were tested (46.1%) with 4.9% positive. Among those in direct patient care, 2136-of-4640 (46.0%) were tested with 100-of-2136 positive (4.7%). Mean carriage (+ 95% C.I.) of MRSA by occupation were nurses (4.6+ C.I.), nurses aides (5.3+C.I. ), care partners (5.5+ CI ) operating room staff (6.2+ CI ) and housestaff (0.7+ CI ). By occupation, MRSA carriage was significantly lower among housestaff than care partners ( p= 0.035). MRSA carriage among the 51-64 yr group (6%) was significantly higher (p= 0.048) than the 31-50 yr (4.1+ C.I. ) and 18-30 yr (3.9+ C.I. ) groups. Genotyping among isolates from carriers revealed 78% were HA-MRSA (USA 100,200,800, Iberian), while 13% were CA-MRSA (USA 300,500) and 9% were no match.

Conclusions: Voluntary screening for MRSA revealed an overall MRSA carriage rate among HCW of 4.9%, with statistically significantly higher carriage rates among those HCW 51-64 yrs of age. 2. HCW in direct patient care carried HA-MRSA at a ratio of 6:1 compared with CA-MRSA. 3. Further studies are needed to determine the risk factors for carriage of MRSA among HCW, and the impact of decolonization on clinical care.

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DR. ROB MOIR:

Protecting dolphins begins with responsible lawn care practices

Drop that spreader! Dolphins are dying at an alarming rate in Florida's Indian River Lagoon, and nitrogen pollution, caused by over-fertilization, has been identified as a contributing cause. To combat this problem, Dr. Rob Moir, Executive Director of the Ocean River Institute, has launched a campaign to educate the public on effective dolphin-saving practices and his efforts have caused quite a splash! Dr. Moir is currently petitioning for fertilizer regulation ordinances that will reduce nitrogen loading into the estuary. With over 65,000 signatures from local residents, Florida vacationers and environmentally conscious stewards across the globe, Dr. Moir demonstrates that the public supports his plea!

Dolphin deaths rise to record levels

As nitrogen levels rise, so too do dolphin deaths. By far the worst ocean pollutant, nitrogen originates from land use sources such as fertilization and wastewater run-off. Over time, nitrogen loading to coastal watersheds devastates the ecosystem and harms wildlife by causing algal blooms, eutrophication and ocean dead zones (hypoxia). Algal blooms deplete the marine environment of dissolved oxygen, suffocating marine life and leading to death and disease. Careless human actions are thereby killing dolphins, and only responsible human actions can save them!

Why save Indian River Lagoon?

Indian River Lagoon is a grouping of three lagoons: Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River, and Indian River, which stretch across 6 counties and 156 miles of Florida's Atlantic coast. Home to more than 4,300 species of plants and animals, the Lagoon holds the distinction of being North America's most diverse estuary. In recent years, however, Indian River Lagoon has been granted a less desirable distinction: Thirty-five of its species are currently listed as threatened or endangered, more than any other estuary in North America. And as the Lagoon's inhabitants continue to suffer, so too do visitors of this natural wonder. The Lagoon is vulnerable to nitrogen loading because it is a shallow, enclosed waterway. The EPA has estimated that 3 million tons of nitrogen invade the Lagoon every year--1 million tons over its sustainable capacity. The campaign to save Indian River Lagoon is determined to prevent further damage to this sensitive eco-system and to protect what remains, while ensuring that every dolphin who smacks its final flipper on these still waters will send a ripple that will echo into eternity.

Protect dolphins with 3 easy steps!

Strike a balance and enjoy green lawns while protecting our waterways. Follow these three easy steps to be a part of the solution:

1. Do not spread fertilizer closer to waterways than the County's setback of 25 feet.
2. Use at least 50% slow release nitrogen, 100% is better for lawns and waters.
3. Refrain from fertilizing between June 1 and Sept 30.

By adopting responsible lawn care practices, lawn owners can save time, money and effort, while cleaning up our waters.

Dr. Rob Moir believes that responsible stewardship is best spearheaded by people taking action in their own communities. For this reason, the Ocean River Institute assists communities in protecting and preserving our marine environments. He was a leader in efforts to clean up Boston Harbor and Salem Sound and has successfully leveraged the federal courts to stop overfishing herring in Atlantic waters.

To take action or to stay updated on environmental issues, follow Ocean River Institute on the following social media outlets or sign up for E-Alerts:

Facebook

Twitter

You Tube

Audio Podcasts on iTunes

Dr. Rob Moir may be contacted by email at rob@oceanriver.org or by phone at 617-661-6647.

Access Dr. Rob Moir's broadcast on Genesis Global Radio anytime through the following link: Dr. Rob Moir Radio Show

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If you miss the broadcast, don't sweat it! Each show may be accessed at any time by clicking on the following links:

Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow

Betty Hames

Dr. Carlos Guerra: Show 1

Dr. Carlos Guerra: Show 2

Dr. Rob Moir

Constancia Stewart

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