VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Radio Show

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VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Radio Show
May 2, 2012 11:00 am
May 2, 2012 12:00 pm
April 27, 2012
VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Station
http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2058/are-unsuspected-allergies-ruining-your-life#, United States

About The Host

Doris Rapp, M.D. was born in Erie, Pennsylvania. She came from a poor family where no one had a college education. After her father left, her mom had to raise three children alone and with little education. She worked three jobs, leaving the children to learn to cook, clean and manage a home. Many told Doris she would never be a doctor, a dream she’d had since age four, because her family
had no money. Doris’s mother, however, never discouraged her and said “if you work hard, you have the brains, you can do it!” Doris held several jobs and did nothing but work and study. She graduated magna cum laude and was accepted into medical college, which was exceedingly difficult with thousands applying for each position with a quota of just  five percent for females.

Dr. Rapp completed a three year training program in pediatrics followed by two years in allergy. From 1955 to 1996 she practiced in Buffalo, NY. She wrote a best-selling self-help book for parents, among ten or more other books. Many have been translated into other languages. She has appeared on Donahue, Larry King Live, and Oprah and has lectured all over the world at medical meetings and for the public. She was married for 43 years but sadly never had children of her own. In 1996, she moved from Buffalo to Phoenix.

At 82 years young she feels great. She plays singles tennis every day and hasn’t had any real health problems. For someone who has been a workaholic since childhood, she continues to have lots of energy!

About The Show

Our program will discuss who is most apt to have an allergy or environmental illness. We’ll help you discover if you have an allergy but don’t realize it. We’ll teach you to spot an allergy in a moment. You’ll know what symptoms to watch for in relation to how people look, act, feel, and behave before when they have typical and atypical allergies. You’ll identify previously undetected changes in the pulse, breathing and handwriting of people who develop allergies. You’ll note when symptoms occur; if they come from inside, outside, or after food or chemical exposure. Learn how to tell just from looking at someone that they have an allergy. Listen for “Are Unsuspected Allergies Ruining Your Life,” broadcasting live every Wednesday at 11 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.

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