Signs That Kids Are Too Busy. … Every child is different, but overscheduled kids may: feel tired, anxious, or depressed. complain of headaches and stomachaches, which may be due to stress, missed meals, or lack of sleep.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW join Ted the Temp (Ted Bradford), Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron this morning on Mix97 to talk about over-scheduling your kids.
For Help calll Dr. Julie Gowthorpes office at Phone: (613) 962-1852 in Belleville
The GLO Good foundation will head back to Eleuthera in October 2016 to provide oral health care to the local residents in need. Here’s a look at Dr. Levine’s chat with Lenny Kravitz during the initial planning visit.
FAST FORWARD to 2018 and they now have a toothpaste line –
In 2015, brothers Julian and Cody Levine joined Lenny Kravitz and a team of passionate dentists on a trip that would change their lives. Their mission? To provide free full-service dentistry to a community of people without proper access to care, many of whom suffer from both physical and emotional pain due to their oral hygiene. This community is one that Lenny calls home and one that Julian and Cody fell in love with immediately. Combining forces with Lenny’s Let Love Rule Foundation and the GLO Good Foundation, the entire team treated patients for everything: cleanings, whitenings, root canals, extractions, dentures, and more. For all, these essential services gave a newfound energy and sense of confidence. For many, these treatments were life changing. This emotional result of dentistry opened the team’s eyes to the power of a smile. Together, Julian, Cody and Lenny experienced that the greatest gift you can give is a smile, and they left together completely inspired.
GM of Belleville YMCA Amanda Boldrick is pitching a hand in all the exciting changes happening in the building! Boldrick joins the Mix97 Morning Crew Ted the Temp ( Ted Bradford) Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron this morning on Mix97
A new #podcast episode is now available. In this episode @OrlenaCain morning show host on @MIX97radio (and author and part time comedian!) talks about the importance of resilience, going for what you want and giving back to your community and youth #GirlBoss#womenempowerment
(CREATOR OF RUN IT LIKE A GIRL in PHOTO Bonnie Mouck of Stirling)
synopsis: Orlena Cain is a woman who can’t sit still. On top of her full-time job as a morning radio show host on Mix97 in Belleville, Ontario, Orlena is a casual stand-up comic, an author, and an entrepreneur. She’s been involved in modelling and voice over work. She’s had acting roles in commercials, worked on ET Canada and was a host on the Shopping Channel. But life was far from rosey growing up just outside of Belleville, where Orlena says she faced daily abuse; mental, physical and sexual. On this episode of Run It Like a Girl, Orlena Cain walks us through her incredible story of perseverance, determination and sacrifice, and her journey back from the depths of despair. She talks about the importance of mentorship and giving back, and has some strong words of advice for young women who are struggling.
We are all smiling @mix97radio for the Trenton Memorial Hospital today who are the recipients of the proceeds of the SMILE cookies and Quinte West and Belleville General Hospital in Belleville for this entire week! Mix Morning Crew Ted the Temp (Ted Bradford) Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron in photo with Laura Lee Bradie- Fundraising Co-ordinator and Steward for the Trenton Memorial Hospital.