Shadow Politics, July 17, 2016
This Sunday, July 17 on 'Shadow Politics' we'll be discussing Donald Trump’s Vice Presidential selection and the Republican Convention! Our guest for the last half of the show will be Dr. John Horton, a medical doctor practicing general and preventative medicine who will speak to us about Zika and co-author of "The inner Game of Stress" with renowned sports psychology expert Timothy Gallwey.
John A. Horton is an author and Medical Doctor practicing general and preventative medicine and has experience in travel medicine and teaching in Africa and Asia. "Integrative medicine makes sense when one recognizes the value of different schools of medicine in different situations." His current interests are: the quality of life and medical care at the end of life, medical psychotherapy, and another book. He is a co-author of "The inner Game of Stress" with renowned sports psychology expert Timothy Gallwey.
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