Dr. Hildy®, Welcomes Guests
**Dr. Ben Colodzin and Dr. Richard Young**
to share about Surviving Trauma and Environmental Disasters

(Hr 1 and Hr 2 Links Available below to listen separately)

OneCellOneLight®,Radio | Blog Talk Radio
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)

CLICK Here to Listen Live to the full 2-hours and for the archives after the show date:

~~SuperStorm Sandy~~

Just like Hurricane Katrina, the effects of SuperStorm Sandy will be felt for years. In addition to the millions of people left without power, the thousands of homes destroyed and untold billions in property damage, the New York/New Jersey area is forever changed.Sandy - 9 No matter the response from FEMA – much-

improved from Hurricane Katrina – and other agencies, the rebuilding and healing process will be a lengthy process, and those involved will need all of the help they can get.

This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy®, welcomes in the first hour of the show Ben Colodzin, Ph.D., author of How To Survive Trauma, for a discussion about post traumatic stress disorder, the common difficulties people face in living through overwhelming experiences, and some very basic helpful things one can do to help cope with the extremely high stress of living in a disaster zone. (Dr. Colodzin has offered a response to questions you might have – for the next two weeks – Email him at:  kaatsi@frontiernet.net. Please give him time to work through the emails with his response.  We APPRECIATE this, Ben!)

LISTEN HERE TO HOUR 1 – Dr. Hildy and Dr. Ben Colodzin -Surviving Trauma
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Life In A ShelterMore than a month after the storm, there are still some in the New York City area with no power. City officials estimate at least 12,000 New Yorkers are trying to survive in unheated, flood-damaged homes, despite warnings that dropping temperatures could pose a health risk.

Elderly residents of public housing are struggling to get access to food, water and medications.Mid Atlantic Coast Prepares For Hurricane Sandy Yet, the chill is only one of the potential environmental hazards that experts say might endanger people trying to resume their lives in the vast New York and New Jersey disaster zone.

Environmental advocacy group watching rivers, water systems and the New York Harbor have described it as an “unprecedented” event, which brought pollution into the Hudson River and stirred it up. A cornucopia of toxic chemicals has washed into New York Harbor after a storm surge of petroleum products from waterlogged cars and boats and contaminants from Sandy - 5industrial, commercial and residential buildings, as well as subways, roads, parking lots and tunnels.

And once the waters recede, uncounted numbers of families have returned to coastal homes, apartment buildings, commercial buildings, cars, trucks, trains and even subways that are contaminated with mold, which can aggravate allergies and leave people perpetually wheezing. Come spring, the warm weather will allow for the mold and its toxic mycotoxins to bloom.

In the second hour of the show, Dr. Hildy®, welcomes Dr. Richard Young, the Executive Director of the National Registry of Environmental Professionals, to discuss the incredibly challenging tasks confronting environmental professionals in the face of disasters such as Sandy and the devastation of the environment and the lives of the victims of the wind and water.

LISTEN HERE TO HOUR 2 – Dr. Hildy and Dr. Richard Young – Surviving Environmental Disasters 



ARE YOU WORKING IN THE Environmental FIELD? – Grandfather in to Certification with the proper background – CLICK HERE: Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer (CESCO)  Until January 1, 2013, the National Registry of Environmental Professionals   (NREP) is “grandfathering”   individuals as a Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance   Officer. This offer expires   January 1, 2013, after which all others will be required to sit for a comprehensive computerized examination. )




New York and New Jersey residents still face a number of challenges ahead besides loss of property. In addition to mold, carbon monoxide exposure, hypothermia, contaminated drinking water, spoiled food and environmental pollution pose risks to those living in the area. For instance, recent reports indicate that the nation’s fifth largest water treatment plant in Newark is still dumping some 240 million gallons of partially treated wastewater into the harbor every single day, which continues to create a very serious health hazard throughout the region. The effort to restore the area to habitable conditions, not to mention the thriving area it once was, will likely continue for years.

Join Dr. Hildy®, and her guests, Dr. Benjamin Colodzin and Dr. Richard Young, as they discuss the aftermath of SuperStorm Sandy on One Cell One Light Radio!


Many IMAGES are taken from this site:

4.25.12 – Dr. Hildy™ – Nature’s Mold Rx, the Non-Toxic Solution to Toxic Mold «

Sandy Cleanup: Workers Sent Into Mold-Infested, Storm Damaged Basements Lack Proper Equipment or Training

Black Mold Symptoms: What are Dangerous Toxic Black Mold Symptoms? | Toxic Mold Clean Up | Staten Island http://toxicmoldcleanupstatenisland.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/black-mold-symptoms-what-are-dangerous-toxic-black-mold-symptoms/

Bloomberg Praises ‘Occupy Sandy,’ Then Sends Police To Shut It Down (VIDEO)

7 Health Risks In The Wake Of Superstorm Sandy

Keep Kids Away During Hurricane Sandy Cleanup, Doctors Warn

Hurricane Sandy’s Impact On Parks, Wildlife In N.J.

Study: NJ beaches 30-40 feet narrower after storm | World news | The Guardian

Hurricane Sandy Spills Sewage, Triggers Toxic Troubles
Continuous stream of human waste hits NY harbor following Hurricane Sandy

Recovery continues in hard-hit New York four weeks after Superstorm Sandy – YouTube
Sandy victims on the move, but temporary housing ‘will never be … home’ – U.S. News
In the meantime, the agency will provide up to 18 months’ rent for temporary housing while residences are being repaired, and is paying for motel and hotel stays for others displaced by the storm. Overall, some 450,000 people in those four states have applied for housing aid that includes rental or repairs.
Global Rumblings: Shocking Photos- Aftermath Oct.29 SuperStorm Sandy
AOL.com Video – Monsters Inside Me: Fungus in the Lungs

Hundreds of New York homes to be torn down after Superstorm Sandy | 7online.com http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local/new_york&id=8889531

NYC to demolish damaged homes from Sandy – New York News | NYC Breaking News http://www.myfoxny.com/story/20127202/nyc-damaged-homes-to-be-rebuilt

Bitter cold inside a disaster shelter | The Asbury Park Press NJ | app.com

YUP!! Occupy is still around!

OccupyTo everyone who’s been asking if Occupy is still around..here you go! This is just one of the many distribution centers they have set up in the aftermath of Sandy. How can Occupy go away? That’s like asking if the people have gone away. Occupy is the people and this is people helping people. *****

Tracking post-Sandy sewage

Super storm tracked by European Space Agency water mission http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/11/121109084106.htm

Hurricane Sandy changes coastline in New Jersey

Superstorm animation shows Sandy’s explosive development

Overcoming Hurricane stress: Getting a grip after Sandy leaves town

Long-term sea level rise in Washington, D.C. could have significant impact

Seniors particularly vulnerable in Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath

NASA examines Hurricane Sandy as it affects the Eastern U.S.

NYC’s Most Vulnerable Struggle in Storm’s Aftermath http://weather.aol.com/2012/11/11/nycs-most-vulnerable-struggle-in-storms-aftermath


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